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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 27, 1845, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. THURSDAY, June 27, 1745* Deal, June 25. jRRIVED Yefterday Afternoon the Sandwich Privateer, Captain Balgrave, and brought in with her a large Dutch Ship, from Amfterdam, laden with Naval Stores ; and remain with the Duke, Afliftance, and Shorehara Men of War, the Durfley Privateer, the Nathaniel, Hunter, for Leverpool ; William and Jane, Oufley, for Topfham, and the Outward-bound, formerly mentioned. Grave/end, June 2�. Pafr'd by Young William, De-burft, from Middleburgh ; �fcape, Beafly, from Oporto. LONDON. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Flanders. Extracl of a Letter from Vienna, June 20, N.S. 4 We have Advice from Drefden, that the Republick of * Poland has given his Polifib Majetty the moll pofitive Af- * furances, that the Crown Army fhall march to his Affif-4 tance, in Cafe the King of Pruffia invades the Eleftorate " ofSaxony. * Laft Night a Courier arrived from the Army in Bdhe- * mia with Advice, that Prince Charles of Lorrain had ' moved forwards, in order to offer the King of Pruilia � Battle, in Cafe he does not think fit to withdraw his * Army from that Kingdom. As for our Army, it is al-' ready confiderably reinforced by the Garril'ons drawn out * of the Towns in Moravia, and by 11 Bacallions of Saxon ' Troops. 'The 18th Jnftant the Queen went to Presbourg, ac-' companied by the Grand Duke, and is already re-1 turned hither. The Objeclof thij'Journcy was to take ' Meafures with the States of that Kingdom, for bringing ' forthwith a new Body of Hungarians into the Field. Some Letters from Stockholm mention a late Convention between Sweden, Prance, and Spain, whereby the Swedes are allowed 1) lend cut Yearly a certain Number of Ships to trade to the Indies, under the Protection of thefe two Crowns ; but it is added, tli3t the Swedifh Merchants don't feem very eager to tai'.e the Benefit of this new Convention, becauje' of the Rifks in trading under French and Spanilh l'roteciions. ExtraS of a Letter from the Hague, June 30, NS. ' Mr. Trevor, the Biitifh Minilter, has lately made frefh ' Inllances that their High MightinefTes would confent to ' Great Britain's taking entirely into her Pay our Auxiliary 4 Squadron of Men of War, ' M. de Brake!, Commandant of the Citadel of Tournay, 4 arrived here the 28th lnftant, to give the State an Ac-' count of his Reafons for furrendering that Fortrefs, and ' Yefterday Morning he had a Conference with the Lords * of the Regency. We are aflured, that a ftrict Enquiry ' will be made into this Affair. It is faid Count Saxe * broke the Capitulation of Tournay in regard to Baron * Dort the Governor, who falling fick, was obliged to re- * main in the Town, but could not afterwards get leave to ' enter the Citadel when he was a little recovered, Count 4 Saxe putting him off with fome muffling Reafons; and * in the mean time M. Brakel capitulated. ExtraS of a Letter from Of en J, dated July 5, N.S. This Morning at Oneo'Clock, we were alarm'd by a 4 terrible firing of Cannon, which proved to be a Sea En-' gagement, clofe under our Cannon, between his Britan- * nick Majefty's Ships the Bridgwater, Lord George Gra-4 ham ; the Sheernefs, Capt. Gordon ; and the Urilila 4 Tender, commanded ly Lieutenant John Fergufon, who 4 were cloie engaged with the Royal Privateer, of 28 4 Guns; the Dutchefs de Penthievre, of 26Guns ; and a ' Dogger, of 18 Guns, all of Dunkirk, who had under � 4 their Convoy the following Prizes, which they had taken 4 in the North Sea, viz. 4 The Mary, Hill, for Carolina. 