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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 1, 1845, London, Middlesex                                SATURDAY,.   Junjj it t745� peal, May 20. lAILED this Morning his Maje- tfty's Ships Portland and Gloace-s- tier, with feveral Co�ft�r� to the Wefhyard. Remain his Maje-fty's "Ships Duke. Yarmouth^ and Fowey. with the Qiitward-bouiid, the Fox Privateer, and Noble-Anne, FenkilU for Plymouth. Arrived the Induftry, Murray $ Carteret, Friend ; and Mermaid, M^lboae,-frpm Vh-giniai in. 26 Days Paffage. Wkid South. Arrived at federal Por/s. The Expedition, Chambers, from Lifbon, is arrived at Bar badges. The Bella, Croflhwaite, from Whitehaven, at Virginia. The Mortimer, Land/down, from Virginia, at Briftol., Thejohn and Mary, Bradley, from ditto, at Lever-pool. The Ruby, Gwynn, from Barbadoes, at Whitehaven. The Barns Frigat, Archer, from St. Kitts, at Falmouth. L  O  N   D  O  N. "ExtraS of a Letter from Genoa, May 15,. N.S.. * This Republrck ftill puts a good Face upon the'Matter, * notwkhftanding the late Menaces of the Britilh Cotiful; * and the Report ftill prevails, that (he will ramiiri the ' Spaniards with a Body of 10 or 12000 Men, and a ' Train of Artillery with Warlike Stores anfwerable to foch ' a Corps. . The Report that was fpread of a Treaty be- * tweeri France and the Court of Turin is quite dropt, it ' being now well known that this Report was only defigned * to ferve a prefent Turn. We continue to enlift all De-*~Ter'terslhat" comeTto offer their'Se'rvice"; and the Senate * has cloathed and compleatly equipped 2000 of the fineft ' Men in the Militia, to keep Garrifon in tfeis City. Laft 4 Wednefday 10 Barks arrived here with 200.Sick and * Wounded Soldiers belonging to Count Gage's Aimy, ' which is advancing with .great Diligence towards this '-City,  %ooo of his Van Guard having reached the * Suburbs,of Magna laft Night. ", The French are aftembling a Body of zc,ooo Men in ,* the Neighbourhood of Antibes, and according to our lad ' Letters from that Quarter, Marfhal Mafllebois was ex- * pecked at Aix the 10th Inftant. It is eafy -to conclude �' ihaf the Campaign will be opened forthwith ; TjuI it is ' not fo eafy-to determine on whatSide, or which,Place will ' be attacked firft, the Plan of Operations being-kflpt very Tecret.* In the ffleaa Tfr^^ leepv to be^ejy-ea^ in * Regard to a Vifit from the Englifh Fleet: Not bur ft re -* capable of doing us a great^eal-of-M4fehiefr if it were * all to come before this City- 5 but this Danger, has been * provided againft by our new Allies, who will take Ca/8 **V>'keep-Admiral Rowley upon the LoSk-oat after'their the Levant ; but the Four that lay at Vado, and fet .' the fame Day, fleered Weftward ExtraS of a Letter from Cbamberry, May \%,N.S. ' Advices from the French Camp at Barcclonetta, of the \' jjtti Inftant fay, that .all the Troops had received Orders ' to march to Nice.' According to private Letters from .-* Getioa; they ate not without -Apprehenfions from the * Spaniards; and nothwithftanding the good Underiland-'� ing between them and the Republick, the latter durft not , * truft them too much.   