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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 8, 1845, London, Middlesex                                WE D NESD.A Y,   May 8,   1745 ZW, May 6. ElvTAIN it\ the Downs th* Duk� ,Xn  Falmouth, at St. Kitts. The Duke of Cornwall,      . �from Fal&nouth, at Antigua. L   O  N   DO  NY ExtraS of a Letter from Amfttrdam, May.u<, Niaufly fltalkig-a Parcel of Books from out of the-Shop of Mr. Thomas Xing, of Moor-fields, BookfeHer. From, the London Gazette. Neptune at ea of Cartbagena, A$ril 2. We have run fix of the Eheniy^s. VdTels on Skcu^, and have taken and 'brddghy^way; three Privateer Xebedts. a Barcolojigo, and au ^nglifh i^e/chantman called the ^ant-Packet, belonging to firifbkj i�hich bad been tak*�^fee or io#r Days beftjrft by the above   commonly called Lord Glefiorthy, the Office of M after or Trtafurer of his Majefty's JeVvels. The King'has been plealed to conftiwte ahd appoiut the Right Hon. John Lord Monfon, Martin Bladen, Edward Alhe, Flon. James Brudenell, Richard Plummer, Robert Herbert ind John Pitt, Efqs; together with Baptilt Levefon Gower, Efq; to be his Majefty s Commiffioners for Trade and Plantations. .A  ,N    K U William Harrifon of Biprtti^gham, in the Cownry of Warwick, BbX-rnalcer, High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 5 1 Minutes after 4. 1)  R V  R  Y-L  A  N  E. For the Benefit of Mr. Srtupfort, Mr. Collins, Mr. Baudouiri, Mr.-Siawford, Mr. Berkley, and Mifs Story. - . By His Mfzjeftyxs Company of Comedians, AT the Thearre-Rqyal ia Drury -L,anej� this t>iy-, will be prefeatxd The  >B E G G A R*s   OPER A. Tftc'Part of'Maeiieatii -to^be pferform'd by Mr.-'Lrfwe; Peachum, Uy M*-. Madtlifc ; Wckft, Mr.-feer^y; Filch. Mr. Col-ItHs; Mato'th' Mint, Ml.BIakris.  lAicy, by Mrs.Dunftall; -Mrs, Pcachnm, Mrs.'Maefclin;; Mrs. Diana Trapes, Mrs. Maddin j And thfc:,f�art of PoUy, by Mifs Budgel. WithEnfertarinnieBts of .D��icing, particularly Aft I. Dancing by Monf. Muilment and others. Aft II.  A Running Footman's Dance by Mr.Sharwford. In Aft III.  A Hornpipe by Mr. Yates. Er-d of ASt-lli. AMiniiet by Mr. ?audo�ta-and Mifj'Stdxy. To which      "be sided, ^eKmfrafttf the Milter of Mansfteld. TSeXing by'Mr.-Wiirfrronc ; the^filler, Mt, Mtit%in ; Ditk by Mr.-SiTOpfon-, Joe, 'Mr.l.ovfre ; Loifd ij^i^ejl, Mr. Green. Peggy, Mifs Cole; Margery, MifrPitt ; Rate, -M�.;K.frig. Boxes 5 1.     Pit 3 s.     Firfr Gallery is,     Upper Gallery r j. -Tkitu-dtJ+verd-ette- /ry-Mr.-Fnlwooi, -3ewg*> -ami-Mr>Steele, -will be taken. To begin exactly af Six o'CJock. % To-morrow Xhe PROV.OK'D WirE.   For the Benefit of Mr. Dunbar, Mr. ffalktr, Mr. Fryar, Mr. Ed-watdt, Mr, Lath* bury, Sijoora Bettini, and otfaen. Bank Stoxk 145 3 4ths. India Ditto 185 4 4 half a 1 Ath a 3 4ths. Sooth S;a Stoqk 109 3 8th* a;'t^j 1 4th. Dittos Old Annuities 109 1 3th a 3 8th* a 1 4th. Ditto New 109 5 8thsa 3 8ths. Three per^ Cent. AntfiiH ties gZ 3 8ths a 93 3 8ths a 1 4th. Diflo 1742, 9Z 3 8thsa93 3 8ths a 1 4th. Ditto 1743^ and 1744, 3 8thi-a 93 3 8ths a 1 4*h. Ditto 1745, 91 1 h^!f ij 5 8ths a 1 4th. Million Bank 114. Equivalent1 Royal Affurance 84 1 half. London Aflurance 11 a I 8tb. Englifh Copper 5 1. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Lean no Price. Five per Cent. Ditto no Price. Bank culation 4 1. 15 s. Prem. India Bonds r J. 13 �. a 15 * Three and a half Salt Tallies 2 a t 7 8tks Bifti Three afiri a h&H pit Cent. Exchequer Orders 6. Tiittti per Cent. Ditto o. Lottery Tickets z 1 s. 6 d, Px. Lita Annuities 1 c, 1 4th Vears Purchife. COVEN T-G A R D EN. For the Benefit of Mr. Jones, Mrs. Bland", Mrs, Gondcu, Mifs Fergufon, and Mifs Morrifon." AT the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Gardefl, tbi� Day, will be prefented a Comedy, cali'd ! The   DOUBLE   GALLANT; o r, The Sick Lady's Cure. The Part of the Double Gallant iy Mr. Chapman ; Care]�fi> Mr, I-lale; Clerimont, Mr. Cafkell ; Sir Salomon Sadlife, Mr. ttippiflef J LadySadlife, by Mrs. Hale } Wiihwell, Mrs.Bland;  finder, Mr. James; Supple, Mjt. Vaughan; Capt. Strut, Mr. Stoppelaer; Situp, Mifs Fergufon.   