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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 13, 1743, London, Middlesex T H URS A Y, October 13, , 743- OMer n. in the Downs. Wind 3frown, faun St; Kits, O Ship N.E. Grawftnd, 03. 11. Pafs'd by Foxhunter, Hains, from Rotterdam ; Submiffion, Taraara, from Peterfbargh; Young Peter, Claofon, from Bilboa; Providence, Smithfon, from Cher-burgh ; the Farmer's Adventure, Penny, from Oporto; and Betty, Jrrvutd at feveral Ports. The Barclay, Dobb, from Jamaica; Valentine, Hamilton, from Jamaica and Cork; Robert and John, Johnfon, from Virginia; and Griffin, Chubbard, from Maryland, are arrived at Leverpool. The Doddington, Olive ; and Speedwell, French, from Newfoundland, at Oporto. tTheSaccefi, Cole, from Oporto, atGaernzey. The Edward, Thompfon, from Archangel, in the Hiver. LONDON. Yeflerday arrived the Mail from Holland. Letter from Conftantinoflt, Augufl 28, U.S.  The Porte has received Advice, that after Schach * Nadir had taken Kirkut, he marched to befiege Mofol, * which is not in a Condition to hold out any confiderable ' Time, and that another Body of Perfian Troops is arri- * ved within 50 Miles of Babylon. This News has terribly ' alarmed the People,who fancy that the whole Province of * Diarbekir,- which lies between the Euphrates and the Ty- * gris, is already in the Enemy's Hands. The Revolt * which the Perfians endeavoured to raife in Cardigan, has ' not been near fo fuccefiful as they expe&ed: But we are ' informed that there has been a dreadful Iofurre&ion-in * Egypt, where the Beys have made the Baffaaw of Cairo * Prifoner. Upon the Receipt of this News, the Porte * immediately fent thither feme Troops with two Ships of � War. * However, the Grand Signer's Miniflers are notdejefted * at all thefe unlucky Incidents : They flatter themfelves * that they {ball very fbon put Affairs upon a good Footing, � by Means of the Perfian Lord, who, they fay, is the * lawful Heir of the old Schach Abas, and whom they * defign to crown Sophi of Perfia. They are actually * making a Diadem and"forming a Seraglio for him, and * the Grandees confhntly pay their Court to him. This � Lord feems to be a.Man of.Parts and"great Circum- * fpe&iqn, for he would not engage to go to the Army 'till * the Grand Vizir proxnifed to go with him. '� The News of the Peace between Ruffia and Sweden, ' has veiy much impaired the Credit and Influence of * Bafhaw Bonneval, who all along infilled that it was a * Thing impracticable ,* and that it was upon the Sued of * his Opinion that the Porte made fuch large Remittances � to the Swedifh Court. His Enemies now improve this * Incident, in order to ruin him in the Grand Signor's * Efteem. According to the Iaft Advices from Briancon, the Spanifh anrLFrench Troops under the Infant Don Philip, were filing off into Piedmont by the Valleys of Barcelonetta and Quei-ras, and a Fort garrifoned by the Piedmonteze, has fur-sendered at the Approach of the Spaniards. From Chrita Vecchia they write, that the Englifh Squadron which came before that Harbour, with an Intent to bombard the Town, tor giving Shelter to the Spanifh Vef-fels that lately landed fome Artillery and Warlike Stores there, hasfheered off, having received Counter-Orders from Admiral Matthews : They add, that the Admiral fent thefe Orders at the Requeft of the King of Sardinia, who veprefented to htm that fuch an Expedition could bring no freat Profit to the EngliQi Nation, and that its Naval e-rce might be altogether as ofefuily employed another Way. �Letters from