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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 4, 1845, London, Middlesex                                ie Ge itivMB.  32,59. SATURDAY,    May 4,   i745- -*T- Deal, Mayz. AMEdown and failed the Weft-1' moTeiami^ Boneil, for Cork j and t-j&gje,Maifland,  for 'Newjy. Rrmaia the Duke Man of War, with tie Outward-bound; the .'Jofeph and Amy, Wheeler, for Ireland,; and Isabella's Increafe, Sutton, f6r$o,uthampton.Wind E-Grwuefend, May z.   Pais'd by fWMPr> VJEMawmmmm Sarah and Bridget, Goldcrfon, rem Gottenburgh ; Dartmouth's Prize, Bidgood, from G�ardaloupe ; Qfwego, Wadel, frtyn Carolina ; Seaflovver, Latimer ; antfPetered Ellen,-, from Lifbon ; and Morning Star, Olive, frpm Guernzey. The Davykin, Charrofng Peggy, and Prince William, all from London, are arrived at Liverpool. LONDON. By the Lifbon Mail of Yefterday we have Advice, that on the ill of April they had an Account there, that 12 Sail of French Men of War were cruizing off Cape St. Vincent ; and on, the 16th of April the Corrful at Lifbon received a certain Account, that Commodore O&orn, with 13 Sail of the Line of Battle, had pafs'd the Straits, in quell of the French Squadron. And that Admiral Rowley wa* cruizing off Cartagena, to block up a Squadron of Spanifh Men of War in that Harbour. The farne Majl brought Advice, that the following French Snips, bound from Old France to Martinico,. are taken and carried into Lifbon, (after a fmart Engagement which lafted two Hours, off Cape Finifterre) by the Shure-ham and Leofioff Privateers, of London ; and. the Town-(hend Privateer, of Briftol; viz. ToifQn d'Qrr, of 20 Guns,-69 Men. St. Philip, of 20 Gum, 65 Men. Union, of 16 Guns, �0 Men. Vig�laav^J4i3qiB, 49 Men.  And, Reine de France, of 14 Guns, 40 Men. Yefterday it was reported, that a very rich Ship from Turky, had been .taken by two French Privateers ; but that fhie was afterwards re-taken by Admiral Rowley, together with both the Privateers: ExtroQ ef a Letter from -as Board the Hardwick Privateer, daisd /.pril 25. � According to my lair, I failed from hence onSatur- * day the 30th of March laft, and run a-thwart the Bay j on � Wednefday the 3d of April I made Cape Pinas, and at * Six o'Clock next Morning faw a Sail, gave Chace, and ' at Eleven run her under the Land, where foirie Boats came � off to her,. and tow'd her into a fmall Bay, where (he * C�me to an Anchor ; I flood in after1 her and gave her a f Broad-fide, which fhe return'd : We faw a Batter}* on a * Hill,  upon which we flood to Sea, and confuked what * was proper to be done ; the Refult of which was to run * in and anchor along-fide of her ; at Half an Hour paft * One o'Clock came to art Anchor, got a Spring upon cur Cable, a,nd brpught our Broad-fide to bear on the Ship, * and our Scern-Chace on the Shore j we then began a * fmart Engagement, and continued it For three Hours, in ' which Time we expended 400 round Shot, befides Bar, <* Grape, and Langrage, with a great Number of (mall * Arms.   We fhould certainly have brought her out, had * not the Towns People brought fix large Guns up to the * Battery ,on the Hill, and play'd upon us : I fhould have * boarded .at firft going in, had not fhe veer'd away fo ' mudv-Cable, and by that Means got fo far to Leeward, �* that we judg*d it impoffible to fail her out.   During the * Engagement, a great many Boats went from the Shoar to * his\ Affiftance ; and they kept a very brifk Fire all the * Time ; We xeceiv'd feveral Shot in our Hull, Mails,  t\ and Mizen- * top-fail-Yard, ai�d all her.Rigging hung to her Mails ; � and as fhe was very f*ll of Men, wCbeheve we muft haye * kill'd a great many.' s Lttler from f${triout�f April 29. Siiice tny laft arrived If&l^iify** Ship ?he Bridgwater, being tad Convoy appoifted for the Trade from fencfc io'LiSodott.*--*- Ydferday Afternoon the following unhapgy Affair happenedXhl this Harbour, viz. Some Bays a. rawing off Ruin otj board t|Je Elizabeth, Daxon, frcfli' Montfcrrat, die Snjtff <*f a Cacdle fell on fome Qr$m of Gunpowder in t#e Cabl?i|j, wnich immediately fet the Rum and the Ship ft a Flame ; and notwithltand-ingther-ArSftafnce of'the!J^an of War, *nd four Privateers, (he was laft Nigi^iorrfumed ; by which three Boys loft their Lives, ani�.Hie Steward his Arms. Her Cargoe cor.filed, of 200.-Hogfheads of Sugar, and 80 Puncheons of Rum.'        . Extract of a Letter ffattt^CMi. Cookfin, cf the Chefler, from Lmdon to Liverpool', Mtf4'at Sqlcomb, Jpril 27. ' Yefterday we fell in wiM* French Privateer off the * Start, whq hoifted St. Geo^'s Colours, and fired a Gun, * ofi y/hich we Irpifted our flours,' and fired a Gun ; he * being fo Leeward, and bo^ftaaiaing inAore, and findr ing he coiild pot get between .us and the Shore, he tack'd,, 1 hoifted French Colours, andjired, feveral.SIiot, which did � not reach us ; efter he hact got � on our Lee Quarter he ' tack'd again, and feeing that hisiShot reiCh'd us, he fir'd '* upwards of 50 Shot at us, but ^ly ftruck us wirh two, ' one went through odf Yaw^aDjatthe other carried away ' oar Poop Lamhorn, which was'all the LV-nage we re-' ceived ; then the Wind.ceafing.Ire got his Boat out to * board as ; bdt we continuing to fire at him, he left cha-� fing us, and ftocd for a Sloop Which was coming from * the Eaftward, at which he flr*d ,piie Gun, and took her. � -The Privateer is a long Black �effel, about joo Tons, ' 14 Carriage Guns, a very fhprtJHizen-maft, and a long � Pole Main Topgallant raaft, very fquare rigg'd, and a * Suit of aew Sails, but no Head." Yefterday about q o'Clock his IVfajefty went from St. James, crofs'd the River to Lambeth, and embark'd at 11 o'Clock on board the Carolina Yf^ht for Holland. On Tuefilay laft the Pewi Mai$%f War arrived at Plymouth, from a. Cruize. We hear that Richard Lloyd, Efq; one of his Majeftj's Council learned in-the Law, wiH be elected Member for St. Michael's in Cornwall, in the room of Edward Clive, Efq; now a Baron of tht Exchequer. On Wednefday died at his Houfe at Marfhgate in Surry, Mr. Plunkett, a Gentleman of good Fortune. Several Poulterers, Higlers and Poachers, having brought to Market Hares, Leverets, Partridges, and other Game in Breeding Time, contrary to Law, and proper Information having been given of their Offences; the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor, and the other Magiftrates of this City, have given Orders that all TranfgrefLrs that way fhall be feverely profecuted for the future. On Wednefday Night laft one Mr. Johnfon, a Clerk in the Temple, was attack'd by four Fellows near Windmill-hill, who robb'cj him of five Shilling?, and got off undif-cover'd. The Entertainment at RUCKHOLT-HOUSE will be- ^in on Monday the 13th Inftant, at which Time will be introduced feveral new Hunting Songs, fet to Mufick by Mr. Lampe ; firll Huntfman by Mr. Lowe; Diana by Mrs. Lampe. Tickets Three Shillings.-N.B. Great Care will he taken that the R�ad over Hackney-Marfh be made good. I   R  E   L  A  N 'D. Dublin, Jpril 27. Yefterday at a General Quarterly Afiembly held at the Tholfel, Alderman Edward Dudgeon was elected LordrMayor of this City ; Mr. John Efpinafs, Brewer, and Mr. Andrew Murry, Merchant, were alfo elected Sheriffs for the Year enfuing. We hear that at the Aflizes held at Omagh the 27th of March laft, the Appeal of Murder was try'd, wherein Sarah Watfon, Widow of John Watfon, deceas'd, was Appellant ; and Johq Martin the younger (late Sub Sheriff of the County of Tyrone) was Appellee. The Trial begun at Eight o'Clock in the Morning, and the Jury did not withdraw 'fill Eleven at Night. The Jury not agreeing on their Verdict, they were carried to the Bounds of the County, and there difcharged, The Court order d Martin to remain in Cuftody. There is an Accoont from Bath this Week, that the Lady of Sir St. George Gore, 2art. Daughter of the la.e Hon. Francis Burfon, Efq; died there a few Days ago, of the Small Pox. High Water thi6 Day at London-Bridge at 7 Minutes after 2. Bmk Stock 14.6 a Sjuth Ssa Stock J11. 1 to.    Ditto New 1 S:h. India Ditto 187 j 4ths. Ditto Old Annu r,es 109 7 8ths a 110 1 4th a 3 8ths. Three.p.r. Cent. Annuities 93 3 4ths 294. Ditto 1742, 93. j 4t!*i a 94. Dit.6 1743, and 1744, 93 a 3 4thsag^. Diuo 1745, 92 a 5 Sths a 3 8cha. Million Bank 114." Equivalent j.io. Royal afTurance 84 1 half. London AfTii-rance ti a 1 &h. Englifh Copper 5 I. Sev-en pec Cent. Emperor's Loanno Price. Five perCerr.Ditto 73. Bank Circulation 4 1. 1  -y to be perform'd by Mr. QTJIN ; Cardinal Wolfey,       Ryan.} Buckingham, Mr. fiale j Ctanoner, by Mr. Bridgwater ; Norfolk, Mr. Cafhell; Suifiik, Mr. ArthHr j Surrey, Mr. Gi-jfon ; Gardiner, Mr. lifppidsy ; Lord Chamberlain, Mr. Rofco ; Cromwell,  Mr. Ridout ; Campeius, Mr. Chapman ; Lord Sands, Mr. Woodward ; Surveyor, Mr. Marten ; Abereavenuy, Mr. Anderfonj Dr. Butts, Mr.Stop^elaer.   Anne Sullen, Mr . Ha.* ton 5 Old Lady, idrj. James j And the Part of Queen Katherine by Mrs. Pritchard. Alfo a REPRESENTATION cf the CORONATION  of ANNE BU LLEN, The Vocal Parts in the Proceflion to be perform'e by M'. l:ic-riige, Mr.Reinhold, Mr. Robirts, Mr. Thompfon, Mis. Cave ar,d Mrs. Lampe. AND The Military Ceremony of the CHAMPION in Wes riv inster-Hall. With all the ufual Decorations proper to the Play. And Entertainmenti or" Dancing by Mr. COOKE,  Mr. PICQ_, Mr. LALAUZE, Mr. VUkneuve,  Mrs. Del garde,   ana Signoi^ CAMPIONI. Boxes 5 s.     Pit 3 f,    Firft Gallery 2 s.    LTpper Gallery I s.   j To begin exaftly at Six o'Clock. * On Monday next The FOP's FORTUNE. For the Benefit of Mr. A'tbur, Mr. Laguerre,  Mr. Tbombjen, and , Mr. Hd
                            

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