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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 16, 1743, London, Middlesex  - � ^j^^^^ foiled through rftu Wdtefty\ Stoop ftrfet. ^toe bealttr Account of a barjbarous Murder lately committed at Llandilo-.Crofeny in Monmouthfliire, in the'fol^ lowing Manner, viz. A poor Man's Wife being very, ill.of a lingering Difeafe, he ernpIoyVl a Woooan in the Neighbourhood, whilft he was at his Labour fix or feven Mi'es off, to take care of her and his Children j.and, in the ; Night-timey the^inhumjin WVetch'ttnolc (hj Opportunity so ffrahgle thep^of Wflman for her.GoJd Ri.n'g,rtw|iich was-fotind.upon her. She is^ face taken up, and committed to the County Gaol, in order to receive the juft Reward of her Vtl'ainy ^ and laft Week the Coroner's Inqueftfat on the Body of the Deceafed, and brought in their Verdift Wilful Murdtr. Sir John Peachy, Bart. Member of Parliament\ for Mid-hurft in Suflex, lies dahgeroufly ill at his Seat at Petworth in that County. \ ,. ." We hear, thatthe Fellow who robb'd the Barnftaple Mail, is taken in the Weft of England, and that he has confefs'd the Faft. yefterday a Woman, who had formerly lived in very food Circumftances, being in Defpair, haog'd herfelf in her -odgingi in Purpool-Lane, near Holborn. \ Tuefday.three Men were committed to Maidftone-Gpalj, forftealingTalfowout of the King's Yard atDept-foird.  . . On TueHay Morning about-One o'Clock, the Shop of Mr. Fleming, an eminent Grocer in Yere-ftreet, Clare-market, was broke open, and robb'd of a great Quantity of Tea, and feveral other Things of Value. �' Yefterday William BHhop wasycpmrnitted to Clerkenwell ^rideweU by Col De Veil, he b^ing- an Accomplice con-cern'd with diher Perfons in Burglarioufly en�ring feveral Houfes in the Night near Soho-Sqiarej anii'ftlrlp^n^^^em' of a vaft Quan:ity of Lead (and a Warrant was immediately ifluedagaioft the Receiver, who is very noted for receiving the Lead, knowing it to be ftolen, but he is fled from the fame. High after 6. Water this^^Day at Lrao^n-Br/dge at 28 Minutes . Bank btock 148. India Ditto 104 1 half a 195 14th. South Sea Stock 115. Ditto Old Annuities 115 1.4th a 7, 8chs a 1 4th. Ditto New no Price. Three per Cent. Annuities 104 3 8ths a 1 half. Ditto 1742, J043 8ths a 1 half. Ditto Equivalent 111-1 i 3 4ths. 1743, 101 14th. Million Bank" 118. Rpyal Affurance 83, London Afturance m "~ Copper 4 1. ic* s. Welch ditto no Price; Africatfnp Price.. Seven per Cent.. Emperor's Loin 119 3 4ths a 7t8�hs. Five per Cent, ditto 78 1 half a 5 8tbs. Bank Circulation 51. 7 s. 6d. Pr. India Bonds 41. 7 s. a 8 s. Pr. 1 hree and a half Salt Tallies 3 Pr. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5 Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 1 half Difc. Lottery Tickets ti I. 14s. � ��� � � _;) '- ;  Yefferday there teas.* Board of Adrairalry^ when their LordQups were pjeafcd^to'ajjpoint Capt. Hawke,; to: be ComnfMderbfthe&rwick, lately Iaunch'4 at Deptford! We hear that;Caj�dGregory, wh^ commanded the Nor-^ wic&Maaof^War, at the Attack of La Guerre, is arrived fromvthence, onboard the Comet Bomb, fent home with the'Dtfpatche^rro^ : Vy%.Kfearithe Rig^it Hon. tKe Earjof^Hailifaxj who wati dai^ei^f3>:i|I ;at: h^s^iptife in Palace-Yard, is fo well xe-coVe>�d, as.lD be able to go abroad. - We -Jiave Letters freii atf Parts of England giving an Accountirf the'.greallAppearance;of all Kinds of Grain npon the:Ea];th promifing every where an exceeding good . mrve$,; fothat Com is likely io be extraordinary cheap for theenfoing Year. ^ - . -4�ftjWeek;.died at Edinboxgh Mr. |ohii Horn of That Ilk, Advocate?