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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 9, 1845, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. Numb. 3322, ~-w � "I TUESDAY, July 9, 1745. Deal, July 7. EMAIN his Majefty's Ships the Duke, and Ludlow Caftle ; and Jamaica and Mediator Sloops ; the Shirley, Thompfon ; Theo-phila, Goddard ; Sally, Lane; Lucretia, Read, for Jamaica; Richmond, Preftqn, for Mahon ; Revenge, Blake, for Gibraltar; Sarah, Donaldfon, for Maryland; the Judith, Cockrell, for Ireland; Weymouth, Baley, for - ; the Affiftance, Young j'and Speedwell, Sadler, for Portfmouth. Wind Eaft. Gravefen/d^July 7. Pafs'd by the Thames, Marchanr, from Tu rky ; Young Johannes, Adams, from Zurickzee } Peter and Bridget, Dauhl; Ebeneter, Millar ; and Salva-tor, Haunfon, from Norway ; Running Fox, Boyce, from Eaftland ; and the Lady Magdalen, Spants, from Gotten-burgh. The Duke of Cumberland, Eafion ; Elizabeth, Mills ; sndSulannah, Prowfe, from Portugal, are arrived at Plymouth. The Winchefter, Piefton ; Cranbury, Guillaume ; an Wyndham, Sinkins, from ditto, at Southampton. The Julius Cafar, Williams; Providence, Mitchell; Anne, Gale ; Leopard, Hardy ; John Crolihyvaite ; Henrietta, Taverner, from ditto, off Dover. The St. John, Gold, from Topfham, at Lifbon. The Happy Return, White, from Antigua, at Dover. LONDON. ExtraQ of a Letter from Drefdett, July 4, N.S. ' Since the Affair of Friedberg, we have loft no Time in repairing the Lofs fuftained in that Battle. For this Pur- pofe, we have not only already draughted from the Mi-� litia all the Recruits that were wanted to compleat the ' Regiments of Regular Troops, .but have alfo fent away ' a confiderable Train of Battering Cannon and Field Pieces : So that our Army in Bohemia is now in as good � a Condition as -before the Battle was fought. The ' Major-Generals Minckwitz and Buchaer, iei-out _a'few Days ago lor the Army under the Command of the Duke ' of Saxe Wfiijfenfels. .Five Couriers difpa,tched from Leip-� fick and other "Places along the Frontiers, arearrived,iier.e the general Attack was � to begin the Sunday after, when they mould have their. � Bomb Battery, &c. ready to play againft the Town s and � the Commodore was to come in and lye againlt the � Ifland Batteries j and that they had great Hopes they � fhould foon reduce that Place to the Obedience of his � Britannick Majefty.' On the 5th Inftant.his Majefty's Ships the Yarmouth, Pembroke, Fowey, "Deptford Storefhip, and Scipio Fire-fliip put into Plymouth, with 130 Sail of Outwari-bound Merchant 'Ships, for Jamaica,? Virginia, Newfoundland, &c. ThePoftillion of Alicant, which was faid to be taken by one of our Privateers, was taken by his Majefty'* Snip the Kennington. They write from Briiloi, that there have been upwards of 60,000 Quarters of Wheat and other Grain lately exported for Jreland, from that Port. Ye#erday Morning the Hon. Charles-Wyndham Obrien, Efq; Heir to the Right Hon the Earl of Thomond, fet out for Ireland, with *a Grand Retinue. Saturday laft Captj Elliot Smith was appointed by the Lords of the Admiralty Captain of the Norwich a 50 Gun Ship, lately launch d. Laft: Friday di4d greatly lamented, at Sittingbourn in Kent, Hugh Randal, Efq; a Gentleman of a large Eftate in Hamp'ftiire, and in the Commiffion of Peace lor that County. Laft Saturday died in a good old Age, in the City of Norwich, Mr. George Depledge, for many Years a Preacher amongft the People called Quakers. He was at Man of found Senfe, attended with a Chearfulnefs of Temper which flow'd from the Honefty of his Heart. On Sunday lalt as Mr. Simins, (who was to have rode this Day from London � to Stilton, &c ) was riding thro1 CheQiunt in Hertfordfhire, hisHorfefell, by running againft two Afles that were eroding the Road, by which'Accident he was flung off, and fra&ur'd his Skull in fuch a manner, that, we hear, he died in Iefs than an" Hour after. Yefterday Mprning at 9 o'Clock as an Apprentice to