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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 9, 1845, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. Numb. 3 244. T IF I S 0 A Y,    April       >745- : Lifbon j the Ranger, Mejrcet,, _ fbjSfc. Hit**.; R�foluii  The eiark, rVem Vtrgtwia, at the>0rkn�y�. The London fa&or, league., Tfcpra Virginia^ at Pprtf- L, Q N  U O Extract of a tetter from Ghfnl,. fiferck-2\, * The French having^Notice^ that the Billanders with * the RecrqUs, Horfes, and, Cloaths for the Brjtifh, Army, Mvetffl ftiljng iyth� n*ng\ and fcfcat.the_ * Fr^n<{h; wer�_ increasing f$eir Numbdtrj an Order. was * immediately given for 16.Mob in each Troop and Com-pany, and�Pie,qu# Quafds, ^oraarch tea t^ie $fMance of * the.RjiUa^ef, on. th# SJgh�p� wivwft tb*. Frswh; retir'd, � and1 the Veffels. a� iafe arsiw'di - ry i*ttejr�frpiij Biiijto! we bwe Ad*^ thai A* 5�el-coa Privateer, was drove a/hore in King-Road Fridays Iaft, andfoff-ft afan-iitted-f a*d.*i*a*-&�-�~��c-e- dp*** i*�e-the Rivety apd, lie* acfpf% �� that^aSJii^qan gp.in.Qf out of thpt Place. /Tj^eEhterprize, Jbbfon, from Briftpr and* Qork^ to Jamaica, was taken the 2d of February by the V'ftfrbrWtiXj a French Ptivatcer, and taused into Bayonae. fcrtt&bound to- Jbma&a, but-hep Name is. not krynvn. : Tfhe Geprge. and Be�y., r-., ffpm, I?ufeUji tp Barba-d^,( �.t�^ftn ajid qgr/i&i inla $t. M-*l  PortfeipHfih. to Jamaica., is w# ift^p W-ejimomK b%v;ng, r^eiyed fpme Damage by a SJ�ip waniag foul of bw- on. Wednefiday laft, in a Gale of Wind. On Wedneftfey laft died, at Biddeford, John Buck^ Member Jjn. tfo jpro^Qt(P*rfiament fo/:Tami�oji in, Somer fetfliire ; the greatest Virginia^ MwcjjaflC in tibft- fotft of Englaod,, aa4 * Gfiathroaa much eflcem'd by all chat knew him. On Saturday fe'nnvgty. died, aj Edinburgh, the. R>ight Hon. William EarlAberdeen, a^d is fdiqceedfd ig Honour an Eftate.b^i hi�.�ldelttSo� the Lord Haddow. About the &m�Trm� died^ Mr-. Alexander Hay of Hun-tjogtown, A4vQcacej zyad- late- Sheriff- of iho County/ of BbddwigtGR-. On Sunday Night died" at his Houfe in Gerrard: Jlreet, Soho, in the 94th Year of his Age^ Mr. James Lojig, formerly ajid eqainect Sadltr. Or^Sa^da^. Nig^laftd^^idd^^ Mrs. Qgle^ Wife of Ml- Og.'c-> a wealthy/Fruiterer, i.a Qovont-Gardoq, who was ki famine perf^.Ue^Uk wijbip.a.few, M.ijwtes of'her Death.       ^ ' aTE8jno^pj), w>.Sig^^tjjva.iN6J4^jyTft0m to fee his Wife, wi^lay ilT^C^hjfei^i^riQu^ytioXa Chaifc, by whicht his.SkuH: wat to. fEaxStuned^       he prefently On Tuefday lafl the Widow Jackfon, who liv'd in a k�e,Hcu�e- about half * M+J�-froffl-K�fttftg- in- K�ot-, was found wi^Her,- Brains, bsat out,, afld, hcf. Tbrpst almolt cutfrom.Ear.to ^ar--^This bjtinrcius MwFder^ it-is f%jd, was committed by threaten,, v^he. w^re Oyn to. lcytser about h�f Ho^fe^.tliin^ng the, ^Paian. ha^d_ Dklp^sy.. 4 bloody,Wai^coaft.was left Behind, a^id ^ Pair-of Stockings. The^t, rifje^l the Hpujfc of every thing valuable. Jt is.faid That one of the. Villain* has. beenUjnc^ agprehea4ed, at 4 J�hice c'aH'd'Lenham,. - MuIty.Mblneh, M�. e�Aelt^ IftfKhiw, Mr. Bridgcwater} Mufti, Mr. Hl^pifajy-,- Antonio, M*. Cibbe*^ Moffephaj by Mr. Chapman j ftritcbard'-; Mo*�yma> Mtt* ClilCej ^ohayma, Mt-s.,M�^U{ut j An* the. Pirt �fi"0orax to be perfarm'd' by M^. QJ^iN". Wftfe Br�tstt*ir\n>^rK*- of. Sioging- by- M�. Beafd and-Mr�. Clive. And Dancing by Mr. Cook, Mr. Lalauze, and Signar� Campioni. To whithiwiif !