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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 15, 1743, London, Middlesex WED.NESD.AT, June i$, 1743, Beat, J*nei3* Ciflpper Tender is Ikited to the Weftward. Remain th� Sqiiir-; jefMari^fWar. ^ihd/feaft. ^ |ri "Qra^ndijim 1 PaiSM by 'Content, tfondewell; and Catherine �nd Etitabeth, Webfter, froin Dadteick; Prince Cbarles,^ Coulter i and Parhaur Frigat/ Davis, from Antigua5Elizabeth,. Debeck, frosnNevis* Richmond,' Bourn, from Jamaica; EBber,_Savidge, from Sooth Ca-. jolJna; Moll�,. Bowman, from Virginia; Andrew -and Elizabeth, Uefter, from Norway. Arrived at feveral Ports. The Sofanoah, Pate, from Bofton, is arrived at Bar-badoes.  The Expedition, Prmgle } and Dreadnought, Beatfon, from London, at Jamaica. LONDON. Letters from RatUbon of the .13 th Inftant, N.S.- fay, that M. de la None, the French Minifler, received a few Days before a Letter from Marina! Broglio, which he immediately to Prince Lobkowitz, and in which the Mirfhal demanded Pafsports of him for the French Officers, lick and wounded, that were left behind at Ratifbon ; which Requeft was inftantly granted by Prince Lobkowitz. They write from Naples, that the King has ordered fix new Regiments to be formed with the Militia of that Kingdom  and that the Prince de Riccia-Capua, the Prince de San Severe Saogro, the Marquis de St. Mark Cavaniglia, the Count de Montenegro-CarafFa, the Duke de Liuren-zano-Gaettini, and the Prince de Caftellanetta-Mirabello, are declared Colonels of thofe fix Regimeats. We hear from Stockholm, that baron Lenttnghaufen, who attended the two Princes of Deux-Ponts during their late Refidence in Hol'and, is arrived in that City, charged with an important Com million from the eldeft of thofe Princes^ who i* one of the Candidates to the Succeffion of the Throne of Sweden. ~ Letters from Conftantinople, by the Way of Paris, fey, that upon the Report made by Said-Mehemet-Bafhaw, late Embatlador from the Porte to the Court of Verfailles, .to the Grand Sighor of the Paiace of Trianon, his Highnefs had refolved to build one like it; that for this purppfe ftmt jpld Buildings of the Seraglio have already been pulled down; and that the Direction of this Work is given 10 the faid Bafhaw, who brought home with him' the Plan of Trianon along with many others. From the London Gazette. Admiralty-Office, June 14. Captain Tyrrel, Commander of his Majefty's Bomb Veffel the Comet, arrived the roth Inftant at Spithead, having parted with Commodore Knowles the 10th of May, about 45 Leagues N.W. from Porto Rico. He brings Letters from Stat Commander, dalea* May 3, giving i&^jjt,,That>b�*B|^at hi* Sq^r^%^^'^wi)^^uilluii Jlr ^rtltt'I^e^vai able, he failed from Curacoa the 20th of March, intending to have ftretch'd over directly for Porto Cavallo $ but by reafon of a ftrong Lee Current, it was the i;thof^pril before be could come to an Anchor with hb Squadron un-der the Keys of Barbarat, a little to the Eaftward of that Place. Mr. Knowles taking a View of the Enemy's Situation, few we've of their fmalleft Ships and three Gallies hawl'd up to the Head of the Harbour, out of Gon-feot, and two large ones, of 60 and 40 Guns, moor'd dofe over to the other Shore,; as there was not Depth of Water for them to go up the Harbour. One Ship was laid acrofs the Channel in the Harbour's Mouth, ready to fink, to prevent their Entring, with a Chain from the Caftle to her Stern, and another from her Head to the Main, where were three Fafcine Batteries, which extended a considerable Length, and lately made. - On a W Point, called Ponta Brava, were two other new Fafcine Batteries/ one of 12 Guns, the other of Seven ; but perceiving they were ill defigned, and might eafily be flanked, he thought it would be no difficult Matter to render himfelf Mailer of them : And that if the Attempt, focceeded, the Guns of both might be. made Ufe of againft the Caftle : According it was agreed, at a General Confutation held next Morning, to fend in two Ships in the Afternoon, to cannonade thofe Batteries, and so land theVoluntiers, with about 400 Seamen, 'the Detachment, of Dalzell's Regiment, and all the Marines, to take Pof-feffioo, after the Ships had filenced them ; their Retreat being fecurely