* Wtiti^Min ImWte by Hugh Horn, Efq; Son to the Right Hon. the Lord Drumore, whomawied-tHs ortly-DaHghter: � - The Account publifljed in fome of the Papers, of the Headi-of the Right Hon: the Lord-Fiizwiliiams, we hear, is without Foundation, his Lordfbip being in good Health. Admiraky-Offict, June 15, 1743^-tTHE L~ave of Abfence given to the Petty Of- fictrt and Stamen belonging to bis Mytjlfs Ship tbt Strafford, tubo were ordered to be turned overt one half into the Prince of Orange at Chatham, and the other half into the Berwick at Deptford, .Aefng expired, It\h the DireSibn of the Lords ContmiJJumtrs of the Jdmiraty, that thiy. d? immtdiatefy repair on hoard tho/i Shifs, tubicb are put into GommiJJion, on Penalty not only ef lojing the Wages due te them in the Strafford, but of being taken up and tried as Defer ten  . _ Thonfos Corbett. Zo be SOL. 6, 4 A Houfe called HILL-HOUSE, inthe uTL ParJJh of Wbht Wahbam in the Connty pf fierkt, containing ievea Room* on * Floor, 'aeatly fitted up, with two Coach-houfet, (twoSuHa,PiogeoB-hottfe, Brew-hou^, and Laoadry, with Girdenr-: of fix Acres,..the Kitchen Garden-Walied ia, the whole commanding [ � delightful JbofycCt j with two Farm* thereunto belong iag oF 1251. � Year, fituatei fir Miles from Wiadfor, ten from Reading, an4 three,from Maidenhead. , " '. -' Enquire of Mr. Henry Crawyt, at hn Ghambew fa New-Inn 1o M. SOLD, Ibasnts-fireet \ vftrongJA whkh was lodged there aeeord|ng to tieJateAft of -Paiua- B A p;JL E R*8-W% Lis; W 13 SD'^tli DIVE KSv-IO NS; : Wi*VjfaSetyxrfTdmhHng'andtaulting,: by McMOtflLfOME and Signor f*ANCISCINl, lately arriv'd from Paris; Rctoe-Dao-etog,by,thetwo,Mi6 RJAVNERS.;.'. V .' ' F'\ J Poflures,'and feveral new Equilibres. by Mr. Ravner. � With Danting;{both Serlon's and C^mic/^rtfcri&rlj, t . AScotdiDance by,KlaOer Matthews and Mi6.Wright.; A Grand Dance, call'd The Folly, by Wonfl^rthiofl't; and others. A, Q^.EnArfainnjeifof'Sfngfrig; andjPartcin^calJ'd ft* 'A&ri-eamSriumpb,owrtbj.Sovaga, by .Monf�FfonMmt^Mri.Darehpbri> Mr. MUes, Mrs. $ul!ocic,;and others --.i,,- \ ' WithL^erai'new.'Songs' by; Mr. Hemikirk and MifsHILLlER. Concluding wich an Entertainment of Dancing, call'd V U L">e'/A N *s -N E T T S. To begin every Evening at Firt o'clock. �" X* OO DMA N-s-F I E L D AT -the.WgW- W E-t; trS^:$ fe^.J^ftbfiToF Lmen-fireti^Gooimaift-FiAds, this T5ay, jpillbe per&rm'd The U SUA L D IV E R SI ON S. With Rope- Dancing by ' - -". MademoifeUe L'Etrirtige, Monf. Movire, and Mr.Hough, With feveral New BALLANCES by "', - Monf, BBJLE^U; jujl arriv%fri>* Paris, ^  ,,s Who this Evening ,*3l perform Several New pguiliim,(aevti yet '"fcen upon'the EiigiifivStSge,) particularly; One with.the Poiat'of-a Sword ion. the' fedge ofa G'aft- - - � ' Dancing -bf ^Mri (Srney, Madem. Perraolt, the two Mailers and Mi&Granier, Mifs Story, Mr.Chettle, Mrs. Hoogh, and Mr, Da�ey.. Singing by Mr. Brett, Mr. Cunningham, and Mrs. Hill. And the Company of Hungarians, Sclavonians, Pandours, and ^ Croats, will perform, :; . S^VERiALsK E W EXERCISES. \*-J?vlutO>ie vnll be admitted fir * Pint offf^ne a-pittt atufuaU t -j. v To '.begin every Evenihg at Five o1 Clock. At PHI I.LIP S�s NEW WELLSf- Near, London Spaw, Clerkenwell, - ' kURiNG the SuAmer-Seafon, will be _^_ perform'd feveral new Exerafes, by a Company of Hnngarisna* particularly11' *  ' - > SAMPSON R A G A T Z I, Jumps j>ver.a Man^jurf Hotfe } likewifc'flies through'a Hag&eid, forces the two Heads out.' Alfo the celebrated : Mademoifelle K � R M A N, T Who