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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 29, 1845, London, Middlesex                                NtfMB. 3442. T UESDAY,   October 29,   1745. 3 1- -: of Italy have nr.t been taken /.tore Care of. An approaching Rupture between France and Holland ft cms to be every Day more probabL'. Letter from Kevjcrjlf, 0:1. 25. SIR, ' The Rebels are frill about Edinburgh. Part of tlie ' Forces with my Lord Albemarle landed here two Days ' aco ; fome were blown North as far as Berwick. Next ' Week we expeft General Wade's whole Body here.- ' I cannot but tell you, that the Pretender is intro-' ducirg the Italian Practice of Poyfcning here. For ' lall Saturday or Sunday Morning an Highland Boy, ' about 14 or 1; Years of .4ge came to Berwick, and be-' ing carried before General Handafyd, the Governor, ' was afked Several Q^eftions, when he pretended to have ' been one of my Lord Loudon's Highlanders at the '. Bat:Ie�?f Prellon, and tint he was taken Prifoner by the ' Rebels, and being ill-ufed by them, he had made his '�Efcapc, and got there; but he fe-.m'd fo cunning and ' evafive, that nothing could be made of him, upon which ' he was difmuTed, with a Charge to be taken Care of. ' Soon after a Seijeant of my Lord Loudon's Highlanders ' told him, he wa^ a young Rogue, and did not belong to their Corps, and threatned him, in his own Language, ' tj have him hang'd immediately if he did not confeis ; ' whereupon he own'd, that he was fent with a Bottle of ' Poifon, and directed to introduce himfelf, if he could, ' into the Governor's Kirchui, and there to take the firft ' Opportunity cf fprinkling the Contents upon fome of the ' favourite Diihes, andfo poifon tbe Governor and the Of-' fibers.   He has been clofely confined everlince. Tours, &c. ' P.S. I faw a Letter this Day confirming the above, ' with the additional Circumitance, of a Woman being ' employed the fame way, to poifon the Water where their Hones drink.1 . We hear, by the laft Letters from Berwick, that the Rebels have not march'd forwards; but on the contrary have thrown up Intrenchments at Dalkeith, in order to fecure themfelves. it is certain that all the Forces under the Command of m the Right Hon. the Earl of Albemarle are fafely landed in different Ports of the North, except 400.-But not at the �-tj Time prematurely mention'd by fome of the Papers. P     By Letters from Halifax, of the 25th Inftant, mention, W that a Second Spy from the Pretender's Army has been ta-p ken up there, with a'great Number of Letters in Cypher � about him.   On Examination he proves to be a Nonjuring Minifter; and is committed to the Caftle at Yoric. There is Advice that Admiral Byng was fafely arrived at Holy-Ifland, near Berwick, with the Fleet under his Command from the Downs.-The Admiral having been informed, that the Inhabitants of that Illand had frequently fupplied the French Privateers with Provifions, he has put a Number of Men afhore there, to prevent the like Practice for the future. There is alfo Advice, that Admiral Martin failed from Torbay on the 25'th to the Weftward, with the Wind at E.S.E. with five Sail of the Line. The William and Jane, Hawkins, is arrived at Falmouth in 36 Days, from Barbadoes; and brings Advice, that Admiral Townlhend Was preparing with the utmoft Expedition to fail from thence for Jamaica. The True Briton, Kelly, bound from Virginia to Level pool, was loft a few Days ago on the Coaft of Ire-1 ad. Oh o z Letter from Weymouth, Otlober 26. � The 23d, after the Poft went from hence, came to an � Anchor in Portland Road, and fail'd again Yefterday his * Majefty's Ship the Defiance. ' The 24th came in here, a fmall Veffel from Alderney, � who failed from thence the 23d in the Evenings the ' Matter reports that thjit Morning arrived there two Gen-' tlemen from France, who told him that an Englifh Man ' of War, of 60 or 70 Guns, was in Chace of 10 French ' Merchant Ships, and two Frigats their Convoy, off Odi-' geron Bay� and that a very hard Gale at S.W. came ' on upon them in the Night, that not only his Majefty's ' Ship, but the whole Fleet ihe was in chace of, were * driven on Shore in the faid Bay, and every Soul perifh'd; ' and chat they had taken up 200 dead Bodies the next ' Morning, near Odigeron. BiijloCOcl. 