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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 21, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. SATURDAY,   June 21,   1746. Veal) June 19. [RRIVED Yefterday after Poft his Majefty's jShip the^ Fax, with about 50 Sail of Coafters from the Weftward* Game down the Prince Charles, Lyon, for Jamaica ; and remains with the Fox, Galloper Tender;. Real Gaily, Phillips, for Leghorn; the Peckham-Gally, Stewart, for Newfoundland ; and the Dutch Ship for the Eaft-Indies.  Wind W.S.W. Poel, June 18. Yefterday came in the Hope* *Mou-rant, for Guernzey, and failed the fame Day j wish the Sufannah, Wellard, for ditto. Sailed alfo the John, Wat-fon, for London.  Wind S.W. . Weymouth, June 18. Yefterday arrived here the Blef-. fingofand for this Place, Andrews, from Dublin, laft from Wales. The Goochj Mackenzie, from Virginia, is arrived at Briftolinfix Weeks, and three Days. The Fortune, Curling, from London, at South Carolina. The Lilly, Merryweather, from Briftol at Virginia. The --, Parkins, from Leverpoql at Barbadoes./: The Nonpareil, Tucker, from South Carolina off Dover. The Breretori, Meadows, from Barbadoes, at Lever-pool. The Endeavour, Fergus, from Madeira, at Barbadoes. The Tyber, Crombie, from Norway at Yarajout�. The Good Intent, Qibfon, from London at Whiter haven. The Blundell, arrived at Leverpool from Barbadoes, camedut the 3d of May, in Company with the Brereton, for JLeverpool; Rqbinhood, Littlejohn, for Leghorn and Two Brothers, Grantland, for Newfoundland j and fpoke with the Rofe,* Willis; and Reftoration, J��rr, from London ffbr Virginia, in Eat. 55. 30". L ON D G N. 4s it may convey fome Idea of the prtfent Canfiitutton of Swedtn, which is thought to come nearer to our own fhan any other in Europe, ive Jhallgi  King of � Sweden, of ,th� ,Goths, of the Vandals, &c. Whea we � confident ofthejZeaj and Fidelity you have fhewn in your ' former Affemblies for the Good of the Kingdom in ge-' neral, and for oar Satisfaction in particular,, we cannot � but rejoice at the Approach of this new Affembly. ef-' pecially as we are perfuaded, that we (hall find ourfelves ' relieved in the Weigh* of our Government by the Mea-' fares and Regulations/ which you will concur with us in ' for the Advancement of the Profperity of this Kingdom. ' We cannot but return Thanks to the Almighty, for that ' we have had no urgent Reafofis to affemble you extraor- * diruurily, th�' it has' been a Time wherein aimoft all * Europe has appeared in Arras.   You will have Oppqrtu- * nity therefore, tp deliberate upon what- you {hall judge * mod: convenient for the Good of the Kingdom with the ' greater Tranquillity, as it has^preafed the Almighty to ' eftablilh theThroBeby means of a Succeffor, which has ' removed feveraTObftacles, which, might have clogg'd ' yoar Deliberations, and have given Caufe for Troubles ' and Difficulties. .' It is for thefe Reafons, and in order that we may ' have the Benefit of your Councils for the Safety of the ' Kingdom, that we thought proper, by thefe "Prefents, ' to convoke the refpeSive "Eftates for the holding of a * General Dyet. We do therefore order the faid States, ' that they be.ready at Stockholm on the Day appointed : ' And our Will is, that thofe who are aothorifed to fend 'hither Deputies, do conform, therein to the'Tenor of ' the 47th Article of the Form of Government, and the '.6th and 7th Articles of the Ordinance of the Dyet. It � is alfo our Will, that the Deputies who may be ele&ed ' fliall have full Powers, conformable to that Ordinance. ' There lhall be fent to the Dyet, in Quality of Deputies, 1 the Colonel of every Regiment, or in their Abfence the 'Lieutenant-Colonel, with one Captain; and from the ' Admiralty of Carlefcroon, one Flag-OtHcer, with two ' Captains; from that of the Stockholm Squadron, he ' who commands it, in Conjun&ion with one Captain * and from that of Gattemburgh, the Flag-Officer Com-' mandant, and one Captain.   We recommend it to you ' not to fail of being there at the Time fixed> that we may. ' the foonejr communicate to you our Propofitionsi and e difcharge you to return home, after an happy Conclufion ' of the Dyet.  