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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 3, 1845, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. "A Numb, 31 jp. WEDNESDAY, April 5, 1745. Deah yitril 1. EMAIN in the Downs his Majefty's Ship the Duke, with the Oatward-bound mention'd in my Jalt. Arrived the Nancy, Glafs, from Jamaica ; and the Soccefs, Wacts,fromPoo).Wuid W.N.W. The Antigua Packet, Lefley ; and Grimpfon, Wragg, from London, are arrived at Antigua. The Bridge-Town, Burnt, from London, at Antigua. The Induttry, Millerfon, from Lanoaftcr, at Barbadoes. L ON DO N. By -a Letter from on board the Vernon Privateer, Capt. French, dated at Sea the 19th of March, in the Latitude of Cape Finiftejre, we are informed, that on the 12th of March he left Tercera (one of the Weftern Jfles) and that he was inform'd by the Conful, that they had feen a Squadron of French Men of War in February, who were waiting to Convoy Nine Sail of the Spanilh Galleons, expected there every Hour. He left the IfUnd the 1 zth of March. They write from Antigua, that the Men of War, who went in chace of the Spanilh Ships of War, (as mention'd Yefterday) are return'd there without being able to come up with them j and confirms, that the Weymouth (on board of which was Commodore Knowles) had tun afhore on Sandy Ifland, and 'twas believed would be loft.-The fame Letters mention that there has been lately brought in there a French Privateer Sloop, with 143 Men on baard ; and a (mailer Privateer, with 80 Men. Alfo a Ship from Bourdeaox, laden with Wine, &c. The Three Sillers, . From ICanada, laden with Fifh : The Sacre Jefu pf Marseilles : And the Mentor of Bourdeaux. Letter from Briflol, dated March 3 r.  We have no News from Sea: But converting this Day � with the Captain of the Mary Hefter, (the French Prize i� juft brought in) he told me, that on the ) in four Hours and a Half; he itart* at Stilton at 4 in the Morning. There are great Sums of Money depending cn this Match. He rides about Nine Stone. OnTuefday laft died at Clapham, Mr. Creed, formerly an eminent Brewer ; a Perfon of considerable Fortune, and much efteem'd by all that knew him. On Monday laft as one Gregg a Bricklayer was going up a Ladder at a Houfe near Hide Park Corner, a Coach coming by at the fame time, the Wheel pu.'Pd the Ladder down, by which Careleffnefs the poor Man had his Arm and his Leg broke, and was othervvife fo bruis'd that his Life is defpair'd of. Yefterday Morning a Black, whole Name was Caefar, was attack'd and robb'd near Pancrafs, of about 7 s. by a fingle Footpad, who was afterwards purfued and taken, and committed to Goal. '* "-ill1' ' 1,1 "- �' - - From the London-Gazette. Trait/lotion of the Jgjhver returned by the Dogs of Venice, to hii Excellency the Earl of Holder nef>. My Lord Amhajadqr, THIS folemn Day, wherein we have had the Pleafure to receive in your fo worthy Perfon, the Extraordinary Ambaffador of his Majefty the King of Great Britain, will create a Remembrance of our Adminittration, as happy, as it is. moft acceptable to this Repubiick to give, and to receive vifible Proofs of an honourable Cprrelpon-dence with fo great a King, and fo iljuftrious a Crown, To this is to be added, that all the glorious King?, Pre-deceffors of his Majefty, have worthily emp!o)ed themielves in cultivating this ancient mutual Frienofhip, which has been ftill more firmly eftabljmed face the Reigning Electoral Family of Hanover has mounted the Royal Throne of England: In Fact the fame his Majefty's Anceftors have been formerly pleafed to fend their valiant Troops Auxi^ liaries to our Armies, even into Greece, and that under the Command of a Prince nearly allied to his Majefty, who through the moft difficult warlike Undertakings, fbewed himfelf a worthy Heir of the Name, the Blood, and the Glory of his fo illuftrious Progenitors. But at prefent we have, to our great Satisfaction, received more plain and wore authemjek Arguments of his Majefty's Benevolence, both from your acceptable Corn-miifion, and front bis Majefty's Royal Letter, the Value of which is greatly raif-d by being figned with the Name of a King, who, reigning over the Minds and Hearts of fo noble, free and generous a Nation, employs all his Cares in augmenting the Luftre of his great Crown, ar.d the Happinefs of his Subjects : A Name which will be always memorable for the religious Faith with which he maintains the facred Engagements of his Alliances. Advices fo welcome to us, could not come by a more acceptable and more agreeable Conveyance than that of your Lordfhip, firtce, befides the feveral hereditary Titles which Uluftrate your ancient and nable Defcent, and befides fo many personal Virtues, which ftill more illuftrate your Defcent andTitles, we ought