26. This Day arrived here the Marianne, , from Cape Breton in 18 Days; the Captain fays there is no News, nor any Captures lince the Notre Dame de Deliverance, that they are very flourifhing there, and under no Apprehenfions from the French. There are three Gentlemen Paffengers in the Ship, who, I believe will fet Out To-morrow for London, They feem very clofe, which makes People here think they bring fome Nevs s of Confequence. Yefterday the Right Hon. Richard Hoare, Efq; was fworn in Lord Mayor of this City at Guildhall, and h.\d the City Rega'ia delivered to him ; and this Day he wiil go to Vk eltminfter in the City Barge, attended by the Aldermen, and the fcveral Companies in their Barges, and take the Oaths at the Exchequer Bar; and afterwards proceed thro' the City in Proceifion to dine at Guildhall. Yefterday a large Quantity of Money was brought to the Bank in four Carts, under a proper Guard, which came from the Weft-Indies in the Pnnce of O.ange Man of War. Yclicrday Morning died at his Houfe in the Maize, Southwark, .Mr. Se.igewick, an eminent Hat-Dyer, who acquir'd a large Fortune with a fair Character. l.at Friday died at Salifbuiy in Wiitihire, Mr. Light, an eminent Chemift and Alderman of that City reckon'd worth 10,000 1. a Gentleman of known Integrity, Honour and Loyalty, which makes his Death greatly lamented. Laft Saturday died at Dagenham-Breach, in Effex, Captain Beddcl of Douglas's Regiment of Welch Fuzileers, who arrived from Flanders but the Day before. f~ Laft Night Mrs. Woflington was taken ill juft as the Play was going to begin, which oblig'd the Manager to have her Part read ; but was fo happily recovcr'd before the Farce was over, that fhe will this Night perform her Part of Maria. Lall Night an old Woman who has liv'd many Years in Porridgepot-Al'ey, Alderfgate-fbeet, remarkable for making Simple Waters, by fome Accident fet her Cloaths on fire, and was burnt to death, before any body came to her Afliftance. We he*r that Ifrael Claringbold, jun. who was to have been executed on Wednefday laft at Sandwich, has got a Reprieve for a fe^v Days. A ROMISH PRIEST refufed Entrance into HELL. Frere Jean 1'autre jour mourut de la gravelle, Son ame aux enfers aumtot devola, Une diable qui pour lors etoit en fentinelle, Lui cria, qui va la ? Une Pretre, repond i!, une Ame criminelle ; Alte la, je avertirai mon fentinelle Tu n'entreras point ici, ni ton femblable ; Car puifqu'etant en haut, vous manges votre Dieu, Peut etre qu'etant ici has, vous mangeres !e Diable. I. Afflicted fore with Gout orStone, But which we do not find, Not long ago, died Friar John, And left this World behind, II. To Hell's dire Gate the trembling Wight Was now approaching near, When ftraight the Sentry of the Night Roar'd horrid-Who comes there ? III. A Prieft am I from holy Rome, Quoth John, for Want of Grace Condemn'd, alas! to have my Doom In this tremendous Place. IV. A Prieft ! Stand back, reply'd the Guard, tj  Your wicked Life to rue. Is there no other Hell prepar'd For Cannibals like you ? V. Go, Wretch, go, where you may, remove, For I fhall always fear, That you who eat your God above, Will eat the Devil here. Opheirad o Rhyfain, o oedran yn Llawn19 Fy farw heb obaith, heb ffydd ag heb ddawn, Yr Enaid alarus hedwanodd y Lawr, Fel mellt y Llyccheden, y uffern boeth fawr, Fe gyrbdd fe weiddiodd, agorweh ar frys Y Eglwyfwr dyfeedig yn dyfod yr Llys, AttefJodd y porthwr, ne ddewch ddim yn agos Sef allan o hir bell, a hun ydywr achos, Os unwaith ddaw yma opheirad y fyw, Fe lyncyf y Diaul, fel y llyncof y Ddyw. after High-Water this Day at London-Bridge at 25 Minutes cJ^kf0ck n�P^e.. India Ditto no Price.   Soutb- nt.nN " 3 4t\S' Ditto�W Annuities ro4 1 half. D to New ,104 3 4ths a 5 , 4th.  7'hree per Cent. Annui- 2742, 85.    Ditto 1743 and 1744, 5- B2r.k lid.       F.auiwa!pnf   1 10 Equivalent London Affurance ties 85. Ditto 1742, 8 Ditto 174c, 86. Million naiuc 113 1 half. Royal Alfurance 79 1 hsli, i_,onuon /uiu: 10 1 half. Englifk Copper 5 1. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 22 s. 6 d. Difc. India Bonds 23 s. Difc. 1'hree and a half Salt Tallies 9 1 half a 3 4ths Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders no Price Three per Cent. Ditto no Price. Lottery-Tickets 10 i* 10 s. 6 d.    Life Annuities 13 3 8ths Years Purchafe.  D   R N   E. U   R   Y-L   A The Fifth Day. 5/ His Majeft/s Company cf Comedians, AT the Theatre - Roval in Drury-Lane, this Day, will be prefented a Comedy, call'd The     NON-JUR.OR. Written by Colley Gibber, Efq j Poet LauTeat. Sir Joho Woodvil by Mr. Berry ; Colonel Woodvil, Mr.Havard 5 Mr. Heartly, Mr. Giffard 3 Dr. Wolf (the Non-Juror) by Mr. L. Sparkes ; Charles, Mr. Mozeen.   