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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 31, 1743, London, Middlesex nClm&owlm Daily Poft, ^4|iepera]i Adverfifer... NuMB'.2634 1 iVhk i* % H IT R S DAT, M a kc h 31, 1743; March ' kRfVEii :thtf.Spi^ywpfe. Tar- i -ke�; and � ""B*ad. it0^ � Jamaica ; anii^Atgent,Nowe{', �� from Opond; Remain in tbe "fcowna -theShofeham, and Deal-' i2*ftieMehofWa*. Tkrrgr and : TGraoaii lomb; the* Plymouth : T�nfport,; = wd the Outward-'. rfttf*ey*s iamyMt. .vpae*ack ? Betfeyi Bu'dden, for Pbdadel-ph�. Wiaa'W.bylyr,." ; j jSrrifviJat;fevtralPcrtj. . Tfa Abraham and Sarah* Triffer; Judith- and Bichael, = Sttfttidf and Ne*T-Excbaoge, Hair, from .London, are am?ed-at-Jamaica. ��- f": The Betty, Janoy; .from Briltol at Carolina. - , . *" * T^Vtlehght, tawes,' from Carolina ; aad Cape-Fare", . Alien* :fro*n ditto, at 'BriftoL' �^emna;7ffia2;iromn3aTl5po]y, "afBrldgwater. . _ The Cranbury, Tjuillaume; and St. Jofeph and St.. T$i- ( cholas, from Oporto, atCowes. \ ' ;The Tring-GaHy, JDorriford, from Oporto; and King j George, Cabbat, from Carolina, are arrived off Dover. , ThcGiegorius, Boliumuvfrom Bremen, in. the River. "'* L O N D ON. " 'Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland. ' According to AdwCes. from Stockholm, the 31ft of March,! N.S. was fixed'for the EJe&ion of a Suoceflbr to the Throne, and in' the 'mean Time, the Several Parties 'ivjere; labpuririg hard jo carry, the Election for their ref-pe&ive. Candidates^ .Many Members of the Dyet infixed j on putting..-off th$ Affair, 'till they (bould fee the Succefc cf the;C��rft^ces , that they begin to think themfelves fure of carrying their : Point. . In the mean time, their Warlike Preparations are carried on with.the ntmoft Diligence, and they reckon- that in the Month oft May next, they will be able to bring -40000 Men in'the Field, and alio fend out a ftrong jFIeer. ""Extra8 of a Xetttr^from leghorn, March 16, N.S- * AH oar Letters from Corfica egree, that-Lord Theo-p,- be fet (ail again for fome Ports in * Italy, in drder to take on board Warlike Stores, and fi-' ver�lCorficam wholiad promifed to join him. Thefe ' Letters add, that theCorficans have made themfelves * Maters of a very important poll near Calvi, and that ail * the lahabitants of the Province of Balagna, and feveral * other Places adjacent have taken op Arms in Favour of � Theodore.' ., � We hear from Majta, that on the 20th, azd and 2 3d ' of Jaft Month,; they felt violent Shocks of an Earthquake, * which have deftrbyed -Part of the City, and done confi- * durable Damageto the Qrand Maffer's Palace and other 4 Edifioes> Many People were buried in the Robbiflj, and * * a great many more hart. * P.S. An Englilh Ship is juft arrived in this Road, and * 'tis (aid Lord Theodore is on board of her." By Letters from Sicily we hear, that feveral Shocks of  an Earthquake havrbeen felt in that Iflimd. . " And from Naples they write, that the fame Earthquake '� w�s felt at Lecce andNardo, in the Territory of Otranto, where above 3po.P�rfbri� periflied; in the Rubbim of the Hoofes t that about 40a were killed in the fame Manner at Franca-ViUa, a Town in Citerior Abrozzi? ; and that fhe) Cities of Taranra' aivd'Brindifi, have received -cbnnderabie! Damage thereby.  