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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 4, 1743, London, Middlesex Numb. 2 72** //TfU E S D A Y, Octob er 4, 1743. jHE Gibraltar and Fdrnace Bomb �reeled fo"r the River. .Arriyed; and failed his MajeftyV Sfiip the ief and Po/i^iioudi .Store-:, Arrived ajid remain the ^Salamander Bomb. evcry Day, in order to put him-felf *t??the Head of a Boo*^ Troops . but they yet guefi whether he .s to ^jHoftilitfa on the Side of Flanders, or to march towards theSj,jne- The French King... has granted'afHVent to the Sieur Laordireau, ofFomainebleau, for the foK^ang of Can--nons and Mortars with- forged Iron',' WMj ^inuch; ftronger, lefs expenfive, and much lighter tSW-^e Artillery now ufed, and will carry a Ball, as far with>^j�-Charge of Powder. A Trial of this new invented Artillery hai been made in Prefence of the Commiflaries of the Train and fome Members of the Royal Academy of Sciences/ which anfwered the Expectations given them by the Author. It is now faid that the Departure of the Princefs Louifa isdefen'd till the Arrival of an Exprefc from his Ma-jefty. Yefterday Morning the Lady of William Baker, Efq; Alderman of Baffijbaw Ward, was fafcly delivered of a Son. ., fhe fame Day a great Quantity of Gold and Silver was brought to the Bank, from on board the Lyon Man of War, lately arrived from Jamaica. On Thurfday lalt John. Berrow, Efq; was fworn Mayor of Briflol, for tbe ending Year. The fame Day Ifaac Elton, and John Durbm, Efqrc. were fworn Sheriffs. On the z$th pafti John Cornelius, Efq; and ,Mr. John jerumi were iworn into; the Office of Bailiffs of Ipf-wich, for the Year enfuing.* ,:r The fame Day Jbfeph'Neecb, Efq; was fworn into the Office of Mayor of Yarmouth, for the Year enfuing. -:;i 0n Monday fe'nnight came on at Exeter the Election of a Mayor.\'forfthe.vYear enfuing, when Mr.-Alderman Cur lorn, and PhilipElftdh, Efq; were put in Nomination j which ended the'nejee Day, 'when; on calling ijprtheP61l, -Mr.Elfton had a Majority of rj7,'and was therengbn declared duly ele&ed.. Yefterday the Mary, Coates, with a valuable Cargoe on board, from Hudfon's Bay, arrived in the River, They write from Norwich/ that on Saturday fe'nnight the; Rer. Mr. Nunn Pretyman was inftituted by the Lord Bifhop to^ ithe.Recldryrbf Cottoil. .. On the Monday following, the JRev. Mr. Thomas Pre-; tyman was inftituted to the Rectory of Froftenden. ' On Tucfday the* Rev. Mr':- Henry Hill was inftituted to to Rectory of Buxhall. And .. fl&Kn Friday the Hon. Henry Hervey, Clerk, Son to the Right Hon. the Earl of Briftol, was inftituted to the Rectory of Shottcrly ; All ia Suffolk. * S C O T L A N D. . . Etlittbrkgb, September 27. Extra3 of a tetter from $� board bit Majefiyi Ship the. Folkftone, in Leghorn Road, dated Auguji 6. ^ ' As we came, lately from Turkey, the French mali-' cioafly fpread a Report, that we bad got the Plague on -* board our Ship,, and caufed it inddftn'aufly to be infinua-i>* ted to* Admiral'Matriiewsi thar we had buried 200 Men, ' and-were-gone in a deplorable Condition to Minorca, ' This Alarm gave the Admiral great Concern, fearing we ' fhould meet with fome other of his Ma jelly's Ships, and '� have Communication