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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 26, 1743, London, Middlesex General ^pft#ffice. ijondoijl- July *3, 1743- , " T - C H A I S E S 4 E t W "ft E K LONDON and TO RK A N D, � , � , Q ND ON and O � 5TH Mi* 7 O.JV. 'HIS k 4o acquaint the Public, that the ftitral Ptft*Mafters on the Read between London and Y which will be each Day at Eleven o* Clock. Catalogues will be deliver'd at the Place of Sale, and in Ironmonger-Lane, by i- William Wigan, Auctioneer. fhj} Day is publijh^d^ Price i s. " ~"~ BRITISH GLORY Reviv'd. Being a CompleatCollection of all the Accounts,- Papers, Eiprefles,j and Private Letters, Relating to the late Glvious A&ion atDettingen, between the Army of the Allies of the Q^een of Hungary, under the Command tof his Britannick Majefty : And the French Army under the Command of the Duke de NOAILLES. Wherein is contain'd, All the Particulars which have been publiflj'd it London, Paris, Franc-fort, the Hague, &c. and feveral Private Letters, never before pub-li^ed. With an Appendix^ containing the Accounts publifh'd by the French relating to that Action, with proper Remarks thereupan, To which is prefix'd, Aff^mpartiaJ Introdu^Uen. Printed for J. Roberts, in Warwick- L�ne. This Day is publi/h'd, Price i'Sr- (To vibich is prefix'd a Portrait of the Highland' Piper inl his Regimentals, neatly engraved by fix,) A N Hiftory of the Highlands and High /"V land Regiment: With Obfervations on the prefent State of the Country, Inhabitants, and Government 6f Scotland. Rippolitut ciiit, quia ecvercar grtdkum eft, Cajfandr* quia non credit urn, .ruit\H(um j Ergo exphranda ejl Veritas nullum priutt S^uamftulta prave indie et Sent'entia. PhaE. Printed for Jacob Robinfon, Publiiher, at the Golden Lion, in Ludgate-ftreet. The Print of the Highland Pjper may be had alone, Price 3 d. This Day are publifaed, The following Maps of the Seat ofWar f*. Germany, .viz. ANew Map of Germany on four Sheets,, fliewing all the States aad Sovereignties> in Germany { alfo" the States of Switzerland, the United Provinces, the Netherlands,' Lorrain a Part of France as far as Paris. Taken from Meff. De L'lfle, Sanfen, Per, Moll, and other eminent Geographers. Price 4 s. Printed for Tho. Bowles, next the ehapter-Houfe in St. Paul's Church-yard; and J.Bowles, at the Black Horfe in Comhill. Wbtre may be bad, 1. A new and accurate Map of the Seat,o� War in Germany, on two Sheets, Price is. 6 d. By Emaii. Bowen. Whereunto is added, an Account of the Pragmatick* SanAio'n, the Claims of the feveral Princes to the Auftrian Dominions, and the Alliances formed a-a gainft the Queen of Hungary; alfo Mr. Templeman's Survey of Germany, Slewing the Dimeafians of the Empire, the fuperacial Contents of every Country in particular; alfo the Proportion which) each Elector, and moft of the Sovereign Princes Territories bear to each other* with1 feveral curious political Calculations. By Esnan. Bowen. zi-The Seat of the War on the Rhine, being a new Map of the. Courfe of the Rhine from Strasbourg to Bonn, with the adjacent^ Countries, fliewing on a large Scale all that Part of German), where'; the King" of Great-Britain is encamped with the Allied Army ; and* Marfhtl Niailles's March from Silligenftadt to Manheim, where the "' j French Army is at prefent encamp'd^. �WWllfc Right7 Reverend Father �- JX Cod, D* BENJAMIN HOADLY, Lord Bi&^f^ hogaRth. ~*~^ami*'*j��**ft: To be had at the Golden Head in Leicefier-Fitlds, Price 31 This Dtyis publtjb'd, -__ A DefcHption of "�'V E NT A L AT OR s  , �\ whereby greifQi. ntiticsAifcfreux Air ma^with, Eaftba^ '* . ve.y'd into Mines, :Goais, Hbljjitaltf ^orlthouf^rf^iijF^ Exchange