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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 23, 1845, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. Nb M b. TV. THURSDAY,    May 23,   1745 Deal, May 21. iEMAIN in the Downs his Ma-jetty's Ships D�kc, aujd Fowey; Prince Frederick, Dragon, and Sandwich Privateers j the Royal Gaily, Phillips, for Genoa ; the Prince Charles, Lyon, for Leghorn } Henrietta, Hood, for Jamaica ; Midford, Row ; and -, Haflemere, for Barbadoes ; the Maynard, Brooks ; the Hatley, Dingley ; John, Seabrook ; Eagle, Watfon ; Neptune, Grindall ; Friendfhip, Holm ; Dorothy and Elizabeth, Simpfon; Providence, Bum * the Mercury, Cock ; Hamilton, Seaton5; London, Newham ; Charles, Randolph ; Allen, Siflbn; and Hopewell, Judd, for Virginia; Neptune, Dennis; James, Hoarej Su.ccefs* Spencer; and Elizabeth, Oliffe, fpr Maryland; Mercury, Wilkinfon { and Daniel, Tifchart, for Carolina ; Don Carlos, Friend ; and Succefs, Hill, for Newfoundland ; Albany, Bryant, for "New-York ; Little Crown, Erain, for Southampton, and feveral Coafters. Arrived his Majefty's Sloop the Hawk, from the Weftward ; and the William and Mary, Two Brothers, and the Succefs, from Newcaftle.   Wind Weft. Grave/end, May zi.   Pafs'd by Carteret, Stephenfon, from Maryland ; and London Packet, Ferris, from Moni-. ferrat. LONDON. Ext rail of a Letter from Amferdam, May 28, N.S. � The Auftrian Army commanded by Count Traun, which we reckon begun its March the 21ft Inftant, in feveral Divifions, is to aflemble in one Body on the River Tauber in Franconia. Jt is not yet poffible to guefs what Route it will afterwards take, fince it will then be at hand to advance towards the Neckar,or the Mayne, in order to draw near Francfort, or elfe penetrate into the Land-graviatettf Heffe-Caffel, and fo oblige Prince William of Heffe to declare in Favour of the Common Caufe, and lend his Troops to the Maritime Powers. ' On the other Hand, the Duke of Aremberg's Army (eems to draw off more and more from the Prince of Conti, for it has actually entered theDutchyof Bergues; with what Defign no Body can yet tell, feeing it has quitted a very advantageous Camp, where it could not be forced by an Army much fuperior ; and befides, it is sot very brifkly purfued by the Prince of Conti's Army, which does not care to draw off from the Lahne and the Mayne. Some People furmife that the Duke of Arem-berg may probably wheel about to the Left, and advance to the Frontiers of Hefle, in order to join the Army under the Velt-Marftial Count Traun, or at lealt preferve a Communication with it. � We have fame Advices which fay, that the Prince of Qonti has detached 10,000 Men to the Upper Rhine ; but it is mucli more probable that they^re defigned to reinforce the French Army on the Neckar, in order to enable the Marquis de Segur and LieutenantGeneral Balin-courtto keep their Ground in the principal Polls which they are to make themfelves Mailers of on the Mayne above Francfort, in Cafe the Auftrian Army continues to take the Route of Mergentheim on the Tauber.  We are allured that the Queen of Hungary has declared to feveral Courts of the Empire, that me had no Accommodation to make with the King of Prufiia, but upon Condition that Silcfia be reftored, and that his Pruf-fian Majefty does even make a formal Renunciation of his Pretenfions to that Dutchy : Which we forefee he never will do, unlefs he is abfolutely forced to it. The-bell Politicians in this Country condemn this Stiffnefs of the Court of Vienna, who ought to confider (fay they) that the Acquifition of the King of Pruflia's Friendfhip, or even his Neutrality, would be worth 100,000 Men to the Queen. In the mean time, if is certain, that the BeaSt Skin is already divided, and that the Elector of Saxony, King of Poland, will have a good Part of it. He has already been promifed, that Part of the Lower Silefia, which lies between the Lower Lufatia ard Poland, may always have a free PifTage to and from his Kingdom, without being obliged to go through her Territories. To effect this, the Pruffians muft firil be quite driven out of Silefia, and this in all Probability is their Plan : The only Queftion is, whether they will be able to execute it. ' Affairs in Italy feem to grow worfe and worfe every Day. We are now fully perfuaded that the Treaty between the Spaniards and Genoefe is brought to Perfection/and the latter will give the former a Paffage through their Country, befides Provisions and Artillery.   '1 hey ' talk of opening the Campaign with the Siege of Tor-' tona, which is "to be given $0 the Repubiick, if taken.' 'They write fromWarfaw, that the Troops of the Crown � Army of P�land, that lie neareftthe Frontiers of Silefia, * have received Orders to advance to the Confines of that ' Dutchy, to obferve the Motions of the Auftrians and ' Pruffians, and hinder any of their Parties from enteiing ' the Polish Territories. The Soldiers which the Pope lately difbanded having taken on in theAr.my under Count Gage, he has pubiifhed an Edi'd forbidding all his Subjects, of what Rank or Condition foever they be, to enter into the Service of any Foreign Power, without exprefs Perraiflion from the Government. Yefterday there was Advice, that the Dover Man of War, Capt. Collins, has brought into. Yarmouth Road, a French Privateer, call'd the Bon-Ami Louis, of 14. Carriage Guns, (Nine Pounders) 16 large Swivels, and 14.5 Men. The Phoenix and Trial Privateers of Briftol, have taken and carried into Kinfale two French Ships, bound from Bourdeaax to Martinico. The Dove, Bebber, from Biddeford to Newfoundland, was taken by a Spamlh Privateer, of great Force, 60 Leagues to the Weftward of Cape-Clear : But three D^ys after was fortunately re-taken by the Old-Noll and Ty-grefs Privateers, and fent into Plymouth. As foon as the Privateers had difpatcbed away the Dove, they went in purfuit of the above Privateer. The Sunderland, from Lancafter for Barbadoes, was taken the 10th of April, O.S. by a French Privateer belonging to Dieppe, of 12 Carriage and 16 Swivel Guns, and 114 Men, Capt. Figoly Commander; who the next Day took the Vernon, Brown, from Glafgow, to Virginia ; and the following Day, the Jane Hyth, from Leverpool ; which laft was ranfom'd ; but the two firit, with the Privateer, arrived at Breft the 27th of April. . We hear, that for fome Days paft fix French Privateers have been hovering off New-Haven, which had greatly alarmed the People of that Place. Yelterday a Number of fine Horfes were brought to Town from Northamptonfhire, which had been bought up for the late General Churchill's Dragoons. Yefterday-Rooftby, Efq; of Stratford, was married to Mifs Scott, Daughter of the late Col. Scott, of Weft-ham in Effex, a beautiful young Lady, with a confidera-ble Fortune. Lad Week died, at his Seat at Horndon in Effex, William Kingfman, Efq; one of his Majelly's Juftices of the Peace for that County. Yefterday died, at hh Lodgings near Twickenham, Mr.-Charles Tanckted, an eminent Woolien-draper in Ruffel-ftreet, ,Covent-Garden. The fame Day died Mr. Edward Cocks, Chaplain to the Count de Offorio, Ambaffador from the King of Portugal ; a Gentleman of great Learning, and elteem'd by all that were Perfonally acquainted with him. On Tuefday Morning early the Houfe of Mrs. Lampri-moda, in Poland-ftreet, St. James's, was broke open and robb'd of a quantity of Plate, and other Thing to a confi-derable Value. On Saturday laft as a Servant belonging to Mr. Whit-acre's Brewhoufe, in Gravel-Lane, Southwark, was coming down from the Granary, with a Sack of Malt on his B ick. the Ladder was thrown down by another Servant s rolling a Caikagainit it, by which Accident the poor Fel-low'sSkuIl was fraftur'd and was otherwife fo much bruis'd, that tho' he was immediately fent to St. Thomas's Hofpi-tal, and all poffible Means us'd to fave him, he died in a very little Time. iJe--wcaJlU> May i8. Laft Tuefday Warrants were iffued forth by the Magiilrates to the Conftables and other Officers, for apprehending all vagrant and disorderly Pexfons, feveral Outrages and Difordeis having lately teen cpnunitted in the publick Streets of this Town; in Virtue of which Warrants, 2j Perfons were brought before the Magistrates the Day following, four of whom were whipt, one fent for a Soldier, four committed to the Houfe of Correction, and the reft pafVd to their refpedtive Settlements. His Majefty's Ship the Faulcon, the Hon. John Birmingham, Commander, of 6 Nine-Pounders, 12 Six-Pounders, and about 70 Men, fell in laft Tuefday, off Flamberough-head, with a French Privateer of 18 Nine-Pounders, 6 Six-Pounders, and about 200 Men ; the Faulcon fought her feveral Glaffes, but Night coming on they both lay to, and in the Morning renewed the Engagement, when the Privateer, having loft a great many