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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 26, 1845, London, Middlesex                                N vui. FRIDAY,   April 26,   1745. Deal, 4trd>*+*  A ME down and fail'd the Charming Molly, Campbell, for Jamaica. Remain his Majesty's Ship the Dake, the Swift Privateer, the Providence, Burn; and Dorothy and Elizabeth, Sirnpfon, both for Virginia; and the Three Brothers, Jefferfon, for St. Kitts. Wind N.E. Grave fend, April 24. Pafs'd by Sufannah, Matthews, from Lifbon ; and Bernarda, Clyne, from Oporto. The Hannah, Buck, is arrived at-Scilly, from Dublin. The Middleton, Welch, from Leverpooi, at Rotterdam.   . > I** � O W.     : Letters from Genoa of the 1 2th Inftant, N.S. take Notice, that the Republick's Troops had not yet taken the Field, tho' every Thing was ready for that purpofe, and likewife obferve, that the laft Payment to their Officers was made in good Spanim Piitoles latsrly brought to Genoa : From whence they prefume, that tho' the Repub-lick {hould declare for a Neutrality To-morrow, her Troops might, nevertheless, be all on a fudden taken off her Hands, and pafs intoihe Spanifh Service. There are Letters from Lombardy of the 9th Inftant, N.S. which fay, that the Reinforcement fent to Prince Lobkowitz by the King of Sardinia, being arrived at Pla-centia, an Eftaffette came from Turin jult as they were going to proceed to Partna, and fliewed them Orders to march back towards Piedmont : But this News, as they obferve, feems to want Confirmation. They write from Augfbourg, that the Peace concluded tetwecn the'Queen of Hungary and the Eleclor of Bavaria, is chiefly owing to the Counfels and unwearied Endeavours of the Veldt Marfhal Count SeckendorfF: That M. de Chavigny, the French Embaffador, who was one of the firft that got Scent of the Negociations for an Accommodation, omitted nothing to divert the Elector from it; and redoubled his Effort?, when "the Court was obliged to withdraw from Munich to Augfbourg, to perfu.-.de his Electoral Highnefe to proceed to Francforr, alledging that the French Army in that Neighbourhood would be a fufficient protection to him, until he mould return Triumphantly to "Ills Dominions: But his Excellency finding at lad all his Endeavours fruitlefs, he withdrew, after having forbid all thsfe that were charged with the Payment of the Subfidies, to difburfe a fingle Farthing without funher Orders. According to Advices from Hailbron, of the 24th Inft. N.S. there was actually on the Neckar, in the Neighbourhood of that Town, a Body of aboat 6000 French Troops: Thofe that were quartered in Swabia, and the Corps commanded by the Count de Segur, were marching to join them ; and they add, that Part of thofe Troops are to return to the Upper Rhine. They write from Tubinguen, of the 16th of April N.S. that the French Troops which were at Conftance and in the Towns of the Black Foteft, have withdrawn from thence, and fent into AlLce the Artillery, Warlike Stores, end Forrage which were in the faid Towns; that the Demolition of the Fortifications of Fribourg is finifh'd ; and that they have likewife demolished the Tower of Rhin-felden, wherein the Strength of the Place chiefly confifted, chat Tower being buile on a Rock, in an Ifland in the Rhine. It is faid, that his Majefty will go to the Houfe of Peers on Thurfday next, and put an End to the.ptefentSclfion of Parliament. And we hear, that his Majefty will embark on Monday the 6th of May ; and is to be convoyed by a Squadron of Men of War, Commanded by Admiral Anfon, who will hoift his Flagon board the Yarmouth. Yefterday the Baggage of the Right Hon. the Lord Harrington,' who 'is to attend his Majefty abroad, was ordered to be embarked. The Coaches and fine Equipage of the Venetian Embaffador are fafcly arrived in the River ; but his Pirblick Entry is deferr'd. The Charming Molly, Dobyn, mentioned to be taken, Is .carried -into St. John de Luz... The Molly, Stamper, from Philadelphia, for Liftnn, fpruhg a Leak in her Paflage, and was loft going' into Antigua to refit. The Aurora, Davis, boimd