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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 10, 1845, London, Middlesex WE PNES D A X, July 10, 1745. July*. Majefty'sShips with the Outward-bound remain,*at in my laft, with the Dublin 'Merchant, Thomas r and the Mary, Lbw-der, for Dublin.1 .Wind N.E. VrdvefenJ,Jufy& .Pafs'd by the Mary," Buckman, from Norway; Lucy^ Pdrchafs ; PreftOn, Hallam; Gideon, Price; John, Crofthwarte? '"Mary, Edmunds j Richard and Martha, Everden Leopard, Harding; Anne, Gale; Alhby; Wheeler; Ryforack, Dornford ; TCing of Portugal, Hughes,VSalifbury, Hancock ; Pretty Patfey, 81ake; Dryden, Knottiest Henrietta^ Taverner ; Judith, Bradftaw ; Julius Catfar, Williams; the Mediterranean, Gardner ; and Duke of Cumberland, Tate, all from Portugal; Windfor, Chairs,'from Jamaica j? and the Happy-return, White, frbm.Bofton. The Expedition, Murratt, from Oporto, is arrived at Copenhagen. L O N D O N. Yefterday arrived the Mails due from Flanders, with the Bruffels Gazette, of thegth of'^Jdffc N.S. which brings the Advices from that Country no lower down than the 8th of July, and con'fequentiy contain nothing new. Letters from Hanover fay, that Baron Jaxheim, the Hungarian Minifter there, has communicated to his JVla-jeity a new Plan of Operations for Prince Charles's Army, lately drawn up by the Courc of Vienna, which they ex-pea will effectually repair the Mifcarriage in Silefia, by turning the Tables upon the King of Pruflia. From Francfort they write, that the Prince of Conti has wrote to the French King for a Reinforcement ; that they expect he will retire before that Reinforcement can join, him ; that it is Iikewife expected the Elector of Mencz will fpeedily fix a Day for the Election of a King of the Romans; and that they are aflured the Coronation will take Place very foon after the Election. From Vienna-they tell us, that the King of Sweden has confented to lend the Heffian Troops to protect Hanover, while 10,000 of that Electorate's -Troops march to reinforce the Army under the Grand Duke of Tufcany. They alfo fend us a Confirmation of the fuccefsful Inroads made in Silefia by the Hungarian Iniurgents, who have deprived the Pruffian Grand Army of all manner of Communication with that Province. Lifion, July 1. On the i tth pair, N.S. Vice-Admiral Rowley appeared with his Bricannick Majefty's Ships off Faro The Toulon Squadron was not return'd to the Bay of Cadiz the 5th Irtltaht. I iiree Kegilter Ships, which were expected from Vera Cruz, are got. into the Bay of Cadiz. ' They called at the Havanna, and came all from thence, with two more -which have not yet appeared. The Money brought by-thefe three Ships is only 70,000 Pieces of Eight, for the Payment of their refpective Crews. All ' the reft, which they had on board in RegiRer, was taken out at the Havanna, and the fame is now done to all the Regiller Ships that come from Vera Cruz, or any other Part of America, and touch at the Havanna. A Regifter Ship called the El PoftiliOn de Alicant, which came from iVHavMia1,'!! illiffl1By.in�8!llM bnWIWll'U Ul)l\\) Jjhips, and carried into Gibraltar. It is reported that the Citadel of Ghent furrender'd on the. 15th Inftant, N.S. to the French ; and that the Allied Army was encamp ed near Bruflels. Yefterday Morning ari Officer of Diftinction arrived from his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland. And at the fame Time an Exprefs arrived with fome Difpatches of Importance. . . \ ' By Letters from Antigua there is certain Advice, that fpme French Men of War, with Land" Force? on board, are actually gone from Martinico to make an Attempt on St. Lucia, (an Ifland near Barbadoes) from whence they intehjd to drive the Ebglifli Inhabitants, �and eftablift French in their Room.* ' ' ' > Swift and ?a�farfl!^ateefs haW"taken"and brought into the Downs, the Fortune, of and 'frcmi Coperiftage'ii,' bound to'Spain. r . ^ - "Yelterday " the- t3re>F"Bntain, and punter Privateers Prizes arrived in the Ri^er. " '- - ... < A few Days ago "the Place of the late Mr. Walton, who had the Care of the Royal Paintings, was ^ouijioM-''"": ' � Yefterday at1 a Court Huffihgs at'Gdiidhall, came on; the Election of Sheriffs'for tbis-Citrand-CQUhty of Middle-fe^-forthe Year enfaingi when -Mri Alderman Blachfotd, and Mr. Alderman Cockayne; tye're chofeii Without Opp'd'-' ; " 'V7;;:y - u-;j�- ]XeW^yM9F?}aZ6M� ^ his Houfe;in Great Queen-ft'reer, Mr. John Gratton, .an eminent Coachmaker, and adPaT^inach'eileeWrfJby his Acqa^htal&e; Yefterday wjrf fcehf f Courf.b'f' AdmMlty at Doaors- de Lrean, St. Andres, all Martinico Ships taken by- the S^JMf^and BoicftwfflitfifivaifteTsi- and'fiarrietf itito Brif-toLwere^ondemned^a Legal Prizes. -:TheE above" Privi- ' 2cqT
