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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 30, 1845, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. Numb. 3340. Deal, July 28. AIL'D this Morning his Majefty's Ships Milford, for Oftcnd, and the Rofe for the River. Arrived Young Noll Privateer from a Cruize; the Warrington, Cook, fromLevcrpool. Remain Prince George, Duke, and Dover Men of War ; and Cruizer Privateer, with the Outward-bound. Came down Ofwega, Waddel, for New-York ; Friendfllip, Hornby, for Ireland; William and Anne, Ramer, for Belfait; Imperial Eagle, Allen, for Cork.   Wind S.W. Gravtfend, July 28. Pafs'd by Patriot, Beck, from North Copen ; Flamborough, Hains, from Carolina ; and Nancy, Jones, from Antigua. The Snock, Cornelius, from Surinam, bound to Flufh-ing, with Sugar, is retaken from a French Privateer, by the Tygris Privateer, Capt. Bannet ; and fent into Dartmouth. The Difpatch, Miller, from New-England, it arrived at Cork. * The Diamond, Goatly, from London, at Genoa. TheSimpfon, Ragg, from Antigua, at Aberdeen. The Boilon, Clark, from ditto, at Plymouth. The Mary, Caully, from Antigua, at Leverpool. LONDON. Ext rati  of a primate Letter from Amfterdam, Augufl 3, N.S. ' For thefe two or three laft Polls we writ, that Count Kevenhuiler, the Second Embaffador of Bohemia to the Dyet of Election, did not fucceed in h s Comnrffion to the King of Poland, in Regard to his Mdjefty'a Ehdoral Vote in Favour of the Grand Duke of Tufcany. Another Letter that we have received from Dr. fden da*cd the 23d of July, which is two Days after Count Keven-hu'ler's Departure, confirms this News, adding, that this iVIiniller did not go away fati'-ried with the Succefs of his Negociations, feeing the Court of Drefden would not quite tye up the King's Hands, in Regard to his Electoral Vote especially. ' Neverthelefs, they write from the Hague, that the Courier which Mr. Trevor receivt-d lalt Friday from Hanover, has brought his Excellency the News that the King of Poland has given Count Kevenhuiler the hrongett AfTurances, that he will not only confent to the relioring the Aftivi:y of the Vote of Bohemia, but will alfo give his own Vote in Favour of the Grand Duke of Tufcany. � Time will fhew which of thefe two contradictory Accounts is the trued ; but in the mean while we fuppofe, nay believe, that Mr. Trevor is better informed, than we can be by private Letters. Granting then, that the Britiih Minifter's Intelligence is true, we mull: of Courfe conclude that the Negotiation, which was faid to be on the Tapis for engaging the King of Poland to accept of the Imperial Dignity for himfelf, was a meer Fiction, or elfe that it is qoice broke off: And yet we are very well informed, that the Mar-quefs de Vaugrenan and tbe Count del Bene, the French and Spanifh Minifters at Drefden, have had frequent Conferences with the Saxon Miniftry, ever fmce Count Kevenhuiler left that Court. One fhojld likewife conclude, upon the aforefaid Grounds, that the pretended Accommodation between the Kings of Poland and Pruffia is evaporated in Smoke. All this will foon be cleared up. In the mean time we can allure, that the Report of an Accommodation between his Pruffian Majefty and the Queen of Hungary, is entirely falfe and groundlefs. It is very probable, that we fhall fpeedily receive fome more important News from Bohemia. The PaiTage of the Eb is an Event that employs the Thoughts of our Policicisns. It is ind=ed faid, that his Pruffian Majefty has en. fled that River on'y for the Sake of getting For-rage, which he was in great Want of in the Camp he has quitted ; and this, if itridtly true, was a very good Reafon why his Enemy (hould have bsen more vigilant to keep him in a Camp where they were fure he could not fubfift. But there is great Appearance that the King of Pruffia has fomething elfe in his Head, which we fhall know nothing