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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 15, 1845, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. THURSDAY,   August 15,   1745- Dealt Auguji 13. AILED this Morning his Maje-,fly's Ships Dover, and Folkltone, ,the Weazle Sloop, and a Dutch .,Man of War, to the Northward. Remain in the Down3 the DVike, and Prince George Man of VVar, "jEtna Firefhip, arid the "Outward-bound.    Arrived the  St. Clare, Addis, from South Carolina, for Rotterdam. Wind 3.W. Grave/end, Auguji 13.   Pafs'd by the Gibraltar, -, from Leghorn. The Polly, Joy, from Antigua, is arrived at Virginia. The Molly, -, from Virginia atBriitol. LONDON. ExtraS of a private Letter from the Hague, Atguft 14. ' Some of the publick Papers told us a. few Day ago, � that the Frenco Troops had plundered the Town of * Huy ; and fince that they have laid, that the Troops of � the Allies had burnt the Magazines of Forrage which ' the French had made in the faid Town and at other * Places in the County of Liege.   The Regard we have for * Truth obliges us to inform the Publick, that the Country * of Liege, having chcfen a Neutrality, ought therefore ' to be iecure from any Infults, and enjoy the fame Free-' dom of Lommerce both at home and abroad, as is en-' joy'd by the Litiesof Dort, Amlterdam, Rotterdam ^nd ' others, where all Sons of Goods and Merchandize are ' dany bought up, and frnt off for Spain, Fiance, and all * Farts of the World. Und r Favour of this r reed, m of ' Trade, io:ne Burghers of Dinnt, Liege, Huy and Bra-' bant did jom in Partnership to buy u^j Hay and Straw, ' to'fell again either to the Forra^e--ontraiflcrs for the ' Ga rilon ^f Nature, to whom chey ht.d already deiiveied ' above 6-02 Quintals, or to the Troops that pafs through * or ioj iuin, fucceffively in the County of Liege ; which * they did without any Favour or Partiality 10 either Side, ' no Body having oee:i able to prove that they bought or ' laid up ar.y Fo:rage for the Account of the French Com-1 mifiaries. Matters Handing thus, aie Binon, Captain of ' an Independent C mprmy in tiie Army of the Allies, en-4 tred Huy on the zyth of July, with a Detachment of * the Garnfcnof Namure, and after having burnt the Pro-' v;fi n or S;raw which (everal Burghers had by them in ' their Houles, he proceeded to '1 hiange and other Vil-' lage5, where he fet Fhre to upwards of 24 Hay-Ricks, * which the Company abovemencioned had gather d toge-' ther fince the Ytari742. Upon which M. Hulfc, Mi-' niiier of the B;lhop and Prince of Liege, received L et-' ters from this hit City, dated the gth [nltant, expreffing * gre^t Surprze at this Way of Proceeding ; obferving at ' the fame time, that itmuit produce an effect, quite con- * trary to what might be experfted or intended from it, � fince all that Forrage was to have been fent to the Queen ' of Hungary's and the RepubLck's Troops in Gajrifon at * Namure and Charleroy ; that the faid Company's Cor-' refpondents in the/e two Towns, remark in their Letters * the Uneafinefs they are under leit the French fhould � make Reprifals. in burning the Forrag" they may fufpect , * to be delhned for the Troops of the Allits, and that they ' leave the World to judge, who fuffcrs moli by it, the * Company who arc turned by burning their Forrage, or � the Inhabitants of the Country of Liege, or the Garrifon * of Namure and ihe Troops of the Allies ; or lallly, the * French Armies, who are in no Want of Forrage in the ' plentiful Country they are now Mailers of. Letter from Lrvrrf oA, dated Aug. ii. ' This Diy arrived here the Penelope, Hardwin, from ' Oporto, after 10 Days Paffage.-She came out with * the Blake and Thurloe Privateers, Capt. Edmonfon, and . * Capt. Cannon, both belonging to this Place, and brings ' the following Account, viz. ' That on the 16th ult. at 4 in the Afternoon, in Lat. * 45. 