a Packer in Coleman-ltreet, was carrying two Pieces of Cloth thro' the Paffage to Bloffoms-Inn, his Foot flipt, and he fell in fuch a manner, that.the Weight of the Cloths diflo-coated his Neck, and he died immediately. On Sunday a Servant belonging to a Tin Shop near Temple-bar went into "the Thames to "wafh hirnfelf, but flipping into a Hole was drown'd in the fight of feveral People ; and Yefterday his Body was taken up at Somer-fet Stairs. The WAREHOUSE for Morning Gowns -nd Banjans II WrHoved from PopeVHeai Alley, to the Woolsack and Dolphin, Three Doors above Bircnin-Iane in Lomhill : Where great Variety of Gowns are kept ready made, of rich Silk Damafti, fine Scotch Plaids, Flower'd Rufi'els, Figur'd Grograms, Valluret5, &c. Alfo Banjans of fine Cloth, DuffTns, Plaids and Danufks. All forts of Velvc;-Caps and SafhM. J R ,E L A N D. Dublin, Juh 2. We hear from Kiofale, that the Defiance Man of War, lx>rd ForFefter Commander, failed laft Saturday in queft of the French Man 6f War which lately chaced the Dublin Privafeer. On Saturday Morning laft a Duel was fought near Na-raraore in the County of Kildare, between "Maurice Keating the younger, Efq; and Kir. J6h� Dillon of the faid Cp�inty, in which the Tatter was'fhot thfo' the Head, and disd.,pn the Spof. This Mofning the Right Hon. the Lojd VifcountJ Hillsborough, M'iddletonand^Barrington, and the.' Right Hon. William Conolly', Efq; arrived hire from England. A few Days ago Richard Maupfell the yfeunger, of the City of Limerick, Efq; was'mar'ried to, Mifs Toler, eldell Daughter of Daniel Toler, of 6raige i'ri the County of Tipperary, Efq; a Lady of fine Accornplifhrnents, and 2000 1. Fortune. Laft Week died John Richardfon, Efq; at his Seat at Rich-Hill in the County of ArnWh, and is flicceeded in his Eftate by Wilflatn'; Rich^rflfon,;^tijV his tldeft Son, Knight of the Shire Tor the"Ta1d7 fcoiiiity. , ^iis'fecond Son diftinguifhed hirnfelf very gallantly at the Battle of Dettin-gen, being a Cornet in General Lfgdhier'i Horfe, and is now preferred to be a Captain df a Trb'op fn the faid Regiment. ' '' ' '. ' " We hear that Dr. Hugh Baillie, Judge of the Admiralty Court in Ireland, hath a full and ample Commiffion; for determintng all Caufes cognizable in that Court; and for condemning all Prizes that may be taken by his Majefty's Ships of War, or any Privateers or Letters-ef Mart Ships, and brought into this Kingdom. The Baltimore is preparing to fail for Briftol To-morrow or Monday, and will take fuch Ships as are bound to Mil-ford, or for that Channel, under her Convoy. Yefterday the Lord Bifhop of Kildare was inftall'd at Chrift's Church. High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 17 Minutes after 6. Bank-Stock no Price. India Ditto 185. boutft-bea Stock no Price. Ditto Old Annuities 110 7 8ths. Ditto New 111 a 1 4th. Three per Cent. Annuities 91 1 4th. Ditto 1742 91 1 4th. Ditto 1743, and 1744, 91 1 4th. Ditto 174;, 90 1 4th a 1 8th. Million Bank 115. Equivalent 110. Royal Affurance 84 1 half. London . Affurance it 1 8th a 1 4th. Englifh Copper 5 1. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent. Ditto no Price. Bank-fcMrculation 5 1. 7 s. 6d, Insiia Bonds 1 1. 14 s. a 11 s. Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 r 4th a 1 8th Difc. Three and a half per Cent, 'cxchequer Order no Price. Three per Cent. Ditto no Price. Lotv tery Tickets 19 s.^a 18 s. 6 d. Life Annuities 14 3 4ths Years Purchafe. N E W WELLS. AT the New Wells, near the London-Sp , Clerkenzotil, this and every Evening (during the Summer Seafon) will be prefented Variety of New Performances, */�, Tumbling by Mr. Williams, Mr. Rayner, and Mr. Hough. 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. Variety ot New Songs by Mr. Brett, Mifs Lincoln, and Mifs Vaux, Several Grand Dances, Serious and C< mic. Rope-dancing by the famous Young GIANT. The Whole to Conclude with anew Entertainment of Mufick, ca!l'
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