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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 28, 1845, London, Middlesex A TUESDAY, May 28, 1745- Deal, May 26. 1AME down his Majefty's Ship the Portland, and Jamaica Sloop, with the Urfuta Tender ; and remain with his Majeity's Ships ~ ^ ^'ouce-^kS^ iter, with the Outward-bound Ships. WindS.W. G raw find, May 26. Pafs'd by Mary, Allen ; Charles, Lime-burner; Nancy, Chicken ; Prin-cefs of Wale?, Harding ; and Martin, Martin, from Rotterdam ; Hazard, Hailup, from Sweden ; Goodhope, -, from Friezland ; and the Alexander, Ruflcl, from Maryland. The Three Brothers, Hodgfon, from Barbados, is arrived ac Cambletown in Scotland. LONDON. Extract of a Letter from Breflau, May n, N.S. ' The King's Army, which is 65000 ftrong, began its ' Marcn t'other Day, in order to draw near the Frontiers � of Bohemia, and cover the Principality of Schweidnitz, * againfl which the combined Army of Aullrians and ' Saxon?, feem'd determined to bend their firit Efforts. ' The Difpatches which the Marquefs de Valory lately re- * ceived from Paris, and has communira'ed to the King. ' contain among other Things, " That his molt Chriltian " Majdly ha> firmly refolvcd to carry on the War in " Germany, and even to continue it by himfclf alone, " in Caft the other Princes of the Union of Francfort " fliould fide wi:h the Queen of Hungary, or embrace " a NreiVtralTty":"^Thaf^p3ri'Advices come from Munich, " an extra ordinaiy Council had been held at V'erfaihes, " wherein it was refolved to ercreal^ the French Army in " the F.mpiie to 1 20,0.-0 Men, and to keep an .Army of " Obfervat-bn on the Rlvne, as well to cover the " Frontiers of the Ki.igdom, as to bridle the Princts " and Circles of the Empire, and oblige them to remain " Neuter: That his Prufii--in NHdly might lb much the " mt.re relv on all thi'-, becaule the m-jit Chriftian Kino;. ' was not only bound in Honour to guaranty all the Domi-�' nions ci" the Houfe of Bpmdenbourg, but .-Jib inclined '* bv Jntereft to purfue the Payment of the vail Expences " he put hi mil If 10 for the Houfe of Bavaria, and the �' " larse Subfidics he had paid to the late Emperor: Where- * ' T^fv're the King his Mailer earneftly entieated his Pruiiian " Good^j^^y t0 be.r up boldly, and nor give back an Inch of " main clo'tC1')' ? becaufe the Honour of both Powers ard the " their Arms, "'uti?'r Subjects, required that they fhou.'d re- � We are affured 'tl^tinvariably united, and not lay down < Minifter added, concerning^ both do it at once. snd vvha5 t1ie French � given great Satisfaction to his Ma/iU'yi'wliSrin lvs Turn, * promiied the Marquefs de Valory in the itrongeft Terms, � that he never yvill liften to any feparate Peace or Truce, * but will continue to ait vigoroufly for the common Ad-' vantage of both Crowns, until they find themfelves in a � Situ�--.tioa to make a general Peace, upon a good and laft-' ing Footing. Neverthelefs, fome Per.-ple think it is the ' prefent juncture of Affairs, which becomes every Day ' more thorny to France, rather than true Friendship for � our Court, or afincere Defire to promote its Advantage, � that has extorted thefe pompous A flu ranees from her ; ' and that if fhe coulJ find an Opportunity to makeupM.it-� ter? without the Participation of her Allies, fhe would ' make no Scruple to facrifice their [mere/Is, and would ' find Reafons enough, good or bad, to jullify her Con-' duel. The Advantage fhe has lately gained near 1'our- * nay, which the Marqueis de Valory imparted to the * King the Moment he received the News, fas not a little * contributed to keep his Majclly JtcaJy in his Refolutions. Velterday came Advice, that the Experiment Man of Wnr.'Capt. Coleby, was'arrived at Spithe_d,lrom Jamaica; being dupatch'd home Exprefs. The above Ship left Admira' Ogle in the Cumberland ; together with tae Montague, Rippon, and Afliilance, and 28 Sail of Merchantmen, off Cafe Nichola. Admiral Davers, with the Ships under his Command, arrived at Jamaica five Weeks before the abovementioned came away. It is laid that the Orford Man of War had an Engagement for ieveral Hours with two French Fifty Gun Ships in the Windward Pafl'ige, and was very much fhatter'd ; and that This only gave Rife to the Report of her being kit: --Which we hope may prove true. We are informed, that the Tryal, Captain [efferies, a Flag of Truce, from the Havannah, for Carolina, with J'rifoners, was taken 20 Leagues at Sea, by a Spaniflj Privateer, who 'tis faid, was fitted out on purpoie. On Thurfday lair, the Monmouth, Captain, and Prin-cels Louifa Men of War, failed on a Cruize, fjom Plymouth. The fame Day the Surprize, and Dover Privateers, fail'd on a Cruize from Falmouth. The La Bon Efperance, Capt. Deformee, a French Privateer belonging to Boloign, of 6 Carriage Guns, and 36 Men, is taken by the Fagle Privateer, Capt. Bazely, and brought into Dover.