19. they faw five Sail, and came up with one of ' them, which prov'd to be a large Merchantman, Out- * ward-bound from Brell ; bur as they were making her � ilrike her Colours, a French Man of War, of 40 Guns, ' came up to her Afliftance, and engaged the Thurloe and * Blake, Yard-Arm and Yard-Arm, lor four Hours, and * then fheer'd off, with the Merchantman, who aflifled her � all the Time ; and were both much fhatcer'd.-TheCap-� tains, as well as the Crews of both Privateers, behav'd 4 with the utmoit Bravery, and would certainly have taken * them", had not Night prevented it.---There were fix � kill'd, and 11 wounded, on board the Thurloe ;and one � kilPd on board the Blake.' The Refolution Privateer, Capt. Ley, of Barnftaple, took on the 6th Inflant, a French Ship call'd the City of Honfleur, from the Banks of Newfoundland, laden with Fifh anJ Oyl ; but he ranfom'd her for io.oco Livres. On Tuefday laft the Carlifle Privateer, Capt. Owen, arrived off Dover; and fent in there a Ship from Hamburgh, bound co Roan, call'd La Ville de Havre, laden with Bale Gcods, and other Merchandize, which is like to prove a valuable Prize. On Thurlday laft came to Spithead a Dutch Man of War. with three Tranfports, having on board Naval Stores and Provifions for three of their Ships, viz. two of 54 Guns in Portsmouth Harbour, and one of 72 at Spithead. Yelterday the Merchants concern'd in the Welt-Jndia Trade, gave an elegant Entertainment to Commodore Knowles, and fome other Officers of the Royal Navy, at Pontack's. By Letiers of the 13th, from Dover, we are inform'd, that Marfhal Belleifle, and his Brother, were ftill at that Ph.ce. Q.) Saturday laft his Majefty's Plate of One Hundred Guineas for Mares, was run for at Black Hambleton, and won by Mr. Garrhfide's Chefnut Mare. Laft Friday Admiral Vernon quitted the St. George, a 90 Gun Ship, and hoifted his Flag on board the Princefs Royal. At the fame time Admiral Stuart hoilted his Flag on board the St. George. Yefterday came Advice, that the Fleet from Plymouth, under Convoy of his Majefty's Ship the Shoreham, and a Dutch Man of War, were arrived fafeat Oporto, the 26th of Jujy, OS. and that then the Ships for Lifbon were all welLoff Oporto. The Surprize Privateer, Capt. Redmond, is arrived at Falmouth, from her Cruize. The Briftol Privateer, Capt. Cleeves, is alfo arrived at Plymouth from her Cruize ; and brings an Account, that Admiral Martin had taken feven French Merchant Ships, and a French Man of War, of 26 Guns. Yeftercay Capt. Thomas Baily, of Rotherhith, formerly Hufband to the Royal African Company's Ships, was married to Mrs. Wright, Relict of Capt. Wright, formerly in the Guiney Trade, a very agreeable Lady, with a con-fiderable Foitune. Monday laft died on board the Sandwich Man of War at Ponfmouth, Mr. Malletc, a young Gentleman pcffefs'd of a large Etiate in Hampfhire, whofe excellent Skill in Navigation, Mathematicks,, and other ufeful Learning, attended with a free and eafy Difpofition, made him beloved by all that knew him : He intended to have gone ' a Voluntier with Admiral Vernon in his prefent Expedition. On Tuefday laft died at Deal, Mrs. Mary Stone, who, fince the Death of her Hufband, has enjoy'd the Place of Poll-mailer of that Town. On Tuefday iait happen'd at Maidenhead in Berkfhire, a molt violent Storm of Thunr.erand Lightning, attended with an excefiive heavy Rain, which did vail Damage to the Corn.-At the fame Lime one Mrs. Wells, aged 58, was killed by a Haiti, ai fhe was ipinning in her own Htule, about a Mile from that Place. The lame Day as Mr. Beechdm, Son of Mrs. Beccham, a Hofier in the Borough, was going to Burnet to vifit a Relation, he dropt down dead in cue Road of an Apoplec-tickhit. Newcaftlc, Auguji 10. We are affur'd, by a Letter from Capt. Lollingwood to a Gentleman in Town, that he receiv'd a Wound by a Mulk t Ball in the late Action near Ghent ; that toe Ball entered mar his Kidney, and went quite through him ; his Wound was not dreL'd till he ar-nv'd at Lille, whtn it was laid open about tight Inches ; and he now grows better every Day. Admiralty-Office, Auguft 6, 1745.   