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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 16, 1845, London, Middlesex                                TUE'SDA Y,   April 16*, '1745. Deal* 4frM M' - i'ESTERDAV after Poll his Ma-jeftyi's Sloop the Baltimore, wi|h the "Eaft-India Ships,   and the j Outward-bound faird to theWeft-. w�fd.   Arrived the Sutherland 'Privateer from a Cruize ; and remain with the DukeManof War, Hawk Sjoop ; and Providence, Burn i and Dorothy and Elizabeth, Simpfon, for Virginia. Gravtferid, April 14.   Pafs'd-by the Levite, Pargefton, from StettlU I'^^^liS&iMltr^tmfltak'dldLtfd Lady Anne, Xifl^k./from Amllerdam; JLcklian-Merchant, Riley, from Leghorn. The Witloaghby, Talbot, from Jamaica, is arrived at Levcrpool. ' �   ' The Endraughc,-, from Anffterdam, at ditto. LONDON. ExtraS of a private Letter from Amflerdam,  April 20, N.S. �'� * Some timepafta Report was raifcd here, that the Kiag ' of Pruffia was going to borrow a Sum of Money from the � Nobleffe of the Dutchy of Cleyes ; but few People then   of good Fortune in Cambridgefhire. On Saturday died, *t his HoUfe in Frith-ftreet, Soho, in the 74th Year of his Age, Mr. John Gold, a wealthy Haberda'flier. Brijiol, Aptil 13. On Thurfday our worthy Recorder received a Letter from the Right Hon. the Lord High Chancellor, acquainting him, that he was appointed by his Majcfty one of the Juftices of the Court of King's Bench. On Thurfday lalt ended the General Goal Delivery, for this City and County, before the Right Worfhipful John Day, Efq; M:.yor, Mr. Juftice Fetter, and the Worfhipful the Aldermen, when the three following Perfons received Sentence of Death, viz. Anne Carril, fer robbing an Infant Female Child of her wearing Apparel on the Highway.-Elizabeth Sinyes, For picking the Pocket of Maurice Fitzgerald of eight Guineas.-And Dorothy Vile, for dealing a Gold Watch, out of Mr. Jordan's Shop in -High-ftrtet. IRELAND. Lublin, Jpril 6. Lafi Wednefday the Races began at the Curragh for his Majefty's Plate cf 100 Guineas, which was won by Sir Edwgpd: O'Brien's Volunteer. And on Thurfday a Bye-Match was made for a confiderable Sum between Sir Edward O'Brien's Horfe, Poor Rabin, and Mr. Millar's Mare, which was won by the former. And on Friday the iSubfcription Plate of one Heat was rurTover the "long Cqurie, by the Earl of Antrim's Bay Mare .Violatiu, Sir 'Edward. O'Brien's Bay Mare Mifs ?ro�lor, and Mr. Filh's Grey Mare, which was won by the former with Eafe; though the Odds before ftartiag were Five to Two on Mifs Pro3or.-So that the Knovting-Onts were all taken in. Yefterday died the Rev. Robert Taylor, Dean of Clon-fert. Laft Thurfday Mr. Mercer of Dundalk was married to Mifs Mc Cafhlin, an agreeable young Lady with a hand-fome Fortune. Laft Week two notorious Robbers were taken by Mr. Johnfon's Men on the North Road, and committed to Drogheda Gaol. Amicus certus, in Re incerta ceroitur. To the Gentlemen Educated at Merchant-Taylors School. Gentlemen, TH fi Otiginal Defign of forming ourfelves into a Sn. ciety was, as 1 take it, to ferve, and promote the Intertfts of our Schoolfellows ; among which Number, there is one whafe Profeflion gives us- an Opportunity of exerting ourfelves