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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 26, 1743, London, Middlesex The London Daily Pod, and General Ativ^tifer. NUMB; 2&X& SATURDAY, November '26, .1743  Deal, November 24. I HIS Morning hk Mayfly's Ship the Phcenix failed to the Weft-ward. Came down Duke of Lorrain, Newton, for Gibraltar} John, Holme, for Gibraltar j Gilbert, Pringle, for Antigua 5 and remain, with the De Bury Van Seyden, Capt Peterfon, a Dutch Man of War i and the Outward-bound. Arrived Holland, Elg2te,-fromBriftol. WindS.W. Grave/end, Nov. 24. fPafe'd by MerCHry, Allen, from Maryland 1 Expedition, Friend, from Virginia j Anna Elizabeth, Nordan, from Bilboa; Anne, Clark, from Jamaica -, Ufro Jacoba, the Anna and Elizabeth, and Lady Jacoba, from Bilboa. Arrived at fiveral Ports. The Mary's Reign, Keddall; Charming Patfey, Staples; and Princefs of Wales, Redwoed, from Barbadoes, are arrived off Dover. The Prince of Wales, Brteler, from Newfoundland, at Naples. The "Lawrd, Sears; and Seahorfe, Boon, from Jamaica, at Liverpool. The Samuel and Mary, Gaden, from Newfoundland ; and Doddington, Scott, from Oporto, at Pool. The Vine, Gould, from Carolina, at Mount/bay. The Europa, Dawfon, from Oporto ; and Elizabeth, Clark, from Gibraltar, at Portfmouth. LONDON. Some Letters from the Hague fay, that the Lord Carteret during his fhort Stay in that City, fettled a Cartel with the Spanilh Embaflador for exchanging Prifoners, which Cartel had been propofed fome time before, but was only ne-gociated by Letters between the faid Embaflador and the Bri-tiOi Minifter. According to fome Advices from Conftantinople, which | come by the Way of Peterfburgh, the Grand Signior is fo hard put to it by the Perfians, who are much fuperior to hit Troops, both in regard to Numbers and Difcipline, that his Sublime Highnefs is forced to drain his European Provinces of Troops. They tell us from Vienna, that the Dutch will make an Augmentation of 30,000 Men in their Troops, and that the Britifh Land Farces are to be augmented by 10,000 Men } "by which Means they hope to be ftill upon a Par with the French next Campaign. Advices from Prague fay, that the Regency of the City have received Orders to get 10,000 Men in Readinefs to march by the latter End of February next; and that the reft of the Troops and Circles of Bohemia are likewife ordered to raife  certain Number of Troops, every one according to its Ability ; but they do aot compute how many Men this laft Article will produce. We hear from Hambourg, that large Magazines are e-recling at Bremen and iu fome other Places of that Dutchy, and in that of Verden. They tell us from Florence, that Admiral Matthews ha3 declared to the Regency of Tofcany, that if the Englifh Men of War are never fo much wanted on that Coaft, he will not fend them away, unlefs they excufe fuch Ships from performing Quarantain there. We hear, by Letters from feveral Corporations, that AddrefTes are preparing to his Majefty, not only to Congratulate his Majelty on his fafe Arrival, but on his Glorious Succefs at the Battle of Dettingen. The Right Hon. the Lords of the Admiralty have ordered the Greyhound Man of War, Capt. Boys, to fail in a. Day or two from the Nore to the Coaft of Africa ,� and to take under her Convoy fuch Ships as are ready to fail. Yefterday the Merchants Trading to Ruffia had a very grand Entertainment at Pontack's.where were prefent Prince Sherbatow, Ambaffador from the Emprefs of Ruffia, his Grace the Duke of Newcaftle, the Hon. Henry Pelham, Efq; and feveral other Perfons of Diftin&ion. By Letters from Jamaica, we have an Account of the Death of Capt. Turner, an eminent Merchant of Kingfton in that Ifland. And, Alfo of the Death of Mr. Boreman, an Attorney of great Practice. And from Barbadoes there is Advice, that Captain Jofeph Kerwan, Commander of the Bridget, died there the fixth Day after his Arrival. Letters from Dublin, dated the 19th Inft. fay, that it was thought the Trial would End that Night, between Mr.Annefley, and.the Earl of Anglefea ; but as the Caufe had been fo long as eight Days a hearing, it was thought the Jury wou'd not brine in their Verditl before Sunday.