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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 17, 1743, London, Middlesex M O >t D AY, Octobu 17, 1743- TERDAY Aftertoon failed the George, Styles,,. for, jfJonth Carolina. Came down and fail'dthe Lucy, Fergus, for StJatts; London Packet, Fenian, for Barba-tdow; Sheldon, Orpin, for Ireland. .' Gravefend, 03. 14. Pafs'd by Duke of Lbrrain, Newton, for Stangate Creek. TheTwo SifeirvTrapnell, from Riga, is arrived in the River. L O N D ON. Since oar laft arrived the Mails from France and Holland, Litter from Piterfburgb, Sept. 27, N.S. * It is pretended that the Court of Copenhagen has in-  infinuated here, that if the Houfe of Holftcin will cede to � herDucal-Holftein, bis Danim Majefty will give the � Country of Oldehbourg.and.that of Delmenhorit inEx-� change for it, and that by this Means an Accommodation � may be made with the Hoife* of HoI#einai^>ith Swe-  den too : This does not hinder us from'carrying on as � brifkly as ever our Preparations, to affift the Swedes againft  Denmark. � A Courier is arrived from Vienna; with a Letter from ' the Queen of Hungary to .the Em prefs, relating to the ' late Conipiracy and ithe'Han4 the Marquis, de Botta is � faid to have had in it: The Subftancc of that Letter is *" as follows, ". � " We ferit to the Marquis1 de Botta, formerly ourMi-� law bo Probability of fucceedhig.m'his Solicitations, he fbould abfolotely drop them, and confine himfelf purely to the Care of thelnterelts ef:0Ui?'C6iirt; lrTfuch a Man. �*;net as beWmes a faithfnlMimfter.;Webearwithreaj �* Concern, by :the Reprefen^rti^pf your InipejriaiMa-*' jefty, the Complaints you malce ta us about the Cpnduft � Private Letters from Berlin, of the 15th Inft. N.S. fay, that there is muchTalk there of executing a Projeft for affembling an Imperial Army, by making every Member . of the Germanick Body furnifh a certainNumber of Troops, - in.order to fecure; the Repofe of Germany, and hinder Foreign Troops from taking up Winter Quarters-in it. According to this "Project'the Rendezvous: of the Troops, which this Army h to confiftof, is to be in Frariconia : The King of Ptoifia, and all the Princes of the Houfe of Brandenbourg will fend thither a large Body of Troops for - their Contingents, his Pruffian Majefty being extremely in- - dined to concur in aft Meafures that may re-eflablifti Peace : and good Order in the Empire, by contributing to: maintain L. the Dignity of its.Head. Thus we flatter ourfelves, (fothey conclude) that the Winter giving frefh Vigour to Ncgotia-, tions, next Spring will bring us a Peace. Letters from Paris advife, that they have actually begun to Fortify the Citadel of Dunkirk. It is certain that the Infant Don Philip has given over his Enterprize upon Piedmont, in confequence of Orders from the .Court of .Madrid, ( who judg'd the Undertaking too I dangerous and difficult atthis Time of the Year; and they fay- that^oo^Frehchrahd Spaniards were loft in this Retreat. It is confirm^ from Paris, .that M. de Solar, the Sardinian Ambafiador, fet. out from Paris on Wednefday fe'n-night, and has taken all his Family with him ; fo that the Cprrefpondcnce of the French Court, and that of Turin, is I fupppfed tojx entirely broken off.. Hague, 03. ai, N.S.' We hear from Hanover, that f his Briunnick. Majefty arrived there from the Army upon |the Rhine, on Friday lail in the Afternoon, in perfect Health. \.' : � ..r- . On Saturday laft,. about 2 o'Clock in