-This Privateer has long infeiled the Coait about Beachy Head, and k;s taken feveral Prizes. On the 2qth Inftant the Fleet of Merchantmen from Guernzey and Jerzey arrived fafe at Southampton, under Convoy of the Vultu c snd Lizard Sloops of War. 'J hey inform us from Edinburgh, that the Lords of the Admiralty have ordered the Jamaica Sloop, the Hawk and Gib a'tar Man of War, with three others, to fcour the Cdcits cf Scotland of French Privateers ; and that at pre-C:n: the Trade fecms pretty fecure. On Friday lad upwards of 50 Sail of VefTels, belonging *'to Yarmouth, arrived there from Rotterdam, which Place they left the Morning before; when it was very confidently affirrrPd, that the French had near double the Number kill'd and wounded, that the Allies had, in the late Battle near Tournay. They write from Briftol, that on Wednefday laft was married at the Quakers-Friers, Mr. Charles Harford, an eminent Merchant of that City, to Mifs Rachael Reeves, cf Caftle-Green ; a beautiful young Lady, with a handfome Fortune. They alfo tell us, that the Prefs had b;gun at Pensford, about fix Miles from Biiltol ; an J continued fo hot, that hardly a Man was to be feen injhe Streets of that Town. We hear from Bury, that on Wednefday laft Mr. Win-terflood's Chelnut Mare, Creeping Molly ; Mr. Flintoff's Brown Gilding, Driver ; and Mr. Cobbold's Grey Horfe, itarted for the Hunter's Plate ; which was won by the former with great Eafe. On Sunday lait the Yachts came from Rotterdam to their Moorings in the River. The Swift Privateer, Capt. Fludfon, has re-taken a Ship bound from Whitehaven to Amlterdam ; and drove the Privateer, thatfud taken her, afhore, near Nieuporr, whde her Crew fav d themfelves by their Boats. There were found on board her four Englifh Captains, who were there as Hoitages. On Friday laft Mr. Thomas Fanfhaw, and Mr. William Glafier," were admitted Procurators in the Arches Court of Canterbury. On Sunday Night died the Son of Mr. Benjamin Men-drz de Colta, a very eminent Jew Merchant in Jefferies's-Square, St. Afary-Ax ; and laft Night his Corpfe was in-terr'd at the Burial Ground at Mile E;:d. On Sunday lait died, at her Houfe in Little-Faling, Mrs. Robinfon, Wife of Philip Rorinfon, Efq; and Daughter of Edward Billingfley, Efq; much efteem'd by all her Acquaintance. On Saturday laft died, at his Floufe in James-ftreet, Weltminiter, in the 84th Year of his Age, Captain Gore, who fetved in thehte War in Flanders. The WAREHOUSE for Morning Gowns and Banjam-is removed from Pope's-Head Alley, to the IVoolpack and DAfAn, Three Doors above Birchin-lane in Corn/All: Wiie-e great Variety of Gowns are kept ready made, of rich Silk Damafk:, fine Scotch Plaids, Flower'd Ruffels, Figiu'd Grogiams, VaIIuret5, &c. Alfo Banjans of fine Cloth, Duffins, Plaids and Damafks. All forts of Velvet-Caps and Safhes. Edinburgh, Mayzi. We hear, that the Honourable John Campbell of Mamore, Member of Parliament for the Shire of Dunbarton, and Colonel of the Scots Fufiliers, is . ^PF�'jaiSd^eutenant'"Colonef"iI:rir^ Dragoons, in Plate of RegTment, to be railed, of Highlanders. "~ G^Sow*. High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 31 Mjnutes after 8. Bank Stock no Price. India D.tto 186 1 half a 7. South Sea Sock no Price. Ditto Old Annuities no 5 8ths a 3 4thr. Ditto New 110 7 8chs a 111. Three per Cent. Annuities 93 3 8ths. Ditto 1742, 93 1 4th. Ditto 1743 ant* '744> 93 1 4^. Ditto 1745, 91 1 half. Million Bank 114. Equivalent 110. Royal AfTurance 8414th. London AfTurance 11 1 8th. Englifh Copper 5 1. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 4 1. 