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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 18, 1845, London, Middlesex                                S AT U R D A Y,    Ma y 18,   1745- Deal, May^6� lEMAIN in the Downs his Ma-jefty's Ships Duke, and Fowey ; the Maynard, Brooks ; Hatley, Dingley ; John, Seabrook ; the Eagle, Watfon ; Neptune, Grin-dall i Friendftiip, Holm ; Dorothy and Elizabeth, Simpfon; Providence, Burn ; the Mercury, Cock ; Hamilton, Seaton ; London, New ham ; Charles, Randolph ; Allen, SifTon ; and Hopewell, Judd, for Virginia ; Neptune, Dennis ; and James, Hoare ; Succefs, Spencer ; and Elizabeth, OliftV, for Maryland ; Mercury, Wilkin-fon ; and Daniel, Tifchart, for Carolina ; Don Carlos, Friend ; and Snccefs, Hill, for Newfour.diand ; AlbgnjA Bryant, for ;^few-York i-.^ohn and-Martha^'BoRflC for Dublin ; Elinor, late, for Belfaft ; Claremont,Piercy, for Briftol; with feveral Coaiters Wind S.byW. blows very hard. The Mary, Bird, from London, is arrived at Madeira. The Salifbury, Hancock, from London, at Liflion. The Indian King, Phillips; and the Townfhend Privateer, Lewis, from Lifbon, at Briflol. 'i he Greyhound, Pearfon, from Carolina, at Portf-mouth. LONDON. Yeflerday arrived the Mail from Flanders. Extratl of a Letter from f^ienna^ May 8, ' Yeflerday and the Day before Couriers arrived from  Italy, the Empire, and Silefia.   As for the Contents of  the Dilpatches brought from Italy, we doi-'t know a ' Tittle of them ; but we prefume ihey are of the utmoll  Importance, the Queen having, upon the Receipt cf iL,thcm, imt�ediately catted a GTand Council at Schonbrun,  at the Iffue of which, Couriers were difpatched to divers � Places. We learn by tiie Difpatchfs from Silefia, that ' Prince Charles arrived at Koniglgratz the ift IhH. which ' Place is the Rendezvous of our Army, and that all the  'J'roops being aflembled thcr--, the firlt Step taJ^en by his  Serene Highncfs was to detach a Body of lo.ocoMento  join the Saxon Troops, and facilitate the Execution of � ibme Frojed which is yet kept fecret. The Reft of our ' Army was going to penetrate into Silefia by the County  of Gla(z.  A Report is juft fprcad here, that the Pruffians had,  within thefe few Days, formed a Defign of dillurbing  the Fair at Leipfick, and a'lfo furprize the Town if pof-' fible ; but the Government had taken fuch wile Frtc u-  tionf, that this chimerical Projedl: mifcarricd.    Yet this  Alarm has made fucii an Impicfiion, that the Court of � DrefdenJias countermanded the Marcli of thfr -Body of  10,000 Saxons that were defjgncd to reinforce the Army  under the Duke of Aremberg, or at leall make a Diver-  fion in its Favour.  Letters from Hungary inform us of the March of fe-' veral Bodies of Troops from that Kingdom and Tranfil-  vania, to join the Infurgents in Silefia, who will be  12,000 Wronger this Compaign than they were at the  Clofe of the lalL' Advices from Konigfgratz of the 8th of May, N.S. fay, that Prince Charles of Lorrain was llill there, and that on the gth. Part of the Army had advanced towards Opot-fchau. Extraa of a Letter f-om Cologne, May 18, K.S.  