-Different Letters fpeau differently of this Affair; and each, ss the Writers ftand affected. The Rev. Mr. Samuel Seyer, A. M. is unaniraoufly chofen Fellow and Tutor of Pembroke College, Oxford, in tie room of the He v. Mr. Thomas Parkes, A.M, who ilied a few Days ago. Tuefday laft being SL Cecilia's Day, there was a grand Perfopmance of Mufick at the Sardinian Ambaflador's;" the principal Violin by Mr. Delahoyde, lately arrived from Dublin. On Tuefday Night laft one Mr. Farrell was attack'd near Golden Square by two Street-Robbers, one of whom ield ^drawn Hanger to his Throat whilft the other rifled his Pocke-.s, and afterwards cook from him a Green Bag, which were fome Writings, Yefterday No. 8,315 was drawn a Prize of 5001. and 70,496, 56,209, 25,708, 27,694, 55,514. 9>s9h 77>37t>> 38,596, 8,564, 46,455,, 32,416, 28,359, 44,592, and 894, wsre drawn Prizes of 1001, each. We hear, that there are two Britifh Men of War lying , off the Harbour of Dunkirk ; to watch (as'tis laid) the Motions of fome Veffels in that Place. Oa Thurfday laft died, at her Houfe in Petty-France, Weftminfter-, Mrs. Brooks, a Gentlewoman of good Fortune, much lamented. The fame Day died, at her Houfe in Brook-ftreet near : Grofvenor-fquare, Mrs. Hornfby, a Widow Lady, of a large Fortune. Yefterday Philip Eales, and a Woman, who calls her-felf Mary his Wife, were both committed to Newgate, by Col. De Veil, for contriving to have a Gentleman of fome Diftin&ion hawl'd by Force, into the Nip hi Cellar they keep near the New Church in the Strand, about Two o'Clock in the Morning, where he was obliged, by being piit in fear of his Life, to play with the faid Eales at Huftle-Cap, whether he would or no, was ftripp'd of his Gold Watch, and robb'd of a great Number of Guineas; and the better to prepare him for the Difcipline he was to undergo, he was, by Force, dragg'd into a Back-Room, where he was immediately fwaddlcd in a Blanket and Quilt, and almoft fmother'd to Death by a Woman, who threw herfelf upon him, and ftopt his Breath. Yefterday about nine o'Clock a Fire happened in Artillery Lane, Spittleficlds,-which began at an empty Houfe next Door to a Dyer's,and burnt down the fame and another adjoining, and damaged fevertl others; but by the Afiiftance of divers Engines it was happily cxtinguiflied. As it has been found by Experience, that the Examining, daring the Hours of Drawing the Lottery, is fo great an Interruption as to hinder the Correflnefs that ought to be in a Numerical Book ; therefore thofe who enquire for their Friends in the Country, or themfelves, are defired to call after Three o'clock at LOWE and BERRY's Office in Stationers-Alley, Ludgate-flreet, who have taken all pofli-ble Care to prevent any Interruption. to their Polling the Numbers, therefore they may be depended on with the greateft Certainty ; and to preven' the Town being impofed on by People unknown with Counterfeit Tickets or Blanks, they will warrant all thofe bought of them to be Undrawn and good Tickets with their own Hands. . Shares are fold, and Chances in the fame Manner, with the greateft Security. No. 79,320 drawn laft Monday a Prize of 20001. was fold the fame Morning at their Office* IRELAND. Kilkenny, Nov. 14. This Day the Clergy, Gentry and Tradefmen, to the Number of about two hundred, who have formed themfelves into a Society for Encouragement of Trade and Manufactures in this City, met at the Tbolfel, unanimoufly elected William Evans Morres, Efqj Prefident. Their Subferiptions to be diftributed in Premiums will a-mount to about Forty Pounds a Year. The Corporation have granted twenty Acres of Land, and thirty Pounds per Annum for