Rome advife,' that the Neapolitan Troops are actually arrived on the Frontiers of ;he Ecclefiaflick date, and that the Inhabitants of Spoleto and Parts adjacent have received Orders to give in an Account of what Prpvifions ahdForrage they have to the Pope's Commifla-ries, to the End that they may fuppiy thofeTroops on their March to the Spanifh Army under Count Gage. They add,, that Count Gage hat brought all his Artillery and . Warlike Stores, which lay diiperfcd in divers Places to .the Army; that a grand Cpuncil of War has been,held in the Duke of Moden� Pretence, wherein the Route of the Atmy was fettled, i bur that the Publick did not yet know whether it was to. march into Tufcany or towards the Bo-logneze. � According to Letters from Fjibourg, dated the 9th Inft. JST.S. it did not yet appear that Prince Charles cf Lorrajn iad given over his Defign of paffing the Rhine ; his High-r�efs was Hill making Difpofuions which looked as if he was bent upon that Paffage,. and his Troops were continually marching and counter-marching along the Banks oi the RiveV.' But, ' Letters from that Prince's Army of the i oth Inftant, N.S. that she-Army willSeparate-towards the End of this Month. They alfo tell usthat a great many of the Pandours were for returning Home, as they only engaged to ferve for a certain Term ; and that this being oppoied by the Huflara, a bloody Skirmifh enfoed between them, wherein feveral fell on both Sides.  Extras of a Letter from Worms, 03. 14, N.S. ' Some Alterations have been made in the firft Plan of-' Winter-Quarters for the Confederate Army: The Eng-' lifh Troops are to be quartered in the Auftriin Nether,-' lands, and Orders have been fent to Mentz to repair the ' Bridge at Biberick, where they are to pais the Rhine. ' Baron Bonk is gone to the Elector of Cologne, to de- * mand a Pafiage for the Hanoverian Troops through that 4 Prince's Territories. The Heffian Auxiliaries arc to be ' quartered in their own Country.- The Dutch Forces ar- * rived Yefterday in the Neighbourhood of Franckendahl: 4 The Army will refume their March from hence to Met-4 tenheim the 16th Inftant, and then proceed to Oppen-4 heim, from whence they will continue their March to ' Mentz, whither CommifTaries are already gone to pro-'* vide for trMirSjabfiftence. As for the French Army, we � have nothln^new from thence, except that fomeThou-' fands of their Troops are come back to the River Queich.' Advices from Prench Flanders bring a Confirmation that 10,000 of their Troops are filing off from thence to the Mofelle. Letters from Berlin advife, that the King of Pruffia is hiring Auxiliaries of feveral Princes of the Empire, and that among the reft the Duke of Saxe-Gotha furnifheshim with three-Regiments of Foot. They talk much at the Pruffian Court of an Army of Obfervation to maintain the Tranquillity of the Empire. They tell us from Bruffek, that feveral Couriers from the Armies on the Rhine have lately paffed through that City, but that their Difpatches are kept very fecret. The laft Letters from Italy affure us, that the Plague is quite abated at Meffina, and that the Precautions taken to prevent its fpreading had the defir'd Effect.. .On Saturday laft the Regiment, commanded by the Right Hon. Lord Harry Beauclerc, their Colonel, was reviewed on Salifbury Plain, not far from Salifbury, by General Trelawny ; when the whole Corpfe made an extraordinary fine Appearance, and went thro' their Exercifc in fuch a regular and dextrous manner, that the General, and all Perfons prefent. were extraordinary well