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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 13, 1743, London, Middlesex NuMi.2774* T U ES D A Y, S e p t em be k 13, 1743. Deal, September 11. IESTERDAY Afternoon his Ma-jefty's Ship Berwick; with the Outward-bound failed to theWeft-ward. Came down and failed .t Mercury, Dewcrs, for Antigua; �. Pretty Patfey, Blake, for Lifbon, Arrived Parham Gab, Burton, from Antigua ; Betty, Blandy, from Virginia. Remain the Shrewfbury and Dover Men of War. WindEaft. Grave/ind, Sept. n. Pafg'd by Mary, Gilby, from Calais} Dunkirk, Smith; and Mary and Margaret, Hammond, from Dunkirk i Duke of Kingfion, Merriton, from Boloigo $ Greyhound, Perkins; and Queen of Hungary, Chance, from Carolina;,Anne Gaily, Marfhal, from Jamaica ; Clayton, Hammond ; and Betty, Blomett, from Montferrat; Brittania, Haydon ; and Hibernia, Comer-ford, from Barbadoes; Swift, Maynard ; and Catherine, Eglefton, from Nevis; Ranger, Lawfon ; and Prince Frederick, Harriet, from Maryland ; Betty, Blandy j and the Profperous, Nolcot, from Virginia ; William and Mary, Grayftock, from Rotterdam. Arrived at feveral Ports. The Flying Mercury, Pahl j Regina, Buddie ; and the Mary, Worms, from London, are arrived at Hamburgh. The Prince Edward, Dawfon, from London at Leghorn. The Smith, Ward, from Virginia; and Princefs Anne, M'MulIen, from Jamaica, at Leverpool. _ The Indian Queen, Saunders, from Barbadoes, at Lan-cafter. The Amity, Ware, from Glafgow, at Jamaica. LONDON. YeSerday arrived the Mails from Holland and Flanders. Extra&ofa Letter/rem Ctmftantinople, July 20, U.S.  The Fleet defigned for the Black-Sea, has at laft * weighed Anchor with a fair Wind, and we expeft in a ' few Days to hear that the Troops on board have landed in * Afia. The Captaln-Bafhaw was nominated to command * this Fleet, but Jufr, as he was going on board, he was put * under Arreft ; fince which he has been depofed and fent * in Exile to Candia. He is charged with having wilfully * delayed this Embarkation of Troops, and fo given Time ' to the Perfians to penetrate as far as theTurkifh Frontiers: * Others think that the Delay was owing to nothing but the ' Mifunderftanding between the Captain Bafhaw and the * Grand Vizir. Our Warlike Preparations are carried on * with prodigious Vigour and Difpatch : The Army aflem- * bling in Afia is almcft entirely formed ; it will be a very * powerful One, and is to be commanded by the grand Vi- * zir in Perfon, who, 'tis faid, will be accompanied by * Bafhaw Bonneval. In the mean time, we receive no-� thing but melancholy Accounts from the Frontiers of Per-' fia: We are affured that Schach Nadir tnvefled the City ' of Erzerum, and what adds to our Uneafinefs is, that * moll of the Frontiers Towns are in a very bad Condition * of Defence. , �- The Grand Signor is at laft come to a Refolution to � declare War againft the Schach, and never to make Peace * with bim 'till he reflores the Provinces which the Perfians � took from this Empire in former Wars : The Horfe-' Tails are already hung out at the Gates of the Seraglio, * and the Ceremony called Ordaw, is to be performed in * a-iew Days, as is ufual when the Grand Vizir commands ' the Army in Perfon.* We have Advice from Stockholm, that a few Days fince the.Secret Committee delivered to the Noblefle an ample Report of the Motives to the late War with Ruflia, digefted, under three Heads, viz. 1. The Grounds upon which it was refolved to make thefirft Embarkation of Troops for Finland. 2. The Alliances and Plans that ferved as the Bails to the War. And  3.' The Reafons'why the Dyet was not fooner called, after the ill Succefs of the firft Operations of the War. The Order of the Noblefle declined examining tbefe Points, and refolved, on the contrary, upon the Reprefentations of the- Marfhal of the Dyet, to teftify by a general Deputation, how much it behoved the Nation to put an End to all Manner" of Animofity between the Members of the States, to the End that the four Orders might feparate fatisfied with each others Behaviour. They write from Peter/burgh, that the Caracalpagues havefent Deputies to Court to fubmit to theEmprefs j that they Were admitted to an Audience of her Imperial Ma-jefty the 25th of laft Month, N.S, and took the Oaths of Allegiance to her: This People they fay, are a powerful. Naiion, and can bring 30,000 Men into the Field. They have always been at War with Ruffia, whofe Dominions they conftantly refufed to acknowledge. By Virtue of their Submiffion 10,000 Ruffians, who'were made Prifoners by them in former Wars, have been fet at Liberty. A� to the late Plot in Ruflia, they further obferve. that it was laid in Favour of the young Prince John; and tho' there appeared no great Probability ..of,; iu fuccteding, yet thofe who hatched it left'no Stone unturned to get as many as they could to join them. The Prifoners, in their Depofitlons have charged a certain Foreign Nobleman with having given them the firft Hint of this Scheme, affuring them that they fhould be fupported in their Undjerttking;Ar. Courier has been ferit;.-'''.fromPcterlburgh wiri^Difpat Sept. 10. N S. � This Morning the Government received Letters from ' the Secretary of M. Kinfehott, their High Mightineffes ' Refident at Bruflels, with the agreeable News, that Prince ' Charles of Lorrain had fafely paffed the Rhine near ' Rhinweiller, juft at the fame Place where one of his De-C E S. Places for the Boxes to be ta&en at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. "ft if SOLD very Cheap, "ORNING GOWNS, BAN JANS,- � and VELVET ca'ps, at the Govt* JFareboafe in Pope^t-auuidUtji Consbilt. And the remaining Part of the Stock of Mr JOHN HARRISON, deceafed/to be fold onder prime Cofi. There is great Choice o/cll Sorts of Morning Gown* ftelh made up, and Banian* made of Superfine Cloth, I Valurett<� , . Duffila, I Fine Scotch Plad, SilkDamaiks, I Fine Stuff Damalk, * VELVET and SILK CAPS of all Figured Alkpeen, Floretta's, &c. sorts. if 5 9, Mwrtifmmts of a mt&ratt Uqtk art taken i* far this Paper wi'Tw Shilling Mffc 0^7 ;