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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 8, 1743, London, Middlesex iftifc Lcridbn D^ly Poll, $MGeneralJydtettifer; a. W E D N E S c A Y, June,a,; ^434 tD "Jroth Newcaftle,. and, M&johii and Eliiabeti; Wells, J �?for Poole. Remain in the Downs 1 f^tauefty's Ship the Augafta. WindN.E.^ ' X^ofvtjend, 6. Pafs'd by Nat&ttnW and John, Healsand NottinvhaaHHams^rom Oftend; St. Johannes, Hogbbrn,":, from/^ Gottenburgh j Nathaniel,/ -, item Norway,; andfemima, ClaVibot, fremCalaw. Arrived 9t feveral Torts.' fhe Catherine, Pollard* from Genoa, is -arrited act Fal-�oioath, ' . . - , , The Hope,Bible, fi�ni I^hprn, at Cork. ^he Sarah and Elizabeth,. Sackett, from London) at Antigua. The Catherine, CortiV,' from London j and the Philip, Lauderdale, from^firiftoi, at Jamaica. " "------- The George, Bean; from Hamburgh, in the River. L O N D ON. The.follpwj? the Sabftaijce, pf ;.therDecr?e delivered a, �fyf- Dliys ago' to' the Dyet of^tb* Empire by the Em- fefbYs-pHhdpa^Comiofirarj.7 . His Imperial Majefty takfesthe&efoluto'on of the pyjti, of the 17th of May lalt for an 'undehwble Prqofof..die In-' tention;of the States of the Empire, to promote the Honour -and Prpfpenty,of the t5ermanick Body, .-aijd reftqrrPeace to oufdeafXqumry, - His Imperial, Majeftyi in.quality of fupreineHead of the Empire, moft gragjouflygjyeg tJkh Approbation and Confent to the faid RefoJution. *~The intervention 6T the Maritime Powers in the ffiiftaryT Work'of Peace will be infinitely agreeable to him, as he is fully per. fuailed thaYthole Towers will not concern themfelves any farther -with the pre^fent Troubles than their Quality of Mediators allows them to do. It will" alfo give him a great deal of Satisfaction-to fee the Correspondence prdjfofed tnV this Af&ir; take-;PIace forthwith, Wt&F'hSs^ happenefr' incW me'fi^crees and Refo&tiojQs of the'D$ei? an^edeiit to die above jnendbned Refplurion. render! thisCorjeTpbn-dence mach more neceflkry,. left the Calamities of the War fhoald fpread farther, and the Means to put an End to them' fhoald becomtf: more difficult;' if hot-ablolutely impraSi^ cable.. . HisJn^Djerial Majepyvpiits e.nj^'the Eleftors," Princes and'States of the Empire V anaiherejbre, as /odnras -they have d'eterminedithe jQfc*ftions^� & yao-T modsyhv exhorts them topitdi^por^Mpteo'feft.anfd moft efficadous Methods to avert the Dangers withwfiich bur' dearX6witjy"may~ftin be 'threaffiedT and io take, withbuf anymore .Dehyj a Relblution x^^flgnr wnE^e^nterefFl of the :G^mah Nation.;. in fine, a ^foilGltl^llpip*i,,� Nature, 'asfeveral iStates' have already j p^pt^eprto Dyet, ^asiwell'as in the ^circular Advioei addtfffeU on fantrSubJeft .to his Imperial Majeity. ", r, ; ^os^r^lfrapl^yX^^W S?H fent a-'frcm'Sup^ -I ply'.of; Artillery, and 'Warlike Spores" intd all the Forts; of ihat.Ciiy:� and'that the "New Levies for: theAogmetitarion of i2,odorMfiri lately ordered, go on To ruccefsfiiliyydia^ th^: reckon that'Corps 'will be complect in about a Port-nigjiC:, � . , . .'; '..'  ... ."'