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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 11, 1845, London, Middlesex                                The TUESDAY,   June 11,   1745- Deal June 9. 1 AM E down his Majefty's Ship^�c Sheernefs, the Raleigh Privateer, and the Frederick, Hail, for Maryland ; and remain with hie Majefty's Ships the Duke and Baltimore, and Outward-bound, as in my laft. The Swift Privateer, Hudfon, is failed on aCraize. WindS.W.byS. Grave/end, June 9. Pafs'd by the Duke of Kingfton, Merrington, from Boleign ; and St. Quintin, Brafton, from Stockholm. The Recovery, Fell, from Jamaica, is arrived at Lan-Cafter. The Surprize, Proud, from Dover, at Leghorn. The Lady Leganea, Grone, from Bilboa, in the River. LONDON. Letter from Paris, June it, tf.S. * According to Tome Advices from Flanders, Count Saxe "grows better, anfr rides dot every Day to give his Orders ; * but others fay, that this General's Health continuing * very precarious, 4ie has recommended M. Lowendahl 4 to the King as one of the fitteit Officers to fucceed him 4 inr the Command of the Army. Graflin's Regiment 4 having had Advice that feveral Waggons laden with 4 Baggage were to come out of Mons, a Detachment of it * put themfelves in Arribuih near that Town, and took all 4 thofe Waggons, which are reckoned to be worth 20,000 * Livres: The News of the Capture having been carried 4 to Mons, a Detachment of the Garrifon immediately 4 marched out in order to recover the Booty ; but the Graf- * fins made fuch Hafte in their Retreat, that they came off 4 with all the Booty. 4 They write from Tournay, that our HufTars have taken * almoll at the Gates of Mons, a Courier charged with 4 Difpatches from the Prince of Waldeck to the States Ge-4 neral : That our Army has been reinforced by a Body of 4 1 5 or 16000 Men, drawn away from the Mofelle, and 4 that another Battle with the Allies is talked of; but it be- * ing impoffible for the Enemy to force the Lines that have * been made on the other Side of the Scheld, it is thought * they mud pafs that River at Oudenard, if they have a 4 Mind to attempt any Thing againft our Atmy. 4 In the fame Storm that lately drove back our five Out- * ward bound Eaft-Indiamen, a Man of War of 60 Guns, * with only 80 Men in her, has been loft off of Roche-4 fort 5 where the Squadrons of Provence, commanded by * Meffrs. de Piofin and de la Jonquitre, are arrived, with * feveral Englifh Prizes, among which it is faid there is a '.Man of War. It is pretended that one of thofe Squa-4 drons will fpeedily convoy ourOutward-beund Weft-India- * men, and that it is to be Home again before the Autumn, 4 the Court having refolved to unite our feveral Squadrons, 4 and fo make one powerful Fleet, the Command of which * is to be given to the D�ke d* Anville, Lieutenant-General of his Majefty's Naval Forces.   Our laft Letters from * Port Louis fay, that two Ships of 60 Guns, and two of 4 50, lye therein Readinefs to fail for the Eaft-Indies. ' We hear from Nantes, that 17 Ships are arrived there '.from San Domingo aud Martinico, richly laden ; and * that they have brought Advice of a dreadful Fire that 4 broke out in March laft at Fort St. Peter, which has 4 done Damage to the Amount of feveral Millions of ** Livres. 4 Letters from Italy advife, that 'the Infant Don Philip's * Army has joined that under the Duke of Modena and '* Count Gage near the City of Genoa ; that the Geneofe * have re-inforced it with 12000 of their own Troops; * and that Marfhal Maillebois, who has likewife joined * it, has left only 14 Batallions in the Neighbourhood of * Chateau Dauphin and Briancon, to make a Diverfion * on that Side. 4 Laft Sunday the Lieutenant of the Police of this City, * took up at the Hotel of Soiflbn?, about 25 or 30 Free * Mafons, who after feverely reprimanding every one of * them feparately, he difmiffed them all, with a drift * Charge never to afiemble again, if they had no Mind 4 that fomething worfe fhould happen to them. Letter from Brifiol, June 8. 