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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 18, 1743, London, Middlesex The London Daily Poft, md* General Advertifer Numb. 281 i. FRIDAY, Nov bmb er 18, 1743, November 16, EMAIN a Man of War, and a Sloop, bat their. Names are not ytc known ; alfo the JUrfula Tender, arid the three Ships from Jamaica. Wind E.N.E. Grave/end, Nov. 15. ' PafsM by the Richard and Elizabeth, Bradford, from Oftend ; Alban, Moore, from Jamaica; King George, Warner, from Barbadoes. Gravefend, Nov. 16. Pafs'd by the Joflma and John, Harvey, from Narva; Nancy, Nefcit, from Dantzick j Difpatch,Simpfon, from Peteribargh. The James, TataellV from Jamaica, is arrived at the Mother-Bank. LONDON. Letters from Chamberry of the 4th Inftant, N.S. ad- ' vife, that the Infant Don Philip arrived there that Day ; . the Spanifh Troops came back by Degrees into Savoy, and take the fame Quarters that they occupied Iaft Winter ,-snd as the Infant has no Mind to give any Umbrage to the Republick of Geneva, he takes Care not to do any Thing contrary to the Treaty of St. Julian, in the Quartering of his ^troops. The Purveyors of the Army fetch great Quantities of Provifions and Forrage from France, theDutchy ofSavoy, being almoft exhaufted. We have a Confirmation from Ratiikm, that the Au-flrians will forthwith begin to demolish the Fortifications of Straubingen and Ingolftadt, fome Hundreds of Peafants being aljeadyordered to fet about it in Conjunction with the Troops ; but they add, that only the old Works are to be demolished, in the room of which, modem Fortifications will be made, We hear from Genoa, that the Government have come to feveral Resolutions about fuch Articles of the Treaty of Worms as concern the Republick, and have fern the fame to the Court of Verfailles, for the Approbation of his moft Chriftian Majefty. ExtraS of a Letter from Hanover, Nov. 16, N.S. * A few Days fince Baron Jaxheim, the Queen of Hun- * gary's Minifter, received a Courier from Vienna, whofe * Difpatches he immediately communicated to the King in ' a private Audience � on which Occafion, his Majefty de- * clared to that Minifter,-" That the Interefts of the Qaeen � of Hungary were (till as dear to him as ever j that he '* wonld fpare no Pains to fupport her ftill more efre&ually, �� whether by Alliances, ortythe Supplies he would de- inand of bis Parliament for the Good of the Coramon-��. Caufe j and that he Would not lifter to any Propofitions " of Peace, wherein the Glory and Intereft of her Hunga-" rian Majefly were not taken Care of.1' ' The King has . received a Letter from the King of Sardinia, wherein t that Prince thanks his Majefty far his good Offices in ne-m gotiating the Treaty of Worms, and exprefles his Satis-v faction at the favourable Turn of Affairs in Italy, * . YeRerday there was a Court of Common-Council, when a Congratulatory Addrefs was drawn up, in order to be prefented to his Majefty.. . - Yefterday the Right Hon. the Earl of Holdernefs, and his Lady, arrived at the Earl of Fitzwalter's Houfe in Pall-mall, from Holland Yefterday 25 6ne Saddle Horfes pafs'd through the City for Dover, where they are to be embark'd for France. This Day the Lottery Wheels will be brought under a Guard WiGuild-hali. On Wednefday laft the Carolina, and the four other Yatchs, came to their Moorings at Deptford. Yefterday there was Advice, that the Sufannah, Lud-dington, from Teterfburgh for Briftol, is afhore near Hartlepool, and 'tis fear'd will be loft. The Heybank, Weligen, from Dantzick for Dublin, is loft at Pbltheliy, in North Wales. The -t~, Porteous, from Riga to Burrowftownes, with four others, are loft near Montrofe. The King Solomon, -, from Cork to Havre-de-grace, is loft on the Coaftof Ireland, and all the Crew perifh'd. The Louis Dauphin, For ton, from Martinico, for Hon-flear, was loft the 25th of October at Loo near Plymouth, and the Captain, a Paflenger, and 14 Men drown'd. The John, Perry, is albore in the River of Limerick; but 'tis hop'd will be got off without much Damage. The-Loyalty of Irwin, -, from Cork, for-U&on, is put into Gall way, in a bad Condition. The George, Stephenfon, from London for Havre-de-grace; is put into Rye, very much damag'd. Yefterday James Standley was committed to New Prifon by Col. Die Veil, for felonioufly breaking open a Trunk, belonging to Mrs.