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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 20, 1845, London, Middlesex TUESDAY, August 20, 1745. Didy Auguji 18. jj|ia'lVED hi*- MajeflyV Ship th6 Glafgow, from Hull Came down Matthew, Warner.; Warwick, Cbmift ; �nd Maryland' Merchant,-, for Gibraltar ; the Charming Molly, Kelly, for Newfoundland-, aed remain with the Royal George, and! Duke Men of War, Mm* Firefhip,. and Outward-bound. Juit arriv'd bis Majeity's Ship Mary. Gaily, from the WelUvard ; and the Cokhellet Eaft-Indiaman from Plymouth j Britannia, Hutchinfon, from Virginia j Plymouth, Smith, from Plymouth ; and feveral Coafters. Wind W.byS. GravefenJ, Auguji 18. Pafs'd by the Poftillion, Lev�r, from Damzick. LONDON. ExtraS of a private Letter from Amjlerdam, Auguji 20, N.S. * After the Minifters of Pruffia and the'Ele&or Palatine, � had declared that they would aflift at no future Conferen-4 ccs, until the Grievances complained of in their Memo-4 rials fLould be redreffed, and proteiled againil every Thing that might be refolved upon in thofe Conferences ; 4 eh? Miniller of Meniz, feconded by the Hanoverian 4 Minifter, and the Miniiter of Triers too, as we are afltt-4 red, piopofcd to open the Conferences for the Election of 4 a King of the Romans, Emperor ; but the Minifters of 4 Cologne, Saxony and Bavaria, having alledged that they 4 had no lnftrudtions the Propofal was dropt, nor can any 4 body foiefee when thofe Conferences may be opened. * The Grievances contained in the Memorials of the 4 Pruffianand Palatine Minifters, roul chiefly on the refto-4 ring the Activity of the Vote of Bohemia, the Freedom 4 of the Eleftors, and the Oath they agree to take. The King of Pruffia and the Elector Palatine demand, that thefe three Points be fettled by the Electoral College, be-4 fore they proceed to the Election, inafmuch as. two of 4 them are actually violated? tho' they are the moft effen-4 tial Part of the Golden Bull, which is the Foundation of 4 the German Conllitution and Liberties. 4 They wii.e from Drelden, that Count Bunau,whom the 4 King of Poland has appointed his iecond Embaffudur to ' the Dyet of Elcclion, was geit'ng ready his Equipages, 4 tut that in all appearand; it Would be three of four 4 Weeks yet before he lets our. * The King of Pruflia's Defign in aflembling fo many 4 Troops in brandenboutg, Hill appears a Myft-iy to us. Few People can yet be perfuaded, that he intends to fail 4 upon Saxony. Some Politicians rather incline to think 4 that all thofe Troops will march towards the Rhine, upon 4 Pretence of fecuring the Freedom of the Imperial E-4 lection againft the Grand Dtk;'s Army. ExtraQ of a Letter from Hanover, Auguji 17, -N.S. 4 A Courier is juit arrived from Drefdeo, difpatched by 4 the King's Miniller there, with Advice, that the King 4 of Poland having been informed of all the falfe Reports 4 fpread by the Enemies of the Empire and the Common 4 Caufe, concerning the Difpofnions he is in with Rtfpect 4 to the approaching Election of an Emperor, his Polifh 4 Majefty fent for the faid Miniller, and declared to him, 44 That tho' he was fully perfuadtd all thofe Artifices *' were not capable of making the leaft Impreffion on his " Britannick Majefty, or creating any Sufpicions in him, 44 he was neverthelefs very glad to take this Opportunity to " renew his moil fokron and ltrong Affurances, that he /' never'would deviate in the lcaft from ail that had been 44 agreed upon and llipulated ; and that his Majefty had al-44 ready delivered to his Embaffudors, appointed for the " Dyet of Election, proper Orders and Inftructibns to be-*' have, agreeable to the pubhek Declarations formerly " made by him. 1 4 The Court has been ahogether as well pleafcd with 4 the laft Letters from Francfort, as with the above-4 mentioned Difpatches from Drefden ; thofe Letters im-"* porting, among other Things, that the Elector of Mentz 4 would cartainly be at Francfort the 23d of this Month ; ' that a bet:er Harmony was never Known among the 4 Electoral EmbaiTadors who have unanimoufly refolved to ' give the BranJenbourg and Palatine Minifters juft Satis-' faition on the Subject of their lalt Memorial, andt like 4 true Patriots, to jay afukr all private and ftlf-intereiled Vie-As, in order to let the Empire fpeedily have a Head 4 worthy of that high Dignity. We hear by the fame 1 Leuer, that it is reckoned the Conferences for proceeding 4 to that Election will be opened the 27th or 28th of this ' Mci.th,' Some Letters from Paris advife, that the Count de Clar-rr.r;-.