in that laudable Intention. I mean Mr. Woodward, who (hefides being my Cotemporary) hai Merit enough as a Performer to claim my good Wifhes, and recommend Him to yours. That this Advertifemerit may meet with the Succefs I intend itfhould, is the Hearty Defire of A Merchwt^Taylor. Bank Stock 148 1 $th. India Ditto 184 1 4th. Sauth S:a Stock 109. Ditto Old Annuities mi half. Ditto New icq 7 8ths. Three per Cent. Annuities 90 3 4th*. Ditta 1742, go 3 4ths. Ditto 1743, and 1744, 90 3 4ths, Ditto 1745, 90. Million Bank 115. Equivalent no. Royal Affurance no Price. London Affurance 11 1 4th. Englifh Copper 5 1. Seven per Cent. Emperors Loan no Price. Five per Cen\ Ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 4 1. 7 s. 6 d. Prem. India Roods 1 1. 16 s. a 17 s. Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies 2 1 8th Difc. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 3 Difc. Three per Cent. Ditto n 1 half Difc. Lottery Tickets 22 s Pr. Life Annuities ic 1 4th Years Purchafe. Id   A    If - 1V1   A  i(   K   E    1 .     ' (Being the laft Time of Performing,) By     SUBSCRIPTION, The Sixteenth Night. AT the KING's THEATRE in the HAY-MARKET, T�efflay next, will be performM-TnT' new Oratorio, cali'd BEL-SHAZZAR. With a CONCERTO on the ORGAN. Pit and Boxes to be put together, anil no Perfons to be admitted without Tickets, which will be deKver'd that -Day,-at-the Opera-Office in the Hay-Market, at Haifa Guinea each.   Gallery 5 s. The Cillery to be open'd at Five o*Clock.   Pit and Boxes at Half an. Hour after FWe. To bein at Half an Hour after Sir o'clock- High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 7 fttfUwte* after u............. D R AJ R  Y-L A N-E; For the Benefit of Mr. A R N"E.*;   ll By His Majefifs Company ofCmedictet*   . AT the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lanty this Day, will be prefented a Tmgedy, call'd % VENICE   PRES E.R V*D 5 OR, A Plot Discover'c.      '  The Part of Pierre to be perform 'A by Mr. SHERIDAN ; Jaffeir, by Mr. Delane ; Priiili, Mr. Havard j Renault, Mr. Berry j Duke, Mr. W5nftonej Bedamar, Mr. Blakes; And the Part of Belvidera to be perform*d hy Mf%. CIBffER, "With Entertainments between the AQ�, ^m. Aft I. Gentle Sbepbtrd by Mrs. Arne. 'End of Aft II. Bancmg"by MonC MuHment, rand other*. To w�hich will be-addtd a Hew Burteftjtie Opna, ofTwa'ABc, eill*d King   P E P I N's   Campaign. Set to Muiick by Mr. ARNE. The Part of King Pepin to be perform'd by Mr. Lowe J Puff, a degraded Field Marflial, by "Mr. Waltz; Con ftable of France, Mr. Blakei; Lady Abbefs, Mrs. Sybilla j Nun, Mifs Yotnig j And the Part of Margaret to be perform'd by Mrs. Arne. Boxes 5s. Pit3�. Firft Gallery as. Upper Gallery i�. Ticket* to-be -had -of -Mr. Arne, next Door to the Crown in-Great Ojieen-ftreet.-by'Llncoln'g-Isii Fields; at St. Jamies'j eoSee-houfe ; at Nando's Cnf&e-houfe, Temple-Bar; and at Mr.Snhpfon's Mufick-lhop in Sweetings-Alley near the Royal-Exchange; and Placet taken of Mr. Hobfon, at the Stage Door of the'Theafre, whera Tickets may likewife be had. Tobegin exadUy at Six o'clock.     