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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 3, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. N tr m g. 3^04. SATURDAY^ May 3, 1746. Deal, April 31. JRRIVED Yefterday his MajeftyV Ship the Chatham, with leveral Coafters from the Weftward 5 and-this Morning fhe fail'd on a Cruize. Yefterday Afternoon failed the Diamond, Goatly, for Leghorn. Came down his Majefty's Sloop Saltafh,; and remain with the Dutch India-men ; and the America, Noble, for New-England. Wind S.E. Grave/end, May i. Pafs'd by Sufannah, Elders, from Dantzick ; Salmond, Ruffel, from Lifbon ; Cambridge, Redman, from Barbadoes; and City of London, Millelh, from Hamburgh. Plymouth, April 29. The Merchant Ships remain as in my laft $ with Admiral Martin, and his Squadron. The Monmouth is in the Harbour, to get new Malls ; the reft are ready for the Sea. The Convoys for the Weft Indies and Newfoundland are ordered to ftay 24 Hours, to be joyn'd by fome other Ships.from the Eaftward. A Privateer was feen to carry away a VefTel about two Leagues from this Place ; but what her Name is we kaow not. Pool, April 30. Sail'd New-Bridge, Harman, for London ; and Young Green,- Chriftman, for South Carolina. Came in Jolliff Sloop, Pelly, from Tenby. Cowes, April 30. The 27th came in the Eleanor, Pennell, of and from Topfham, for Gibraltar, and failed next Morning for Spithead. Sail'd the Rofe, Bond, of andirom Bofton, for London; alfo the John, Keadie, to the Mother-bank, bound for South Carolina to Hamburg ; alfo Elliot Gaily, Lyddel, from South Carolina, for London. Port/mouth, April 30. Arrived at Spithead his Majefty's Ship Mary Gaily, Capt. Swanton ; with the Britannia, Hutchinfon ; Queen of Hungary, Maynard ; Peter and Mary, Afhingdon ; Induftry, Week ; Anne Gaily, Lachford ; Antilope, Ackfet; Neptune, Crawford; Hope, Ferriter ; Judith, Holland , Kingfton, Whitby; Mary, Moor; Tryton, Laud; and Matilda, Grunflon, from the Downs. Arrived alfo at Spithead the Scipio Man of War; and the Three Friends, Allen; Martha,-; Eleckus, Duncomb ; and Carteret, Robinfon, from the Downs. The Three Sifters, Jenkins, from '.Carmarthen, is arrived at Newry. The Adventure, Laund, from ditto, atEelfafl The Carolina, -, from Yarmouth, at Drogheda. The Colerain, Clark, from Briftol; and Phasnix,-, fram Leverpool, at Colerain. LONDON. Extraft of a Letter from Aberdeen, April 19. ' A few Days before his Royal Highnefs and the Army left this P^ace for Inverness, there was distributed a-' mongft the Soldiers, a Shirt and a Pair of Breeches to each Man, befides other Neceffaries, brought by a Ship from London, faid to be Part of the Produce of the Veteran's Scheme, fo much talk'd of: They came very feafonably, as the poor Fellows were in great want of thofe Neceffaries.-When they were told it was a Gift of the Citizens of London, they faid, they would fhew themfelves worthy of it by their Conduct, and march'd with determined Refolution to do the Bufinefs they have * fo glorioufly ended. ' 1 am told by a good Hand, that the Rebels, fure of * Viftory, had. before the Aftion near Culloden, feat up- * wards of 1000 Men to the Borders of the Spey, to in- * tsrcept and deftroy all the Elector's Troops (as they * call'd them) in the Flight,- but thank God their Devices ' are confounded, -to the Immortal Honour of his Royal * Highnefs the Duke, and the Tranquillity of this Coun-� try. I am, &c, ^ We hear that the 50001. alloted by the Guildhall Sub-foiption, as a Reward to fuch Regiments as fhould be-iavewell in the time of Aftion, agreeable to the Opinion of his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland, is immediately to be transmitted to Scotland, to be difpbs'd of ai his Highnefs thinks proper. The