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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 30, 1845, London, Middlesex                                Tht General Ad vertifer. SATURDAY,    March 30.   1745- Deal, March 28. lEMAIN in the Downs the Duke Man of War i the Great Britain Privateer, Prince of Orange, Weftcote; and Princefs Mary, Ofborn, for Eaft-India ; Judith, Holland; and Elizabeth and Martha, Woodward, for Barbadoes; James, Ball, for Carolina ; Agnes and Betty, Bream, for Philadelphia ; Providence, Morgan, for Exeter; Good Intent, Cropton j and Mary and Elizabeth, Dunn, for TopQjam ; London Hope, Madgfon, for Dart- ____.   mr.___1    ��* 1     r     r ___i       . t i t     . Sfti* ? ff  '  u C,/0r nrlc  ' thC NA�i?e AnlC' I     *ne T�y* ^altn xrom London tor � 5r��5*yi�^^ The Endeavour, Carr, from.London ; and the Betfey, Profperous Iocre'afe, Slighcholm, for Partfmouth S.W. Grave/end, March 28. Pafs'd by the Young Philip, Warbenar, from Bilboa ; Wager's Prize, Forrefter, from - i and Dolphin, Brady, from Nevis. The Adventure Man of War, is arrived at Jamaica, from Cuba ; as is alfo the King David, Bourne. The York, Barker, from North Carolina, at Hull. The Rebecca and Mary, Wilkie, from Virginia, at Yarmouth. The Sally, Gale j Pennington, � � j and John and .Hannah, Crofthwaite. from Virginia.    WAyffr*p�a--.-- LONDON. MEMORIAL lately delivered at the Hague, by Baion Schwicheldt, the Hanoverian Minifter there. High and Mighty Lords, THE King of Great-Britain and Elector of Brunfwick-Lunenbourg having all along had nothing more at Heart than to cultivate a firjcere Friendlhip with the illustrious Republic!* of the United Provinces of the Netherlands, his Majefty thought it would be giving your High-Might incites a frefh Proof of his Inclinations in this refpecV fo fend me hither in the Quality of his Electoral Minifter, with Orders to concur heartily in all the Meafures which your High Mightineffes might judge propereft for the Cir-cumftances we are now in. -VimSang myvfrfarrVcr, far fi�w4ewiug that^Ai^wrr^Wsh �vitb which he has ftlthertd undertaken the Defence of the Common Caufe, is refolved not only to continue his Efforts., but even to pufli on with greater Vigour than heretofore, in order to deftroy the, pernicious Projects of the Enemies of the Publick Repofe, and to protect and ftrengthen the folid Syftem, on which the Happinefs of fo many States and Nations depends. -It ji with thw Intention that his Majefty, not contented with employing the Forces he drawfrfrom his Kingdoms, orders me to declare to your High Mightineffes, that he is ready to enter alfo, in .Quality of Elector of BrunfWick ulterior Operations of the Campaign, in furnifhing for his Electoral Quota towards the Common Service, a particular Body of Troops, to be employed as fhall be determin'd in the Conferences to be held on this Subject at the Hague ; exprefsly meaning, that his Majefty .gives this Corps exclusive of that which he may grant befides to her Majefty the Queen of Hungary, under the Denomination of Subfi-dkry Troops. It is likewife his Majefty's Intention that the Body of his Treops, which actually makes Part of the cambined Meafures that may be agreed upon in the laid Conferences, in order to take, in concert with the Grand Army in the Netherlands, fuch other Meafures as may be deemed mod advantageous to the Common Caufe, and to fix the manner in which each of thefe two Armies ntuft ac]t, purfuant to the Plan that ihaU be laid down for tbePurpofe, that rhey may be able, in Cafe* of need, to help one another, either by a Diverfion or otherwife, according as Circumftantes and the Reafon of War may require. The King promifes himfelf, from the Republick's Zeal and Friendlhip, that in Confideratioa of this prefent De- elude his Majefty, in Qaalhy of ElecTor of Bruhfwick-Lunenboarg, as a Principal Contracting Party, in the Meafures that ftiall be thought fit to be taken for the mutual Safety and Defence of all the High Allies agaioft the Common Enemy. The underwritten Minifter is authorized and ready to affift on this Footing at the General Conferences that fhall be held here for this Purpofe, and waits, with