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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 21, 1743, London, Middlesex Numb. 2813. O N P A Y, Nov em hr 21, 1743. Deal, November 19. ESTERDAY a Dutch Ship run on the Goodwin Sands j the Ship is intirely loft, the .Men haying all left her. We could not. get the Mafier'sName, nor theShip's. She had nothing in her but Bal-la'ft.' Came down Tagus Cle-inents, for Oporto; and remain ynth the Phceni* Man of War, and Uxiula'tender. Wind.S.W. L O N D ON. At the Court at St. James'* the i received an fixprefr.from his Mailer, went imm'e,diateIyv, to ' "to compniBent" the Prince arid1 Princefe kqyWtf The Dutch Ship loft on the Goodwin Sands on Friday was.bound from Amfterdam to Dunkirk, to take in a Lading of Corn there for Genoa. - On Friday; Night laft died at Marybone Mifs Oiborne, only Daughter of Mr. TljomasOfhorne, an eminent Book^ feller in pray's-Inn; a young Lady poflefs'd of the molt amiable Qualities. - :  On Fridaydied of?a violent Fever, the Rev. Mr. Thbr m_as.Nejle,. Minifter of Wokingham in the County of Suffolk : He an excellent Scholar, a fine Preacher, an affectionate Hoiband, and an indulgent Parent. On' Friday laft died, at; his Houfe in Gerard-ftreet, Thomas Nelfon,Ef & Gentleman of CjnJiderable Fortune. On Saturday Morning about Seven ,o'Clock, a Fire broke out at Mr. Sumner's, a Tabacconift, at the two Black Boys in Petticoat-lame, near Spital-fields, which burnt the Front of the faid Houfe, but by timely Affiftance was prevented doing any further Damage. ' Yefterday Mary Corker was committed to Newgate by Col. De Veil, for picking the Pocket of Mr. William Gar-naby of his Silver Watch near Hartihprn Lane, asfhewas walking along, which was found on the faid Mary Corker. The following is an Infcriptipn intended for the Pedeftal of a Statue going to be erected xo the Memory of the Ever Glorious King WILLIAM, on the Ford of the Sbann$n at Athlone, where his Majefty's Forces, with the moft extraordinary Intrepidity, waded the Water. " Sacred to thee-thou ever glorious Name, This Statue ftands-a Record of Thy Fame : A Monument of Liberty reftor'd ; " Of Liberty-eftablifh'd by Thy Sword. " While the rough SHANNON rolls her Silver Tide, " Or thefmooth BOYNE in gentle Murmurs glide : " Qr while their Currents to the Ocean run, " Thy Fame fliall brighten like the Noon-day Sun : " And till the Sun no more his Courfe fupplies, � Then and nofooner WILLIAM's Glory dies. " Such is the Fame Thy glorious Deeds acquire, " Time and Thy Fame together {hall expire. This Evening heing the 21ft Inftant, by Order of the-Honaurable the CommiJJioners of the prefent State-Lottery, Mr. Richard Shergold will publiih a Lift of the Prizes - drawn this Day, with the Numbers entitled to fuch Prizes; and continue to publifh the Prizes that fhall be drawn i daily "tHf the Lottery is' finished. All Perfon3 may be fup-l pl^d.with the faid Lift, by applying to Mr J. Roberts, ] Publifher, in; Warwick-Lane; or at Mr. Shergold's Lot-! tery-Office, in Pope's-Head Alley, over againft the Royal-' Exchange, Cornhill, at 2 d. the Lift for each Day; where Tickets an/i Shares, alfo Chances and Shares of Chances, viz. Halves, Quarters, Eighths and Sixteenths are Bought and Sold ; Numerical and Regifter-fiooks are kept there, and all Lottery Bufinefs 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 therprelent^Lottery is fb exceedingly more advanta** geous than any that has been thefe twelve Years, there be-jng no Deduction from the Blanks and Prizes as in the Bridge-Lotteries, it is not in the leaft furpriftng that the Demand for Tickets and Shares is fo great at LOWE and BERRY's in Stationers-Alley, Ludgate-ftreet, as their Office is the moft commodioufly fituated to tranfact the Bufinefs in the exacted Manner, being retired from the publick Streets, and as they fell them in all the cheap Methods that can be contriv'd. This Morning Tickets, Shares, and Chances, will be fold 'till Nine o'Clock (when the Lottery begins Drawing) and after. Three in the Afternoon, they �will be figned and warranted.undrawn by Mr. Lowe or Mr. Berry, that the Purchafer