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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 15, 1845, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertiier. SATURDAY,    June 15,   1745- T>ealy June 13. UT back Yefterday Afternoon, his Majefty's Sloop Jamaica, and the Outward-bound ; and remain with the Duke Man of War, the Baltimore Sloop, Raleigh Privateer, and the Ships for Lifbon 5 with the Succefs, Bedard. Sail'd lalt Night the Fox, Swift, and Cffifar Privateers, on a Cruize. Wind W.byN. � Gravef'.nd, June 13. Pafs'd by Swatlodier, Wal-lereck, from Stettin } St. Peter, Halkrefs, from Hamburg ; Alliance, Rone, from Stockholm ; Anna Maria, Balchet, from Oantzick ; Barbara and Agneta, Peters, from Ca-telfcroon ; and Anne, Moody, from Bofton. The Tryaf, Hornby, from Briftol, is arrived at Bofton. LONDON. They tell us from Drefden, that a few Days before M. Cagnoni, the Pruffian Minilter Plenipotentiary, came away from that Court, he demanded a Categorical AniWr concerning the Deltinacion of the Saxon Troops, at the fame time ufing his utmoft Endeavours to obcain that thofe Troops (hould not join Prince Charles of Lorrain's Army, or at leair. that they (hould not accompany him into Silefia, whatever they might do in Bohemia: To all which his Poliih Majefty's M milters made-Anfwer,  -, June \, A S. * Our lad Advices from Prince Lobkowiu's Army in- * form us, that it was at Trioreulouza, on the 27th of * May, which is 10 Miles diitant Irom Placentia.   His * Highnefs has received Orders to fend away into Germany .* Marulh's,   Vafquez's and Clerici's Regiments, with the ' Lycanians.   As thefe threeJxegiments, the firft. of which ' has already begun its March, confilt chiefly of Italians, * they are far from being corrpkat. Prince Lobkowitz ' * flatters himfelf that he (hall very fpeediiy receive at -* leaft twice or three Times as many Troops'from. Ba- * varia, in the room of thofe three Regiments and the Ly- * canians. The two Spanifh Armies advance but flowly . ' in the State of Genoa, and 'cis pretended that they will ' nof be able to join in the Valley of Potifevera before the ' Middle of this Month, meerly on Account of the Diffi- ' * culty of finding Subfiltance for them. Letters from Prague of the 5th of June, N S. fay, that the Army which Prince Chirks had under him, confided of about 110,000 Combatants, including the 30,000 "Saxons, but exclufive of the Body of Hungarian Insurgents, which, they tell us, were to aft feparately. They write from Pool, that the Samuel and Hannah, - Benton, was taken by a Spanifli Privateer, of four Carriage Guns, and 65 Men ; but was re-taken in Lat. 46. by the Southwell Privateer, Capt. Purnell, and came into Pool the 1 ith Inftant. ' The Hampfhire, Conner, from Maryland for London, . who was taken fome time fince by two Frenqh Ships, is re-taken by the Dublin Privateer, and fent into Falmouth. Yefterday came Advice, that the Dragon Privateer, Capt. Brown, has taken and brought into Falmouth, a French Snow of 100 Tons.-Some Days ago t^e Dragon met with and engag'd a French Man of War of 36 Guns, in which the Captain and 14 of the Dragon's Men were kill'd. The Queen of Hungary Privateer, Captain Ingledue, of Briftol, was taken the 28th of May, in Lat. 49. by the Maurode, and La/ine, of 30 Guns each ; the L.mt'retere, of 60 Guns, and another of 20 Guns ; the two former jerurn'd into Morlaix, and the other continued their Cruize. -The Queen of Hungary had taken, three Days before, the Prince of Orange, a French Ship, from Martinico, (who efcap'd from the Sheernefs and Bofcawenj which . Prize is re-taken by the above Ships. We hear the Lord Peterfham is made Colonel of the Horfe-Grenadiers in Flanders. On Thurfday laft -Wood of Lincoln's-Inn, Efq; was married to Mifs Perkins, Daughter of Mr. Perkins, Secretary to the Lord Chancellor, a very agreeable young Lady, with a considerable Fortune. On Thurfday laft the Conftables of the feveral Wards of this City, were ordered to attend at Guildhall, where feveral of them were hVd for Neglect, in not imprefling Men for his Majsfty'* Service. On Wednefday laft a Gentleman and a Lady returning from Hampton-Court, were robb'd on Hounibw-Heath by .  