4 We are inform'd, that thefive Martinico Ships brought * in here, came out from thence in Company with a Fleet 4 of 36 Sail; but parted with them three Days before they * met the two Englifh Privateers.   They had no Convoy, * the Governor of Martinico not permitting any Man of � War to fail with them, on Account that he was mediating 4 fome fecret Expedition againft the Englifh Settlements.- '� Ob Thurfday laft the Refoludon, lately a Privateer, fell * down the River, in order to take on board about 300 * Prifoners, for France, and to bring back an equal Num- * ber of Englifh Prifoners from thence, purfuant to the 4 Cartel for that Purpofe.' On Saturday laft a fmall Privateer, with 33 Men, belonging taBoloign, was taken off Beachy, by his Majefty's Sloop the Jamaica, and brought into the Downs. Yefterday came Advice, that the Dauphin Snow,-. from Martinico, is taken by the Dublin Privateer, and carried intoKinfale. The Bond, Johriion, from Maryland for London, is faid to be taken, and carried into Bayonne. On Saturday laft the Count d'Offorio, AmbafTador from the King of Sardinia, fee out forHanover. Ydfterday the Elder Brothers of the Trinity-Houfe met, bfco chufe Officers for the enftring'Year, and make their Vi-fitation at Deptford, &c. after whjch an elegant Entertainment was provided at Pontack's, where were prefent �is Grace the Duke of Bedford, the Duke of Richmond, and-many other Perfonsaf Quality and Diftin&ion. Laft Week died the Lady of Sir Robert Pringle, of Stitehel, Bart, much lamented by all that had the Pleafur-e of h�r Acquaintance.___ Yefterday the great Cricket Match between the Gentlemen of London, and the Gentlemen of Bromley in Kent, was play'd in the Artillery Ground : The Londoners went in firft and got 23 Knotches, then the Country went in and got zg a-head : Bat the Londoners got 46 a-head rhe fe-cond Innings; and the "Country loft the Match by 11 Knotches. Laft Week died at Kingfton upon Thames, Mr. Strutton, who kept the Sun Inn in that Town. On Sunday laft died fuddenly Mrs. Belgrove, who kept the Fountain Alehoufe in King-flreet, Weftminfter. On Tuefday Night laft as Mr. Dixon, belonging to the Ejtcife, was paffirvg by Bloomfbury-Square, he was at-tack'd by two Fellows, who robb'd him of his Money and Hat, and then threw him down within the Rails of aHoufe which the Workmen were repairing, and ran off with their Booty. SCOTLAND. Edinburgh, June 4. We hear the following Regiments are difpofed of, viz. Earl of Stair, Colonel of Scots Gray DragoonsCol. John Campbell, Colonel of Stair's Dragoons ; the Earl of Loudoun, Colonel of the Scots Fuzi-leers ; and Sir Robert Monroe of Fowlei, Colonel of the Regiment of Highlanders to be raifed. The following Gentlemen, we hear, are Prifoners at Llfle, vi*. Erifigns Grant and Durham, of the Royal; Ca.pt. Sandilands of Major General Campbell's; Captain Lieutenant Farquhar of Brig. Skelton's j Capt. Baird of Brig. Handafyde's. There are befides many Englifh Officers. COPY" of Sir Robert Monro's Letter to the Abfcnt Officers of the Highland Regiment. SIR, LeJ/ines Camp, Mayzz, 1745. O.S.  I am commanded by his Royal Highnefs the Duke of 4 Cumbe/land, to order ycu immediately to join the Regi-4 ment, and to inform you, that no Excufe will be accep-' ted ; but if you delay joining the Regiment, in a reafo-4 nable Time after you receive this Notice, {of which his 4 Royal Highnefs will be Judge) you will be fuperfeded. 4 And to apprife all the'Officers of his Highnefs's Pleafure, * 1 have ordered a Copy of this Letter to be printed in the * Edinburgh ^News-Paper. J am, Sir, Your Mefi Humble Servant, ROBERT-MONRO. Edinburgh, June 4.    