4 Cambridge, Dunkin, 1 4 Baltimore, Biggs, C all from Maryland, for London ' Seahorfe, Randale, 3 4 A Scotch Brigantine, with Corn. Two Bremen Ships, for London. 4 The Engagement lafted till Five o'Clock, when the Men ' of War drove the two great Privateers on Shoar, together 4 with the four large Prizes ; and fecur'd the two Bremen-4 ers; the Dogger Privateer efcaped towards Dunkirk. 4 'Tis impoflible to exprefs the Bravery of the three Com-4 manders, who bor� the Fire of the three Privateers, as 4 alfo that of the four Prizes, who are all Ships of Force, 4 and fir'd as much as the Privateers, and fo clofc as Yard-4 Arm and Yard-Arm. 4 Captain Gordon, in the Sheernefs, fuftained the Fire 4 of the three Privateers for near an Hour and half, when 4 he was obliged to fheer off to flop her Leaks; at which 4 Time Lord George Graham came up, and drove two of ' them faft afhore. It was then High-Water, and they 4 came fo clofe to the Shore, that the two Men of War , ran aihore with them. ' The French behaved very bravely, for after Lord ' George Graham had drove them aihore, they continued ' firing near half an Hour, before they would ltrike their ' Colours. ' I have juft been down to the Sands, (where they all ' lye) on board the Royal Privateer, who had .(.o Men ' kilrd and 30 wounded ; the Dutchefs de Penthievre had ' 3c kill'd and as many wounded j and their Sails fo fhat-' ter'd that they are Sieves : The Royal's Main-fail is ' itain'd all over with Blood, and the Blood in great ' Quantity ran out of her Scupper-Holes. ' Our Lofs is fo trifling that iris hardly to'be credited, ' Capt. Gordon is wounded in the Foot by a Splinter, and � had two Menkill'd, and one wounded ; 01L board Lord � George Graham only one Man was wounded ; and on � board the Tender no Bodv was hurt.' Yefterday there was Advice, that two Jerfey Privateers, one of 12 Guns and 80 Men ; and the other of 4 Guns, were attaok'd laft Friday, between the laid Ifland and Sark, by a French Privateer of 18 Guns, who took them both, after an obftinate Engagement of three Hours.- One of the Jerfey Privateers was commanded by Captain BufhelL On Monday a Court of Admiralty was held, when the St. Jofeph, Don Francifco de Lama, a SpanilhShip taken by theKouli-Kan Privateer, Capt. Barker, was condemn'd as a Prize to the Captors.-She was taken in the Latitude of Cape Finifterre, bound from the Havannah to Cadiz, laden with Coffee, Cocoa, Cotton, Indigo, and Hides, and '75000 Dollars. The fame Day came on the Trial of the Society, an Englifh Ship, bound from Bolton in New-England, who was taken by a French Privateer of St. Maloes ; and retaken by the Revenge and Exmouth Privateers belonging to Jerfey ; when after examining feveral Witneffes a Salvage was granted to the Captors. The fame Day came on the Trial of the Farmer's Adventure, Mackenzie, from Carolina, with Rice and Maho-gony Plank, who was taken by the French, and re-taken by the Charming Nancy, Villeneau, when after a long Trial, a Salvage was allowed to the Captors. OnTuefday Night his Grace the Duke of Bolton arrived in Town, from his Seat nearWinchefter. Yefterday the CommilTioners of the Excife appointed Mr. Webb to be Supervifor in Winchefter Diitnct, in the room of Mr. Fletcher, deceafed. This Day there will be a Re-call at the Pay-Office of the Short-Allowance Money due to his Mayfly's Ships the Augulla, Blandford, Eltham, Ipi'wich, Loo, and Roche-fter. The Sentence given at Doctors Commons for the Will of Mr. EliasTurner, was Yefterday revets'd at a Court Delegates in Serjeant's-Inn \ and George Montgomery, Efq; Grandfon of