a fmgle Highwayman en a Grey Horfe, of Nine Guineas and a half ; he behaved very complaiiantly, and rode off an eafy Pace. On Wednefday laft a Woman who higgles Butter and Eggs got into a Boat at the Temple Stairs, in order to be carry'd to the Old-Swan Stairs, together with any Chance Perfon that might come in, as is ul'ual amongft .fuch People ; but waiting a great while to no Purpofe, and feeing a Perfon come into the next Boat, {who was willing to lake her in) Ihe went to ftep into it, on which the Waterman lhe had been firft with pulL'd her inio the Thames with herEafket on her Arm, and had not a Boat direftly put off to her Affillance fhemuft have beendrovn'd. Information has been fince given againft him at Waterman's-" Hall, and 'tis hop'd he will be punifh'd as fuch a Villany �defeives. Yefterday Sarah Lambert, otherwife Banniiter, other-wife Potb/ury, was committed to Woodftreet-Compter by Sir John Barnard, for being concerned with' James By'ce, an Accomplice, in Burglarioufly breaking and entering into a Houfe in Leather-Lane near Hatton-Garden, and fe-lonioufly ftealing thereout a Piece of Silver Lace, and five Pair of Women's Damaik Shoes. -The above Perfon has had three Hufbands, two of whom have been executed at Tyburn ; fo that now its to be hoped flie will meet with the fame Fate, being a moft notorious infamous Creature. The fame Day Elizabeth Lone was committed to Woodftreet-Compter, for felonionfly ftealing from out of the Houfe of Mr. John1 Matthews of Artillery-Lane, a Parcel of Whalebone and Cane, of the Value of 40 s. and upwards. The Gentlemen of Bromley in Kent, and the GensU- men of London, having play'd two great Matches at CRICKET, and each won One ; it is agreed by the Noblemen and Gentlemen, that they play the third on Monday next, at Mr Smith's, the Py'd Hoife in Chifwell-ftreet, forTwo Hundred Guineas.- The Ground will be Bench'd round, the Wickets phch'd by Two o'Clock, and each Perfon to pay no more than Two-pence Admittance. Erratum. In the fitfi I.ine of tbi Poetry in our Paper of T'Jkrday, for Rue, reed Rule. High Water this Day at London-Bridge at jo Minutes after 11. Bank Stock  146 3 4ths a 3 8ths     India Ditto 186 a 1 4th.   South-Sea Stock 109 a 1 4th. Ditto Old Annuities 1107 8ths a 111.   Ditto New 111 5 8ths a 1 half. Three per Cent. Annuities 92 7 8ths.   Ditto 1742, 92 3 4ths a 7 Rths.   Ditto 1743 and 1744, 92 3 4ths a 7 Sths.  Ditto 1745, 91  1 8th a i 4th.     Million Bank 114 1 half.   Equivalent 1 io.   Royal AiTurance 84 1 half. London AfTurance 11 1 8th.   Enghfh Copper 5 1.   Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price.   Five per Cent, ditto no Price.    Bank Circulation 5 1.   5 s.   Prem.    India Bonds 1 1. 1- s. a 16 s. prem.   Thtee and a half Salt Tallies 1  7 Oths Difc.   Three and a half per Cent. F.xchec^ r Orders no Price.   Three per Cent, ditto no Price.    Lottery Tickets 20 s. Prem.    Life Annuities [15 1 4th Years Putchafe. S A D L E R's-W ELLS. AT Sadler's-IVells, adjoining to the New River Head, IJlington, this and every Evening (during the Summer Seafbn) will be The Usual Diversions of that Place. Confining of Rope-Dancing by the celebrated Madem. Kerman , Monf. Dominique, Monf. Janno, Mafter Kerman and Mafter Francis. Tumbling by Monf. Dominique, Monf. Janno, Matter Kerman, Matter Francis, and Monf. Picrot Pas Tomba. Dancing (both Serious and Comic) particulaily a new Grand Dance, call'd Tbt Turlijb Sports : The Mufick, Scenes, Cloaths, and other Decorations entirely New. Bafhaw by