Tho'the heavy Baggage of the Allied Army is arrived  at HctterfdorfF,and it was afTured the Duke.of Arcmberg's  Head-Quarters would be, as Yeflerday, at LudelfdorfF,  we are neverthekfs of Opinion, that this General will not ' fo foon remove from Valendar.' Advices from Courtrai dated the 19th Infl. N.S. run thus-' The French baiter Tournay with more Fury than ' ever, and have made two Breaches in the Out-works of  the Place ; but on Monday lalt the Befieged made a ' Sally, which did not anfwer the End, but the nex; Day ' the Befiegers having given a general AfTault, they fprung � a Mine with fo much Succefs, that all thofe who had ' lodged themfelves on the Curtain were blown up, and at ' the fame Time made another Sally, whereby the refl: of ' the Enemy were quite routed, and I'ufFered a very confi-  derable Lofs. They write from Bruffels of the 2ifl Inftant, N.S. that the Prince of Waldeck's fecond Regiment fct out for the Confederate Army the Wednefday before, with a great Number of Waggons Lden with Provifions and Warlike Stores, and that it was faid the Army had quitted the Camp at LefFines the fame Diyin the Afternoon. Letters from Naples of the 27th of laft Month, N.S. advife, that they had then in the Harbour, 19 Tartans and 2 Gallies ready to put to Sea, with 40 Pieces of battering Cannon, 20 Mortar5,and a large Quantity of Warlike Stores for the Army under Count Gage. Yefterday one of his Majelty's Meffengers arrived at St. James's, with Difpatches from the Army. His Majefty's Ships the Guernfey, and Roebuck arc arrived at Genoa. On Thurfday laft was run for on Epfom Downs the Noblemen and Gentlemen's Plate of 50!. for Four Year Olds ; for which Six llarted, and was won by Mr. Grc-ville's Bay Gelding Grantham ; Lord Portmore's Horfe Cub, won the firR Heat, and the Odds were two and three to one on him, againlt the Field ; but Mr. Greviile's Horfe won the iecond and third Heaf;. And Yeflerday the Town Plate of Fifty Pound, for any Horfe that never won above that Sum, was run for by the following, viz. Mr. Martindale's Bay Horfe ; Mr. Greviile's Bay Horfe Chance; Mr. Grefwood's Chefnut Hcrfc Briji ; and Mr. Sirdal's Bay Horfe Pcppit ; and won by the former, who came in Third the firft Heat, but won the fe:ond ;ind third Heats, and Dillanc'd Chance and Briflc. Letter from Mahone, dated May 4. A L't[l of the Ships aad Veffels taken and dejlroyed by our Fleet, fmce-.they left this Place^ April the 10th, O.S.  The Chatham Man of War burnt a French Ship of * 26 Carriage Gun's, bound from Marfeilles to Martinico,  which ran afhore and could not be got off.   And ' Alfo, burnta Barcolongo Privateer, of 10 Carriage * Guns and 14 Swivels :   Drove fix fmall VefTcls aOiorc :  And took a Ship of 10 Guns ; and a large Palocco, for ' St. Domingo. ' The PhoEflix Man of War, and Shark Sloop, in coming ' from Gibraltar, to join Admiral Rowley, drove alhoar a ' French Ship of 10 Carriage Guns, but could not bring ' her off, the Sea running very high.   And  Alfo took two large Palocco's, bound from Marfellles ' to St. Domingo ; And three Xebequc Privateers; one of ��**Which is fince Commiffion'd, and fent to the Gibraltar ' Station. ' There is alfo re-taken, the Zant-Packet, from Leghorn ' to Lifbon, with her Cargoe intire.  And taken, a Barcolongo, and a Settee, with Timber ' for the Ufe of the Spaniih Men of War in Carthagena. ' Three Barcolongo's, with different Stores for the faid ' Fleet.  A Sloop, laden with Ovl, &c.  A Ship of 12 Carriage Guns ; and a Palocco, both ' bound from Marfeilles to St. Domingo. ' A Settee, laden with Wines. ' And a Xebeque, with Stores.  The above V cfTels were all taken by the Ships along ' with Admiral Roivley. ' Commodore Ofborn has 13 large Ships with him, ' cruizing off Cad.z.' The Thames, Marchanr, from Cyprus, is arrived at Mahone, in 30 Days ; and we hear has brought in with him a Veffel," he took in his Paffage.