Done in $he Senate, May 20, 1746. Sign'd, FREDERICK. We will only make one Remark on this Piece, without drawing any Inference from it; which is-, that it appears, the Military Officers, both in the Land and Sea Service, are ex Officio, entitled to a Share 6f the Legiilative Power in Sweden. Extratf of a Letter from Charles Town in Carolina, dated May 6, 1746. e On the 24th of laft Month theTartar and Aldborough ' Men of War, took upon this Coaft a Privateer Brigan-' tine belonging to St. Aagaftine, fhe carries 16 Guns and � 142 Men, ihe loft Ten Men, the Tartar One j the Aid-' ' borough had two of her Mafts wounded) and is come in ' with the Prize.--On the 29th. a fmall Privateer from * the faid Place took a Snow bound from Glafgow to this * Port. On the ift Inftant, came in a Spanifh Privateer ' Sloop of 8 Guns, Ihe was taken by the Cruizer of Phila- * delphia, and the {Mercury of that Place  the Cruizer is * taken near the Havannah by a Man of War Snow> and * two Xebeques. Yefterday in the Afternoon arrived an Exprefs from Plymouth, with Advice, that on the 18th Inftant came in there a Cutter from Admiral Martin, by whom we have Advice, that the French and Spanifti Squadrons, who have lain fo long at Rochfort have actually put to Sea! By Letters from Kinfale we have Advice, that laft Week the Eagle and Nottingham Men of War failed out of that Port) in queft of a French Man of War of 64'; Guns, commanded by one Murphy, who has for a long Time infefted the South-Weft Coaft of Ireland.-The Sunderland and Faulcon Sloop remained therej out of the latter, fiveMen attempted to efcape in the Ship*sBoats, two of whom were fliot Dead and another Wounded j there were three Chefts of Arms fired on them. Letters from Barbadoes, by way of Leverpool r dated May 3, bring Advice,, that his Majefty's Ship the Ar-gyle, was arrived there from a Cruize ; and was to fail the 20th of the fame Month> wjuh the Trade for the Leeward Iflands, to join the Trade there for England. Yefterday came Advice, that the Fortune, Wefton, from Newcaftje to Gibraltar, is loft off the Orkneys. . This Morning- Sir John Legonier,; Knight of the Hon. Order of the Bath, fets out from his Houfe in North-Audley-ftreet for Harwich to embark for Holland, on his I way to Flanders, in order to take upon him the Command of the Britifli Forces there. The Hon. Edward Walpole, Efq; Clerk of the Pells- in I the Exchequer, has appointed Mr. Wright, Son of Mr. ^ James Wright, deceas'd, late pne of the Meflengers to his ] Majefty'sTreafury, to be one of the Clerks in the faid Office, in fhe raom. of Mr. John Wilfon/deceas'd; The Hon. Thomas Townihend, Efq; Brother to the ' Right Hon. the Lord Vifcount Townihend, and one of the Tellers of his Majefty's Exchequer, has appointed one of his Domefticks to fucceed Mr. Kobinfon lately deceas'd, [ as Meflenger and Money Porter belonging to the faid Exchequer. On Thurfday laft died Mrs.. Lloyd, Wife of Mr. Lloyd an eminent Woollendraper near the New Church in the : Strand.  Her affable Temper and general good Behaviour � makes her Relations and Acquaintance inconfolable for the : Lofs of her. Yefterday died, at her Houfe in Iflington, Mrs.JIud-* fon, in the 9 j th Year of her Age, who retain'd her Senfes : to the laft.  She was Widow of Mr. Hudfon, "a wealthy Cow-keeper ; of whom it is remarkable, that he had 50 Cows died within 50 Houre, in the Year 1715. Yefterday died at Hampftead Mr. Padmore, an eminent. Apothecary, very much eftcem/d by all that knew him. Yefterday Morning William Ruflel, the Attorney'sCkrkr and Samuel Prigg, were carried from Newgate in a Mourn ing Coach, and executed at Tyburn,  both of them being drefs'd in Mourning.   Ruflel, tho' very Penitent, tbehav'd with great Intrepidity, and whilft his Fetters were knocking off, feeing feveral of his Acquaintance in the Prefs-yard, he fpoke to them, and defired Youth to take Warning by him. Prigg afle'd for a large Glafs of Brandy to cheer his Spirits, telling the Officers it would befo long before he was hang'd, that he.fhould faint away.   He . laugh'd feveral Times at the Gallows, and fix'd the Halter himfelf, telling the Executioner he did not know his Bufinefs*  They were both taken Care of by their Friends to be interr'd.