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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 25, 1845, London, Middlesex                                The Numb. 31/$. V T H U R S D A Y,    A !� r 11. 25,   1745. Deal, dfril 13. (RRIVED the Mamhead, Chapel, from Leghorn ; Bonetta, Uyne, from Oporto ; Bowes, Hunter, from Leverpool j Suttle, Hancock j and Nathaniel, Hunter, from ditto. Remain his Majesty's Ship the Duke, the Swift Privateer, and the Providence, Burn,; and Dorothy and Elizabeth, Simpfon, both for Virginia. Came down the Three Brothers, Jeffjrfon, for St. Kitts  Wind E.N.E. The Sr. Andrew, Macanelly, from Cork, is arrived ac Barbadoes. The Richard, HolHn, from Leghorn, at Dublin. The Carolina,-, from Carolina, at Briftol. The Sufannah, Matthews, from Lifban, off Dover. LONDON. Yefterday arrived two Mails from Flanders. ExtraS of a Letter font Paris, April 26, N.S. * Thp King has laid afide his Journey to Choifi, in or-' derjoiorward his Departure for- Flanders.' His Majelty � has charged the Duke de Richelieu to get ready the Dau-� phin*s Field Equipage. Marftial Maillebois arrived here � laft Thurfday. Marihal Saxe being recovered from his � Indifpofition, mounted his Hotfe the 21ft Inflant, and * went to the Fortifications of Maubcge.  This General has * invefled Teurnay, to cover which Defign he firil marched * a Body of Troops towards Oudenarde. The Gount � d'Etrees is affembling a Body of Troops at the Bridge 4 Defpierres.  The Prince of Conti, who is actually on * the Rhine, has brought back the Regiment of Fleury, * and feveral others to this Side of that River, and ordered * them to march to Biberich. The Duke de Chartres, who � has difiocated his Knee at St. Cloud, keeps his Bed upon c it ; fo that his Field Equipages, which were fet out for � Flanders, are ordered back to this City.' They write from Turin, that the Spaniards, who have been confiderably reinforced in the County of Nice, have ftnt a large Detachment towards Loana along the River of Genoa, where they pretend to fix their Head-Quarters, and then continue their March through the State of Genoa, in order to penetrate into the Dutchy of Parrra. Letters from Coblentz of the 26th Inftant, N.S. fay, that Part of the French Cavalry has marched to Biberich, in order to draw near the Neckar, as 'tis thought, and thereby facilitate the Retreat of the French Troops that are coming home from Bavaria and Swabia through the Country at .Wirtemberg. Thefe Letters add, that it was thought, the Dukeof Aremberg's Army would forthwith make fome Motion, and that not a Day patted without fome Skirmifhes between the advanced Polls of that Army and thofe of the French. They write from Cpurtray, that Tournay was inverted the 25th Inrtant, N.S. and that the French have demanded of that Caftellany 150,000 Rations of Bre.id or Forrage, (they don't fpecify which) 100,000 Fafcines, and a considerable Number of Pioneers and Carriages. ExtraS? of a Letter frem Brvffth, Apiil^o, N.S. * The firft Column of the Confederate Army arrived laft � Tuefday near this City : The Englifh and Hanoverhns ' pitched their Tents in the Camp of Anderlecht : The ' Dutch Infantry encamped under the Glacis of this City, * and the Cavalry along the Caufeway of Flanders. The ' fame Day his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland * went to fee Sir John Ligonier's Regiment perform the * Horfe an4 Foot Exercife. On Wednefday the fecond � Column of the Army came up, and encamped near their ' refpe&ive Troops. The Englifh were followed by a fine � Train of Cannon, Mortars, &c. No finer Sight can be � feen than thefe Troops, who are a!l new cloath'd. This � Day all the Troops decamp, and march for the Camp of * Lembech.' Yefterday Advice came, that the Hardwick Privateer, Opt Sampfon, had taken and brought into Falmouth, a French Ship call'd the Holy Spirit, of and from St.Maloes for Newfoundland, laden with Wine, Salt, &c. The Henpeckt Privateer, Capt. Francis, of Topfham, has taken and fent into Plymouth, a large Dutch Ship, of 400 Tons, with Military Stores, and fome Horfes, bound to France. The William and Mary, Spencer, from Peterfburgh and Gottenburgh, is