The Fear of the Spaniards at-:'. tempting toJeize upon the City of Genoa, or fomeother ' Place, in their Paffage through the Republick's Territo-' Ties," has prevailed oh the Senate' to order all the lnhabi- * tants, as well as the Troops," to take up Arms; and they have likevvife chofen aDicla'tor to provide for the Safety ' of the Republick,  in this ticklifh Conjun&ure.   We * "hea'Fby Letters from Marfeilles of the i 3th Inftant, that ' 33 Englifh Men of War are arrived on the Coaft of Pro- * verice. v   Yeflerday arrived an Exprefs from Briftol, difpatched I from thence on Thurfday lall, with an Account, that Capti Walker, of the Bofcawen Privateer ; and Capt. Fur-. nell,-of the Sheernefs Privateer, were juIt arrived there, * and brought in with them the following French Ships, which they had taken after a very fmart Engagement, viz. Ships. Duke de Guienne, La Vi&oire, La'Belle Louife, Le St. Andre, Le Abraham, Captains.       Tons.   Guns. Men. Leitouriere,      150      6    28 Brule, 280    18    65 Fromentine,     250    14    43 Gautier, '       200     14    46 Barthome,       300     18    84 There were three Veffels more in Company, one of which call'd the Jeune Maria, of 240 Tons,  14 Guns, and 64 Men, was funk, and only 17 of her Crew were fav'd ; one Brigantine, and a Sloop, both which got off.   They are all from'Martinico, laden with Sugar, Coffee, Cotton, Sic. and are all reckon'd rich.-They left Martinico the 15th of April, and the Engagement happen'd the 24th of May. We hear, that the Draught made on Thurfday lall from the three Regiments of Guards, will embark this Day for Flanders. The're is an Account by way of Ireland, (from the Arrival of a Ship at Kin'fale) that there been an Engagement in Italy, greatly to the-Advantage of Prince Lobkowitz, who had, as is faid, totally routed the Spaniih Army.- But we apprehend it to be of a-piece with the fecond Engagement in Flanders, fo induftriouily fpread in London on Wednefday" laft. ilefterday the Honourable Sir WiNiWsta^oVe.Jmd ' hiscttew married Lady fcrput for" Aeir^oufer kf�etcr%m ill Surry. Laft Thurfday Nigbt died Mr.,Thomas Gyles, formerly ; a Notary Publiclcof-confiderableiofiritfs. : | On Friday laft'died, at her Father's *Hpufe itf Hackney, | Mifs Lelteers, only'Daughter of Wi^iam'.Lefleers/'Ef^; of s that Place, a young Lady much lamented by air that : knew her. On Wednefday Night as Mr. Motte, Steward to the ' Right Hon. the Earl of Salifbury, was going thro' Grof-venor-ftreet, he was' ftopc by twe Fellows, "who took from hirriL two Guineas, fome Silver,,a�d his Watch ; but they ; returned his Watch again. N " The lame Night one Mr. Thorn, a Publican in Oxford- ; Road, was robb'd in Hog-lane^ near St. Giles's, by two i Fellows, one arirr'd with a Piftol, and the other with a | Cutteau.; fuppos'd to be the fame that robb'd the above- j mention'd Gentleman. r YeHerday the Seffions ended at the Old-Baily, when 18 | Pfifoners were tried, fixof of whom were Capitally conyic- I ted, viz.        .     j -  Margaret Greenaway and Ann Raft, (two of the Black- f -Boy AlteycGang) for affaulting George Thorn near the \ Fleet-Market, and robbing htm of his Hat and-8 Shillings I in Money ;  .1 Jeremiah Burtpn, for privately fiealing a Silyer Watch j. from theuPerfon/,of Richard Brown j | ; John Jeft,'Richard Horfcn dtfiervvife Tofi^Dick,- and | Jol^ph |;ucas alias Nim, for4'breaking open the Dwelling- |l houfe oFThomas Chitty, and Healing a confiderable Quan- T tity; of Wear ing Apparel;  lOficic. "'-The Vocal Paj* fey Mr.MORLAND..