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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 6, 1743, London, Middlesex MONDAY, June 6*, 1743. ptal* $B*e 4. E ffewk from Hamburgh, in the , / ". $Uver,T: ": ~ ~ X 0 N D ON. Yeflerday arrived -the Mails from Frasce and Flataders. Letters from PaSkn ol the 28th of. May, -N.S.fayy 'dlSf Geriena Hohencnibs continued the Blockade of Braa-!*ao with about 7000 Men, beflefes a thoufand Warafdkw, WHo were polled within Half a League of the Town on the Left Side of the iiin. . . The Emprefrof Ruflia, following the Maxims of Peter the Great, has ordered that more'CaV be taken for the fiitare, than there has been of late Yeari; to fend the young Nobility Abroad, in order to acquire the ne-. ceflkry Knowledge and Experience for qualifying:them-ifelves for ferving their Country, both in the fidda&d N.S. ttet^ Anldr olT the-'Sncce^ trpoa the-Tapis inthe Dyjarriie *crJfr____ ^tSe peafimts iflflfted upW nTvthgTnTPnnce 01 ejefled, and were backed by Part o� theCigj ten: that the Nobleffe n^reieBted that ;die^ Eleven having fo near a, Relation to tfejS[ego&tfr Peace,' and Mr. Nolcken-being joft j$^&jkrSog to ornize before that Harbour j efoedally as tjbey are informed that he has lately received about iooooBombs ; that; in Cafe of a Rufkre with Eng^i toart c^nts JM fliat �id�/;f|e^ ; t|be)r/ ^y," rteyjuivfti}6t above 7000 regular trodp^V -three Bat^iom of MiKtia, and aisobt io�oooof wiCototry People^ armedporpofi^y to g^rd the Co#s. They �dd &at; fiime Etsglnf) Meh of fl^hivicf' pMoed ^ Bpanifli.V^Rels' np lo theinn-l^mse^ofIjft^pt'^ffi^, ^ llor'ts ^playftd 19P� then, Hand did them w> inconficienible: Baoafe; The Govern%rof Twlon^'^ni^"zi fer^; m&eaj to re^vifreihOrd^ih^i^ ^ rtnThnrfdav ^^^^MMpM^ otw9 Span^.private�rs fta> hate lately oaidladtha^ Oia Saturday Morning jeveral Officers of /dw-Bonrd of Stores, Their Excellencies the Lords juftices In Council have been pleaYed! to 'appoint Edward Croxhall, of Sbuftock, Efq; to be Sheriff of the County of Warwick, 4n dw rooin of Bourne. Eaboorne, Efqj deceafed. Z ttfa&fMng the firft Sunday in Trinity Term the Judges were at St. Paul*s Church,1 and* afterwards din'd with\he Right Hon. the Lord Mayor.  -: Ail^the Aoyices; from Germany agree that the French, who'have fo long made a grand Parade, are Dancing bdek " withitbe, utmoff Precipitation; and, maej with Loffes and Crowes conftBoally^: In one Place their'Artillery, in an�-�^^^(k^^aariia ithiird their Ammunidon, in a foufth^thett "Baggage; in a fifth their Litinen (juft after tfiey had waffi*d' iq all Places their Honour; and moAly^ taken from them by a Bo^ None will be admitted but with a Ticket, which will be delivered at the Door> at'0ne^Shilling j and that no Advantage n^%y be made, the fame is ordered^ to be rtaken for the Ordinary at Tygg. o'Clock,, ;or^inrrany otber. R^dconing^5V*iJJ. ^The Doors "free, ..withlFrench-Horns and'B^eakfafting every Day in the Week, except 1 he abc^-mentioned; ^and every Thing.aa reafonib.'e :asr at any Honlfe whatever j and the Nobility, &c. rofiy have any O^aatity of Fi(h, enher A^vewdrefi'd, the. bjjft;0f Cookjjyng^provided. . - l&om die; London daa^te. ,UU11wlilT Hon, . , be&g foy- a.Ctaize* received Intelligent of a Batch Ship on the 20th of laft Days.Before he had ra?t with a SrjanimjKrtvateerinthe Lat. of4e.,2|.N. whicfo^ when they palisiid, flood to the N^ordiW^tfdj withdefigo, as he believed; to cruize on the Coift'ci&eJand: Upsm this^Capt. Aylnier wentin^ueftof the Privateer, and on Sunday the ztjth, in the Lat. of 50.