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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 30, 1743, London, Middlesex W t &HE $ T> Mb* * m si^ j 1743- , " foal* November 28, t . � � � - '  - -  tSMAlN the Dreadnought* Ph�-afac, and Deptfbrd Men of War, * widthe Tenders \ the Prince of Wales, Pelly, for India; the Dutch Man of War for Lifbon; x Dutch Eaftlndia Ship Oatward-bonnd; the Fryhead, Holft, for Surinam; CorifehcyJ Philips, for Jamaica; Parham'Frigat> Davis; ......r Scroop, Conway ;Gilbert, Prin- |�j"and;WflIet,-Grjftm5, for Antigua \ DukeofLor-tain", Newton; �nd Mary and Hannah/ Savage/ for Leghorn ; Warreoj-Hiaddy, for Venice, Tagfe,'Clements ; Tfiffibn Packet, .Talbot j and Friendfliip, Roffiter, for Lisbon ; -Dargenv Nowell, "for Oporto ; Henrietta, Roily ; and Ipfwich, Hayesi for Portugal* Clayton, Woodward, foFCork j Prince WilJiamr Groute, for.Dubltn ; Lime-fton, for Topiham ; Diamond, white, for Briftol j Nancy, Arthur, for Chicheller. Arrived the Kin'gfton, Gel/, from oporto. Wind S. W. 1 'Grave/end, AW. 28. Pafs'd by the Flanders Merchant, -and the TrucJSndea'Vour, from Oflend>/Thorflas,_Thomp-foa; Doddington, Scott; Providence, -Mitchell� Sarah, Fiercy; Mary, Kilverton ; and Martha, Fennel, from Oporto � King of Portugal," Hughes j and Marmaduke, bowman, from Li/bon; Charming Sally,1 Staples; and Prince of Wales, Redwood, frornJJarbadots$ Bet fey, Birchley, from Faroe; Trimmer, Reddard, from Lifbon ; Whitaker, Whiting, from-Virginia ; Neptsfle,"GrindaJl, from Maryland; Mary's Reign, Kitter, from Barbadoes ; and Duke of R ichmond, J bad, from Standgate' Creek. The St. Andrew, Befwick, from Faroe, is arrived in the River. The Maynard, Reynolds, from Virginia, off Dover. The Thompfon, Gaul, from Oporto, at Briftol, in 8 Days. LONDON. Yefterday arrived the Mails from Flanders and Holland. Letter from Conjiantinople, Sept. 16, N.S. 4 The Balhaw of Babylon's Chiaya, accompanied by an * Arabian, arrived here a few Days ago, and were imme-"�diately admitted at theSublime Port, Dut they are not per-"* mitted to fee or fpeak to any Body whatfoever. How-'. ever, fomething has taken Wind : It is faid that the * Chiaya affures, that his Mailer is fo far from being able to "keep that Province (Babylon) nnder Obedience to the " Porte, that he rather quite defpairs of it ; for, not * having been provided with Neceflaries, there is great �4leafon to fear that Schach Nadir, by the flattering Pro- * mifes he daily makes to the Troops and the People, will * at laft gain his Ends, which are to bring about a general "Revolt in that Province. This Balhaw, moreover, openly ' complains, that notwrthftandinglhe Warning he gave to "the DryaTi, no Care.lias been taken to put in Execution � the Meafures which he judged neceflary j and concludes, * that for his Part, uotwithftanding the Badnefs of his Sltua--tion, he will do his Duty, and fhew that the Sultan is not * miftaken in the Confidence he has repofed in him j and �* that if any melancholy Accidents b�ppen,-th� Want of ' Means to obviate.them will fuffidentiy-jaftify him. : � This News; has caufed a great Corifterriation at the **Porte ; but Wthey^ dare not take-any violent Refolutiona * ^garnft this Bafhaw, in the prefent Conjuncture, they are * forced to diflemble with him, and feign to put all their * Trutt in bim for the. Prefervation of that large Province, ?4�y furniihing him with every thing that they' thJrJk'requi- fite for.engaging the Troops to do their Duty,- aadencou- * raging him to let them a good Example. ~. .