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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 29, 1845, London, Middlesex The General MONDAY, April 29, 1745- Heal, April 27. 1 HE Duke Man of War, and Oat-ward-bound remain as in my laft. Wind N.E. blows hard. Grave/end, April 26. Pafs'd by the Patience, Scrober ; Peter and Anne, Oldfon j Pe;er and Bridget, Dahl ; Lawrence.Buck-man ; Providence, Fife ; and Sal-vadore, Hanfon, from Norway ; St. Johannes, Bygrove, from Riga j and the St. Nicholas, Oldfon, from Gottenburgh. LONDON. Ex trail of a Letter from Amferdam, May 4, N.S. ' We are very anxious toknow what "iJJfc ^rtg- of^rufiia * will do, and whether he will perfifr in the Defign to * attack Saxony, as he has declared to that Court by Count � Beftucheff", the Ruffian Minifter at Drefden.-But it is � thought the Reconciliation between the Courts of Vienna � and .Bavaria will oblige his Majeity to think ferioufly be- * fore he acls. � It is faid, that his Pruffiart Majefly is in very ill * Terms with Ruffia, on Account of his refufing to acceft � the Emprefs's Mediation, after he himfelf had demanded * it ; which her Imperial Majeity takes as an Affront, � especially as he had engaged her to offer the fame Media-' tion to other Powers. � It is alfo faid, that the King of Poi.icd has entirely � laid afide the Thoughts of getting the Imperial Dignity � for himfelf; and that the Grand Duke of Tuicany * ftands fjir for it. � It is not yet poffibje to form a Judgment of the Prince * of Comis Defigns ; but as the French Troops, which * had repafled the Rhine, have pofted tnemfeives on the * Mofelle, oppofue to the French Army, with the Rhine � between them, we may conc'ude that tl.e Prince's De-� fign is not to evacuate Germany, as has 4been lately gi- * ven out.' We are affured, that the French Army before Tournay are pulhing on the Siege of that I bice wi,h the gre^teir. Vigour, and'us thought, unlefs relieved by the Allies very foon, 'twill not be nble to hold out nga nfttht-m A Batallion of French Militja at Ypres having rcen ufed ill by their Officers, as they weic exercifing a few Days ago, and firing a Volley, fome of the Men loaded with Ball, aud killed the Major, another Officer, and wounded two more. ' ThePcpe, in Confideration of the Hardfhips and Damages that many of the Inhabitants with n the Citi and the Diltrirftof Rome have fuffered by the P/iffige of foreign Troops, has renewed the old favourite Laws, to exempt thofe who have 12 Children from all Manner of Taxes, Duties, &�. and tbofe who have V ineyards and Linds of their own, from all Duties on Provifions for the Ufe of their Families. The Lords Dunmore, Petetiham, Charles Hay, the Generals Honywcod, Pultney^lakeney, and a great Number of other Officers, and Perfons of DiltincTion landed on the 21ft Inltant at Oilend, fiom Dover, where they had been detained for feveral Days. The Warren Gaily, and Salti-.fh Privateers, arrived at Falmouth, fpoke with his M^jefty s Snow the Mercury, on the 14th Inftant in Soundings who had been fix Weeks from the Leeward Ifhnds. ~ Yederday Thomas Waters, Efq; of Hayes in Kent, was ^ married to Mifs Smith, Daughter of Mr. Robert Smith, a Merchant of this City. Yefierday Morning died, at her Lodgings in Bedford-flreet, Covent-Garden, Mrs. Gore, a Maiden Gentlewoman of good Fortune. On Friday laft died, at his Houfe at Dfptford, Captain Cnniond, an old experiene'd Comm mcler. On Saturday laft Benjamin Stephens was committed to Newgate, by Sir Thomas De Veil, for the .Murder of his Wife, Sarah Stephens, in whofe Heart he plung'd a Knife with fu:h Violence, that fhe died InllanTy. He feem'd very penitent, and fign'd his own Confeilion. On Saturday, about Seven in the Evening, the Seffions ended at the Old Baily, when William Smith and John Smith were tried for the Murder of William Worthington, in a Quarrel at the Ship Alehoufe in Barton-ft eet, Weft-minller ; John Smith (the Father) was acquitted, and William Smith (the Son) was found guilty of Manflaughter, and burnt in the Hand. Samuel Birch was tried for robbing his Mafter, Mr. Samuel G odd a rd, of Cannon-ftreet, and acquitted. Thomas Morphett, Willi.m Swaine, Richard Farley, William Ridley, Michael Wright, James Hutchefon, John Morris, and William Ballard, eight of ten Smugglers, who were committed for obitrufting an Officer of the Cuitoms, on board the Union Sloop in the Port of New-Haven in the County of Suffex, were admitted to Bail. Robert Gurr is detained cn an Aclion of Debt ; and Benjamin Wright died in Newgate. T he Trials of John Curley, and James Newland for High Treafon, in enlilting Charles Barker, into the Service of the French King ; and Charles Barker, for fuffering himfelf to be inliited, are put eff tiil next Seffions, which will begin at the Old Bailey on Thurfd
