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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 18, 1845, London, Middlesex                                N If II B. $z$z. X H U R S DAY;   April i$, 1745. Zfetf/, 16. EMA1N in the Downs his Majesty's Ship the Duke ; with the Providence, Burn ; and Dorothy and Elizabeth, Sampfon, for Virginia.   Wind N.E. Gra  tl the i^d, N.S.  We are extremely embirrafs d in this Country, about  the Pofition of the Duke of Aremberg's Army, which  being too weak is retreating from the Enemy. Divers ' Orders hhve teen difpatched to the Duke, the Nature ' of which we are ignorant of j but we arc pofiiive how-  ever, that the greateir. Part of thir Army will repafs the  Rhine ; and the Hanoverians march to the Defence of,  tneir own Country, fhould the French make an Irruption ' into it, as they feem determined to do. ' Prince William of HefTe-Caflel has been vexed to the ' highelt Degree at the Lofs of his finell Rtgimen* at  Vilfhoven, and in fome uher Rencounters ; and 'tis gi-' ven out that his Serene Highnefe has reiolved, at all � Event?* to withdraw the Relinks of the Auxiliary Corps ' he'furnifhed to the EKctor of B vaiia, especially as his ' own Territories may become the Seat of War, and be ' ravaged by the AuArian.?, if the French pars that way  in o the Elecloruts of Hanover: But all this is but meer ' Copj dure, grounded on the bad Conduion of the Eledlor  of Bavaria's Affairs. The lame, may be faid of the Re-' port that is fprrad of a Peace, Neutrality, or Sufpenfion ' of Arms between the Courts of Vienna and Munich, ft 1 i> certain, however, that the Prince of Furitemberg is ' gone to meet Count Colloredo, the Queen of Hungar,'*  Plenipo eniiai.y, on the Frontiers of the T} roleze ; anJ � we prefume, upon good Grounds enough, ihat it is in ' order to treat of an Accommodation, ILice he is provided ' with full Powers from the Elector of Bavaria. This is 4 .all wc know of the matter : Pertnps thofe two Mmilters ' m3y agree upon, Something; but it is certain t.e Th.ng ' is not'yet done., at leaf! none of tlie Foreign Miniilers  at the Hague have received "an Account of it; and many ' People doubt that the Prince qf Furflenberg \vill fucc-*ea,�  beciufe it is feared that the Queen of Hungary will be  for making large Demands, after her Sinxels in that  Electorate. 'It is a hard Matter to give a clear Accoant of the Si-  taation of Affairs in BavarLi, b:.caufe of the contradictory  Advices we receive from thence. It is plain that they ' go very ill for the Elector, who has already fled from his  Capital City and retired t;> Augfburg, where he arrived ' the 1 4th Inilant: But if we can rely on our Letters from I Racifbon of the 15th, his AfFi.s are not defp.'rate : It is ' certain (fay thefe Letters) that the French and Palatine ' Troops are marching to join the Bavarians ; and if tvhat  they add of an Aiftun to the Difadvantage of the Au-' lbians, be confirmed, Affairs may take a new Turn. As ' for the reft, we have no Account of the Aufbians having ' entered Munich, as fome Gazettes give out.' Fx trad of a Letter from Fahn-.uth, April x1^. * Yelierday came into Carrick Road the Neptune of Lon-' don, Archibald Crawford, Commander, for Jarmico ; ' who gives the following Account ; that he failed under ' Convoy of the Suffolk and Dreadnought Men of War; on ' the iithlnfhnt in Lat. 49. 30. a French Privateer at-' tacked the Resolution, bound alfo to Jamaica, fiomLon-' don; which Engagement was vtry fmart for about an ' Hour, when the Resolution's Main Yard was fhot, and ' fell down on the Deck, and as Ihe was otherwife much ' Jamag'd, he concludes Ihe was taken. He fays the Men ' of War were at thatTime about fiv^e Miles to Windward, ' but kept their Coiirfe, and took no Notice of the Affair. ' -The Neptune is gone to Plymouth, to join Admiral ' Medley.' Yefterday Advice came from Plymouth, that Admiral Medley, with the Fleet under his Command, and the Eaft India, and other Ships, failed from thence, on the 14th, with the Wind at Eaft. Yeiterday Morning nine Officers of the Navy, lately appointed in the room of other?, fet out from hence, to take upon them their refpeclive Commands. Yeiterday Morning died