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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 13, 1845, London, Middlesex                                N ITM B. 3273, MONDAY,    Ma y 13,   1745- Dm/, A/tfjy i 1. tRRlVED his Majefty's Sloop the ^ Baltimore, from Plymouth, with a great many Coafters > the Mary, Pearce, from Topfham, for Hamburgh ; Endeavor, Furcfs, for ditto; Content, Stevens, for �-Remain the  Duke and Eovvey Men of War, and Bahi-more Sloop, with the Outward-bound. Came down the Prince Charles, Lvon, fjr Leghorn; and Amelia, Walker, for Pool.   Wind S.S.E. The Samuel, Lynn, from Briflol, is arrived at Leghorn. The Anna Carolina, �-,  from Mount's Bay, at ditto. LONDON. Since our la ft arrived two Mails from Flanders. Extrad of a Letter from A/rjlerdam, May I 8, N.S. ' Our Letters from Vienna represent the King of Pruffia's ' Army in fo miferable aCmdition, that they are per-' fuaded it will difprrfe. and dwindle away to nothing, as ' foon as Prince Charles appears with the AuftrUn Army. ' Affairs iLn't go on well in Italy. General Count ' Ga^e has pafl'.d the Apennine Mountain', and is come ' down into the \'a!ley of Carfagnana, where he has taken ' the Fort of Monte Alfonfo, and feized upen Caftcl-nuovo, ' which is the Capit.il of that Di'lrict. We ate very im-' patient to hear, whether he will turn off to the left and * enter Tutcnny. or whether he will join the Infant Don * Philip in the J'erii;ories nf Genoa. Letters fr.m Paris of the i ath Inftant, N.^. fay, that they have received Advice, that Commodore lY.ltendeur h;:s laken lix En^lifh V cflels laden with I'rovificus for Jamaica. '1 hey write from Aeth, that the Allies quitted their Camp there on t..e 16th Jnllant, N.S. and n.arched for Leffines. Karnes cf the General and other Officers Killed, Wounded, and Mi//i'-'Z\ i>! tie hue Battle near Tournav. Mnjor Gencr >1 Ponibn'oy killed ; Lieutenant General Campbell's Leg eff, and dead fince ; Lord Al eimrle rode over and bruiled ; Major General Howard, Br g/.dier General Churchill, Brigadier General Ingf-ldfby, and Lord Ancram ind Lord Cuthcart, Aides de Lamp to his Royal Highnef?, wounded. I   N   F   A   N   T   R   V. Tirjl Regiment of Guards. Killed, Capt. Harvey, Berkley, Bremen. Enf. Sir Alexander Cockburn. Wounded, Lieut. Col. Lord Charles Hay. Capt. Hildcfley, Parker, Per.rfon, Bockland.   Enf. Nafh, Vane. Second Regiment ef Guards. Killed, Enf. Cathcart, Molefworth. Wounded, Col. Ncedham, Corbett, Ivellett, Moj ften, Lord Robert Bertie. Capt. Townfhend, Cxrar. Enf. Button, Vanbrugh. Killed, Col. Carpenter,  r t. Enf. Murray.    Wounded, Lt. Capt. Laurie, Knevit, Mait- 'ibird Regime-1 of Guards. Co!. DougLL.  Capt. Rofs. Cul. Waldegrave, Frazer. land.   Enf. hLlujne, Neil. Royal North Britijb. Wounded, Capt. Thomfon, Ed-monlton. Lieut. Cockburn, Nairn, Elliot, Abcrnethy, Grant.    Enf. Jones. Lieut. General Howard's. Killd, Quarter Mailer Cummins.   Wounded Lit ut. Tanner.   