1 *#* To-morrow will be prefented The ALCHEMISTS For the Benefit of Mr- TURBUTT and. Mc> rjEALE. j GOV EN 1-G A R D EN. Tor the Benefit of Mr. Reinhold, Mr.D^~ (trade, Mr. Rawlings, aad Mifs Beliatny. AT the Theatre-Royal in Coveiu-Gardcn,   K this Day, will be prefented the HifWy of C King   HENRY   the   Eighth. Written by Shakefpear. ConUining, The Death of the Duke of Buckingham j    v N The Divorce of Qaeen Kttherine ; -The Fall of Cwdina 1 Wotfey.' The Chrfftning of Qdeea Elizabeth | With   many   other   Hiftorical   Parages. The Part of King Henry to be performed by Mr. OUIN j Cardinal Wolfey, Mr. Ryan; Butfeihgham, Mr. Hale; Craamer, by Mr.Bridgwater; Norfolk, Mr.Cafljell; Suffolk, Mr. Arthur Surrey, Mr. Gibfon ; Gardiner. Mr. Hippidey ; Lord" Chamberlain? Mr.'Rofco; Cromwell,  Mr. RidbuTt j Cartpeiuf, Mr\^ehaprtah� LordSindt, Mr.Wo6dw�rd ; Surreyor, Mr.Marten.; kb^Verfny^ Mr. Anderfon; Dr. Butts, Mr. Stoppeker.   Anne Btrlkn; 'Mffefiit-i lamy ; Old Lady, Mr?, James ; And the Part of Queen {Catherine by Mrs. Pritehard. Alfo * REPRESENTATION   . And aU ojher Deeorat:*ns prbper to the Play. To which will b >E'T TTSfl Pit and Boxes to be put together at Half a Guinea.   Gallery 5 Sm The OaUety to be Open'd a* Fi�e o'Clock.  Pit and"Boxe3 at Sit. . To begin at Half an Hour afte* Six. *#* Mr. Gemtmcmi gires Notice, that as the Nww Opera cannot be ready by Saturday next, the laft New Opera, call'd I, Ineojianza Deluxa, will (by Defire) be perform'd that Day, and that Signota Frederica'a Part will be perform'd by Mtt. Artie.     _'''   % S A D L E R*s-W EiLS. AT Sadler''s-rWells^ adjoining to tht / River Head, Ijlington, this and er�y Evening (jwur Summer Sea/on) -will be 'the Usual Diversionsefthat Place. Con6fting of Rope-Danctag by the celebrated' Wadem, Kefinaot, Monf. Dominique, Monf. Janno, MafterKerman and J&afterFrancis. Tumbling by Monf. Dominique, Monf. Janno, Mailer Kerman, Matter Francis, and Monf. Pierot Pai Tomba* Variety of Dancing (both Seriojwand Comic) hy-'Mfcfl* Davenport, Mile�, Oibeldifton, Pelling, Granier, Janno. Mrt. Miles, Mrs. Bullock, Mrs. Davenport, Mrs. Freeman, and Mrs. VUlois ; alfo feveral new Dances (after the Manner 0/ theFiufaas) by the two Mafters and Mtfs Granier. Variety of new Songs by Mr. Heomftircfe. To which will be added, an Entertainnoient of Singing �od Haadhg, eajl'd - . ! ' "   ; 6 HARLEQUIN a Captive in^B,^X^5i Or, The Privateer Blt, The Whole to Conclude with a Grand Dance, aSSA VULCAN's      N   E   T   T. S. \* During the Time01 theHollidaya, the-Perrormante.wiJl^e-gin for the firft Time at Two o'clock' j and the'S^oaiAt'Six^jrise Eveniflgi -    - ^        *i I W THERE AS William Hhjl, an Ia- ' W   vaiia ^aU|W from fcVrMe, 'dieJ oil MUlil nii MtjfW Centurion at Sea, the 6th of Auguft; 1742, and by W4li Bequeathed his Effects, Pay, Prize-Money, Sec. to hi� Coufins GMferd Hill, Mary Hit!, andElixabetbHill,of the Parimof St-Margarer/r.-^Weft-minfter. If they, or either of them, or any Per&n fromithem', Willenquie at the Bar of Mrs. Braem's Coftee-Houfe in King-Street, near St. Margaret's ChurchrYard, Weftminfter, they will be informed further of Matter* to their Advantage. �' T SI " v n *v ddverttfemeuti of a moderate Length ak taken in for this Paper at Two Shillings each, 0- /(P. o   

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