* 16 N. fell in with her, and �fter maintaining a running fight, from Five till Ten o'clock in the Morning, foe flruck ; and Captain Aylmer has brought her into Sing-road. She is called the Sana Therefa ,de Jefos, ofSt. SebafUan^ of 16 Carriage Guns, and ^147 Men of different Nations, ten of which were killed anid fourteen wounded tn the Eng^ge^nent; arid was commanded by Francis Bonnetti aFren^bjqaap. Sh? ba^ be^^uttw^nty Days, but had taken no Poze." The Portouibon had butf one Man wounded injthe Arm. BAN K R U -P T S. . Antbojoy Watfon, of Spennithoro, in the County of York, WooM^pler and Chapman. � WiUianVJOrd^, lateof ISjlham, in tie bounty of.Berks, Dealer mTlri^-and'C^ ; Robert Corderoy, of Blewperry in the Ctoaty.of ierks, Mercer and'Chapman. .'. . RotterC^Tate bfthe Town and Cpant;'of Kewcaftle upon TynerA^arc^apt. ; ' ' . '.. ^he Portma-: , Atitmer; thefMafter that three. High; Water th;U %yjatL no -Price, t Seven per Cent. Emperor's Lam 119. ; ~" ~ ' Bank - CircelAtion-51/j s. fteni a 15 s. Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies' i 14th' >iK^Thre^and&=a^.^ 5 Erem. Y*l^I18&t*f&FQmt. moTTithmc. Lottery Tickets ' b A D L E R's-W ELLS,--Q AT SADLERVWELLS, adjoining t� the "New-River Head, this DayV w& bb perforsi'd': t "r TSe USUAL Dl.V E K^t JOgMtf and Signor FRANCISCfNf; I^tefy jimy'd Ifrora.'Paruj i^e-Paa-ring by the twoivfifeRAvifEfts. ' , ' Poilures, and fevera] new ^oUibres, by. Mr. R^yner. v With Dancing (both Serious arid Coptic; ^surpcuiirlx - - . m" A Scotch Dance by Mafier MattbewsVandMnVWright. ,AC?huii Danced I V,E %S L O N S. *With Rope-Dancing by .' -~ � �> Mademoifclle L'ETRANGE, juft. ar^k^nm^a^it. TnlHblinf[^Y M""r JAWWAi, ' :-.r . .-��?d�CWi*rt^.  Dancing by -Mr^Carney, Ma*nii-pirrattlt,'VtEe7tw^ J&a&en and MifcCranier, Mifs Story, Mr. Chettle, Ato^Hojjgh.",Mjr| Da- , �in�a& by Mr. Brett; MrrCain^riaiara^dTlIri.'Hiir. /And the Conpany of Hcwgariant, Scbvbniint, ^>and�nr�, and Croats,' will perfonrf ?r- - tO ' - .. '1 SEVER A L NE fiEXERC IS E S. To .7::C.-jvk ifj >.o lii"-' At PH:Il.LlPS's{ N(EWl WiSnRV�% ^.SAiT^of^tMrJM QJttfeai^t^ge^.jMriShawfordi M6rrU/Md^*Heh'dnck7 and Madem. Kerman. .i .' ai.-.s Ibe Cloaibi atrfjSfity iptig,-#airtfy New. To begin- every Evening at Fiveio^lock: - 'V #% Every ohewfll beadjinit^di:%.a Pint �iVYV3ae a�:ufiial�- . ' London, Jane 4, 1^43- t crHE Committee dj^K&tyj^'C^'lf , ^^'9f.4hf^n^.]^arit o&iUi Ci&,i4*ot-~Natice, that fhiy intendto feat'the Gutldb'all, London, on Wedntfit&fibe Stb Infant, at Tenof the Clock 'in thi\ forenoon, to receive ; Propofah frdm Juch Perfqnf^ who, are i 1 ' ;-' , / ; VV M & ^musical :-w^rdnTimm^^f^ -J/WJQEN. OiRCASTLE!s in CokUBaih-iFieMs, -XXE.G1NS eatery Eveniflg at Sixo??lockj X5�d continues'rill Ten. The Gardens are laid out in the Maimer" of Vaiix-^all; and s Band of Mofick, congftingpf the beft2Yfa4er% proi�dea^ ( As the utmoft Care will be taken tq rnake-the 'Entertainment'."per-:; feflllyagreeable; wld|'.tt$|ft> fkmxfo'i*,fr^.as.'the Cheapneft ' and Goodr^ of Provi^;-ithe*!River Thaotts^ fliihed. " 7 Green-HJBBfet: weli^ftr-) ' For f^erPartScn^^eDaaireaithe iaidHoufe; or at Mr.Brad< fhaw*�1i-JfcaL-*''- - " The Kouieis compleatry furahii'd, and ia very good. Repair, and fit to accotjusodate any KdbleiBan or Gehtleaian's'rx1"^" m�2m 5 e . Adverttfip^iofa mtder^iL^b ate t^kmnffr thnfMHtM^w Shillings tack ;