Enf. Punceford. Onfozfs ; tl it Severity ail who behaved otherwife. We are alio allured, th;t their High Mightineffes have given Directions for an extraordinary Number of Troops to mirch d-rcctly to join the Allied Army. On Friday Lit a MefTc' ger arrived at the Secretary's Office, Whiten :11, who brought an Account that his Majeily fet Sail from Harwich about Six o'Clock that Morning. On Saturday at Noon the Right Hon. the Earl of Cheiler-field pafs'u through the City from Holland. He came over in the William and Mary Yatch, We are informed by Le ters from Vienna, that the Elector Palatine jo actually comprehended in the late Treaty with Bavaria, an.1 that a Convention will be very fpeedily concluded with the Landgrave William of Hcffe, for taking 6000 of his Troops into the Pay of a certain Power , to be employed for the Protection cf the Empire on the Rhine. The Sandwich Privateer Capt. Palgrave, has taken and brought into Margate Road, a Dutch Ship from Zealand for France, wichfundry Goods onboard. On Saturday Was married at Footfcray in Kent, Miles Barnes, Eiqj to Mifs Elizabeth El wick, Daughter to Nathaniel Elwick, Efq; of May-Place in the feid County. On Friday died at her Lodgings at Mile-End, Mrs. Butcher Wife of Mr. Butcher, an eminent Druggifl in the Poultry. This Morning the Corpfe of the Lord Maynard, will be carried from his Lordfhip's Houfe in Grofvenor-Square, to be inter'd at Fellled in Effex, the Burial Phcc of his Family. On Friday Evening laft a Man meanly drefs'd was found drown'd in the New River, near Iflingtcn; he had a large Wound in his Head, and another under his Chin ; he was carri?d to Clerkenwcll Church-yard, where he is Hill expofed t.i view, to be own'd. At the New Wei's near the London Spaw, ClerkenweUj-this and every Evening during the Summer Seafon, at Five o'Clock, the celebrated Mifs Rayner performs feveral new Exercifes oh the Rope, accompanied by Mr. Hough,  M'ifs C. Rayner, and others ; Tumbling by Mr. Williams, Mr^ Rayner,  and Mr. Hough ;  Dancing by Mr. Rofoman,T Mr. Yates, Mr?. Hough, and Mifs Rayner ;  vvth feveral ne.v Songs by Mr. Brett and Mifs Vaux.   The whole to conclude with a Grand En:ertainment of Mufick, call'd Flerculcs and Omphale, or Love and Glory. At RUCKHOLT-HOUSE this Day, will be performed-a Grand Concert of Vocal and Inllrumental Mufick ;  at BAN	K	R    U    P	T. William   Townfend,	of	Wincheiter-ilreet,	London, Smp-maker.			 Higti Waier uns iJay	at	Lonaon-ijnUge 25	ac iwinutes af-er 8.			 ------       -.......   -----   � "J    -    0 South S:a Stock no Price. Ditto C Id Annuities 109 3 4'.hs a 7 8ths. Ditto New 109 3 4ths a 110. Three p;r Cent. Annuities 93 1 4th. Ditio 1742, 93. Ditto 1743, and 1744, 93. Ditto 1745, 91 3 8th a 1 half. Million Bank 114. Equivalent 110. Royal Affurance 84. London Affurance ti a 1 8th. Engliih Copper 5 I, Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loin no Price. Five per Cent, Ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 4 1. 15 f. Prim. India Botds 1 1. 15 s. Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies Difc. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Or Three per Cent. Ditto o. cers o. 6 d. Pr Lottery Tickets 21 s. Life Annuities 1-  14th Years Purchafe. i)   R   U   K   Y-L   A   N  E. For the Benefit of Mr. Wright, Mr. Fenn Stage-Door-keeper, Mr. Saunders, and Mr. Payne. By His Majefty's Company of Comedians, AT the Thentre-Rov.il  in Drury-Lanc, this Dav, will be prefc-nted a Comedy, call'd Th- MKRCHANT Or/ VENICE. ShyVk, by Mr. Macklin ; the Merchant, by Mr. Delane ; Baf-finio, Mr. Havard ; Gratiano, Mr. Mills j Duke, Mr. Winftone; Lancelot, Mr. Neale ; Lorenzo (wirh Songs proper to the Character) by Mr. I.owe ; Gobbo, Mr. Ray ; Morochius, Mr. Woodbur.i; Tu. bal, by Mr. T?fwell; Sa'anio, Mr. Berry ; Solarino, Mr.Blakes. Eilthaznr, Mr.Simpl'on. Nerifla, Mrf. Bennet ; Jeflica, Mts. Ri-' dout ) End the Fart of Pertia by Mr!. Woffingtoi. With Entertainments between the Ads, vif; AEX I.   