ever, for electing a Charter-School, and have opened a Work-Houfe &r employing the Poor to Spin, &c in which Twenty-five are now employed and the Numbers are daily encreafing. Ca/lleblany, Nov. 12. Laft Night died here the Rev. Mr. William Creichton,^Rector of Enifkeen in the Dio-cefs of Clogher. He was Great Grandfon to one of the Earls of Dumfries in Scotland, and a Gentleman much regarded by all his Acquaintance, and particularly happy in his Humour and agreeable Converfation. Limerick, Nov. 15. Laft Saturday Night died Mrs. Taylor, Wife of Edward Taylor, Efq; at his Seat at Bally nort. She was an agreeable Lady," much efteemed by all her Acquaintance, and her Death is greatly lamented. Dublin, Nov. 19. The Hon. John Fitzmaurice, Efq, is elected Knight of the Shire for the County of Kerry, in the Room of Arthur Denny, Efq; deceafed. On Wednefday Morning laft the Right Hon. the Lady Vifcountefs Mayo was fafely delivered of a Son, at her Houfe in Bolton-ftreet, to the great Joy of that noble Family. Laft Week Mr. John Marfhal of Armagh, was married to Mifs Creighton, a very agreeable young Lady, with 1200 1. Fortune. The Tryal between James Annefley, Efq; and the Earl of Anglefey is not yet ended. They are now examining Witnefles in Behalf of his Lordlhip. We hear that the Elephant of Hamburgh, a fine Ship, Capt. Derks, Commander, bound to Lifbon and the Straits, was loft on the Coaft of Wales, and it is faid all the Crew periftied. And the Owners Adventure of Milford, Phillip Beggs Mailer, was loft going into the Harbour of Liverpool, but happily all the Crew were fayed. We hear from Belfeft, that the Jane and Draper, John Dyet Mailer, which was put into Portaferry by contrary Winds, failed from thence on Saturday Morning for London. And That on Monday laft the Royal Scott Regiment of Foot, commanded by Col. Sinclair, arrived there in its Way from Stranrawr in Scotland to Cork, after lying feveral Weeks in the firft mentioned Place Wind-bound. Tuefday Night laft one Ryan, a Butcher in Caftle-Market, attempting to make his Efcape from the Watch, to whofe Cuilody he was committed for a Riot, received a Blow �n his Head by a Bill-Hook, which kill'd him on the Spot. " Laft Week a Servant of Capt. Maxwell's at Fellows-Hall near Armagh, being fick, his Mother, a little Boy, and his Fellow Servant, went to fit up by him all Night; in the Morning the fick Man and the other Servant were found dead, and the Woman and Boy very ill; the Boy is now recovering, but the Woman's Life is defpaired of. Our Markets nave not been known more . reasonable; Butter being at 18 s. a Hundred, Beef and Mutton at 1 d. per Pound, and Bread 21 lb, for a Shilling. High Water tbis Day at London-Bridge at 39 Minutes after 6. Bank Stock 146 1 half. India Ditto 194. South Sea Stock 112 1 half. Ditto Old Annuities 113. Ditto New 114. Three per Cent.Annuities 102 3 4ths a 1 half. Ditto 1742,102 3 4thsa � half. Ditto 1743, joi 1 4th. Million Bank 118 1 half. Equivalent 111. Royal Aflurance 80. London Affurance 11 3 4ths. Englifh Copper 4 1. 15 s. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 3 1. 2 s. 6 d. Pr. India Bonds 4 1. 18 s. a 16 s. Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 Pr. Three and, a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 4 1 half Pr. Three per Cent. Ditto 2 Difc. Lottery Tickets 11 1. 3 s. a 111. HAY-MARKET.- AT the KING'S THEATRE in the hay-MARKET, thii Day, will be perfonn'd u OPERA, call'd R O X A N A i O R, Alexander in India. 