- arrived there the nth Inltant, N.S. from the Army " in f'Lnders, and that when he took his Leave of the King, he Lid that his precarious State of Health did not permit him to fee the Remainder of the Campaign ; but many People will have it, that this Prince has left the Army in a S'jrt of Per, becaufe he wasiiot charged with the Direction "of the Siege of Oftend, preferable to Count Lowen- . dahl.. ^ Yefterday arrived an Exprefs from Portfmouth, with .Advice, that his Miajefty's Sloop the Shark was ppme into ' �hat Port, from Gibraltar i who has pn bpar^jCor^rnodore 'Cooper, and Capt. Ambtofe.-By this,Ship corns* Advice, * that Commodore Townftttnd, with the following Ships' , junder his Command failed from Gibraltar thje 2d Infant, for the Well-Indies, viz. the DorfetXbji^ tpfvyich, Prin- * ceffa, Wo celler, Kingflon, Hampshire, and -Gibraltar.- The following Ships were alfo failed frpm jGijjrpltar for Lifbon, viz. Neptune, Torbay, Elisabeth, Dragon, and KennJngton.-And Admiral .Rowley, with the reit of the Fleet, is gone up to Genoa. We bear that when the Letters came away from Portfmouth on Sanday lalt, Admiral Vernon had juft made the ' Signal for failing. Yefterday- the Lords of the Admiralty ordered fix'Men of War to fail immediately for the Coafls of Scotland. We h'ear from Leverpool, that the Maft�r of a Veffel arrived there, hath made Oath before the Mayor of that Town, that the Pretender's Son is actually landed in Scotland, which Affidavit is tranfrnitted to London. Extra<3 of Letter from Glafgoiv, Auguji 12. 4 We are alarmed in this Country juit now, with the 4 News, of an intended Infurre&ion among ft fome of the 4 Highland Clans. The Duke of Argyle has' wrote Cir-4 cular Letters to his Vaffals and Dependants, to have all their Tenants in readinefs to over-awe the Difaffected : 4 But if our Reports be true, this ha* not hindred fome of ' them, in Lorn, from appearing in Arms already.-All the Soldiers marched out of tin's Town this Day for Perth 4 and Stirling; and two Days before fome Parties met pri-4 vately, without beat of Drum, or making any Noife, 4 about 8 o'Clock at Night, who it is faid were going in 4 Search of fome fufpected Perfons, againft whom Warrants 4 were iffued. General Cope, Commander in Chief of his Majefly's Forces in 'North-Britain, has publifhed an Order for all Military People to repair immediately to their refpective Pofb. And alfo an Order, for the Out-Penfioners belonging, to Chelfea-Hofpital, to repair forthwith to Edinburgh, and prefent themfelves to Lieutenant-General Gueft, or they will be immediately ftruckoffthe Lift of the faid Hofpital. Extrati of a Letter from Shields. 4 We have Advice, that a French Privateer is lying 4 about 20 Miles to the Northward of this Place, and 4 had taken two Coafters, and run two more on Shore.- 4 And fince we had the above Account, it is faid that the 4 faid Privateer had taken five more Veffels, fome of them 4 within fight of Cammas. They write from Cowes, that on the 16th Inft. the following Privateers put back there by contrary Winds, viz. the Shirley Gaily, Capt. Rous, bound for Cape Breton j the Cruizer, Capt. Sutherland ; and St. George, Capt. Medcroft. They write from Briftol, that there are now ready to put to Sea from that Place the following Privateers, viz. The Duke of Bedford of 26 Gun?, the Harlequin of 20 Guns, both fine new Ships ; the Rover of 22 Guns, the Prince Charles of 20 Guns, the Duke of Marlborough Ha'.e the Prune Miniller of London) of 20 Guns, and the Tr)ul of i8Guns.