loll in the Humber. The Jane, Wright, from Philadelphia, was taken by the French, three Days after fhe came ouc. A LIST of the Flar Officers, April the 2\tb,  1745. Sir John Norn's, Thomas Matthews, Edward Vernon, Nicholas Haddock, Sir Chaloner Ogle, James Stewart, Thomas Daver, Hon. George Clinton, William Rowley, William Martin, Jfaac Townfhend, Henry Medley, Lord Vere Beauclerk, George Anfon, Perry Mayne, Admiral of the Fleet, j- Admirals of the White. \ Admirals of the Blue. Vice Admirals of the Red. j-Vice Admirals of the White. j- Vice Admira's of the Blue. Rear Admiral of the Red. Rear Admiral of the White. Rear Admiral of the Blue. Richard Leftock, Vice Admiral of ihe White, under Sufperfion. Yefterday Mr. Coney, one of his Majefiy's Meflengers' arrived at St. James's, from Flanders j as we hear, with ibme Important Difpatches. The Anglefea Man of WV, was taken the 29th of March fix Leagues from the Old Head of Kinfule, by a French Ship of War of 56 Guns and 562 Men, after a very fmart Engagement of an Hour> in which the Captain, Mailer, and 12 Men were kill'd, and a great many wounded, and the Ship almofl finking before they flruck. -This Account is from an Officer belonging to the Anglefea, now a Prifoner. On Tuefday laft the Sutherland and True Briton Privateers failed from Dover, to Cruize in the Channel. The Prince of Orange, Daverfon, bound from Genoa to London, ran on the Rocks going into Mahone, in bad Weather, but had the good Fortune to get off, and her Cargoe received but little Damage. Laft Week died of an inward Mortification, in the 71ft Year of her Age, Mrs. Sarah Chamberlayne, of Mangers-bury in Gloucelterfhire. She was the only furviving Siiler of Edmund Chamberlayne, Efq; one of his Majefty's Jufti-ces of the Peace for the faid County ; a Maiden Lady, of exemplary Virtue, ftrict Piety, and excenfive Ctmity. On Sunday Night laft died of a Fever, the Wife of Mr. Gufharr, a Gold and Silver Laceman on Ludgate-hill. She was a Gentlewoman much eiteem'd by all that vve.e acquainted with her. Yellerday one Anne Ji nes was committed to Newgate, by Sir Thomas De Veil, for Shoplifting ; having two Remnants of Linnen found upon her. Yellerday Elizabeth Rich was committed to Newgate, by Mr. Alderman ArnoIJ, for felonioufly Ilea ling a' G.iafs Lamp cut of the Inner Temple, the Property of Air, George Harrifon of Newgate-itreer. On Tuefday Night the Houfe of Mr. Ravincr, a Butcher in Market-ftrtcr, St. James's, was broke op?n and robb'd of Plate anil o:her I hings to a c-niiderable Value. On Sunday Nightas Mr. Rowfe, a Weaver, was going thro' Ayliff's-fireet, he was llopt by three Ruffians, who robb'd him of 17 s. and a SnufF-Box, and go: off undif cover'J. Yellerday the Seffions began rt the Old Bfiley, when 20 Prifoncrs were tried, four of whom were Capit.dly con-viflcd, viz. Mary Cut-and-co?nc again, for affauling Elizabeth Turner in Leicefler Field:, and robbing her cf a Parcel of Linr.en.- Heller Fowler, for fleiling Linnen, &c. in the Due!-ling-houfe of Mr. ShirLy, at the Gieyhound Tavern in trie Strand. Stephen Parfons, late Fnctman to Sir Simeon Stewart, for Healing a Silver Chocolate Pot, &c. in his Dwelling Houfe. And Edward Ryan, fcrfiealing a Silver Tankard, the Property of Dorothy Cdall, who keeps a Publick Houfe near the Hermitage. Ten were catt for Transportation, arc! Sik Acquitted. Mr. Oliver Plunket (who Ore; CANCERS) is lately-arrived from Ireland, and lodges at the Sign of the Old Bay-Tree, in SwithinVLane, oppolite to SaHen-Hall. l'~R   E   L   A   N   D. ,.v^,* Dublin, April 16. Laft Sunday died, at hiVSe'at at Crumlin, the Hon. Richard Allen, Knight of the Shire for the County of Kildare, Unc'e to the prtfent Lo-d Vifcount Alien j a Gentleman of the itriclelt Honour, Juliice and Humanity, and a fincere Friend to the Intejells of true Liberty, and hjs Country. The fame Day died of the Gout, in an advanced Age, Mrs. Wifley, Widow of Garret Wifley, Efq; late of Den-ganin the County of Meath, Ffq; By her Death a ThirJ of the Dengan Eltate, reverts to Richard Wifley, Efq; High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 29 M;n, "e3  ; H   AY-MARRKET. A T the KING'S THEATRE in the