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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 5, 1845, London, Middlesex                                mm Numb. 3141. 'H I P A X'     APfiRlL 1745- Zfe*/, April 3.        - EMAIN in the Downs his Maje-ft/s Ship the Ityke, With the Princefs. MarjTf *3fco�.i W$.!ifee ( Pelham Welis, for Eaft-India ; an^t'ht OdtWard-bound formerly mentibh'd.  WWdN.N.W. fruf, Paft'dby the Seahorfe, Stohe, from Virgt-riiaT'^ftffnfte Fortune, Wowr-barce, from Lancaftc'r. Arrived at fevered JZap.ts. The Young Samuel, Wade, from Antigija, is arrived at Cork'.   1        , ' The Harriet, Craven, from St. Kitts, at Kilrufh. The Dutchefs Terefa, Jandine. from Newfoundland, at Naples. london. - .,46ifr-certain that his Royal Higtyiefs the Duke of Cumberland will fet out this Morningv m a PoftChaife, for Harwich, to embark for HoHand, Orders being iiTued for that Purpofe. Yeilerday Lieineriant General Campbell fet out from his Hqufe in Spfo^-ftfeet, with a grand Retinue, for Flanders. Yefterday Morning the Hon. Raft-India Company re-ceived an Express from Cork, with an 4cco^nt; tf&t the Swi|tSnow, Capt. Stevens, was arrived there' from,' Tien-' f'^a,rid St. Helen* : Arid brings A^ice, that thte: Dukej �fJ)oriet, Ckpf. Frognall ,* Prince William. Cap*. Lang-' , worth ; Bsaufojt* Capt. Steww; and the, Winchester, - Were all fafely arrived at Bengal. The Prince of Wales,' ~ pt Pelley, at Fort St.   thing af chat kind. Wtherco known. 1    *phe'-fame       a little Mate ran twenty Miles within an 1 Hour, on Wirnbleton Common, for a confiderable Sum of Mspey, arid won it by feme Minutes, Thebeginning-of this,Nyeek. died at the .Bath, after a. lingring lllnefs, Capt. Hamilton, ofthe Floating Factory QRtUe Co�tt of Africa. Yefterday died, aj her Houfe in Oxford Market, in the 85th Year of her Age,'Mrs. Seffe, a W^dow Gentlewo-rhan of gd6d Fortune, which fhe has divided araongft her Relations. Ob 1'uefday Night as one King a Gardner was returning to Hackney, in Licjuor, he fell into a Ditch, and was fmotherM in ti)fr Mt^d. W&hear that Mr. Arne has. fet to Mufick a new Bur-Jefque Opera call'd King Pepin's Campaign, vjrhich is now, }n Reheaffal, a^d wijl ihortly be petforin'd at the Theitrfr" Royal in Dw.y-lane. On Saaday la& was committed to the Goal in Canterbury, Anne-Young', and Leah Burgefc, two young Women, for robbing of Houfes. tefe of ICiIdare,rand the Earj oflnc^nqni^n^ Knight of "tfhet JBath^, i i^^.biea^i&l^^wg'l.ady9,, of fine Afcpmplifh-f Wf have had a very hot:Prefs on our River, and in the Bay, for thefe.four Days paft. *4La(| Week'died Francis Br�wne, of Grange, Efq^ in the County ofKildare ; who, through the Courfe of many Years, afted with Probity, Juftice^ and uhblemkh'd Re^ putaoon. He was vigorous and