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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 24, 1845, London, Middlesex -9- F K I1> A:Y> Janu ary 24* 1745-6- Deal? January 22. feUN his Majeb^Ships the Yarmouth, Admiral Maftin $ Priri-ceSLoaifc, AdmiialMayne; Til-^wiry, Commodore. Knowles, with the reft of! the.Mtti ofWar, Priva-4ieers, and the > Chatters formerly mentiotfd. Wind S.W. blows theWAREHOtlS^for Morning Oo�Ki;�n^ BaHjiw is removed from Pope!f-Head Alley, to the Wml&atk .rl !fIY Dolphin, Three Doors above Birchin-lane in Cornbilh > NewOPERA, eali'd Where rrwr Vjirietv of Gowns areVlcebt rfcadv made, of T r T*D Tr\Kr at Portimoutiu .-N D c N. _. .In the AudiencejhatGbtfnt Woronzow had of the Pope, Ae" iPbhtiff expre^d his^Pefire of fcrinjgmg ;about an accommodation^bec^een the Greet Church iand the1 Roman Seej to which.. the^Qount .anfwered^that, for his own "Pari,1 lie Bad'Hever^eri much Troftble to'confidet fuch >' Matters., but that he bejkved the Emprefs would follow the Model of her Fatheri Peter the Great,, who had fix'd the Greek Religion npon a &lid'Bafis,fgiving'at the fame i ^FSraeaToleratlonldthe Roman Catholic Religion in Ruf- j ioA^feter the Great abolijbed the Hierarchalftyranny, that : till his Time had prevail"d in B.�JJiai by snaking bimjVf i 'Patriarch and Midi of the Church in -hitxhxn Dominions, after the Example of our Henry VIII. We hear that;his Royal Highnefs the i)uke of Cumber- \ land will fet ojit fchis Day or lb-morrow for Scotland, to take upon him the Command of the Army, and quell the prefent unnatufaLRebellion. > a\v up the laid Pe- . tition. "'" � ' At the (ami time it was unaniraoufly agreed to prefent *is Royal Highnefs the Dake of Comberland, with the Freedom of the City of London. rOn Wednefday laft' James Morani; (whofe Name is bid to be Moran) aJRpman-CathoJick PrienV was committed to the Gatehoufe, by Sir Thomas JDe Ve*i� upon a$dl Proof of his being one of his Majefty's Subjects, :uidi having ac^edas a Prieft, contrary to the Statutes )b that Cafe made and provided, and remaining in thVEi-berty of Weftminfter, contrary toiisIMajefty's late Royal lVtelamation. ^ , . On Saturday laft was committed to Litchfield Goal, by Lewis Hall, Efq; John Newman and Henry Cavanagh, .twos Romifh Psrie(b; who were taken at Leek; on their Journey to thcitfqrth. . Tuejiay Nigjit Jaft his Excellency Field Marfhal Wade, arrived at his Houfe in Darlington Street, from ;the Army in the North. /I'?;"'' . , A few Days fince Abraham Ifaac EKoC �% Counfet-lor at Law, and Brother to Sir AbrahankEltcai,.Bart, was chofen Town Clerk of Briftol, in the room of Thomas Stevens, l�fq; deceas*d. The Great Britain Privateer, Capt. Wilfon, had the ,Misfortune to fun afhore near Gravefend,. and bule'd ; - since which we hear meis overfet, and its fear'd will be Xintiretyteft. '' Laft Wedoefday died hi the City of Worcefter, Mrs. gijVowden, Relief of William, Plpwden, �% of Plowden-^Hal! in Shroplhire, and Mother-in-law to General Whit-wor|h. ~ I 1}*:yefterday died, at his Hoofe at Newington, Mr. Abel Pkkard, many Years a confiderable Dealer in Snuff in Cofeman-ftreet.