of'till the Blow is ftruck : However it be, this PafTage leems to be a bold Attempt in Sight of an Army which is faid to be 30,000 ftronger than his ; for we are affured that the Pruffian Army confifts of no more than 50,000 Men, by Reafon of the Detachments fent to Silefia, and 'tis pretended, that the Combined Army is 80,000 ftrong. After all, both Accounts may be wrong. ' We expect to receive this Evening the News of the Allies having abandoned Bruflcls, in order to cover the City of Antwerp. Letter front Pert/mouth, dated "July 27. ' Laft Night arrived at Spithead, the Conception Merchant Ship from Carolina, bound to London ; the Maiter fays, that in his PafTage he was taken by two French Privateers of 20 Guns each, and ranfom'd for 2200 1, Sterling : foon afterwards he was boarded by the Panther Man of War, belonging to Breft, ; but was clear'd the fame Night. The next Morning he failed in Company with a French Privateer, bound a Cruize 5 and off Breil Harbour they met with three French Men of War, (one of which was the Northumberland) having 23 Sail of Merchantmen under their Convoy, going into Breft. Thefe Ships gave an Account, that the Mercury Man of War belonging to Breft, was arrived there in a terrible fhatrered Condition, having lolt upwards of 300 Men, ; in an Engagement, as they reported, with an Englifh TUESDAY,   July 30,   1745. Man of War of Seventy Guns, which they pretended ftruck to them, bnt having no Boats were obliged to quit her.-A lame Excufe for leaving fuch a Prize ; but the Truth is they were glad to fly from the Lion's Paws, who had almoft tore them to Pieces. ' Since the above was wrote, we are informed that the Number of French kill'd on board the Mercury was 160, of which Number was the Commander and his Brother; and that the Number of the wounded was 140. They write from Plymouth, that on the 26th Jnftant Admiral Martin fent in there a French Privateer Sloop, which had been out bat 14 Days. Sbe brought an Account the Admiral had alfo taken a Spanilh Privateer, of 1 z Guns and izo Men, which he had afterwards burnt; and likewife took a Ship of about 300 Tons, bound from St. Domingo, but laft from the Havannah, reckon'd very rich; and when left was in Chafe of three other Ships. We are farther informed, by the faid Privateer, that there were in Bourdeaux feven Men of War and 200 Sail of Merchant Ships ready to fail on the firft Notice. A few Days fince Dr. Robert Dalrymple, Brother to Sir Hugh Dalrymple of North Berwick, Bart, was married to Mils Berkeley, Heirefs of Towey, a young Lady of fine Accomplifhments, and a handfome Fortune. Laft Week died at his Seat at Teviotdale, Andrew Ben-net of Chefters, Efq; whofe friendly Difpofition joined with an active Spirit, and great natural Abilities, made his Life generally ufeful, and his Death univerfally regretted. On Saturday laft died, after a long Jllnefs, at Chiflehurft in Kent, the Dutchefs of Ancailer, Lady of - Douglafs, Efq; whofe Death is much lamented by the Poor in the Neighbourhood where fhe liv'd. On Sunday Night laft, about 7 o'Clock, the Crooked Billet Alehoufe in Batterfea-Fields, received considerable Damage by a Flafh of Lightning, great Part of the Chimney was alfo carried by the Storm to a confiderable Diftance from the Houfe; at the fame time there were feveral People drinking in the Houfe, who were ftruck down by the Flafh, but happily received no other Dimage. 