4* / a EVERAL of his Majejifs Ships fitting out ^f4W for the Sea in the Ports of this Kingdom, being in immediate Want of a Supply of Seamen for prefent Service, the L?rds Commiffioners of the Admiralty have, with the Afpro-batitn of their Excellencies the Lords J;tftices, ordered every Sixth Seaman to be taken from the Crew of all Ships or Vef-fels having ProteBions, Boys under eighteen Tears, and Old Mtn excei ding Fifty Years not being ejltemed in the Number of the Creiv. But their Lordjhips do hereby declare, that all Seamen fo taken, fhall be dijeharged, whenever they defere it, after the 30th Day of November next coming, and /hall have a Ticket made out for their Wages ; and their Lordjhips are authorized by their Excellencies the Lords fuflices to declare, that the Wages due on fuch Tickets Jhall be forthwith paid by the T>eafurer of the Navy: And they Jhall befides have a Proteclion from their Lordjhips to fecure them for one Month from the Prefs. ^   Tho. Corbett. High Water this Day at Lonaon-Bridgc at 44 Minutes after 1. Bank-Stock i 74 1 half. 144 1 4th a 144. South-Sea stock India Ditto 175 i half 104 1 4th a 105 1 half. 11 . Ditto Old Annuities 109 1 half a 1 4th. Ditto New 108 a 107 1 half. Three per Cent. Annuities 88 1 4th ai 8th. Ditto 1742, 88 1 4th a 1 8th. Ditto 1743 and ,744> 88 1 4th a 1 8th. Ditto 1745, 83. Million Bank 115. Equivalent 110 1 half. Royal Affurance 82 1 half. London Affurance 1 1 i 8th. Engiifh Copper 5 I. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no price. Five per Cent. Ditto no Price. Bank circulation 5 1. 7 s. 6 d. India Bonds 1 1. 4 s. Three and a half Salt Tallies 6 1 4th Di;c. Tnree and a half per Cent. Exchequer Ordeis no Price. Three per Cent. Ditto no Price. Lottery 'I ickets 12 s. Prem.   Life Annuities 14 a! 4th Years Purchase. Admiralty-Office, Auguft b, 1745. crH'E Lords CommiJJioners of the Admiralty d& M hereby JlriStly direfi fuch of the Petty-Ofji cers and Fore-maf-Men late belonging to his Majejlys late Ships the An-glefea and Solebay, nv/.o are returned from France, and are not already entered to jervi in fome of his Majejifs Ships, to repair immediately the former on boatd the Tilbury and the latter on board the Ruby, b:th Ships fitting out at Portfmouth, on board which Ships thty will be paid their Wages for the Anglefea and Solebay, before the Tilbury and RuDy proceeds to Sea, and Conduct-Money alh<*?d them, and Carriage for their Chefs aud Bedding to Portfmouth. B ,t if any of the fa'd Men fail to repair as above dirccled, they will not only hfe their Wages for the Anglefea and Solebay, but the Ma-jhal of the Admiralty will be ordered to apprthind them, in order to their being tried at a Curt-Martial as Dejei ters. Tho. Corbett. War-Office, Auguft 13, 1745. /T is their Excellencies the Lords Jujlices Di-reStions, that all Officers belonging to his Majeffs Land Forces Jerving in England or Scotland, do immediately repair to their refieclive Psjh. Will. Yon ge. MARSHALL,   Mayor. Tuefday the 23d Day of July, 1745, and in the Nineteenth Year of the Reign of King GEORGE the Second of Great-Britcun, Sec. /T is Ordered that the Two Marfhals of this City do uf their bejl Endeavours fj fpprefs all publick and private Gaming-Houfes, winch they at any Time Jhall know, or be informed of, within this City and Liberties thereof i and that they apprehend the Keeper of any fuch Houfes, as well fuch Perfons as Jhall be found Gaming therein, and carry fuch Ofenders as thty /hall fo apprehend, before fome Magifrate of this Ci'y to be Examined, and dealt n^ith according to Law. 3 M A N. NEW WELLS AT the New Wells, near the Spaiv, Clerktnwdl, this anievery Evening (during the Summer Seafon) wilJ be prefented Variety of New Performances, f/'as. Tumbling by Mr. Williams, Mr. Rayner, and Mr. Hough. Rope-Dancing by the celebrated Mifs Rayner, who walks up  a Slanting Rope ioo Feet Jong, from the Bottom of the Stage to the Upper Gallery. Variety of New Songs by Mr. Brett, Mi's Lincoln, and Mifs Vaux. Several Grand D.mces,   Serious and Comic. The famous Young GIANT will perform the Part of the Sildicr, in the Soldier, Sailer, Tinker, Taylor, and Buxom Joan of Dcptford. The Whole to Conclude with a new Entertainment of Mufick, call'd BACCHUS   and   CIRC E. Interfpers'd with a new Piece in Grotefque Characters, call'd As You Like It j or, Harlequin'.