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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 18, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Advertiter. Deal, Apkl 16. ESTERDAY after Port his Maje-lly1s Ship Loo arrived, and failed again this Morning, Came down the Phoenix, Ellis, for Newfollifll-land ; the Parnaffus, Johnfon ; and Clarendon, Compton, for Jamaica ; Hope, Femter, for Madeira ; the Celles, Gilby, from Dunkirk ; and ------ remain with his Majefty's Ship the Sdpio, and all the Outward-bound mention'd in my laft, except the Henrietta, Norris, who is failed tx> the Weft-ward. Wind N.N.E. Grave/en J, Jp>il 16. Pafs'd by Three Sifters, Appleby ; and Robert and Mark, Lee, from Middlcburgh. The Elizabeth, Howard, from London, is arrived at Dublin. The Bowes, Hunter, fbr ditto, alfo at Dublin. . Extra3 of a Letter from Paris, April 15. ' The King has been lately at the Cabinet of Medals, 4 to fee the Machines and Inftruments made Ufe of there for two Years paft, in the Ledlures of Experimental Phi- fafely landed from France, and of which they were to be made Partakers, 'twas generally thought they would be obliged to quit lnvernefs, azd go farther-North, which in the End muft inevitably prove their Ruin, as it would be morally impoffible for them to get Subdftence ; to prevent which they were calling in their fcatter'd Parties, and the Body of 1000 Men which were fent to befiege Fort William; in order if pofiible to make a Stand, and rifque a Battle. Yeflerday Twelve Pieces of Cannon were fent f.om Woolwich, to be erected on two Forts built by the Direction of General Sinclair> on the Goaft of Suflexj for fecuring the Inhabitants againft French Privateers. Yefterday General Legonier reviewed General Dow-glafs's Regiment of Foot on Croydon Common ; at the fame Time a Fellow who had frequently mutinied and de-ferted, after receiving 500 Lafhes, was drumm'd out of the Regiment, with a Halter about his Neck. Yefterday there was Advice, that the Maria Catherina, Allen, from Antigua, for London, was taken by a French Privateer, about 80 Leagues Weft ofScilly, and carried into Bayonne. Yefterday at the Feaft of the Sons of the Clergy, at Merchant-Taylors Hall was collected upwards of 480 1. which with the Money given at the Choir, and that col- By By ' lofophy read before the Court .by the A*bbe de Nollet, I Tw"'"� W1"1 l"e ivioncy given at iwc v-nun, a.m ^ ' and defigned for the Ufe of Madam the Dau�phinefs, and I le�edthe Day of the Rehearfal, amounts in the whole to ' Mefdames the Daughters of France. This Academician I 9�7> 4 has oftc% repeated before the King the new and famous ' Experiments concerning Electricity, with which his Ma-' jefty feem'd equally furprifed and fatisfied. The Queen ' was.alfo defirous of feeing the new Electrical Phaenomc-4 nonTcommunicated byProfeflbr Mufchenbroek from Ley-< den, which you had an Account in mine of the 25th ult. � Of all the Experiments that Abbe Nollet has made in his ' Courie this was the only one her Majefty had not feen. ' Some Days after the Abbe, in Prefenceand by Order of ' the King, performed feveral other Experiments in Elec-� tricity, in the grand Gallery of Verfailles. What ap-pear'd moft remarkable was, that inftantaneoufly, by a fwgle Touch, he caufed the Electrical Commotion to be On Tuefday laft was married at Waltham-Abby, Sir Charles Seabright, a Gentleman poflefi'd of a large Eftate in Hertfordfhire, to Mifs Ward, only Daughter of Jonathan Ward, Efq5 of Ellington in Effex; a beautiful young Lady, with 10,000 1. Fortune, Yefterday Henry Felton, Efq; a Gentleman of a large Eftate, was married at Epping, to Mifs Morrice of that Place $ a very agreeable young Lady, with a confiderable Fortune. Yefterday the Lord Bifhop of Winchefter prefented the Rev. Mr. Jfaac Williamfon, to the Rectory of StrettoRcum Bolton, in Hampshire, void by the Deatn of the Reverend Mr. Langton. Tuefday laft being the Anniverfary of his Royal High- felt