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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 2, 1845, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. Numb. 3343, FRIDAY, August 2, 1745. Deal, July $1. RRIVED laft Night his Majefty's Ship Milfordj from a Cruize. Came down the St. George Privateer, Medcroft, for a Cruize ; and remain with his Majefty's Ships, and the Outward-bound, as in my laft. Wind Soath. The MaryGally, Lower, from London, is arrived at Cork. The Letitia, (late Jackfon) from Cork, at Brill'ol. LONDON. gxtraSi of a private Letter from Amfierdarn, Auguf 6, N.S. '� If we may credit our Letters from Francfort, the ' Eleftion of an Emperor is far from being juft at � Hand; but yet fome other Advices, and certain Gazettes � even fay, that the Election will come on immediately ; � and that the Embaffadors have exhibited their full * Powers. A little Time will fet us right in this Point ; ' but if one may judge by/Appearances, the Eleftion can- ver, a French Privateer of four Carriage Guns, eight Swivel;, and 45 Men. She is a new Veffel, belong'd to Calais, has been but four Days at Sea, and has taken one l'r 1*., a Brigantine laden with Slate. In the Chace the i'?p,;c kill'd two of the French j bat had not a Man hurt of her own. Lail Week fever? 1 Factors and Clothiers attended the'Di-rectnrs of the Eafl-India Company, and received Orders tn f.:-iiifh the Company with Cloth, Serges, &c. for the Lie of their Settlements in the Eaft-lmJies, it is worthy of Ouic.-vition, that the Company exports Annually at lealt trie Vaiue of 60,oco 1. in Woollen Goods, the Manufactum of this Kingdom. cue 1 day being the Acceftion of the prefent Royal Fare; v n the Crown of thele Realms, the hon. the Artillery-Lo"..,aliv marcn'd from their Ground in Moor-fields, to r.eld; called Baums, near Sir George Whitmorc's, v"'nei'- a grand and en:ire Exercife of Arms was performed ;ior.our cf the Day. f ii-.' lime Day Mr. Dogget's Coat and Badge was row'd for by iu young Waternei; but fome Difpute anfing, u to h� row'd for again. to be Veil =rday Captain Alexander Wilfon, of Great Queen-flree-, Wellmintter, was married at St. Martin's Church, ^ '�Irs. Tation, Widow of the late Lieutenant-General �I�tr.o:i, unagreeable Lady with a confiderable Fortune ; a'i"r '.'re Nuptial Ceremony was over they fet out for her Li-vfnipL Seat near Uxbridge. ^ wi.i Tuefday was married at Rufland in Lancashire, Mr. J''Jin.v-\'ickris Hyam, eldeft Son of Mr. Thomas Hyam, a eminent Merchant of this City, to Mifs Ruthy Raw- f^f-, Daughter of Mr. William Rawlinfon, an eminent ^'or of Rufldnd, a molt agreeable Lady of 8000 1. For-tun-. eflerday Morning William Dixwell Grimes, Efqi a y.^^rr.inent Merchant of this City, was married to Mifs iV!c!'.y Black, only Daughter to v\ illiam Black, Efq-, an eminent Virginia Merchant and Infurer, and Niece to Alexander Hume, Efq; one of the Diredors of the Eaft In-T Company, and Reprefentative in Parliament for the borough of Southwark, a moft agreeable young Lady, and * J-or.une of 30,000 1. after which they fet out for their sat at Richmond in Surry to celebrate their Nuptials. On Wednefday laft died at Brompton Mr. Gladman, formerly an eminent Oilman and Diftiller in Barnaby-ftreet Southwark, poffefs'd of a plentiful Fortune, which he has bequeathed to his Relations. As the reducing that important Place Cape Breton, calls-for the Attention of every True-born Englifh Subject, to fbew their grateful Acknowledgments to thofe worthy Commanders Commodore WARREN and General PEP-PEREL, and in Remembrance of thofe brave Englijb Tars that ventur'd their Lives in Defence of their Country, 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 Warren ; and will in Honour of that great Exploit, exhibit feveral curious Fireworks which