General Advertiser, April 8, 1745

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 8, 1845, London, Middlesex 1C er. Numb. 3243* tt" M O N D A Y, April 8, 1745: ESTERPAY; a/ter Poft arrived his Majetly's Slpop the Baltimore from the WeMtvprd ; an.3. rfcmairi with tpe 13 like (VI311 of War, die Prince of dramge.Weftcote , Princefs Mary, Ofhorn ; and the Pelham, Wells, for Eaft-India \ and the Outward-bound formerly mention'd. Wind 9.W. LONDON. Advices from Florence of March 23, N.S. are as fojlow, viz. The Spariift Army,' acompanied by 15 Bat-tallions and 9 Squadrons'of" fteapolian Troops, continue ^a^iMvch in fey�al.Coimnns towards the Romagnia. j�rince Lobcowitz lately detached a Party of his Huffars, and feme Croats to Pfcfaro, Fatiy, and Jynigaglia, in order to obferye the Enemy. From this ja^ Tc^wn they carried cf % 'Spapife Officer who was' j&nyy&fflg there, together with all his Money and Recruits. His Mighnefs his al(o eaufed his Artillery to advance from Boulogne, and is making all .the neceflar/ Dij^ofitjoris to retard -the %iemy, till fuch Time as he can be edabjeq, rjy trie junction pf a fufB-cient Reinforcement, Jto ad upon the OfFemlve. It is thought, that the Queen's Army will take Poft at Forli, between the Rivers Ronco and Montone. We' have other Advices here, confirmed by Deferters, wbn come "m ^vprv, '*TWfTim fie whole ATm3Tun^raunt Tge does not exceed 22000 Men, including Sick. The greateft' Part of the Qeferters, whopafs thrjough Tufcany, ar* French, jyho are returning into their own Country, in order to take the Benefit of the General Pardon, publifh'd in France. General Botta Adorno is expe�b;d here foon. He has been named hy the Grand puke to command his Troops jn Tuicany, in the Room of Baron Braitvvits, who has de-jpianded and obtained Leave to retire. The' Count de fticheconrt, itisfaid, is named by the Grand Dulfe as h,is ^Jjrn^erat (he Dyet of Elation at Frangftjrt,, and HisJ8to-ther, MiniRer at Turin, in the mean while, is to perform his Office in Tufcany. We have a Report here, as if the grand"Magazine of Provifions and Forrage, which'the Spaniards "haa at Fano, had Been burnt. If this be true, it will greatly retard their Qjyejajjgjjs^ ....... M�... > .�. ms*GBtvua, March 26'. The Spanifh Troops that Wintered in Savoy, the .greateft Part of which confifts of Cavalry, haying received Orders within thefe few Days to quit that Country, and to march into the County of Nice,"are already in Motion that Way. The Troops remaining in Savoy, w.111 confift only of a fufficient Body for raifing the Contributions, which are fo exceffive, that the Country is already almoft ruined by them. His Majefty has been pleafed to make the following Promotions in his Army, viz. General of Foot, The Right Honourable John Earl of Dunmore. - Majors General, William Blakeney, Humphry Bland, James Oglethorpe, Efqj the Right Hon. JohnLoid. Dcla-tvar, ana his Grace the Duke df Marlborough. We are informed, that the Cargoes of the French Ship% taken by Admiral Martin, and fent into Plymouth, confilt of 2200 Hogftieads of Sugar, 80 Calks of Indigo, and 80,000jb. weight of Coffee, befides Cotton, and other yaiujble Efrecls.' We hear a Treaty of Marriage is on foot, between the Right Hon. the Earl of Kildare (Firft Peer of Ireland) arid" the Lady Caroline Fitzroy. eldeft Daughter of his Grace the' Duke of Grafton, Lord Chamberlain of his Migfty>Hou{houid. ^ a. On Tharfday laft Mr. Merfe, a young Gentleman of good Fortune, belonging to the Navy, 'v$as married at St. Mildred's in the Poultry, to jVlifsy[o\\y l^artindale, eldeft Daughter of Mr. Martindale, a,n eminent Woollen-draper m Lorobard-ftreet ; a young Lady perfectly agreeable, of good Senfe, afLble Difpofition, and a very confiderable Fortune. A few Pays fince Mr. William Jackfon, a Wor>I!en-d/aper in the Poultry, was married to Mifs Elizi Hum-phris, Daughter of the late Mr. William Humphris ; an agreeable young Lady, with a handfome Fortune. On Friday died, at his Lodgings at Hide-Park Corner, .