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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 6, 1845, London, Middlesex                                SATURDAY,   Apul 6,   1745. m Death Apil 4-- BlItS^ftB'AV Afternoon JeremT of the Caafters failed to the Welt-ward ; but put back again this Morning ; and remain with the Duljte Man of War, Prince of .Orange, W#ftcQte i the Princefc Mar/, O/born ; and the Pelham, "Wells, for'�aft-India i Judith, Holland ; and the Elizabeth and Mary, for ftarbadofc-s ; tfoeGeorge William,-'Campbell, for Jamaica ; James, Ball for Carolina ; Agnes and'Betty, Brame, for Philadelphia.   Arrived Robinhood, Litdejohn j and$ary, Whijr, from Leghorn; 1( Winchelfea, Curling, from Mahone; Neptune, Wigxam, ! (late Gofton) from Montferrat.   Wind W.N.W. Grave/end, April 4.   PalVd by the Succefs Prize, Wild- ; boare, from Havre-de-grace i and the Lydia, Hall, -from The Charming Molly, Cqbham, from Cork, is arrived t& Dover. LONDON. E#tra�l of a private Letter from Am/ler.dpjn, by the lafl Dutch Maii.  It is pretended that no final Refolution is yet taken, with regard to the Plan of Operation's of the CQn/fideiace Army in Flanders. Count l^otugfegg was of Opinion, ?hat they QiQuU, in the firil Place, fee what Condition the Troops are in, and how every Thing elfq relating to the Army tlands, before refolying whether �e fliould go in que|l of the Enemy, or attack any of their ftrorig ' Towns, or keep fimply on the Defenfive.   Their High M'ghtinertes have left to that General the Care and pif-polal ef all thefe Things, depending, as they (ay, on his ' great Talents and Experience ;  and his Exceljtncy has ' aifured them, that he will let flip no Opportunity to an- * fwer fheir Expe&aiiqns of him. jronSwichfIdc hgtla      ff 'T "it Li ft i Wifff3, -*** the- _ ^esoF the State, about the Memorial he lately prefented Jor getting his Britannick Majeily, ip Quality of * Ek'&br .0/ Lfarjove-, adroitttd among the. Allies as a �* Principal Contracting Paity ;  and their High Mighti- * neffes feem more difpofed than at firit, to enter with the * Electorate of Ijanoyer into all the Meafures that fhall �. be' judg'd requifue for the Prefervatipn and Defence of * their refpe�live Dominions : However, this Affair is not 4 yet terminated, becaufe the Court of Vignnjfc's Anfwer 4 muft be waited for. � The Dani/fi.Minifter at the.Hague fay?, tha.thehasno * Advice concerning the Report which is fpread, that a � Subfidy Treaty Vs concluded between the King Ijis Ma * fter and his Britannick Majeityj by Vertue of which, the 1 Court of Denmark fhquld engzge to march 8000 Men #* far-ehe Srwke^fc the> King ofrr*e�- Britain. Nfever-� thelefs, we have Intelligence, that there is a Conyen--* tibn on the Tapis at Copenhagen to this Purpofe ; but it * is not to take Place unlefs the Electorate of Hanover, �. but efpecially the Dutchjes of Bremen and Verdcn, be � attacked. * The Elector of Mentz finds himfelf in a terrible Di-' lemma.   The French have feized upon his Fortrefs of * Konigflein, notwithllandiog all his Reprcfenta'.ions ; ic � is a pretty good Piece of Modern Fortification, and has * a ftrong Callle.--It is plain enough nenv that Fra:zce � has refolved to be even with the Elector, for having fo ' openly favour'd the Allies. � We expect to know, by the next Poftfrom Germany, � whether Marfhal Maillebois defigns to attack the Allies, � or march directly to Hanover.' Yefterday Morning early his Royal Highriefs the Duke of Cumberland, fetout from Sr. James's, to take upon him .the Command of the Army in Flanders. The fame Day Major General Bland fet out from his Houfe in Saville-row for Harwich. Yefterday came Advice, that the St. John Baptift, of and for Bourdeaux, from Guardaloupe, is taken by the Dartmouth Gaily, and Mars Privateers, and carried into Dartmouth. The Induftry,-, of and from Martitjico, for Bour- .rffon'Tfawi* P^P tal�eq by the.Bofcavven Private?