at Dep'.ford Captain Ball, formerly a Commander in the Straits Trade. The fame Morning one Jones, a Shoemakrr at the Seven Dials, was found drown'd in a Ditch near Tottenham-Court ; fuppos'd to have fallen in by b ing in Liquor. They write from Newcaille, that cn Satuiday bit Abraham Dealtiy was executed at Tyturn near the City of York, lor robbing on the Highway; bt after having hung teo Minutes, he was cut down, and put into a Ctffin by his Priends, and carried in a Cart in order to be buried in Trinity Church-yard, but they obferving Signs of Life in him, had him blooded, and he reviv'd. He is now a Prifoner >n York Caitle. On Tuefday Night the Houfe- of Mr. Young, in Redriff, w^ broke open and robb'd of Goods to a confiderable II alue. This Morning the Prifoners will be removed from the fe^ral Goals to Newgate, in order to take their Trials at "'eSeffions, which begins on Wednefdsy next. The Matter of a Dutch Vcflel arrived'at Pool, gives an Account, that three Colliers and a Smack, w*re taken off Faklee.Bay on Thurfday la-ft. This Morning the Corpfe of the Right Hon. the Lord Haver/ham is to be carried out of ToVyri, from his Houfe in Bollbver-ftreet, in older to be interr'd with his An-ccftoxs. SCOTLAND. Edinburgh, April 10. This Morning the Corpfe of the late Earl of Aberdeen, was carried in a Hearfc, fpan-gled with the Arms of the Relations of the Family, to the Family's Burial-Place in the North, where it is to be interred. The Right Hon. the Earl of Leven, we hear, is appointed his Majelty'i High Commiffioner to the enfuing General AiTembly of the Church of Scotland, indi&ed to meet the icuh Day of May next. High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 45 Minu;es a/er 11. Bank Stock 1 48. India Ditto no Price. Sauth S:a Stock no Price. Ditto Old Annuities 111 1 half a 5 8ihs. Ditto New no. Three p:r Cent. Annuities91. Ditiv 1742, 91. Ditto 1 743, and 1 744, 91. Di'f.01745, 90 3 8ths a 1 4th. Million Bank [15. Equivalent no Royal AfTurance 84 1 half. London AlTurance 1 1 1 4th. Englifh Copper 5 1. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cen-. Ditto 7J 1 half. Bank Circulation 4 1. 7?. 6 d. Prem. India Bonds 1 1. i6s. a 1 j s. Pr. Three and a half Salt'Tallies 2 1 8th Difc. Thtee and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 3 Difc. Three per Cent. Ditto 11 1 half Dilc. Lottery '1 'ickets 22 s Pr.   Lile Annuities 1- 1 4th Years Purchafe. Br A 1-1   A   Y - M  A   R  K   E   T. (Being the laft Time of Perfarmine ) SUBSCRIPT   I   O The Sixteenth Night. T the KING'S THEATRE in N, HAV-MARKET,  Tuefday next, will be performed tlw ntw Oritoiio, rali'd B   E   L   S   H   A   Z   Z   A   R. With a CONCERTO on the ORGAN. Pit and Boxes to he put together, and no Perfons to be admitted wirhrut Tickets, which wiJJ be deliver'd that Day, at the Opera-OfRce in the Hay-Market, stH�lfa Guinea each.   Gallery e jr-The Gallery to be open'd �t Five o'Clock.   Pit and Boxes at Hainan Hour after Five. To begin at Half an Hour after Six o'CIcck- D  R V  R  Y-L  A  N E. For the Benefit of Mr, YATES. By His Majeflfs Company of Comedians, AT the Theatre Royal in Drury-JLane^ this Day, will be presented a Comedy, call'd The  FRO'VOK'D HUSBAND; O R, A Journev.to Londov. The Part of Lord Townly by Mr.Gift.ird; Manly, Mr. Delane ; Sir Francis WrongheaJ, Mr. YATES ; Lady Grace, Mrs.Mills; Lady Wronghead, Mrs. Mac^lin ; Count BjiTv;t, Mr. Neale ; 'Squire Richard, Mr. Green; John Moody, Mr. Wjn-ftone ; Poundage, Mr.Turbutt. Mifj Jenny, Mrs. Ridout ; TvTrs. Motherly, Mrs. Bridges ; Myrtilla, Mrs. Horfingt'on ; Trwiry, Mrs. Yates;- And the Part of Lady Townly by Mrs. Woffington. With Entertainments between the Afts,   Fi�e 6'Clock.   