� Dnring thefe Tmnfaftions Tbamas Kouli Kan has * pitched his Tents before Mouful,-but yet without begin- * xjng the Siege of it in Form. He has alfo made himfelf * entirely Mafter of the Navigations of the "River Tygris, '* whereby he draws to his Camp all the Provifions in the '. adjacent Provinces,, which, he.pays for very generoufly, * with a View to ftarve the Ottoman Troops, who really ' fuffer very much by this~Condu�l of the Perfian Mo- * narch, as does Iikewife the Town of Mouful, which, * 'tis, reckoned, cannot hold out many Days longer. '. * Thamas Kouli Kan has lately brought under his Obe-�*. dience (everal Arabian Princes by Bribes and other Means, * and now fupplies.them plentifully wilih all Sorts of Nccef- * faries, to the Fed that they may keep themfelves in Rea- * .dinefs to come and-join him with their Troops in Cafe* of * 'Need. We cannot-yet be pofitive as to his real Deugns, ' for. he lias io many Stratagems on the Anvil,'- that one or * t'other of them'always fucceeds, in Spight of all our Vi-� gilance z By threatening to fall upon divers Places altat * once, he obliges.bur Troops to run fometiraes to one Side * and fometLmes to another, and fo perplexes our Generals that., they, know not what Jto refblve-upon. Several Coun- * cils have been heldbnthis Head, and all that we know is, ' that it was unanimoufly ajgreed, that the Grand Vizir � muftgooverto.the Army,- andaft vigoroufly. Since we �* Jiave found fo great a Defertion among thp Troops that * are lent by Land to Afia, a Retblution has been taken to les,- and that thpfeCouriersopenfy declare that a new, A'U iance is-bilhei Tapis^'betw^n the tWd'Courts. We are told from Hanover, that the Crown of Great-Britain isto take again 6000 Danes into her Pay, 'and that the 4ooo.Heflun Troops; that wdreJn the EmperorV Service, will alfo be taken into the fame Pay, and ferve in the ExtraS ofx*;lMitrVjft*''CittfaatifipU,� dated 08. 28, "*; " .' jv^. . '.. ' * The Perplexity of the Porte, on Account of the En-' terprizesof Schach Nadir, atlaitdetermined the Grand Signor to have Recourfe to the Advice of the Famous Of-jnaa Bafhaw, Count Bonneval': Accordrngly1, his High-' nefs fent him Word Jbme time ago, athisCountr/Seat, ^that.he^ad .refolved b hold' a Divan Extraordinary on ' th?/Affiu*rs'pf Perfia, anddefired that he wo*uld be prefent * in it,, in ordft to give his Opinion 399� 76^409 ana 6,439 were drawn Prizes of 1001. each. This Evening being the 24th Inftant, by Order of the Hguaurabk the CommiJJioners of tie prtfent State-lotter), Mr. ^Richard Shergqld will publifli a Lift of the Prizes drawn this Day, with the Numbers entitled to fuch Prizes; and continue to publifh the Prizes that mall be drawn daily't^ the Lottery isfinifhed.. All Perfons fup-. plied with the faid Lift, by applying to Mr J. Roberts^ Poblimer, in Warwick-Lane; or at. Mr. Shergold's Lot-tery-Offioe, in Pdpe's-Head Alley, over'againft the Royal-Exchange, Gotnhill, ac zd. the Lift for each Day; "where .Tickets and Shares, alfo Chances and Share* e� Ghances� viz.(;Halves, Qgatters, . Eighths and Sixteenths ^ Bought and ;Sold; ' Namerical and Regifter.Booka ire :kep^ there,; andaUi^rt^.Bnfmefi tranfacW in a correft Manner. At th'e afprefaid Office, ReadyjMottey wilt be pah^forBlank^ and Prizes! aln^ e^foW warranted Undrkwn. A* it has been found' by Experience, that the Exa�i� Jiine, during the Hours of Drawing, the Lottery, is fo great an Interrnpaon as to hinder the Correcmefs that ought to bq-in^a Numerical.Book; therefore thofe who eaqaire fot their Friends in the Country; ;or themfelves, are defired to . call after Three o'Clock at LOWE arid BERRY'* Office in Stationers-AUey, Ludgaterftreet, who have taken.all p0fl-> ;bleCaretoprevent, any Iwerruption to.dieiipgftmg^e Numben, therefore ,they may be depended on with the greateft Certainty; and to prevent theTownbemgimpefed on by People unknown witn. Counterfeit Tickets or Blank?, tihey^will warrant all thofe bought o�-thejn to.. \K]y$$um aijd ^odTJckets.witk their\own Hjands. Shares ar^rfflld, 'and Chances in the fame Manner,, with the greateffc Security. No. 79,320 drawn a few Days ago a Prize of 20001. was fold the fame Morning at their Office. Mr. Wilfon of the oldeft State. Lottery-Office at Cha-ring-Crofs, has defir'd us to affure the Publick, that he will continue to fupply the Town as ufual, during the whole Courfe of the Drawing, (which begins each Day at Nine o'Clock) with undrawn Tickets and Shares of Tickets, as well as Chances, every Morning.before Nine, and Evening after Four o'Clock, warranted undrawn, with the fame Safety as if purchased before, the Lottery began Drawing. The moft ready Money will be given there for Blanks and Prizes,, and the exafteft Accounts of the Drawing kept for the lnfpe&ion of Adventurers. The Shares Of Chances he continues to difpofe of '(ill further Notice, at the following Prices, viz. For a Half-Quarter -- Eighth -- Sixteenth - a �1 -o � o s. 10 5 13 6 d. o o o 6 R U P T of Cheilhunt in Hertfordfhire. A' BAN K Richard Milbaok, late Mealman and Chapman. Thomas Bo wen, late of St. Paul's. Chain, London, Vintner. John Becketf, of the City of Briftol, Merchant. High Water thist^ay at London-Brioge at 2S Minutes after 10. H A Y-M A.R K ET. T the KING'S THEATRE in the __HAY-MA^KET, Satwday ne�t� wili be petform'd ib OPERA, cill'd R. O X A K A i OR, Alexander in India. n* MUSICK Cmpofd if Air. HAMDEt. With Dances and other Decorations entirely Ne admitted behind the Scenes. The Gallery will be open at Four a'CIock. Pit aad jteac� at Fir* To begin at Six o'Clock. Tie Soblcriben U tin.Open, an defir'd to fi*ifir their S&nr Tickets t$ the Open-Office w tU Hay-Market, where Atttndfen mill he give* tbu andeverfOe, from Nine U 1m>, fir that Purfif*. D R U R Y-L AN NuS Jaedibit Stafim. By His Majefifi Company of Comedian% AT the Theatre - Royal in Dfury-Lane, Te-awmw, will be p�eient*U Comedy, ealTd The O L D BAT C H E L O R. I Heartwell Mr. Bridges 1 Betmov, Mr. CiirVrd j the Part of Fon-dlewlfe, by Mr.Cibberj Sir Jofeph Wittoi, Mr,Nealej Bluff, JVfr. Morgan; Sharper, Mr.BIakcai Vaialore, Mr. Hazard \ Setter,,Mr Yates; Baraaby, Mr.Creeo. BeHnda^ by Mn.Ci&rd; Araininta, Mrs.Crofi; Silvia, Mrs.Ridoat; Lacy, MifiBennrt; Betty, Mrs. Kinf { and the Part of LastJtia by Mrs. Woffinfron. With Entertainmeats between the Ads, t!z. Aft III. A Piece of Mu��k by Mr.OSWALD oa the Violoncello. Act V. A Dance, taffifbtjtati*n Mabverdde by Mtof. MaUmenc, Mr. Deile, Mr. Uvics, Mn. Walter, Mrs. Themfc, and ciheji To ,whkh will be added a farca of Two AA*, cail'd) The ANATOMISTj Tbt Sham-Doctor. Monfieur k DoQdt by Mr. Blaka J Crifpin, Mr. Yates,- Old Genii, Mr. Ta/weTl { Yoong Gerald. Mr. Green; Martin, Mr. Morgan ; Sieaoo, Mr. TurbutU Angelka, Mra.Ridoat ; Beatrice, Mr*. Sennet j Pafior'sWiie, by Mra, Bdjertoa i Waiting Woman, Mifi Cote. Places tar the Boles to be taken at the Stage-Door of the Theatra To beiln eiaclly at Six o'Clock. c o N. V E N T G A R D E Never JSltd there before. AT the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden, this Day, will be re�ie'd a Comedy, call'd The A SSI G NATION; oa, Love in a Nunnery. Written by Mr. Dryden. Dakec#Manteaby Mr. Bridgwater} the Prince, by Mr. Ryan j aa, Mr. Hale i Camiile, Mr. Caflull; Bortito, by Mr. Chap-inaB ; Mario. Mr.Rofco j Valeria, Mr. Anderfon. Afcanio, Mjia HippUleyj Hippolite,'Mas. Hale r Lsnra, Mrs. Vincent j Violetta, Mrs. Dyxiflall j Sophronia, Mrs. James.; Frontona, Mrs. Ma'DaxV) And the Part of Lucretia. by Mrs. Horton. WitlJEnteminmentsof^Banctng-terween the Afts, viz. A Comic Dance, call'd Let Pdtfant Moijbntieurs, by Mr. VDleneuve,  : Mrs,Delag�rie>,and-odren.v \ / O \ :-- Places for the Boxes to hi takeri ot Mr. Page, at the" Stage-Door of the Theatre. To begin exa