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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 6, 1845, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. FRIDAY, September 6, 1745. Deal, September 4. EM A IN in the Downs his Ma-i jefty's Ships Royal George, Admiral Vernon ; the St. George, Prince George, Duke, Sandwich, Dover, and Kinfale ; the JEtna. and Scipio Firefhips; with Admiral F. Hooft, and five other Dutch Men of War; with the Outward bound Tranfport Ships for Gibraltar and Mahon, as per laft. Sailed this Morning his Maj^y's Ship the Norwich and Pool to the Northward on a Cruize. Wind S. W. LONDON. According to Advices from Peterfburgh of the 14th of Auguft, N.S. M. D'Allivri, the French Arnbaflador, having received an ample Relation of the Progrefs of the French Arms in Flanders, his Excellency imparted the fame to that Court; but they allure us his Relation was received coldly enough ; fo that the faid Miniiier did not think fit to make any Rejoicing at his Houfe for the Succefs of his Matter's Arms, for Fear of difgufting the Court. They likewife tell us, that the Propofals made by this Minister for a Treaty of Commerce between France and Ruffia, have hitherto been as little reLfhed at Peterfburgh, as all the other Overtures that come from his Court ; becaufe the Merchants in the Ruffian Empire have reprefented on this Occafion to the Empref?, ' That Ruffia and Sweden being * in a Manner Miflrtffes cf the Trade and Navigation of * the Baltick ; and the Republick of the Ur.ited Provinces � having intimated herDefire to accede to theTreaty of Com- * merce fubfiiling between Ruflia and Great-Britain, which � is of great Advantage to the Ruffian Subjects for extending ' their Commerce to all Parts of the Globe, it was expe-' dient, for the Good of the Empire, not to let France par- chin-Lane, This Day, at Four cf the Clock in the Afternoon, ly Order of the Affignees ; TH E Stock left in the Shop, and what was feiz'd jn Yorkshire, belonging to Mett.ffood andSrrw-* art, in Princes-flreet, Leicefler-Fields, Linnen-Drapers, Bankrupts. VI Z. 130 Hollands. 90 Chintz, Bafts, and Sanow 100 Cambricks and ClearLawns. in Time. 120 Holland whited, and Ham- 190 White, and Bed Buckrams, bro' long Lawns. 46 Pieces of Printed Hantiker- 40 Nuns Hsllands. chiefs. 2co Doulas 190 Printed Linnens and Cottons. 50 Garlix and Silefias. 300 Dozen of Scotch Handker- ~to Iriih Linnens. chiefs. 90 Ch-ck Linnens. 60 Scdtch Cloths. Sundry three and four piled Genoa 130 Pomerania and 5 4ths Linens Velvets. Alfo fundry Remnants of Hollands, Cambricks, Lawns, Dowlas's, Irith, Silezias, Garlix, Checks, Scotch Cloths, Dimities, &c. The above Goods to be feen at ROBERT KlRKE's Warehoufe, the Upp:r-End of New-Rents, St. Martin"s-le-Crand, from this Morning to tne Time of Sale. ROBERT KIRKE, Broker, In St. Martin's le-Grand.___ For SALE by the CANDLE, At LLOYD'S Coffee-Houfe in Lombard-Street, 1 tfCiorfc uf N')v>rt z. z THE good ShipBatchelon with fix Guns, Square-ftern'd, Plantation-built, and flieathed, Burthen 190 Tons more or lefs, with good Dimenlions,now lying afhore at Eaji-Lane Stairs, -Woodropc, Commander. 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 Mer-rfhinriiTH nnnnfifr Jonathan's Coffey-houfe Jn j^harj^Aljey^ qr Lloyd's Coffee-houfe in Lombard-ftreet. To be SOLD by AUCTION, in LOTTS, On Thurfdav next, at the late M r. Samuel Price's Yard at Fleet-Ditch, near Black-Fryars, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon, by Order of 'tie Affignees. TH E entire Stock in the faid Yards; confifting of Deals, Timber, Laths, and fundry other Sort9 of Deal-Merchants Goods. The faid Goods may be viewed from Monday next to the Time of Sale, at the faid Yard*, where Catalogues may be had. SAMUEL BROOKS, Broker. 'Far SALE by the CANDLE, At LLOYD'S Coffee-Hcuf in Lombard-Street, On Tuefday next, the 10th Infant, at Five o'Clock in the Afternoon, TWenty-five Puncheons and Four Cafks of JAMAICA rum, in ag Lots, landed out of the Good Hope, a French Prize, being all neat, and now under the Locks of the Cuftoms and Excife. Alfo Seven Bales and a half of paper, with EigUt Pieces of fino FRENCH BRANDY. Samples to be feen at Mr. Rolfs in Water-Lane near the Cuftom-houfe. Vaughans and Poph am, Brokers. STRAY'D Tefterday Morning at Ten o'Clock from St. John-ftreet, ABOY of about Four Years of Age, with very lank white Hair, and fair Complexion, had on a Blue Coat and Breeches, with a Fly Cape, and without his Hat -9 2 �z z Soever "will bring him to Mr1. lUTpifl, 1UUUUU111A,' Crown in St. John-ftreet, fhall have Half a Guinea Reward, with Thanks ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-ftrtct. J-i-C
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