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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 1, 1743, London, Middlesex NuM8.2jr$6*. Deal, Oftober %o. HIS Morning feveral of the Out-' ward-bound Ships failed to the Weftward. Came down and failed the Richmond, Burn, for Jamaica; Friendfhip, Harper, for Barbadoes; Molly, Crawford,-for Jamaica, Came down Jtiis Majefty's Ship Leverpool; .the Egbafton, Cobhatn, for India j and remain with the Lap-three Dutch Ships for ditto jand feveral of the Outward-bound. Wind N.N.W. Arrivals at feveral Ports. The Rudlow, Thurman, from Newfoundland, is ar-tived at Briftol." ' The Goodwin, -, from Virginia j and -, Boon, from Newfoundland, at Leverpool.  , ' * The Nancy, Tracy, from London, at Saphy. The, Mary, -, from Peterfbnrgh ; Prince of Denmark, Xohall, from Falmouth/ at Leghorn^ . ' L O N D O N. Yefterday arrived the Mails from Holland and Flanders'. .Letters from SchafFhaufen affure us, that M. Courteilles, who is lately returned from Verfailles, is. charged-to demand of the laudable Cantons a new Levy of 16000 Men for the French King's Service; and at the fame Time -offer them very advantageous Conditions, if they will re-^ew the'Alliance between them and trie Crown of France. .: They'write from Bologna, that the Auftrian Army; began its March the 19th of O&ober towards Caftel.San Pie-ttoj where Prince Lobkowitz eltabliQied his Head J Quarters : That the next Day the whole Army arrived in the Neighbourhood of Imola on the Banks, of the Saternp in Romagna,' which River Prince Lobkowitz was making Preparations to pafs, and then proceed to Faenza, whither he had. already fent fome Detachments of Huflars toobferve the Motions of the Spaniards. 'Letters from Rimini of the 226. of Iaft Month, N.S. fay that; Count Gage being informed that the Auftrian Army arrived the. Day before at Faenza, which is but 4 Leagues tliftant from the firft Pofts of the Spaniards, his Excellency immediately reinforced the advanced Guards, feenred all {he Avenues, and made fome other Difpofitioris, which ftjew that he isrefolved not to give Ground before his �ne�y. We hear from Geneva, that the French have actually reinforced the Garrifon of Antibes with 1500 Men, by ^ay of Precaution, becaufe Admiral Matthews has fome Land Forces on board his Squadron. They add, that great Preparations for War are making in all the French-Ports in the Mediterranean. . Jirom Naples we have Advice, that feveral Detachment* iiave lately marched from. thence to join the Neapolitan Army, which has been "for fome Time paft canton'd on the Frontiers of the Ecclefiaftick State. They tell us from Venice, that the Plague has made a Defarc of the Town of Santa Maura, there being but a very ioiall Number of the Inhabitants that have efcaped it; and that it makes great Havock in the Neighbourhood of Se-feenica in Dalmatia. Extra ft of a Letter from Francfoxt, Nov. 3, N.S. * The frequent Audiences which M. de Chavigny has * had of the Emperor fince his Arrival here, and the many � Conferences between his Excellency and his Imperial � Majefty's Minifters, chiefly rolled on the Execution of a * new Plan of Pacification in the Empire, wherein the In-� terefls of every Party are managed in fuch a manner as to * give full Satisfaftion and Security to them all, in regard * to their Rights and Pretenfions. This Plan has been * communicated to Prince William of HefTe CaJTel, who has engaged to impart it the King of Great Britain, and * do all that lies in his Power to make him approve it ; '" after which fome other Steps will be taken, in order to * accomplifti the great Work of Peace. Some Letters from Luneville fay, that the Gentleman lately fent to'the Duke of Aremberg, to know why the Auftrian Huflars have made Incurfions into Lorrain, went in the Name of King Staniflaus, and was not difpatched by Msrlhal Noailles, as