-The Vulture Privateer of 14 Guns, is a- gain fitting out for a Cruize. We hear that a Scheme is on Foot, and will be offered to the Confideration of Parliament for raifing Four Millions of Money for the Service of the enfuing Year, at Four per Cent. Some private Letters from Offend inform uc, that the French were preparing to befiege Bruffels, with 30,000 Men ; and that General Saxe, with the Main of the French Army was to cover the Siege. Sunday laft was married at Hackney, Mr. Robotham, an eminent Malt-Diftiller, to Mifs Amey Wocdhoufe, Niece of Richard Woodhoufe, Efq; of St. Ives in Hun:ing-donfhire, an agreeable young Lady with a large Fortune. They write from Canterbury, that the Hop are like to prove very bad, both in Kent and Surry j and that 61. 10s. per Hundred has already b^en given in that City. On Friday lad his Majefly's Plate of One Hundred Guineas was. run for on the Courfe near Lewes, and won by Mr. Martindale's Horfe Regulus. And 00 Saturday the 50 1. Plate was won by the Lady Fagg's Mare. On the 12th Inftant his, M-jefty's Plate of One Hundred Guineas was run for at York, and won by Mr. Vavaibr's Bay Horfe Champion. On the 13th, the Aged Plate was won by Mr. Martin-dale's Grey Horfe Sterling. On the 14th, the Six Year Old Plate was won by Mr. Ann's Bay Horfe Badfwortb. On the 15th, the Lady's Plate, for Five Year Olds, was won by Mr. Hartley's Chefnut Horfe Ltman. And, On the i 6th, the Four Year Old Plate was v/oa by Sir Harry Harpur's Bay Mare Black Eyes. The Entertainment of the Spring-Garden*, Vaux-Hal r=��^ will end, for this Seafon, oq Saturday next, the 24th inft. Mrs. Arne, Mr. Lowe, and'Mr. Rheinhold, will perform, every Evening this W�ek, fome new Songs ; particularly an Ode to Chearfuhtefs, writ by the Author of the Plea-fares of Imagination, and fet to Mufick by Mr. Arne.- The Entertainment will begin exactly at Six every Evening. The WAREHOUSE for Morning Gowns and Banjan is removed from Pope's-Head Alley, to the Woolpack'and Dolphin, Three Doors above Birchin-lane in Cornhill: Where great Variety of Gowns are kept ready niide, of rich Silk Damafkj, floe Scotch Plaids, Fjower'd Ruffels, Figur'd Grograms, Valluret5, &c. Alfo Banjans of fine Cloth, Duffins, Plajdsand Damafks. All fqrf's of Velvet-Caps and Safhes. ' SCOTLAND. Edinburg, A( e all Precautions jaije ufed to fecurc the Peace of the Na-' tion in general, and of this Capital in particular. Yefterday a few Field Pieces were taken from the Arfenal in tfreCaftle, and -etcorted by a Detachment to Stirling, / w^ere, it L faid, a,Camp will be formed, to which Place a great Number o/T?nt$ aje carried. - It is likewife faid, there; will be a CanSp'at'Perth, whither Col.'Gardner's Dragoons, &c. are ordered to march. * Yefternight one Alexander Fraaer, defign'd' Servant to John. Drutnmond, a Captain in the French Service, w^tt incarcerated in the Tolbooth of this City, by a Warrant4 from the Lord Advocate, on Sufpicion of Treafon.-.Hfr was taken from on Board one of the Ships that arrived on Saturday from Holland. Leith, Auguji 11, On Thurfday Afternoon the Swift Snow, belonging to the Eaft-India Company, William Steven Commander, who had been a cruizing for the Eail-India Ships, but not meeting with them, and his Time be~ ing out, on his Return was put up to this Road, and failed Yefterday. High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 57 Minutej after 4. Bank-Stock 143. India Ditto 173 1 half. South-Sea; Stock 103 Na ioz 7 8th�. Ditto Old Annuities 107 ""3 4ths a 108 a 7 3 4ths. Ditto New 106 1 8th a 1 4th. Three per Cent. Annuities 86 1 half a 3 4ths a 1 half. Ditto 1742, 86 1 half a 3 4tbs a 1 half. Ditto 1743 and 1744, 86 1 half a 3 4ths a 1 half. Ditto 1745, 86 a 1 half a 1 4th a 3 4ths a 1 half. Million Bank 115. Equivalent not half. Royil Affurance 82 1 half. London Affurancc 11 1 8th. Englifh Copper 5 1. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent. Ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 4 1. 15 s. a 5 1." India Bonds 13 s. a 10 s. aits. Prem. Three and a half Salt Tallies 7 s. a 6 s. 1 half a 3 4ths Difc. Three and a half per Cent.