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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 17, 1845, London, Middlesex                                N CM I. 3355. / SATURDAY,   August 17,   1745 Deal, Augitft HE Mei/of War, with tie Out-ward-bound Ships remain, as in my lalt; with the Sally and Fanny, Neven, for New-England ; and the Merryroack,Cock, for Virginia. Arrived this Morning from Newcaftle the Mary and Alice ;  and the Ifabella, both for Portfmouth.     Wind S.byE. LONDON. Orders are iflued out from the War-Office for putting ferthwih aH the Forts, Caltles, Havens, &c. into a Pof-iure of Defence. It was reported laft Night that an Exprefs was arrived with an Account, that Oilend had iurrendered to the French. The Prizes mention'd to have been brought into Plymouth, by Admiral Martin, are The Panther, a French Man of War, of 24 Guns and 160 Men, taktn on the 24th of July by his Majelty's Snip the Monmouth, Cape Harrifon. The St. Paul, Capt. Jappie, bound from St. Domingo to Rochel, taken by the Fleer.   And A Privateer, of eight Carriage and four Swivel Guns, who was a!(o taken by the Fleet. The Eag'e Privateer, Capt. Bazely, failed from Dover on WeJneltlay lair, and return'd on Thuriday with a large Cutter from France, with a valuable Cargoe of 1 ea and Brandy on bo ird. On the 12th Inlhnt the Rochefie- Privateer Capt. Ctck-bjrne, failed from iJuiouth, on a* Cruize. Latt Tuefday the I'age Tender, aflilied by a Cufrom-boule Sloop, feiz-jd off Dungends, a Smuggling Cutter, laden with Brandy, which they have lent to London. Extra J of a Letter from Brijh!, Augufi \2. ' The Sheemels and Southwell Privateers are now in ' Dock, repairing the Damages they (uitained in the:rlnte ' Engagement with the t-\o French Men of War formerly 1 mentioned, th.:n which a more de'pe.a-e one perhnps ' never happened ; it is hard to diftingu fh which of our ' Pr vareers fufFcred molt; but a' I have lbme Acquaintance ' on board the Soutmvjj, I have been more obfervent ccn-' corning her; and find from the Account taken by the ' .Clerk telonging to her, that fhe fired 827 Urge Shot. 4 and as great a Comity of Small-Shot as couid be fi eu by ' the like Number of A'Jen in the f-.riie "lime ; fhe had ?1- < molt all her Standing and Runn'ng Rigging cut to l,;cces ;  her Fore-top-Mall, Mizen-top-Malf, Fore-Yard, and two ' Studding-fail Booms fhot away ; her Fore-Malt, Mizen-' Malt, fpare Main-top-Mafl and Crofs-Jack Yard wound-' ed.   The Ship hali'd in 32 Places, and two Boats ftove ;  and had kill'd, Mr. Panfh, the Mailer at Arms, Mr. ' Portlock, a Midfhipman, and 13 other common Sea-' men ; and had wounded, Mr. Fea, the Firlt-Lieutenant, ' Mr. Cookfon, the Third-Lieutenant, Mr. Dyck, the ' Carpenter, and 1 5 common Seamen : And had 19 blown ' up by Gun-powder ; and htr Sails were entirely fhot  --ma    B  r . ^ .        ^>    -       T .       -     . will be difcontinu�i until further Notice, and the Door� free on Monday as on other Days. Plenty of Carp, Perch, &c. and every Thing as cheap as in any Tavern in London. -Orders for particular Dinners may be left at Wenman's Punch-Houfe^behind the Royal-Exchange, the Night before, and every Thing will be provided. Hvgh Water this Day at London-Bridge at 23 Minutes after z. Bank-Stock 143.   India Ditto 173 1 half.   South-Sea Stock 103 a 102 j 8thsa 3 1 half.    Ditto Old Annuities 108 1 half a 1 4th.   Ditto New 107 a 106 78ths.   Three per Cent. Annuities 87 1 4th a 87.   Ditto 1742, 87 1 4th a 87.   Ditto 1 743 and 1744, 87 1 4th a 87.   Ditto 174c. 87 a 86 7 8th a 87 1 4th. Million Bank 115. Equivalent no 1 half. Royal AfTurance 82 1 half.   London Alfurance 11 1 8th. Englifh Copper 5 1.   Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price.   Five per Cent. Ditto no Price.   Bank Circulation 5 1. js. ,6 d. a 5 1.   India Bonds 21 s. a 16 s. a 18 s. a" zos,   TJuee .and a half Salt Tallies 7363 4tbs Difc.   Three and a, half per Cent. Exchequer Orders no Price.    Three per Cent. Ditto no Price. Lottery Iickets 11 s. Prem.   