Refpecl, for the Day when it fhall pleafe your High-Mightineffes to invite him thereto. Done at the Bagul, the ypb of March, 1745, N.S. S'gn'd, AUGUSTUS-WILLIAM de SCHWICHELDT. On the 25th the Defiance Man of War arrived at Plymouth, in order to join Admiral Martin. Yefterday there arrived a M|il from Lifbon, which brings Advice, that two Ships laden with Corn are taken and carried into Bayorine. And alfo two Ships with Pilchards ; one from Carolina, and one from Lifbon; and two or three others, laden with Fifh. The Ruby, Chaftft from London for Oporto, is takeB, Leagh, from Faro, are alfo taken, and carried into the fame Port. The Prifcilla, Ham, from South Carolina for London, is taken, and carried into Havre. The Difpatch, Cunningham, from Maryland to London, is taken and carried into Morlaix. Yefterday there was Advice, that the Young Peter, Peter Watfon, bound from Morlaix to Cad^z, richly laden, is taken by the Queen of Hungary Privateer, and carried into Milford Haven. Yefterday General Legpnier, General Howard, and fe-veral other Officers of Diftinction, fet out, in order to eai-T5a*rk for Flanders. Yefterday the Domefticks belonging to his Royal High-nefs the Duke of Cumberland, embarked for Oftend. On Monday Night laft a melancholly Accident happen'd at Aimfbury in Wilt&ire, viz. A Servant belonging to Mr. Jofeph Clavey, the Froome Carrier, having thro' Carelefnefs dropt fome Fire amonglt the Hay, where there were 25 Hoffes, belonging to Mr. Clavey, in a fhort Time the whole Building was in a Blaze, and in lefs than two Hours was burnt, together with 21 Harks, eight Houfes adjoining, and a Servant, who was afleep in the Stable when the Fire began. On Thurfday laft Mr. Ivory, a Cooper, was chofen Beadle of Bread-ftreet Ward, in the room of Mr. Makepeace, deceas'd. This Week died in James-ftreet, Weftminfter, Captain Oldfield, who ferved in Flanders under the late Duke of Marlborough. . On Thurfday laft died, at ber Houfe in St. Martm's-lane, Weftminfter, Mrs. Whitaker, a Widow Gentlewoman, of good Fortune. On Thurfday Night as Mr. Grierfon, aTobacconift in Berwick-fireet, was palling thro' Hog-lane, he Was ftopt by two Fellows, one of whom held him whilft the other robb'd him of 14 s. and fome Halfpence. Yeftsrday Jacob Faulcoa was committed to thePoukry-Compter by Mr. Alderman Winterbottom, for felonioufly .v.., �, T~ ��w,     v^ux ui sector ot pruntwictc- ,|: ?*ali�g ar Jwfjy Carpet, V^lue 3 1 fr�m out of the t$mn\mrg?7&rmtiW mwnfflBg VhtriFftrgrii^^0* M;. Mendez de Cofta, of Jeffreys Square, in neral Concert that is to be fettledyheVe, with refpeft to the  Samt Mary Axe- Wcrchant- Saint Mary Axe, Merchant. As was likewife Henry Gray (who formerly went by the Name of Captain of the Black Boy Alley Crew) to the Savoy, handcufft, and guarded by a Party of Soldiers, for defercing from the Hon. Lieutenant-Colonel Philips's Regiment of Foot the third Time, fo that it is hoped he will now meet with a due Punifhment, he having been for many Years a moft notorious Fellow, and moft of his Companions executed. As was likewife Anne White, to Bridewell for pilfering fome Bottles oat of the Haufe of Mr. David Odell, of Bifhopfgate-Street. High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 12 Minutes after 8. Bank Stock 147.   India Ditto 182 3 4ths a 1 half. South Sea Stock 107 1 8th a 107.   Ditto Old Annuities no 1 4th.  Ditto New 108 7 8ths a 9.  TWe per Cent: Annuities 89 1 4th.   Ditto 1742, 89.   Ditto 1743, 88 8ths.   Ditto 1744, 88 7 8ths,   Million Bank 115.  E-.-alent no.   Royal Affurance no Price.   London AfTu-' \ ranee u 1 8th.  Englifh Copper 5 1.   Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price.   Five per Cent. Ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 3 1. 15 s, Pr.. India Bonds 11. -8 s. a 9 s. Pr.    Three and, a half Salt Tallies 3 3 4ths Difc.'-Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 3 Difc. Three per Cent. Ditto 12 1 4th Difc.   Lattery Tickets 20 s. Prem. A H  A T the__________ . HAY-MARKET, on Thurfday next? wUl*te An    A   S   S   E   M   B   L Y - M A R  itV^%f.... Y.     ^ (Being tbeLaJitbii Tear.) Tickets will be deliver'd ta Subf.ribers on Wednefday next, tS White's Chocolate-Houfe in St. James's ftreet. Every Ticket will admir either One Gentlenian or Two L adlet. D R U R  Y-L A N E. By      D   E   S   I   R   E,     > For the Benefit of Mrs. WOFFINQTON, By His Majejifs Company of Comedians, AT the Theatre-Royal in Dmry-tanej ^2 this Day, will be prefented a Comedy, call'd ^J7� l'he    STRATAGEM. The Part of Archer to be perform'd by Mr. G ARRICK � Cherry by MifeM.WOFFINGTON, (Being the firfi Time of ber appearing upon any,Stage ;) Aimwell, Mr. JHavard j Scrub, Mr. Macklin j Foigard, Mr. Yitwj Dorinda, Mrs. Mills; And the Part of Mrs. Sullen by Mrs. WOFFINGTOtf. Aft IV.  A Dance by Mr. Muilment, and crhert� To which will be added a Farce of three Ac"ls, calJ'd The QUACKS, ot Love's the Thyfician* Wrote by Mr. Swiny. The principal Parts to be perform'd by Mr. Macklin, Mr. Yate% Mr. Mozeen, Mrs. Bennet, Mrs. Ridout, Mils Bradihaw. With a PROLOGUE to the Farce to be fpoke by Mrs. Woffingtott, Boxes 5 s.    Pit 3 s.    Firft Gallery a s.    Upper Gallery x a. Part of the Pit wll be RaiTd into tbe Boxes, and Servants %uill bt allew'd to kc.'p Places on the Stage. ^ Tickets delivered out for tbe iztb will be taken tbit Night. t> On Monday uext TANCRED and SIGISMUNDA. For the Benefit of the AUTHOR. COVEN T-GARDEN. At the Deftre of feveral Perfom of Quality. AT the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Gardetij^J this Djy, will be prefented the Tragedy of \S  C         A        T        O. The Part of Cato to be' performed by Mr. QTJIN ; Portius, Mr. Ryan ; Lucius, Mr. Rofco j Sempronius, Mr. Cafli^l; Juba, Mr. Hale j Syphax, Mr. Gibfon j Marcus, Mr. Andsrfonj Decios, Mr, Ridout.  Lucia, Mifs Bellamy; And the Part of Marcia by Mrs. Pritchard. To which will be added a Mock-Opera, cafl'd PYR AM US   and   THISBE. . Writt a by Shakefpeare.          The Mufick compos'd by Mr. LAMPE. The Part of Pyramus to be perform'd by Mr; Beard 5 Lyon, Mr. Reinhold j Wall, Mr. Laguerre j Mooafliine, Mr, Re. berts j ' . And the Part of Thifte by Mrs. Lampe. The Dances by Mr. Cooke, Mr. Lalauze, .Mr'. Plcq, Mr� Ville� neuve, Mr. Delagarde, Mrs. Delagarde, and Mrs. Duval. Boxes 5 s.    Pit 3 s.    Firft Gallery as.    Upper Gallery 11. To begin exactly at Six o'Clock *#* On Monday next vil] be prefented the Serojid' Part of Ki�j HENkY the Fourth.  For the Benefit of Mr. HIPPISLEY. At the particular* Dejire of feveral Perfons of T)ifiin&ion. AT the New Theatre in the Haymarket,    C this Day, will be perform'd the laft new PaftoralOpeiaycalTd   /\ L'INCOSXANZA DELUSA. Pit and Boxes to be put together at Half a Guinea.: Gallery 5 u To begin at Half an Hour after Six. No PerfoHs to be admitted behind the Scenes. Bokes to be taken at the (aid Theatre, and at Mr. Geminiaoi'i in. Pufour's-Court, Broad-ftreet, S6ho. Note, By Requeft Mr. Geminiani will perform One of his New Concertos between the Afts._    ' ' For S ALE by the C A N D E E, At the MARINECoffee-Houfe in Birchi>r~Lant, On Thurfday next, April 4, at Five d'C/ocA"ia ibetffferttMlt prec'tfely, THE entire Stock: in Trade of-Mr. JOHN GOLDSON, of Lndgatt-jlrteti Mereer.V.' .�> A largti Parcel of rich Brocaded Silks, rich Dimalks, Silk Sattinr, Water'd and Unwater'd Tabbies, Velvecs, VellureJ, PaArifoys,^ tici\ ilack Silks, Armoteens, Ducapes, Mantua Silks, '^eJttfijyV.-Nor-' inch Crapes, Shagreens, SarfenetJ, Perfiiat, Broad .StufTs, Bomba-zeens, J>o'ph'ns,"A'liap"eens,&c . ; '       "     , Thefe Goods may be feen atiMtBELL'^Sale.Warehoiife In Amf-: mary Church-Yarti BoW'Lant, Cbeitfftde, frodj Monday next to the ' Time of Sale* .  , JOHN BEtiL, BXok�r. a �       � � 1  j". * this Bay is ptiblffid, Pricle 6d� THERE PIX of X %rit\flk Msjxtipr. ofe Parliament to the AhtWer of * Milantfe Genrleraaft/ DaWt-at Miloih yWjM^, 1744-, and- printed: atLoftdon, ]Upon.th^T�StIx Article of the Treaty Conculded at Worm* the t^ ofiS�|fcfl�fc�r# 1743,'t^theTowntBd.Marquifatelof'FSrrt^SiiJt * /' i��ifltediHt M.>Ccop�, at the �31ob#b P�eM�oftersiip*;, ,   . .   "Whixemaybe had the Tnnflatia* ia twacb. 4dx>ertiftmenH of a moderate Length *\ taken in for tbU Paper at Two Shillings lath,   

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