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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 20, 1845, London, Middlesex the Numb; 3*?9^ MONDAY, May 20, 174.5- BedU May 18. ARRIVED Yefterday his jetty's. Ships Pearl and Bridgwater, and failed for the River this Morning ; with the Antigua Packet, Lrftey, from Antigua; the-, Vernon, from Si. Kitts; Ellis, Francis, from Falmouth ; Fly, Rickards, from ditto ; the Happy Couple, Jones, from Briftol; with feveral others ; but it blowing hard, could not get their Names. Remain the Men of War, and Outward-bound. Wind W.S.W. LONDON. Since our laft arrived the Mail from Holland. Extra ft of a Letter from Milan, May 8, N S. ' The Difpofitions made by the Spanifh and Neapoli-4 tan Troops to enter the Territories of the Republick of * Genoa by the Valley of Magra, leave us not the leal! � Room to doubt of their Defign to join the Forces ef � France and Spain that are in the Neighbourhood of One-' glia and Nice. The March of both is directed towards � ?>t:3gia, Gavi and Novf; where the Genoefe have ere&ed � Magazines for the Subfiflence of their Troops, Part of * which has already advanced towards the fiid Places. As 4 the Republick of Genoa difcovers no Diflatiifa&ion at the � March of the Spaniards and Neapolitans to traverfe her * Territories, and does not even make any fham Com-� plaints about it, to fave Appearance?, we infer from this * Behaviour that (he is willing her true Intentions fhould � be known : So that we fhall not be at all furprized when ' we hear, that this Republick has determined to join her * Troaps to thofe of France and Spain. The King of Sardi-� nia continue, to take all the Meafures requifite in fuch a � Jun&ure: His Majefty has fent towards GareiTio, Maro * and Mondovi twenty Battalions, and a large Body of * Militia, to fhut the PafTage into Piedmont againft the * Spaniards and Neapolitans : Another Corps of the fame * Force is marched towards Final and Savona. As for the mas hy holding out to thi lafl Extremity he hoped to de-' jhv; th: Ejlecm of his Mcft Chrijlian Majrfly. Tne Gar-' rifon has made another Saily, and, as we are affuied, 4 ruined a Lodgement which the Enemy have made in the ' Hornuork. They write from BrufTels of ihe 20th of May, N S. that the French have affembled a great Number of Boa aguire, late an Officer.in the Queen of Hungary's Service, was married to the Rt! Hon. the Lady Car.ica/t. h'oon after the Ceremony they fct out for her Ladyihip's Scat in Hertfordshire. On Friday died at his Houfe in Tooley-fireet, Mr. Harper, a Chymiit of cor.fiderable Bufinefs. The Fire which happen'd onTuefday lait in ShidThnmej. did not begin at Mr. Smith's, the Sailmaker, as has beea. pjblifh'd, but at the next Door to the faid Houfe. Whitehall\ May 18. On Tuefday lalt in the Afternoon, a Meffenger arrived here, with an Acco.:m, that his Ma-j-lty landed at Helvoetfluys, in perfect Health, on Sunday in the Forenoon, and foon after proceeded on his Journey to Hanover. On Wednefday their Excellencies the Lords Jufiires met at the Cockpit, and opened their Commiflion ; when they were plealed to appoint Andrew Stone and Thomas Ratnt-den, Efqs. to be their Secretaries. BANKRUPTS. Richard Mitton, of the Parifh of St. Paul, Covent-Gar-den, Vintner and Victualler. Stephen Brook, of Eland, in the Parifh of Halifax ani County of York, Woolitapler and Cnapman. High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 31 .vnnute* after 2. D R U R Y-L A N E. By His Majeflfs Company of Comedians, . AT the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. on Thurfday next, will be preferred a Tragedy, all'd ' *- The OR P H A Nj O R, The Unhappy Marriage. The Part of Moniroia to be perform'd by Mrs. CIBBE R; To which will be added, ROSAMOND. The Part of King Henry to be performM by Mr. LOWE j Sir Trufty, Mr."Waltz; Page, Mafter Conneii 5 The Part of Rofamond by Mifs Young ; Grideline, Mrs. Sybil!* And the Part of Qneen Elinor to be perform'd by Mrs. AKNE. The Words by Mr. ADDISON. The MUSICK comp s"d by Mr.ARNE. Places ta be taken of Mr. Hobfon, at the Stage-Doot of the The* atro. COVEN T-G A R D E N. AT the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden, To-rnorrow, will be prefented a Comedy, call'd i The DOUBLE DEALER.*. The Part of Mafkwell to be perform'd by Mr. qjjin ; Lady Touchwood by Mrs. Pritchard ; Carelefs, Mr. Ryan ; Melle-font, Mr Hale; Sir Paul Piyant, Mr. Hippiiley ; Lady Froth, Mrs. Clive i Lord Touchwood, Mr. Bridgwater 5 Lord Froth, Mr. Gil�-� fun ; Lady Piyant, Mrs. James ; Cynthia, Mrs. Vincent ; ' Ar.d the Part of Bnik to be perform'd fry Mr. CIBBER. To which will be added, A Dramatic Entertainment of Mufick, call" d ORPHEUS and EUR Y" D I C E. Interrhix'd with a Pantomime in Grotefque Characters, call'd lbs Met'morphoks of Harlequin. The Part of Orpheus by Mr. BeaH ; Rhodope, Qoeen of Thrac?, Mrs. Clive ; F.urydice, Mf 3. Lampe ; Firft Nyroph, Follower of Eurydice, by Rig. Campioni; Pluto by-Mr. Leverid^e ; Afcalax, Mr. Reinhold; Daemons, Mr. Picq, Mc. Villeneuve, and Mr. Dcbgarde. Harlequin, Mr. WOODWARD; Colomblne, Mrs. Kiiby ; Panraleon, Mr. Arthur ; 'Sqmre Caw-key, Mr. Bencraft ; Mrs. Mannerly, Mrs. Martin ; Goody Carton, Mr. Marten; Drudge, Servant to Pantaloon, Mr. Hippjfleyj Womaji Dwarf, by a French Boy ; Country Lads by Mr. Villeneuve* Mr. Delegarde, Mr. Dupre, and Mr. Deftrade ; CouBtry Lafles by Mrs. Duvil, MrsDelagatde, Mrs. LeBrun, Mrs. Ozanne ; A Rural Swain and Nymph by Mr. COOKE and Sig. CAMPIONI, Boxes 5s. Pit 3 . Firft Gallery as. Upper GaUery 1 s. To begin exaftly at Six o'Clock. (Bung th; l-ajl Time of ibt Company'1 Ailing tbis Stafen.) ADVERTISEM T S are taken in for this Paper, at 1 .loyd's Coffee House, in Lombard-ftreet.
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