- Yeoman, Mr. Bencraft ; Colombine, Mrs. Kilby; Clodpole, Mr# , Hippifley j Old Man, Mr. Smith ; Old Woman, Mn. Delegirde. Gardeners by Mr. Deftrade and Mr.'Pupre. Country Lads and Laffes by Mr. Deiagarde, Mr. Dupre, Mf. Deftrade, Mrs. Villeneuve, Mifs Jackfon, and Mrs. Vaughan. The Elements; Earth by Mr. Lalauze and Mrs. Duval. Air, Mr. Villeneuve | and Mrs. Deiagarde. Fire, by Mr. Picq and Mrs. Le Brun. Water, Mr. COOKE and Signora CAMPIONI. Boxes 5 s. Pit 3 s. Firft Gallery 2 s. Upper Gallery X l� To begin txaftly at Six o'Clock. * * To-morraw will be preferred The CONSCIOUS LOVERS. For theBenefit of Mr. MARTEN and Mr. WHITE. By Command of their Royal Highneffeo the Prince and Prhcefs of WALES, P;inC2 GEORGE, Prince EDWARD, and the Lady AUGUSTA. AT the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, on Saturday next, will be prefented the Hiftory of King HENRY the Eighth. With all the ufual D.corat'ons proper to the Play. And Entertainments, as will be exprefs'd in the Day's Bill*. Place* for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Page, at the Stage-Doc*; of the Theatre. A SAD'LER's-WELLS. T S'adl r's-Wells; adjoining to the New- River Head, IJlington, this and evejy Evening (during the Summer Seafon) will be 'The Usual Diversions of that Place. Confifting of Rope-Dancing by the celebrated Madem. Kermafl, Monf. Dominique, Monf. Janno, Mafter Kerman and Mafter Francis* Tumbling by Monf. Dominique, Monf. Janno, Mafter Kermao, Variety of Dancing (both Serious and Comic) by Mefls. Davenport, Miles, Olbeldifton, Pelling, Granier, Janno- Mrs. Mi es, Mrs-Bullock, Mrs. Davenport, Mrs. Freeman, and Mrs. Vallois ; alfo feveral new Dances (after the Manner of the Faufans) by the twa Mafters and Mifs Granier. Variety of new Songs by Mr. Heemlkirck. To which will be added, an Entertainnment of Singing and Dancing, call'd HARLEQUIN a Captive in SPAIN i> Or, The Privateer Bit. The Whofe to Conclude with a Grand Dance, call'd V-ULCAN's N E 'r T ' -To begin every Evening at r'- >. 7. NOTICE is hereby given, -HTH4T the A N N U A L F E A ST of the *� Charitable Irijh Society Eftablifiled in the City of don for the Relief of the Diftreffed Natives of the. Kingdom of Ireland, will be held on Wednefday the \ft of May next, at the Devil-Tavern, within TempIe-^Bar. Tickets at Five Shillings each, to be had at the Bar of the faid Houfe, and at Grigfby's Coffee-houfe, behind the Royal Exchange. N B. Dinner to be on the Table at three o'Clock exaQly. For SALE by the CANDLE, At the MARINE CofFee-Houfe in Rirchin--Lane+ On Thurfday next, at Five 0 Clock in the Afternoott, TH E entire Stock in Trade of a Mercer, that has left off Trade; likewife a large Parcel of Goods brought out of the Country, taken by an Execution. Confifting of Stuffs, Callimancoes, Sattim, Tr fti Stuffs, Poplins, Plaids, PcrfiSiw, Shagreens, Sarfensts, Inkle Luftrings and Broglios, 150 ?ieee� oi rich Ducapes, Mantnas, Armozeens, Tabbies, rich black Silks, black and cojour'd Velvets and Vellures ; rich Waftecoats, Gold mA Silve^rocades. Fkrwct'd Velvets. Tiffiies, Hair CamUetj, HaS The Goods above-mentioned to be feen at Mr. BELL's Watehoufc in Aldtrmary Church-Yard, Bow-Lane, Cbeapfdet from. To-morrow Morning to the Time of Sale. ^ JOHN BELL, Broker. ~~ For S A L E /fe CANDLE, At the MARINE Coffee-houfe in Birchin-Lane, On Ft iday next, May 3, by Ordtr of the Ajjtgnees^ at Four of t')e Clock in the Afternoon, THE Stocks in Trade of Mr. IVTUatu ^ap of Cateaton-ftreet, and Mr. William Porter of Ironnion-ger-Lane, Merchants, Bankrupts. Alfa the Goods of a Mertbant left off Trade, -vi* 1500 Pieces of Iriflj Linnens, Dou- lafs and Sheeting 110 Pieces of Hollands] 134. Pieces of Dculafs and Gar- lix 17 Pieces of Long Lawns 800 Pieces of Piftol Lawn* 100 Pieces of Swifs Linnens, Napkins, Diaper and Damajk? "* 15 Pieces of Muflins ao4^Bil!afor� Handkerchiefs 43 Pieces of Scotch Clttthl fS| Likewii'e a Parcel ofParchment Reaver Skins."~ The above Goods m be feen ar ROBERT K.lRKE'i Wajehe^fe in NevvRenn, S'. Martin's-le-Grani, Cheapfide, from To-morro* Morninf, to the Time ofSaie. ROBERT KIRKE, Broker. 4dvertifemeHls �f 4 mdsr&i length a\ taken in for this Paper at two Shillings each. j. a. 0
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