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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 10, 1845, London, Middlesex The General Adveftifer. N U M B. 3i4f. WEDNESDAY, April 10, 1745. -SI* JD^tf/, Jpril 8. EMAIN in the Downs the Duke Man of War, Baltimore Sloop, and Great Britain Privateer j the Prince of Orange,Weftcote ; and Princefs Mary, Ofborn, for Eaft-India ; Judith, Holland; and Elizabeth and Martha, Wood- Ball, for Carolina ; Agnes ana Betty, Bream, for Philadelphia ; the Braganza, Lyon, for Lifbon; the Ranger, Mercer, for St. Kites; Refolution, Baker, for Cagliari ; the Nottingham, Chapman, for Virginia ; Exeter, Thurman, for Dartmouth. Came down the Expedition, Robinfon ; and Dorothy and Elizabeth, Sampfon, for Virginia; George, Ball, for New-England ; Sarah, Stone, for Oporto ; Su-fannah, Whitfield, for Southampton ; John and Elizabeth, Onett ; and Happy Grave, Goodridge, for Dublin ; Phil- lis, Gilham, for Chichefter ; Lamb, -, for Plymouth; Sarah, Roller j Thompfon, Thompfon ; and the Unity, Thompfon, for Pqrtfmouth, Arrived the Maryland Mer-"Wl;: , in Merafpe, fung by Signora OsII5. Return, O God of HJit, in Samfon, fung by MifsRibinfi n. Myfelf I Jhall adore, in Semele, fung by Signora Frairpfna. Dei Minacciar del Vento, in Otho, fung by Mr. Reinhold. PART II. Concerto by M�. Weideman. Per Pieta, ntlf Incoftaaxa Delufa, fung by Signora Frafi. Air. Air. Air. Air. Air. Air-Air. 0 ruddier than the Cherry, in Aris and.Galatea, AiriR by Mt� Air, 0 Sleep, in Semele, fung by Signora Franceflna. Concerto by Signora Caporale. Dirti hen Mio, in Alexander in Perfia, by Mi& Robinfon� PART III. Concerto by Mr. Miller. Yremende, efcure, atreci, in Merafpe, fung by Signora Galli. Why does the God of lfraelJletp, in Samfon, by Mr. Beard: Schema quef Almantia, del Sign- Lampugnani by Sig. Frafi* Concerto by Mr. Vincent. Trio in Aciond Galatea, fung by Signora Francefiha, Mifs Ro-UB.'MK'imMM*" ' * ' g 1 i Air. Air. Air. Air. Eimony tut. rceri Mr. Handel's Grand Sonata. Pit and Boxes to be put together and no Perfons to be admitted without Tickets, which will be deliver'd that Day, at the Office, at Half a Guinea each, Firft Gallery 5 s. Second Gallery 3 s. 6 d. The Galleries will be open'd at Four o'Clock. Pit and Boxes at Five. To begin exactly at Six o'Clock. t^* The Tickets deliver'd out to the Subfcribers to this Charity, will admit one Perfon into ar.y Part of the Houfe. BRIDGE-HOUSE-LANDS. ^THE Committee-for Letting the Bridge-houfe- 5 * Land?, give Notice, that they intend to Jit in the Cotin-cilChamber, at Guildhall, London, this Day, b&irg the \olh Day of this Inflant April, at Four of the Clock in the Afternoon, in order to receive Propofals, and to Contracl
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