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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 12, 1743, London, Middlesex The London Daily Poft, s^G&t^^^p^aj^i:i N I IX S AT DAY, ,N b v � m b e r, 12, '. 1743  i r Deal, November io. ; A M E down and fail'd.Sufannabj!; Bradftaw, for : Madeira. � Pur back Bragansta, Lyon; and' -the: I , Withington, Allen, for Lifbon 1  Elizabeth, Leggj. for Gibraltar.' - Came down Levant Gaily ;Sharp,Y for Lifbon j Providence; JftlCall,' for. Madeira ; Mary, Fearce/for ,Exon; and remain with the MenJ of. War and Outward-bound a* in  my laft. Arriv'd Gordon, Carlton, from Jamaica ; In-duftry, Booth, from Virginia. Wind S. W. 'Grave/end, Nov. jo; Pafs'd by the Anne Long, from Peteriburgh ; Mary, Hammond, from Riga; omerfet, Taylor', from Newfoundland; Sally, Lane, from Virginia ; New Bolton. Darby, from Bofton ? Greyhound, Ward, from Jamaica* Mary-Anne, Andrew, from Stand-gate-Crcek. . -.    ' Arrived at feveral Ports. The Toogood, Gordon, from Jamaica, is arrived at j Briftol. The Two Sifters, Woodhoufe, from Jamaica ; Happy, Brehall, from Barbadoesj and Profperous, Swinfon, from Antigua, are arrived at Lancafter; - :y|ie Wijjppghby, Torbett, from Jamaica, atLeverpool. ?The Prince of Orange, Bark, from St. Kitts, at Milfbrd. LONDON. Yefterday two of his Ivlajefty's Coaches fet out towards Greenwich and Blackheath ; and.the Guns were drawn out , in the Park, to be ready againft his MajeftyVArrival. � nThe.Britannia.rHowlatfoa; who--ife arrived - in the River from Rotterdam, and had feveral of his Majefty's Servants on board, was eleven Days in her Paffa*ge, and had very bad Weathf i; all the Time, infomuch that it waa fear'd /he waskvft^  �. [�-� . - :  .Yefterday was brought to the King's Warehoufe at the Cuftom-houfe, under a ftrong Guard, fix Horfes loaded with Tea, which were feiz'd- by: Mr. Marflial and Mr. Boultori, tvvo Cnftomhoufe-Officers. The Horfes were afterwards fent to the White Horfe Inn in Seething-lane. There is a Report in Town, that a large Ship from Ja-jnaica.is taken and carried,- into: Dunkirk ; but it is generally believed to have taken its Rife from the taking of the Recovery, Swift, which was intended to be carried to Ca lais, but loft.near tba;t Port, ..... ExtraS of a Letter from Comes. � On Friday the 4th of November, being the Anni- * verfary of the Birth of King William III. of Glorious ' Me8?Prv> came. on here the Election of a Prefident of * the Loyal Society, when Nichi.Dobree, Efqj was una � nimovdlyj chofen, after, an.; elegant Entertainment'at the * "Vine-in this Town, where went drank the Healths'of his � M^eftyrvthrftinteandjfnncefs.Qf.Wales, the Royal Fa � mily, theT Duke pf Bolton. (oUr wo'rthy Governor) the "Lords'of the ..Re^encj^and maayiother-.Loyalifealths * and the Evening..concluded with Fire-works-,;jlllumina-� iicfjsr,and.o^er.puWick^DenK>aftfatJon9 of ]oyi � ^By the laft Ships: ffomjRarbadties we have an Account of the Deatj^of-^T-- Trent; Efq* arvery confidexaWe Plan ter jn thai, Iftand. . � 1 ' Qn Thurftiay Night laft was buried at St. Clements Danes,- Mr�vElizabeth Shingle,, a Gentlewoman much efteem'd. by alr'-that knew' her." She had. been �, ill of a Dropfy forvnesr fix Years, and after-ihe died,- fix Gallons of