for their noxious AirV An j&ccouni;jillb of Uiajr^r fulnefs in many other Refpec>s,J as^ preleiiving ajj^p'thiar %/ ' 7^-7 Reclor of Farringdon, Hatnpjhire, ahd^Mi^iftervfQrM^mn Ma'dltfex. � y.Z:.J, Printed for W. Innys, at the Weft End-of St. Pajitsj r. JWaabj, over -againit ihie Old-Bailey on Ludgate. Hill; and T, Woodward. Where may be bad, by tbi fame Author, PhifofophScal Experhnents, containing ufeful and htictSjfy Ihnhic-tionj for fuch al undertake long Voyages. ANTI-S Y PHIL I CON., THE only'fhort and molt ftrfn l|^b4er even \v(iei\ the Blood and Juices are thoroughly contaminated with its maligna^ Pirui, and the very �ones are affefted with it. . \' Freih Infections, iall'd Claps, with all attendant Svmptoftti tho' ever fo fevere, site entirely carried off by it.i"fj a ' few. Diva,,' arid ibas effectually to prevent the Blood ana Jniewfrom being ,tainted with any remaining Relifts in one. Hand, or a Seminal Gleet orWeai. And the" moft inveterate Degree of the French IHnefs, attended, with Noclttrnal Pains, univerfal Brealiihgs out, and all other theinoft �-afpertted Symptoms^ are'foon overcome by it, and eftefrually aid. much more fafely cured than by Salivation Inungation, ot aViy*othty Methpd.whatever) and in-fo .eafy .and pleafent a Manner,.without impairing Strength, or occationing any Inconvenience, as loudly to befpeak it the only appofite Remedy, ot true Venerea 1 Antidote in the World ; and this fomc Thdufarids have to'their great Joy experienced, It is pleafant to take, occafions no Sicknels or Diforder, nor requirt |  Confinement; but fnay be taken, and the. Cure be accomplish'i, without the Knowledge of the neareft Friehd. Thofe who fufpett they have received an Injury> may by only a Dofe or two of it be^perfetlly freed from all Apprehenfions; for it fufters no lurking Venom to liehid in the Body, but wholly extirpated 'it Root -ami Branch", in a gentle, eafy, and moft effectual ma'teqh All fuch Iikewife- a* doubt they have fome- remaining Re8ck"s et former Injuries, may. by a few Dofes of it, entirely free/themfelrts from all Sufpicions of tjiat Kind j for it admits of,no FQulnei'sv Corruption, ot Putrefaction whatever, to remain in the Fiuids; ortp ad. hefe to the Solids, arid' oh that Account, in all Scorbutick, S'cfophu. lous, and even Leprous Eruptions or Fonlnefles of the Skin, Glandn-lous Swellings and Imparities of the Juices, ft dees more by one Dole than any other Medicine yet known can by ten. a 1 The Price of this moft noble Anti-Syphilicon is but Six Shilling) a Pot, which confidering its extraordinary Efjicacy, cne Pot only bgkg fufliiiciU' hi nmft Cjfes To-tfcgPlwplltt the Ct"'e; "ot'^entn^PaTt f ks-Value j aj^i- h appointed by the Author to be badbnly at Mr. Radford's Toyftttp, at the Rofe jind Crown. againft SUClemsat's Church-yard in the Strand, ready,/"eal'd; up with a B&ok oflnftfjK-' tibns, by the Perufal of which,-all perfons who were e^eraffeftcd with any Degree of the Venereal Dffeafe, may perfectly underflaDd their own Condition/and e'ertainry know when, and when not;'tJi� Venereal Poifon is dntirtly rooted out of th ' ^  j'l' I � 'r .1 I � 1 w ..---- The; TJniverfal Fa'rnily> MEDICINfiJ\f Still snore and more J,ant d^ rfiy twenty l(ears Succefs �. near the Pump in Little* Br tain, wher-e ADVERTISEMENTS of a moderate Length, are taken in at T\vp. JSlHillings each. - - -..... Advertisements are alfo taken in by Mrs. Chapman, over-^giin^# the ki^s^im* Twerp,/m.fyUr.M/tili Mr. Amy, a Pamphlet-fhop, over-againft Craigg's Courts Char'mg-Crofs; at the Sun, next' the %ner-Te>hfe-Gaie, Flees-fireet i Mr.'Ijrackjlw, BoakfeJIer, at the Globe, in Cornbills and at the Rofe in St. PauSs Church-Tutd. >-\ o 3SO ;