to rehVct, that your Lor&fhip being fern upon fo honourable a Commifllon from his Majefty's' own Prefence, we are to regard you, not only as the Interpreter, but alfo as a living Witnefs of the Sentiments of the King your Mafler, All thefe are Arguments frqm wjiich yoa may eafily judge yourfelf, how^gteat is the Eftcem, the cordial affectionate Obfervance, and the fmcere (inalterable Friendfhip of our Repubiick towards his Majefty ; and we can affure you* that it will be the continual Study of the Senate, to tranfmit intire to their Poftcmy thefe Maxims, which, through the Courfe of fo many fucceffive Ages, we have inherited from our moft remote Anceftors. The Anfwer of the Senate to his Excellency is to the fame Purport. Munichf April i, N.S. Yefterday Morning an Exprefs arrived from Landihur, with Advices from Marfhsl Count Thoring, importing, that on Monday laft the Auftrians before Vilfhovea having fent a Trumpet to M. de Schaffat, who commanded there for the Elector cf Bavaria, demanding the Surrender of the Place, and that not being compJ>'d with, they began immediately to cannonade and bombard it ; and that the City having thereby been fee on Fire in feveral Places, whilft the Garrifon was employed in extinguishing it, the Auftrians had broken in, and cut to,Pieces the greateft Part of them, confuting of three Heflian Batallions, 0ne of which was Guards, and a great Detachment of the Bavarian Guards, in all near 18co Men. We are every Minute expecting a more particular Account of this Action. What is above, was related to Count Thorin, firft by an Officer's Servant, and afterwards by a Heflian Corporal, who had both made their Efcape from Vilfhoven, after the Storming of it by the Auftrians. ' BankStock 146 3 4ths. IndiaDitto 182 1 half. . Sauth S;a Stock 107 a 14th. Ditto Old Annuities 110 1 4th a 1 half. Ditto New icg a 1 4th. Three \er Cent. Annuities 89 1 half. Ditto 1742, 89 1 half. Ditto 1743, 89 1 4th a 1 8th. Ditto 1744, 89 1 4til. Million Bank 115. Equivalent 110. Royal Aflurance no Price. London Affurance j 1 1 8th. Englifh Copper 5 1. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Lean no Price. Five perCenr. Ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 3 1. 17 s. 6 d. Pfem. India Bonds il. 8 s. 898. Prem. Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 t halfDifc. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 3 Difc. Three per Cent. Ditto 12 t 4th Difc. Lottery Tickets 20 s. Pr. B A N K R U P T. Richaid Workman, of ironmonger-.lane, London, Factor and Merchant. High Water this i>ay a,t London^Bridge at ^ MiSttteii after 1 2. H A A the Y - M A R R K E T. KING'S THEATRE in thfB HAY-MARKET, To-morrow, will be An A S b E M B L T, (Bthg tfa Lajt tbit Year.) Tickets will be deliver'd to Subfcribers, this Day, at White's Cfajhi colate-Houfe in St. James's ftreet. Every Ticket wi!f admit either^One Gentleman or Two Ladies. %* No more Ticket* will be printed than what the Houfe conveniently hold ; and it is hoped, when they are difpofed of, nq Ferfon whatsoever will take it ill, if they muft pofiuvely be refufe^ Admittance._ _t_ . /; �� H A Y - M A R K E .T. By S U B S C R I P T i O N, The Fourteenth Night. AT the K I N G's THEATR E in1 the 9 HAY-MARKET, on Tueflaynext, will be perfornVd a SACRED ORATOR IO. Pit and Boxes to be put together, and no Perfons to be admitted without Tickers, which will be deliver'd that Day, at the Operar Office in the Hay-Market, at Haifa Guinea each. GaHery 5s. The Gallery to be open'd at Five o'clock, Pit and Boxes at Half ao Hour after Five, To begin at Half an Hour after Six A The > Clack. D R U R Y-L A N E. For the Benefit of Mr. LOW E. By His Majeftfs Company of Comedians, T the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, To-morrow, will be prefented a Comedy, cali'd RECRUITING OFFICER! The Part of Capt. Plume to be perform'd by Mr. GARR.1CK j Juftice Ballance, Mr. Bridge*} Capt.Braaen, Mr. Macklin ; berjean^ FClte, Mr. Winftone ; Bullock, Mr. Tafwell } Worthy, Mr. Ha-vardj ^nftable, Mr. Vaughan 5 Welfli Coll'er, Mr. BLkst ; Lmy? Mrs. Bennet 5 the two Recruits by Mr. Nesle and Mr, Ray. Me^in^a by JWn.Crofs} *ofc, Mrs.Ridout j And the Part of Sylvia, by Mrs. Womngton. With Entertainments between the Acts, r And the Part of Timothy Peafeod by Mr. CIBBERC.J^: With Dancing by Mr. COOKE, and others, of * f Boxes 58. Pit 3 s. Firft Gallery *s. JJppef fJaUery sc. To begin exaftly at Six o'Clock.  , Tickets and Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Page, ,S* Stage-Door of the Theatre. Being the laft Time, but One, o/ABing, 'rill Eafter fblidayt., To begin exactly at Sixp'Clock. . . 1 � 1 � 1 U.i. � J- - - - 1 '�' D'. " vert iff mean of a moderate Length a^ taken in for this Paper at Two Shillings each. 4-/3.0 ;