Water was taken from her. . -  Yieftarday died- at. Jus ; Lodgings in Brewer-Street, the Rev .Thomas Carphey, aged. 60.. Years } a Gentleman of great Learning,-and m^uch.lamented. ;.,r.. " On-Monday lalK as-iome Lg^ourers were digging near Canbur^HoiAe, about eight Foot from the Surface the/ found..23 .Pieces of>Money, -which they carrieaSto a_SiIver-frnith, who indifcreetly melted them-all down, except one, which Be has fince clean'di and found it to be-very fine Gold,'and coined in die Year, 1 no> during the Reign of Henry L youngeft Son of William the Conqueror. -Ori Thuriday Night laft Thomas Hill,^arnoted Card-make/, was committed to Newgate by Cel.'�.bf .Mrs. Margaret .D-'acon,,found, upon, On Thurfday laft the Report of the two Malefaflors under Sentence of-Dearh in Newgate,- >vas made to: their Ex-cdlenq�tfc^ra^ju^ices.ih-GpunciL when their Excel- ' Ar^hairi.Pa^-a Jew, (,v�ho was convicltd for Burglary) for Execution,}which,; we -hear,, will be next Monday fe'nnigfit. . " ^ , . " . . . And to Reprieve Chriftopher Smith, a German, (who was convicledJfoftcaJingT^^ hfuXand-fome. Silver,"rhe'Property of James Fitzgerald, Efqj) in order or.'Tjanfportation. r - - �: v: The right and beft Sorf of'Irijh Stuffs, made in,,thB* neateft?�iannerj! in' Variety of .^'im6^jgM^%^l#raiO: nable Mixtures, are now.fold by Weiis M(^J9artley, Mercers, at  the 'Na'kcct Boy .and Woolpack, Tn.. Lud-gateJftreet; S. Hardeyfucce'eds the late Mr. Badcock," to whom-he Was Servant. " They fell all kinds of Silks'as ufual.V  �.. '-�  � -  't'";;- " High-Water this Day at London-Bridge at 47 Minutes after 6. , ' Bank Stock 14.6 34ths a 147., India Ditto-!94.7 hal^ a 195 1 4th. South Sea Stock 113 1.4th. :.Ditto Uld Annuities- 1147 '-8th>"'a' 115"; .Ditto New 115 1 half a 5 8ihs. Three^per Cent. Annuities ioz 3 4tEs." 'Ditto 1742, io8� % 4tbs. Ditto r743i r6i. Million Bank i 18 1 4th. - Equivalent ii 1. .' Royal Affufance._8b'. " London Affurance 11 5 8ths. Englilh'Copper 4 1. 10 s. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan ho Price. Five per Cent, clitto no Price. Bank Circulation 3 I.'Prem. Tridia Bonds 4I. 19 s. a 5 1. Prem. Three and a half Salt Tallies^ Prein. 7'hree.anda half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 4' 11ialf Prtm. Three per Gent. Ditto z Difc. Lottery Tickets it I. to s. HA Y - M A R K � T.. 4T the KING'S THEATRE in the HAY-MARKET, on Tijeflay next, will be reviv'  /. /. d. A Half Chance � � 2 10 o A,Quarter , -- 1- 5 o An tighth -- - o 13 o A Sixteenth  - - , o  6 6. The Lottery will begin Drawing Monday feWight. PUTSCH -is .made to tl^e !Height or' Per /eftion, in any PrtJpbrtiori, and it'tl)eipvi^t Pr.ic.es. ' .w_s. A,L ^W^DY' RVM> AftRACK', afld-'^kXNGE .SHRUB, by Wholefale, and are Re'talea ^^.0^$* **. STRONG and Fine-fl^vpur'dBATAVIA a- .ARttACfc, for lis. 6 irper Gallon, if taken from, the In-du.Houfe, being 3 s. per Gallon ,preferab;e to what is generally fdld. A^I^ 6 cer againft Mum and Pompemiclc, to the Tune of 'the. Vicar of Bray j and the Hr--Scrubs, or a Bumper to 04d England-Huzza--k Drinking-'Seng, to the T u'ne of Dnvn atnongfi the Dead Men, Printed for B. C. in Pate*-nofter Row. 'Mverfifeminls of a moderate Length are taken in for this Paper at Two Shillings each. he. ;