by .SoPerfomwho formed a Cham^ holding.one ^. ^ Cumberland's Birth-day, a very fplendid another by the Hand._ We have Reafon to expeft, from | and numerQUS Company ^ upon thaf Qccafion, at the �the Penetration and Sagacity of this Academician, that ' he will carry his Difcoveries yet farther upon this Sub-* jett. We hear from St. Chamond, in the Lyonnois, that there has been eftabliftied the/e, for about three Dolphin Tavern in Tower-ftreet, (being the Place of their Annual Meeting) where was a very grand and ele-' gant Entertainment, and many Loyal Healths were drank. Yefterday Sir Simon Urlin, Knt. Recorder of this City, gibbettetf at Shepherd's Bulh.-He behaves very penitent in the Cells, and declares his Sorrow for his heinous Offence. On Monday laft a Powder-Mill belonging to Mr.Bridges, at Yeovil in Surry, blew up by Accident, but happily no Perfons loft their Lives, the Workmen having quitted if. about an Hour before. On Wednefday Evening as Mr. Grange, a Staymaker, was coming from Chelfea, he was ftopt in the Fields, by three Ruffians arm'd, who robb'dhim of 17 s. and made off towards Hide-Park. Difeafes and Casualties this Week. Di/eafes, Aged 85. Confumption 85. Convul-fion 144, Dropfy 25. Fever 56. Small Pox 68. Teeth 29. Cafualties. Drown'd 2. Hang'd themfelves 2. Kill'd by jobbing a Pipe down his Thrqat 1. Overlaid 1. Scalded 1. Chriften'd Males 147. Females 136. In all 283. Buried Males 263. Females 254. In all 327. Decreas'd in the Burials this Week 95. High Water London-Bridge, this Day at 17 Minutes after 8. Bank-Stock 123. India Ditto 163 a 1 half. South Sea Stock no,Price. Ditto Old Annuities 9; 1,half a 1 4th. Ditto New 93 3 4ths a 94 3 4ths a 1 half. Bank Annuities 90 1 8th a 1 half a 1 8th. Three per CentT Annuities 78 3 4ths a 79 3 8ths a 1 4th. Ditto 1742, 78 , . .3 4thsa79 3 8thsa 1 4th Ditto 1743, and 1744, 78 and by aMeflenger who came .frem thence to Aberdeen I 3 4tns a 79 3 8thsa 1 4th. Ditto 1745, 78 3 4thsa 79 three Hours before the Date of thefe Letters, they were I 38thsa 1 4th. Million Bank no Price. Equivalent 95. informed, that three Deferters were brought in there by a | R0yai Affurance no Price. London Aflurance 10. Eng- Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Circula- te Confternation they are in fince the French have re treated into their Dominions. And they have been appre-lenfive that the Spaniards and Neapolitans muft foon follow. The 4 or coo Spanifh Horfe, who are marching from Orbitello, advance flowly thro' Tufcany ; they are followed by about 4000 Foot, the firft Column of which is arrived at Viterbo. Quarters are preparing for thefe Troops along the Rivioca bf Genoa. LONDON. There has been a fmart Skirmifti in Brabant between the Graffins and a Party of Auftrians Huffars, to the Difad-vantage of the former. , Letters from Worms fay, that the French Troops are brifkly in Motion in Alface, and .advancing towards the Lines of Germeriheim; but tho' they fpread thro' all the Villages about, their Number is not great, nor does it feem to encreafe. By the laft Advices from Aberdeen, dated April 9, there is the following Account: That his Royal Highnefs the Duke, with the Army under his Command, fet forward on the 8th in the Morning for Invernefe; they were to encamp every Evening till they got there, which, by the Route fixed, was to be laft Night. When his Royal Highnefs drew up and review'd his Soldiers before fetting out, they all feem'd in good Health and-high Spirits; and when their Officers told them (by Order, and in the Prefence of the Duke) the Bufinefs they were going upon, they all, with one Content, gave three chearful Huzzas, and declared they would ftand by his Royal Highnefs with the laft Drop of their Blood. That Evening Part of the Army reaeh'd Old Meldrum 5 ".luimtu, mat inree l^eierters were uruugm m uicic uy To-morrow, The LYING LOVER. Tickets deliver^ out for The FOP's FORTUNE by Mx.Collmt, Mr. Dicbertfon, Mifs Royer, Sec. will be