| Exchequer Orders no Price. Three per Cent. Ditto no Price. Lottery Tickets 10 I. us. Prem. Life Annuities 14 Years Purchafe. G O O D M A N's-F I E L D S. AT the NEW WELLS, the Bottom of Lemon-ftrect, Goodman"s-F'tldt, this Evening, will be feveral New Performances, The Gardners Dance (after the Manner of the Faufans) by Mr. Shawford, Madem. Duval, Monf. Hendrick, Mrs. Pritchard, Mr. Chettle, Mifs Shawford, Mt. Baker, aiid Mrs. Dominique, Mr. and Mrs. Cufliing. Alfo, The Mcrris Dancert, or The Merry Milk Maids. Rope-Dancing by Monf. Headrick, Mafter Jofeph, and others. Singing by Mr. Cunningham, and Mr, Afpey. Ladder-Dancing by Mr. Hendrick j and TumbJiag by Mr. Hendrick, Mafter Jofeph, Mafter Morgan, &c. To which will be added a n�w Entertainment, call'd HARLEQJJIN a DESERTER; Or, "The Camp of Love. To Conclude with an Exacl Representation of the Storming, Cannonading, Bombarding, and Taking FORT LOU 1 S B O U R G, With the Landing Commodore WAR k-en ; and wili in Hon ur of that great Exploit, Exhibit feveral Curious FIRE - works, which ha: given great Satisfaction to all that have honour'd him with their Company. Not:, 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. To begin every Evening at Five o'Clock. SADLER's-VY ELLS. T Sadler's-Wellsy adjoining to the New- River Head, IJlington, this and every Evening (during the Summer Seafon) will be I'be Usual Diversions of that Place. Confifting of Rope-Dancing by the celebrated Madem. Kerman, Monf. Janno, Mafter Kerman and Matier Francis. Tumbling by Monf. Dominique, Monf. Janno., Mafter Kerman, Mafter Francis, and Monf. Pierot Pas Tomba. Dancing (both Seiious and Comic) by Mr. Davenport, Mr. Mik>, Mr. Pelling, Mr. Olbeldiftnn, Mr. Cra-nier, Monf. Janno, Mafter Granier, Mrs. Miles, Mrs. Bullock, Mrs. Davenport, Mrs. Freeman, Mifs Granier, Mrs. Vallois, and Maftsr and Mifs Morris, particularly a Dance, call'd Le Mafaueradt. Variety of new Songs by Mr. Heem/kirck and Mifs Hillier. To which will be aided, a New Grand Entertainment of Singing and Dancing, call'd JASON and fVl ED E A. WITH The Taking of the Golden Fleece, and Defryivg the Fiery Bulls. With feveral New Scenes in Grotefque Characters, calJM The REVELS of HARLEQUIN; Or, The Prussian Out-wicted. To Conclude with The Nuptials ^HARLEQUIN in /^Temple /HYMEN. Iht Scenes, Cloatbrf-Mujwk, and other Decorations entirely New* ^Ki1ii>wMni�^wJ�iiiiiin'l&lnrlrniini 11 1A A 2 Never Afted there, being �particularly defired. For the Benefit of Mr. PHILIPS. AT the Play-House in RICHMOND, . on Saturday next, will be perform'd a Concert of MUSICK. Boxes, Stage, and Upper Boxes 3s. Pit 25. ' Gallery is. Between the Two Diviflons of the Concert will be perform'd Gratis, by a Company of Comedians from the Theatres Royal, a Play, call'd -M A C B -K- T Hi , c 'A 4 With all fZy Original Mufic.k, Songs, Dances, and other Decorations. The Part of Macbeth to be perform'd by Mr. Caihell ; ' Macduff, Mr. Chapman; Banquo, Mr. Crofs j Lenox, Mr.Goodfel'ow j Lady Macduff, Mrs. Horfingto.n; Seyward, Mr. Philips; the King, Mr. Stoppelaer; Malcolm, Mifs Fergufon; Donalbain, Mr. Shuter; Sey-ton, Mr. Mirtin ; Fleance, by'!Mifs Morrifon;' FIrft Witch, Mifs Haughton ; Second Witch, Mrs. Egerton j TJsird Witch, by Mu. Haughton ; Firft Mcrderer, Mr. Lynum j Second Muidercr, Mr. Brown; Hecate (with the Songs in Character) by Mr. Stoppelaer j And 'the Part of Lady Macbeth by' Mts. Vineentr. To which will be added, a Ballad-Opera (not a&ed here theft Tea The M O. C K-L A W Y E R. The Part of Feignwell; the, Mock-Lawyer, by Mr. Chapman ; Juftiee Loyelaw, Mr. Philips j Valentine, Mr.Goodfellow; Cheatly, Mr.''Shuter ; Dsft,' thev|ufti^'s Clerk, Mr. Crofs j Betty, Mifs Morrifon } and the Part of Lastitia by Mrs. Vincent.. '� With all the Entertainments praper for both the Play and Farce, viz. In A& ilh - The Witches Dance, And after the Play. A Hqrnpipe by a Child of Five Years of Age. ,ctit'humbly bofd all Gmhmen and Ladies v>ill be'fo good as to etkt Ttckitt, to prevent Miftaket, at the'Door. . Tickets to be had and .Places taken, at the Three CompafJes facing the Play houfe. To begin exaftly at Seven a'Clock. ISEMEN t S are taken in, for this'Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-ftreet.
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