/, who n arrived at Dartmouth ; but parted with the Prize on the 28th of March. - The following are the French Ships taken by^dmiral Martin, and fent into Plymouth, viz. The Amiable Jane, -, from Sr. Damingo for Bourdeaux, Burthen 200 Tons, 14 Guns, 34 Men. The St. Anne, Beonfeau, from St. Domingo for Nantz, of 14Guns, 36 Men.' The Maria Margarette, from Sr. Domingo for Nana, of 14 Guns, '3 3"Men. The Mercury, Boifandre, from Martinico, for Nantz, of id Guns, 45 Men. And the Pallas, 'Cplifon, from Martinics for Bourdeaux, of 300 Tons, 26 Guns, and 70 Men. There 1?.Milice, that trW#iUdy^rown, from St.'ffcm?, which had been re-taken from the French, is fafcly arrived at Falmouth. The Great-Britain Privateer, Capt. Wilf,n, waits only for a Wind to proceed to Sea to rinifti her Cruize ; fhe has already taken Five Prizes, and 'tis not doubted w 11 have more Succefs, for there is no V'efTel they fee, but they can come up with ; fhe has been chas'd three rimes by French Men of War, and, as we are allured,' could have ipai'd them almoft Half her Sails. On Thurfday laft died, at her Lodgings in Red-Lion-flreet, Holborn, of a Mortification in her Arm, Mifs Rich-bold, a young Lady of good Fortune, and very much edeem'd by all that hid the Pleafure of her Acquaintance. On Wednefday Night one Mr. Cunningham, a Gardner, wa8,attack'd at Sandy-End near Chelfea/by two Ruffians, wjm robb'd him of about five Shillings, and gave him fe-veral Blows for having no more Money in his Pockets. On Thurfdsjr laft one of the Workmen who was re-airing a Houfe lately burn^ in New Bond-ftreet, had the "i^jfoftjjije to fall bom the Top of a Ladder into the Street, b.y .which he-broke one of his Legs and both his Arms ; he was immediately carried to the Hofpital at Hide Park Corner, but 'ui thought next t,o impoftible he fhould t.e-<;oyer. High Water thiss Day at London-Bridge at 7 Minutes jifier 3. Bank Sjtock no Price. India Ditto i8z a 1 4th. Sauth-Ssa Stock 108. Ditto Old Annuities 110 1 half. Ditto New K9 a 1 4th a 3,8ths. Three per Cent. Aonukjes 8g 3 4^hs. Ditia 1742, 89 3 4ths. Ditto }.741t .?9 3 3 4*h�. Siuo 1744, 89 3 ^ht. Million Bank 115. Equivalent 110. Royal Affurance no Price. London Affurance 11 1 8th. E,nglifb Copper 5 1. Seven ,per Cenr. Emperor's Loan no Price. Fivje per Cen . Ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 4 1. Prem. In-dit% JBon^ i 1. 7 5. a g Prem. 'i'hree and a half Sajt Tallies 3 1 4th Difc. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 3 Difc Three per Cent. Ditto 1.1 3 4ths Di/'c,.   .Lattery Ticke,ts 40 �. Prem. By A' H s T 0 N, in tlffr AY-MARKE UBSCRIPTI The Fourteenth Night. T the KING's THEATRE H AY-MARK-ET, on Tuefaynext, will be perform'd a SACRED   ORATORIO. Pit and Boxes to be put together, and no Perfons to be admitted without Tickets, which will be deliver'd that Day, at the Opera-Office in the Hay-Mar.ket, at Haifa Guinea each.   Gallery 5 s. . The Gallery to be open'd at Fimo'Clock.   Pit and Boxes at Half an Hour after Five. To begin at Half ao Hour after Six o'Clock. D R  U R  Y-L A  N E. For the Benefit of Monf. MUIEMENT. AT the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Laiwr this Day, wi]J be prefented a Tragedy, cail'd The   FAIR   P5NITEN T. The Part 0/ Caljfk^ to be. perform*d by Mrs. C1BBER ; Lothario, Mr. t^i\t} 'Horatio, Mr. pelaae ; S.cio]to, Mr. Bridges ; Altamont, Mr. Hayard fRofyno, Mr. BJ^ei.' Lavinia, Mifc Bud� gell'; Luciih', Mi'fiItviinors. ' " With-Enttrta'mtnents between the A�ls, -viz. Act IT.  