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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 9, 1846, London, Middlesex                                Numb. WEDNESDAY,   April 9,   1746. Deal, April *].   ESTERDAY- after Poft his Majefty's Ship Surprize, Amazon, and Ferret Sloop fail'd on a Cruize. Remain his Majefty's Ships Mil-ford and Scipio, with allthe Out-Avard-bound, as mention'd in my laft. Arrived Charles, Randolph, from Virginia.  Wind S. Grave/end, April 7. Pafs'd by the Catherine Yacht; Capt. Williams, from Holland 5 Princefs of Wales,. Harding, from Rotterdam. The Two Sifters; Freeman, from Bofton, is arrived at the Orkneys. The Nancy, Talman, from Briftol, at Virginia. The Homer; Perry, from Briftol, at Barbadoes. The Content, Cooper, from Leverpool, at Barbadoes. The Bulkley; Baeoft, irom Leverpodl, at Africa. Paris', April i. M. Van Hoey has obtained anOrder to be fent to all the Places in France where there are DutcK. Prifoners, to forbid their being received into the French Service: But having defrred Liberty, upon their Parole, for the Officers who Solicited it, the Count d'Argenfon has given him to underfland upon that Head, ' That it was not poflible to extend the Indulgence fo far as he re^ quired; that it was neceffary for the Officers to remain * with their Corps,, in order to preferve good Difcipline } � artd that he cotild not for the future grant a Difcharge upr * on Parole to any, but thofe whofe proved clearly that their Prefence was neceffary at home upon their domeftic * Affairs*'  ' Strajburgh, April 7. Four thoufand Pioneers are actually employed in repairing the Lines of the Queich and the Laaeer, and putting them in fuch a Condition as not eafily to be forced for the future. The Regency of this City has fent a Plan to the Court, according to which, instead of guarding the Lines and Banks along the Rhine by Regular Troops, armed Peafante are to be employed for that Purpofej that eighty thoufand of them {hall be engaged for that Purppfe, and that of this Number forty thoufand fliaD be always in the Service ; that the Parties fhall relieve each other alternately every Month, fo that one half fliall be always in Exercife j that, with regard to the Ex-pence of maintaining'them, the_King fhall pay them during the Time of their Service the fame Money that it would eoft his Majefty for Regular Troops. LONDON. From the London Gazette. Stockholm, March 25, 0.5". The Swedifh Officers at Gottenburg have fent hither a Deputy to complain to the FrehchJknbafTador of their Want of Money, anddeiiring the Expenceof their Quarters may be allowed, as they are not able to pay them out of their Salary. Count Gyl-lenberg, the'Prefident of the Chancery is again dangeroufly ill. Copenhagen, April 9, N.S. Letters from Gottenbourg of the 2zd paft, O.S. there is Advice, that the Waters being then quire open, the Officers engaged in the French Service were to embark again the Wednefday following, being the �6th. The King of Denmark continues to ufe the Motion of a dofe Coach, when the Weather will permit ; and his Removal into the Country is talked of, but jio Day yet fixed for it. Ifilkmjladti April 15, ."N.S. The Dutch Troops which were in the five Tranfpoits are difembarked ; and this Day the Remainder of the Fleet is arrived, which.it js t,o be hoped will be difcharged Tomorrow. Hague, April 15, N$. By the Letters received To-day from Brabant; erery Thing continued quiet 6n that Side. ,By thofe from Paris, Marfhal Saxe was to fet out for Br^iflels.as To-morrow or next Day j and the French King about the. middle of next Month. The fecond Greffier, M. Gilles, fetout Yefterday for France. To the King's mod excellent Majefty, The humble Addrefs of the Lieutenant-Governor, the Council and Affembly of. the. Ifland of