17 s. 6 d. i'rem. India Bonds il. 17 s. a 19 s. Prem. Three and a ha f Salt Tallies 1 7 8ths a 3 4ths Difc. Three and a hjlf per Cent. Exchequer Orders o. Three per Cent, ditto o. Lottery Ticke s 21s. Piem. Life Annuities 15 1 4th Years Purchafe. COVEN T-G A R D E N. By D E S I R E. Fnr the BENEFIT of Mr. RAFTOR and Mifs EDWARDS. AT the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Gardens-To-morrow, will be perform'd The B E G G A R's O P E R A. The Part of Lucy, to be perform'd by Mrs. CLIVE, (Beisg the firfl Time of her performing it ;) Can. Macheath by Mr. Beard ; Peachum, Mr. Macklin j Lockit, Mr, Marten ; Mrs. Peachum, Mrs. Macklin ; And the Part of Polly, by Mifs EDWARDS, (Beir.g thefirji Time of her appearing in that Character. J To which will be added a Farce, call'd The VIRGIN UNMAS K'D, The Part of Mifs Lucy by Mrs. Clive, fin lubicb Character luillbc introduced a Mock Minuet ;) Coupee by Mr. Macklin. With Entertainments as wilJ be exprefs'd in the Dsy's Bills. Tickets and Places to be had of Mr. Page, at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. Boxes 5 s. Pit 3 1. Firft Gallery as. Upper Gallery I 5. To begin exactly ar Six o'CIock. (Biing the iajl Time of Ailing thil Seafon.) Admiralty-Office, May 27, 174J*. rT1IlE Lords CommiJJioners of the Admiralty Tfrr hereby Jiriclly dire51 fucb of the P.tty-OJficers, anT ForeinciJ} Men, late belonging to his Maj>fy*s Ship Haflings, ivhs have mt already entered on board his Majefy s S^ip the Scarborough, to repair immediately on board his Majejiys Ship Prince Geoige at Blackllakes; on Pain not only cf looping the Remainder of their Wages for "tie Mailings, but of being appi chended by the Marflial of the Admiralty, and tried at a Court-Martial as Defrters. Tho. Corbett. SADLE R's - WELL Sf AT Sadler's-Wells, adjoining to the Ne$r. River Head, IJlington, this ar.d every Evening (iurlhg'the Summer Seafon) will be The Usual Diversions of that Place. Condillng of Rope-Dancing , by the celebrated Mademt Kerman^ Monf, Dominique, Monf, Janno, Mafter Kerman and MafWrsFrancis. Tumbling by Monf. Dominique, Monf. Janno, Mafter-^fcsrman/ Mafter Francis, and Monf. Pierot Pas Tomba. " ' Dancing, (both Serious and Comic) particularly Anew Grand Dance, call'd The Turkijb Sports: -The Mufick, Scenes, Cloaths, and other Decorations entirely New� Bafliaw by Mr. Davenport; Sultana, Mrs. Miles j. Turks by Mr.. Olbeldifton, Monf. Janno; Turkiih Women, cMrs. Davenport and Mrs. Bullock J Tyroleans, Mr. Mile* and Mrs."Freem,an j. "F'ea&nts, Mr. Cranier and Mrs. Vallois; Italian Shepherd, Mr. jofephGiapier; Shepherdefs, MifsGranier. ' Variety of new Songs by Mr. Heem/kirck and Mjfs Hillier* To which will be added, an Entertainment of Singing and Dancing HARLEQUIN a Captive in SPAIN;:^ Or, The Privateer Bit. The Whole to Conclude with a Grand Dance, call'd VULCAN's N H T T S. To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. *#� Monf. DOMINIQUE will throw a Somcrfet through a dole Hogfhead, with Fire in it. i Royal Hofpital for Seamen at Gieenwich, 27 May, 1745. J^HE Directors of his Majeftfs RoyalHofyital for Seamen at GrienuAch, hereby give Notice, that fuch Pcrfons as are ixiilitig to Contracl for fupplying the faid. Hofpitnl with BU ITER and CHEESE, may deliver in their Propofals feafd up, to the Directors at Salters-Hall,, on Wednefday the xith cf "June next, at El-wen iti the Fjrencon ; and in the mean Time by applying to the Steward tf the faid Hofpital at Greene'ch, they may be inform'd of the Nature of the Service, and of all other Particulars re-> letting thereto. ^Freighters *//&?GRAND DUKE * are defered to meet the Agents of the Sa tifh and War-rpn P.-irrntpert. at the Amflerdain CofFee-b�,ufe behind tbe^ z Royal-Exchange, To-morrow and Thurfday next, fromSen o'CIock in the Forenoon 'till One, in Order to produce their Invoices, and ti adjujl the Sums to be paid in Li/u of Salvage. Marble-Hall, Mayiy, 1745. FOR the Convenience of Ladies and Gentlemen, who refort to Sprinr-G'ardent, Vaux-Hall, the PaflagC through this Place will be kept oprn every Day} where they may be accommodated with TEA and COFFEE, the beft of each Sort, By their mojl Humble Servantt John Fountaine. ? j E T T, At ELTHAM in KESTi ,fe-^<. AVery convenient Houfe for a midlingFa^ mily in thorough Repair, with Coach-houfe and Stabling for three Horfes, a large Garden walled in, and well planted with all Manner of Fruit-Trees. The whole to be Lett at an eafy Rent. Enquire ef Mr. Middams, Upholfterer, at Pewterers-Hall ia Lime-ftreet. At the YorkthireW Northamptonfhire SHOE-WAREHOUSE, in St. Michael's Alley, in CornhiU j Are continued to be SOLD, �3i By JOHN KNIGHT, HABtRDAiHER and ShOE-SeLLER, THE beft Yorkmire CAMPAIGN SHOES, and the beft Double CHANNEL PUMPS, at 6 per P.
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