Clarinda, Mr:. PritcharJ j Sylvia, Vtri. Vincent ; And the Part of Lady Dainty J>y Mrs. Hortnn. With Dancing by Mr. Cooke and Signora Campioni. Alio the Scotch Dance by Mr. Villeneuve, Mrs. Deiagarde,      -To which will be added a Farce, cali'd The   DEVIL   TO   PA Y. Sir John Loverule, Mr. Hayman ; Lady Loverule,  Mrs. Bland j Jobfon, by Mr. Dunftall ;   Nell, Mrs. Dunftall. Botes 5 s.     Pit 3 1.    Rrft Gallery a s.    Upper Gallery 11. To begin exactly at Six o'Clock._ S A D L E R's- W EL L �>. AT Sadier's-Wells., adjoining to theA^irw* Rfatr Head, Jjlington, this and every Evening (during tijg Summer Seafon) will be . The Usual Diversions of that Place. ' Con/jfting of Rope-Dancing by tbe celebrated Modem. Kertnan, Monf. Dominique, Monf. Janno, Mafter Kerrhan and Ma^wFraThcit. Tumbling by Monf. Dominiqut, Monf. Janno, Matter Kermao,  Mafttr Francis, and Monf. Pierot Pas Tomba. Dancing (both Serious and Comic) particularly A new Grand Dance, cali'd The Jurkijb Sporti: The Mufick, Scenes, Ctoatbs, and other Decorations entirely Hew. Bilhaw by Mr. Davenport; Sultana, Mrs. Mrles ; Tofk* by. M�. Olbeldifton, Monf. Janno j Tarkifh Women, Mn. Davespoft and Mrs. Bullock ; Tyroleins, Mr. Mil� and Mrs. Freeman ; PeafantlT, Mr. Crsnier and Mrs.Vallois; Italian Shepherd, Mr. JofephCranier^ Shepherdefs, MifsGranier. Variity of new Songs bjr      Hwrflftkck. To which will be added, an Enterta'innment ef Siot^ng aftd Dancing '        ' cali'd ' HARLfiQUIN a Captive in SPAIN i Or, The Privateer Bit.       �� The Whole to Conclude with a Grand Daade, etS.'i VULCANs      NETTS. To begin rrery_EyerilnE � Five o'clock*...... Admiralty-Office, May 1, 174?. r" ' H E Leave of Ahfenze givm to the Pit'ty-Officers and Foremaji-men belonging to his Majejifj Ship the Haftings being ixpirtd I the Lords Commifftomr-i T)f tbe Admiralty, do hereby dirttl them to repair immediately on board tbe Scarborough fitting out at Sheernefs. But if they "fail in repairing on board, they ivill not only laft their Wages for the Halting!, but the Marjhal of tbe Admiralty will be directed to apprehend them, in order to be tried lit a Court Martial as Defertcrs, and funijhed'with the tit' moj) Rigour of the Laiv. Tho. Corsett. Hand-in-HaRil FirerCWHee. HTHE DireBors give Notice^ That a General , *� Meeting of the Members of the faid Society will ktJuid at their Office in Angel-Court, on Snow-hill, Tp-tnorttow, the Ninth Inflant, by Three in the Afternoon ; Wherit-aJJ n>)be have Infured art defired to be prejent. By      A D J O U R N M � .fr T. Fat S A L E by the C A N D L At the MARINE Coffee-houfe in BiYchfa-Lane,;.   " Ibis Day, May ihe 8th, by Order of the Ajsgntfsy at tmr of tbe Chck in the Aft-er-notm, ; THE Stocks in Tnade of Mr. WittUim lajb of Cateaton-itreet, and Mr. William Patter, iff IrotoHon-er^Lane, Mercr.ants^JBankrupts^ Alfo the Goods of a Merchant 4 100 Pieces of Swifs Linnens, Napkins, Diaper and Damask^'"*\ Pieces of Muflins anfi Billafere Handkerchiefs 43 Pieces Sf'Scdtch Cloaths     1 ISO Bolts of Englflh "Sail Cloth X500 Pieces of Iri/h Linnens, Dou lafs anil Sheeting r 10 Pieces of Hollands,' 13A Pieces of Doulafs arid Gar  iix 17 Pieces of Long Lawns S�o Pieces of Piffol Lawns 1 Likewifea Parcel of Parchment ReaveY &kinj. The above Goods to be kin at ROBER'f":RiRlCE,i WarjsWe in New 'Rents, St. Marin'fle-Gra*4, 'Cbiaffidt, frbto this -'Morning, to the Time of Sale. > _ROBERT KIRKE, ^ok�r.; :      To    be    LET   T,        At Greenwich, and entered upan imtntdsatetly^ TH E Houie late Ren Sw#e\ efq;'^ Crtms-Uill, with a pleafant Pro'fpeft to the ^arJc, ajjnail Garden, and a Court-yard before It. ~ ^iiwrrf-a -Perpet-ua 1  AdvoJwibn, or-next JBrefcntaiiaa. io.a jKfill-aja-ditioned Living of about 100 I. a Year, with a good Houfe, the In-citobentin Years in aipleafant Part of Hampshire, Berjdfhire.vdr the South Part of Wiltfhire. -        . . ^sr .-s Inquire of Ben. Calverley, at the Tilt-yard Coffee houft, Whita-hafll f *horalfo:tran&^s Affairs in th�-Army� .,     � ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's CoTrEE-House, in -Lombfard-ftrcct.   

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