he hopes will be to the Satisfaction of all thofe that wilF honour him with their Company--N. B. To begin thi?, and every Evening at Five o' Clock. The wonderful Young Giant will perform on the Rope-every Evening, this Week, at the New-Wells near the London-Spaw, Clerkenwell j likewife the celebrated Mifs Rayner, will dance on the Slanting Rope which is joo Feet long, 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 Cemic 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 anew Piece call'd As you-like it, or Harlequin's Whim. High Water this Dzy at London-Bridge at 8 Minutes after 3. Bank-Stock no Price. India U.tto 178 1 fair a 177 1 half a 1 8th. South-Sea Stcctc 107 a 106 1 half. Ditto Old Annuities 110 a icq i half. Ditto New 10S 1 4th a icS. 'J fine per Lent. Annuities Sg a 88 1 halt. Ditto 1742, 89 a 88 1 half. Dr.to 1743, and 1744, 89 a 83 1 half. Ditto 1743, 89 1 4th a 88 3 4ths. Million Bank 115. Equivalent 110 1 half. Royal Affurance 82 1 half London Aiiurancc 1 1 1 8th. Englifn Copper 5 1. Seven per Lent. Emperor's Loan no price. Five per Cent. Ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 5 1. 10 s. Pr. Wia Conds 1 1. 8 s. 6d. Prcm. '1 hree and a ha'fSalt Tallies 5 Difc. Three 2nd a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders no Price. Three per Lent. Ditto no Price." Lottery tickets tel. 16 s. Life Annuities 14 1 4th Years Purcfiafe. For S A L E by the CANDLE TAt Sandwich in Kent, in about Three tFeefo ' H E CARGOE of the Sc. PIERRE, taken by the Swift and Fox Privateers. CoDfiftifl| 1 " '-"niiiiini zo3 neces or fine FRENCH BRANDY. Further Particulars, and Timely Notice of Sale, will be'giyen by ROBERT ALSTON, Broker In Exchange-Alley. ' fo be 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 Jchn Ingram, de- Enquire of Mr.William Cltaver. jun. Merchant, on St. Dunftan's Hill, Great Tower-fireet ; Mr. Bennet, Attorney, in Lime-ftreet J or Mr, Robert Kettle, Brickmaker, on Kennington-Common, Ik_k_ft 0 1 , r At the Original RAISIN BRANDY and WINE Ware, houfe, in Red-Lion-Ciurt, Waihng-S reef, FINE ORANGE WINE of a delicate Tafte and Flavour, at 3 J- 6 d. per Gallon. RAISiN-WINE, the famr, and RAISIN-BRANDY, at 4 s. prr Gallon. Note, All Perfons are welcome to tafte the Goods. To be LETT or SOLD, For the Rejtd.e of a Ttrm of 1000 Yean, commencing t^e l-jtb of Ap'-tl, 171 I, andEnte^d upon immediately, the following Premifes or any Part there f, TW O Capital Mefiuagfs wirh Sables, Coach Houfes, OfRce-Houfes, Fi(n-Pon!s and Gardens, thereunto belonging, fituate in Tottenham iii the County of Middle-fex ; and alfo one orlaer Mcfiuage, and three Cottages adj/ining to one of the laid MtlTuages, the Eftate of Mrs. Hafell. Enquire at the faid Mrs. HaftH's Honfe nn the Premife;, near the Qu^liL-r's Meeung Houfe in Tottenham aforefijd ; or at iMr. Hiii*� an Upholder in Fleet-Street, London. Admiralty-Office, 1uly 25, 1745. CfHE Lords Commifjioners of the "Admiralty dcr hereby firifily direst all Officers and Stamen belonging to his Majeffs Ships in Commijjion, whether they be Abfent to Tov.-n to be examined rxith relation to the Enquiry making; into the Behaviour of pyine Ojficers i-i the late Atlion of of Toulon) to repair immediately on Beard their KefecJi-ve Ships, as thev it til anfiyjer the contrary at t'je Peril, not only of lofing t>:eir Wages, but of bein?tak)n up, and pur.ijhed nuitb the utmojl Scve, ity of the Law agaihfl Drfrterj. Tho. Coreett. For SA L E by the CANDLE, At LLOYD'S Cofee-Houf in Lombard-Street, This Day, at Tavelve o'Clock at Noon, THE CountVIRLADEr with 3 Carriage Guns 4 Pounders, a French Prize, taken by the Sborebam Vr\rz-teer, Robert Milligcn, Conitnanaer, Burthen 300 Tons more or lefs, now lying in the Great* Wit Dock Inventories may be had at Sam's Coffee-houfe, the Place