Men, thought proper to (beer off. The Fox Man of War of 20 Guns foon afrer falling in with .the Faulcon, and being infvrn:ed of what had iiappen'd, immediately gave Chace to the Privateer, who had not got out of Sight ; fo that we expect fhortly to have a good Account of her. The Faulcon would have chas'd the Privateer, but that her Main-maft was Ihot through by a NinerPounder, and the Captain having his Leg fhot off above the Knee with another Nine-Pounder, they durft not proceed, leaft they fronld carry.away their Main-matt. None of his Crew ("who all behav'd well) werekili'd, and only two wounded. On Monday rtext the Gentlemen of Aldington in Syuri Play a Match at CRICKET againll'the Gentlemen\^ London, at London ; there are feveral very confiderehjef*'' Betts depending..-^The Ground will be Bench'd round'fn Order, for better Regulation, and to prevent Perfons walking within the Ring ; which i^s hbp'd will not be taken amifs. Each Petfon to pay po tnore than Two-pence Admittance-N.B. Bromley in Kent Play againft London in the fame Place, on Whitfoft Monday. - r,i, ' . \,    -7, -., Bank Stock 146 1 half a 14th. India Ditto 186. South Sea Stock no Price. Ditto Old Annuities 1105 8rh? a 3 4ths a 5 8ths. Ditto New no 7 8ths a u a 1,0 7 8tns. Three per Cent. Annuities 93 1 4th. Dicto 174a 93 1 4th a 1 8;h. Ditto 1743 anc� *744� 93 1 4tn a 1 8th. Ditto 1745, 91 1 half a 3 8ths.- Million Bank; 114. Equivalent j 10. Royal Affurance 84 1 4th. London Affurance 11 1 8th. Englifh Copper 51. Severn per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 4I. 17 s. 6d, Prerfl. India Bonds 11. 15 s. a 16 s. Prem. Three and a half Salt Tallies 1 a 7 8ths a 2 Difc. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders o. Three per Cent, ditto o. Lottery Ticke-s 21 s. hA 1 'f~ A-:"r- ~ Years Purchafe. 6d. Prem.    Life Annuities 15 14th D   R   U   R   Y-L   A   N   E. T the Theatre-Royal in' Drurv-Lane/j/>!. Day, will be prefented a Tragedy, ttll'd    "* * The      O   R    P    H    A    N 1^ ^- v -jj       J.i~       I>       xi,. By His Majefty's Company of Comedians, this Day, will be prefented a'Tragedy, tall'd ~  � ' P       " OR, The Unhappy Marriage. The Part of Monimia to be perform'd by Mrs.CIBBER ; Caftalio, Mr. Havard ; Polydore, Mr. Delane j Acafto, Mr.Bridget} Chamont, Mr. Mills , Page, Mifs Macklin ; Chaplain, Mr. Tur^ butt; Ernefto, Mr.Simpfoa.  Serina, Mrs.Ridoutj Flor:lJa, Mift Minors, ' ' To which (by Defire) will be added, The Trugedy of Tragedies, or Tom Thumb the Great. Tom Thumb by Mif6 Yates j King Arthur, Mr. Bridges; Lord Gripxle, Mr. Wipftone; ,Q�eei> Dpllalolla, Mrs.Bennet; Princefs Huncamunca, Mr. Blakes. .Boke.s 5 s.     Pit jt.    Firft Gallery as.    Upper Gallery 1 s. , places to be takeri of Mr. Hobfon, at the Strge-Door of iine       1 Theatre. _____To begin exaftly at Six 0'Clock. SAD L E R's-W E h L S.      / AT Sadler*s-Wetts, adjoining to the Ne'W-^jL River Head, Jjlington, this and every Evening (during thB Summer Seafon) will be The Usual Diversions of that Place. Confining of Rope-Dancing by the celebrated Madem. Hermany Monf. Dominique, Monf.janno, Matter Kerman and Mafter Francis; Tumbling by Monf. Dominique, Monf. Janno,  Mailer Kerr^anj Matter Francis, and Monf. Pierot Pas Tornba. Dancing (both Serious and Comic) particularly A new Grand Dance, call'd The Turfiijh Sports: The Mufick, Scenes, Cfoaths, and other Decorations entirely ftew. JBifliaw by Mr. Divenport; Sultana, Mrs. Miles; Turks .by Mr. Olbeldifton, Monf. Janno ; Turkifli V?omen, Mrs. Davenport and Mrs. Bullock ; Tyroleans, Mr. Mile* and Mrs. Freeman ; Pea fan ts, Mr. Granier and Mrs.Vallois; Italian Shepherd, Mr. JofephQranit^r j Shepherdefs, Mifs Granier. Variety of hew Songs by Mr. Heemfkirck and Mifs Hillier. To which will be added, an Entertainment of Singing and ^Dancng� call'd '     '     ' HARLEQUIN a Captive in SPAIN > Or, The Privateer Bit. The jjVhole to Conclude with a Grand Dance, call'd V  U   L   C  A   N ' s      N   E   T  T  S. To begin every Evening'at Five o'Cltjck� .---,.�� � London, May 2ij 1745. rpHE Committee appointed Ay the Court of J ^ Lord-Mayor and Aldermen to. provide Coals for the Poor of the feveral Wards of this City, give Katicet -Tfat the)-intend to ft at the Guildhall, London, on Friday nexr, at Elevev o'clock in the F-jr:
                            

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