- Anne Bfighcland,. and -taking out of it wearing Apparel j Linnen, Money and Rings^ to the Value of Twenty Pounds and upward?, found upon him. Yefterday one Smith, a Corporal in the Second Regiment of Foot Guards, was whipp'd on the Parade in Sr. James's Park, and afterwards drumm'd out of the Regiment, for robbing his Serjeant. � On Monday Evening, between Eight and Nine o'Clock, Mr. Wtodv Painter in Bloomfbury-fquare, was fet upon by forrie Street RbbbeR at the Corner of Holborn-Bridge, who knock'd him down, robb'd him of his Watch and Money, and made off undifcover'd. " We hear from Feverfham, that laft Wednefday Morning a Fifherman frcmIondoti,,.and a carpenter of that Place, walk'dirom Prefion-ftrtetjtheie, to St. Duniian's near Canterbury/ and back, again, - for a Sam of Money, which was won by-the former, he performing it in about t. ree Hours-; though Teckon'd 18 Milej. Laft Saturday John Jonts, was'committed to Maidftone-Goal, charged on. his owh Confeftion with felonioufly Mealing a Dun Gelding, with a Bridle and Saddle, out of a Field ip the Parifh of Peveniby in the County ofSuffex, the Property of a Perfon unknown. �Yefterday, between One and Two o'Clock, Dr. Piper, a jPhyficiah; of Afhenln Effex, was robb'd near Illford by a imgle Highwayman,, who was immediately purfued by foine Countrymen over the: Foreft,/ and twice knock'd off \ 'his HtJrfe; but he recover'd himfelf each Time, fired his: Piftols, and remounted : However, near the Green-Man,; ;he was again knock'd down by the fame P�Ton,and taken. On Wednefday laft about 10 o'clock in the Morning an Accident happened at Chelfea, near the College, viz. a Groom belonging to theHon. General Wade, was riding rl in Company with a Grenadier, who^was mounted on a fine -Horfe of great Value of-the General's, which took fright and ran away with him, and turning fhort of the Corner of the Burying Ground (where a -Penfioner belonging to the College was fitting) ran againft a Poft with fuch V iolence, that the Horfe was killed, and the poor Penfioner flung from his Seat, andfo much bruis'd, that tho' he was immediately carried to the Infirmary, 'tis thought he cannot recover. Six Ships lately arrived from Jamaica have reported upwards of 370 Puncheons of Rum;, and as others are arrived, and many more expected, it is expected Rum will be as cheap as has been known for many Years. On Monday Evening the 21ft Inftant, by Order of the Honourable the CommiJ/toners of tbe prefent State-Lottery, Mr. Richard Shergolp wiu pubtifh a Lift of the Prizes 'drawn that Day, with the Numbers entitled to fuch Prizes; and continue to publifh the Prizes that fhall be drawn daily 'till the Lottery is finifhed. AllPerfons may be fup-plied with the faid Lift, by applying to Mr. J. Roberts, Publifher, in Warwick-Lane ; or at Mr. Shergold's Lottery-Office, in Pope's-Head Alley, over againft the Royal-Exchange,'Cor nhill, at 2d., the Lift for each Day; where Tickets and Shares, alfo Chances and Shares of Chances, viz. Halves, Quarters, Eighths' and Sixteenths are are Bought and Sold ; Numerical and Regifter-Books are kept there, and all Lottery BuTinefs tranfacted in a correct Manner. At the aforefaid Office, Ready Money will be paid for Blanks and Prizes; and during the Drawing,Tickets fold warranted Undrawn. As the Drawing the Lottery is fo near as next Monday, Meff. LOWE and BERRY keep their Office open every Night till Nine o'clock,that they may more eafily fupply the Town with Tickets," and Chances, both which are divided by them into Shares in fo curious a manner, and fold fo Cheap, that every Adventurer meets with entire Satisfaction. Great Numbers are induced to come to their Office, from its being fituated free from the Interruption of the Publick Streets, in Stationers-Alley near Ludgate-ftreet, where they have alfo tranfacted their Bufinefs, with uncommon Succefs for many Years paft, having paid feveral Thoufand Pounds among their .Shares, as foon as they were drawn ; which Method will be continued in the prefent Lottery. I -High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 22 Minutes after 12. A ttU'4 R HA Y - M A R. K JE T.