Life Annuities 14 Years Purchalc. G O O D M A NVF I E L D S. AT the NEW WELLS, the Bottom of I.emon-Jlreet,  Goodman i-Fields, this Evening, will be feveral Now Performance, vix. Dancing by Mr. Shawford, Madem. Duval. Mr. Chettle, Mrs. Morris, Mr. Cutting, Mifs Shawf'ord, Mr. Biker, and Mrs. D -minique. Rope-Dancing fey Mont". Hendrklt, Mr. Morris, &c. Singing by Mr. Cuijninpham, and Mr. Afpey. Tumbling, Ladder-Dancing, and feverjl New Equilihres by Monf. Hendrick, with a Pyramid of G biles, all fupported by a Needle, with its Point upon the Edge of a Glnfh, whrch he hoMs in his Mouth. To which will be added a new Entertainment, call'd HARLEQUIN a  DESERTER-, Or, i be Camp of Love. To Conclude with an Exaft R eprelentation of the Storming, Cannonading, Bombarding, and Taking F O K i    L C) U1SBUURG, \Nith the Landing Commodore WARREN ; and will in Honour of that great Exploit, Exhibit feveral Curious FIRE-works, which has given great batisfaction to all that have honour'd hirn with their Company. Nor.-, The Scenes, Machines, m'.ifick, and Cloath;, are all entirely New, and not borrnw'd from any other Entertainments. Evrry One will be admitted for a Pint of Wine or Punch as ufual. To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. NEW     WELLS. AT the New Wells, near the  London-* Spaiv, Chrhniucll, this and every Evening (during the Summer Seafonj will be prefented Variety of New Performances, vix. Tumbling by Mr. Williams, Mr. Rayner, and Mr. Hough. Rope-Dancing by the celebrated Mifs Rayner, who walks up  a Slanting Rope 100 Feet long, from the Bottom of the Stage to the Upper Gallery. Variety or New Songs by Mr. Brett, Mi's Lincoln, and Mifs Vayx. Several Grand Dances,   Serious and Comic. The famous Young GIANT will perform the Part of the Soldier in the Soldier, Sailor, Tinker, c/ayhr, and Buxom Joan of Deftfcrd The Whole to Conclude with anew Entertainment of Mufick, call' BACCHUS   and   CIRC E. Interfpers'd with a new Piece in Grotefque Characters, call'3 As You Like It j or, Harlequin'.-, Whim. Bacchus by Mr. Brett ; Circe by Mifs Lincoln ; The Character o* Harlequin by Mr. Rofoman ;' Servant by Mr. Hough ; Colombine by Mrs. Hough. Tbe Scenes, Machines, Mitjick, .and H'r.jpts, all entirely New, To begin every .Evening at Five s'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. At LLOYD'S Coffee-Houfe in Lombard-Street, On rVedne/Jay, Au^uft 21, at Twelve 6'Clock at Noon, THE Princefs Augusta Privateer, Capt. Eli at LeGrofe, Com-mander, late Lord Baltimore's Yatch, River-built, Burthen 130 Tons more or lefi, with 14 Carriage and 13 Swivel Guns, now lying in the Great Soutb-Sea JVett-Dsck, being exceeding well found for a Privateer, and juftly ef� teemed one of the fineft Sailor* in England, and fit for immediate Service. Inventories may be had on Board the faid Ship, at Sam's Coffee* houfe near the Cuftom-hoafe, at the Place of Sale, and of P.FEARON and M.HUDSON, Brokers, in Nicholas-Lane, Lombard-Street. For SALE by the CANDLE, At LLOYD'S Coffee-Houfe in Lombard Street, On Wednefday ,iex', at liielve vCick at Noon, '   "HE Sloop call'd the GEORGE and ELIZABETH, law in the Cod Trade, Getrge Aiderjon, Mafter, lying at HorJUy-dtiun Chain, Riv:r-built, well found, Burthen Co T 'nore or lefs, the Hull; Sec. in exceeding        Order. Inventories to be feen on Board, and at thft Place of Sale.   To be Sold by D. H.S. AUGIER, Broker. T For SA L E by the CANDLE, /^/LLOYD'S Cojfee-Houf in Lrpmbard-Streer, On  Wcdne/day next,   at favf :e o'Clock at Noon, IHE goo,! Ship Chance, Burthen 120 Tons more or lef<, lying Henry Bird's Ways, Rotberbitb, Capt. Butk, Com-mander. Inventories to be feen on Board, and at the Place of Sale.   