Thanks of the Houfe of Peers to his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland, for the Glorious Viftory obtained by him againft the Rebels, and which has been tranfmitted to his Royal Highnefs is (as we are informed) to the following EfFeft; " For the great and eminent Services performed by him " to hisMajefty and his Kingdoms againft the Rebels; and " that his Royal Highnefs be affured of the juft Senfe, " which this Houfe has in how diftinguifhed a Manner " the late Viftory was owing to his Valour and Conduct, " and to his indefatigable Zeal, Activity and Labours in " the Caufe of his Royal Father, and of his Country, " &c." > Yefterday Morning died of a Fever, at his Houfe in Great St. Helen's, Waiter Bernard, Efq; Alderman for Broidftreet Ward; a Gentleman highly efteem'd by all that knew him. On Thudday was married at St. Martin's Church, Mifs Mcdcaft of Red Lyon-lireet, to Capt. Skelton, of the Second Regiment of Foot-Guards, a Young Lady of �0,0001. Fortune. His Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales fets out on Monday next for Epfom. This Day the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor, Aldermen srid Common-Council, will wait on his Majsfly, with their Congratulatory Addrefs on the Victory gain'd by the Duxe over the Rebels. ExtraSi of a Letter from Dover, May 1. ' This Morning arrived here the York Privateer, Capt. Gravenor, from a Cruize ; who has fent in here a Smuggling Cutter, with 488 Half-Anchors of Brandy, and ^9 Bags of Tea.-She belong'd to Rye, and rook in her Lading at Boloign, off which Place Capt. Gravenor took her ; but all the Crew got on Shoar on the Coaft of France. ' This Morning nine Deferters from the Irifh Regiments in the French Service, landed here from Boloign ; they came over in a Boat, which they feiz'd, with two French Seamen in her.' One Hundred and Fifty Matrofles are draughted out of the Train at Woolwich for Portfmouth, where they are to embark with the Troops on a fecret Expedition; Laft Week the Rev. Mr. Auguftine Meadows, Fellow of Queen's College- Cambridge, was prefented to the Living of St. Auguftine at Maddington in that County, by the Right Hon. the Earl of "Maiton, Void by the Deceafe of the Rev. Mr. James Skinner. Thurfday laft died, in the 78th Year of his Age, at his Houfe in Oxford-Road, Mr. Paddock, formerly an eminent Builder. On Wednefday died, at his Houfe in Duke ftreet, Weft-minfter, in the gotlf Year of her Age, Mrs. Tench, a Widow Lady ; and this Day her Corpfe is tc be carried to Chifslehurft in Kent, to be buried there.-She has left a confiderable Partof her Fortune to Charitable Ufes. Vork> April 19. We are inform'd, that an horrid Con* fpiracy of the Papifts in Northumberland, &c. has been difcovered, which was to have feized Newcaftle, and maf-facred the Proteftants there, if the Rebels had gained any Advantage (which they had promifed themfelves) over the King's Fprces. We forbear to mention the Names of thofe, who, it is faid, were engaged in it, till we have a Certainty of the Truth of it. On Wednefday Night laft, fome very ill-difpofed Perfon, or Perfons, did put into the Box, where the Letters are put into the Poft-OfHce, in this City (and amongft feveral Letters) a fmall Piece of Fir, about ten Inches long, dipp'd in Pitch, with an Intention, as is fuppos'd, to fet on Fire the faid Poft-Office ; for the Difcovery of which Mr. Old-field has offered a Reward of Ten Guineas. Extrail of a Letter from a Gentleman at Edinburgh, to the Author of the General Advertifer. SIR, " I fend you a Comparifon of Two Characters, drawn " here by Mr. F-, which we think not unfit to " open the Eyes of all Jacobite Ladies. tte P A R A L L E L. IN Years, Strength and Activity they were nearly equal; both too poffefs'd