taken to The Lying Lover; COVEN T-GARD E~R For the BENEFIT of Mrs. LAMPE and Mrs. VINCENT. AT the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden, this Day, will be prefented a Comedy, call'd LOVE FOR LOVE. �The Part of .Valentine by Mr. Hale ; Tattle, by Mr. Chapman; Scandal Mr. Calhell j Trapland, Mr. Hippifley ; Sir Sampfon Legend, Mr. Marten ; Ben, Mr.Woodward; Forefight, Mr. Arthur; Jeremy, Mr. James. Mrs. Frail, Mrs. Hale ; Mrs. Forefight, Mr*. Vincent; Mifs Prue, Mifs Hippifley ; Nurfe, Mrs. James; ^And the Part of Angelica, by Mrs. Pritchard. . , With Entertainments of Dancin?, vi2. The laft reviv'd Ballet, call'd PIGMAL. ION. By Mr. cook.e, Signora CAMPIONI, and others. Alfo' a Peafant by Mr. Cooke. � To which will be added a Burlefque Opera (not perform'd thefe; Five Years) call'd The DR AGO N of W A NTL E Y. The Part of Moor of Moor-Hall by Mr. Beard, (Being the firft Time ofbis performing that Character \) Margerina, Mrs. Lampe ; Mauxalinda, Mifs Young 5 Gubbins, Mr. Laguerre; the Dragon, Mr. Reinhold. Boxes S s. Pit 3 s. Firft Gallery a s. Upper Gallery 1 s. To begin exactly at Six o'CIock. To-morrow The BEGGAR's OPERA. For tho Benefit of Mr. NICHOLLS._ T the NEW WELLS, near the London- Spavf, ClerienwiU, which is Open'd by YEATES, Sen. and Jun. will be prefented this and every Evening (during the Summer Seafon) the USUAL DIVERSIONS of Tumbling by Monf.Janno, Mr. Rayner, Mr. Hough, and ethers. Rope-Dancing by Mifs Rayner, Mr. Janno, and others. Singing by Mr. Brett, Mifs Lincoln, and MifsVaux. Seferal Dances, Serious and Comic, by Mafter Jofeph Granier, Mr. Granier, Mr. Janno, Mr. Rayner, Mr. Olbeldiftoa, Mr. Yeates, Mr.Waters, Mafter Jack Grainier, Mifs Granier," Mifs E. Rayner, Mifs J. Rayner, Mrs. Rayner^ Mrs. Luskin, Mifs Lincoln, MifsVaux, and others, particularly A Grand Comic Ballet, call'd Let Rejouiffances Ckmpetres. Mr. PLATT being recove 'd from his late Indifpolition will fing Ma* Tom. With a New Entertainment of Mnfick, call'd BRIT AN N 1 A R E D 1 V I V A; Or, Courage, and Liberty. Courage, Mr. Brett ; Genius of England, MifsVaux ; Liberty^ Mifs Lincoln. Interfperfed with a new Piece' in Groteftjue Characters, call'd The FORTUNATE VOLUNTEER) Or, The Amours o/-HARLEQULN. Harlequin by Mr. Waters} Colombine, Mifs Lincoln ; 'Squirf Mr. Yeatei; Clown, Mr. Warner. The Scenes, Machines, Mafick and Dreffiet, being entirely Nem� To begin every Evening at Five o'CIock. Each Perfon to be admitted for a Pint of WINE of punch. AT~SADLER's WELLS, adjoining id the New River Hetd, IJIingtori, which is now Open'd by Meffs. ROSOMAN and HOUGH, this and every Evening (during the Summer Seafon) will be The Usual Diversions of that Plac�. Confiftihg of Rope-Dancing and Tumbling by Mr. Hendrick, Mr. Williams, Mr^Morris, Mr. Peter Hough, Mr. Jofeph, Mafter Vangavile, MafterGarman, and others; alfo Rope-Dancing by the YOUNG GIANT. Variety of Dancing,, both "Serious and c�l>icV by Mr. MATTHEWS, Mr. Davenport, Mr. Rogeir, Mr. WUlfc ams, Mr.Garinaii, Mr. Jofeph, Mrs. Hough, Mrs. Phillips, Mrs. Annefley, and Mrs. Daveiipprt. Ladder-Dancing by Mr. Hendrick. Singing by Mr. Heemfkirck, Mrs. Dodfon, ana Mifs Bennet. To which will be added an Entertainment of Mufick (never per- . fnm'i hfifurrKill'i - ^ , , NUS and AURORA. IT H Tithonus, by Mr* Heemtkirck ; Aurora, Mrs. Dodfon ; ' Mercury, Mr. Saunders. Interfpers'd with a New Piece in Grotefoue Chara&ers, call'd The AtfSWAKD 'SQUIRE, or Harlequin Philofepher. The Charafter of Harlequin by Mr. ftofomarn ; 'Squire, Mr. Davenport ; Colombine, Mrs. Hough ; the Clown, Mr. Hough. The Whole to Conclude with . A GRAND DANCE in the PALACE of AURORA. The Cloatbs, Scenes, Mufick, and other Decorations art aairily Nfa, To begin every Evening at "Five o'CIock, Each Perfon to be admitted for a PINT of WINE or PUNCH"! ADVERTISEMENTS^ alfo taken in lor this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-Street.
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