Gentle Shepherd by Mrs. Arne. Aci iii.   a Dance by Signnra Bettini. Act iv.   a Concerto on the Bafibon. Act v.  The Early Horn by Mr. Lowe. End of the Farce.   a Preamble on the Kettle-Drums by Mr. Wood* bridge, concluding with Mr. Handel's Water-Mufick. u To which will be added, The Tragedy of Tragedies, or Tom Thumb the Gre � t. Tom Thumb by Mifs Yates. King Arthur by Mr. Bridges ; Lord Grizzle, Mr. Winftone ; Quegt Dolialolla, Mrs.B-;nnet; Prmcefs Huncamanea, Mr.Blakes. Boxes 5 s.     Pit 3 s.     Firft Gallery 2 s.     "Oppgrfealisr^ 1 1. To begia exsdtly at Six o'clock. C O V E N T-G A R D E N. For the Ben-fit of Mr. Lawrence and Mr. Evans Boxkeepr-, and Mr. Gwinn Pit Dcir-�eeper. T thrj Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden, ^ this Day. will be prefented a Comedy, call'd The RECRUITING OFFICER. The Pjrt of Captain Plume by Mr. Ryan ; Worthy, Mr. Hale ; Servant Kire, Mr. Rotcc ; Juftice B.illance, Mr. Bridgwater ; Capt. B.azen, Mr. Chapman ; Juilice Seal.-, Mr. Marten ; Juftice Scruple, Mr. Arthur; ConftaMe, Mr. Stoppelaer ; Bullock, Mr. Dunftall ; the Two Rec.uits[by Mr. Hip^illey ar.d Mr. Jarrej. MJinda, Mrs. Horton ; Rofe, Mrs. Vincent ; Lucy, Mrj, Dunftall ; And the Pa^t cf Sylvia by Mrs. Pritchard. With Entertainments of Dancing by Mr. Cooke and Signora Campion?* Alfo the Scotch Dance by Mr. Villeneuve, Mrs^Delagarde, Mr^ Delagarde; Mr.D;!lrade, Mrs. Lebrun, and Mrs. Villeneuvet To which will be added, a Farce, call'd F       L       O       R       A. The P.irt of Hob by Mr. LAGUERRE; Sir Thomas Tefty, Mr. HippiH.iy ; Friendly, Mr. Hayman ; Old Hob Mr. Dunftall ; Dick, Mr. Anderfon.   Flora, Mrs. Vincent; Betty, Mifs Hippifley ; Hob's Mother, Mrs. Martin. Boxes 5 s. .    Pit 3 s.    Firft Gallery, as.    Upper Gallery I s. To begin exnftJy at Six o'-Clock. %* To-morrow will be prefented The CONFEDERACY. For the Benefit of Mr. Verhuy.k,   Mr. Palmer, Mr. Emmtt, Mr. Mjfr., Mf.Coo/ier, and Mr. Page Houlekeeper. S A D L E R's - W ELLS. AT Sadler's-Wells, adjoining to the New-   9 River Head, I/lingron,  this and eveiy Evening (during the ^s~-' Summer Seafon) will be The Usual Diversions of that Place. Confiding of Rope-Dancing by the celebrated Madem. Kerman, Monf. Dominique, Monf. Janno, Matter Kerman and Mafter Francis. Tumbling by -Monf. Dominique, Monf. Janno, Mafler Kerman, P.Iafter Francis, ar.d Monf. Pierot Pas Tomba. Dancing (both Seripus-and Comic) particularly ^ A new jGrand Dance, call'd The Turkijb Spvtt :1 The Mufick, Scenes, Cloaihs, and other Decorations entirely New, --JLJluw^fl Mr, D.n'enport : Siltana. Mrs. Miles; Turks "by Mr.      y1 ^OibTldulonrKTorir. J^nno ;  Turkiih Women,   Mrs. DavenportVqni Mrs- Bullock ; Tyroleans, Mr. Miles and Mrs. Freeman ;   Peafahts, Mr. Granier and Mrs. Vallois; Italian Shepherd, Mr. jofephGranierj Shopherdcfs, Mifs Granier. Variety of new Songs by Mr. Heemfkirck. * To which willilaiSdded, an Entertainnment of Sinking and Dancing, call'd HARLEQUIN a Captive in SPAIN i Or, The Privateer Bit. The Whole to Conclude with a Grand Dance, call'd V   U   L   C   A   N's      NET   T _S._      O 111 Ufriilli L'vLI^ 'H'Lllluii UL rilL llTqluLki _       _ _ % * Monf. DOMINIQUE will fly over a Man an* Horfe Fifteen Hands high, never performed before. A D V E RT IS E M E N T S are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's^offee-Hou^, in Lombard-ftrect. Of.       C   

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