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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 21, 1846, London, Middlesex                                Numb. ia~7' ,rv.-> JDeuli March 19V MLU) this Morning tr�Prince Fr�-j1 deride Packer, Wamr?gt6n, ,fer Fldhing.  The Outward-bound re-" ^n as in vy laft. Wind' S.S'.W. .The Lypn/l^wfoiv; Shirley, 7&e;rinanj and .T^anXonid, Sherwih, [ -FrSrn iibnddn, are Sirred at New- ___ '}England, v s':'     'J The-Fcll-, Ottnfiry^and the-Sea-frymph, -, froni London,at Virginia.-        n \.� 1 The London,-Parte?- from New-York; aVBcIlaft. bsefietij March 15s.  TheiEmprefsof &unla h&vin$ Tent the Order -of>St. 'Andrejy to the;Prince Royal, the Kiiig' performed Y-eft'eVday the 'Ceremony of tinve|Uns him; with great Solemnity^ ?aad'a FeftfvaT was kept^at'Court on the OccafionJ.it #hfefc�the Foreign, Mippfei? jyere pre- Paris, March 18. Laft We'efe anLOidjpnWecewas pub-liflied here, �njoimng-aU-the- Commtmities*arid Trading Companies in.chis'Ci^jt to futnifii,'-. by die' En& of April, 600 Men for the Militia^ to replaeeand augment' the three Battalions that haye been drawn out of JPar�i. , Aclionsare 7 L O N A O N.    s The Corps- of $m\�$bA$&ty$. qf ^ari^;, having Iain in jtatevtj^e-l^yit^|)�ned Cteirch 'at Paris, after having "been vifited l^#^t^;�||^ijE^^tiicr' feverktOrders in'Pfyceffidn, afccordtft^   ^^o|!t.   " As the French T^jkyof Openmg' the tfmpaign in the Netherlands with tWo*'important - Siegis, ii'it thought that Mairfhal Saxe wiUrc6n)'hiand one, an^T3rT3eIIeJfle"''the~ 0^'   *      - " ' 1 , " :\/\"' Ixtradf of a I^tfw;ft^-^-(^erJhthfi:^(h%jAr^t . dated Aberdeen? March 12." * Our Army is in good i|?a]th, $nd confcffeof about ' 10,000 Regular Foojt,.W.ifoo�-B6r%-J|qo6 of the ' Grants, and iodb^ampltellsrbefides-iihe 5tq6o undejfthe� �-Lard Loudon* ^^caninpt-^tl^1;^,^' Account  uke dated ,at Akrdeeathe i$tri-Iftftaor, which we hea� brings Advide thaVhis Royal Hi'gTinefs was 'iiilf theVe-j' 'BSt %he � Weatfier having for forne Days proVd favourable, ieJud detacJC4.4 fojne Squadrons ;o|" norfeas an advanc% y of Inve- for modore     , . . ^   --------------------� on (the 27thpafti iri-tattv $8L, ^who' was fo kind to fupply hkn with fome,Nec|^riesfc and fen*; ^M^~of War irrifee-hiaiinto Ireland, a.^      -       -l -1*     .IThere is Advice that theTfenfigfinou^pff Dover Meii^f "\%r,,withfevenj.Tjrafi^orisiUndgr-,t^rvCe^y* bonr^d to CaperBrejorij, ^reipjkjyito Jlarh^on jn .Virginia'.;.' O The EnterprJ^cJQwfoir'-f*^ JfljOTPUthr for Gibra!-tar, is loft about cp^lieaKue* from the. Rock of Lilbon j A Ship^as     in. Ba^tsjoC'Newfound- Itnd, -ibppos'd to b& -aShip bound ik>irtliondon) to. New-SngkDd.-' r- ' � The Court-TWarrjal fat on Monday, -ivhen' the whole" pay'was taWnp"m.the| pebatesof ths Court; and on Tnefflay Lieut. Hale';'who was examjnea'on Friday laft, was afcedfome �QueiEphSj and then-Mr. Pal]ifer,late a JLieutfenant 'of thfr^ffex, was examined on the Behalf^of �he-Crown, againfli �ice-A4miral! Leftock, whoTe-^Ela-minatibn lafted till three in' thef, Aifteftioan, when .the Court adjourned-to'iieif Moriiing, Nineo'Clock. Yefterday washeld' ait Merch^t^T^^lorX^1 in Thr&cP n�edle-ftreetr the'A'rlnivfr&ry, ftieeang of, the Govembi? of the. -London In&mary, whenl his Grace the Duke of Richmond and feveral'otherNoMemen were prefent. The Sum coUeftedr *w)th wliat was riyen>t St. LawrencYs Chiirch.aeai.;9u(0i|ha}i,. amounteJ'tb 3481.' 