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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 26, 1845, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. Numb. 3337. FRIDAY, July 26, 1745- Deal, July 24. RRIV'D Yeftcrday hU Majetty's Sloop Woolf from the Northward, and fail'd again with the Bridgwater, for ditto. The JStna Firemip is fail'd for the River. Arrived this Moraine bis Majetty's Ships Rofe and FUmborough, from Carolina ; and the Mediator Sloop from a Cruize; the Princefs Carolina, Phillips, and Thomas and Margaret, Henderfon from St. Kitts; and Chechley, White, from Nevis. Remain Prince George, Duke, Rofe, and Flamboroogh Men of War; the Baltimore, Hinchingbroke, and Mediator Sloop, and the Outward-bound Ships. Wind S.W. The Ranger, Mefcer; and Conqueror, Lemon, from London, are arrived at St. Kitts. The Afiited, Pringle, from London, at Antigua. The Vernon, Couzens, from Bofton, at Nevis. The John Pink, Auger; and Thomas and Margaret, Henderfon, from St. Kitts, off Dover. LONDON. By Letters from Francfort, of the 24th of July, N.S-we are informed, that all the Electoral Minifters would be there by the ift of Aaguft, O.S. and would immediately proceed to an Elt&ion, for which great Preparations were making ; and that 'twas generally imagin'd, (tho' no Pains werefpared f> prevent it,) that the Choice would fall on the Grand Duke, for whom the moil magnificent and coftly Equipages were preparing, and who was expected there in Perfon, attended by hi* Swjfs Guards. And by Letters from the Allied Army in Bohemia, of the zjth of July, N.S. we are likewife inform'd, that they could perceive the King si Pruflia had, for feveral Days before, been making fuch Alterations in the Pofition of his Army, as fully convi-ne'd them of hi� Defignto attack Ko-nigmgratz, which feme Deferters from the Pruffian Army aiTur'd them he would, as foon as hewas join'd by a Body of Troops daily expected back from -lilefia ; but that fuch Difpolitions were made by Prince Charles, Prince Lobkc-witz, the Duke d'Arerftberg, and the Duke of Saxe Weif-fenfelds, who was pretty well recover'd from his late Indif-pofition, and who in feveral Conferences had determined to defend that Place, (hat they feem'd in no Pain for the Event. Extract of a Letter from Briftol, July 23. � This Day arrived the Lucca, Smith, from Lucca in * Jamaica,who came thence the 29th of May, a fingleShip, - through the Gulph ; the Captain informs us, that an * Embargo was laid on all Shipping there, on the 27th of May ; and that Orders were given to them all to un- * bend their Sails; which is on Account of Advice re- * ceived, that Nine large French-Men of War were arrived � at Leagonne, who had taken in their PaiTage, four Eng- * lifh Privateers, fome of whofe Men had made their * Efcape, and got to Jamaica, where they gave the above ' Account ; which occafioned the Council to meet on a * Sunday.' ExtraSl of a Letter from St. Kitts, dated June 8. * The following Piece of News we had here fome Davs * ago, but from its being fo very extraordinary fufpended * our Belief, t.ll we had good Authority for it, which � happened, by the Arrival of one of the Perfons con- * cern'd, viz. One of our Neighbouring lflands, call'd * Anguilla, has lately been attacked by about 1000 � French, 600 of whom actually 'landed ; but were very � bravely beat off again by lefs than a Sixth Part of their * Number, there being no more of the Inhabitants in * Arms, to defend a Bread-Work, which the French � march'd up to, but were fo warmly received, by a con-' tinual Fire, that after having had about 150 Men kill'd * and wounded, they made a moft fhameful Retreat, leav-' ing behind them fome of their Colours } which we be- * lievi will make them Cautious how they make any far- * ther Attempts at prefent on thefe lflands ; however we � are greatly fatigued in riding the Rounds, and guarding � the Coafts, to prevent a Surprize.' We hear, that the