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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 9, 1743, London, Middlesex ______in the Daxtta the Au- - �gdteJ&arfWar. wfod E.&E.. ^ra^iid/^fiatey. PtfVd-by the'Molly; Morene, from DariN �dci�IWoiis;Boxer� Trbn/Rsjt" Seidarfif' Dorothy, -Otth, from ^Utek; and Peter and Aftrie, Hc4ion, from Norway. ^n*o*i>ett Jeveral Ports. The Friendihrjp.^acksi Providence, Ne^eomjjn j'.Mary, Hill* anf LoyalJudith, garret, from London^ are, arrived at Genoa. ^ V,, v The Leopard, Robinfon, from Leyemool, at Maryland. The Mamhead, Chappel, from London, at Ll^hbtn. ThcZir^fton, ChdhoUn, from St. Kitts, at Glafgdw. L O N D Q N. YeReidav arrived ihe Maifsjfrpm Prance and Flankers. Oar Aarices from the Head Quarters of Prince Charles of Lorrain's Array, are sdated M�y 25, N.S. and ran- thus,; " ........- It ii thought his Royal Highnefs's Defign is to pafs the v Banube, inordertofeek the French in the Upper Palatinate," and at the fame time, join Prince Lobkotvite if there be Gccafios, fome Regiments of .that Prinofs Army being It-ready arrived at Nieder Ataich.' ;0u.r,Tfridgeen the Banube. fvacfinUbed the 13d Inftant. The fim Line of the Army is to;pafs over To-morrow, and will be quiddyfol-lowed by tie'fecond. Thirty armed Saicks, each manri'd with 30 JHtefit, aregbihg/up the Danube towards Decken-doriF. Bavarkfullers much lef^ from, our Troops than from the. French, wbo have burnt all the Places they abandoned, after pju,n4erjng them: At D^lcendorff upwards .'. 85Houftj '^^/'bkrnt down to the(Sroun^at^Platl^j jo Hou^awrjrteiluced to Awes; and Landau has fuffered; more from its jeputed Friends,than Chatfib did laft:. Year when thepandours took it by Storm. We are allured that Prince Charles; hasferrf to feveral Princes of the Empire, a particular "Attouni of all the Devaftatiori made by the French. Extras of a Letter from Ratijhon, Jane 6,' MS. : * Sface. Jatt Monday nothing �F:Mement; hai.^fibd be-  tween/thetwo Armies. *':We. .^aM/v^eTc|7. both tj^pfo ' which indeed form. a,v^ bewt|fal rVofpeft, t^J^otV  very agr^able one toju?; The Auftrian Camp is Bear the V Hochgerieht of Sttdtsam-HorF, .and that of the.4?rencb ' lies to the Right of the Hochgericht. ' The'latterittie-irr ' Juaexy .bad-Condirinri,--as- to Provifions. The Country ( which promifed a .mqrV, plentiful Harveft this Year} is  quite ruined by the two Arr&ies.. TheTrepch play fhdr Cannon -now and then upon the Batteries whicJi. the ' Auftrians are ere&ngraM^Rhe^aufea; in order to � batter: the"Fort, of Wefcr The. Aoforrani FreSrcliv and  Bavarian Officers frequently meet at the Inns and Taverns  here, and are extreamly civil to each other. We reckon ' that the French Army is 10,000 ftrong, and that under Prince Lobkowhr does not exceed 14,000 ; but both of  Ammunition, arrived in cbeiFrench, Army, and were fent  away thenext DayiOwards Irigolftadt, or to Donawerth, � ccordirig toothers.