- The FirftViohnby Mr.KNERLEft.^Pobegin^i�#iefi%rH-teg-et NmeolCfoek, arid contmoe^tilf Twdj'&e&f!$u%. at Four, and cp^ir^tbejiftal T*p&^Tt&&tS Ifete cte*-Hycjred, ajtthe PgprriJbr^e re^^|^^ St ;ii jgtf kd. each.   And for the Evening AdmiKhnce kker ��toJ^^ct^F%= The K^Di^%y:W.^fLr_^ .'    . Conveniericies. ^ ^tcrtaia^the la^^j^^poraied: pai^^u^^l^^y^^lier, who     ^� kind as to oater their &ter*aaj*i�rf6UfcCTe.-~^ a -Bill oT FardT��jr be'.eft M jM^PjjacJirEQa^at. the J^d-&$mi&*. Over-night; and^yery Thm^&s cheap, as at anj Tavern in Londdn,2 properCookstielhgprovided. ^ L -      I    R    E   L   A    N    D. Dublin, May 25'. ' This Day' died the Right Hon. Jibhn Allen, Lord Vifcount Allen, at his Seat at Stillorgan. Laft Week the great Bell for the Steeple of our tlniver-fity (which was originally proje&ed by the very Rev. Mr. PrQvoft Pratt, and for-which the late Dr.Gilbe.rt left 5001) was raifed, wheeled, and tolled } and; is allowed by all Judges of Harmtfny, to .be the Iargeft, fiveeteft, andfiheft toned"Bell irj this Kingdom. �  1 The Provoft and Senior Fellows have prefented the Rev. Mr. Lowray to the Living of Tujlyhug, vacant by the Re-figniition- of the Itev. Mf. Dobbs. Wednefday laft died after a few Days Illnefs, at his Houfe in' Back-Lane, Mr. Jofliua LitchfieHi an eminent Pewterer, v in which Bufiriefs 'he acquired a handfome Fortune with a fair Character. High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 48 Minutes after 21. . - Bank Stock 147 a 6 7 8ths. India Ditto- 187 1 half. South SeaStock 109. Ditto Old Annuities 110 3 4thsa 1 half. Ditto New 111 1 4th a 1 8th. Three ptr Cent. Annuities 93 1 half. Ditto , i'742, 93 ; 1 4th" a 3 8ths. Ditto 1743 and 1744, 93 1 4th a 3"8ths. Ditto 1745, 91 5 8thsa 1 half. Million Bank 114 1 half. Equivalent no. Royal Affutance84 1 4th. 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, 5 1. 2-s..6d. Prem. India Bonds 11. 19s. a 2 1. Prem. Three and a half Salt Tallies 1 3 4thsa 7 8th6 Difc. Three and a half per Gent. Exchequer Orders o   Three per Cent, ditto 101. Difc.    Lottery -T &adler' Styir-Hutt.-Summer Sftrfbn) will; Confiftingof Rope-Dancing by the celebrated ^aa^l- Manf.;Domin^uc,-M^fcJanno,'M�terRefniaffiri 26 Foot Beam,- kzFeet 8 IncKeym :;ffie JHpw, and-5 Feet 2 Inches between Decks. \^ i Inventories to befeen at Capt. ^otm^mank 1 at Ponjmutb, at the Place of Sale, _ William M'^enj. Vaughan> To fo SOLD by AUCT I OK, On Ihurfday the bih of June, St The Sign of iteStSTk -M    . ..1 j     11........... --� Tickets 21 s. Prem. Years Purchafe. Life Annuities 15 1 8th a 1 4th A Wodd Dri^ai^'^awl.PFicb. Roberts's in Chi^efterj, ^80;-ffi&t *6TfSale.  '' "'      "      ' - '    ~' ' J~ . To be. SOLD a$> the fatpe Day sni Piae^ "fhC-St- 'Traiiuk 0"tat, ^Siiow or Scooner, ^boiikfioTlMsv'urefi Years oldV^^w^l^ b�at> one of the Afatmrtl'Vtil&i lWlf lying in Emfwdrtb tiarbour;-, - � -IiiTenW>iies-of which may-be-feen at the^We^G�i5tteS4Bit�^_^ This- Day is fubfifbed^ Price �s. colour*d+ M A P  of / t A L T, 04; two Sheets of Imperial Paper finely Engraved. - " -  ^ Being the firft of a New � Accurate Set of Maps of the Sot* pires,  K^ngclorhs and Regions  of the 'Mo>E-*M and Au'crxnT - Wo r t n. Compofed and Engraved at the Expence of His Mwft St* rene Highnefs the Puife'ofORLEAN^ : ,, By /Ikonfi.ur   D' A N V I L L 1^, ' Geoorahher to /^FRENCH KIN.G.     N.B. The Map of MungaYry, Dalmatia, and the CooiKnefrwhich extend to the^BiackiSea, is Engraving, arid;will beijiubliibedjaifcoa - as finiflxed being the fecond. Map in this Atlas. . -V . Printed for John Nourfe, at the Lamb without Temple-Bar. ' Where may be bad, Puce Eighteen-pence; r - The Preface-uni bitrqdaaibn to the ANALYSIS oil T-AJb&i' In whi^h is Uiti. down, Tk Plan of a New Syftenx^Bqdy of . QEOGRAPHJCAIt MAPS. PubH&'Aat^a^-at.tJw^E^-flpeft'wf the Duke of OitHTM. *By Monf- D' ANVUiLE, Geo^laniNi �* - the French Kingi '   ":   - .;.   ' - .. r---'^  'Twnflated from the   F R E N Q &-. by' a.Book,.-entitledy A^VSbef' tbt pijftrtatw Hppn (be Epiftltt o� Phalaris^    r. 1 """ ~~ Printed for M. Cooper", in-r^ter-nolr^-RWi^^OlArt^tH ?e Oxford ; and Mr. Merril, at Cambridge. c Admiralty-Office, May 27, 1745". rT,HE Lords Commifjioners of the Admiralty dlT hereby ftritlly direct fucb bf the Petty-Officers, ayd Foremafi-Men," late belonging to his Majejlf's Ship Efaffing^, ivho have not already entered on board his Mejeflys Ship, the Scarborough, to repair immediately on board bis Maj-ejlyr Ship Prince George at Blackftakes; on Pain not only of loo Jing the Remainder of their Wages for the Railings, but o being apprfbended by the Marjbal of the Admiralty, -and tried at a Court-Martial as Defsrters. Tho. Corbett. tbuDtiy is puHtfib'd,   Price 6 d. REE and Impartial Thoughts on the- Sovereignty of God, the Doilrines of Eledtion, Reprobation, and Original Sift. Humbly addrefs'd to all who believe and profefs thofe Doftrines. Printed for J. Robinfon, at the Golden Lyon in Ludgate-ftreet. M      U      S      I      v.;> This Day is publijhed, , ?" ,> % z. Jftedicatfd tn hit Rn ASecond Collection of curioua~Scotch>St^�as jnoft of them with Va'riatiqns", entirely in tbe��)ic]OTs^� Set for the*German Flutt, WroBa, or Ha'rt&hoW.*'* t^^ftef;h - By -Mr. jsw^^s:ojsy^4^M �   Printed for; JiSjmp/on, ppgofije the,Eaft-Do�j^-ith*,%^ change; and fold at aU the Mufick-ftops.    ' .,' ' . i ' ''^JfSbere-majf bt had,^ ^ . t. The-firft Collee\iQa iMW'engm'd,^'S^e\^t^jgpprf,; i&gk - the J4ddi^on,.ofifeyerai;new.Sco^|ib .Tunfiy jnev^-befgre Jg^$i�" To which are added, a new'Set of Scotch Tunes, compos'd 'for^tSe Tragedy of Macbeth by Mr. Ofwald. T7 :V-.Si^ran,d^ggcertos^for^yjpjinsi^c. in feven Parts, c 4 by Signor Giufeppe StTMartine'oYTConddnj^PnceTo s;        J�' - yilr~ .-a�.i7 .1.. . .     VAlfacotatoid h the Same A�tbnr, i; Si* Sonatas' feK'fca^hlfa;. AJ MM, Ym l> 4. Six Solos for a German Flute and' a Bafs, Price 5 s   ^ - .5. Six Sonatas, in three �Parts, for a Q�nma% WrW&gm^-Bafs.. Compos'd in a familiar, genteel Talk,   by- Mr.SpourS Price.4?. --; ) ^ U .'; -" : ^ 4 1 j  I ft unas ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-ftreer, in   

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