- f the KING'S THE A TR E in the HAY- MARKET, T�-�orrow, will be peffWd an OPERA o N X A O R, Aiexander in India. Tbt MUSICK Compoid by Mr. HANDEL. With Dances and other Decorations entirely New. Pit and Boxes to be pot together, and no Perfom to be admitted without Ticket!, which will be deliver'd that Day, at the Office in the Hay-Market, at Half a Guinea each. Gallery 5 s. By HIS MAJESTY'S Command, No Perfom whatever to be admitted behind the Scenes. The Gallery will be open at Four o'clock. Pit and Boxes at Five. To begin at Six o'Clock. %* the Subfcribers to tbe Opeia, or* dtfir'd to fend for fif/r Silver Tickets to tbe Opera-Office in tbe Hay-Market, where Attendance TOtlibe given tbit and every Day, from Nine to Ixoo, for that Purfsfe. D R U R Y-L AN E. By His Majefly'i Company of Comedians,-- AT the Theatre-Royal In Drury-Lane, this Day, will be prefented a Tragedy, call'd VENICE PRESERV'Dj O R, A Plot D fcover'd. The Part of Jaffier, by Mr. Delaue; Pierre by Mr.Bridges; Pri-uli, Mr.Winftoncj Renault, Mr. Crofsj Bedamar, Mr. Blakes j Duke, by Mr. Tafwell; Spinofa, Mr. Turbutt; Eliot, Mr. Green j Officer, Mr. Ray ; and the Part of Belvidera by Mrs. Giffard. To which will be added a Farce of Two Ads, call'd The ANATOMIST, OR, The Sham-Doctor. Monfieur le Doftor by Mr. Blakes; Crifpin, Mr. Yates ; Old Gerald, Mr. Tafwell ; Young Gerald, Mr. Green; Martin, Mr. Morgan j Simon, Mr. Turbutti Angelica, Mn.Ridout ; Beatrice, Mrs. Bennet; Doelor's Wife, by Mrs. Edgerton \ Waiting Woman, Mifs Cole. Places for the Boxes to be taken at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. To begin exaftly at Six o'Clock. C O V EN T-G A R D E N. Not JSied thefe Five Tears. AT the Theatre-Royal in Covcnt-Gardeirr this Day, will be prefented a Comedy, call'd I he CITY WIVES CONFEDERACY. The Part of Moneytrap by Mr. Hippifley ; Gripe, by Mr. Rofco; Dick, Mr, Hale ; Brafs, Mr. Chapman. Clariffa, Mrs. Horton j Araminta, Mrs, Hale; Corinna, by "Mifs Hippifley j Mrs Amlet, Mrs. Mulllart; the Part of Flippanta by Mrs. Vincent. To which �ill be added a Tragl-Comi-Paftoral Farce, call'd The WHAT D'^ E CALL IT. The Part of Timothy Peafcod by Mr. Woodward $ Sir Roger by Mr. Rofco ; Thomas Filbert, Mr. James; Peter Nettle, Mr. Hippifley ; Steward, Mr. Andezfon ; Kitty Carrot, Mr.'. Vincen1 i With the Song ,cTv3atwben tbe Seas were roiring by Mrs. Dun&�H Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Page, at the St ae-Door 6f the Theatre. To begin exactly at Sir o'Clock. Bank Stock 147 .1 8th. India Ditto 196. South.Sea Stock 113 58th*. Ditto Old Annuities 114. i half a 5l8ths. ; Ditto Mew 115 1 4th a 3 8ths. Three per Cent. Annuities 103. Ditto 1742,103. Ditto 1743, 161 1 8th. Million Bank 118 1 half. Equivalent 111. Royal Afforance 80. London AiTurance 11 5 8ths. Englilh Copper 4I. 15 s. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 3 1. as. 6d.Pr. India Bonds 4 i. 18 s. Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 Pr. Three and a half per : Cent. Exchequer Orders 4,1 half Difc. Three per Cent. Ditto 2 Difc. Lottery Tickets 111,7 s. a 5*3.6 d, a 6 s. Eaft-India Houfe, Nov. i6, 1743._ ; TT�//� Court DireSors of tbe United Com- party of Merchants of England Trading to theEajl-Indies, do hereby give Notice, that a General �>uarterlyCourt twill bt holden at their Houje in Leadenball-fireit,on Wednefday the lift of Qeteriiber next, at Eleven in the Forenoon; Thai the Transfer Boeis of the faid Company viMbefbut uponTburf day the zid of faid December, at Two o*Clock, and opened on Wednefday the i gth of January next; and that the Di- ~2 vidend Warrants due at Chriflmas vjill be. JiutnJ iwi Monday the zftb of faidjahu ahuary. To prevent IMPOSITION, STRONG and Fine-fkvour'dBATAVIA. ARRACK, for 12 s. 6 d. per Gallon, if taken from the India-Houfe, being 3 s. fer Gallon preferable to what is generally- fold. Eriquire of the Clerks at the Company's Warehouse, Lombard* Areet, where Samples nay be had at 6 d. per Gallon Advance. . _ . , By Order 1/ tbit