.'ni : j. * Extras of #Letter /torn Madrid^ -May. 2 u Nays^ -ceidierth& * I^nch^o^SpaWibSqoadwifi'v^ :a,"when' _ _/ar, .which haa:croized for lorn* time o Leeward, whieh animated the Enemy to return to their 'Batteries, - rad; reniw^heir - Fire. The reft of the Squadron" continued Cannonading not without Hopes of Succef�,*as'a Shell hadfafleii into one r - of theJargeaBatteriesontheSide^of'theHill, whichHew up theMagaaJn'ej vandfet it on-Fiw^butrNight comirig on, ; ppt an End to^thgAclion. The ,next Day Capt. Knowlei : lent id Queflof thedahjaged Ships, 'which were driven t6. Leeward out of Sight, to come; np and join him; and ' cruized feveral Days:ofF and oh theCdail", 'in Expectation thereof 5 but hearing on the 3-Hjf March, that they were got into Curacoa to refit,' he^Uowed them, and arrived the1 ; 4ih-, where the whole  Squadron repaired their Damages, and had gocaigreat-Nnmber'of !Volunriers. Intheabove-?' menuoned Attack, Captain Lufliington wai' mdrtaiily-wounded,> and died'foon after his Arrival at Curacoa, regretted' by every Body j in WhoTe "Death the Publick^has loft a gallant worthy Officer:' There were likewifc kflted-ope*Lieutenant,.j^nd 92 Men y and three hundred and eight . The Dutcb Captain Ibid Captain Carteret, thatCapt. '^o^lerfallWlrnnxi -Caiiw* Ow'ilrB'pCAprir,2 NrS.1 wnh Eleven'SaH HfShips,- for Porto Cavalld. '\ '  Wenii^Uiat"r�e~'^^tt/wU^~^n-' Ship Tfiiftained in the above Attack, is as follows, viz.  ; The Suffolk, of 70 Guns, received -in Shot, had 29 Men killed, and $0'wounded  The JBurfordii qf70 Guns> received; 94-Shot, had 24 Menrkiiied and 50'wdunded. : The:A'ffiftancev of 50 Guns; Tecdved154 Shot,-; had 13 kill'd^-and7i wounded^ '7 jTheEltham, of 40 Guns, received 41 Shpt,:r. had 14 killed, !and 55-wciaded.  The Norwich^ �f 50 '^Gunsi o-ecdved 9 Shot,-had 1 killed, and j 1 wounded. The-Advice, & 50 Guns, received 10 Shot, had 5 kill'd and ic wounded.* >�? � The Lively, - of w Guns,.recdyed 16Bhor/Tiad 6 kill'd^ and 24 wounded,  1 ^ ' The. Scarborough, of to, Gjins^ received 3. Shot, Jnd hid 2 wounded. . So that on tke, whole the Eight Ships received 367 n Shot. . efterday -the. Hw'.General Pdwlet. reviewed the firft - Regiment of Fdbt-Gaards in HideP^ark* whomade a very iu}e (Appearance; >��. c w The Kinp has beta pleafed toVconftifute and appoint! P^bibTbnSdwlei Eiqj: ttfb�;Colpnjei;;pf tbe Regiment of Fbofj whereof S^phen^Q�iiiwa1Iu*Efq; deceaied, was late Colonel. His Majefty's Ship the Deptfbrd Store-Ship came on Monday laftintothifrRiver;; I Ye^et^'1ih^RigM^;:.tok.:fl^l l^j^pr.^dq^. ! cbnffer'ajtda inewlC^r^Yardi-'i^^ I tie Ufe ofjS^. Sepulcn're7s Parifli;. . , ' ' ' ' ; Monday Morning was married,-'at St, �]iinfterr Mr.,Co?c^ a weddiyrTimbeT-I^,er^i ffreet'near lGWvenor.fqqare,: to Mift CuUpinbs vjenor-fquare, an agreeable Lady, with 7000IV { Yefterday died at Fulham,.in the 66th Yeai'ofbiCAgC.^ Roofer EMa.G^flanan\p^>i^ Fortune, and is greatly lamented by all that knewAw.- * Yeilerday Morning about Two o'Clock, a Fire broke  outran a^BMttM.Shspni^^^ which greatly alarmed all the^ Ndghboarhood.j; but by the timely Affiftanceof Firemen, it #a exdngtiim^d, with .veiy'flitdeDataageVp  *"-"'1 - �'��"�r~ '" ..... -her Hull 146 j Yefterday Elizabeth V7^6dward,was committed toCIerk-epwell Bridewell,'by Col. DeVeil, for felom'oufly ttddne _ opt of WT^o^ngs or 3T~ Wearing Appa/d; theProperty: of-the :fa1d'AHbndge. As^ was Eleanor Thprpeto the .-fame Pla'CjPj, by>^fie'ilaid[ Gentleman,- 'for ftealing a much larger ^Quantity out of the-Lodgings of Mlrs,' Anne Hatneld,1 ajl Vhich\were found upon the laid two Prifoners. , . .., :.t'.' ... ...... % � On Monday laft upwards, of.'iwiel^^iD>^.