-The Thames was reported to be taken. They write from Newcaflle, that on the 28th pall was fotind on Bambrogh Sands, the Body of a Gentleman well dref.'d, of a middle Stature, had on a Grey Cloth Coat, with Buttons of the fame Colour; the Waiftcoat of Silk Grogram, with Silver Thread Buttons, and lin^d with Red Shagreen ; hii Breeches Black Cloth, and good Boots and Spurs. His Breeches Pockets had been fearch'd and tum'd out; three Handkerchiefs were found in his Pockets, and fome S.imples of Corn. He was fo damag'd by the Sea, that his Features were not to be diflinguifh'd. There has not appeared as yet any Evidence of what Money he had, Watch or Papers about him.   He has fince been buried. On Thurfday Morning died, at his Houfe in Wardour-ftreet, Soho, in the 66 th Year of his Age, -- Gorman, Efq; who was an OfBcer in the late War in Flanders. On Thurfday Night one Mr. Norris a Gardner was at-tack'd near Brumpton by three Ruffians, who robb'd him of 4 s. took away his Hat and Wig, and beat and abus'd him in a barbarous manner, Yeflerday Sarah Moore otherwife Phillis Cox, othenvife Booker, one of the Black-Boy Alley Gang, was committed to Newgate, by Mr. Alderman Heathcote, for privately Healing from the Perfon of Mr. Henry Barnes, of Green Church-Yard, St.Catherine's Cheefemonger, a Silk Handkerchief, Value 2 5, in Cheapfide, ^about One o'Clock Yellerday Alorning, IRELAND. Duhlin, May x\. Laft Week died in the County of Tipperaryi Aged 100 Years, William Hobbs, Gent, a Perfon much efteem'd by all that knew him. By hisD.ath a good Fortune falls to Mr. Roger Hobbs of the faid County ; and alfo to his Nephew, Mr. Michael Hobbs of the City of Wa'erford, K^Ierchant. On Saturday laft died, at his Seat in the County of Limerick, Robert Oliver, Efq; Member of Parliament for the Borough of Kilmallock in the faid County. On MonJay laft 43 Sail of Merchant Ships, laden with Provifions for America, failed from Cork, under Convoy of the Saphire and Greyhound Men of War. ^o-morronu tTiJo Charity Sermons ivill be preached in the-Parijh Church of Camber-zvcU,  in Surry, for the Benefit of the Charity Children of the faid Parijh : Tkit in the Morning by the Right Re'V. Father in God Richard Lord Bijhop of St. Danjids; and that in the Afternoon by the Rtn;. Mr. Tonvn/ey, Leclurer   calPd. ihe Metamorphofes of Harlequin. Boxes 5 s.     Pit 3 J.    Firft Gallery 2 s.    Upper Gallery 11. To begin exaflly at Six o'Clock. [Being the laji Time of the Company''t Aliing thit Stafon.) S A D L E R's - W E L L S. AT Sadler's-PFells, adjoining to the New River lhad, JJlington, this and erery Evening (during the SuiTfmer Seafon) will be 'The Usual Diversions of that Place. Confiding of Rope-Dancing by the celebrated Madem. K�rman, Monf. Dominique, Monf.Janno, Mafter Kerman and MaacrFranci*. Tumbling by Monf, Dominique, Monf. Janno, Maftcr Kernua, Mailer Francis, and Monf, Pierot Pas Tomba. Dancing (both Serious and Comic) partlculaily a new .Grand Dance, call'd Ibe Turkijh Sportt: The Mufick, Scenes, Cloaths, and other Decorations entirely New. Bifliaw by Mr. Davenport; Sultaw, Mrs, Miles; Turks by Mr. Olbeldifton, Monf.Janno; Turki/h Women, Mrs. Davenport and Mrs. Bullock ; Tyrolejns, Mr. Miles and Mrs. Freemin ; Peafants, Mr, Granier and Mrs. Vallois ; Italian Shepherd, Mr, jofephCranierj Shepherdefs, Mifs Granier. Variety of new Songs by Mr. Heemfkirck. To which