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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 3, 1845, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. N U M B. $11 f. FRIDAY,    May       1745. Deal, May 1. AME down Maynard, Brooks ; Hatley,' Dingle/i Sea; brook; Eag�, Watfon ; Neptune,' Grindall 1 and Friendffcip;, -Holm, for 'Virginia ; Friend's Goodwin,1-'Darby, 'for Dublin.; -, Eagldpfaidand, for Newry ; ^*r�-�s���o-. jm and WCWar, Vigours ; and Jo-ft^^^r^^^ feph, Seal, for Ponftnouth ; and *�Wr^/!� y the lajl *i Flanders Mail. v       . i have not Time to add the Particulars of our March, * fmce we left Bruges.   Our laft Camp was at Halie, fix * Milei from Bruffeb, arid we are now encamped at Soig-' afejs',''about 24 Miles Trom'Toufoay, before which the * French have open'd their Trenches with about 8o,oco ' Men, according to the Report of the Deferter?, who ' corntV to in great Numbers. To-morrow we march ' in order to raile the Siege, and if they ftand us, we fhill * certainly engage tfiehi In a.few* Days. Your Advice fuits ' with my own Inclinations, and you may depend on my ' Bebav\pur, being not fo in Love with Life, as to fully ' my Reputation; and I defpile the Danger. The whole ' Army is cbarm'd with the Prefence and Behaviour of the ' Duke j'Lie animates the Soldiers both by hli Pref.nce and * his'Example;, to endure Hatdfhips' and Fatigues.   The * March from the Camp at HalJe was very rainy, but he ' refufed either to go into a Coach, or put on a great Coat ' during the whole Time. Marfhal Count Kohinfegg, ef-' teem d one of the beft Generals among the Aullrians, ' commands under him.   He is to have the fame Honours * paid to him a^ to the Duke, and his Orders, are to be o- * beyed as if they came from the Duke himfelf. We have ' a fine Train'of Artllfery, and our whole Army was ccm- puted at about 64,000 effeftive Men a few Days ago, not * including tlpofc Soldiers, who are. employ'd as Officers * Servants. Since which we have been join'J by fome ' Dutch Regiments, and more are expeQed to join us in ' our March. We are extr.eamly hurried and fatigued; ' bat as (ooiras I have Time, 1 will fend you a more cor- * Te8t Account. I am, Sec. Yellerday twQ Parties of the Life Guards, and two of Horfe Grenadiers, pafs'd thro' the City, to lie on the Ryad, tq -ejeorte his Majefty, who will embark this Day for Holland." On'Mdnday laft Captain Fowles, Commander of the Harrington in the Service of the Eaft-India Company, was married to Mifs Creighton, Daughter of Captain David Creighton, an agreeable young Lady with a confiderable Fortune. T Yefterday died, at his Houfe in Wapping, Mr. Philip Gwillim; a confiderable Dealer in Coals, and one of the People call'd Quakers. On Taefday laft died at St. Albans, in the Szd Year of her Age, fylrs. Johnfon, a Maiden Gentlewoman of confiderable 'fortune. On Tuefday laft died in Charter-houfe Square, Mr. John Heitiegh, a very confiderable Dealer in the City of York. On'Wednefday Night a Fire broke out in the Houfe of Mr. Fox, a Painter, in Weftham-Lane, near Stratford, which confum'd his Workhoufe and another Houfe adjoining thereto ; but was happily extihguifh d without furthar Damage, notwithftanding there were feveral Wocden Houfes clofe to it. Yefterday Evening the Entertainment of the Spring-Gardens, Vauxhall, was open'd   for the enfuing Sea-fon. IRELAND. Dublin, April Z3. We hear, from the Aflizes. at Limerick, tha^tuie James Erirsghty (ivho was the chief Per-fon that late.gave Evidence againft Mefirs. Hugh Maffy and f John Boucher, now confined in Newgate, for forcibly carrying away Mifs fngolfby, and who afterwards gave Examinations of Subordination againlt. a certain Clergyman in that County) was^ convicted of Felony, and is to be executed there next Wednefday. We hear that feveral Veffels laden with Wheat, Bat ley, &c. from England, are pui, into Waterfard, and are daily expefted here. Yeft.erday the Boyne Privateer arrived in this Harbour from Cork. i^jnk; Stock 145 3- 4ths a 146. India Dmo 187 1 4th" a % 4ths \ 3 8ths. South SJsa Stock 110 3 4ths. Ditto Old Annuities 110. Ditto New no 3 Fths a 14th. Three per Cent. Annui|ies 93 a 93 3 4ths a 58th*', Ditto 1742, 93 a 93!^ 4ths a 5 |ths. Litto 1743,'and I744, 93 a 93 3 4thVa 5 8*ths! Ditto 1745, 91 7 8thsa92 1 4th a.91, 3 4ths.. Million Bank 114. Equivalent no. Royal AlTuraiJCje, 84 1 half. London Af-furanpe. Vi a 1 8th. " Englifh Copper  Seven per Cenj;; Ernperpr's. Loa^n no.Price, Five per Cent.Ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 41. 