pleafed with their Performance." Yeflerday Advice came, that the -, Pike, from Newfoundland, for Oporto, with five other Fifb Ships, 8TJcT four laden with Corn, were taken off the Bar of Oporto, on the 29th of September, by the Spaniards. The fame Day there wa$ an Account from Portfmouth, that the Prince FredericK, Leopard, and Jerfey Men of War, failed from thence for the Canaries, on Monday Morning laft/. And Alfo, that the Superbe, Capt. Knowlas, failed at the fame time,,for the Weft-Indie?. On Tuefday laft Mr. Joy, of Winchcfttr-ftreet, was married to Mifs Devirle, of the fame Place. Laft Sunday died fuddenly, at St. Edmund's-Bury in Suffolk, -Wood, Efq; a Gentleman of a very confiderable Eftate in the County of Effex. On Tuefday laft died, at his Houfe in Oxford-Road, Mr. Thomas Norton, a Grocer of confiderable Bufinefs, and much refpeded. A few Days fince died Henry Brewfter, of Buttercrumb in Yorkfhire, Efq; who was efteern'd one of the greateft Breeders of Hprfcs in England. Yeflerday the Seffions began at the Old-Baily, when 17 Prifoners were tried, one whereof was Capitally convicted, viz. Abraham Pafs, for a Burglary. Five were caft for Tranfportation, and 11 Acquitted. We are ihform'd the TEMPLE-PUNCH-HOUSE is near fitted up, and will on Monday next beopen'd ; where PUNCH will be made at fuch Prices, and of fuch Ingredients,-as the Proprietor doubts not but to give the utmoft Satisfaction : Not fo much in Regard to bis own Profit, as for thePublicJtUtility. The feveral advantageous- and cheap Methods by which the Tickets and Shares, in the prefent State-Lottery, are fold at LOWE and BERRY's Office, give the greateft Satisfaction to the Town in general, as does alfo the Convenience; of their Office, (which is fituate free from the Nojfe of the publick Streets) in Stationers-Alley, near Ludgate-Street i that.almoft all Perfons covet to regifter their Tickets with, or purchafe Shares of them, as being certain of having, their Bufinefs tranfacled with the greateft Exadlneff, and being paid as foori as drawhK and as this Office has been for many Yean noted for the feveral large Prizes Sold,. Shar'd, pr Regifter'd there.-N.B. The Office is kept open every Evening 'till Eight o'Ciock, for the Convenience of the Publick. IRELAND. Dublin, OA. 4. This Day his Grace the Lord Lieutenant went in-State to the.Houfe o� Peers, andopen'dthe Seffions with a Speech to both Houfes. ' Laft Thurfday Cornelius Boltorts Efqj was fworn Mayor of the City of Waterford ; as were- Meffrs. Weft and Mor-rice, Efqs. Sheriffs. The fame Day Barry Collis, Efq; was fworn in Mayor'of the City of Kilkenny. On Satorday Night laft Mr. Connor;, .an eminent Merchant in LifFy-ftreet, was married to Mifs Madden, Daughter of Mr. Madden of Bridge'ftreet, a very agreeable young Ladywith a large^ Fortune..-; ., A Commiffion of the Peace of the County of Antrim has: lately palled, the Great Seal^f-this-Ktngdom in the TrftaV Manner,, whereby Roger Hodgkinfon,Efq; is appeinted^a ^Juftiteofthe Peace, for the'faidCountyi A Commiffion of the Peace, for the County of Cock has alfo paffed the Great Seal, whereby-Standifh Grady the' younger, Efq; is appointed a Juftice of the Peace for the faid County. A rnehncholy Accident latejy : happened at Waterford.  