6 s. -  ,,.lf,iMi 1 in.. m;im 3i. jut,)! ini.n 11 ,,p>j 1)        [�[..�* I .�       ,j.iji,V, |fcnptionl imm i� p^^wjt^tM^illnc^ ui.thefr,. jHands, 40,060 Paib ofo^awsv to-the- Arnoy under; hi*, j Royal Hrghifefstfe!e.cuke'of'^euajfce'rfaVid.^ - i .: . Yeflgda^mu&fr^ from_ the North...waS)Commiti!ted to trqaTowerji under a Srong Guard:' '�    y;..;�" '' lr    :\;        c 'Wednefdayiafk was committed fo the M^rfhialtea P;rifon,' in Southward, Thomas 'Jenkins/ Martin Selby and Alexander Price, three,Mariners, for. Mutiny\ and Deferjio^, tibfevare ordered to D?|>tfdrd, to be'tned'^hereby a Cowl* \ LaR. Week,th'e ^rxi?ns and'^eilow^ptBrazen-Nbfe iCoiiege^: Oxfcir^, rprefep^j^eRevi^r. T/aheme, A.M. Se&lbt FelloW of that ?oUege5 to the Rectory, of St. IMafy Whitechiappef, ;a-Livirt|-worth-400!. a Year^ void |by,t^e;D.eeeafe of rthj2 Rev.J)rr S.hjppen./..,, -Xw:$atorday�;tlie 'I^r^^iftpg   jQjf fpr'd; pi?e(ented, the. fRev. Mr. John Alcomb, to the Reftory of Whitridge, in. jthat County and cioiSfe,' void i?y the D&eafe of the laft (incumbent. ^ r '  .^U\Oi^^X^'AKc%U0i WittejJ ; ; v    ' 1   '�    > ;' db,w^^-�afefaund ii^pwj&4nj^an^near^atter-fea ; he had beerKniifEng eyer fince Sunday laft, and how he came by the Accident is not known*. Dyeafes* Aged-St.. Confiimptiott  iij. . Convul-fion 140.     Dro�ry"#7.    Fever jt,''  Smallpox 72. T.ee^-2:6. jr;;3^fb  ' ''. ^ ** ;  7. -    .7 .\%afjf(iLlpkL Drowiv'4,2-. Exce^^!l^in|gmg;2. Found Dead 3. Foun    ro~i\        " :  ' 1 Bank-Stockifliutr' Permits 161 4th'Prea>; India l^ittq 156 1 half a 3 4ths.- -South Sea5toeka�qE friee. Ditto Old Annuities 93 iihalf a 7 8ths. VDitt4,New 91 1 half i'^'z, ' Three - per Cent. Annuities 74*7; $m* 75. JOi&d 1742, 74 7 8ths a.75. DipbiiipMi and 1744, 74 7 *8tns' a ?c.' .D5tto,-P74^ 74 7-Sths a-^ei ' Million Bank :Cen|t. .^mperpi-'s.fiparj. no.^fj^^ nFJ^,p^f Ceni.djfitp DdtPlice; 'Bank?ij(CUiatkm.�3 in 12 -t-oVd. Pr^ 4hr diaB&nds 17 sl/tfi'S^CKlte'^We^^d-^fcalf'Sak-T^-lies 16 a 17-i.jDifc. Three and'fc hadf^pei' Cent: Exchfe-quer Orders no^ce.   Three pe^Ce^t.pirjto no Price. H "A. A  R. K  E T. ^vT the KIN a5sTH�Aj;RJB ia th* __HAY^MARRETi Toimorro^-VHl'lie'ferform'd a New OPERA; edl'd A . R  T  A  M       -N. E. With D   c zi and fiber Decorations, Entirely New. Afrit and Btfet tci ie^pa^ together, �d{ naPeifoju to be adnitied < (atH*lfa.  To-ihorkow, will be p^efented a Comedjr, tali't Jane jBaffanid, Bj7 MViHat^d ; GptiMO, Mr. Mills ; Linceipu AclIV. ji Mr. Neale^ Loren^aby. Mr.fcojye, w^th^nM 1 TlMrTafwell j Duke, Mf.Winftdne} S^linno, ;Mr.BUkes; Solamo, The Part of leffica, by MikEDWAUDS, In ivbkb mill be introducedftveraiNiv>, Sfii^t^roptfti'ibtCbarailfr; And the Part of"Pibrtia, by.Mrs^ CtlVE. With E^ertairuoients,, -rirl Aft 11^ Gentle Shipbcrd by Mrs* Ami". A A HI.      