of Sale, and of WILLIAM and BENJAMIN VAUGHAN, ~) And THOMAS DORMER, At the Three Gulden Tobacco-Pipes in Brewhoufc-Yard near the Flermi.a^e ; AV1NG found an t-niier Method of __Making his Fine PIPES, Giaz'^ at the Ends (of difF-'rent Colours) gives Notice, That he will Se:l them at a mu'h ch-aper Rnte than formerly, and deliver rhem to any Pirt of the Town, bv O-der, direlied as above ; or at the Jamaica Ccfl'ee-houfe in St. Mtchatfi-AUty, Combtll, He continues to make all Sorts of PIPES, as well for Home Con-fumption, as for Exportation. fbv TURK 1-5 V ON E L KELLAND HEATH, Broke? s. For At SALE by the CANDLE, LLOYD'S C-ffee-Houfe in Lombard-Street, This Day, at 'Tivelve o\ lock at Noon, TH E La Gallere de Lan--guedec, a French Prize, taken by the Garlar.i Privateer, Capt. RobertTaierntr, Commander, a very fine Sailor. Square-ft;rn'd, Foreign-built, Burthen 200 Tons more or lefs, now lying at Horfiydvivn Upper Chain, Jnventorie- ro be had on board the faid Ship, at Sam's Coffee-h life near th; Cuftom-houfe, at the Place ofSule, and of D. H.S. AUGIER, Broker. N Otwithftanding the Ad dp" _ _ tional Duty on Wines, the WIDOW at the Royel-Excbangc WINE-HOUSE, in Sivitbins-Alley, continues to fell her WINES (which have met with continued Reputation) at the former Prices, -viz. RED and WHITE PORT at 6 1. per Gallon, or I r. 6 d. a Botrle. LISBON, at Ditto. And DRY MOUNTAIN, at 8 .'. perGation, or a r. a Bottle, Deliver'd to any Part of the Town by Orders dire&ed as above. %* The WIDOW ftill continues to keep the ORDINARY open at Nine-pence per Head; Dinner to be on Table exactly at Half an Hour after Two o'Clock.-PUNCH fold in Small Quantities, and as good in Quality as in any Punch-Houfe in London. For the TEETH, Ately found out fbv a Gentleman travelling through TURKY) to be the moft excellent DEN TJFRICE ever yet in Ufe ; by a few Times rubbing to the Teeth, it rendeu them white as Ivory, though ever fo black, provided they are not decay'd ; not only beautifies them, but preferves them from rott ng, and entirely deftroys the Scurvy in the Gumsj it likewife cutcs the TOOTH-ACH, by rubbing the Teeth, and Gum round it; no Perfon need fear any bad Efte�\s, fuch as too frequently proceed from Compofitions, thi �y�-a^fa^ft^^fartin the Mediterranean : And T. Carew, Efq; in Favoar of Annual Parliaments. 2. The Surrender of Cape Breton, with theArticlcs of Capitulation ; and the Importance of it to theBritifh Nation. 3. A Letter from Oanhekoe Sachem cf the Mohfgan Indians, to Mr. Nicholas Halhm, of Connecticut. 4. Remarkable Engagement of Capt. Brett. 5. French Account of the Battle of Fonteooy, 6. Mr. Trevor's Memorial to the States General. 7. Remarks on the City of B--h, the Waters, Company, Diver-fions, &c. there. -S. r,,l,m>.ll? nn Hnfl�nHrv r>rnmm>n^. 9. Method for preferving Corn fweetin Sacks. 4 10. From the Weekly Effays, viz. A new Scheme for preferving andemploying our Ships of War ; on the Removal of the Seatof Empire and Commerce j Sequel of the Dialogue between Hand E ; Difficulties to be refolv'd with regard to the Battle af Fontemy j Text for a Political Sermon ; Brdily Wits, tec. 11. Poetry: Night defcrib'd ; Cantata for the nth of June ; on the late Aftions ici Flanders ; on a young Lady that painted ; the Congratulation, fet to Mufick, Sec. Sec 12. The Monthly Chrsnologer j SelTions at the Old-Baiiy ; Execution? ; General Court of the S. S. Company, Sec. 13. Promotions ; Marriages and Births j Deaths j Bankrupts. 14. Foreign Affairs. 15. A Catalogue of Books and Pamphlets, with their PriceJ-Printed for T. Aftley, Remov'd from Si. Paul's Churchyard, to the Rofe in Pater-nofler Row. ADVERTISEMENTS are ca ken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-ftreer. z z z z 3 �2
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