Company, Brandy.mrebsufe, J qn B-^J-fck Lombard-ftreet._ 1 .PrOQnCK. For SALE by tbe CANDLE, On Friday, December a, at Twelve o%Cloci at Noon, At LLOYD's Coffee-Houfe in Lombard-ftreet, kHE Sr. George Gall y, __with 16 Carriage Guns, a Prime Sailor, Square-ftern'd, built at Stockton, about : Years old. Burthen ^pT^^ mrirr T , with proportionable Dimenfions, now lying in Cburcb-Hole, Rotberbitb, John Raf-ton, late Commander. Inventories may be feen on Beard the �ud> Gaily, and at the Place of Sale. To be Sold by JOSEPH WATKINS, Broker. Who Buys and Sells all Manner of Merchandize and Ships, at Pub-lick and Private Sales: Enters and Gears Ships, Sec. at the Caftom-Houfe, and takes out Mediterranean PafTes. Aite, He hath alfo feveral Ships to fell by Private Contraft._ STATE-LOTTERY TICKETS Bought and Sold by THOMAS COX, Under the Royal-Exchange, WH O his kept an Office above twenty Years, where every Kind of Bufinefs, relating to the Lottery, is transited with the utmoft Exa&nefs and Fidelity. Chances fold, and Tickets and Chances divided into Shares, viz. -HALITE QgARTERS, EIGHTHS, flhd SHCTgENTHST Although the~Purchafe-Money of Chances, and Shares of Chances, is much lefs than of Tickets and Shares of Tickets, yet the Adventurer will have, as good a Chance for a Prize by the one as the other. i The firft Ticket that fljall be drawn of two, or the firft five of ten, may be bought at a much cheaper Rate than in the common Way.  Any other Method that is or fhall be pracWed more agreeable to Adventurers, fhall be done at the loweft Prices ; and fuch Perfons as may not fully underftand aj,y of them, fhall have them explained by calling at the faid Office. Tickets Regifter'd, and in Time of Drawing daily Infured from Blanks. Money for Blanks and Prizes as foon as drawn._ At the State-Lottery Office, Charing-Crofs,- DireSly behind the King on Horfeback, Kept by Mr. WILSON, Wbicb bat been fo remarkable in all former Lotteries for Sbaringt Selling, or Rtgifttring tbe largefl Prixes, particularly in tbe lafl Lottery, No. 12883 a Prize of 10000). and 51047 a Prize of 5000 L HOLE Tickets and the Chances of �Tickets, in 1 he cheapdl Maimer, are there to be Sold, ana a larg"er Variety of them than at any other Office. Tickets are there divided into Shares fo low as Sixteenths, that Adventurers may have an Opportunity of extending their Chance ts feveral different Numbers, fo as to be almoft fure oT a Prize. Shares of Chances he fells at the following Prices, viz. Half a Ticket Quarter � Eighth �--- Sixteenth.- 2 10 5 'I Q o o 6 which may win /. 5000 > 2500 . 1250 625 As his Regifter was always the moft correct, fo to preferve its Rar putation will have three experienced Clerks at Guildhall to take a regular Account of the Numbers during the Drawing, which will begin next Monday; he gives the moft Ready Money for Blanks and Prizes, anid "pays off hjs fhared Prizes on Sight. %*. Tickets purchas'd of him Heed no Endorfement on the Back-fide, he laving them immediately from the Bank. I AT the Old LOTTERY-OFFICE, at-North's Coffee-houfe in King-ftreet, near Guildhall, Tickets are fold by v JOHN HARFORD, Broker. And for the Conveniency of fuch as are willing to extend their Chances, Tickets will be divided into Shares; where any Perfon may have a Half, a Quarter, an Eighth, or Sixteenth Part, or Share of a Ticket. _ -AMb-willb� kept during the Puwlug, usntQ.Numeiiaand Ke-gifter Books j where any Perfon entering their Numbers, and paying 6 d. per Ticket, fhall have an immediate Account of their Succefs, if in Town, and by the firft Poft to any Part of Great-Britain or Ireland. The Blanks and Prizes to be paid at the Bank in transferrable Annuities, to bear 3 per Cent, per Annum, without any Deduction. Letters, Port-paid, wi 1 be duly anfwer'd. Schemes gratis. Note, The Lottery will begin drawing next Monday. Ibis Day is pabltfbea, Price 6 d.-- Letter to---, concerning the __Abufe of Scripture Terms. Occafioned by fome late extraordinary Peiformances. Tbe Brainleft Wits, the Baptized Infidels. Printed far J. Roberts, in Warwick-Lane. Adverttfements of a moderate Length are taken in for this Paper at T�uo Shillings each. -2 -2 3. -2 -3 3 3 ;