the faid Mr. Turner, was then and there fworn in the Adminiftiator. On Tuefday died, at his Houfe in Berwick-ftreet, Mr. Richard Jones, formerly an eminent Glover. Yefterday Morning the Son of Mr. Bradley, a Dealer in Brandy in bhad-Thames was unfortunately drown'd at Dock Head, as he was attempting to fvvim, Yefterday Mary, Cofdweli was committed to Clerken-well Bridewell, by Sir Thomas De Veil, for felonioufly ftealing a fine Lac'd Cambiick Handkerchief, the Property of Mr. Roger Harris. The fame Day Thomas Wyat, and Ifaac Tilly, two of the Black-Boy Alley Gang, were committed to the lame Place, by the fame Gentleman, after a great Refiftance, upon a ftrong Suspicion of being concern'd in divers Rob- . beries and Felonies, with one William Norman, now in Newgate. IRELAND. Dublin, June 15. That molt excellent Prelate the late Lord Bifhop of Clougher hath left 30,0001, for charitable and publick Ufes ; amongft which Legacies are io,cool. to Stephens's Hofpital, and 1000 1. to build a Spire of 60 Foot high, on the Top of Si. Patrick's Steeple, (provided it be finifhed in the Space of fix Years; 80 1. a Year for fup- \ porting a Ledture on the Church Catechifm at the Churches of St. Warburgh's and St. Nicholas without (of which Pa-riihes he had been Minifter ;) 6001, towards beginning and carrying on the Building of Dr. Swift's Hofpital for Luha-ticksand Idiots. He has founded alfo feveral new fcxhi-bitions for poor Scholars in Trinity College ; and has left feveral Sums of Money towards the Maintenance of poor Widows of Clergymen in the Diocefe of Clogher, and for Apprenticing their Children. An Epitaph on the late Right Rev. the Lord Bifbop ofChgher. Unbounded Honour, Charity, and Fame, Extenfive Bounty, in a pious Stream, Faith, Hope, Integrity, embrae'd by Truth, Habitual Virtues, both in Age and Youth, Lies here interr'd ; Attendants on a Prieft Who lov'd Religion, and the Church of Chrift : Left both Examples and good Rules behind, Which all fucceeding Bifhop3 ought to mind. ' His living Soul to Paradife is fled; ' r 92 7'8ihs a 93. Ditto 1745, 91 1 4th a t 8th. Million Bank 114 1 half. Equivalent 110. Royal Affurance 84 1 half. London Affurance 11 i 8th a 1 4th. Engli/h Copper 5 1. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Pric* Bank Circulation 5 1. 10 s. Prem. India Bonds 11. 17 s. a 18 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 no Price. Lattery Tickets 20 s. Prem. Life Annuities 15 a 1 8th Years Pur-chafe^_ High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 52 Minutes after 8^_____ NEW WELLS. AT the New Wells, near the London* j Spav, Clerkcntvell, this and every Evening (during the Sum- ' mer Seafon) will be prefented Variety of New Performances, vras. Tumbling by Mr. Williams, Mr. Rayner, and Mr. Hough. Rope-Dancing by the celebrated Mifs Rayner, who walks op a Slanting Rope 100 Feet long, from the Bottom of the Stage to the Upper Gallery. ^Several Grand Dances, Serious and Comic, particularly The Quaker'1 Wedding 5 and a new Hornpipe by Mr. Rofoman* Variety of New Songs by Mr. Golb, Mifs Lincoln, and Mifs VaUX. The Whole to Conclude with an Entertainment of MuAck, 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. The Scenes, Machines, Mujick, and Drtffit, all entirely New, To begin every Evening at Five 9'Cloclc Each Perfon will be admitted for a Pint of WINE or PUNCH. To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. *,* Every Evening there will be new Performances. ' Admiralty-Office, June 24, 1745. rH E Leave of Abfen;e given to the Petty- , Olftwj _�tg'M uiw1 l\})i))iu/i-fftn velonging to ns majijt) t Shp tbe Newcaflle, expiring