Hay*? II Marker, thisD'y, will be  A     BALL. (Deir.'T the Lnft this Te.ir.J Tickets will be rirljver'd to Sutiicribers this Day,   at White'* Chooilaie^HoiiTe in St. James'*-Street. A fu'iirient Guard is appointed within and without the Hoofe, ti prevent Diforders nnd Indecencies, .a/id to oblige Perfons Guilty of vhem in-.mcdi.itely to quit the Flue. Strict Orders are viven not to deliver any B ittlss and Glafles frt>ms the Sio'c-Bostd', and to {but them up Earjy. The Dnots will be Open'd at N'ir.e o'Clrck. The Coarlies ar.' riefir'd to come to the Haymarket, and the Chair vp Market Line, fiom fall-Mall. Nn Perlbns tt'hatfoevtr can be admitted to fee the H ufe before the Ball b'ginS. *## If any Subfcn'ber, or Othe'r', have Tkke's to Tpare, they ate ilefir'd not t" give them to their Servants, but to fend th:m to the Office in the H^ymaiket, where the Money they cofl be Re- turn'd, any Time before Nine o'Clock, to prevent their falling into bad Hands. D  R  U   R   Y-L   A   N E. For the Benefit of Mr. SHERIDAN. By His Mfrjiy's Compjvy of Comedians,   q/\ V rhe Theatrc-Roval in Drury-Lane, this Djy, will be p:ei"ented tl.e Tragedy of O T H E L L O,   Moor of Venice. The Part of Othello to be perform'J by Mr. SHERIDAN, { Rting the f.rji Time of hi I appearing in that Charo&er ;) Isgn, Mr. Mackiin ;  Brabantio. Mr. Berry ; Caffio,  Mr. HavarJ j Roderipo, Mr; Yates; Duk-j Mr. Win (rone ; Lodovico, Mr. EJakes j Montano, Mr, Mozeen ; Gratiano, Mr. Wcodhurn ; Senator, Mr. Simpfon ; Officer, Mr. Green.   I'rriiiia. Mrs. Mackiin ; And the P,rc of Defdenvma by Mrs. C1BBER. With Enftrtainments between the Aft', viz. Aft II. A Dance by Sicncra Bettini. and others. Aft III.   0 Peace, from the Opera of Alfred hy Mrs. Arnei ifarro'irt bv Mr. Lowe. AftlV.   Rife Glory fr-m Aft V. Gtr.-le $k,f>berd bv Mrs. Am . To which w.ll be added a Far.e, ca!i'd The   ANATOMIST; Or, Sham-Doctor. " Monf. Le Medicine by Mr. Blakes; Crifpin, Mr, Yates; Angelica, Mrs. Ridoutj Beatrice, Mrs. Benutt. Eoxes c. s.     Pic -s.      Firit Gallery it,    ' Upper Gal'ery I Si to be. had of Mr. Hobfon, at the S age-Doer Places for the Box of the Theatre. To begin exoftly at Six o'CWk. To-morrow (by particular IXfirc} The GEGCAR's OPERA COVEN T-G A R D E N. For the B E N E F I T of Mrs. LAMt'ii and Mrs. VINCENT. AT fh.^ Theatrc-Rovn! in Covenr-Gnrden-^^, this Day, will be reviv'J an Hiftorical Play, call'd King   HENRY   chc   tilth. As written by Sh^kefpear. Contiinine,   The Memorable Bit:le of A'Tircourt. With the Total Overthrow of the French Army. And many other Hiflorical Paiiagcs. The Part of King Henry by Mr. Hale; Exeter  by Mr. RidoVt ; Ar hb'.fhnp of Canterbury, Mr.Chapman ; Capt. Fluel in. Mr. Hip-p,lU'y ; Kins of France, Mr. Cifhell ; the Dauphin, Mr Wr.^dwird { Cooftable, Mr. Bridgwater;  French Soldier,   Mr. D.-ft.'^e ;  Hiftolj Mr. CiBber.   Q^een of France, Mrs. BJand; Pi Katharine by Mrs. Vincent; Holfef;, Mrs Jimes. With fhe Chorus (alter the Manner of the Antie^ts) by Mr. Rvar). And an Etilogue (on Somebod;-) in the Charaftcr of Nobody, by Mr. L i ter. With Dancing by Mr. Cooke sn.i S:gnor:i Cimpirni. To which will be added a Mock-Opera, call'd P Y R A fv1 U S   and    1' ti 1 SBE, "Written by Shakefpeare. The Mo lick comp.'s'd by Mr. LAMPE. The Part of Py ramus t> be perform'J by Mr. Heard ; Lvon, Mr. R berts ; :inho!d ;   Wall, Mr. Laguerre ;  Moonflxins, Mr. Ro* And tiie Part of Th-fbe bv Mrs. L^moe, 'iifn thikj 1 neuve, Mr. Delagarde, Mrs. Delagarde, Boxes 5 s.    P t 3 s.   Firft Gailery an I Mr-'. Duval. 2 s.   Upper Galle y 1 s. :t o'Clock. 1 Tu brgin exaftlv at To-morrow will'be prefented HAMLET. For theBenefu of Mr CASMELL. B E T T Y   H U G H E S, Rrm:~SJ frm>. Cvarlts-Street, Convent-Garden, ON'iTM'I'.S ro Make and Lertali fon< _   of MASQUERADE DRESSES, hating provided herfelf with an entire ne v ani el-'p.nr Set ; trgether with great Variety of veiy fuie Venetian and Silk Ma/ks. She will attend Gentlemen and L'dies, this Day, at the] Florfhoej ^ear the Opeu-Houfe in the Hay-Market. jSdvertifemeuts of a moderate Length at% taken in for this Paper ai Two Shiilir.^: ?ah.   

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