- = - r f ^ ^. YeAerday an unhappy Accident happened on Ludjap-. |lill; a Carman driving a'part loaded^ %n||r^inately Jell i4own by his Foot ^ppjng and b^^ hi coula rife^ the =Wheel ran over, his Body; and kHl'd-^im upon the ^spot.; ��� ;v - ; ; Canterbury, Jan; zt. His Majefty has appointed Arthur Harris, �fq; of Banning, Sueriff for the County - of Kent. Yeftcrday Mr. -William Reynolds was fworn in an Alderman of this City, in the Room of Alderman Gray, de* ceasM. Qn Friday laft was cpmmkted to Maidftone G�r1, Mary -Axe and Mary Nicholls, charged with ftealing one Sheet and one Bolfter. Seven French; Men attempted at Hollow Shore to nm awav^with a Smack, but Were prevent^ by fome Seamed, ' 3yn|Pitook two of them, the other five' run acrofi the- i ^ � ''4tiMlbk$, as^fuppos'ilfor Whitftable, to play the fame ^ck there, if they can find an Opportunity. High Water at Londo�Bridge, this Day at 53 Miwtes 'after' in.' , . . Wfiere great Variety Of Gowns ans kept ready made, of rich Silk. DamaflB; fine Scotch Plaids,; Flower'*Riiflels.; Figur'd Grograms, Valiums, &c. Alifbi Banjaas of fine I . Cloth, DuhTns, Plaids and Damaflcs. Aliforts of Velvet-Caps and Saflies__Note, The Stoci of $ilk-Goods in the /aid Shop is h Jo J J at Prime Co ft. ^/.i ?\ _ " ' '.... j Bank-Stock 125. India Ditto no Price.1 South Sea Stock 94. Ditto Old Annuities 98. 'I', Ditto l(Iew; 98. Three per Cent. Annuities 75 a 75 3 4ths.. Ditto 1742, 75 * 75 3 4t�s- Dkto 1743, and 1744, 7J a 75 3 4ths. Ditto j 745, 75 3 4ths a 76. MillionJank-uos Equivalent 190. ^oyalAflurance 77., London Affurance; 9 i half. ^Engjyh .Copper 5 1. Seven per. Cent. Empe-, ror*s Loan no Price. Five per Cen^ ditto no Price.: Bank-Circulation 21. India Bonds z L tz)s. a u s. Difc. Tluye an^a half Salt Tallies no. Price. .JThrecand alBafff "'per"Cent Exchequer Orders no price. -; Threeper Cent. Ditto no Price. ieet, Mr.M.rr, 'MriWritnt, Mif. Minon, Mr*.Croft, MiftCole, MidYatei. ^ - . WithanaddhioaalReiiifcrcementof Mr. Eaya*i new rabi'd Troops. ^Wi^En�e1rtsiiiments;.;vik ,:i " '' A* Iff Siofinj by Mr. Lowe. AcVlfb AOmtata byMr.iowe. Ad V. A Taabouiine hy Madem. Mechel and others. To which wiU be added, The ST A G E-COA C H., . The Part of NlcodCmnr Somebody by Mr. Yates ; Capt. Bafil by. Mr. Biaket; Uncie Micher, Mr. Coffini j Jolt, Mr.J.Sparket; Fetch, Mr. Nealej Landlord, Mr. Vaughan) Oftler, Mr.Bran%. Ifabella, Mifi Minors l Dolly, Mifi Royer; And the Part df'jHicahoJie by Mr. Barrington, In which Chancier wiil beurtrodnctd an IRISH ROROTORIO, At^aMmtkJc. '.,.- Boxes 5 �. Pit 31. Firft Gallery % a. " Upper Gallery 11. Piacea for the Boxes to-be taken�f Mr.Hob&ni at;the Stage-Door of tne Theatre. To bejjfai cza^y at Six o'Ciock. Bypardcolsr Defire, To-oonow The PROVOKED HUSBAND. t G O V E N T-G A R D E N. j . For the Benefit of Mr. 0AVIES, BookfeUer. T the Tjhea^e-rRbyal in Covmt-Garde*v ihii Day, will be prefented a Tragedy, call'd VENICE PRESERV'Dj 08, A j?LOT, PiSCOVE r'd.' \ The Part of Pkne; to be attempted by Mr. DA VIES ; Jaffier, Mr.Ryan J Reaanlt, Mr. Chapman ? Bedafflar, Mr. Hale j Rrioll, Mr.Bjn^gwater} � And the Part c#Be1videra by* Mn. Pritchard. With Eatertaiimjentaof Sihgiflf SiHl Daijdn^ particularly ^fifing by Mr. Beard. Aad Dancing by^-Mr. Cooke and Signora Camaioai. To wbkh will be added, The VIR GI N U N MA S K'D, , MiftLocy by Mift Hiepiiky \ Coupee^ Mr. Woodward. Boxer 51, Pit jt. fW Gallery �% a. Upper Gallery 1 a. To begin cxaQiy at SixVCIock, GOOD M A N>F I EL D S. By Dlfire of