Antigua. Mofi gracious Sovereign, WE youg Majefty's moft dutiful and loyal Subjects, the Lieutenant-Governor, Council and Affembly of your Majefty's Ifland. Antigua, humbly beg Leave to approach your Throne with the fmcereft Gratitude for your paternal Care and gracious Protection from Time toTimfr extended to us in this diftant Part of your Dominions. As we have fo very fenfibly the Bleffings of your Majefty's Aufpicious Reign, we embrace this firft Opportunity to aifure your moft facred Majefty, that it is with the ut-fnoft Deteftatlon we have heard of the traiterous and unnatural Rebellion againli your Majefty's Crown and Dignity. Altho' our unhappy Diftance from your Royal Peribn renders us of led Service than we could wifti to be, we fhall be always ready, to theutmoft of our Ability, to fup-port and defend his moft facred Majefty, and your Illuftri-ous Houfe, with our Lives and Fortunes. It is impoflible for u  conduct her Eack. ; The Lords of the Admiralty have been pleafed to appoint Capt. Peter Dennis, late Commander of the Folk-ftone, to command his Majefty's Ship the Windfar of -fixty Guns, and Yefterday fhe tell down the River to proceed on a Cruize. Yefterday the Tranfports that carried back the Dutch Forces, arrived in the River. Yefterday the Commiffioners of the Excife, appointed Mr. Hutchins to be general Surveyor of the Exciie for a(l the New Duties. Laft .ThurTday the Duke of Kingfton, prefented the Rev. Mr. John King to the Reclory -of Small wood in JSftttmgharjifhire, worth 200 1. a Year, void by the De-ceafe of the Rev. Mr. Morchall. On Monday Night died, at his Houfe in Shadwell, Mr. Cook, a Sail-maker ; whof.- Death was occafion'd by a Fall from his Horfe about a Fortnight ago, by whicji he broke two of his Ribs. Yefterday Morning the Houfe of Mr. Friend, a Cheefe-monger in Tooley-ftreet, Southwark, was broke open and robb'd of zj Pound in Money, and fome Kitchen Furniture, which the Rogues (wno are fuppcs'd to know the Houfe) carried off undifcover'd. Laft Week died at Stamford in Lincolnfhire, Edward HufTey, Efq; an eminent Attorney, and Clerk of the Peace for that County. Yefterday Charles Flower, Efq; a Gentleman of good Fortune in the Weft-Indies, was married at Hackney to Mrs. Auftin, a very agreeable Widow Lady, with a con-fiderable Fortune. On Monday died Mr. Porter, a wealthy Butcher in King-ftreei, Weftmmfler. ! Yefterday Morning an Exprefs was difpatched to Dub-> lin, to his Excellency the Loid Lieutenant of Ireland, who we hear is foon expected over from thence. By private Letters which' came in with the laft Dutch Mail we learn, that the French Court, fince the Arrival of an Exprefs from Madrid upon the Subjsdt of the bad Situation of their Affairs in Italy, feems to talk in a milder Strain than it has done for fome Months paft ; infomuch, that 'twas not in the leaft doubted at the Hague, but that their fecond Greffier, who was actually fet out for that Court, would be able.to fix Things in iuch a Manner that a Congrefi would foon be opened for-fettling a-general Peace. By Letters which came on Monday from Aberdeen, dated April 2, we have the following Particulars, that the Weather, they hoped, was now fettled in forfiir; that the Roads were much mended ; that the Ground began to be a little Dry j and that, as every Thing was ready, they fhould move the Moment they heard from General Bland that the Waters of the Spey were fo far abated as to make that River fordable, which 'twas expected would foon be, as the Waters have funk very much within thefe few Day3 paft ; that they had not yet heard from the Prince of Hefle, though they expected an Exprefs from him every Hour; that all their Accounts agreed, that the Highland Rebels continue to go off in fmall Parties fox want of Money and Provifions; and, that