�� nMfti a-Farcer �S'di The   5 C H O O La O Y. TAf..P�rt-i�fcUv ^JwjpItBpji byr Wader $HUTO, Tukfadtfrvtr-d/fifTh* Fiorina.t'�b*9 af.tbi/. PJq/, Scyceji 5 f.    Pit- 3,'v    Fifft (j^Wy 2 s�    l^pper.- Gallpry r. t. Ticket*^ P1*qm t^> be- Im^'m. Mr.Chjpnp^n's,.the Cproar of Tlwy write from CploheAw, that one Night laft Week, the Gigg-Mill atLangley, wasfet on Fire by Peifons unknown, wd the;gre�t!eft Part thereof confomed.*-Tfte Day bebeetki* bappen'd ti)4:MUtar vm arteiled i& *� ^�ge D�bt, andconvoiy'd to Chelmsford Goal, by twoi Oflaceia djre^M rti Womens Gloath�, who came into his Hoiife un- | die. Pieuyicc of pi&ring to Sale in a Baficet, Laces, Combs, | N�edl�t, &c From the fame Place they tail us, that the Boxing*Match-between George Stephenfon of London, and A&tbo�y-JpneA of thai Town, (which had been made for a confidera-b!e Sum,, and many Betts depending) was over in about a M�o�ls, to the Surpriz? of all the Country Fellows, to vyhern Jones had been � Terror for fon*e. Yeare. From Jpfwich they tell us, tfiat ort the ill Inflant William Goode and, Ch^rlea SeweJl^ two Shoeinakcrs in Bec-cles, were committejd'-tp the, County Goal inlpfwich, they ha,vipg cpnfefs'd tbat they, were conccrn'd with federal Smugglers in breakingioto the Houfe of Helen Hurrel of lkftckiv and carrying awray Henry Nurfey. And the fame Day one Thomas Peak was committed to the faid Goal, for breaking' open the Houfe. of Thomas Hart of Wcfthall, apd' fteafing a Watch, three Silver Spoons, Sec. The four Criminals, who received; Sentence of Death at Bu/y ajre all reproved. Within this Day or twp feveral Perfons. concerned in the vendrng-many obfeeneBook9 and Prints, have-be�n taken into Cuftody, in order to their being profecuted for the faid Offence ; which 'tis hoped will deter others from the like Practice, a Stop to it never having been more neceffaxy than at prefer^. High W&ee* this Day at London-Bridge at 43 Minutes after 4.. KAY -MARKET. By     SUBSCRIPTION, "the Foitrtjewtk Night. AT the KING'S THEATRE in the. tfAY-AfA^KET', thuDay, will be perfbntt'd the SACRED   OR ATORIO. Wi;h a. QC^CER.TQ on the ORGAN. Pit an  R U R  YL A N E. R% Hii Myefly;*, Company, qf Comedian^ k T the Theatre--Royal in Drury-Lansy- �\, on Monday next, ncill'be, preftnted.a Cpfliedy^ call'd 'l;)e    C Q M M I  T TEE; OR, Tht Faithful ?R'I��m-an-. The.Pa/t of:Te,a^u^ to be perform % by, Mr. Mackjift.j Qol. Care-Jefs by-Mf. QWiXAi. C-�l. Blunt, Mjr. Win'ftpne ; Mr. Day, Mr. Ray,} Oljad�h,, Mr, T.a/vvell j Abej, Mr, Neale Committee-Man, Mr. Turbutt} Bpqk/elle^;,. Mr, Leifh ; j.aijjn^' Mr Sjippfon}. Soldier, Mr. u/h:r ; Ja.ck., Mr- Green., Mrs. Day, Mrs. Croft j Arbella, MrJvRid�Ut!> MfS'.Ghat,, MifsBradAiw, ; And the Pan of Ruth. b.y, Mrs. Wpffington.. \yi[,h Enffrtaihrnen^, as vyijl.be exprefs'd irj the Day's Bills. TQ begin exaclly at Six o;elock, .--i.m.i    -u    .        .� .11    1 1  lJ1 j 1    j" j. .i 1   ,11      1 1 C O, V E,     X-G A 11 D E N. By   particular   DESIRE. For the Btnep of Mr. CHAPiVtAN*. AT the Theatre-RoyaJ1 in Covent-Gardtnv Monday next> will be prefented* a Play, call'd D ON    S E B A S T I A N, King of PORTUGAL Written by, D/yden. The Part oPDon Sebartian by Mr. RXAN'; Bank Stock no Price. India Ditto 1 z 1 4th. Sauth Ssa Stock* no Price. Ditto Old Annuities 110 3 4ths. Ditto New 1 eg t half Three per Cent. Annuities 90 a 8th. Ditto 1742, 90 a 1 8tn. Ditto r74-3 and 1744, 90 a 1 Rth. Ditto 1745, 8$ 1 half a 89. Million Bank 115. Equivalent 110. Royal Affiance no Price. London Afluiance 1 j 1 8th. Edglifli Copper 5 t. Seven per Cent. Emperor s Loin na Price. Five per Cen% DittP no Price. Bank Circulation 4.I. Prem. India Bonds 1 1. 