A new Grand Dance by Monf. Muilment, and others. A yA RD; Colombine, Mst-KhbYi Pantaloon, Mr. Arthur; 'SquireGaw-key, Mr. .Bencraft! j Mrs. Mannerly, Mrs, Margin ; Goody Gur-tbn, Mr. Marten; Dru^�e, Servant to Pantaloon, Mr. Hjppifley; Woman Dwarf, by aFreqch Bey ; Country Lads by Mr. Yilleneuve, Mr. Delega'rde, Mr, Dupfe, and Mr. Deftrade ; Country LalFes by Mrs. Duval, Mrs. Delagarde, Mrs. LeBrun, Mrs. Ozanne ; A Rural Swain and Nymph by Mr. COOK.Rand Sig. CAMPIONI. None will be admitted into, the Boxes but by printed Tickets, which will be deliver'd.at the OfBcein the Lobby at 5 s. each. Pit 3 s.   Firft Gallery r 8.   Upper Gallery is. Being tbe laft Time oj' AEling, 'till Enfttr Hoilidayt, To begjn exaftly at,Six o'Clock. For the Benefit of Mrs. FRED AT the New Theatre in the H*yai this Day, will be perform'd the laft .    ...----------------new p�^W'fpgjGE      ^ L'INCOSTANZ A DELU^,?!^: Pit and Boxes to be put together at Half a Guinea.   CaJUsj9^ The Gallery to be Open'd ar Fi�e o'Clock.   Pit andRqxi To begin at Half an Hour after Six. *#*Tickets to be had at Mrs. Jf>ederica's Houfe jn $hpnaffe&^..^ faciflg Qtjeen-.ftreet, near Golden-Square. ^ }'"* Mis. Fuderica humbly btpet tbe Gtntlemtn and Ladies wff, llj  bjijb'd for the Support of DECAY *D MUS1CI, their Families. *3ffl AT the Theatre-Royal in Covent-^4* Wednefday next, will be perform'd an Efli Vocal, and Initrumental Air. Air, Air. Air. 4�� MUSIC AS follows, v PART I. Overture of Samfoo.       :-,-^a&ft Thiol Eclitft, in the Oratorio of Samfon, by Mrs Prffo al Qa oamato Cido, in Merafpe, fung by SJjjfr^^Galii.' Return, 0 Goda/Hftt, inS?mfon, fung'by.Mils. Myfclf I Jbnll adore, in Semele, fung by Signora | DelMttiatciar del VertU, in.Otho, fung byMr.Ri" PAftT II.   Concerto by Mr.Weidemaa, Ba Pieta, rell' Jneoftanxa Dtlafa, fung by SifBi 0 ruddier than the Cherry, in Acts and Calatqfe Rheinhold. , > Air.   0 Sleep, in Semele, fung by Signora Fraace$Hik'"' ' Concerto by Signora Caporale. ~�.,. Dirti ben Mio, in Alexander in Perfia, by Mift^l PART HI.  Concerto by Mr. Militr. Tremende, efcure, atroci, in Merafpe, fung by Si; Why dees tbe God cf Ifrael pef, in Samfon, by L^-Stberxn quei': Alma mia, del Sign Lampugnani by I /-t-^.-g- fa. ftf- ir:_____----- Afr. Air. Air. Air. Air. Air. ^ Trio in Ac'nand Galatea, fang by Signora Francefioa^ l||jj^vjUtf hinfon, MriReinhold. Mr. Handel's Grand Spnataj Pit and Boxes to be put together, and no Perfons la be adWtited-without Tickets, which will be deliver'd that Day, at the Office,^ �fc Half a Guinea each,  Firft Gallery 5     Second GaHerj^-gir 6.i3. '.' The..Gallcrie� will be open'd at Four o'Clock.  Pit and Boie|� Five, To begin exactly at Six o'Clock. r5* The Tickets deliver'd out to the Subfcriben to tbA� phoajv^? W-:il admit-one Perfon into any Part of the Houfe._' ^ nfllE Committee for Letting the Bridge-ho^fe- >4< cil Chamber, at Guildhall, London, on Wedtid^j*|e i otb Day- of this Inftatit April, at Four of tbi C/sci, /* tfyt Afternoon^ in order to receive ProPofals, and to ContfJ%ft in the Ntw. Building!, fucb of tbt faid Materials; Committee by their Clerk of the JVgr^jt fhall appvii fjg^fgSBSS^SS^ Ship, at Sam's CofTee-houfe near the'Cttlr "^^g^lrV- tom-houfe," at the Place of Sale; anioi^ ">Jk .....Cffiflth.S ROGERS, Baotor _tyvtr-atai'fi LLOYDV CoffeeZ&ujt*"* wm For SALE by the CANDLE, At LLOYD'S Coffee-Houfe in Lombard-Streff,' On Thurfday, April n,  at F�ur o'Clock" in the Afurnygt precifely, by the Exchange-Clock,      �' TH E following Goods, being the Cargo of the St. PAUL P VCof-fee-houfe near the Cuftom-houfe, at the Place of Sale, and.Jij/";-' ." Charles Rogers and Noah BliflR�i7"|r^rfc 7 bundles SaiKeKiK 1 Barrel, 1 BbV,4^ per, and Cixi!ix* ,. 2 Bags of Shirts af d Stock^lf 1 Calk of fundrie* (except the Brandy), to be- feen^t ^taoj^ii ark ; and the Brandy at Porter'* ^ey^Jwrii Time of Sale.      '' ' " ' ' )>%S$:M� .�.tf<2l 4dvertiftmmti of 0 modcrSt Length aiu ttkn in for tkis Paper at $wo Shillings each. V (P. c "S-..."-'fj4r�':".   

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