induftrious in the Management0$ his AfFiirs; a'Lovef of Liberty, humane and n-tUfajly Polite. He finiflied a well-fpent Life in the 79th. Yeais of his Age. Laft Week died, at his Houfe in MaryVlane, in tha 80th Year of his Age, Capt. Wilfon, who has been confined to, his Chamber 15 Years, by the. Gout. He was one of ^c'o^deft Comm;ffion*dtOfficers we had. By his Death a confiderable Ertate falls, to his Son, Mr. Pafchal WilfoQ, a Publick Notary in Caftle-ftreet. ItJs. reported here, that Commodore Barnet, who failed as Convoyrto the Eajft-India Ships, ha? ^ken four French Indiamen, and fent them into the Cape of Good-Hope. Extra<3 of a private Letter from Capt. Hughes, dated at, Kittfafe, March 22. � By the Description which we have given to the French ' Prifoners here, of the Veffel we were engaged with the, ' 10th af^d 11 fh Inftant, they apprehend her to have been the Henrietta belonging to the, Senegal! Company, whirh mpunted(.2o Guns, *ight Pouriders, bcfides Swivels, and � was wftJth a very iarge Sum' : She fought very bravely,  but wKih t hejf hoifted'their Lights, we could not give  them *he leait A#ftance, the Storm was fo very great.  Ot^er; Lettejrslfay, that her Cargoewas worth 70,000 1. Bank Stock 147. India Ditto 182 14th a 1 half a 1 8f  pijjfo q^^hwMcs 1^16 1 half. Ditto New icq a 1 4th, 3; 3 8jJ)�, Three per Cent. Annuities 8g 3 4ths. D�t3i 1-742, 89 1 halfa 3 4ths. DUto 1743, 89 1 4th a 5 8ths. Ditto 1.744, 8.9   _To begin.at; Half>jh Hcuf aftef Sk o'clock. D R  U R  Y-L  A  *Te. For the Bmefy of, Motif. MUIUylENT. AT the T^rjre-Royal in Drury-Lan�y To-morrow       be prefented a Tragedy, eall'a The, It AIR  PEN I T| N T. Thp. &rt of^Califta to be perform'd by Mrs, CJBBER } Horatio, Mb Dchne ; Sciolto, Mr. Bridges; M&mpnt; Jfin Ha-vard ; Roflano, Mr. Blaket*  Lavinia, Mifs BtuJgeli j'Lucilla,; Mifi Minors^' ''' -'"r'� �      ' � And the Part of ]>othario. to be perform'd. by Mr. GARRICK. Witlfe Entertainnientj between the Afts, viiji   " '   !   Aelt'i*' Singing by Mr. Lowe, Aft n.  A tjcw Gnrii Dante by Monf. Muilment, and others. AOs IIU- A new {cmm�f'by Mk Mniimaib and otbem * AftJV/'Singing?byM*. e^ W"Pfyj: Kfrf-VafeS. Boxes ft.1   Pit '3 �.    Fntf Gallery z s.    Upper Garery 1 s. ^rViiits will t�Emitted 16 'kefep' ^Places on the Stage. The DidieVaia drfireM to Ten* their SerraBtabf Three o'chzk. i        V-To *egifte�a�My at�**�Cloeki- Tickets to be had at Monf. Muilment's Houfe, next Door to Old'SIttghfortCofteewbonfe Martin'*-Lane; and of Mr. Hob-* foa, a^theta|erB�Qeaf the,Theatre, where.Places maybe ttken. High Water this Day at Londor-Bvidge at iffMTnotej tfter \ ' C OVEN T-G A k D'fi % AT the Theacre-Roval in Covent-O^rd&ij To-morroW, wiU be presented a Comedy, ti]Vl    � 1 � M E AiVRE KOts MEASURl The ParV of the Duke t� be perform'd by JMh ^HTj Clandwi, Mr.RVfn-Ludo, Mr.Qhipf�art; the ^owrT.Mr. Hjpi pifley.i An8�lo� Mr. Gsihel} Eftaks, Mr. Roftb; r*rc*oft, Mr. Ri-dout ; Ahhorfon, Mr-BehcraftBarnardine, Mr.StopJ^laer* 1�a-riana. M�r Hale;,Julctta, Mrs. Bland} Frasrifea, Mfi.Rcwlty j Bawd, Mrs..Mart:ji; 5 Arid fhe Part of Ifabella by Mrt. Prifchar^. 