^^^^'l^J^^A^mUii gcod For- Laft Saturday Night Mr. Grange, a Tallow Chandler in Oxford Road, was attack'd neaf St. Giles's Pounds by two Fellows, who robb'd him of 14. Shillings, and fome Halfpence. Ve are inform'dj that $ere is/ fuch % Dearth of Provifions in the Northern farts 9f Ireland, (owing to (he- great feP of Snow this Winter, and the long Continuance of itj that Qim&\ M*. ?t 0 s. 8 d. the Bu%l Upph the Key of Ijondonoierry, and all Grain in Proportion j fo that if there is not a timely Supply, it is fear'd that:there will be as gr�t a Mortality among the People, as there hai been already athong'ft the CattS. On Saturday Morning the Houfe of Mr. Billiard, in North-ftreer, Spitai-fields,- was broke open and robb'4 of Plate and Goods to a conaierable Value, and the Rogues get clear off with their Booty. The fame Morning a Man was found hanging in an empty Houfe near Whitechapel-fields , it was not known who he was, but it appeared that he had been there for fome Days. Laft Friday an old Houfe next the Three Queens on Clerkenwell-Green, in which were an old Man and Woman in Bed, fell down, but they happily received r.o Hurt, There are to be feen, at the Sign ef the Seven Stirs atm Northend, in the Parifh of Fulham, a Quantity of Ripe Duke Cherries; at which Place Gentlemen and Ladies may fee them every Day iri the Week, Sundays excepted. -^-They are efteem'd by all who have been to view them a very great Curiofity, and there will be fome to be feen till Natural Cherries are ripe. B AN K R U P T S. Charles Lay, of Norwich, Woolcomber. Conftantine Crobrow, of the City of Bath, China-man and Chapman. Benjamin Legood the younger, late of Caftle-ftreet near Leicelter- Fields, Middlefex, Hofier. High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 23 Minutes ifter 4. Bank Stock 147. India Ditto 182 1 4th. Sauth-S.24 Stock 108. Ditto Old Annuities no 1 half. Ditto Ntw ico, 3 gihs. Three per Cent. Annuities 89 3 4th�. DUto 17.42,'9 3 4ths. Ditto 1743 a'nd 1744, ^9 3 4thsi Ditto 1745, 88 5 8ths. Million Bank 11 5. E-guivalent no. Royal Affurance no Price. London Af-furance �1 1 8th. Engliih Copper 5 I. Seven per Ceat. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cenr. Ditto no Price. Bank .Circulation 4 1. Prem. India. Bonds iI.'qs. Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 1 4th Difc. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 3 Difc Three per Cent. Ditto 11 3 4ths Difc. Lottery ri ickets 20 s. Prem. Life Annuities 15 1 4th Years Purchafe. H A Y~- M A R K E T. By SUBSCRIPTION, The Fourteenth Nivbt. AT the KING's THEATRE in tftC" HAY-MARKET, To-morrow, will be perform'd the SACRED ORATORIO. With a CONCERTO on the ORGAN. 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-Market, at Half a Guinea each. Gallery 5 s. The Gallery to be open'd at Five o'ClocIt. Pit and Boxes at Half an Hour after Five. To begin at Hal/ an- Hour after Six o'Clock. BRIDGE -HQU^E-LANDS. 'THE Committee for Let ting the Bridge-houfir- ' L.ands, give Notice, that they intend to Jit -in the Coun-cij Qhambtr, at Guildhall, London, on Wednefday r�ancoe<, broad Cana-' biets, Irifb Stuffs, Damafkt, Shalloon*, &c. 550 Pieces of Perfians, Sergedufoys, broad and narrow lSlantuas, Ducapes, rich b'oad Armo-feens, Warer'd Tabbie*, Paduafoys, broad Dama/ks, rich Brocades, YelJurej, V^liutet^ Velvets, black Silks, Norwich Crapes, Crim-fon Grograrns, and Taffitles, for Fnrniture, Sec. . \ Likewifea Parcel of Bengali, Belladin, dy'd Silk, and. Silk upon Bobins, Sec. which will be fold firft. The above to be feen at ROBERT KIRK-E's Ware ;oufe in New Rents, St. Martin s-le-Grand, Cbeaffide, fro/n To-morrow Morning to the Time of Sale. ROBERT KIRKE, Broker.' Fjt ttie Benefit ani Increaje of a Fund, eiia-r tbetr Families, AT the Theatre-Royal inCovent-Garden, Q Wednefday next, will be perform'-d an Entertainment of I Vocal and Inftrumental M IJ As follows, PART i. Overture of Samfon. Air. Total Ecttffe, in the Oraterio ot Samfon, by Mr. Beard. Air. Prefo al Ca^o amato Cida, in Merafpe, fung by Signora, Gall(. Air. Return, 0 