home from the Weft-Indies, >vas taken by a French Privateer; but was afterwards fortunately met with by the King William Privateeer, who re-tpok her, and has brought her into Briflol. The Morning Star, from Yarmouth, for Dublin, is loft in Yarmouth Roads. -Yefterday Morning the .Right Rev. the Lord Bifhopof Ely, collated the Right Rev. Mr. John Warren, Mafter of . .Arts, to the Vicarage of Waterbeach, in the County of Cambridge, lately void hy the Death of Mr. John Cory. We hear, that by the Death of the Jate Earl of Suffolk, the Title and a fmall Eftate defcends to the Right Hon. the Earl of Berkfhire; the great Houfe and Park at Audley-End, to the Right Hon. the Lord Effingham Howard ; an Eftate of 4000 1. a Year, to the Children of a private Clergyman, the Grand-Children of the former Earl ; and his ^erfonal Eftate, which is very confiderable, to bis Lady, now.the Countefs Dowager of Suffolk. On Sunday died, at his Houfe in Barbican, Mr.Thomas TJiornborrow, an'Apothecary of confiderable Bufinefs. On Wednefday Night laft Mr. Tully, a confiderable Dealer in Coal?, was ftopp'd at-Mile-End by two Fellows, who robb'd him of his Watch and Money, and got off with their Booty. Yefterday 20 Prifoners were tried at the Old-Bailey, ; three whereof were capitally convicted, viz.  Edmund Gilbert, a Weaver, in Bethnal-Geeen Hamlet, \ for the Murder of Tho. Salter, his Apprentice. � Paul Keep, for ftealing 12 Sheep, the Property of Mrs. ' Carter of Enfield.   And George Norton, a Porter, for ftealing a Box of wearing Apparel, from Mr. Whaley's, the Bell-Inn, in Wood-ftreet, thePraperty of ;Mr. Tho. Fox, of Woolverhampv ton. Thirteen were caft for Tranfportation. And four acquitted. To the Author of the General Advertiser. SIR, IT was a Complaint on a late Circuit, that the Sheriff had not return'd Men of Note to ferve on the Jury ; fomething of this Sort was formerly complained of in Judge Dodderidge's Time, upon which the Sheriff of that County, "being a Man of fome Humour, was determined to return Men eminent enmgb ; and therefore returned the following Jury ; which having been much enquired after, I fend you a Copy of k, for the Entertainment of your Readers. A COPY of a JURY tahn before Judge DODDERIDGE at a Summer Affixes ho/den at Huntington. Maximilian Henry .George William Edmund Richard Robert Robert Peter George Thomas William Stephen Humphry John William R> bert William Edward Henry George Richard King, Prince, Duke, Marquifs, Earle, Baron, Lord, Knight, Squire, Gentleman, Yeoman, Pope, Cardinal, Bifhop, Archdeacon, Dean, Prior, Abbot, Friar, Monk, Prieil, Deacon, of Tofeland. of Godmanchefler. of Somerfham. of Stukley. of Hartford, of Bytnorn. of Wairfky. of Winwick. of Eafton. of Spaldwick. of Barham. of Newton, of Kimbolton. of Buckden. of Great Paxton. of Oldwefton. of St.Neots. of Stonely. of Ellington, of Stukeley. of Graftham. of Catworth. High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 26 Minu ej after 6. D R U R Y-L A N E. By      DESIRE. By His Majefty*s Company of Comedians, AT the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane^-this Day, will be prefented The   B � G G A R's   OPERA. The Part of Maeheath to be perform'd by Mr. Lowe; Peachum, Mr. Macklin ; Lock.it, Mr. Turbutt; Filch, Mr. Collins; Mat o'th* Mint, Mr. Blake?.  Lucy, by Mrs.Dunftall j Mrs. Peachum, Mrs. Macklin ; Mrs. Diana Trapes, Mrs. Macklin ; And the Part of Polly, by Mifs Budgel. With Entertainments between the A�ts, viz. End of A?t I. A Grand Dance by Mr. Muilment and othen. In A d^ Price bd. N Account of a moft efficacious IV^di- cine for Sorenefs, Weaknefs, and feveral other Diftemperi of By Sir HANS SLOANE, Bart. Pbxjician to his Majefty, Sic. Printed for D. Browne, without Temple-Bar ; and,fold^by J. Ro*-bsrts in Warwick Lane. T&c above Pamphlet ii enter d in the Hall- Bsok of the Company o/"Sftf* timers; and if any Perfons prefume to print the fame, they will be pro-fecuttd according to Laiu. \ A ddffl*i[m1*tj �f i ^d(rat{ yntfh a\ t$kt* in (itr ibis Paper at Two Shillinis unb.   

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