'The MUSICK Compos'd by Mr. HANDEL. With Dances and other Decorations entirely Ntvi. Pit and Boxes to be put together, and no Perfoas to bs admitted without Tickets, which will be deliver'd [this Day, at the Office In the Hay-Market, at Haifa Guinea each. Gallery 5 s. By HIS majesty'S Command, No Perfons whatever to be admitted behind the Scenes. The Gallery will be open at Four o'clock. Pit and Bows at Five. To begin at Six o'Clocfe. Ticketife the Opera-Office in the Hay-Market, tobert Attendance will be given tbit and every Day, from Nine to 1w, for that Purfeft. DRURY-LANE. Not ARed thefe Ten Tears. ,_____ By His Majeflfi Company of Comedians, AT the Theatre - Roval in Drury-Lane, this Day, will be prefented a Comedy, call'd The G A M E S T E R. The Part of Young Valere by Mr. Giffard; Sir Thomas VaJere, Mr. Tafwell; Lovewell, Mr. W. Giffard; Marcprs of Hazard, Mr. Bbkes ; Heftor, Mr. Yates 5 Dorante, Mr. Collins j Count Cogdie, by Mr. NeaJe j Mr. Galloon, Mr. Morgan j Box-keeper, Mr. Crofs. Lady Wealthy, Mrs. Ciffard j Favourite, Mrs. Ridout; Mrs. Topknot, by Mrs. Yates j Mrs. Security, Mrs. Edgerton j Betty, Mi*-Horfiogton j And the Part of Angelica by Mrs. Woffington. With Entertainments between the Atts, viz. Aft ii. Singing by Mr. Sullivan. Ail iii. A Dance, call'd the Italian Mafqueradt by Monf. Mailmen?, Mr. Deffe, Mr. Liviez, Mrs. Walter, Mrs. Thomfon, and others. Act iv. Bumper'Squire Jtnet by Mr. Sullivan. To which will be added a Farce of Two Afis, call'd The LYING VALET. The Part of the Lving Valet by Ms. Yates ; Gaylefs, by Mr. Blakes; Tuftice Guttle, Mr. Tafwell; Beau Trippit, Mr. Neale; Melifia, Mrs. Bennet j Mrs. Gadabout, Mrs. Egerton j Mrs. Trippit, Mrs. King ; Kitty Pry, Mrs. Yates. . f jacei_for the Boxes to be taken at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. To begin etaftly at Six o' Clock. COVEN T-GARDE N.- AT the Theatre-Royal in Covrnt-Garden, Monday next, will be prefented the Tragedy of OTHELLO, Moor of Venice. The Part of Othello to be perform'd by Mr. quin ; Iago, by Mr. Ryan ; Cafllo, Mr. Hale ; Roderigo, Mr.Woodward; Brabantk), Mr. Gibfon ; Lodovico, Mr. Rofco j Montana, Mr. Ca-fhell. Emilia, Mrs. Woodward; And the Part of Defdemona by Mrs. Horton. And Entertainments, as will be exprefs* d in the Bills of the Day. Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Page, at the Stage-Doos of the Theatre. To begin exaftly at Six o'clock. LONDON INFIRMARY,- {In Prescott-Street, GoodmanVFields) For Relieving Sick and Difeafed Manufacturers, Seamen in Merchant-Service, and their Wives and Children. HPHIS Charity being obliged to refufe great Numbers of Patients, whofe Cafes required Salivation, for Want of a convenient Houfe, or Apartment near at Hand for that Purpofe, and finding the NeceJJsty of fuch an Addition to the Charity, from the miferable Condition thofe poor ObjeSs have been in, ivho have applied here for Relief, tb$ Governors have thought, proper to take a Houfe in the fame Street, as a Lock to the In�rmary,/�r the Benefit of fitch as may hereafter apply j and to give this public k Notice, that any perfon under the Misfortune of the Foul Difeafe, or other Complaints that require fuch Provifion, may apply to this Infirmary, and on paying a moderate Sum for their Subfijlance during the Time of Cure, if they are recommended, or appear to the Governors prefent, to be proper Qbjecls of Compaffion, they ivill be received or advifed every Morning from the Hour of Eleven ''till One. November ii, 1743.__ IMPORTED In the Prince William, Richard Hind, from Rotterdam, Quantity of Frefh German __. SPA - WATER, in Whole and Half Flaiks, taken up from the Pouhon Spring, io dry, ferene Weather ; the Arms of the Prince of Leige by Special Priw'/ege of his Highnefs, are imprefs'd in Glafs on the Neck of each Flalk, agreeable to the annex'd Impreffion. This Water, with thofe of Pyrmont, Selter, Holt, Scarborough, Cheltenham, Bath, Brifloi, and other Englifli Purging Waters, are fold at the loweft Prices, and deliver'd to any Part of the Town, fre� of all Charge, by THOMAS DAVIS, Purveyor of Mineral Waters to bis Royal Highnefs the . Prince of Wales, From his Wat-rWarehoufe in St. Alban's-Street, Pall-Mali, and from his Warehoufe in Mark-Lane, Fenchurch-Street. Note, Juft arrived Frefh Pyrmont Water, and this Day Landed a Parcel of Scarborough Water, A1 OfSO ;