To-morronxi ; the Lords Com-nii(Jioners of the Admiralty, do hereby direSi the faid Petty-Ojfcers andEoremajl-men, to repair on board his Majefty's Ship the Milford at Portfmouth, onboard which Ship they nvi/l be paid their Wages for the Newcaftle before the Mil-ford proceeds to Sea, and Condud-Money will be a'lowed them, and Carriage for their Ch Jls and Bedding to Portfmouth ; But if any of them fail to repair as above directed, they vjill not only lofe their Wages for the Newcaltle, but the Marjhal of the Admiralty v. ill be direded to apprehend them, in order to be tried at a Court Maitial as Deferters, _Tho. Corbett, Secretary. THE Freighters of the GRAND DUKE, who have produced their Invoices to the Agents of the Sakajh and Warren Privateers, are defired to pay unto the faid A-gents the Sums fettled in lieu of Salvage, at the Amfterdam Coffee-houfe, behind the Royal-Exchange, this Dayj between the Hours of Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon, and One in the Afternoon, wkn they will have an Order for their Goods being delivered. *,* As the Ship and Hoy are come to their Moorings, the Fighters are defir'd to enter their Goods as foon as poflible. At COX and COLLI NG's Office," Under the Royal-Exchange, STATE-LOTTERY TICKETS, annuities for LIVES ; and all other Kinds of GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, are Bought and Sold. Alfo Chances fold, and Tickets and Chances divided into Hajvej, Quarters, Eighths, and Sixteenths. Tickets Regftsr'd, and, during the Time of Drawing, Examined, and Daily Infured from Blanks. ANY Honeft Sober Man, who cm Brew and Drive a Pair of Horfes, may- hear of Employment, by enquiring at the Bar of Powell's Csffee-houfe in Spital-Fields. To be LET T, ' In Bull-Head-Court, Nevugate-Street, theRight-handCcrner-Houfe, very genteelly fitted up and in good Repair ; THE Houfe has a large Light Garret if wanted, or is convenient for a Surgeon or an Attorney. It will be lett on Leafe, at 20 1. a Year, otherways not under 21 1. Enquire at Mr. Harris's, a Hat-Maker, in Butcher-hall-Lane, Newgate-Street. LOST, Sunday ivas Sevennight from Grofvenor-Square, ASmall DUTCH BITCH, of a light Co-Jour, and very good Tail. Whoever brings her to Lord Carpenter's in Grofvenor-S^uare, (hall receive Three Half Crowns Reward. Certainly nothing can le a clearer Proof of the Excellency of any Commodity than the Approbation it units nuiih--If fa, J TH E ENGLISH GRAPE BRANDY may juftly claim a Superiority over all other Briti/h Productions, from the conftant and large Demands the Company have from all Parts of the Kingdom. To convince the Curious how fitly it it adapted to all Manner of Mixtures, there is now prepar'd a lar^e Quantity of SHRUB with the faid BRANDY and ORANGES when in the greatelt Perfection j which is no Ways inferior (either as a Dram, or tot Punch) to that made with the belt, Coniac. SHRUB at 6 j. per Gallon, Brandy at 4 s. per Gallon ; At the Warehoufe the Bottom of Bartholomew-Lane, near the Royal- Exchange. Sixpence per GaTlon allow d to thofe who take half a Hogshead or upwards. Thomas Rawlins, Clerk to this Company. This Day at Noon will be publijbed, (Price Six-pence,) HE Discarded FAIR ONE. An Heroic Epifile, from HamiUa to Cefariat in the o vidian T Strain. Mepulfe upon Repulfe with Grief Jbe hart, Tet pill infftt, refol-v'd ta hazard more, Let my pafl Service, faid Jbe, entreat, And do, do not think me ufelefs yet. Printed for M. Cooper in Pater-nofter RoflT. AD V t iRTISEMENTS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, m Lombard-ftreet J- I- 0
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