1^ s. Prem. India Bonds 1 1. 17 s. a' 15 s. Prerri. Three and a half Salt'Tallies 1 4th a t half Difc Three and a half per Cept. Exchequer Qrde/s 3.'DTfc, Three per' Cent. Dit-to ntDifc. Lettery Tickets, 23 s. a 23 s. 6 d, Prem. Life'Annuities 15 3 8ths'Years Purchafe. High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 15 Minute after 1. '"'"'. COPN T-G A R D E N. For the Entertainment ot the GRAND. MASTER, and the Rijl of the Brethren of the'Ancient and"Honourable. Society of b'ree and Accepted MASONS. For the Benefit of Mr. STOPPEJLAER. AT the Theatre-Roynl in Covent-Garden,  1 this Dav,  will he prefented a Comecfy, call'd % The   OLD   BATCHELOR. The Part of Heartwell to be perform'd by Mr. QUIN <        * Bellmonr, Mr. Ryan ; Sharper, Mr. Hale ; Vainlove, Mr. Gibfjn Fondlewifs, by Mr. Hippiftey ; Sir Jofeph Wittol, Mr. Woodward ; Setter, by Mr. Chapman; Noll Bluffy Mr. Rofco; Barnaby, Mjr^ Vaughan.   Latiria by Mrs. Pritchard; Silvia, Mrs. Vincent; Ata.-pjinta, Mr$. Hale ; Lucy, Mrs. Bland ; Betty, Mr^. Vaughan j And the Part of Belinda, by Mrs. C'iye. With the ufual Prologue (proper to the Occafionj fpoke by Mr. Hale, And the Epilogue by Mrs.Clive. The Songs in Mafbhfy to "Be'Tuhg" by MrrCeveridje,  Mr. Stop-pelaer, Mr. Bencraft, and ofher,?. And Dancing by Mr. Coolce and Signora Campioni. To which, will be added a Farce, call'd DAMON   and   PHILLIDA. %* The Brethren are defir'd to meet at the Shakefyear'a Head Tavern next the Theatre, at Five o'ClocJc, ia Order to attend jhc Grand Mafter. Boxe$5s.     Pit 3 �.    Firft Gallery 2 s.    Upper Gallery 1 � To bes-n exaftly'at Six o'Clock. By Command of their Royal Highneffes the Prince andPrincefs of wales, Prince GEORGE, Prince EDWA RD, and the Lady AUGUSTA. To-m�rrow will be prefented King HENRY the Eighth. SADLE R's-W ELLS. AT Sadler's-Weiadjoining to the New-Riiier Head, IJlington,  this and evejy Evening (during the* s $umrner Seafon) will be The Usual Diversions of that Place. Confifting of Rope-Dancing by the celebrated Madem. Kerffian, Monf. Dominique, Monf. Janno, Mafter Kerman and Mafter Francis. Tumbling by Monf. Dominique, Monf. Janno,  Mafter Kerffcaji, Mafter Francis, and Monf. Pierot Pas Tomba. Variety of Dancing (both Serious and Comic) by Meffs. Davenport, Miles, Olbeldifton, Pelling, Granier, Janno. Mrs. Miles, Mis. Bullock, Mrs. Davenport, Mrs. Freeman, and Mrs. Vallois ; alfo feveral new Dances (after the Manner of the Faufans) by the two Mafters and Mifs Granier. A Grand Dance, call'd Le Rendezvous Infernal, Variety of new Songs by Mr. Heemfkirck. To which will be added, an Entertainnment of Singing and Dancing call'd HARLEQUIN a Captive in SPAIN j Or, The Privateer Bit.  The Whole to Conclude with a Grand Dance, call'd   . VULCAN's      N   E  T  T  S. To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. By particular Defire of feveral Perfom of Quality. p-morrovy wi|l be perform'd., at Mr� Hiciford''s in' Brewer-b^reet^�e^!nter5i5mS The SUBSCRIPTION ENTERTAINMENT. With the Addition of an ENGLISH INTERLUDE. To begin at Seven o'ClocJc Tickets deliver'd out for Tuefday laft will be taken To-morrow, which may be had at'Mr. Hickford's, at 5 s. each. Admiralty-Office, May i, 1745V rH E Leave of Abfenze given to the, Petti" Officers aj;d Forgj^ajl-men belonging, to bis Majffiylf Ship the Haftings being expired; the Lords Commiffioners- if the Admiralty, do hereby diriS them to repair immediately bn board the Scarborough fitting out at Sheernefs. But if tbip fail in repairing on. board, they ivill not only life their Wages for the Haftings, but the Marffial of the Admiralty ivill be diredred. to apprehended tbem, in order to be tried at a Court Martial as Deferters, and punijhed'ivitb the ut-moji.Rigour of the: Lanv. � \ __     ,_Tffo. Corbett. For the Benefit, of Mr. HOBS ON.' AT the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Larte, on Friday next, will b� prefented a Comedy., call'd The CONSTANT  COUIM E* or, A Trip to the. Jubilee. The Part of Sir Harry Wildair to be perform'd.by Mrs, Woffington } Colonel Standard,  Mr. Delane; Alderman Smugler, Mr.Taf-well; Lady Lurewe'J, Mrs. Giffard ; Angelica, Mrs.Ben'aet; Arid the Part of Beau'Cfincher. by Mr, Yates. With Singing by Mr. Lowe, and Dancing by Monf. Muilment, &c� And Entertainments, as will be ex.prefs'd,in the Bills of the Day. To begin exactly at Six o'Clock,    ' ' Adxernfemtnu of s moderate Length a\ taken sn forjbit Paper at Two Shilling each.   

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