feveral GeW^lii^^-Laa^es^ A TtheXtf/^ WELLS, the bottom of ^ m+jlrett, Gotieueift-rieidtyiia prefait Evening, will be per-fcrm'd a Concert of Vocal and Inftrumental MUSICK. Divided into Tw� Parti. Boxes 6d. Pie or Firft Gallery x*� 6d, Upper Gallery 1 c 1 %* Between the Two Parts of the Concert will. be given Cratii, . The FAIR QUAKER of DEAL j ob* The Humours of the Navy. The Part of Commodore Flip, by Mr Morganj Worthy, Mr.Fur-nival 1 Aovewell, Mr. Cdhmg i Sir Charla Pleaftnt, Mr, Kennedyj rPOTfer Indent, Mr. Paget j Lieot. Eafy, Mr. Bhkey j Cribidge, by Mr.Shepardj Saflori by Mr. Jnian, Mr. JXnre> Mr. Hallam fen. Mr> Baker, aid others r BeanMiaeo, Mr.L.Hallam. Arabella, Mrs. Cuming j Bei^�,Mn*Baml�rid^ JenttyPriTate, Mn.Phil-iipi j Klt-op,. Mtt. Kennedy^ Adrocaw, Mrs. Dove j And the Part of the Fair Quaker by Mrs. Haliam. T& which wiU be added a Fatee, catttd '1 The $ TA G.E-CO AC H. With Siiigi|�hetwa� the A&$ by MJ(Bj,Va�r, ,, * AadDaaciBg^Vat twh Mailers and Mitt iffraaftr. 1. Mondaya�twiU J� perform'd a Comedy, call'd.The FVNIRAL,�r G|ai*f A*M;np�s. ... . Admiralty-Office, Jan. 23, 1745. IX is tie DireSion of the Lords Commijionert * of the Admiralty, that fitch of the \Pitty-Officers and* Eorem Ship to Spithead, tbey Jball be paid, the Wages due to them, for tbeir Service in the Neptune 1 as far as the.^xfi of December, 1745. Their lord/hips do> farther affsre them, that t&eir prtfenf Subfiftance Money Jball be continued to bepaid to them, by the Judge Advocate if they obey this Order, otbemmife be is'ordered not to pay it to 'them. t 1Mb, uorbett.* Guildhall London, Dec. g 1, 1745. ^fV^Em^f^^osnted fir the Difpofaltf a the Money arifing by the Subfcriptlon, begun by Tbt Eight Hon. the lord Mayor and others, fir the better Relief, Support and; Enema-Mgement of the Soldiers employed in fuppirefj/tng the prefent unnatural Rebellion; giUe Notice, that the feud Subjcriprft* is fill kept open at the Qjbaajber' loin's Office* at Guildhall, where proper Perfons are appointed to attend, from Eleven o'Ciock to Two, to receive the Contributions offucb Perfons as Jball be difpofed to Subfcriba to the fame l end fir, the SatisfaSton of the PtAlick, tbt Committee intend topublifb a Lift of the Names of the Sub-feribers, the Sums contributed, and-the Application there* .v._ By Order of the Committee, T. Ford, Secretary* VIK, South Sea-Houfe, London January, 23, 1745, * 1 General Court of the South-Sea Company htli'this pay,the following Quefiion was put, That this-Court doth agree, that the Dividend on the Trading Capital Stock, for the half Yeaf coded at Chnflnus laft, be One and Three Quar- And tbefaid ^aefiitn bepig carried hy the Hanis, a Ballot was demandcafer determining the fame; which Ballot was agreed to be tdJenon Tuefdayjhe zSthJnfiant, at the faid Companf / Houfe in Tbreadneedle Street. The Court efDweaort.do therefore give-Notice, that the faid Ballot will be taken 'on tbefaid Day S'eiween the Heart of Ten in ibe Morning, and five in tbe^ernoon, when the fame will be cbfed. rW, -,-�-----1 ' : - TPi ^ � "' To- the WorHi pful the Governors of ilthe London Infirmary. ' GENTLEMEN, Y OUR Worjbip Vote and Intereft are humify' ** defired for M A R Y GO TJ Y, To be one of fie Matrons of the Lon&m-InhYmafy, in the rum
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