was faid at firft : and that this Prince waits impatiently for the Duke's Anfwer, that he may know now to behave on this Occafton. According to Letters from Vienna, the Marquis de Botta bai had feveral Conferences with the Counts de Stahrem-berg, Uhjefeldt and Harrach, in which he gave them an Account of his Conduct at the Court of Peterfbufgh. He acknowledges; that he made Initances for obtaining the Enlargement of the Prince and PrinceTs of Brunfwick, but protefls that he did not therein exceed the Limits prefcribed iiim by the Queen's Inftruftions: Healfoowns, that he fell into Company by Chance, where he found.Perfons that pretended to have Caufe to be difcontented; :but heftrongly infills that he never defended to Particulars with them on that Subject j fo far from it, that he afterwards carefully; (hun'd them, except when he met them fometimes at Court, where he was very fure that they would not talk to-himof any Thing of this Nature. The King of Pruffia, to whom the Marquis de Botta has appealed to for a Teftimony of bisJBebaviour, has declared, by the Mouth of Count Dehn, his Mmifter;'at:yieMaV'!^t;^J�everfonnd any thing in his Conduct but what wa� very commendable, and that he will* be very glad to fee him again at Berlin, if Be clears hirafelf of the Charge laid agamil himt>y the Confpiraton in Ruffia. " " I^Wrs frordPettrflwrgh fay, that the Court has received an Exprefs from thef Gorernor oFDerbent, with Advice, that the Grattd'Sig^r^Airrw: joined Battle near Bagdat with the Perfian Army headed*by Schach Nadirin Perfon, and that the Tarkswej* entirely defeated. Yefterday came Adw'cethat the Recovery, Smith, bound from Jamaica to London, was taken on the 19th paft, by a SpaniQv PriyaWii;cf 8. Carnage Gnna and 100 Men, belongingvto Stv &baflraf >r* ' And on--the 2ift^Aei6itttPjii^eer took the Florimella, John'MofsV'froioj Carolina -for-London, near the fame Place. ' ^ , ; The Right Hofl. the. Lord George Sackville, Aid-de-Camp to his Majefiy, and feveral other Officers, arrived in Town on Saturday laft. The Rev. WHliani Gamey, M.A. Vicar of Weftwell, is made one of the Matters of we King's School at Canterbury, in the Room o�,Mr.^James Evani, deceafed. The LiverpoolMahpf W�|'.which.isappointed Convoy to the Portugal Ships as far; as Plymouth, (from which Port the Fox Man of War is *o proceed with them,) is failed-to the Downs. . On Saturday' laft died irt~Xbhg-Acre, Mr. Baker, an Ironmoiiger.ofcqnfii^blfijBjifineis. On Sunday vMonung-atS his' Hdufe "in Holbom, Mr.; Richards/ a ^jyrmeij^raper,^ efteemM by his Acquaintance.  s' " '. Laft Sunday fe'irugbVW^ was commit-" fed to MaidftonbGaoljn'J^ntrcharged on Oath with divers Robberies on the Highway, and taking feveral Sums of Money, and other Things, from William Hawker, William Sewelk and Jame* Shrubfall. . ' We hear Mr. T4orpV�f LeBeck's-Head in Chandojs-Street; hastwmovM,LebeckVHead;iiito the Strand, over- againft theNew-Excbatlge�3urlding9. We are certainly informed that Atkinfon\ Mpitomt of Navigation will be tanght after, his.Method by*his^only fur-vivingSon, at theBritiih;Cofieei-houfe in FinchjLane by the Royal-Exchangev^T� begin this Day from-Ten to Two, and.every Day i&the>Woeek, Sqndays excepted. Hij alfo propofes to r.)0^^i(atin^iGresk, Hebrew, Chaldee, Samaritan, and Syriae/ in. a new and eafy Way. The particular Mej^^haJT&ag Tickets into Chances, in fucli an a'dvarftage^^a^er^as; that-for 6�. 6 d. only, there is a Chance-bf,gairiirig 62$ 1. for 13 s. 1250 1. ;for-1 1. 6 s. 2500.I. CHARLES COR-BETT, at his State-Lottery-Office againft St.