laft Convoy of Stores, Provifions and Men, fent to reinforce the Army in Flanders, is fafely arrived at Oftend, where they are landing the fame with all Expedition. The Victory Sloop Privateer, Capt. Harriott, belonging to St. Kitts, is taken by the Spaniards. As is the Defiance Privateer, Capt. Gaeman, of the fame Ifland, by fome French Frigats. It having been reprefented to their Excellencies the Lord Juflices, That great Abufes have been, and continue tp.be committed, with Relation to the Paffes granted by his Majefty to feveral of his Subjects, for removing their Goods and Effects from France, after his Majefty's Declaration of War againft that Crown, purfuant to the Nineteenth Article of the Treaty concluded at Utrecht in the Year 1713, whereby it is ftipulated, That, in cafe of a Rupture between the t*Vo Crowns of Great-Britain and France, the entire Space of Six Months, to be reckoned from the Day of the Rupture, ibould be allowed to the Subjects of each Power, to remove their Merchandizes, and Effeftsj and that, altbo* the faid Term of fix Months is long fince expired, French Wines, and other Merchandizes, are frequently imported from France into Great-Britain and Ireland, under Colour of fome of the faid PafTes; Their Excellencies, in order to put a Stop to the faid Abufes, have thought fit to direct, That all Paffes granted for the Purpofe above-mentioned, daring the faid Term of fix Months, (hall be from henceforth deemed to be void, and of no Effect; and that no Regard fhall be had thereto. We are informed from Nevis and St. Kitts, that the Crops of Sugar, are likely to prove Trery good in both thofe lflands. Yefterday the Company of his Majefty'a Ship the Chi-chelter of 80 Guns, lately arrived from the Mediterranean, was paid off, and the Ship ordered to be put out of Com-miffion. Laft Week Mr. Ralph Floyd, a Gentleman poflefs'd of a large Fortune in Bedtordfhire, was married at Bromley in Kent, to Mifs Charlotte Murden, of Afhford in the fame County ; a fine young Lady with a Fortune of 10,000 1. Yeflerday was married at Dulwicb Mr." Le Bafs, an eminent Diftiller in Rotherhith, to Mifs Sally Arnold of Camberwell ; an agreeable' young Lady with a large Fortune. Yefterday Mr. Manaton, an eminent Surgeon in Chancery-lane, and one of the Affiftant Surgeons of St. Bartholomew's Hofpital, was married to Mifs Ackworth, a very agreeable young Lady, with a handfome Fortune. Yefterday Morning about One o'clock Mr. Chute, Clerk to a Brewer in Shndwell, was attacked by two Street Robbers in Nightingale-Lane, who gave him a violent Blow on the Head with a Bludgeon, which fo fractur'd his Scull, that his Life is in Danger : They afterwards took from him his Watch and Seventeen Pound in Money, and then .made off. This Day the Three Malefactors, viz. William Kelly, and Thomas St. Leger, for Street Robbery ; and John Rig^leton, for the Murder of his Wife, are to be exe-cmed at Tyburn. This Week's Diversions at the New Wells near th*. London Spaw,:Clexken�vell, will confift of Variety of new Performances by Mr. Williams Mr. Hough, Mr. Rofo-man, Mr. Kayner, Mifs Rayner, Mrs. Hough, and others; the furprizing Giant will alio continue the Rope-Dancing ; the whole to conclude with Bacchus and Circe; interlpers'd with a new Piece call'd As you like it, or Harlequin's Whim. High Water this Day at London-JBrfdge at 28 Minutes after 8. Bank Stock 145 3 4ths. India Ditto no Price. South-Sea Stock no Price. Ditto Old Annuities 11 1 1 8th a in. Ditto New 109 3 8ths a 1 4th ex Div. Three per Cent. Annuities 90 a j 4th. Ditto 1742,90 1 4th a 1 8th. Ditto 1743, an<* '744� 90 1 4th a 18th. Ditto 1745, 90 1 8th. Million Bank 115. Equivalent no * half. Royal Affurance 82 5 8ths ex Div. London Affurance 11 1 4th. Englifh Copper 5 1. Seven per Cent-Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent. Ditto no Price. Bank Circulation c, I. 10s. Pr. India Bonds 1 1. 14 s. a 15 s. Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 3 8ths Difc. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders no Price. Three per Cent. Ditto no, Price. Lottery T ickets 17 s. 6 d. a 18 s. Pr. Life Annuities 14 5 8ths Years Purchafe. G O O D M A N's-F I E L D S. AT the NEW WELLS, the Bottom of-Lemon-Jireet, Goodman* t-Fields, this Evening, will be feveral New Performances, vix. Dancing by Mr. Shawford, Madenj. Duval, Mr. Chettle, Mrs. Pritchard, Mr. Cufhing, Mifs Shawford, Mr. Baker, and Mfs. Di-ruinique. Rope-Dancing by Monf. Hendrick, Mr. Morris, &c. Singing by Mr.Cunningham, and Mr.Afpey. Tumbling, Ladder-Dancing, and feveral New Equiiibres by Monf. Hendrick, with a Pyramid of Glafles, all fupported by a Needle, with its Point upon the Edge of a Glafs, which he holds in his Mouth. To which will be added a new Entertainment, call'd HARLEQUIN a DESERTER; Or, The Camp 07 Love. The Character of Harlequin by Mr. Cuihingj Colombiae, Mrs. Dove ; French Nobleman, Mr. Shawford ; Spaniard, Mr. Morris ; Colombine's Maid, Mrs. Cufhing; Capcai n of the Guard, Mr. Cunningham ; Centinel, Mr. Morris j the Fiiherman, Mr. Chett.'e j the four Cupids by Matter Morgan, Matter Davis, Mailer Hendrick, Matter Howard. Voluntiers, by Mr. Chettle, Mrs. Pritchard, Mr. Baker, Mifs Shawford, Mr. Afpey, Mrs.; Dominique; Genius, Mr. Cunningham ; the Clown, Mr. Dove ; And the Part of the French Servant by Monf. Hendrick. To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. Note, The Scenes, Machines, Mufick, and Cloaths, are all entirely New, and not borrow'd from any other Entertainments. Every One will be admitted for a Pint of Wine or Punch as ufual. S A D L E R's-W ELLS. AT Sadler*s-Wells, adjoining to the New* River Head, IJhngton, this and every Evening (during the Summer Seafon) will be The Usual Diversions of that Place. ConMing of Rope-Dancing by the celebrated Madern. Kerman, Monf. Janno, Matter Kerman and Matter Francis. Tumbling by Monf. Dominique, Monf. Janno, Matter Kerman, Matter Francis, and Monf. Pierot Pas Tomba. Dancing (both Serious and Comic) by Mr. Davenport, Mr. Mile�, Mr. Pelling, Mr. Olbeldifton, Mr. Gra-nier, Monf. Janno, Matter Granier, Mrs. Miles, Mrs. Bullock^ Mrs. Davenport, Mrs. Freeman, Mifs Granier, Mrs. Vallois, and Matter and Mifs Morris, particularly Several new Grand Dances. Variety of new Songs by Mr. Heemikirck and Mifs Hillier. To which will be added, The Birth of VENUS, or Harlequin Paris. Concluding with the loves of ZEP'HYRUS and FLORA. To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. %* The Proprietor (for the better Accommodation of the Nobility, Gentry, &c.) has provided the beft of all Sorts of Wines, particularly Burgundy and Champaign in Pints. To he L E T T at Michaelmas next-, TWELVE Acres of GARDEN and five Acres of MEADOW GROUND, fituate at South-Lambeth in the County of Surry, late in the Occupation of John Ingram, de-ceafed. Enquire of Mr. William Cleaver, jun. Merchant, on St. Dunftan's Hill, Great Tower-ftreet 5 Mr. Bennet, Attorney, in Lime-ftreet ; or Mr. Robert Kettle, Brickmaker, on Kennfngton-Common. THOSE Creditors of Cesar Ward of York, Bookfeller and Printer, a Bankrupt, who refide in and about London, are defired to meet at the Q_ueen's-Head Tavern irvPater-nofter Row, this Day, being the 26th Inftant, at Six of the Clock in the Evening, in -�js|er to confider of the Choice of Aflig-neer, (which was unanimoufly agreed to, and thought extremely ne-cefiary by thofe who met on Tuefday latt) and on other Special Affairs. ,,.. ....^m^. .. Note, As this Meeting will be of great Confluence to the faid Creditors, 'tis hop'd no one will neglect attending. Enquire for Number z. To Te~ SOLD, On the Firft ofAuguft next, Together or in Parcels, DIVERS Fields and Clofes near the Town of BANBURY in Oxford/hire. Pleafe to enquire for Particulars, and for the Place and Conditions of the Sale, at Richard Paynton's, Efq; at Banbury. To be SOLD, At Mr. Kyte's at Warwick Staples, Holborn, Fine genteel Brown Mare of the Sporting" __l Kind, able to carry 15 Stone, juftcome out of the Country, and if not fold within this two or three Days, to be returned ; the Gentleman being gone Abroad. 