God o/HJis, in Samfon, fung by MiisRobinfon. Air. Myfelf I /halt adsrt, in Semele, fung by Signora Francefina* Air. Del Minactiar del Vento, in Otho, fung by Mr. Reinhold,, PART II. Concerto by Mr.Weidemao. Air. Per Pieta, nell' Inojiqnxa Delufa, fung by Signora FraG. Air. 0 ruddier than the Cterry, in Acis and Galatea, fung. by Mr* Rheinhold. Air. 0 SUep, in Semele, fung by Signora Francefina. Concerto by Signora Caporale. Air. Dirti ben Mio, in Alexander in Perfia, by Miis Robin "on. PART I'll. Concerto by Mr. Miller. Air. Tremendc, a/cure, atroci, in Merafpe. fung by Sienora Ga!H. Air. JVbydoettbtGodof.JfraelJkep, ia Samfon, by Mr. B'"'. Air. Scbtrita quef? Alma ptia, del Sign Lampugnani by Sig. Frafi. ' Concerto by Mr. Vincent. Trio in Aci�and Galatea, fung by Signora Francefina, Mifs Rip-binfon, Mr. Reinhold. Mr. Handel's Grand Sonata. Pit and Boxes to be put together, and no Parfons to be admitted without Tickets, which will be deliver'd that Day, at the QJfke, at Half a Guinea each, Firft Gallery 5 s. Second Gallery 3 s. 6 di The Galleries will be open'd at Four o'clock. Pit and Boxes at Five. To begin exactly at Six o'clock. : The Tickets deliver'd out to the Subscribers to this C'why, w-ll admit one Perfon into any Part of the Houfe, HERE AS a great Number of the Pur- 9 fers.of his Majefty'� Navy met (purfuant to an Advertife-ment of the ift Inftant,) and having agreed to meet again at tht hi* beck's Head in the Strand, on Tuefday next, to confider of further Meafures for getting their Grievances redrefs'd, the/e are to defire the n ...^ IU*\l ^Kr^ U l^T^n tn ,rt,nA ^ M^in^. z 'To be peremptorily SOLD, On 1 burfday the z^tblnfiant, between tbt Hours tf Four and Six of tit Clock in the Afternoon, furjuant to a Decree of tbt Higb Court of C/.atsctry before William Kinallon, Efq; one of tbe Mafiers of tbt faid Court; ALarge Freehold Mefiunge, with a Gar^ j^, den, Coach�boufes, Stables, and other Outhoufes theretojbe-Jenging, /ituate in Linroln's-Inn Fiejds, in the County of Middlefex, late the Eflate of Peregrine Duke of Ancaficr, deceas'd. Particulars whereof may be had at the faid Mafter'i Chambers ia Lincoln's-Irn. HEREAiJ bv an Act pa(sJd tkis Jfci-. fionsof Parliamertj forrailing of two'Milljoaa for the S�r-vifje pf the Yea/ 174-5, is is enacted, amongft other Things, that 22500!. per Annum on Lives be granted to tic Subicribeto, ortheitt Affigns, the Jntereft thereof to commence at Midfummer next, and the Live* to.be nominated by the PolTeflbrs of the Receipts from the Bank'on or before the 25th of December 1745- Knd whereas for many Years pafjt Application has been made fo Mr. Francis, Wilfan, of Cbaring-.Crofj, for the Purchafe of Annuities for Life, which he hath not been able to grant, cr to.obtain for them,' by Reafon of the extravagant Price hitherto demanded, aad the IIn-J certainty of a Security, fpr.the punflual Payment thereof. This is therefore to acquaint the Publick, thaf not only himfelf, but many of his Friends haying fubferib'd towards.,the abovefaid Surrt of 44500-1, are re�dy to treat for the Sale of Part of the faid Sub-fcriptiohs, and willing to dilpofe of any Annuity for Life between the Sums ef 5 i. aad 5po.l' ger Annum, the Purchafers thereof will be entitled to fettle them oh the Lives cf any Perfon or Perfons thef fhalh, me, without any Reftri^ions in regard to their Ages, which will vield them an Intereft after tbt Rate of near 7 /.. ftr Cent, far p'rovi.de for .Children and iingle Perfons of both Sexes hatb not offer'A-fince the Year j705, when the Governmeat laft granted Annuities for Life ; and it has been obferv'd, that great Part of them were bought O their Wives and Families (which many of them enjoy tp this Day.) Attendance will be given every Day (Sundays excepted) by the faid Francis Wilfon, at hh 0%e at Charing^Crofs, and likewife ft^ta Eleven till Three at Baker's Coffee Houfe in Excbange-Ailejr. 44vtft\feme*ti of a modstAte Length a\ taken in for ibis Paper at Two Shillings each. ;

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