7'he fame Night Mr. Dovvnes, a Farmer at Mitcham, was ftruck dead by a Flafh of Lightning, on his Return home from Clapham ; he has left a Wife and four fmall Children, who are inconfolable for his Lofs. The WAREHOUSE for Morning Gowns and Banjan* is removed from Pope's-Head Alley, to the W'oo/pack and Dolphin, Three Doors above Birchin-lane in Lornhill: Where great Variety of Gowns ase kept ready made, of rich Silk Damafk?, fine Scotch Plaids, Flower'd Rufltls, Figur'd Grograms, Vallurets, &c. Alfo Banjans of fine Cloth, DufKns, Plaids and Damaflcs. All forts of Velvet-Caps and Safhes. The wonderful Young Giant will perform on the Rop* every Evening, this Week, at the New-Wells near the London-Spaw, Clerkenwell ; likewife the celebrated Mifs Rayner, will dance on the Slanting Rope which is 100 Feet leng, from the Bottom of the Stage to the Upper-Gallery, with two lighted Flambeaux in her Hands. Tumbling by Mr. Williams, Mr. Hough, and Mr. Rayner ; with Variety of Comic Dancing, particularly the Quaker's Wed. ding.-The whole to conclude with a New Entertainment of Mufick, call'd, Bacchus and Circe ; interfpers'd with a new Piece call'd As you like it, or Harlequin's Whim. As the reducing that important Place Cape Breton, call for the Attention of every True-born Englifh Subject, to fhew their grateful Acknowledgments to thofe worthy Commanders Commodore WARREN and General PEP-PEREL, and in Remembrance of thofe brave EnglipTars that ventur'd their Lives in Defence of their Ccuntry, the Proprietor of the New-Wells, Goodman's-Fields, has out of a due Regard to the Nobility, &c. that have ho-nour'd him with their Company, prepar'd an exact Re-prefentation of the Storming, Cannonading, Bombarding and Taking, Fort Louifbourg, with the Landing Commodore Wanen ; and will in Horourof that great Exploit, exhibit feveral curious Fireworks which he hopes will be to the Satisfaction of all thofe that will honour him with their Company--N. B. To begin this,   and every Evening at Five 0' Clock. IRELAND. Dublin, July 23. Yefterday a Meflenger arrived here with an Expreis of great Importance from London. Laft Week Mr. Steveley an eminent Hofier in Corn-Market, had the Misfortune to fall from his Horfe, and died laft Saturday of the Hurt he received. Friday laft the Lady of the Right Hon. the Lord Molefworth, was brought to-bed of a Daughter, at his Lordfhip's Houfe at Stephens-Green. Thurfday laft died after a long Illnefs, Michael Batry, Efq; Councellor at Law ; he was a Gentleman of a good Character and his Death is much lamented. The Earl of Cheflerfield will leave London the 18th of next Month, and go to Lord Gower's in StafFordlhire; where he will fpend three or four Days, from whence he will fet out and travel as Lord Lieutenant of Ireland with a grand Retinue, and will be at Holyhead the latter End of the Month ; and it is faid our Parliament will meet for the Difpatch of Bufinefs the firft Day of October. We hear from the County of Armagh, that the long-difputed Point relating to Lough Neagh Stone is at laft determined, the Gentlemen concerned in the Civil and Natural Hiftory of that County having found a large Specimen of Stone with Wood continuous to it, weighing 28 Pounds: For fuch a Specimen the Royal Society fearched in vain, as appears from their printed Accounts, as well as many private Gentlemen. It is a Refpect due to the Curious to give publick Information of this, and to fignify to lodge well-attefted Certificates of this fairly engrofled in the Univer-fities of Great-Britain and Ireland, and alfo in fome other Societies, which fhall be done fpeedily. High Water this Day at London-Bridge at. 8 Minutes after 1. Bank-Stock noj>Prrce. India Ditto 181 a 1 half, South-Sea Stock no Price. Ditto Old Annuities itt 1 8th. Ditto New 109 3 8ths. Three per Cent. Annuities 90 a 1 4th a 1 8th. Ditto 1742, 90 1 8th a 90. Ditto 1743, anc* !744� 9� 1 8th a 90. Ditto 1745, 90 1. 8th ago. Million Bank 115. Equivalent 110 1 half. Royal AfTurance 82 5 8ths. ex Div. London AfTurance 11 1 8th. Englifh Copper 51. Seven per Cent, Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent. Ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 5 1. 10 s. Pr. India Bonds 1 1. 15 s. Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 1 half a 3 4ths Difc. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders no Price. Three per Cent. Ditto no Price. Lottery Tickets 10I. 17 s. 6 d. Life Annuities 14 1 half Years Purchafe. T Admiralty-Office, July 25, 1745. HE Lords CommiJJioners*of the Admiralty do   J hereby jlriclly direii all Officers and Siamen belonging to his Majejly's Ships in Commijfion, whether they be Abfent with Leave, or without f except thofe lately belonging to the Montague and Rippon, and alfo fuch who are Evidences, and are ordered up to Town to be examined with relation to the Enquiry making into the Behaviour of fome Officers in the late Aclion off of Toulon J to repair immediately on Board their refpe8ive Ships, as they will anfwer the contrary at the Peril, not only of lofng their Wages, but of being taken up, andpur.ifbed with the utmojl Severity of the Law againfl Defcrters. Tho. Corbett. For SALE by the CANDLE, /It LLOYD's Coffin-Houfe in Lombard-Street, Tomorrow, Juh^i, at Twelve o'Clock at Noon, np PIE ^ood ShinBLAND- FORD, with 10 Six-pcundcr Guns, lately one of his Majefty's Ships of War, mi. very fit for a Privateer, a rrime Sailor, Square-ftern'd, Burthen 3 50 Tons more or lefs, now Inventories to be feen on Board, and at the Place of Sale.   To be Sold by SAMUEL BROOKS, Broker. To be heard of Daily at his Office (for Affuring Ships and Merchandize) in Pope's-Head Alley againft the Royal-Exchange 5 or at Lloyd's Coffee-houfe in Lomfeard-ftreet. z z -Z hor SALE      IM CANDLE, At LLOYD's Coffee-Houfe in Lombard-Street, On Friday next, at Twelve o'Clock at Noon, ^ THE CountVIRLADE, �with 8 Carriage Guns 4 Pounders, a French Prize, taken by the Sbonbam Privateer, Robert Milligen, Commanier, Burthen 300 Tons more or lefs, now lying in th; Great Wtt Dock- Inventories may be had at Sam's Coffee-__ houfe, the Place of Sale, and of WILLIAM and BENJAMIN VALJGHAN, And \� RrnlrrS^^C^ �k E L L A N'D H E A m? N Otwirhftanding the Additional Duty on Wines, the WIDOW at the Royal-Excbange WINE-HOUSE, in Sivitbins-Alley, continues to Ml her WINES (which has met with continued Reputation) at the former Prices, -viz:. RED and WHITE PORT at 6 1. per Gallon, or 1 1, 6 d. a Bottle. LISBON, at Ditto. And DRY MOUNTAIN, at 3 1. per Gallon, oris, a Bottle, Deliver'd to any Part 0/ the Town by Orders directed as above. %* The WIDOW ftill continues to keep the ORDINARY 01 e 7 at Nine-pence per Head; Dinner to be on Table exactly at Half an Hour after Two o'Clock.-PUNCH fold in imall Quantities, and as good in Quality as in any Punch-Houfe in London. . L  __m 1- THOMAS    DORMER, At the Three Golden Tobacco-Pipes in Brewhoufe- Yard near the Hermitage ; HAVING found an eafier Method of Making his Fine PIPES, Glaz'd at the Ends (of different Colours) gives Notice, That he will Sell them at a much cheaper Rate than formerly, and deliver them to any Part of the Town, by Order, directed as above j or at the Jamaica Coffee-houfe in St. MicbaePs-AUey, Cornbill, He continues to make all Sorts of PIPES, as well for Home Con-fumption, as for Exportation. The  PERSON  be ng DEAD, There is to be SOLD, At MACKRELL s Coffee-houfe in Barclett's-Buildings, Holborn ; ALeopard's Skin Hunting Side-Saddle and Houfing, made up in the neweft Falhion (never wore) trim'd. with a very neat Mohair Fringe, with an Arch Head with ToH'elsin the Corners of the Houfing; the Seat of fine Cloth; the Colour of the Ground of the Skin embroidered with Black Spots to match 5 a very neat Leather Furniture with ToiTels and bed Town Bit. Note, To be fold fome Pounds cheaper than any Sadler will make up fuch a one for. To be L E T T at Michaelmas ttextj 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 Cltaver, jun. Merchant, on St. Dunftan's Hill, Great Tower-ftreet ; Mr. Bennet, Attorney, in Lime-ftreet j or Mr. Robert Kettle, Brickmaker, on Kennington-Common. z z z ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coff ee-House, in Lombard-ftreet. J-hC   

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