41 and if 1 ONE HourTT5ay^na^cS!ngTrTeni!!�!!^ once in two Days. He alfo takes down TRIALS at law, & , with Improvements) which alone is fufficient to teach the Art perfectly, as is at* tefted, at the Beginning of the Book, by a great Number of Gentlemen of the Clergy, Law, &c. formerly taught. Price One Guinea and a half, and Two Guineas op Royal Paper. If any Thing feems doubtful, he will explain it gratis, a. His Short-Hand common-PRAYER-book, for the Ufe of the Learners of his Art. Price i I. 5 s. For SALE by the CANDLE, At LLOYD'S Cffic-Houfe in Lombard-Street, On Wednesday, Julfl,\, at Twelve o'. lock at Noon, THE good Ship BLAND-ford, with 20 Six-pcunder Guns, lately one of his IVLjefty's Ships of War, and very fit for a Privateer, a Krime Sailor, Square-ftern'd, Burthen 350 Tons more or lefs, now iying at the Red Houje, J�bn Braikenndve, Commander. Inventories to be feen on Board, and at the Place of Sale. To be Sold by SAMUEL BROOKS, Broker. To be heatd of Daily at his Office (for Alluring Ships and Mer-chandize) in PcpeVHead Al'ey againft the Royal-Exchange ;- or at Lloyd's Co ftee-houfe in Lombard-ftreet. tor SALE by the CANDLE,. ^/-LLOYD'S Cofee-Hcufe in Lombard-Street, TH E Three Brotbers.Ca.tt, Round-ftern'd, Ipfwich built, Burthen 327 Tor.s more or lefs, and carries about 18 Score of Coals, and doubled to the Keel in the Year I74r, now lying at New Cranc-ftairs, William Gib/on, deceafed, late Commander. Aljo at the fame Time and Place, The UNION Pink, Round SternM, Yarmouth bui't. Burthen 130 Tons mors or lefs, and carries �ine Keels of Coals and upwards, now lying at New Crane-Stain. Inventories to be feen on Board, and at the Place of Sale. To bs Sold by SAMUEL BROOKS, Broker. Ibis Day is publijhed^ Price 6 d. REMARKS upon the Life of JOHN Duke of ARGYLE. In a Letter to Robert CamfbeU, Efq; Author of that Piece. Containing a Detection of feveral dangerous Doctrines which that Gentleman has efpoufed aga'nft the Revolution, the Union of the Kingdoms, and the Meafjires parfued by the prefent Royal Family fince their Settlement on the Throne of thefe Kingdoms. ,,,/*' By a Friend to Truth, and the prefent Happy Eftablifhment. Priuted for J. Collyer in Ludgate ft;eet. fHitr Tiny tr puhliM^ Z J. WESTON, At the Hand and Pen, over-againf Water- Lane in Fleet-St'eet, ~* CONTINU ES to teach ^ any Gent leman or Lady his New Method �iDwit�irj wn of Great Yarmouth in Norfo k : With a new Play never played before, of the RedHerring, continued. a. Peter's Pattern , or the perfect P^th to Worldly Happinefsj as it was delivered in a Funeral Sermon, preached at the Interment of Mr. Hugh Peters, lately deceafed. By I. C. Tranilator of Pineda upon Job, apd one of the Triers. 3. The laft Speech of Mr. Oliver Plunket, Titular Primate of Ireland, who was executed at Tyburn, on Friday the ift of this Inftant July 1681. Written by his own Hand. 4. Democritus turned Statefman, or twenty Queries between Jeft and Earned, propofed to all true-hearted Engli/hmen. 5. The Petition of the Gentlemen and Students of the Univerfity of Cambridge. Offered to both Houfes. upon Wednefday, being the 5th Day of January 1642 5 upon the Arrival of that Ntws to them, of the Biihops late Imprifoament. With their Appeal to his molt Excellent Majefty. 6. A Relation cf the late wicked Contrivance of Stephen Blackhead and Robert Young, againft the Lives of feveral Perfons^byfof �sJWWHrty^W^rflTOp'1 pHg^^fllWffT^rWn' Rochefter. In two Parts. ,,../ , . Printed for T. Ofborne, in Graj's-Inn j and J. Robinfon in Lud gate-Street. �v f�r- ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in for this Papey� Lloyd's Coffbe-House, in Lombard-flrat.
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