guarded by his Majefty's Ship the Affiftance, which lay within Piftol-fhot of the Shore. The Ships that were fent in to cannonade the Batteries, made them quiet by Sun-fet, and by Dark all Firing had. ceafed on both Sides; the Forces, confiftuig of about, 1200 Men, Seamen and Soldiers, landed under the Command of Major Lucas; and on thejr March, which was all the'Way on a. Beach ^y. the Water-fide,; the Commodore accompanied them in his Boat. AboutEleven o'Ciock- he faw the Van Fire, and (as he apprehended) engaged with the Enemy; foon after which, two Guns were fired from the Fafcine Batteries, and prefently after he faw the Men running back in Confufion and Diforder, which they did not overcome 'till they got on board. , ; . . .On the jifta General'Oonfultatioh of Officers was held, wherein Gonfideratiori; being; had of the late Mifcarriage-of the Seamen, and Land Forces againft the Fafcine Batteries, it was refolved to form one general Attack, ,with all the Snips Bnd Forces, .againft the Caltle and Fafcine Batteries; accordingly on Sunday the 24th about Noon,-a fmall Breeze Springing up, the Commodore mad* the Signal and wei�hed,~and ran down in tYe^rder~agreed on; the Aflif-taQcs. ,Burford, Suffolk, and Norwich, to batter the Caftle, antftheScVrboronghi;' Lively, and Elthaoi, againft thet^' Fafcine Batteries j they began Cannonading about |jh- o'Cloek, and continued 'till pift Nine atNight, with great : Obftinacy dri both Sides: The;Enemy fometimes flackened  their Fire, -good Execotion being done apon them in dif-' l mounting tbeii Guns, beating feveral Embrafares into one, and filencing the Fafcine BattetieV; but as Night came on,, I l^cyp�w brtfter in ii^^Bj^'Bod did ^jicaaf v^ifcfiiefj: �� and iotas of the Ships haying expended all ttoeir AmraniM-i : tion^ others the'greateft Part, and moft of thfin being tf>; mattered in their Mafht atid. Rigghig, ^as fcarcfe to beable; to fet a Sail, the Commodore made the Signal to cut, and went and anchored about a Random Dik ring the Cannonading, the Enemy had fonk their Ship that lay in the Harbour** Month, which eftftaally ftopped up theChannel. The.-''rt'exi Moroingthe Sq^dron weighed, and got again under the Keys of Barbarat, to refit, and in the Evening were joined by the Advice, which had loft Company three Days after they failed from Curacoa. On the 28th, at a General Cohfultation, it was agreed, that the Squadron was no longer in a Condition to andertake any Enterprize againft the Enemy ; upon which the Commodore fent away the Station Ships to their refpedtive Stations. Before he left the Coaft, he agreed to an Exchange of Prifoners with the Governor of Porto Cavallo: and the Officer who was appointed by the. Enemy to manage that Matter, confirmed the Accounts Mr. Knowles had received from feveral Deferters, s� well as from the exchanged Eng-lifh Seamen, viz. That there were upwards of 1200 Seamen belonging to the Ships and Gallies in the Harbour, and the Factors, Companies Servants, Gunners, and Soldiers, were about 300 ,Men more; befides about 4000 Indians, Mulattoes and Blacks, whom the Governor of Ca-racca's fent down, when he received intelligence of an Attack being intended. The Hanover, Northover, from Briftol for Jamaica, is loft near Crooked-Ifland; and Part of her Crew brought home by Capt. Johnfon, in the Parnaffus. By Advices from the Mein, of the 16th Inftant, N.S. the Army under the Command of the%Earl of* Stair, was arrived in the Neighbourhood of Hanan, and it was thought would proceed to Af-cbaffehberg. The Marfhal Noailles lay with his Forces at Offenbach. � James Ramfden, Efq; is appoin ed one of the Cpmmif-fioners for granting Wine Licence*, in the room of Anthony Corbiere, Efq; deceafed, Yefterday Morning was married at St. Botolph Alderf-gate, George Bowes, Efq; Member of Parliament for the City of Durham," to Mifs Gilbert, Daughter of Mr. Gilbert, a very eminent Money-Scrivener, a fine young Lady with a Fortune of 40,0001. As foon as the Ceremony was over they fet out for his Seat at Paul's-Waldenbury in Hert-fordfhire, with a very grand Retinue. A great Number of Hands are employ'd to clear the Ditch round the Tower, and they have laid the Foundation of a new Wall," on Timber Piles, from the Middle Tower-Gate