a Soldier quartered there fell in. Love.with another Man's Wife, (her Hufband being abfeot) ^and on her Refufal to marry him, went to an Apothecary to bay fome Arfenick which was refufed him, but he defired them to give him feme Nux Vomica to poifon a Dog that bit him; which he grated, took, and in s\ few Hours expired in great Torment, and when be was opened the Vomica wag found in his Stomach. We are informed, that the Gentlemen Proprietors of both Theatres, have finally agreed all their Affairs relating to ' both Houfes, and are refolved to fpare no Pains or Expence, to entertain the Town in a moft agreeable Manner. Kildare, Sept. 29. This Day the Right Hon. the Lord Ophaly, only Son of the Eight Hon. the Earl of Kildare, came to this Town, where he was received with the utmoft Joy and Pleafure. He was met at the Bounds ofthe Corporation by the Sovereign, Recoider, Bnrgefles, and a Multitude of Perfons of Diftin&iqn, where the Compliments of the Corporation were paid to his Lordfhip, by the Recorder in a moft genteel Manner, and the Freedom of the Corporation presented to him by the Sovereign in a Gold Box, which was moft gracionfly and politely received by his Lordfhip, who was pleafed to order large Sums of Money to be distributed among the poor Inhabitants of th� Town. High Water this Day at London-Bridge, at 27 Minute* after 6. D R U R Y-L A N By His Majeflfi Company of Comedians^ AT the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane4 this Day, will be preftuted a Comedy, call'4 The CONSTANT COUPLE* O R, J Trip to the Jubilee. The Part of Sir Harry Wilhir by Mr. Giffard ; Colonel Standard^ Mr. D�lane j Alderman Sniugler, Mr. Tafwell j Vizard, Mr. W� Giffard j Beau Cliother, by Mr-Yates j. Clinchei jus. Mr. Ncilew Dicky, Mr. Ray; Tom Errand, Mr. Anderfon. Aaj^lica,' By"SU9T Beooet; laiy Darling, by Mn. Edgerton ; Paxjey, Mrs. Cro&j And the Part of Lady Luiewell by Mrs. Giffird. With Entertainments between* the A Am, vis. End of A�t I. Singing by Mr. Sullivan. AftllL A new Dance by Mpnf, Defle,. Mn. Walter, Moa& Li�ie*, Mr.Shawford, and Mifs Scot. To which will be added � Farce, olVd The VIRGIN UNMASK'D. The Part of Mi& Lucy by MiA Seat j Blifter, Mr. Bridges; Quaver, Mr.Anderfon; Coupee, Mr.Yates; Goodwill, Mr.Tftfwcllf Wormwood, Mr, Cro6. Af CO M M 0 N PRICES. Phot* for the Bozm to be taken at the Stage-Door of theTheatr* To begin exadry at Six o'Ciock. A COVEN T-G ARDENr T the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden, To-morrow, will be pre fen ted a Comedy, eall'd The MI ST A K E 5 ob, hue lovers <^jjarrel. The Part of Carlo* by Mr. Ryan ; Lorenas, Mr. Hale ;. Sinch�, Mr. Hippifley } Lopez,"Mr. Ckaprnan; Don Alvarez, Mr.Bridgwater ; Dan Felix, Mr* Marten ; Metaphraftus, Mir. Qibibn ; Toledo, Mr. James. Camill�, Mrt. Steran�; I6beUa, Mrs. Mullart j Ja� cinU, Mrs. Kilby ; . And the Part of Leonora by Mn. Hereon. To which will be added a Farce, eall'd Th* DF.yf T t n P A Y t... Q r� The Wives Metamorphosed. The Part of Sir John toverole by Mr.Hayman ; Lady lorerale, Mn.Kilby; Jokfon, Mr.Duaftall} Nell, Mrs-DnnffaU. With Entertainmenti of Dancing between the A?t$, -riz. End of Aft ii. A Serious Ballet, by Mr. Villeaeuve, Mn.Delagirde,� and other*. End of the Play. A Scotch-Dance by Mr. Villenenve, Mrs De-lagarde, Mr. Richardfon, Mr. Dclagarde-, Mrs. Lebron, and Mth Lefont. At COMMON PRICES. Placet for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Page, at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. To begin exa&ly at Six o'clock. Jufi Publifb'd,' A Print of the Right" Reverend Father in 4Jl God, Dr. BENJAMIN H0ADLY, Lord Bi&op of ITi*. cbefttr j EnrraTed by Mr. BARON after a Piaure fainted by Mr. HOGARTH. To be bri at thtGi/dtMltod in Liiq/kr.Fitldt. Price. 51. J t Advitfifimtnts 4, mfa*t*Un$th art t*ktAi*f$r this Pqgtnt Tvtf Wdlinit wkr 0* /3*-0 ;