with them ; who thereupon feni * Orders to the Conful at Leghorn, in Cafe we fheuld touch Vefteraay died Mr. Charles Inglis, of Balberton, Clerk to the Bills. He i3 fucceeded in his Office by his Son, for whom he purchas'd the Survivency of it. Oh Friday laft died Capt. Brown of the R oyal Scots, commanded by General Sinclair: He contrafted an ill Habit of Body when on the Weft-India Expedition, of which . he never recovered. He was a Gentleman of a very amia-\ ble Character, and much efteemed by all who knew him. That Day died of a Fever HughSeton of Touch, Efq; only Son of Sir Hugh Paterfon of Bannockburn. He was married to the Heirefs of Toach, about nine. Months ago. His Death is much lamented by all his Friends and Acquaintance. On Saturday Morning died Philip LafTels, Efq; Solicitor of his Majefty's Cuftoms. His Office is in the Gift of the CroWn, and reckoned very confiderable. % Ireland. : Jhihlin, Sept. 27. We hear his Grace the Lord Lieu- r~**/Uj*~L'Tr*f Put for th,s Kingdom the 2 2d Inft. as he intended, but waJi^.wf . , , .. " "c will be at Holyhead th.??Y*c 2+th ; fo that hli Grace  Our Parliament will meet on"11^.,, t. Jt, ,f OA . m for the Difpatch of Publick Bufnefs. *e 4�h of Oclobcr ' Laft Tuefday the Hon. John Ponfonby, ^fq; was marred at Chatfworth to the Right Hon. Lady Cavendiib, fecond Daughter of the Duke of Devonfhire. This Week Cofby Nefbitt, of Lifmore in the County of Cavan, Efq; was married to Mifs Anne Enery, at Bawn. boy in the faid County,, a young Lady of great Beauty, fine Accomptifljments, and 7000T. Fortune. , We have had fo fine a Summer, and fo favourable an Autumn, that there is now a fecond Growth of Pears upon a.l ree, and an Apple-Tree in Bhffom, which it is expected will produce good Fruit in a Month or fix Weeks. . A few Days ago died the Rev. Mr. William Wiltfon, at Shinglafe in the County of Weltmeatb, who was a Gentleman of univerfal good Character. He hath left abovw 2abofc a Year to charitabje Ufes,, by the Will.of his Unci* Andrew Willfon, Efq; and the-Remainder of his Fortune to his Lady, which is to be applied to the above ^lorioui and pious Defign, after her Death.  Gorges Edmond Howard, E% an eminent Attorney, anfl Solicitor of the Quit.Rent Office, wa�;ifiarried laft Saturday to ^lifs Perry,'a moft agreeable Lady, with a'handfome Fortune". " ' ' ' Tuefday laft; died fuddenly Mrs. Holt, Wife oftheRera Mr. Samuel Holt, and Daughter of IfaacManley, Efq;de-ceafed, llaie Poftmafter-General of this Kingdom. Thurfday laft Sir St. George Gore St. George, Bart was married to Mifs Burton, Daughter to the Right Hon Frances Burton, Efq; Knight of the Shire for the County of Clare, and one of hisMajcfty's moft Hon. Privy Council, a young Lady of great Beauty, fine AccompliQunents, and 20,000 J. Fortune. The King's Plate of 100 Guineas, at the Curragh of Kildare, wis won by a Horfe of Sir Marmaduke Wyviir* cah'd Cloatb Carrier, which went over the Ground alone. We hear fromDromoie,that the ParifhChurchofDroma-rah in that Dioccfs, which lay in Ruins fince the Rebellion) in the Year. 1641, being lately rebuilt, and rendered fit foe Divine Service; was on Weftnfcfday laft, beirig:-St. Mathew'a Day, reftored by the Lord Bifhop of