Pit and Boxes at Six* To begin at Half an Hour after SiK. *#* Mr. Geminiani gives Notice, that "as'the Kew Opera cadnot be ready by Saturday next, the (aft New Opera, caU'd Vtncoflamdk Deluxa, will (by Defire) be perform'd that Day, and that Signora Fredfrica's-Part will be perform'd by Mrs. Ami. S A D L E R's- W E L L S. " AT Sadler's-lVeljs^ adjoining to the A^e?w-River Head, IJlington,  this and eyejy ETening (during the Summer Seafon) will be The Usual Divf.rsioks of that Place. Confifting of Rope-Dancing by the celebrated Madesn. KLerman, Monf. Dominique, Monf. Janno, Mafter Kerman and MafterYrands. Tumbling by Monf. Dominique, Monf. Janno, Maftdr Kermstn, Mafter Francis, and Monf. Pierot Pas Tomba. " " Variety of Dancing (both Serious and Comic) by Meffs.DavenpoTt, Mile-., Olbeldilhm, Pelling, Gfcnier, Jinno. Mrs; Miles",'Mys. Bullock, Mrs. Davenport, Mrs. Freeman, and Mrs. Valfwj ; srj^o. feveral new Dances {after the Manner of the FaufansJ hj the tWv Mailers and Mifs Granier. � Varietv of new Songs by Mr. H<-emflcirck. To which will be added, an �ntert*innment of Singing and Darjcingy HARLEQUIN a Captive in SPAIN; Or, The Privateer Bit. The Whole to Conclude with a Grand Dance, call'd VULCAN's      N -R   T  T   S. To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. N   E   W      W   E   L   L   S. AT the New Wells, near the London?. Spaw, Clcrfon-well', this and every Evening (during the Sum* mer Seafon) will be prrfented Variety of New Performances, viz.^ Tumbling by Mr. Williams, Mr. Rayr.er, Mr! Hongfi, arid otliers. Rope-D.incing by the cel-brated Mifs Rayner, and other?. Several Grand Dances (Serious and Comi ) by Mr. Shaw ford, Mifa Rayner, Mr. RoforoAn,   Mr. Veifts,   Mr. Williams, Mr. Rayn'er, Mrs. Hough, Mrs. Prirchard, Mrs." Rayner, and Mifs J. Kayner."" Variety lot New Sengs by Mr. Brett and Mifs Lincoln. JTJi�JV^le^c/C^)j^ HERCULES and  O M P H A LE ; Or,   Love and Glory. Ir.teif-ien'd with a New Comic Piece, in Grotefque Chandlers. call'd     ' The  ESCAPES ot H A R L E Q^U I N-The Part of Hercules by Mr. Brett; Cmphile, by Mifs Lincoln.; Venus, Mrs..Pritchard.   The Character of Harlequin by' jfcfr. Rpjfo-man ; Colcm')ine, Mrs. Hough ; the Clown, Mr. Hough. efbc Scenes, Macbirss, Mufick, and Dr (f:s, till entirely Ntvr, To begin every Evening at Five e'Clo'cfc' Each Peafon will be admitted .for a Pint of WINE or PUNCfl. Adm'ralty-Office, April 17, 174^. TIE RE AS One Hundred and Fifty of the ____�-M" **� Mown?his MfffV^f ftfttft 'iti Wifnt�: are come up to Tonvtt from the Sahdwkh ht -Sr ith�acr3f irf cder to frve on board, the G'-OUceftery f'timg for the Sea at-Peptforil ; and One Hundred of the Men-late belonging to tie Somerfer, are likeivife came up from the- $l. George, in order to fer ds Commijji'.n;rs of (he A imi> ally do hereby jlriSly direel them to repair immediately to their Duty on b ard thefaid Ships, on Pain of Lferig their Wages f.r the Nsmur and Somcrlet, and of'. being rappre^-h.nded Ay the Marfkul of the. Admiralty in order to be tr&J at a Co rt Martial as Defcrtcrs, and puiiifoed ,'.from anfirtforozun Per-/'/:, paid to Meffrs. Minors and, Boldero^ BanAtrsf^ht Lorn-bard Street, by Wiliiam Feltowej," �/";; �      - T R. Neale, Sec. Tor S A L E by the C A NDLE, " Inafeiv Days, by Order of the Ajfignees,  ,.. ^"jp H E Stocks in Trade of- Mr. Richard Cooper in Cornhill, Milliner, Bankrupts. . . Alfo by Order of the Truftees, the Stock of Mr. JAMES BAXTER of Bread-ftreet. Haberdafher... :�,     .y~.~5.~i Likewife.a Parcel of Raw and Dy'd Si-Ik, and the Stock of a JVfiJIi� ner left oft'Trade. -     - - .v Catalogues of wh:ch will be Time?y difperfed by ROBERT KIR.KE, Broker, In St. MartinV U Gran3.       " t'tsr S A l; E by the C A.UV> L% At the MARINE Cofee-houfe in Birch-n-Lane, O/i Friday, May- 3, by Ordt.r of -the'Affignees, THE Stocks in Trade of Mv.Wtlliam 7ajb of Cateaton ftreet, and Mr.William Porter of Inmrjion"' ger-Lane, Merchants, Bankrvp.ts, conMirrg  f a Jarge- Qj�a�tiQr of Irifli Linnefts, Hollands, tee� . .  T.-,,-.v� ,v - Catalogue* of wh-ch will be deliver'd in Time, by .    ROBERT KIRKE, Broker. This Day is pHbifloed, Price is.   -   * UTCH FAITH i being an Enquiry founded opfrro tb� Prflhabilitv of th/> Sur^ft^K^ Brililn Aims, on" the XZontinent, n^xt-Campiign. -Wtthr-Gonfidet*-. tions on the prefent State of Parties in England. To which isannex'd, a Copy of the Articles, pre/ented to his'Af^-y by a certain Embaflidor, againft the Britiih F-d M-1, with his Anfwer to the fame. ,   . Printed for M. Cooper, at the Globe in Pater-nolrer Rs,w. z z 3 z z 4dvert\feme*ts of a moderate Length a\ taken in for this Paper at Two SbtlUniiS eadj. J.0. C   

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