the Afternoon, hit . Grace the Duke of Marlborough arrived at his Houfe in Piccadilly, from Ihe Allied Army. - And Yefterday. the .Right Hon. the Lord Effingham Howard, came from the Country to his Houfe in Park-' Place. ' : ' ' " �  -'- j We hear that Part of his Majefty's Baggage is arrived in .Holland; and that the Men of War and Yachts are to fail idirectly; to attend his Majefty. . f .The Lords of the Treafury have appointed. Mr. Temple ito'be Clerkof the Papers in the Court of Exchequer, in the Toom.of Mr. Jofiah Proufe deceafed. | "A few Days fince^lied in a.very advanced Age, at Barle-tborough in D.erbyfhire, Sir John Rodes, Bart, who had en-joy'd the Title ever fince-1675 : He died, unmarried, whereby the Title is extinct; and the Chief of-his Fortune lie has left to his Nephew, Mr. Heathcote, of Cutthorp in DerbyQiire. i On Saturday Morning died, after a long IUnefs, at his 'Houfe in Budge-row, Mr. Peter Fonnereau,. an eminent Merchant! and Brother to Thomas Fonnereau, Efq; Member iaf Parliament for Sudbury. Oh Friday died at Hackney Mr. Welch, an eminent (Virginia Merchant of this City. His Son, a Youth of 15 Years of Age, of a, very promifing Genius, died a fewDays before at Oxford. \ On Friday-laft,1 jiift after! the Play, a notorious Pick-pocket\vais brought before Col. De Veil, and upon his being fearch'd feveral Handkerchiefs'were found in his 3Breeches>iandja*Mr. De Veil had Intelligence brought birrr' that^a great Number of his Gang were waiting to reftue him, he thought it was'fafer ^tb.fend him to the Round-houfebf Covent Garden, than to attempt to commit him to a remote Goal,; and the faid Pickpocket was accordingly !arry*d; there, jWjhofe Name is George Pottbury ; but tho' tfofm^iaDiftance .from the Colonel's-Houfe,, four, Sol-iers of the Playhoufe Guard, and. feveral .Cpnftab,les that \ ^ccompany'd hirt::there^ were extremeiy w.ouhJed by, his Accomplices, who threw Brick-batts and Stones in a furious manner at them: He was committed on Saturday Moming -to'fo.hill-fieldsBrideweU. I ': I R. E L .. A N D. ;  \ Dublin, 03.6. On Tuefday the 4th jnil^nt, the Par-" I lament haying met according to the Prorogation,-. his -\ 0race',the tordLJw to the Honfe of Peer^tand J�ng feated ob the Throne with the ufual -Ce-; remony, his Grace fent for the Commons, and made a , SpcfiOhLto .both Houfes, who unanimoufly refotved [upon humble and dutiful Addreftes to his Majefty, which were this Day prefented to his Grace. ���[>�� His Grace Wilfiam rjukeo.fbevonfliire, Lord Lieutenant General^b!--'Gen^'G6vlenR)r of Ireland,'' his Speech to^both Honfes bf Parliament, at J) ublhii on Tuefday the 4th Day of October ^43. - , My Lords and Gektfeinen, ' ' 1 1 MY long Experiehce of your nrm Attachment to his Majefty's Pcrfon and Government, of your fteady Zeal and Unanimity hr fecondmg�hi�^Ro:yai:C^;for thtj Profperity of this Kingdom, and; of^ott'obtig^ on all Occafions, to the.Eafe of my Adminiftration, greatiy heightened the Pleafgre with which I received his Majefty** Commands to meet you again in Parliament. ! Gentlemen of ibe Houfe: of Commons,; I have ordered the proper Officers to lay before ypo.tha Accounts and Eftimates. The Part which his Majefty hath fo greatly takenfor. the Prefervation of the Liberties of Europe, hath occafioned fome Alterations in his Armies, but as they are farfiomln-creafing the Ex pence of this Kingdom, I have nothing new in Command from his Majefty to.aik ; and I aifyre my felf, from your former