m ^eif. ^fofcloii^pY ^BHn|;- a' Foreign Commodity, wiUioyXitywitJi lefieiiviowliooks than I hkve fometimes c^fery'd^thjE^^otiothefiildrSortof Cotten Chintz,miftak'ing them, I prefume, for Indian Manufacture; and that they will theiLalib-theJefe lament thatthefrfhglle'r Sllks'nniftfometimes gjye Place,to this^momfayQurite, more ^cbnvenierit;'and mbre^eMTiing 0ridre]| } which'carries fomuch lefs MoneyflUt��therKingdOm!for^16i Materials, .. " � .'.\ ,.!: \\ � -rr/o and. employs fomuch a greater Variety of People, of eacc Age and Sex, to manufacture it, than a Silk of the fam Price. I have been, I muft confefs, not a little furpriz'd, that a Point which feem'd fo much nearer to concern the Fuftian Manufacturer of Lancafoire, fhould have been neglected by him, or that it ihould be now profecuted by the Silk Weavers of London; but I have lately received from a Friend,' capable of mforming me, very fatisfactory Reafons for both. Conducts. It feems, that very great Quantities of Callico having been of late Years manufacturer to an uncommon Degree of Beauty by our Printers for Exportation, a Num� ber of Ladies, who by Chance got Sight of them, either in the Printers or Exporters Warehoufes, exprefs'd a ftrong D�-flre to be cloath'd in fuch Chintz, on a Manufacture allow'd to be worn. , They apply'd for this Purpofe to their different Linnen-Drapers, who endeavour'd to fupply them, by getting printed the like Patterns on fine Lawns, and on the fineft Cottons they could at that Time procure : It was foon found that neither of thefe entirely anfwered the Purpofe; the Cottons were then both too coarie, and too unfkillfu'lly made, and theLinnen in its Nature too cold and too raggy a Wear, nor had they the Brilliancy of Colouring of the Callico: Since this Time, the Cotton Manufacture has been gradually improving in Finenefs and Fitnefs to receive the Colours: But as Improvements go on fomething flow, the Imptience of thefe Ladies breaking thro' all Reltraints, determin'd them, at the Hazard of Five Pounds, to cloath. themfelves in one Callico Chintz Night-Gown, before proper fine Cottons^ were to be had to lupply them with ; and the Cotton Manufacturer has for fome time thought it his Intereft to wink at this, as he could not yet make fuffi-cient Quantities of fuperfine proper Cottons, to anfwer the Demand; and finding befides, that by the People of Fafhion being-fo drefs'd, the Demand for the lefs fine Cottons was considerably increas'd. At prefent, feveral of the Mancbefier Weavers are arriv'd at the Art of making Cottons, which in all Reipects equal Callico, and which Perfons of the belt Fafhion would equally approve of, even tho' they had not this ftrong additional Reafori|to prefer them, that they are the Manufacture of their own Country. The Linner-draper, now feeing a Stop put to his felling Indian Chintz, or Englifh Chintz on Callico, with any Safety, is providing himielf from Lan~ cajhire with proper Quantities of fuperfine Cottons; and there is no Doubt, but by the next Summer, the Ladies may b&fupplied with thefe, to any Degree of Finenefs. at a Price inconfiderably, if at all higher, than that of Callico of equal Goodnei's. This being the Cafe,' I again repeat it, that I entertain very ianguine Hopes of Englijh Chintz becoming a more favourite, and univerfal Wear than ever; and I truft that hereafter no Lady will, at the Hazard of paying Five Pounds, be cloathed in a Callico Chintz, to the Detriment of the Cotton Manufacture, and much lefs, at the Hazard of paying Two Hundred Pounds, be ever cloath'd in an Indian Chintz, to the Detriment both of that, and Iikewife of the Printing Manufacture. The Silk Weaver and Mercer, in the mean time, who my Friend informs me are flattering themfelves with Hopes that only Luteftringsare to newdrefs thofe Ladies they have been ftripping of their Callico Chintz, will in a few Months be ferifible of the Vanity of them, for which I fhall lefs grieve, as I am perfuaded that the Ufe of this Manufacture of Lancajbire, after it has undergone the long Procefs of Printing and Painting, will be of ftill more Advantage to the Nation, by employing a greater Number of its People. Bath, May 22, 1745. Whereas feveral Perfofts have lately reforted to Bath, under Pretence that they were to be admitted into the Gen�- S ral Hofpital there, and have thereby been a common Nuifance ' to the faid City : Ibis is to acquaint all Per fins, that no Application will be received, unlefs the Perfon be at his ufual Place of Ahode when fuch Application is made. No Letters will be received unlefs Poft paid. By Order of the Prejident and Governors, E. Brett, Regifer. B AN K R U P T. John Mowbray,' of the Parifh of St. Botolph in the j Liberty'of Glafs-houfe-Yard, Middlefex, Baker and Victualler; >High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 49 Minutes after 1 \ \ 'i < J&Dk-Stock 145 3 4ths. India Ditto 184383 1 half ai$4�A South-Sea Stock no Price. Ditto Old Annuities no 3 4ths. Ditto New in. Three per Cent. Annuities 91. Dittcj ^7,42 91. Pittol 1743, and 1744, 91. Ditto I 90"a 89 3 4ths. Million Bank 115. Equi- | valent.i 10 1 half.' Royal Affurance 84 1 half. London ids:a'qs. a 10 s. P/."' "Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 I v4th3 8ths a 1 4th rJilc.' Three and a half per Cent.'FJxche^uer Orders rjo Price. Three per Cent. Ditto no^PriceV 'Lottery Tickers 18 s. a 17 s. 6 d. a 18 s. Pk 'Life Annuities 14-7 8 , ieinpTOgefher "of tjie Vearly Value of 3*0!. Enquire for Particulars of Mr. Thomas Buck of Feverfham in Kent, or ofifM^r.Deri^ey. of Stople-Inn, London; ' � �JL ADVETlTfSE NTS are taken in for this Paper, ac LlqyVs CoFFj&E\-Hbys*,"in Lornfiard-ftreet.
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