To be Sold by D.H.S. AUGIER, Broker. For  SALE by tbe CANDL E, At GARRAWAY's Coffee-Houfe in Exchange-Alley. On Wcd:iefdav tbe z%th Inf. at c uChck in tbe Afternoon, Ortv-feven Casks ard B.igs of COCOA F NUTS, juft Landed, and other Goods. Catalogues will be Timely difperfed by John Barnes and Dnek van Mildert, Brokers For SALE by the CANDLE, At the T^TRTlTji Lorree-Houle itTB^rTSin^ane^ In about Fourteen Days, For tbe Bemt of Mr. GRAY. AT the Half-Moon Tavern at SJv.idwelr*-Dock, on Thurfday next, will be perform'd a CONCERT of Vocal and Iriltrumental M      U      S Tickets Three Shillings each. I      C      K. A BALL after the Concert. w HER FAS a Letter directed to Mw . , Tbo. B.ijhett, at the King's Printing-Houfe in .Rlack-Fryars, fign'd Dcmipbilus, has been receiv'd. Mr.BaJkett returns his Thanks for the Subject of the Letter, and be,gs the Favoiv.of Demopiilut to 1st him knowwhere he may be waited on. WHEREAS it was inferted in Friday*?1 Daily Advertifer, trrat Ralph Wheeler was committed to Clerkenwell Bridewell by Sir Thomas De Veil, for ftealing a Silver Watch, the Property of Mr. Paul-Portinier, as was a certain Pawnbroker to the Gatehoufe, for receiving the fame, knowing it to be ftolen : And whereas the Perfon committed for receiving the fame, is therein faid to be a Pawnbroker, with a Defign, as is .conceived, to caft a Reflection on the Profeflion. The Pawnbrokers following that Bufinifs, and no other, and who lately jubmitted tbemfthes to,a Parliamentary Enquiry, in Juftifica.tion of their Bufinefs, think it incumbent upon themfelves to inform the Town, in this publick Manner, that the Perfon fo committed was not a- Pawnbroker, but a Journeyman to a certain Sale/man ; it being from Paragraphs of this Kind, defignedly put in by Enemies to the Profeflion," that the Odium againft the Bufinefs hai chiefly rifen. For  SALE by tbe CANDLE, On Monday 'the iqtb Inft. at tbe JRofe in Sandwich, Kent, ABOUT 263 Pieces of fine French Brandf^ taken by the,Swift and Fox Privateers in the St. Pierce. Catalogues will be Timely delivered by ROBERT ALSTON, Broker, In Exchange-Alley. ## The Samples of the fanse to be feen and tatted at the faid.Robert Alfton'i Office in Exchange-Alley, and at the Place of Sale. THE following Prize Goods, being the Cargoe of the AFRICAN from Mattinko, taken by the Sborebamind Leoftojf Privateers.   Confifting of 253 Hogfheads of Sugar, loo Barrels        7      , , ,. 36 Hogfheads   \   of Coffee' 4. Bales of Cotton. 12 Elephants Teeth, t Calk of Cocoa, Catalogues will be Timely difperfed by WILLIAM and HENJAMIN VAUGHAN, And KELLAND   HEATH, Brokers. z X z 9 PAWNED   or   SOLD, On or bet-ivten tbe i&tb of July laji, and tbe 6tb of the fr;-fent Month of Augttfl, from an Hjufe near St. 'Jantes's-Square ; TWO Holland Shifts trimm'd with Cam-bricks. Whoever will bring the faiJ Two Shjff. nr give any Tiding- nf tnem to Mr. Tuck,  at the Golden Sugar Loaf, near the Star and. llit.l!l   HI  iril .   X UVIl.,     at   nil.  -. ~. -        --c------- Garter Tavern in Pall-Mali, and will difcover who pawned or fold them, (hall have Five Guineas Reward, befides theMoney return'd that ivas given far them ; and the Advertifer hereof faithfully promifes, that the Perfon fo difcovering the -Fa&, fhall come to no Manner of Harm, or be injured by it. THAT the fame Perfon late of CirenceJIer in Gloucifterjbire, who has for thefe Twenty Years part, fold PERUKES at St. Sepulchres Coffee-houfe on Snow-Hill, has for Sale, at the fame U�fasa�i rwtthhSiMtTiSPr nf ill Snrn if Perukes, vix. Brigadier!, Spencers, Bobs and Naturals, made of true Weft Country Country Hairs j which he will fell, One Pound in Five cheaper than any that can be bought, in or about Town, of equal Goodnefs, as will appear to thofe wh� are Judges, by the low Prices fix'd to each, without Abatement. Attendance every Day, during Day-Light, 'till all are fold. J.    N   E   W   BE   R   Y, REmoved from the Bible and Crown without Temple-Bar, to the Bible and Sun, near the Cbapter-boufe in St. Paul's Churcb-yard. Of whom may be *hadj Wholefale and Retaie, (By Authority of the King's Royal Letters Patent) 1. Mr. Greennogh's Tinctures for Cleaning and Preferring the Teeth.^flft Curing the Tooth-Ach.. Price 1 s. z z �z z z vim, 18." ^frrHo'operT- .________ . ,   , . Betton's only True Britilh Oil, 1 s. LIKEWIS Friar's Balfam of Health, 1 s. The Golden Cephalick Drops for the Head, i �. 6 d. Daffy's Elixir truly prepared, is. 3d. A S    A L s O, Great Variety of Common Prayers and Bibles in the neateft Binding*. 9 z 3- 4- 5-6. ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee--House, in Lombard-ftreet.   

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