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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 15, 1845, London, Middlesex                                �V      "NirMB. � �   h -''     i   . .J    'us S A T U R D A Y,   February 15,   1745-6. . - M Dealt February 13. ' ! ffiSTERDAY after Poft came down and fail'd the Dragon, Kent, for fcaft-India; and a Man" of War [Sloop. Remain his Majefty's Ships Prineefs Louifa, Admiral Mayne ; and the reft of the Men of War, as in my laft.  Wind North. Southampton, Feb. 13. Sail'd the St.George, Dormer, for Oporto; Winchefter, Prefton; and Expedition Snow, for Oporto ; and the Pofbroke, St. Barbe, from London, for Antigua. Wind North. � �   � Falmouth, Feb. i o. Sail'd the Prince Frederick Packet, Lovel, for Lilbon; and Profperity, .for Dartmouth,* A Ship is juft now coming in, fuppos'd to bethe Stubbington, Mauger, from London.   Wind Eaft. Plymouth, Feb. 10. Came in his ^Majefty's Ships the Prince Frederick, Augufta, Lyon, and Lizard, and have brought in a French Privateer of 22 Guns and zzy Wen. j Came in alfo the Hope, Decolhe, from Bourdeaux, for Rotterdam j Hope of Stockholm, Reding, for Havrede-grace ; Folk, Juftian, from Surinam for Amfterdam ; the Elizabeth, Delang, from Briftol, with Prize Goods, for Rotterdam. The Concord, Nichols, from London, is arrived at Lilbon. LONDON. ^ Extrafi of a Letter from on board his Majejlfs Ship the Captain at Plyvtou'h, Feb. 11. '� Captain Thomas Fox, appointed our Commander, ar-� rived here Yefterday. The five Men of War who fail'd � on a Cruize on the 6th Inftant, are; return'd' from their i Cruize, with a large French Privateer. They give an t Account of live Sail of French Men of War being crui-� zing off Sally j and that there were 28 Sail of Privateers i *at Sea from St. Maloes $ which we hope to give, a good � Account of m a few Days.--Our Fleet is very Healthy, � and in good Spirits. We are now under Way, withia  feir Wind.* . 1 . Letter from Fa/mouth, Feb. 10. �Juft now aniv^i,h .rmripal-Gendemen of ~tEe^Dly^*met at theGdlleand drank, the Healths o�&sjM*$Ui"y,'thea Fririfee o? \^a$r, th'eWke of Cumberland^ other Ldya.M�I�hs/ttie Gluts'oPt/ie-. Caftle werf fi^fe^ Bai^of ^ Were Wepjffc the Populace, at^ight tr& wK$e<$tw^^ rJw EveningJp^un f)ubrick^�joking-8,    ' J... Yefterday'the .Commiffioners 4$th^Vi�maBing^tJ^qev 'I appointed Mr. Kelfo, to be State J^eeger of his MajeltyV'* �ew-houfc in St. Catharine's^;        of-co�u\ierabItfA ^f�fit. "   '  " , Yefterday died at his Lodgings in-Bond-ftreet, after a wort IUnefs Benjamin Beft,n�^i?a;0eritkr^a|i'Jo{refs%d �f 8001. a Year in Bedford^ef.jag%e&�iuen.t lawyer, and in the Commiffion of,th? je^fflf that County. Yefterday med.a^Lan^^ ifb^ Che-tham, many Years a Hop Merchant- in SputKwark, in which Bufmefs he was well fluU'd,,and;acquired a'pleatifjjl Fortunewith^ftirCliaracier;^T?w "7 ' Her Grace the Dutchefs of Leeds lies at the Point of Death, at his Grace's Houfe in St. James's Square,^ Laft Night as a Gentleman was crofting that Part o�� Chancery-lane next Fleet-ftreet, ? he received a violent Blow on the Stomach by the Pole of a Coach, which made him incapable of fpeaking, whereupon he was carried into the'Kibg's-Head Tavern, and all pdffibfc Care was taken of him, but without Effect, for he expjjr'd in a very fhert Time, .without being known to any Perfon prefent. The Swift, Hayman, from Newfoundland, for England, is taken by-the French, and carried into St. Maloes. The Bohemia, Harding, from Maryland, is taken, and ' carried into Bayonne.    _ ^ COUNTRY-NEWS. Tori, Feb. 11. The two Regjments of Horfe which are quarter'd ih "this City, the Queen's Remment, and Marfhal Wade's, were drawn^jp Yefterda^W the Minfter-yard, and. made a fine ApfWrarice, when they each fired three Voll^ .i    . The Gentlemen Independantsof this City were likewjle drawn up, and made three good'Fires. When the Rebels left Stirling they gave out that they were going to Perthj which they had fortified, and where they lhou'd ftay to receive fume conftderable Succouw^ which they expefted from Abroad j but by concurring Accounts from Kinrofs and Dumfarmling, their Clans, have taken their Way Home by* Crief and Traybridgej ' and as to the few Men that were at Perth, they? lerit Ward to them by one of their Chiefs, that every Man muft fhift for himfelf; and we are fince -told, that thsfe Ral'cals are robbing die Country People of their Cloaths, that they may not be feen in their Highland Drefs. Their pretended Prince is faid to be gone with the Clans, who, it appears,, has given up the whole Affair. The Duke of Athol went over to Fife the 4th Inftant, in order to pay his Refpeds to his Royal Highnefs the Duke at Perth, from whence he propofestogo to his own Effete^ -The gallant Duke of Cumberland declares, that he will follow the Rebels to John of Groatj-Hotife',- which is the extream Part of Scotland. 1 his fudden'and moflfha|�py'TuTn"Kis Prefence has given to the Xing's Affairs in Scotland. , ^ ' I R E L A N t    Dublin, Jan. 8. Monday laft four Perfons unknown : entred the Houfe of Mr. Howard, of Knockafh near, i Moat, in the County of Weftmeath, and after forcing  him, by themoft barbarous Treatment; to �iUcover where ! his Money, Notes, and other Effefts of Value lay,firft - robbed him of feVeral Hundred.Pounds, then muxder^d him, and a, Servant Maid, and tying the reft of the Family, made their Efcape. The fame Gang of RoBfedrs have committed of late feveral Robberies in that Couia-try. We hear that two Shillings, per Quarter is to be added to the Baker's Allowance, and that, to prevent the hoard-'. ing up of Corn, Meal or Flower*, a! Retiun is to be made ; of every Barrel of Corn, Meal or FJower. within 24. Hours - afteritis bought, underrJieTettalty bf five Shillings.per. Barrel: '' ' ; ..... I^aft -Weelf~died'it CorkT Caleb Falkiner^ E%. aq  eminent Banker, and a Gentleman fbf very fair Char|,c^ I ter.  1 '       " ,   . �   Laft Tuefday Night about TwOo'Clock Mr. Laurence ! Toole Riding Officer at Brayifeizeda tbnfidprabJiggate;, ' tity of Brandy and Tobacco #a it was landing oat; of a Wherry "at Kiliehy Bay, valued at about fourfcore Pounds, . which was brpiightto the Stores'Yefterday.      "    1   ' . Laft iJwrfday died at &Sa^^^^^R6l^^p^^,l \ Cafhire of the' Cambrfck Company;] whoiK ^(?5thlis a ' gredt Lofs to the'Publick, as he was'a Gentleman of greati \ lntegritynand^ie,firli Manufactures of the Cimbrick Ma-\ nuraSure1 at Belfaft, from whehce he removed to ferUe a!r 1 Dundalk, w^re^that,ManafaSmeis4U)w-4ai^mg-^^ IthT^greateOucCefs.. .       \  ,^,\ r- I   Laft Wcdnefday at a Meetihgjpf th0 Goyernpr^ of. tl�e  Hofpital -for: the Support iof ifoc;^ i was.eleaed.oniof the.Surgeofts^Vtielaid'Holpitol,* in I the room of Mr. Francis ScJibt^amrdeceas^ ^ w., , j   ThisFeifeih^Rev. h/h^a^fp^^tli^^M \ Horace, arrived here from B&gStiS&F-{ ' : W� bean thafirite' HotofS kar^W5^FrTC ! Conftantine Phipps, Efqj has fully Droved the Ailegaupns ?o'f his Petitiomagainft the^RJglj^HotouildjIethilcati^f lAnglefey/and'that in jContequence..-of'fuch Refolution, ^Jthey have referred th Matter ojf Cernplaint^ohis^aje^y's ICourt dr:Exch^iierV" '^T^Xh"' '  We hear frorft.Cork, that the Old Noll Privateer3nr he> late Cruize put into the Canaries; where 15c of Her Men iwent onShore to-Water/ that- the - 1Sp)intryi^eppte\c^ne - down and took 6 of thsm; whom" they1 ftrip'd and u*ed in a j11?^. iwf^110*1.5 manner,, oneof whtom' was their Second The Blake Privateer has r^t jncp:;the -Weft in a very matterU CondiVpn by the late Storms..� T    r Sunday laft died of a Drqpfy, Davii Perfe.of Spring-Garden in'the County of Galway, Efqj oneof.the juftices of Peace of the faid Ceunty, and a Captahi in^XittteiJel Blakehey's Regiment of Horfe Militia, a young Gentleman of an exceeding - good Charaaeri and. wAofe Death is univerfally lamented by all thofe who had the pleafure of his Acquaintance. ... \* Tuefday laft died at Athlone,-Anthony Lyfter, of Lyfterfield, Efq; a Gentleman of; a good Characlir, and wiiofe Death is greatly lamentedisyall that knew him. This Week twenty-fix Sh'ps laden wifh ^Cofn, and Flour, arrived here from England, as did alfoupwardof fixty Veffels laden with Coals. . .  / \ The WAREHOUSE for Morning G  7S 3 4th'-Dirj;o 1745, 75 3 4ths. Million Bank no. Equivalent 95. Royal Affurance 77.. London Affurance 9 3 4ths. Eagliih Copper'5 1. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan m? Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 2 s. 6 d. Difc. India Bonds 5 5 s. a C7 s. Difc Three and a ha]f. Salt Tallies no Price. . Three and a half per Cent/Exchequer Orders no Price. Three per Cent. Ditto no Price. AT the KING's THEATRE in the HAY-MARKET, this Day, wiH be perform'd a Nc� OPERA, atf\f IL TRIONf O DELLA.CONTIN With D;*HCJ^i^other DECO^Af ions Entirely Tx^u&k Pit and Boxet ^be: put together, idi no Perfons to be a * Lowe ,0 End of the Pfyr A Dance by Mr.- Muilment, and^then.-ToFWDich will be added, '. ,v :t The INTRIGUING CttA|lBERTViAIt>. Valentlher *f. aW^itttt DrunkeW^oJortfl^ Mr. Macklini'Good* all, Mr. Winftoae; Oldcaftle^-MivTafwell; Bbip, r^Vrno&ura i Mrs. Highinan,-Mrs. Bennet i Charlotte, Mifs Rover. ^ Places foVthc Boxes to be taken of Mr..Hbbfoa^ at the Stage* Door of the theatre, u "       :: . . ^.'.j - -To begin exactly at Six o'Clock. 9w#WST, qnThni^ay; new,Vwill be \ A �^  ^ !   Ticket^wifl, r*~*eWd. to-Subfcrlbert CSociite^ ! "heres^fcriptioHiara taken fot-'twer^f. ifernbhe#only.       ^ . �      .   .:.t < v. '..-^i.-.ii .* !   Nut, Every TMAwiU admit pithWone Centleman or Two ADV ERTISEM EN TS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-Houss, in Lpmbard-Strect.   

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