Dance by Mr. Muilment, and gtnerj. A Song in Honour of the DuJte of Coinherland, by Mr. Lowe, and-others. With an EPILOGUE, in.theCharafter of a .FEMALE VOLUN* ^ TEER; to be fpoke by^Mr*. w6fFINGTON.    '  ". , To which will beadded-a new Ballad-Opera^ ^ever perfoiro'd, but Qnce) cali*4     t * The DOUBLE DIS ANOINTMENTS The Part of Lovelefs by Mr. Lowe^ Oripe, Mr. Collins ; Mar* quis Fanferon^ Mr. Blakes ; Phelim O BWrtder,  Mr.Barrington { Servants will be rfdm'ttted to keep PKeeS on the Stage. . To begin exaftly a$ Six o'Cloek. -(Being the laft Time of Airing 'till the Holidays.) C O V.EJ* f-GA.R,? E N." 1 Acted but Once tbefe Sivm Tears.-T "the-Theater Royal ,in: Cpvent-Garden, To-morrow, swill be. prefented.a.Comedy, eall'd "�'[ ] " J MUCH ADO' ABO-GT NOTHING Written by Shakefpear. . ThePjrAp�Ben^�^J)jJ4NRyaa..i...Pon'Pcarp, by Mr.Caifce!* !Don John, Mr. Ridout j Leonato, Mr�Johnfonj Claadio, Mr. Hllej Dogberry, by Mij?pifley, Bahhiter^Mr^irayhiarfj Hero, M�". Hale; Margaret, MifsHippiOey j �AfiXam&JM&Gfur- j Boratchib, M* iGibfdn } Conrlftq, Mr. Anderfon } V^e�,,Mr�James 5 Fsyar, by iilr.Rofcp ; Tbwafcferlc, ft^r.'Marten,} Sexton,. MrrAr^tfi; j Watch, Mr.StoppeUe7t^,fub�"Mr'?'^S011* t'8^ rifon And'thffPJtrr'oftBeatriceby Mft. PBiTCHARD.  -With-Ente�tainmenui�f Dancing, *iav '      * � The DRUNKEN TYltQLEZE, by Mr.,SCW>l, and other.. I " wu-grotimwto&emi&n* Bft^mn�t^fMi. chore �, SjgnomtrAMPJONI, Mr. SpDIj aaa Others. - To which will be added, A Dramatic! Entertainment rof-MuficK, call'd O R P HE US arid E U R} YD I CR * � . The'Part of Orpheus by Mr.'Bear^- Rhodopej! Qosen &f Thrace, Mrs.Lampej Eurydicteby Mifs.F^itJfcner;      .  Firft Nymph, Foilower of Eary^ce, by Signara CaxnploftUf HafleqblR, Mr.WL*)pWARD.} % eofembine by Mrs. Havardj Pantaloon, Mr. AtthUr^ 'Squire'Oawkey,-'Mr." Btncraft; l^Trs. Mannerly* Mra, Mainin � Goody[Gttrtbnj Jilt Marten ; Drudge, Servant' to Pantaloon,' Mr. Hippjfley;' WomaivDwarf, by a French Boy ; Country Lads by Mr>Vil|eneuve, Mr. Defagarde, Mr. Dupre, "and Mr. DeftfSae"; CoUntry- Lafles"T>yTlTfsTTa"u|nan; MrsVYlfe- A PEASANT, by. Mr.JftA^HEWS,. p YBping.the fiffl: Time of h'� �ppe��g on the tage thefe F"ourYM�.) 'Boxes 5s.   Pit 3 s. ; FirftGaUery is; .Upper, Gillery ifc1-To begin �a^ly^^?Cfc^u-?��     ~ ' lelng-t&elinViraiief h>( �A?^,i>W;T^^H **tt&fc�h,^hrw�Mln who 'belonged'Jq ibefttid-Sioof. t*rep*ir immediately dw* Judge Advocate Tho^jCorbett.  By Virtue bi aJhrecept lilvlW'byithe CjRk^W" Ma^tbr of.the^A�guftprdercff^CINARIANS; n~HxE Brethren.of the fyid�Qrdtr are. hereby -f commanded jq give'their\Atl'in^neet at Six 0* Clack *�* ' the K-^i7f*_l!mwr' ^ir^tirirr UWa^^vda* toe By-Laws^wiU be read, ana\ fome Overtures- fromvibe Lady of the Manor,., w// be laid, before them for their Can' ftderation. " r JiBABucem . Pifcatorem-Pifcis amarepoteft.'  .'        ' re*��� n>i.ip>-n v......"i 11 ' . �  11 �)� 1............. t   ' 1   '  . '-�-- AD V E'R'TlSEMEN     .arc taken in 'for ^his'Paper^ at Lloyd's'CoffJe-Housb, in Lombard-Street. 3/ z z d /3- o   

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