^ Whim. Bacchus by Mr. Brett ; Circe by Mifs Lincoln ; The Character of Harlequin by Mr. Rofoman ; Servant by Mr. Hough ; Colombine by Mrs. Hough. The Scenes, Machines, Mujick, and Drrffis, all entirely New. To begin every Evening at Five �'Clock Each Perfon will be admitted for a Pint of WINE or PUNCH, To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. *#* Every Evening there will be new Performances. G O O D M A N's-F I E L D S. T the NEW WELLS, the Bottom of .emon-Jlreet,  Goodman s-Fields, this Evening, will be feveral New Performances, vix. Dancing by Mr. Shawford, Madem. Duval, Mr. Chettle, Mrs. Morris, Mr. Cufting, Mifs Shawford, Mr. Baker, and Mrs. D-minique. Rope-Dancing by Mpnf. Hendrick, Mr. Morris, &c. Singing by Mr. Cunningham, and Mr. Afpey. Tumbling, Ladder-Dancing, and feveral New E^uilibres 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 anew Entertainment, call'd HARLEQUIN a  DESERTER; Or, The Camp of Love. To Conclude with an Exact Reprefentatiorj of. the Storming, Cannonading, Bombarding, and Taking FORT   LOUISBOURG, With the Landing Commodore WAR REN j and will in Honnur of that great Exploit, Exhibit feveral Curious FIRE-WORKS, which has given great Satisfaction to all that have honour'd him with their Company. 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 afual. To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. For  S A L E by the C A N D L E, At the MARINE Loffiee-houfe in Birchm-Lane, r     l        i To-morro-w,   at Three o'Llxk in the  Afternoon prccfely. Undo��-(i 1 -tpw Wim&xTtoigFGi^iy'Qmkr uf 1 * rtffigwmfju THE Stocks in Trade of Mr. William Brittan, late of Lynn ; and Mr. Felix Molhy, o f Gersrd-Jirtet, Linen-Drapers an 1 Bankrupts. Alfo the Goods of Mr. Mackeen of TbiftleiUQrtb ; and Mr. Hugh Wallace of Newport Pagaell, Linen-Diapsas and Chapmen, vix. 2-< 150 Hollands 144 Table Cloths. 14 MufliBS. * 70 Nuns Hollands. 80 Iri/h Lirmens, 50 D u'as. 160 Clear Lawns �nd Cambricks. 100 Hambro'and Holland whited Long Lawns. 270 Pomerjnia Linens. 230 3 4ths and 5 4thsLinnens. 90 Nankeens. 36 Callicoe Shirts. 200 Piftol L�wns. 640 Gitlix. 1 So Printed Lrflens and Cotton*. 150 Quarter Lawn? printedChinte 8 Pair of Sheets. 38 White Cottons. 19 Dimities. 70 Silk and Cottoi^Gnwns. 70 Six Fourths an^Yard-wide Checks. 390 White and Brown Buckram* aco Dozen of Scotch and printed Handkerchiefs. 34 Pieces of Sheeting. The above Goods to be feen at robert kirke's WlRhoufe, the Upp:r-End of New-Rents, St. Manin's- It-Grand\ from this Pay to the Time of Sale. ROBERT KIRKE, Broker, In St. Mar Wis le-Grand. T HE real and entire Stock in Trade of Mr. FOELIX MOLLOY, late of Gerard ftreef, in Sobo, Linen-Draper, as they were taken at the Time of his Bankruptcy, without any Diminutionj together with his Houmold Furniture, will be Sold by AUCTION in a few Days at Cra-ven-Houfe in Wyib-Jlreet, and Catalogues thereof will be Timely difperfed by THO. JONES, Broker and Auctioneer, AS Y Gentleman having: an Office in the j. jl. Law, and being willing to difpofe thereof, or a Moiety of the Profits for the Sura of 400 1. or thereabouts, may hear of a p"rcha-fer, (who will be willing to execute the faid Office) by directing a Letter to S. H. at Lincoln's-Inn Fields Coffee-houfe. Note, Much Attendance will not be difagreeable. w H! RKAS a Letter directed to Mr. Tho. Batkett, at the King's Printing-Houfe in Black-Fryars, fign'd Demopbilus, ha. been receiv'd. Mr.BaJkett returns his Thanks for the Subject of the Letter, and begs the Favour of Demopbtlus. to lat him knowwherehe may be waited on. AD VERTISEMEN TS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd s- Coffee-Hou^e, in Lom bard-ftrect.   

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