9 ?. a s. Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 7 8ths Difc. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 3 Difc Three per Cent. Ditto 11 ( 3 4ths Dilc* Lojttery J ickets 20 s. 6d. Prem. Life Annuities 15 1 4th Years Purchafe. �    �    T   I . ' i      � , 1    i 1   1   > '1         1      1     v."   '     ' " ' Fur the Benefit atri Increnfe of a Futfo- e&a~ blffii for the Support of ErECM'D MUSICIANS, or their Families. AT the Theatre-Royal in Coven-t-Garden, To- morrow, will be perform'd an Entertainment of VtcaJ and Inftrumental M    U    S    I    C    K, As follows, PART I. Overture of Samfcra. Air.   Trial Eifyfe, in the Oratorio ot Samlbn, by. Mr� EMrd.   . Airi   Prefo al Caro amato Cido, in Merafpe, fnng by Si|nora Galll. Air.   Return, 0 God of Hfit, inSamfon, fung by MilsRobicfon. Air.   My [elf I Jhall adore, in Setnele, fung by Signora Franeefma. Air.   DelMinecciar del ferttv, in Otho, fung by Mr. ReinholdV, PART II.   Concerto by Mr. Weideman. Air.   Per Piete, nell' Inceftanxa Delafa, fung by Signora Frafi. Air.   0 ruddier than tie CLerry, in Acis and Galatea, fung by Mr* Rheinhold. Air.   0 Sleep, in Semele, fung by Signora Francefina, Concerto by Signora Caporale. Air.  Dirtiben-Mie, in Alexander in. Perfia, by. Mifs 5.obinfon� PART III.  Concerto by Mr. Miller, Air.   Tremende, ejeure, atreci, in Merafpe, fuog by Signora. Galli. Air.   rVby does the God of IfraclJleep, in Samfon, by Mr. BeitA-Air.   Scber** qucfi" Alma *>\a, del Sign Lampugnani by Sjg. Frafi. Concerto by Mr. Vincent. Trio in Aciiand Galatea, iang by Signora Francefina, Mifs Ro-binfon, Mr, Reinhold. s 1      mmmmmmmm*im\\W\\\lXimmm\lltmmmmmm-mmimmm Pit and Boxes to be put together, and no Perfons to be admitted without Tickets, which will be deliver'd that Day, at the O+fke   at Half a Guinea each,   Firft Gallery 5 s.   Second Gallery v 6 The Galleries \nll be open'd at Four o'clock.  Pit and Boxes at Five. To begin.exaftly at Six o'clock. The TJcHefi. deliver'd out to the Subfcribers.ta this Chari^* will adjnit one 0erfoo into any Part of the Houfe. -2 BRI DG E-H OUSE-LANDS. ^THE Committee for Letting the Jkidge-honft*   9 ' Land.5, give N*tice, that they inttna\tc fit in, the Court. cU Chamberi at Guildhall, London, lo-monrtna: being the , nth of this Mant Ax>n\ at Four of the ' Clack in th. Q After-noon^ in order to necetfut'fropojalj, and to Con trait ixith fucbPer.fonorPtrfoni^hoJhatlfbe willing tfipregand Build^ TenGaodand SukftantialUtiufes on the. Evfi-fiat of London-Bridge, with Pia-xxals in-the FrontK in Manner and Form, and according to- the Elevations, Dimen/sonsj. and Particulars, to be feen at the Cntnptrollej?s*Ofjite in the Bridge Yard,. Southwark ; and.the Co/rtraSor, or Contractor^ are to have, take do  Be)Jadra, dy'd Silk, and Silk upon Bobins, &c. which      \>t .fold firft, The above- to be feen a|-ROBERT KIRKE's War�ho�fe in Nttd Rents, St. Martin'i-le-Grand, Cbtapfjdf, from this Morniftg t^.tht Time of Saks ROBERT KJR^E, BuoxeR.   

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