Conduct, thatyou will, with-the gxeateft; Chearfuluefs, provide for the National Debt, anefcontfnue to fupport the King's" Government with Honour. - - The Arms for the Ufe of the Militia being all provided,' the Account of the Money difburfed for that-Service fhall be laid before you. My Lordt and Gentlemen, The contagious Diftemper which rages fo violently in feveral Countries Abroad, calls upon you to take into your Confideration what Provifions may be molt effectoal to fecure this Kingdom from Infection ; 'or if any. part'df it fhall be fo unhappy as to be vifitcd by that dreadful Calamity, to ftop its further Progrefs. It will naturally fall under ybnf Obfervation, that any further Methods which (hall be thought proper to prevent the iniquitous Practice of the clahdeliine Running ofGoods, muft at the fame Time greatly tend to the Prefervation of the Lives and Health of his'Majefty's Subjects. Your Attention to the further extending and improving of the Flaxen and Hempen Manufacture*,' and ever� other Meafure which may conduce to the Trade, Security and" Welfare of this Kingdom, wilt be the moft agreeable In-ftance of your Duty and Affection tV his Majeffy/ who i* the common Father of all his Pebple. You may be aflured, that I iball-with the h^heft Sadsr faction concur with*y�n in every Thing that may- ptomots the publick Good, and upon aQ Occafions contribute my beft Endeavours for advancing the ffappfrie& saxi Pxofpr-' rity of the People of Ireland. BANKRUPTS. Thomas Boote, of Bow, in the County of Middlefex, Maltfter and Chapman. " ' ; Samuel Silvefter, late of Staines, in the Coupty of Middlefex, Draper. High Water this Day at London-Bridge, at 25 Minute* after 10. Bank Stock 146 3 4ths. India Ditto 194. South Sea Stock 113 14th. Ditto Old Annuities 115 3 4ths. Ditto New 114 1 half a 5 8ths. Three per Cent. Annuities 102 5 8ths. Ditto 1742, 102 5 8th*. Ditto 1743, too 7 8ths." Million Bank 119. Equivalent m. Royal Afturance 80. London Afturance 11 7 8ths. ' Eng-Iifh Copper 41. 10 s. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan:, no Price; Five per Cent, ditto; no Price. Bank Circulation 3 I. Pr. India Bonds 4 U 183.8191. Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 Prem. Three and a half Cent. Exchequer Orders 4 i half Pr. Three per Cent. Ditto 2 Difc. Lottery Tickets nl. ios. D R U R Y-L A N E. By His Majeftfi Company of Comedians, AT the Theatre-Royal in Drury-LaneB -To-morrow, will he prefcnteda Comedy, c�ll*d The R E L A P S E ; or, Virtue in Danger. The Part of Lord Foppington by Mr. Cibber j Lovelefi, Mr, Giffard j Worthy, Mr. Delantj. Sir.Tunbelly' Ghimfey, ;Mr. Taf-; well} Young Fafliion, Mr. Croft; Lory, Mr. Nealej Coupler, Mr. Wi�fto�e; Surgeon, Mr. Yates j Sir John Friendly, Mr. Anderfonj Bull, by Mr.TJAerj Shoemaker, Mr.Ray; Page, MiftWright. Amanda, Mrs. Creli; Nurfe, Mrs. Edgertoa; Mi& Hoyden, Mra. Ridout j Abigail, Mifs Horfington 5 And the Part of Berinthia by Mrs. Giffard. With Entertainments between the Afts, Tis. End of a3 II. Singing by Mr. Sullivan. AAIIL A Dance by Mr.Defie, Mrs. Walter, Mt.Lit'ue, Mr. t Stiawfcrd,' and- Mifs Scot. f ASIV. Singing by Mr.SuUiran.' A&V. A Dance: by MnMuilment, Mr. DefTe, Mr. Lmer, j ^ Mrs. Walter,-and others. At COMMON PRICES. Placet for the Boxes to be token at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. To begin ezaOry at Six o'Clock. �3- J * Adveriifemnts ff a modtr. *f* �e�gtb an takin in fir- this Paptr at Two Shillings, task. ) \ ;