Lady Woodvil, Mrs. Macklin j The Part of Maria by Mrs. Worfington. With Entertainments of Singing and Dancing, viz. Aft I. Singing bv Mr. Lowe. Ad hi. A Dance by Monf. and Madem. MICHEL. At\ iv. Singing by Mr. Lowe A&V. Dancing by Monf. and Ma^em. MICHEL. To which will be added a Farce of Two Ails, call'd The    DEBAUCHEES Or, 'The Jesuit Caught. Written by Mr. Fielding- The principal Parts to be perform'd by Mr. Yates, Mr. Tafwell, Mr. Neale, Mr. Mozeen, Mrs. Ridcut, MiURoyer, and other-. Boxes 5 3.     Pit 3s.     Firft Galijry 2 s.     Upper Gailsry I s. Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Hobfon, at the Stage:- Door of the Theatre. To begin exaclly at Six o'CInck. COVEN T-GAR DEN. AT the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garcier, thi* Day, will be prefented 1 Comedy, call'd The  LONDON  CUCKOLDS. The Part of.Ramblc by Mr. Rvanj Townly, Mr. Hale; Aider-man Wifeacre, Mr. Hippifley ; Alderman Doodle, Mr. Marien ; Alderman Pa/hwel}, Mr. Woodward j Loveday, Mr.Chapman; Eugenia, Mrs. Hale j Peggy, Mil's Hippifley ; Aunt, Mr;. Martin ; Roger, Mr. James; Engine, Mrs. Bland ; Jane, Mrs. Dunftail} And the Part of Lady No by Mrs. Pritchaid.  To which will be added a Dramatic Entertainment, cali'd The   ROYAL   C O CD r-T- P- 3 H A Ory   Merlin's Cave. Ths Character of a Challeur Roya-1 bv Mr Leveridge j Aerial Spirits, by Mr. Cook z o o- n> Beard j Merlin, Mr, *J^2 and others. C Jupiter, in the Character of Harlequin by Mr. Woodward ; Mercury, Mr. Reinhold ; Doctor, Mr. Bencraft;  Colombine, Mrs. Havard ; Pierot, Monf. Lalauze; Pluto, Neptune, Pan, Herculci, Apollo, Mars, in fheCharaclers of Punch, Pantahn, Scaramouch, Brighella,  Mezzetin, Le3nder, perform'd by  Mr. Reclor, Nfr. Da-pre, Mr. Deftrade, Mr. Delagarde, Mr. Vil'lcneuve, Mon I". Pica. Boxes 5 s.     Pit 3 s.    Firft Gall fry 2 s.     Upper Gallery is. % To-morrow will be printed The NON-JUROR. On Thurfday will be reviv'd a Tragedy (never ^ctcd there before) call'd The MASSACRE of PARIS. AT zhtLate WELLS, the bottom of f.e-mon-jlntt, Goidman''t-Fielth, this pre/ent Tuef ay, will be perform'd a Concert of Vocal and Inlimmental MUS1CK. Divided into Two Parts. The Concert to conclude with the Chorus of Long hi-vt the King. Boxes 2 s. 6d. ' Pit or Firft Gallery is. 6 d.   Upper GalJery 1 s. Between the Two P. rts of the Concert will be exhibited Gratis, and not Afted thefe 50 Years, an Hillorical Play, call'd The M A S S A C R L  of F A R I S. Written by the celebrated Mr. Lee, And founded on Facls which happen'd in France, in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth. Shewing the unparalleil'd Djflimalations, Imprecations, and Perjuries of Charles the 9th of France, the Queen Mother, and Cardinal Lorrain, to d-iaw the Hus;onot Party into their Snares,by which means the Death of the Queen oc Navarre was effected by Poifon, and moft of the PROTESTANT Princes ofthe Blood deftroy'd. Chaftillo.i the famous Admiral of France, with his Wile, Children, Commanders, and Followers, all put to Death, with the King's Confent, by the Cruel and Revengeful Duke of Guile, and his Adherents. After which the Maffacre becoming general over the Kingdom, near 100,000 Ptotejianti were deftroy'din the moft barbarous and inhuman Manner.. � With the Prologue and Epilogue, written at the late happy Revolution. To which will be added a Farce, call'd The   DEVIL   TO   PAY. With fcveral Entertainments of Dancing by the Two Mafters and Mifs GRANIER. ## The Concert will begin every Evening pofitively, at Six of the Clock, and the Whole be concluded by Half an Hour after Nine, the Wells being appointed (after the Entertainment is over) for the main Guard of che Militia of the Tower Hamlets-* Hand-in-Hand Fire-Orrice. 711E Directors give Notice-, That a General-Meeting of the Members of the faid Society nssill be held at their Office in Angel-Court, on Snow-Hill, on Thurfday the 1 ^th of Novemoer next, by 'Three in toe Afternoon : Where all ivho bwvi infured are dfirrd to beprefent. N.B. The Ele&ion of Directors for the Year enfuing by Ballotting, will be held at the fame Place, on the three preceeding Days, from Nine in the Forenoon to Twelve, and from Three to Six. rHE Subfcribers to the Friday Night's CONCERT at tbe Crown and Anchor O CO p   z Ta *   'K     , No Arbitrary Power. 0 3.C   

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