- Prints Gharles �advancing with  all;'Speed tpwards^^^ptubhigeh,; in order" catch the 'French Between^wo Tires j' but we" are. generally, ofJQpi-  nion, that they won'i wait for Jiim, unlefs they have a � mindio venture, a 'decifive Eagageinent, which there is  no Like|ihoodFthat they' Wffl'db.*; " ; , 1 Jjex^a f^BerKn Tayi ^^rince Willam of fifefle Ca^d'isjgbjue cfrom thenceto Ifew^r ranaladd, that he w^cha^jeij.by:hi* BritanmckoMajefty;topropofe a Match between^fae Doke of Cnmberla^^n^ apHncefs of Pruffia; bHt-tfey^dotj't-ieU- us ivrrethCTche4uci%eded:in that Com- mifljoiL, ..."..... . f "^'hM fjtmpij^^.'^W^'$Mdett^Safima^; to thefjBfich Einbauador, there, ^h� been taken Prifoher by ihe^HoOars (of'6�tte^ f^ririz,' as^e was^deavourmg to^brti^^alwut $6.0ir ^iSi^(yj&tb ;Jaktr V^ajg|,. .^t'M^^oaly' Npailles has recelWd full Power jto a�t as Be iees Qcqulon againfttbr Aflieai and tfaat .all the Troops under his Com--; mand have actually'patled the Rhbe. A Report p^einiils in Paris that the King hjas fentOrderCrou-den, Commander of the Invalids, aboard Commodore An-fan i 'an agreeable Lady. with a handforqe Fortune. This Morning'^be Count d'Oflbrio, the Sardinian Am-baiTador,' fets out for Harwich, in order to embark for Holland. - Yefterday came Advice, that the Lovely Mary, Hayes, from London to Gibraltar, is taken' by the Spanurc|s, .and earried:ihto7Malag?i. ' ,. ;' .. The Prince Chifrjes, Coulter,; ^afham Erigat, pavis ; and'Radfor'd, (late Simmorids) all from Antigua, were well offthelfle of Wighton-the6th fnftant. -- On Tuefday fe'nnigbt the* Races began ^at Newcaftle, when a jGrey Colt belonging to Cuthbert Routh, ^fq; ftarted alone for trieFreemens li1bfcription.of.50l. On Thurfday Mr. Meaburn's Grey Cojt, Smiling Ball, won the Purfe pf 50 Guineas, given by the Corporation. And on Friday they ended, when the Gemlemens Sub-fcriptiotiHDf 50 l.-was;won:^y ;Mr. Sc^ Ntptuiit. . ' ; ' OnSaturday laft died at Hampftead, John Clarke, Efq; a yonngGjentlemanof a very good Family near Burton-Conftablein Yorkfhire. " , : ^i^iU^^ at her ICoufein Jermain-ftree^. ^Is^^ier^ who for f^veiat. Years paft kept. a ChlnirS)�op, .aJBd tde^lt. irery coi�fidirably# with great Jle* putatioo. . r / We-haverecelved'the following'aotheo^ck Aceount of the Rerfons that murderM the.Agent to theiContraaors for the Reoirn pf the ExfflerDuties for Wales Middle Collection, and robb'd him of upwards of 8061. near Bifhops pTQiffie aforefaid, whofe BiffiopTOtflJe aforefaid, whofe Names^ Woollafon,:W ing taken upon SufpiciOn of perpetrating die above FaQs, aB*�ofr�^n*d; to Stirewf^ arnia'd there, when the Father confefs^where the Mom -waVccflceaTd, anll,'accoraTng to nis^^very; "the fame was found; The Son, hearing what htis Father had done, made an ample pjiiteffian 'o0both the Fa'dls, declaring, tbar4iis Father had'fbi; three Weeks been perfwading hina to be an Accomplice -with-him irr^hia mcked Eiueipiixey and rh^t they were both equally caiicertfq' therein. Yefterday Elizabeth Wiluams was committed t; Clerken-welliridewelli by Col.^De Vlril.