the Lowlanders defert a-pace upon another Account, viz. that of being forced farther into the Highlands againft their Confeht. Yefterday Paul-Phil Houfe and Thomas Finch, were committed to Newgate by Sir Thomas De Veil, for felo-nioufly forging* cauntereiting and publiihing a Promiffory Note, for Eleven Pounds, payable to the laid Thoma3 Finch, or Order, by one Mr. William Lang, knowing the fame to be falfe, forg'd and counterfeited. High Water at London-Bridge, this Day at 6 Minutes after z. A H  A   Y . M  A  R  K   E  T. T the KING'S THEATRE in the __HAY-MARKET, Saturday next, will be perfottn'd a New OPERA, call'd A  R  T   A   M   E   N   E. With Dances anjLotber Decorations, T.nti>e'y Ye-v. Pit and Boxes to be put together, and no Perfons Po be admitt-d without Tickets, which will }>t delivered that Day, at the Opera Office in the Hay-Market, at Half a Guinea each.   Gallery 5 s. By   HIS   MAJESTY*.  Command, No Perfons whatfoever to be admitted behind the Scenes. The Gallery ta be open'd at Four o'Clock.   Pit and Boxes at Five. To begin at Six o'Clock. DRURY-LANE. For the Benefit of Mr. SPARKES. By His Majefifs Company of Comedians, AT the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, this Day, April 9, will be prefented a Tragedy, call'd OTHELLO,   Moor of Venice. The Part of Othello by Mr. Delarie ) Iago by Mr. Sparks j Brabantio, Mr. Berry; Caflio, Mr. Havard ; Roderigo, Mr. Yates ; Duke, Mr.Winftone ; Lodovico, Mr.Blakes j Montano, Mr. Branfty ; Gratiano, Mr.Simpfonj Emilia by Mrs. Macklin ; And the Part of Defdemona by Mils EDWARDS, (Being the firft Time of ber appearing in that Chara&er.) ' And Entertainments of Singing and Dancing, particularly A�iii. Singing by Mr. Low?. A�l III.  The Italian Peafants by Monf. and Madem. Mechel, Acl IV.  A Cantata by Mr. Lowe. AStV. A Dance by Monf. Muilment, and others. To which will be added a Farce, call'd The VINTNER TRIC K'D. The Part of Vitard to be perfotm'd by Mr. SPARKES j Mixum, Mr. I. Sparks;   Padwell, Mr. Barrirrgtnn ; Solomon Smack, Mr.Collin� ; Mrs. Mixum, Mrs. Bridges. Boxes 5 Si  Pit 3 s.    Firft Gallery * �.     Upper Gallery is. 1*o begin exaftly at Six o'Clock. (�3� To-morrow The LADY'j LAST STAKE, or, The Wife'* Refe/Kment.   For the Benefit ef Mr. CIBBER.  C O V E N T- G A R D E N. \At the particular Defire of feveral Perfons'of A Qua!i;y. For the Benefit of Signora CAMPJONI. AT the Theirre-Royal in Cogent-Garden, this Day, will be prefented a Comedy, 'call'd The CARELESS HUSBAND. Lord Foppington by Mr. Woodward 5 Sir Charles Eafy, by Mr. Ryan ^ Lord Morelove, Mr. Hale; Lady B^-tty -Mod ft, Mrs. Horton ; Lady Eafy, Mrs. Pritchard j Xady Graveair?, Mrs. Vincent ; And the Part of Edgine, by Mifs Hppifley. And feveral Entertainments of Dancine. viz. Acl I. A Comic Dance, call'd The Italian Pcafantt Vy Mr. Cooke, Signora Campioni, Mr. Sodi, and others. Aft II. A Ballet, wlll'd The DRUNKEN TYROLEZE, by Mr." Sodi, Mifs Vanderfluys, and others. A A III. The Grand Dance in MOM US  by Mr. Villeneure, Signora Campioni, and other$. A�lIV. The Song of Diana in Dry den'j Secular Mafque, fet to Mufic by Mr. Boyce; fung by Mr. Beard. End of the Play will be reviv'd a Grand Ballet, eall'd PIGMALI.ON. By Mr. COOKE, Signora CAMPIONI, and others. To which will be added a Ballad-Farce, call'd PHEBE;  or, The Beggar's Wedding. Boxes 5 5.    Pit 3 s.   Firft Gall. is. . Upper Gall. I s. To begin e*aftly at Six o'clock. _To-morrow will be prefented CYMfrELINE. cr'H E Pursers of Hi> Majefty's Navy (-zybo are noiv in Tovjn) are de/iced to meet at the Crown Tavern behind the Royal-Exchange, at Six CClcck this Evening. ADVERTISEMENTS arc alfo taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-Hou*e, in Lombard-Street 1   

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