7    To which wijl bj; added, a Dramatic Entertainment of Mufick, call'd    � ORPHEUS and E UR Y D I C ft Intermix^ with a Paatomime in GrotefqtirChmQe^, ea|l\t fhe Metimorpholes of Ha ri.equin. The Part of Orpheus by Me.. Beard \ �'  Rhodope, Queen of Thrace. Mr�. ^r^G#�,/4*�ei� and hAdiet.^ill fmour brr teitbjte, Favour qfitf>iir�mplipp,..... Fir the ReHtfit And' tncreafe of A Fuvij efla- their Families. . ,  x- \ T the Theatre-Royal-fn- Covent-Garden� ^ ,�\ Wednefday next, will be pjrforaa'di a� EotntaMWie^t vf*-* Vpcu and iriftrumenul V \ I M;    U PARTI, A�.  Pnfo al Cg'O aptato Cide, jft.Merarptj fpog qjt asgfter^ Air.  IUturn,c.Q Xitdvfliijl^ inSajnfon, (ung'by MJiliJloWnfiip. Air.   MyftlflJhaU adore, in Setoelo,; IJjngV by-SigWra FrajSrefioa. Air.  Bit Tfentttfor dtl V*nt*r int Otho. fang-by Mr. Reinhold. FART JI,   Concertoi by.Mr.Weidemao. Air.  Ptr Pitt a, ntfl' Inaftpnxa Dtbfir�fag. ibf, SfamMfri. Air.   0 rudder than tH G&Tjr, in-Acis- �diGaHusV Mn Rheinhc-Id. il :r Air,   0 Sh  in Sejrjele^ f^ib^Sjgn^F^aflis^ Concerto by Signora Caporaie.^ Air.   Dini ben Mio> in Alexaiide/jiT Petfiai\by Mil's RobinToM PARTIIJ. Conctrto,b^Mr.Miltek     . Air.  frtmend*, ojcurt, atrici, inMerafpe, fOng by Sicnpa C^alB. As-foJloWs^. Overture of Sanifon. >ratariti at Air. r� StberXi qutj? Alma mja, del Sign Larnangnaioi by SigtFr3& ' Concerto liy Mr;Vifieeht,T   ^ *   T Trioin Aci*and Galatea, by S�g�ort binfon; Mr. j^einhold. r   .   . \ "\'" M>, Hai^JLXOlIRM '$m& Pit and^ox^s to be put toget,heK ja^k     " without Jiiliets, whjcjjj .wjll be, dejj>re>�3l" Half a, Guinea eacri, 'fy^ Gfll^ *. _ 'luilto* aJmftteel rfice, at y 3�� T.he Q�l]erie^.AdMKo^at~S To begin exatth; m Six ft'CJowc^."' -'A   ,      � wilf admit one Perfin into?r.y Part orthe mute. ' For the Bentfit of Mr. Sta^R t fr^Q QpQDWlKi Organijl of St. Mary MagdaltH, ^rmonJj/ey^iihf'uark, AT the SWan Tav'errj "fb CbrbbUL -this Q Day, will te perform'd a CONCEIT if "fcbe& k� men ml � " M     U     S     I By  tb, BEST MA S T-1 R S. Ticfcets to be bad at the following Places," V|i> The Coifee-lfoBlil in Three-Crowit Court; and the Three -jT^TaWitjott j&&V*Wk* ret'sHili, Southward,- at Mr,Slnefoft Mufiefc.SloTaf S^W�s? Alky, 'ComhSf j srrid � fhe Pftie^of r*errorxiwnce ' aFt*. aMp^ To Begia Jrf&^reh �TSo*jK'; '  ^ " ~ ^ tdvettifemnU of a "modtrait Leatfh a\ taken in for this Paper at Two'Shillings each.   

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