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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 23, 1743, London, Middlesex Hawk Sloop is failed to the Northward. Came down the m. � �,r-Rr�\fricr,'-for Oporto j and remainswJkfa th&Augeifta.Tryton, �Macnamarra. for Soath: Barbary j ^A^abilla, Blake, . Iembers.tn.atrcompofe your Miniilry. 1 ftoold 'then:be totally, infenfibk, if I were undergo Concern aboutthe I m-.^patatioiis contained In-.thofe Writlnes,; Imputations whkh, indeed, are indirect,, but are nodels odious, nor lefsaoTtc--ting to any Man th.at.feek no Guilt within him- 'Wherefore, beg afavoer of your ^Majefty and the States of this-KiBgdoin, a'FawaT which I iball gratefully remember as long.as I live; that is, to.grant me a'Difmimon from my Employments,.that.they.raiay.he : put i.nto.mofe fortunate>Ha�d�. MyfHefoIuljon is ,gr i nward Reproach forces me to take it; I do it of my own;Free VVfH; andT appeal to every Swede, for. the Purity .ofmy .'Sentiments, Jbe--fore the TtibucaLof the Almighty .G.od, and before.yaur Majefty. ;But, Sire, at the fame time that J: heieechyoar Majefty *to rgrantrtne this Favour, I afc another;.and that is, to *ca�fc yuy Coa*te& j* ^be Mts�&:tafy�it&: : .The Name fbear, the Family Idefcend from, admit of r40.De>, mar in a Cafe of this Importance. fLetmebe allowed then, from this .very Day, to lay .downjny Dignityjof Senator at your Majefty's Feetr; ,but ..without pretending to be thereby Wpenfed with from clearing myfelf, fince if it everjQiould be found, that I fwerved in any one Thing from the Duty of a faithful Sabjeft, I .am ready ^.wa^L.a.way, theJStairu^with.-my-.^loiOid-iFor thefe .25 Years paii that 1 have -rendered my Ser-vvices to your Majefty and the Kingdom, "1 had the Honour to be employed in' divers', important Aflairs, wherein the -Knowledge 1acquired of the Iutexeit: of my.-Country^vyaj not ufejejs *.o.me:JMy Prjncmlei jayej&^^ the, Defire ofRiches- never Jsvayedme; ->and~a;feir.'CJharac-1 iter,, the only Qbj&3 dfanhoneft Man's DefUes, was what = 1cenftarely'fought. to.'deferve, aodwhs^ Ilflatter myfelf jo .�� have effsQt vely.de/erved_9f my.;Coqntryrnqn. Jf my Services fitvtiUejne,to.a�yrRewar4, jthe-cnly *�ne .1 aft,,is�>ie^alloafed, under thei-pTOteftion^f the Al->iiraghty, -to-go arid-pafsaway opon nvy::fifate "the re,ft of rray Days, aj^eady^ftiprteif4 by^jj^^^Qajes j .to, &e/Erjd rthar&jng.erjfir^y.:^ .E^pe/jence, j haVe^,;hcwJitrfet\feliie ,pe.ought'to. fet son \he arid' Favour - ofthis'' World, I may the better;r*epare"myfelf*for.iny next. "TRhete !mnj^'^t|^:ptpr^jr9r;^e' tQ.cjq, \ hut .to^a/Tiire ,>fipr;B�je|y J^ny^d^nt WilbfsL 5th#t.jhe/!Almighty rJttiafcl w pttafed^ocfoju-^owjviussBlefliagSoon.Tyou lathe r^d\-^yourt^gn;-^ 'profpeTthV-Kii^domj' ,and make ^t > happy, and;! t'oiinfjir|e'the Pitopie -witF Unjoa ind Cpn- ,.Uicj^ntiment#Pa*is-.of 4jher.29tbInftant,bN.S.^y, that , fthe-Ereech1 "Troops under Mar^bal'-Noailles rfre 'aftiially 3�a�ng.the}Ne#ar, '..aid- ^MM&J&iV$$&&e .fflalri. l/pm^miP^s.