-for ftealing !out ofM Lodgings of.Mr. John Veoabtes. two.SUveX.Spooia?* .and �-* veral other Things, his Property, foand gppa&er. ,\ :--.'V'-t "High Water this Day at i^dbn-^rrdge at to 'Mjhr^ after ra.' ' ' ~ � ' ' ''" ' Bank Stock 148 3 4th* a 7 8ths a 5 ttths '* a 5 4ths;-India Ditto 197^196 r half. South Sea Stock ire^Ahs. Ditto Old Annuities 115 3 4ths a 3 8rhs. Ditto\New>'. n6a 3 4-ths.: Three per Gent. Annuities404't'half.i Ditto 1742, 104.1 half. Ditto 1743, loiaiot 7-8tbs^ Million Bank 1 j8. Equivalent m. Royal AffurawJd-82. London jAiiuranc* ir 3i4ths.f Englifb Copper ^ 1.0 s. Welch ditto no Price.' African no JRrice. Sevan per Cent. Emperor's Loan 119 3 4ths. Five per Centl ditto 78 1 half. Bank Circulation 5 1- 5 �. Prem. India Bonds 4I. 13 � a 14 s. Pr. Three and a half Sajt Tallies 2 1 4th P^. Three and > a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5 Prem.. Three per Cent, ditto 3 4tbi. Difc Lottery Tickets 11 1. 15s.a14s.6d. ... SAD L E R's-W E L'L S.- AT SADLER'S-WELLS, adjoining to the Nexo-Rivtr Had, this Day,, will be petfbnn'd ; � The US U A L D I V E K S10 NS. With Variety vf Tumbling and Vaulting, bjtMonf.GUELIOMt and Signor, FRArJpISCINI, .later/.wtvM frowFlru; Row-Bis-cin'g bj the two Mifs RAYNERS. . . - " , Poftores, anil Teveralnew Equil2)re�,' by Mr. Sayner* With Dancing (both Serious and Comkjjarticulafly ' "Af^tch'Dince by Mal^f"Malth'ews and Mtjs yiS&iu\ A Grand iatertainmnt of Singing and Dancing] call's *tU Anni. east Triumph evtr tie Sdyaget, by Moaf. Fromont, Mf.Davenfcrt,. Mr. Males, Mrs. Bullock, and others. TV. And a new Comic Ballet (after the Manser of the Fajuaai) far . MafteV Matthews, Mil. Wiight, and etherf.' ' -With feveral new Songs by Mr. Htmikirk and Mils HILU�R.  Concbjding with an Entertainment of Danang, calPd V U L CM: N E T T S.. To aep^gWy5 Evening at FWe o'Clock._______ O O O D Ml-r^nTt"!? AT the N EWeglr�^e^i�enttj�#it�/�ai6^.7i'vl a-. 7 At PHILLIrPSH NfW WEj,LSf Near the London. Spawj Clerke^wejl; ^RING" /the- '^uaim^F^e^^.; V^be _ -l^ormM/eVeral?new*xerc^ S A M.P S-O N /R AVQ^''TZ j, Vs-Jainps over^Man'and t!^e.i,^keWe"fli4^^^ forces'tliflWHead**^ Mademdifilfe K 'B R M^A "N. ^ yrhp^qiMtA^^xext^t of the Flags-on. thiLSt&Ropei With e^aWdinary P^nhances on the Idider, by Monfieftr. &-Kf! U "K" N. , - .. .Likewife the celebrated r I JC^l.^.....JLQXJL-Jd B T O, - Who pexforou a pew Exercise founded oa the Krinei^'of t|e Majb^- '  ' T "'  \' " . -rnaticjeti- '*.*;,*/ * .7 ^'To which-wilJ beiddetf, ' . ^1 A Concert of Vocal ar^Inftrumefltar Mixficfc^eflJ'a* ' " | J JJ i* LT E R and A LeMEN'5> Jupiter, by Mr. Johnfon | Alcmena, Mrs. Jackf�i.f�"" Interippn'd"with feveral New Scenaot^^mtbxx^KpiSiait'Mamer. Bps Yviui levcrai new uxaca uy mx, (ruuups, maaeia. �.^mw,�'*�� /beinp ihe 4th Time �f iter^appfiuing- on- that-Stage, Mr. Shaw/Aa, Mrs. Morris, Monf. Hendrick, and Madera. Kennan. ^Abe^j^ >wbithr^me^f-mg-ap^mm'ammd"at a'CourlJ^rm^tTie* ferters. ..;/.-... - . . - Thomas Corbett. 0- 8 '1 ;