-Dunftan's Church in Fleet-itreet, meets with fuch Succefs, that he is . determined to; contidi^^e^mey totUbefore as well as.du> "rjng the whole Tinie of Drawing; and always keep open a Quantity of Tickets fufficient to fupply the Market. His Regifter-Book will be kept in fo Regular and Correcl a Manner, that Gendemen and Ladies who Regifter with him, may be aifured, that for 6 d. each Ticket, they ftall receive the moll early Notice of their Succefs, either in Town or Country. S C O T L A N D. Edinburgh, Oa. 24. Friday Iaft Col. Hamilton'* Regiment of Dragoons were rcview'd in St. Anne's Yard, by his Excellency General Gheft, and made a very fine Appearance. They write from Greenock, that upon the 16th Inftant arrived there the Ferret Snow, Capt. James Douglafs, Commander, for imprefling Men. She is one of his'Ma-jefly's Cruizers, and as there is a Man of War and a Tender, both, as well as Ihe, of .great Force, lying in the Mouth of that Frith, they can expeft no Trading, feeing that no VeiTels, without their Men being prefs'd, can either pafs inwards or. outwards. From Glafgow, that the Freedom of that City was ordered to be fent in a Silver Box to the Right Hon. the Lord BamfF, asti Teftimony of their Regard, on Account of the great Service done his Country, by .protecting the Trade thereof. Bank Stock 146 1 half. India Ditto, 194. South Sea Stock i 13 14th. Ditto Old Annuities 114 3 8ths a 1 half. Ditto New 115. Three per Cent. Annuities 102 5 8ths. Ditto 1742, 102 5 8ths. Ditto 1743, 1007 8ths. Million Bank 1 iS 1 4th. Equivalent in. Rcyal AfTurancc 80. London Afturance n 5 Sths. Engliftj \ Copper 4 1. 10 s. Seven- per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 2 I. 17 s. 6d. a 3 L Pr. India Bonds 41. 18 s. a 19 s. Prem. Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 Prem. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 4 1 half Prem. Three per Cent. Ditto 2 1 8th Difc. Lottery Tickets , 11 1. 7 s. a 6d. _ _  ~ �0 be SOLD, THE feveral Freehold Eftates of HENRY -ANDREWS* Efqj confifting of divers Farms ani Landi fci-tuate in or near the Town of Shaftfoury, otherwife Shaffon," ia the ' County of Wilts, being together of the Yearly Value of 310 1. Enquire for Particulars of Mr. Thomas Buck, of Feverlham in Kentj or of Mr, Derifley, of Staple-Inn, London, High Water this Day'at. L6ndbi>Bridge, ara* Minutes after 11. D R U. R ". Y-'L A N E.- By His Majefiy\s Company of Comedians, AT the -Theatre-Royal in Drur-y-Lane, this Day, will befrefented a Comedy; call'd The "CONSf AN T C OU PL E \ OR, A Trip to tfre Jubilee. The Part of Sir H^Try Wiliair to be perform'd by Mrs. WofRngtoa 5 Colonei Standard, Mr. Delane; Alderman Snjugler, Mr. Tafw.ell; Vizard, Mr. W. Giffard j Beau CUncher, bjr.Mroor of the Theatre* -To begin exaftly at Six o'clock. A COVE NT-GAR D E N.--T the Theatre-Royal in Co vent-Garden,  rr>__________-II . .... ' To-monow, will be preferred a Comedy, call'd The R O V E R > OR, *the Banish'd Cavaliers. , ThePurtnf fhr If mm, by.IU. Riin; -fiaiena. Mrs.*VltlcenTir Angelica, Mn. Horton j Col.Belvite, Mr. Hale ; Ned Blunt, Mr, Chapman; Don Antonio,' by Mr.. Gibfira; Don Pedro, Mr. Rofco ; Frederick, Mr. Bridgwater | Saiicho, Mr. Jamet.' Florrnda, Mrs. Walter j Valeria, Mrs. Hale 5 Moret!a/ Mrs. Mullart j Lucetti* Mrs.Dunftall. � To which will be added a Ballad-Farce, call'd The L O T E R Y. With Entertainrnenti ofDanc^|~&�j��n the. l4&tr --n*. Eiiiftff Aft IT. A Comic Dance, calP� L�. P*'!"'* Miifonnturt* by Mr.^JJJeneuve, Mrs. Delagarde, and others. End of the Play. A Scotch Dance by- Mr. Villeneove, Mrs. djrelented (hall be perfonal. The Subfcription will be One Guinea, Half to be paid on Subfcri-ng. and the other half on the Delivery of the_Print.*, which wjU be with all polllblp&pWa; cne1 Author being deternun d to engage ia no otker Work till this is compleated. y The Price will be One Guinea and an Half, after the Subfcription is over, and no Copies will be made of them. Subfcriptions are taken in at Mr. Hogarth's, the Golden-Head is. Leicefter Fieldsj where may be had, all his engrav'd Works. Jdvgrtjfimtm s[ a mdtntt fcng{k art taken ia for this Pafsr at Twq Shillings each. ;