to the Wharf, which will be nine Feet thick; on the Weft-fide of which a large Barrack .is order'd to be bnilt for the Reception of a CompaM^of Foot Guards, ihat Part 6?;th^itc^j}eii%-of SAD t, fi R's-W E lL8,- AT SADLER's-WELLS, adjoining to XjL the JBfetO'IUverJSeaJ, this Day, will be perftrm'd _____________ The OS U A L D I VERS IONS. - W;jh.iK�i^f.Totfbltiig and Vaulting, by MonT-GUILIOME aW Signor FRANCISCINI, lately�rri*'d from Paris: Rope-Dancing by the twcj^Mifs. RAYNERS. ' . "> - Poftnife^iidi'ie^al new Equilibres,' by Mr. Rayner. - � . '.,'! With;Panctn�;;(ooth Serious and Goinlej'particu&ly ; A Scotch Dance by Mailer Matthews and Mift'Wright. A new Grand Dance,gcall*d Lt Mafautradt, by Mr. DaVcnport, ' - and others. AlfoaOrand Entertainment of Singing and Dancing, calPd Baccbut and ^iriadne, by Mbnf. Fromont, Mr. Davenport, Mr. Miles, Mrs. Bullock, and others. ., ... MaVter Kfatthews, Mifs Wright, and ethers. With feVeral new Songs by Mr. Hemfltdrk and ,Mi6 HILLIER. Concluding with *an Entertainment of Dancing, ca&'d V U L C A N * s N E T T S. To begin every Evening at FiW o'Ciock. O OO D M A N's-F IE L D S.-- AT-the NEW WELLS the bottom of Lmm-fireet,Gaodmait,i-FiAdt, this Day, wi^beptrfiirm'd " The USUAL D IV LR SI O N S. Wn]i Rope-Dancing by Madesioifelle L'Etrange, Monf. Movire, and Mr. Hough. With feveral New BALLANCES by Monf BRILE.AU, juft arriv'd from Pans, Who this Evening will perform Several Nrco Equilibres (never yet feen upon the English Stage,) particularly One with the Point of a Sword on the Edge of a Glafs. Dancing by Mr. Carney, Madem. Perrault, the two Maften and MifsGranier, Mils Story, Mr. Chettit, Mrs. Hough, and Mr; Davey. Singing by Mr. Brett, Mr. Cunningham, and Mrs. Hill. And the Company of Hungarians, Sclavonians, Pandours, and ' Croats, will perform SEVERAL NEW EXERCISES: #* Every One � To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. � - � � At P HILLIPS'% NEW WELLSr Near the London Spaw, Clerkenwell, DURING the Summer-Seafon, will be perform'd fereral new Exercifes, by a Company of Hungarians' particularly SAMPSON RAGATZI, Jumps over a Man and Horfe ; likewife flies through a Heg&ead, forces thetwo Heads out. AHo the celebrated M^^rfelle K E R MAN, Who performs the Exercife of the Flags on theStifFRope. With extraordinary Performances on the ladder, by Monfieur O E .R M A N. Likewife the celelffated CIS AR P.OLAMBIO, Who performs a new Exercife founded on the Principles of the Mathc- matkksi To which will be added, Several New Scetut of A8ion^ after the Italian Manner, calPd The Difcontented Father; or. The Wedihng Night-.  The ChsraaeVof Harleyaa^ Mr. PbflSps; Colpmbine, Mrs.Ph11-� lips j Count Flaih, Monf. Dominique ; Clown, Monf. Henderick. Concluding with a Grand Entertainment of Singing and Denting, call'd JUPITER and A L C M E N Al By Mr.Johnlbn, Mrs.Jackfon, Mr. Phillips, Madem. Lebrune, Mr. Shawford, Madem. Kerman, and Mrs. Morris. Ibe Cloaibt and Semes being entirely Neat. To begin every Evening at Fi�e o'Ciock. Every one will be admitted for a Pint of Wine as ufual. General Poft-Office, London, June 8, 1743. HEREAS the Poft-Bey with the Barn- fiaple Mail, was knocked off his Horfe, at the End of Newport, near a Mile from Barnftqple, the $d of this Iiijiant, ieiwien the tlpurs of ien ana1 hteiien atwgbttby Sale, and of JOSEPH WATKINS, Broker. ------------ J . . _ a Per/on unknown, who carried off both Horfe and Mail and the feveral Letters therein for Exeter, London, Briftol, and other Places. -The Pojlmafler General thinks proper to acquaint the Pub-lick, that whoever Jhall apprehend and convict, or caufe to be apprehended and con I^rd Chief-Juftice of the Common-Pleas, the Right-Hon. the' Lord. Chief-Baron of the Exchequer, and the reft of the Hon. the Judges,) >- rd-iC, .. _A Fifth Volnme. "f A General abridgment or" LAw ancT f\ EQUITY. By CHARLES V I N E R, Efqr Which with the other four Volumes before publifh'd, are fold by G. Strahan in Cornhill j J. and P.Knapton in Ludgate-ftreet j J. Shuckburgh, next the Inner-Temple Gate 5 and. W. Reafon in Flower-de-Luce Court; or may be had of the Author, at his Chambers, No. 3, m the King's Bench Walks, Inner-Temple. jfdvertifimeftt of amderatr Length are taktnm for this Pat&Jt Two'a ;