will not run any Hazard there of ; buying counterfeit Tickets, or Blanks, which has been the Misfortune of fome who dealt with thofe that are unknown. , - Note, Their Shares will be paid as foon as drawn, as in former Lotteries they paid feveral Thoufand Pounds, and as ; their own Bufinefs obliges them to keep the corrected Nu-' n.erical Book, their Regifter is in the higheft Reputation. B A N K R U P T. Nathaniel Wainhoufc, late of Huddersfield, but now of Rothwell in the County of York, Dry-Salter._� Bank Stock 147 1 Bth. India Ditto 196 1 4th a 196. South Sea Stock no Price. Ditto Old Annuities 114 1 half a 114 a 1 8th. Ditto New 115 1 8th a 115. Three per Cent. Annuities 103. Ditto 1742, 103. Dito 1743, toti 8th. Million Bank 118 1 half. Equivalent in. Reyal Aflurance 80. London Affurarice 11 5 8ths. Englifh Copper 4 1. 15 s. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan ho Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 3 1. 2 s. 6 d. Pr. India Bonds 4 1. 17 s. Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 Pr. Three and a half percent. Exchequer Orders 4 1 half Difc. Three per Cent. Ditto 2 Difc Lottery. Tickets u 7 s. a 2j. a!7"l-?L.\ W i- � ������ - _ ^a^^|^a^pgJn^,t|>jateJ� of.. Cumberland, > intends to take the Diveriion of Hunting in Windfdr Fbrreft. " " '' " '' "On Saturday laft a. Meflenger, with Difpatches of Impor-ta,nce, as,we. are informed, arrived at the Sar.dioia,n Ambaf-fad6r'$,Yrom'TunhV ��?^Ja8rrrr- ChJK?2Pd, Efg;. Nephew .t0 Right Hon. the Lord Chetwynd, arrived at his Houfe in I^ew Bond-ftrect,-from his Travels. s> ' ThJslDay atNihe o'Dock tne Lottery will begin to be drawn-at Guild-halL_ A' E in the perform'd aa H A Y - MA R K E T the KING'S THE A TR __HAYrMARKET, Saturday next, wiH be OPERA, call'd I R O X A N A i Alexander in India. -..'^vMUSreK Compfi%d by :Mr. HANDEL. ^7/A�DWi�c,BSiand'otBer. Decorations entirely New. -ifeiiKd'tioxe? td be piit t^e)�ef,! and no Perfoai to be admitted without:'TkkrtK1which'will be ddiver'd that Day, at the Office ia * the"l!ay-Mar&et, a"t Half a Guinea'eaqh. Gallery 5 s. - By H J S M A J -E S Y's Command, T No PeroinaSwhiteTe'r toT* admitted behind the Scenes. The GjOlg^aaiU&CTCn a{ JE4Ur p'CJock. Pit and Boxes at Five. ' " ' To begin at Six o'Clock. *n* Tie Subfcribers Jo tbtt Opeia, art defied to fendfor tbtir Silver Ticket* 'OperaiOffiee'w he Hay-Market, tebere Attendance will be given (bit and everyDpy, from Nine to Ino, for that Purpofe. High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 8 Minutes after 3. . . ' ; , D K U R Y-JL AN E. By His Mqefifs Company of Comedians, T tlie Theatre - Royal iri Drury-Lane, To-morrow, will be prefented a Comedy, call'd The RECRUITING OFFICER. The Part of Capt. Plume by Mr. Giffard; Serjeant Kite, Mr. Winilone j Bullock, Mr. Tafwell j Juftice Ballance, Mr. Bridget; Worthy, Mr.W. Gifiard j The Part of Capt. Brazen, by Mr. CIBBER j The Welch Collier, Mr. B lakes j the two Recruits by Mr.Neale arid Mr. Flay. Melinda, Mrs. Crofs { Lucy, Mrs. Bennet j Role, by MiSr Ridout} And the Part of Sylvia by Mrs. Woffington. .  And Entertainments between the Acts, viz. A?t II. Singing by Mr. Sullivan. Aft III. A Grand Dance, call'd the Italian Mafjuerade by Mfl Muilment, Mr; Deffe, Mr. Liviez, Mrs. Walter, and others. End of A& IV. Singing by Mr. Sullivan. To which will be added a Farce of Ttfo AOs, call'd The AN A T O M I ST; or, The Sham-Doctor. Monfieur Ie Doctor by Mr. Blakes; Crifpin, Mr. Yates; Old Gerald, Mr. Tafwell j Young Gerald, Mr. Green ; Martin, Mr. Morgan ; Simon, Mr. Turbutt. Angelica, Mrs. Ridout j Beatrice, Mrs. Bennet; Doctor's Wife, by MrfcEdgertonj Waiting Woman, Mils Cole. Places for the Boxes to be taken at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. To begin exafily at Six o'Clock. COVEN T-G A K D fc, JN, AT the Theatre-Royalin Covcnt-Garden, this Day, will be prefented a Comedy, call'd The OLD BATCHELOR. The Part of Heartwell by Mr. Bridgwater ; Belmoor, Mr. Ryan; Belinda, by Mrs. Walter; Fondlewife, by Mr. Hippifleyj Sir Joieph. Wittol, by Mr. Wood ward; Noll Bluff, Mr. Rofco j Sharper, Mr. Hale ; Vainlove, Mr. Gibfbn; Setter, Mr. Chapman j Baraaby, Mr. Bencraft. Araminta by Mr*. Hale ; Silvia, by Mrs. Vissent } Lucy, Mrs, Mullart j Betty, Mifs Hillyard ; And the Part of Laetitia by Mrs. Horton. To which will be added a Ballad-Farce, call'd The DEVIL TO PAY; ___ --q r,--- The Wives Metamorphosed. The Part of Sir John Loverule by Mr. Hayman; Lady Loverole, Mrs. Mullart; Jobfon, Mr. Dunftall; Nell, Mrs. Dunfhdl. Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Page, at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. _To begin exaflly at Six o'Clock._ GOODMAN 'S-F 1 E L D S.:-For the Benefit of Mrs. L O D E R, (A Widow Gentlewoman under Misfortunes,) AT the New Wells, the bottom of Lemon-firett, Gtedman'i-Ficldi, To-morrow, will be perform'd ^ Several New �zercifes of Rope-Dancing, Tarjabling, . Vaulting, and Equilibres. Rope-Dandng by Monf. Janno, Mr. Hough, and Matter Morgan. Mr. Williams will perform feveral New Exerdfes on the Slack Rope. With feveral New Songs by Mr. Brett, Mr. Cuningham, and others. Dancing by Mr. Carney, Mr. Hayes, Mr. Granier, Mr. Jlniilnj flfmir'jn...... Mil TTini|i1i_ MifiThnj. IITir Pir Mrs. Rawlings. ~ Likewife Dancing by the Two Mafters and Mils Granier. With Variety of Tumbling by the celebrated Monf. Janno, Mr. Williams, and Mr. Hough. _Mr. Williams (by Defire) will Jump through a Hogfhead with Fire in it; and likewife over Sixteen Men's Heads. The MORRIS-DANCERS will perform a new Morris of Six. The Whole to Conclude with an Entertainment, call'd HARLEQUIN HERMIT; Or, The Arabian Courtezan. The Character of Harlequin by Mr. Hayes j Colombiae Mrs. Hough j Mafter, Mr. Chettte j the Clown, Mr. Hough. Boxes 2s. 6 d. Pit or Gallery, 1 s. 6 d. N.B. Thofe that chufeWine, may have it at is. a Bottle. To begin exactly at Five o'Clock. There will be no Performance on Fridays and Satardayi all this Seafon. A" THICKFORD's ROOM in Pattton-ftrctt, in the Haymarktt, this Day, will be A BALL. Each Ticket 5 s. Dreffes to be had at the Room. The Doors to be open'd at Ten at Night. Tickets to be had at the Boookfeller's in E�eter-Exchange in the Strand ; at Mr. Webb's, a Te-yfhop on Ludgatc-Hijl, joining to Lud-gate ; at the Hole in the Wall hi Pantoh-ftreet, next Door to the faid Room ; and at Mr. Huffey's Chop-houie in Ruflel-ftrcet, Covent-Garden. *#* The Side-Board of Coffee, Tea, axd Chocolate, will be open'd from the Beginning to the End. The Perfoni concern'd in this Undertaking think it incumbent ea them to acquaint the Nobility and Gentry, that the Two BaHi at Ex-tter-Excbangt were carried on under their Direction ; buC as the faid Exchange is not to be Lett any more, we hops thofe Gentlemen and Ladies that honour'd us with their Company, will continue their Favours, which will be gratefully acknswledg'd by their humble Servants. lLo prevent IMPOSITIO N,--- STRONG and Fine-flavour'd BAT A VIA ARRACK, for ias- 6d. per Gallon, if taken from the In-dia-Houfe, being 3 s. per Gallon preferable to what is generally fold. Enquire of the Clerks at the Company's Warehouse, Lombard-ftreet, where Samples stay be bad at 6 A. per Gallon Advance. t, . ,wr i �. -By Order tf tbis Company, Br^Varebou^--i- T. BroWickr- TmT~SUGAR-BRAN D.Y, 7e be bad at 4 s. per Gallon (for Ready Money only J By the Author WILLIAM DAVIS,^_ At his Only Original Wareboufe, In Charles -Street, Covent - Garden ; APprov'd of by the beft Judges to be much fuperior to all Corn and Fruit Spirit, (the Foreign Grape only excepted.) Its Coniac-like Flavour andSoftnefs renders it pure, delicate, and palatable: By itfelf, both grateful and.cordial 5 in Punch, pleafant and agreeable ; and moft excellently adapted for all Sorts of Mixtures, as Cherries, Rafberries, Sec. whofe beautiful Flavours are often deftrby'd by a rankand foetid Spirit. As to the Goodnefs and Wholefomenefs of the Commodity which I prepare andfejij I leave it to all judicious and impartial Judges, whether it is inferior to any, and may not very juftjy-be eftetm'd the Perfection of the BritifhDiftillery, notwithftanding the malicious Iafinu-ations of fome Perfbns to the contrary. Mvertifmenls of 4 moderate Ungth are Men in for tbis Paper at T"V0 Shiilmis each. ;