will be added, an Entertainment of Singing and Dancing, call'd HARLEQUIN a Captive in SPAIN i Or,       Privateer Bit. The Whole to Conclude with a Grand Dance, call'd 'VULCAN'S      N   E   '1'   T   S. To begin every Evening at Five o'Clock. For SALE ^ r/^^ C A N D L E, At the MAlUbiELoffss-Hoak in Birchin-Lane, 9 On Wcdnefday next, at Fi-ve o'Clock in the Afternoon p-ecifely; ALarge Sortment of Mercery Goods, confining of 500 Pieces of rich Paduafoys, Tabbies, Ducapes, Armnzeens and Luftrlngs ; 25 Pieces of bilk and Worfted Paduafoya for Men's Wear and Ladies Habits, Likewife fundry Perfians, Sarfenets, Inkle Luftrings and Broglios, Allapeens, Shagre'ens, Scrgedufoys, Iriih Stuffs, Plaids, Gold and Silver Stuffs, Black Velvets, &c. Note, There is a large Parcel of new Silks, Paduafoys, Ducapes, ice. iufl out of the Looms, which will be fold abfolutely. The Goods above-mentioned to be feen at Mr. bell's Warehoufe in Aldermary Church-Yard, Bo'iV-U;:e, Cbeapjde, from Monday Morning to the Time of Sale. JOHN BELL, Broker; For SAL E hy the CANDLE, At iheWhRll^E Cofee-houfe in Birchin-Lane, On Fridjy the 2^th Infant, at Four o'Clock in the AfternooKf by 0/ der of the Affignees; H E Stock in Trade of Mr. "Thomas CJjpbam, of King's-ftreet, Weftminfter, Linnai-Draper, a Bankrupt. Likewife the Stock of Mr. Dflffi of Cheapfide, who has left off Trade. And by Order of the Truftee, the Stock of Mr. Attxoater of Reading, Linnen-Draper, C-talogues of which wili be Timely difpers'd by ROBERT KIRKE, Broker, In St. Martin s le-Grand. Fhis is to acauaint Gentlemen and others, I~ ^HAT the fame Perfon late of Cirencejier ia Glouetfterjhtre^ who has for thefe 20 Years laft paft foldPe-ru!{96 zt. St.Sepulcbre\ Coffee-houfe, his got for Sale, a regular Sortmen tof Bob Po- Weft-Country Hairs, with a fmall Mixture of Horfe-Hair, and will be fold One Pound in Five cheaper than any Wigs fold in or a-bout Town of an equal Goodnefs, as will appear to thofe who are Judges by the low Prices that are mark'd and fix'd OQ each Peruke wit hout any Abatement. Likewife Choice of Clergymens Bobs, made after the Durham Fafhion, Attendance will be given at St. Sepulchre's Coftee-houfe on Snnw-Hill,'till all are fold. This Bay is publi/Ijed., The Second Edition, AS E R M O N preached before his Grace CHARLES, Duke of Richmond, Ltntx and Aubigny, Pre-fident ; and the Goverwors of the London-Infirmay, in Goodman t Fields, for the Relief of Sick and Difeafed Perfons efpecially Manufaflurers, and Seamen in Merchant-Service, &c. at the^Parift Chwrchof St, Laivrencc-Jewry, onTuefJay, Afa�fc the 26th, I74S� By the Right Reverend Father in Gc*, JOHN, Lord Bijhop of Landaff. Pu!�Ii(h'd at the Requeft of the Prefident and Governors, Printed by H. Woodfall, jun. in Little-Britain ; and fold by J, Brotherton, in Cornhill j andj. Stagg, in Weftminfter-Kall. This Day are Publijhed, PRUPUSALS7^^;' PiM/M^ iiy 3UD0GRIPTIOJN". > ANew Trannation of tlie WORKS of SALLUST: With large Annotations and a Review of RS'-" man Hiftory, from the Jugurthine War to the Catilinarjan Confpi-racy.   To wbicn is added, The Life of SALLUST. By WILLIAM COOKE, M.A. Ficnr of En ford in (U^-^tity of Wilts. To be had Gratis of J. Brotherton, jft the'^g^. in CornhilJ,- and of H, Woodfall, jun. in Little-Britain. 4 1 1 ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in for this Papf^r, at L.i.oyp's CorrEL-HousE, in Lombard-flreer. J- 0- O   

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