-.we^heav.^at. Prince. ?hades. of Lorrain -came up the iT9tb Iflftanr�N;S.. with a:Body of 6ooo;Men, at,was coming to its Relief: That vG^rnfeo^eafifted .of 7.50 le-gular.'l roppf, befides armed P^i^mts and Hamtlinen. Letters from Charles^Town| in South-Carolina, dated March 19, advife, that.Capw^^nelj.-in.ibfrijlawteBrig. was arrived there, and briujidft with.him two Prizes he had.taken in the Bay^of Me^tco';'one;of whichjprored-to be a TriVafterthMhad'beentv^^iligent,/ami taken few- t ral .Englifh Veflels. Cap^^ehhell^! reports, that on ahe \ .jdjoFM rch he iaw a Sail .ta;the WdRward of the Tor- ] tuga Bank, which he made after, and foon xanre up-with ; | me prov'd tobe theViftara Man of War of 54Gnn3. re- J turning tothe Havannah, wilh fome Mi'lions of.D61tars, ! and beirig Q> fuperiorin Force, he .was-obligM,to quit her; ; after which, (he ch>s!dhim four .Hour-; istit {h&4ceeprog j between her and histwo;Prizes (in order to keep heriLaun- � ches from boitdingihem) brought f�m -x>fi fife.-Fourteen i Sfaipsof.the Line.wereatjthe HavanBahreidy toifail. 'i he Highlanders who havedefertdi continue their March Northwards ; with the urrm#t -Expedition ; 'but'News is hourly expeftedjof their heingftpp'diby the Troops .in that Part, Orders having been'diipatehed.for thatrPufpofe^-oand Directions have alfo.fleett^iven:to aU.Juftices of the Peace, Mayors, Conllables, and other Civil Magillra^ej to ufe their utmoft'Endeavcurs to fecQte them, and give Notice to the Secretary at War. They write from the Hague, that!his Gwrce thp Duke of Richmond arrived there on Monday .On Friday lad die J /.the Lady /Mary Seott, yoongeft Daughter of his Gtasi the DuKeJof JSucjckugh ; a rnoft agreeable yoiihg Lad^ The fame Day died Mrs^Margrafs, Wife �to ?Mr- Mar-grafs, Optician to his'Royal-H^anefsthe ^Prince of'Wales at his Houfe at-Ch.anng',Crofs. v On Saturday lall the Porfer of aShip^was f^und hanging in his Lodgings at Deptfocd> On Saturday .Uft^'Mrs^Harris, a* Green'Grocer near the MiddleTemple-Backtjat?, went.jout inpeffe^ Health, but was taken ill in the .Street and. carried .home again, where, fhe.wasrtalten-with-a jVioteat ;Tit-of ^Coughing, in which (he expired. ' B A N K Ik U P T S. Richard Burrowej, llate ekWdHkll in ,t.he County %of Sfalfiwd, joyner,.CVrpent�,'-an^ Dealer in Timber. Joli&.Webb,'la^�f'the:CKy of ^Nwwichi-Yarn^Faclor. Arthur Manwaring, tjf theTPatifli df Skenfryrh ,in.(he .County ^f.Monmwh, Jnnhpldcr and-Qhapman. ...11 �! 1 11 j.i 11 i-LH^awe.xm. ji'jiiin ij� in in in -�a*kStock 147. India Ditto' 190 ,i�Lalf. SouthSea Stock 113 1 half. Ditto Old Annuities 114 1 4th a J.Sth�. .D.iKP.NfiW il5-a-l^|h. Three per Gent. Annuities 103 1 hajf. Ditto.1742, 1 half. Ditto 1743,,100 1 4th. MillionBanki 17. -..Equivalent in. Royal ^ffarance 82. London Aflura'nce 11 ^ 8ths. Eng-lilh Copper ditto 41. 10 s. Welch ditto no Price. African, no : Price. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan 1*8. -�jve,per Cent, ditto 7.7. iBank Circulation 5 I. *Prem. 'IndianBonds 4 1. 15 s. a 17 s. P.eo). Three and a half Salt Tallies 21 4th;Pr. 'Thnc.^A^f1,ppr"t?pt.'$x-cjie^u^fC/fders,^. Pr. ^�yDee ;per ^Geat^. ditfo 1 1 Jj&lf ^ " ;kets 11 High Water thisDay-at-LoooUm-Bno^e^at'l^ Minutes -after 11. CO V E N -T-hS A R D -E N. AT the 'J'hearre-Rt>ya 1 ?in'Covehx-Gitrtlen, tbi5'Day, will be prefented-a Tragedy, fcaliy lihe SIEGE Gr D - A MAS CVS. The P^rt of Caled to-be/perform'd by Mr.QUIN ; Abudah, Mr. Hale ; D^ran, Mr. Caihell ; l^hocyas, by Mr--RysrTi*j Eultiene*, Mr.Rofco ; Herbi*, Mr. Giufon ; Artinloii, Mr. Ridout ; >Sttg�s, Mr.'Garr ; 'AuA the:Part^>fEwdbciar^y ilrs: CIBBER. 1wiu1 Eirtertaiwnentsrof-'Dancing, particularly The Dutch Skipper by Mtraf. JDEL4M A1N and iVMUem. -JfNNE �URETTL And a Grand Salltft, cail'd Lt Rcndexwut GiVatit,^y Mr. COOK E and "MoaY.V I C "Le�TDefmoi(eIIes . AN'NE and JANNhTON AURETTL -Young Mafter GILEIER,'arid-others. To which will: beraided, iDramitic'-Entertainnrent/call'd The R O Y A L C H ,A C �i Merlin's Oavt. The' Charafter �t Hartequtn'tiy rMr. Woodward ; Atrial -Spirits by Mtnf.'VHfeneuTe-aTy -Mmj^LALAUZE. Boxes 5 s. Fit 3 9. Firft Gallerjr.c s. Upper Gallery i �. . ITo btgia exa&lyat Six o* Clock. _._- �_____ S A D L � R's-W E L L S. ,piic. LoveryTiw 1. ,io s. 6d. Pr. UK Y-'L A IN E For the Benefit of Term Stage-Door-keeper, >Mr.Jif//er, Mti Full wood, and Mr:^S�/^r-Nurnbirer. AT-the Theatfe-^Royal in YZrury ^rLane,  -thlrDay, Srfll: be preftnted a Comedy, r "AS Y O U X TK E I T. i i Pijke.fcn.-by MrtBiilte�} Duke Ffedejkk.by .Mr,"Wioftone; Ja- i%ne,,.^y.vM/y^M+V../rhe.iijiaitt'lPapce, by Signer � HECO ;T OR 1 N E S E rSjgww CJIIARETtA AQUILANTI, and others. V. / A Concerto on.th� Violin by-Slgnor Piantanida. .To lyhich willte added, '^-King and the Miller ^fansfield. The^. King, by Mr, Winftone j the MiJIer, Mr. Morgan ;  Joe, Mr.LoweV Dick, "Mr. Arthur; Peggy,' Mrs. King j Margery, Mils Bennet; Kate, Mrs. Ridout. Boxes 5 s. Pit 3 s. Fh-ft Gallery 2 1. IJpper Gallery 1 s. - Tolwgin at Si*b*Clocfc. " % To-morrow, The T WIN RIVALS. For the Benefit of Mr. Barclay, Mt. Pritchardj Mr. Sa�nderB, Mr. Bride, Mr. Keifher, and others. AT SADLER'S-WELLS, adjoining to the New-Rivtr,Htad, this Day, will bcperfbrmld USUAL DIVEk^IONS. With-Vanety of Tumbling and Vaulting, by Monf. GUIL1QME -and'Signor-FRANCISCfNI, latelyarriv'd.from Piris,; Rgpe^Dan-cing-by^he two MifsiRAYNERS. Pdftures, and ieyeral new'Equilihres, b,y Mr.~Bayner. With Daficiftg (both Serious and Comicj.particular\y A Grand Dance, cail'd tbt^FMj, 'by'MqnT.Fromont, and others. A Scotch Dance by 'Mailer Matthev^s and Mi& Wright. -A Grand^Eaiertainment of'Singing and 'Dancing, cail'd 'fbe AmericaT Triumph ever -the SoVJgtt, '-by Mejif.Tromont, Mr. Davenport, -Mr. Miles, 'Mrs.'Bullock, and others. -With feveral new-Songs by Mr. Hemng, -and Mrs! Aoflcy. �*#* egin.the-firft Time atTwo o^CWck, -aad-tbe Seccud at