Mr.Davenport; Sultana, Mrs. Miles; Turks by Mr. Olbeldifton, Monf. Jannoj Turkifh Women, Mr*. Davenport and Mrs. Bullock ; Tyroleans, Mr. Miles and Mrs. Freeman ; Peafants, Mr. Cranier and Mrs. Vallois ; Italian Shepherd, Mr. jofephGranier J Shepherdefs, Mifs Granier. Variety of new Songs by Mr. Heemfkirck and Mifs Hillier. To which will be added, an Entertainment of Singing and Dancing, call'd HARLEQUIN a Captive in SPAIN Or, The Privateer Bit. The Whole to Conclude with a Grand Dance, call'd VULCAN's     NETTS. To begin every Evening at Five o'Clock. NEW     WELLS. AT the New Wells, near the Londo Sf>am>, Clerkctiwell, this and every Evening (during the Summer SeafonJ will be prefented Variety of New Performances, viz. Tumbling by Mr- Williams, Mr. Rayner, and Mr. Hoagh. Rope-Dancing by the celebrated Mifs Rayner, who walks up a Slanting Rope 100 Feet long, from the Bottom of the Stage to the Upper Gallery. Several Grand Dince's, Serious and Comic. Variety of New Songs by Mr. Golb, Mi s Lincoln, and Mifs Vaux. The Whole to Conclude with an Entertainment of Mufick, call'd. HERCULES and OMPHALE* Or,   Love and Glory. In which will be Introduc'd, The Famous  YOUNG   GIANT, Seven Feet, Four Inches high, and but Fifteen Years of Age. Tbe Scenes, Macbintt, Mufick, and Drejfes, .all entirely New. To begin every Evening at Five e'Clock Each Perfon will be admitted for a Pint of WINE or PUNCH. To begin every- Evening at Five o'clock. To     he      SOLD, At Mr. MONK's, at the George in Grub-ftreer, , AFine bred BAY MARE, 14 Hands 3 Inches high, able to carry 12 Stone in the Field, or 14 "on the Road, fix Years old, does all her Paces well, and will be warranted found. For SALE dy the CANDLE, At LLOYD's Coffee-Houfe in Lombard Street, On Wednefday next,  at Twelve o'Clock at Noon, FIE St. TACQUES, sl 3- T - -_0~ > -.-j - w %* Every Evening there will be new Performances. THERE is wanted a Single Genttewo- nan, who can perform fine Needle-Work in Perfection, and is well qualified to teach in a School. Such a Perfon may hear of fuitable Encouragement by applying at Mr. Cox's under the Royal-Exchange 5 where the Gentlewoman of the School will attend irom Monday Noon, June 17, 'tillTuelday Evening. This Day is fublifhed, Beautifully Printed, Price 1 s. fevud) exceeding cheap. CUPID and HYMEN; a Voyage t* the Jfles of Love and Matrimony. Containing a moft Diverting Account of the Inhabitants of thofe two vaft and populous Countries, their Laws, Cuftoms and Government. Interfpers'd with maoy ufeful Directions and Cautions how to avoid the dangerous Pre-cipies and Qoickfands that thefe Inlands abound with, and wherein fo many Thoufands who have undertaken the Voyage, have miieiably perished. , By the Facetious HARRY CAREY, and T. B. To which is added, A Map of the Ifland of MARRIAGE, The Batchelor's Eftimat* of the ExpenCes attending a Married Life.   The Married Man's Anfwer to it : And a Vindicatioa of the Eftimate. * By SIMON  SINGLE. Efq; Printed for the Editor, and fold by J. Collier, in Ivy-Lane ; and G.Steidell, at the Bible in New-Bond-Street. -j-a., WUiUl IHW/UkUl Uy*W6 JJWij and Warren-Galley Privateers, Burthen abolit 140 Tons, with proportionable Dimenfions, % Carnage Guns, now lying � Ratclrf-Croft Inventories are delivered on Board the Ship at the Place of Sale, and of Phil. Faver and Tho. Templeman, Brokers. For SALE ^y^CANDLE, At LLOYD's Coffee-Houfe in Lombard-Street. On Wednefday next,    at Twelve oXkck at Noon, � H E SALT ASH Pri- vateer, Captain Cbriftopber Huddyt Burthen 200 Tons, more or lefs,.with pro-* portionable Dimenfions. 