the fame Conftancy of Spirit, and th courted Renown with the fame Ardor, but in different Ways. William in Acts of Beneficence had no Superior; Charles in the Practice of Tyranny had no Equal. Humanity was the diftinguifhing Characteriftic of the one ; and Military Execution the known Badge of the other. William was celebrated for his Bravery; Charles for his Chaf-tity. The former loek'd Danger in the Face like a true Hero; the latter hid himfelf from it like his Father's Son. The latter we admire as a fine Runner; the former as an excellent Purfuer. William, in fhort, had a Sweetnefs of Difpofiticn, an innate Courage, a Fund of Good-Senfe, and Good-nature, which made him ador'd by the Soldiers and efteem'd by all others; with a noble Love of Glory, which he purfued only in the Paths of Virtue and Honour: His chief Ambition was to command at the Head of Armies, there to fignalize his Military Virtue, as the Scourge of Tyranny and Unrighteous Power. The ruling Paffion of Charles was to gain a Crown, and avoid a Cofiin: He vied not in Honour with the Worthy, nor in Courage with the Brave ; but was not inferior in Pride to the moft Haughty, in Plunder to the moft Rapacious, or in Falfehood to the moft Perfidious : He lov'd the Men better than the Women ; and yet, which is wonderful, the lefs he courted the Ladies, the fafter they followed hjm. On the Defeat of the Rebels. AS his worm-eaten Volumes old Time tumbled o'er, To review the great Actions which happpen'd of Yore, When the Names of young Amman and Cafar he faw, He fmil'd, but foon turn'd to a Churchill, Najfau, With a Sigh then he faid, What! has Britain no Friend ! " With Thefe muft her Long Race of Heroes haveEndJ" When inftant a Blaft on her Trumpet Fame blew, Which fo long had been filent the Sound he fcarce knew ; Full confefs'd to his Sight then the Goddefsappear'd, And half out of Breath, cry'd, " The News have you " heard? " Father Time, I've one Hero to add to your Store, " Brave William has conquer'd, Rebellion's no more !" Well pleas'd, in his Annals Time wrote down the Name, Made the Record Authentic, and gave it to Fame. IRELAND. Dublin, April 26. Yefterday at Noon his Grace John Lord Archbiftiop of Armagh, Primate and Metropolitan of all Ireland, the Right Hon. Robert Lord Nieuport, Lord High Chancellor, and the Right Hon. Henry Boyle, Efq; Speaker of the Hon. Houfe of Commons, were fworn Lords Juftices of this Kingdom. Laft Thurfday the Right Hon. the Earl of Abercorn arrived here from England. Wednefday arrived here a Martinico Ship laden with Sugar and Coffee, a Prize to the Shoreham Privateer of Briftol. Yefterday Mr. Anthony Robinfon, Riding-CfHce at Bullock, made a Seizure of feveral Chefts of lndia-Geods in a Houfe in Cuffe-ftreet, and brought them to his Majefty's Store's. EPIGRAM. STANHOPE each Purpefe of his Breaft To gen'rous Views confign'd ; , And chofe his Method to be blelt r By bleffing all Mankind. STANHOPE, tho' high thy Tranfports glow, To one falfe Step defcend ; Or you'll incur the dang'rous Woe Of Him, whom All commend J At RUCKHOLT-HOUSE, cn Monday next the 5th of May, will be a Rehearfal of the whole Band of Mufickj The Vocal Part by Mr. Lowe, and a young Lady. A Concetto on the Harpfichord by Mr. W organ. A Solo and Concerto on the German Flute by \\x. Lawfon. Se-. veral favourite Scotch Airs on the Violoncello, by Mi* Ofwald. A Solo and Concerto on the Hautboy, by Mr. Eiffert.-Tickets 1 s. 6 d. Breakfafting included. Thf Entertainment in the Morning to begin at 1 o o'Clock, and in the Afternoon at 4. Each Perfon after 2 to pay Sixpence Admittance, excepting thofe that dine there. Plenty of Carp, Tench, &c. And the Houfe free every Day for the Summer-Seafon, Mcndays excepted.