-The genuine Account of thefe two Malefa&ors, and all Ruuell's Robberies, will be publifh'd this Day at Noon, Price Four-pence, by J; Nicholfon Printer in the Old-Bailey, and may be had, at the Pamphlet-Shops, and of the News-Carriers^ At Ruckholt Houfe, on Monday'next will be a Grand Concert of Vocal and Inftrumental Mufick. The Vocal Part by Mr. Lowe *, Several Favourite Airs on the Violoncello by. Mr. Ofwald ; A Solo and Concerto on th� German Flute by Mr. Lawfon; A Concerto' on the Hautboy by Eiffert j To conclude with a Song made in Honour of his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland, fung by Mr. Lowe. Tickets 1 s. 6 d. Breakfafting in�kided.^I^e Entertainment in the Morning to begin at Ten o'Ciock ; and in the Afternoon at Four: With Singing by Mifs Reeve. Each Perfon after Two> to pay Six-pence Admittance, excepting thofe that dine there j for which are commodious handfome Rooms* with Plenty of Crap, Tenchj CruforSj &c. Proper Cooks provided ; and every thing as cheap as at any Tavern in London. Orders for Entertainments, with a Bill of Fare, may be left at any Time^ at the Punch-Houfe at the Royal-Exchange; er at the new Punch-Houfe at Aldgate. And the Houfe free every Day for the Summer Seafon, Mondays excepted. IRE AND. tiublin, June 14. Wednefday laft being the Anniverfary of his Majefty's Acceflton to the Crown, at Noon there was a great Court at the Caftlej where their Excellencies the Lords Juftices received the Compliments of the Nobi-lity* &c. And in the Evening their Excellencies review'd, on St. Stephen's Green, the Company of Affociated Gentlemen of the Law, who met there, under Arms^ in Honour of the Day, and went through the Manual Exercife, Evolutions, and the feveral kinds of FiringSj with the ut-moft Exa&nefs, of which their Excellencies were pleafed to exprefs the greateft Pleafure and Satisfaction. Laft Tuefday Mr. John Bellow, a Grocer in Channel-Row> ChurCh-ftreet, was accidentally ihot, as he was paffing Lower-Ormond Quay, by a Shot from a Mufquet-barrel, which a Gun-Smith's Apprentice was proving on the oppofite Side of the River. The fame Day one Satchel! and one Short, hax'ing Words with James Allen} a Jeweller* in Phoenix-Street, ftruck him in feveral Parts of his Body, and ftabbed hirn. in the Breaft, of which he is fmce dead: Satchell and Short are both committed to Newgate. On Wednefday Charles Powell, Efq; one of the Six Clerks* was thrown off his Horfe near Cold-Blow, by which bis Skull was fraftured, and he died foon after. Laft Tuefday died of the Gout in his Stomach, at his Houfe on UlherVQuay, Robert Dillon, Efq; Member of Parliament for the Borough of Dungarvan in the County of Waterford. The fame Day Meflieurs James Hamilton, Denis Callag-ban, William Hill, Henry Way land, and John Bayly, were fworn Attornies of his Majefty's Court of Exchequer. The fame Day died of a Quinfey at his Houfe in Ken-nedy's-Lane, Mr. James Smith, Deputy Pre-thonotary, Clerk of the Entries, Keeper of the Writs, and Clerk of the Errors of his Majefty's Court of KingVBench; all which Offices he1 executed for many Years with great Care, Integrity and Knowledge. This Week the Body of z Woman without a Head, and dreadfully mangled by Dog�, was found in a Ditch near Balruddery. Yefterday died at his Houfe in this City, Major Dudley Ackland, an old Experienced Officer who ferved his King and Country upwards of 40 Years paft wkh the greatelt Honour and Integrity. High-Water this Day at Lsndon-Bridge at 55 Minutes after 1 "BanF Stock 126 "i"~Kaira""3" 4thsl India Di:to~i75 3 4ths at Opening .the Books. South Sea Stock 99 a 1 4th. Ditto Old Annuities 97 1 half a 5 8ths. Ditto New no Price. Four per Cent. Bank Annuities 94 3 4ths a 7 8ths. Three, per Cent. Annuities 83 3 4ths a 4 14th. Million Bank no Price. Equivalent no Price. Royal Affurance no Price. London Affurance 10 a 1 8th. Eng-li(h Copper 5 1. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent. Ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 7 1. Prem. India Bonds 29 s. a 31 s. Prem. Three and a half Salt Tallies 101. Difc. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders no Price. Three per Cent. Ditto 20 1. Difc. Lottery Tickets 5 s. 6 d. Prem. Life Annuities 12 1 4th Years Purchafe. '~�75 ( ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lorribard-Scrcct.   

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