performs the Exercife of the Flags on the Stiff Rope, j With extraordinary Performances on the Ladder, by Jvlohfieur GERMAN. .1 _ Likewife the celebrated ; C/ESAR P O L A M ;B I O, , Who performs a new Exercife founded on the Principles of the Mathe- mattcks. To which wllf be added,  Several New Scenes of Altion after the Italian Mamur,~eiS'i The Discontented Father; or, The Wedding Night. The�haraaer of Harlequin by Mr. Phillips; Colombine,:Mrs.Pbil* lips j Count Flaflj, Monf. Dominique; Clown, Monf. Henderick, Concluding with a Grand Entertainment of Singing, and Dsneing, call'd J UP IT ER and, A LCMEN A. Mr. Shawford, Madem. Kennani and Mrg.'Morris. � Ibe Cloatbt and Sctntt being entirety New. To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. �% Every one will be admitted for a Pint ef Wine as ufuaL VENISON and DISHES of VENISON-of feveral Prices, Hot, at Two o'clock at Noon, and Eight at Night, during the whole Seafoai by - - Timothy FarifW, Cook, Oppefite the Middle-Temple Gate, Fleet-ftreet. HE Freighters of the Ship Henb v, - __ Capt Jefferits, for Jamaica, are defired to meet at the Jamaica Coffee-houle this Day, at Twelve of the Clock, to execute an Jnftrumeat to empower proper Perfons to take immediate Care of her Cargo, and to'fluke' a Dcpofit of Five per Cent, on the Amount of their Invoices, towards defraying the Charges of Salvage, Sec._ T A1 withal And To be Entered L D, S O upon Immediately, ARjrcel of very ftrong JAMAICA RUM, whkh was lodged there according to the Jate Aft of'Parliament, but not to be fold in lefc Quantities than Ten Gallons, and the Over-Proof to be paid for atchaigedat the Cuftem-houfe. Large Houfe at Twickenham in Middle- fer, lately inhabited by the Right Hon. the Lord Mauntague, all its Furniture, Outhoufei, and Stabling, pfea&ntfy fitoated, with Gardens to the River Thames, and Green-Houfe* well-fur-niAed.. > '� { For furtherParticulars cnaujreatthc faid Houfe; or at Mr. Brad-ftsWS hi SbhVSquare. ! r % The Houfe is compleatly furnilh'd, and in very good Repair, and fit, to accommodate any Nobleman or Gentleman's Family. BRITISH LIQUID BLACKING, For StiOES or BOOTS, kAR preferable to any Thing of the Kind- _ hitherto made' trie bf; k likewife net requiring half tie Time or Trouble, as the Ballsj &c. do in ufing. To beliad omyat Old Tom's Coffee-houfeia Birchin-Lane, Corn-hill, at 1 s the Pot, with Direftions. Proper Brumes 6 d. >fjts May is Pubit/b'd,--- Printed on four large Sheets of Paper; taken from Metftsurs Dc L'Jfle, Sanfqn, Fer, Moll, and other eminent Geographers, very .proper to be confulted by all Gentlemen1, i�bo .wtould under/land the preftnt State of the War. New Map of the Empire of Gejuwanyj _ n wllttll JHTttUngiiiuW tliu flutes ol the Houleof Auftrk; of the Ecclefiaftkk Eledors of Mentz, Treves, and Cbiogn J of the Secular Ehclors, viz. The Duke of Bavaria, the Duke of Saxony, the Prince Palatine of the Rhine, the Marqaiis of Brandenburgh (King of Pruffia), the Duke of Bmafwick (Kjng of Great-Brhain}', and all the States and Sovereignties that are: in Suabia, Franconia, HdSii Weftphaliarthe upper and lower Saxony; alfo the States of Switzerland, the United Provinces ofthe Low'rvmi*^ Fhn. To-morrow, in a WareboyedtWsgan^JCeyGatew Church-yard; and J.Bowles, at the Black Horfe in Cornhill. Where may bt bad, Mr. Moll's hrge Adas of 30 Maps, two Sheets each, Price 11. s a. ._ his fmall Atlas of 6a Map*, bound and colour d, 17 s. �- Counties of England injo-Maps, Price 10s, . �21 4.. i Ft .^1 -9 Mvbrtife'mtnh of a wderatt. Lengtktr? taken iff for ibis Pater M ?w ;