14 Carriage Guns, Six-pounders, 10 Swivel Guns, and 12 Snivel Brafs Blundeibuffes, now lying at Aqt-cliff-Crofs, exceedingly wefl found, with all Neceffaries for immediate Service. Inventories are deliver'd on Board the Ship, at the Place of Sale, and by Phil. Faver and Tho. Templeman, Brokers* For SALE by /^CANDLE,' At LLOYD's Coffee - Houfe in Lombard - Street, On Wednefday next, at Twelve o Clock at Noon,  , HE WarrenGalley Privateer, Capt. Jobn Huddy, Burthen 220 Tons, more *>r lefs, with proportionable Dimenfions,   18 Carriage Guns, Six-pounders, 10 Swivel Guns, and 16 Brafs SwU Blunderbuffes. now lying at Ratcliff'-Crofs j >mhu, lira Mam ............        for immediate Service. inventories are deliver'd on Board the Ship, at the Place of Sale, and by Phil. Faver and Tho. Templeman, Brokers. , Next Week will be publifiped, By J. ROBERTS in  Warwick-Lane, AN Exact PLAN of the ATTACK of tie HIGH ALLIES againft the French, near the Villagi of commanded by his Royal Highnefs the Duke ofCUMBER-LAND, on the 11th of May 1745. Tvt> Day is publtfbed^ Number XII.   of the Fifth Volume, of THE HARLEIAN MISCELLANY:, Or, A Collection of Scarce, Curious, and Entertaining Pamphlets and Tracts, as well in Manufcript as in Print, found in the late Earl of OXFORD's Library. CONTAINING, 1. The Marquis of Huntley's Reply to certain Nobfcnjen, ice, fent to acquaint him, thjt he mult either aflift rhtir Defigns or be im-. priced in Edinburgh Caflle, April 20, 1639. a. The Lieutenant of the Tower's Speech and Repentance, who was executed on Tower-hill, fcr the Murder of Sir Thomas Over-bury. ' 3. a Difcourfe on Tangier,, in a Letter to a Perfon of Quality j and its Intereft, by another Hand. 4- nil iiBU'ie'Bi LoiiiiirWffwafflgani ujuiiuiulhiilw u> juuii Lord Finch, Baron of Fordwich, &c. 5. A true Copy of" Archbirtiop Laud's Letter to the Univerfity of Oxford, when he refi^n'd his OrEce of Chancellor, with the Unrrer-fity's Anfwer. 6. Tom Tell-Troth's Letter to the Earl of Shaftffiury.        z 7. Milton's Character of the Long- Parliament and Affemhly of Divine?, in 164 r. ......      , ..  8. An Eflay on the Theatres, or the Art of Afling, in Imitation of Horace's Art of Poetry.   MS. Never before printed. Printed forT. Ofbornr, in Gray's-Inn ; and J. Robiniin in Lud-gatc-Street. .    - i Day is publijbed, Price 6 d. Number LXIX.  of Works of the Learned IS A A C ROW, D.D. publiAed by Dr. TILLOTSON, of Canterbury.   The 5th Edition.   In Three Volt. z Th.s THE bar late Archbifhop Folio. N.B. Numb, according to the that Number. Printed for A I.XXII. finiihes this Work ; fhe.Qver-plu/SneetJ, Propofals art to be given gratis, to the Subfcriters with Millar T. and R. Tonfon, in the Sttand ;: andtfold ---    �-J � "    11'1  n   1 r 11     (in   � Price xl. z s. i   >nilii Britain, and Ireland. Where may be had, Complete Sets of this Work. bound. *#* The Proprietors defire thofe Gentlemen who have takenin any -Numbers 6f this Work, that they would complete their Sets, on or before Michalmas rext; after which no odd Numbers will be fold; And thofe who have taken in the firft Numbers,, aijd don't chofe to mike them complete, are dsGred to ref^rn them, and they ftall have their Money agai.i; Tsttplv �Mi(heA}   frirt bound 1 S. 6 d. '  -ettea, " T'e Second Edition,   ReviTJ w^T^orretted, \ THE YOUNG CLERK'S Magazi&e, or Englrfb Law Repertory; containing a Variety of the moft ufeful Precedents of Articles of Agreements, Bonds, Bills, Recognizances, Releafes, Letters of Warrants of Attorney, Awards, Bills of Sale, Gifts, Grant?, Leafes, Alignments, Mortgages,, Surrenders, Indentures, Covenants, Copartner/hip, Charter-parties, Le,tte^s of Licence, Compofitions, Conveyances, Partitions, Wills, and all other Initrumentt that relate to publick Bufinefs; with neceffary Directions for making DiftrefTes for Rent,&-c. To tvhicb is added, The Dotlrine of Fines and Recoveries, and their FornTUJ ?lfo thofe of Common Writs,'Affidavits, Memorials for re^iftering Deeds, tec. in, Middlefe*. Printed for C. Hitch in Pater-nofter Row j and J. Hodges on Lon� 
                            

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