Dromore, and called!. St; Mathew's Church. We hear from Limerick, that Edmond Netterville, Efq; Surveyor of that Port, died there laft Thurfday ; be was a Gentleman of a very fair Character, and his Death is much, lamented. Limerick, Sept. 23. This Week died Mr. �- Lang-ton, (eldeft Son of the late Colthurft Langton, Efq;) by whofe Death a handfome Eftate devolves to two young Ladies his Sifter?. High Water this Day at London-Bridge, at 52 Minute* fteri2. Bank Stock 148 $ Sths a 148. India Ditto 188 1 half. South Sea Stock 11 x 1 4th a 1 8th. Ditto Old Annuities 115 3 8ths. Ditto New 113 3 4ths a 5 8ths. Three per Cent. Annuities 101 1 half a 5 8ths. Ditto-1742, lot 1 half a 5 Sths. Ditw 1743, 99 7 8ths. Million Bank 119. Equivalent in. Royal. AfTuranca 80. London Aflurancc 11 7|8ths. Bnglifh Copper 4 J. 10 s. Seven per Cent. Emperor' Loan no Price. Fiv* per Cent, ditto no Price.  New Bank Circulation 2 I. io 1. Prem. India Bonds 4 1. 16 s. a 17*. Pr. Threi and a half Salt Tallies 3 Pr. Three and a half pea Cent. Exchequer Orders 5 Pr. Three per Cent. Ditto ft Difc. Lottery Tickets 11 1. 9 s. a 8�. 6d. DRURY-LANE^ By His Majefif s Company of Comedians, AT the Theatre - Royal In Drury-Lano^ thii Day, Will be prefects a Comedy, csil'd The M I S E R. The P�jt of th� Mifer by Mr. Yates ) Frederiek, Mr. W. GI/� fardj Clermont, Mr. Croiij Ramilie, Mr. Ngale; Jamet, Mr.Wi�. ftoae j Lift, Mr. Ray. Mariana, Mrt. E. Giffard ; Harriet, Mrft Ridout j Mri. Wiiely, Mrt. Edgerton ; AVheedie, Mi6 Beonet} And the Part of Lappet by Mr*. Robert*. To which mil be added a Farce / Two AcH, call'd The SCHOOL-BOY. The Parte/theSehaol-Boy by Mr.Yates; Major RakeMi, Uk Bridget; Yovng Rakei/k, Mr- Crofi j Friandly, Mr. AodeHbn ; Father Benc4i&, Mr. TafwtU. Lady Msalove, Mn. Cro�i} Lettiee, Mri. Yatet. At COMMON PRICES. Places for the Boxes to be taken at the Stage-Door of the Theatrtl To begin exactly at Six o*Clock. COVEN T- G A R D E N.- AT the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden,.; Te-roerrow, vtil be prrftnted  Comedy, ealTd The ROYAL MERCHANTj O R, Beggar's Bush. The Part of the Royal Merchant to be perfonn'd by Mr. Rya� f Ckufe, Mr. Bridgwater j Woolfort, Mr. Rofcoj Hubert, Mr. Hale f Hemikirk, Mr. Calhel] j Prince Prig, Mr. Chapman; Orator Hig-gen,. by Mr. HippiHey j Vandunk, Mr. Marten. Bertha, by Mrts Walter} Jaqwline, Mf>.Vincent. To which will be added a Fares, eall'd The DEVIL TO PAY? O R, The Wives Metamorphosed; The Part of Sir John Lorerole by Mr. H AYMAV, Jekfon by Mr. DUN STALL, Nell by Mb. DUNSTALLV fiBting tbt firfi Timt of tbtir appeariug oa that Stage.) �n4 of a4>IL"~^n.,neats �* Dancing between the Atls, vi�. "�^Bajtet, by Mr. Villenenve, Mn. Delagarde* End of the Play. A newlfo>tfe$r�� Delagarde, Mr. Riehardfon, Mr. Dda^byMr. VUJeneo�e, Mm tefont. ^^Lsbrnn, Sad Mn* At COMMON F RIClL Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Paje, at "Js^>c-f the Theatre. * ^^CW- T� begin exiflly at Six o'clock. ^� 1q be SOL D,-- AChefnuc Gelding, coming fix Years old, fit to go upon a- Jootney, perfe&Iy frefli and found. Engirt at the L�aoa-Tre� ia Bsdfardbury, near dw Mewi. - Mwrtifemtnts a moderate Lsj%th an t*ke& m fa tbii Paftr *t Tm Shilling �uk% o-3 o .4 m ;