----N .B. Orders for Entertainments, with a Bill of Fare, may be left over Night at the Punch-houfe at the Royal-Ex change ; or, at the new Punch at Aldgate; and every thing as cheap as at any Tavern in London. The Reprefentation of the Battle near Culloden-Houfe* has met with fuch univerfal Applaufe from Crowded Audiences, that the Proprietor of the New Wells in Good-man's-fields, takes this Opportunity, to return his humble Thanks for their kind Appearances; and as he fpares no Expence to make his Performances agreeable to the Town, he hopes for their further Indulgence. The fame Will be perform'd to Night with feveral Additions. As the Proprietors of Sadler's Wells have diligently em-fcrac'd every Opportunity of giving their Audiences Satisfaction, they would have thought themfelves guilty of the higheft Error to have been filent upon the prefent happy Occafion : Every Clafs of Britons muft be pleafed at thfe leaft Hint of Gratitude due to that excellent Prince, who has expos'd himfelf to fo many Difficulties for the lake of his Country, and therefore they have endeavour'd to fhevV a Natural Scene of what perhaps may happen to many an honeft Countryman in Confequence of the late happy Victory, in a new Interlude of Mufick, call'd Strephon*^ Return, *or the Britifh Hero, which will be perform'd thig Night, with many Advantages of Drefs and Decoration. N.B. Mr. Matthews will dance a new Ballet this Evening' A large and frefh Parcel of the richeft Sort of Genuine IRISH STUFFS, is juft arrived at Wells and Hartlefs. Warehoufe, at the Naked Boy and Woolpack in Ludgate-ftreet, with great Variety of Beautiful Mixtures fuitable to the Seafon, in all Colours and Qualities. They have alfo great Choice of other Things for Ladies cheap Gowns j nd deal as largely in all forts of Silks, as ufual. High-Water this Day at London-Bridge at 58 Minutes after 9. 3 Bank Stock 124 1 8th a 1 half. India Di:to no Pricei South Sea Stock 97. Ditto Old Annuities 96 1 half a 1 8th. Ditto New 97 1 half a 1 4th. Four per Centi Bank Annuities 93 5 8ths a 3 4ths a 1 half a c, fc ths. Three per Cent. Annuities 81 3 4ths a 1 half. Million Bank no Price. Equivalent 95. Royal Affurance nd) ^price. London Affurance 9 3 4ths. Englifh Coppe'r 5 1. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no. Price. Five per Cent. Ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 6 1. Pr. India Bonds 17 s. a 18 s. Pr. Three and a half Sjdt Tal-lies no Price. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders no Price. Three per Cent. Ditto no Price. Tickets 7 s. 6 d. Pr. Life Annuities 11 7 &ths a 12 Years Purchafe. HAY -MARKET. AT the KING's THEATRE in the HAY-MARKET, this Dtj, will be perform'd a Netf OPERA, call'd ALEX AN DER in INDIA. With Dances and other Decorations, Entirely New. Pit and Boxes to be put together, and no Perfons to He admitted without Tickets, which will be delivered till* Day, at the Oper* Office in the Hay-Market, at Half a Guinea each. Gallery 5 s. By HIS M EST Y's Command, No Perfons whatfoeverto be admitted behind the Scenes. The Gallery to be open'd at Four o'Clock. Pit and Boxes aC Five. To begin at Six o'clock. /__ . / WHEREAS on Thurfday the 17th of April, it was difcovered, that a Hole has been broke thro* the Floor into a Warehoufe at Boto'ph Wharf, and feveral Quantise* of Salt Petre were ftolC, belonging to the Hon. Eaft-India Company, the faid Company promife, that if any Body will difcover to MeSrs. Day and Finlay, at the faid Wharf, any of the Perfons concerned in the fome, fo as th$y may be convifled thereof, they faali receive a Reward of Twenty Guineas upon fuch Gqnvic~Uon. 9 2 �J ADVERTISEMENTS are aHb. taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Cqffee-Hq*tsi, in Lombard-Street,
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