They add, that the Great Doke jof l^fcany's Mmilter at Naples having prefented a Memorial demanding tbe Fiet6, Palates and Lands poffefied by the; late Elefirefs Dowager Palatine in that.Kir.gdom, was an. fwered by the MarquisdeMontalegre, Secretaryof State, * That the King would always pay the utmoft. Defeknce, * tc every Requeft^of the-Great Duke, in any Thing that .'was not prejudicial to*, his Mojefty's own Rigitta: That ^tt-�i�pe:s�*a9acqaamted witft the QJaina he has to the ��� Ailodial Effeai*f the Houfe of Medieis^ :ib Right of ' the Queen of Spain: That thofeRights.wettacknow-'.ledgedby the late Emperor Charles the 6th, in the defi- '* nitrve Treaty of Peace between that -Print* and the '* French Gburc ; that it was meerly upbn-thi* Gonfidera-' tion that hjs Cath6licfc Majefty revived totaccede to that * Treaty} and that in Porfuance of what is there ftipula- ; .*� lited,ihe King iwould ever be ready to come idaS ami- . * cabl^rAgreement fln this Head with the; Great Duke of c Tufcany.' The Neapolitan Troops that .were oh their ! 1 March to join- Coiunt Gage, haVe received Ciders to" halt ! 'tillrfurthcr Notice.- : . .. " . ' , ..By Letters from Bologna we hear, rjba^ Count Gage is actually advancing towards the Panaro, and has fent towards1 Rbmagna, all the Baggage that i9 rtot: abfolatejy � "wanted, being deierriiiqed to give the Adftria^is. Battle a | -fecond-Time.  ,From Mo^ienathey write, that Count Traah, has pailed -the Panaro, on Advice of. the Motions of the Spanilh Aijny, and that the Piedmonteze Troops Were preparifjg to follow him: So that the News of a. fecond Engagetnent on that Side is f xpefted every Day. ^ J- A Body of 20,006 Hungarians, are actually tarriVed in . Bohemia, and march with alt poflible Diligence to join Prince Lobkowitz, who, *tis faid, will undertake the Siege of" Egra in Form, as fobn as he receives that Reinforce- : meat. :.....   � ' " ; Letters from Fraricfort bring Advice, that Thetefarfie-nedidlina M^ria^Barba, .the fecond imperial Princefs, died- there of the Saaall-pox, the 29th of March, N which Offence is thereby made High Treafod. Yeftenfey th? Honourable tbe Commiffioners of the F^t- ( cife licenfed Mr. Matthew Wenman, who keep' the Lo^l- J dbh-Bridge Puncb-Houfe on London-Bridge, to rerale Spirituous Liquors; where aay Gentleman may be accommodated with Punch, ma.c of the bell Brandy or Kum, and in as deganr a manner as any Punch-Houfe in London, and in as fmall a Quantity as Three Pennyworth (as ufual.) It i& very-remarkable, that this Houfe is not only now, but under, the former Aft, the fecond Houfe licenfed in London. ^gn Water at London-Bridge this Day at w Minutes By S U B S c R I p. T j o N laft Might this, Seafon. -2 T the Theatre-Royal in Coverk-Garden, thit Day, will be p?rfotm*4 an Orttotio, cali'd S AM SO N. A CONCERTQ on the ORGAN, . Aad a Solo on the Violin by Mr. DUfcOURG. Tkkeu deliver'i to -Scbfctiberi this Day, at tile Office in Coveht-Gardea Theatre. Pit and Boxes to be put together, and no Perfcti to be admitted withW .Tickets, which will be deliver'd thii Day, at the Qffice in Covent-Garden Theatre, at Half a Guinea each. Firft CaUery 5 s. Upper Gallery 3 s. '6d. ; TheGalleries will be open'd at Pour o'Clocfe. Pit and Boies at Five, H A Y-M A R K E Tr- 9 AT the KING s THEATRE in the Hay�^ Market, Taefday, April 5, will be perform'da New OPERA, eall'd S I R B A C E. With PancEs andother Decorations entirely New. Pit and Boxes to be *r it Two Shillings each. a ;