^iJ0iM 4 Breakrafted" at the EffexLarjthbrn.;.'fo named byi^geqt now caU'jd Ruckhblt-iJOufe. BANKRUPTS. Solomon CoheB Phillips, late of Bethnal Green/ in the - ^ County of Middlesex, Jeweller. Ifa^cFuller, late of Finchtnfield in the Coonty of Eflfc^ V Maltfter and Chapman.  ' - ^: v. John Flamank, of SfcT Collombs, in^the County of Cornwall, Grocer;and Chapman.,^. ____________ \ High Water this1 Dayat London-Bridge at 36Minntes after 11. \ \ � ' -1 �  ' ' 148 1 -haliPa;3^4th's;v valent 111. Royal-Affaratfee82. ^London Anliralitevii " 3 4ths. EngTuTi Copper ditto 4I. 10 s Welch ditto no Price. African no Price.___Seven^ pejLfiemv,�mpjsrii�a_- LoanTzd~ "Five"per Cent, ditto 78 1 half. Bank Circdla'tieri 5 K 5 s� P^em.trIndiatBond8'4il:.i3-�l Sil^i.T Pr.-Three �nd> half .'^ak.Talliea" ,2 n, 4th, ft.* Three A and'a half per Cent. Exchequ^Otders ,$^remH THrie>H per Cent, ditto 1 Difc. Lottery.Tickets i|L s a die r's-w e\l;l;^ AY SADLER's-^ELI^^ the Neio-Riur Head, thi^ Diy,, wfflJw fcjfcfb^;?. ?r :' The, l> S.O; A L 0I�� RSiaNS.- ^ With Variet/pf Tu^lii^ aid Vauliuig,'by MqaAvGUlLlOMB^i and'Stgnor FRANCISCINI, I�te]y arriv'd from Paris }\Itope-P9Ul�-.-dng by the two Mifi RAYNERS. Pofhirts, and fereral new-EqTJiiibresj-by "MrrRayMr;---------- .With Dancing (both Scrions and Comic} particularly A-Scotch Danct by Wafter Matthews antJMl& Wright.^ . A. new/Grand Dance,. jallM' Li Mefoiuftide,; �by. Mr. Davetporty^, * and othert. '�; ;7: '- ^  AlfeaGrand Entertainment ofSingiag and- Daacjuig, 4dV&-Baubux~{l and "Aiaine, by Mont Fromont, :Mr. Davenport, jl&7 MifesT"Mjfc > Bullock, and others. " \.".-' _ With feTeral new Songs by Mr.Hemfeirk and MiCtHILLrERi O , ... , .Concluding with an.Entertainment of Dancing,-call!d  V U L C A N.'s . N E T T S. TbT>^n every "EJenaig at^ej^!Clc^r^7^'f , , G P O D M A N's-1? I JE X ;po$.r T the NEW W&LL>S the^otfem^i USUAL DIVERSIO* '4. ____... With Rope-Dancing by . MatenoifeUe L^Etrangej,iMoni;. Mpvfee, and Mr. Hopgh.-* Dancing ^ by Mr.,C>meyf Madffl..P�rauJfejhe-Jwo;M#^.�'�^; SGranier,. Mifi Story. Mr^hirttlfes^flwrilji; Mr, ,j Kog, by Mr.Brettj'. Mr./TJn.m>{aa^^�,w4^JiWr, And thcCompany^, Hnngaflans. Sc^yMuans,. Pandonj^aad;^ ..... ' Croats>,.w4lperform r . . S EVERAL. K&Wi EXERCISES. , Totb^-ci'e^lTeijfi>JB-*t4FlT% o'QWk At Jumps cVera'Mdn and^ Horfe ,:  ' forces the twc> Heads Near /^vLondon SpaW�j' OerkenweU,;: * ! .1 DURING-the- Sttmrnei*Seafoin-wirf be perform'd feferaji ne* Exemfes, by^pompaur of Hungarians4 particularly V . . S AM PS'ON AG A T Z I, ' 4 -it^t*t^^tKe5SBJra& � MajdelnqileJle:, K^'-R�M^: Who peVformi the Exercif^of d&fti&fia the^Stl^*'^ With extraordinary Pofermances ba !thVta?J~ Monfi^r O E'T-%-YM^a Likewife the celebrated . :C^SAR P O L'A WBI 4 Wha.perfbnas.a aesrExejctfe, tosndedoathe Pjdnciples^iheMathftf i | J To which will be added, v-: v � ~ I A Concert of Vocal and Inftrumental Mufick. call'd1 ' * g UPr^T^R' and- tecw-^a. . i  Jupiter, ,by. Mr. Jobmon'- ;cAlcmena," Mrs. Jackfbn.| , lnterfpen'd with feveral New Sctm of'ji^mt^ii^Itilit&Manif*, : -Tte Character of Hatleqb by Mr. PMlips } Cobmbitie,: Ma.Bhil< f  lipri: Ceuntflaft,:Monf. Dominiqua ; -Clown, Monf^Hendellck^i c; With, feveral new Dances by Mr. Phiflfaw^^ Mmjmb. d (being the 3d Time j of her appearing on that Stage, Mr.Shawftrv - Ma Jkfari�r Jlendrkl^ and Iht Cloalbt and Scmet 6eag entirtfy New. To begin every Evening at Fi�e o'Clock.' _ �% Everyone will be admitted' 'for a Piit of Winraiijfiial. * Adv^fmm of a-v^-au L^ngth^ tdktitm fa tos'Patn � Two Shillings each ;