The above Copy of Sir Robert Monro's Letter is publifhed, -by Order of the Hon. Major General Gucft, commanding his Majefty's Forces in North Britain. PAT. LINDSAY, Dep. Sec. at War for North Britain. IRELAND. Dublin, June 4. Saturday Evening laft the Boyne Privateer failed out of this Bay, on a Cruize to the Weitward. Alderman Edward Dudgeon, lately elected Lord Mayor of this City, paid his 1?ir)e to be excufed ferving that Office. Yefterday a great Quantity of Gunpowder was put on board a Vefiel lying in the River, for the Ufeof the Garrifon at Kinfale. Yefterday died after a long Illnef?, Mr. James Ha&rd, an eminent Woollen-Draper in Skinner-Row. The Workinton of Workinton, Jofeph Curren, Mafler, bound to Norway in Ballaft, in her Paffage-met a French Privateer of 20 Guns, who took her, a�d ranfomed her for 75 1. and two more boarded her. There were feven French Privateers in Company. His Grace the Lord Archbifhop of Dublin, Treafurer to the Incorporated Society for promoting Englifh Proteftant Schools in Ireland,acknowledges to have received fiem the Executors of the late Earl ofKildare 15001. 500 1. whereof to be appropriated to the Charter School at Caftledermot, 5001. for erecting a School at Manooth, and 5001. for e-refting a School at Strangford in the County of Downe. His Grace likewifeLacknowledges to have received from the Executors of the late Dr. Forfter, Bifhop of Raphoe, 3001. who fome time before his Death gave the Society a Benefaction of 400 1. in Government Debentures. Extracl of a private Letter from an Irijb Officer in the French Service. 4 The Battle of Fontenoy is allowed by the oldeft Sol-' diers to- be the-moft obftinate arid bloody that ever was 4 fought, for the Time. The irifh Regiments were placed 4 in Front of the Battle, and fuftainedall the Englifh Fife, 4 which made a great Slaughter amongft us, and broke our * Lines ; after which they attacked the French with great ' Courage, and made them give Way. driving them from 4 their Trenches: But, by the. great Fire made from our  Batteries, and the Remains of the Irifh Troops rallying 4 again, we kept our Ground.--We are cruelly us-dby 4 the French, who in all Engagements place our Troops m 4 the Front; and in all Retreats make us bring up the 4 Rear, in order to fave their own National Troops.- t The Irifh, in Proportion to their Number, have fuffer'd � five times more than the French ; as appears by the Lift � of the kill'd and wounded ; but I dare not fend it you, � as we are forbid to write about our Leffes, which are t kept as fecret as poffible.' The WAREHOUSE for Morning Gowns and Banjans K removed from Pope's-Head Alley, to the WotlpacketoJ Dolphin, Three Doors above Birchin-lane in CornbiU: Where great Variety of Gowns are kept ready made, of rich Silk Damafki, fine Scotch Pkidi, FWer'd Ruffds, Figur'd Grograms, Vallurets, &c. Alfo Banjans of fine Cloth, Dufhns, Plaids and Damafks. AU forts.of Velvet-Caps and Safhes. S A D L E R's- W � L LS. AT Sadler*s-IVells, adjoining to the New* 9 River Head, IJJitigtor, this and every Evening, (during the Summer Seafwi) will be The Usual Di versions of that Place. Confiiiing of Rope-Dancing by-the celebrated Madem. Kermafl, Monf. Dominique, Monf. Janno, Matter Kerman and MaflerFrancu. Tumbling by Monf. Dominique, Monf. JsnnO, Matter Kermaa, Mafter Francis, and Monf. Pierot Pas Tomba. Dancing (both Serious and Comic) particularly Anew Grand Dance, eair i the Stage to the Upper Gallery. Several Grand Dances,  Serious and Comic. Variety of New Songs by Mr. Golb, Mi s^'meoln, and Mi6 Vaux* The Whole to Conclude with an Entertainment of Mufick, call'd HERCULES and OMPHALEj Or,   Love and Glory. la which will be Introduc'd, The Famous  YOUNG   GIANT, Seven Feet, Four Inches high, a.nd but Fifteen Years of Age.  'lie Scenes, Machines, Mufick, and Drtffes, *U entirtiy New. To begin every Evening at Five o'clock Each Peifonwill beadmitted for-a Pint ef WINE or PUNCH. To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. %* Every Evening there will be new Performances.        ^ To     be     SOL   Bf, At the Naggs-Head and Woolpack againji fVhitecbapel Church, ABay GELDING juft come out of Scotland, Fourteen Hands three Incites high, able to carry 15 or 16 Stpne, Seven Years old, Price Ten Pounds, and warranted found. Nate, At the fame Place a good.Hoife-and ChaUeto be Said. At the Yorkfhire and Nortbamptonfbire SHOE-WAREHOUSE, in St.M chad's Alley, in Cornhill j Are  continued  to  be   SOLD, By  J O H N    K N I G H T, Haberdasher and Shoe-Sellbr, THE beft Yorkfhire CAMPA-IG-N SHOES, and the beft Double CHANNEL PUMP5, at 6 *. per Pair; Single CHANNEL PUMPS at 5 1..6J. per Pair. Nott, Merchants and Commanders may be fupply'd^wfth ill Sortt o<"Shoes and Pumps for Servant* and Sailors, and all other Sortrof Shoes and Boots for Exportation, at the loweft Prices. To be  Sold by   HAN D, -This and the folhwrng Days at CARR'j Publick-Sale-Ware-houfe, near the Buffalo Tavern in Bloomsbury-Sfuare, � ALL Sorts of neat and clean Houfhold Furniture, fine old China, a CoHeSion of Piftwes bf fever�I emiBent Italian, Flernim, and other"Mafters; MahogonyandWalnut-Tree Cloaths Chefts, Harpfichords and 5pianete, fivePkces ofTa.-pffftry, Quiltt and Counterpanes ; alio a large Quantity, of Linnen-Drapery, conlifting of very fine Hollands, Irifhes, Lawns, CambrieJcs. Dama/k and Diaper Tabling, with fome Gold and SHverWa*efies,-ail which will be fold exceeding cheap for the Sake of Ready Money, There are two fine India Cloaths Chsfts on Frames, with a' Pair of very fiHe enamell'd Tea-Tables, and a Sett of Japann?dDrtfibg*B(�xes� with fomeEans. Conftant Attendance U given, aujiGoods a�  Next Thurfday will be publifbed, (Trice Six-pence,) t ALETTER to the Rev. Dr. Ifaac-'WkUs, Occafion'd by fome of his late Writings and GottfKtcl. By a MINISTER of the GOSPEL *f CHRIST. Lift, like their Bibles, Men run coolly e'er, Hence unexperiepe'd Children, at threejtore ; Senfe may he good, yet not defervt the Prijt; Writer 1 an awful CbaraBeKprfefs ; Nothing but tubal it Jolid and rtfin'd, Shoa/d dare ojk fublick Judienct of M**K*d-'Time is the judge: Time has nor Friend nor Fee, Falfe Fame muft wither, and the true -will grow. Arm"d with this Truth, all Critich I defy j s For if I fall, by ml own Pen I die ; Jfhilt Stiarltrs ftrtKt with proud, but fruitless Pah, To- mound Immortals, or to flay the Slain, Printed for M. Cooper in Pater-nofter Row. � 9 9 t Bank Stock 146 1 half. India Ditto 186 1 half. South-Sea Stock 109 a. 108 7 8ths.     Ditto Old Annuities 110 7 8ths.   Ditto New 111  1 half.    Three per Cent. An- _____ nnities 93 1 8th.   Ditto 1742, 93 a 92 7 8ths.    Ditto June 8, . 1743 and j744, 93 a 02 7 8ihs.  Ditto 1745,91 i^thj To~theSubfcribers to Mr.GILL's^Expofition a 1 8th.     Million Bank 114  i half. _ Equwaleot no.        of tBe NEW TESTAMENT, and atfo'tofucb Perfoks Royal Affurance 84 1 half. London AfTurance 111 �th. 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. 16$. a 17 s. a 16 s. Prem. Three and a half Salt Tallies 1 7 8ths Difc. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders no Price. Three per Cent, ditto o. Lottery Tickets 20 s. Prem. Life Annuities 15 1 4th Years Purchafe. as intend to become Subfiribtrs to tbarWtrk. THE Firft Number will be publifVd on O Saturday next f-and therefore all Perrons, ttat-h*re-npt-ytt   yy^ fubferibed, but intend it, are defired to be fpeedy in tending their Name* either to the AUTHOR in Morfiy-Down.Lane, Stuthwari^ or to AARON WARD, at the Kings-Arms in Little-B'itain, The Work is now in the Prefs, and feveral Sheets wrougi t off, of which but a fmall Number more is printed, thkn what were fi*bfcci� bed for when it was put to Prefi. ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd^s Cqffie-Hovs*, in Lombard-ftfeet. 0-1^0   

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