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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 3, 1845, London, Middlesex ftlU toil M.O' N D A Y, J une' 3, "1745. jplyflAN the Dukc.and Yarmouth -Men' of-War;FoXi' Sandwich, -andXsfarPriyat�ers; the May-| 4nard, Brooks; ftatley, Dingley ; John, Seabrook ; Eagle, Waifon; Neptune, Grindall ; the Frtend-mip, Holm j Dorothy and;Elizabeth, Simpfon ; Providence, Burn ; Mercury, Cock ; Hamilton, Seaftower ; theCharles,^Randolph ; London, Newhsftn; -and Hopewell, Judd, for Virginia.; Neptune, Dennis ; James, Hoare;. Saccefs; Sfjen-'cer ; and the Elizabeth, Oliffe, for Maryland; ^Mercory, Wilkinfon ; and Daniel, Tifchart, for'.Carolina ; Don Carlos, Friend ; and Succefs, Hill,' for Newfoundland ; Albany, Bryant, for New-York ; Friendihip, Roffiter ; Panther, Hodges ; and -, Hall, for Lilbon ; Friendship, Owfter, for St, Kitts. The Ships for'Ireland, and the Coafters alfo remain. Arrived the Prince Frederick *hd Courier Packets, both from Oftend. Wind S.W. L O X,.J),Q.,M. --Since our laft arrived the Mails from Flanders. Extract of a Litter from Courtrai, funr 5. .N.S. \ Trr Confequence of the Orders fent by their High * Mightinefles to the Commandant pf.the Citadel'df Tob'f- * nay^to make a vigorousPefehcc,vye are .informed that the � Cannon of that" Fbrtrefs'began,to:fire the iii Inftant very � early in'the'Morning upon the Befiegers, whoretarn'd it � about 10 o'Clock, from feveral Batteries which they had * kept in readinefs to play. ' According to the Report of fome Deferters, the French * feem to fpare the Fortifications, but pour their Bombs * arid red-hot Balls into the Citadel at: a terrible Rate. ' The Commandant has refufed to admit the'Wives of the * Garrifori into the Citadel;:.: neither would .he take in the * Sick and Wounded thai had been left in the Town. The * 3d Inftant the Garjrifonmad^a. Sally very-eariy^m- the ' Morning, and nailed up four of the Enemy's jVIprtars, * befides killing them abundance of Men. The next Day ' they, made-another Sally, With "frill greater" Lofs to the * Befiegers, feveral Hundreds "of whom were blown up...b.y * the 4>Hpging of a-Mine ;. Co'thanhey defiredva SuTper� * fion of Armsrfor a few.'Hours, in-order co%fce'a'way^e * Wounded :and bury the->Dead, TrieUiiemy'i Firer$" * much flackened fjneetnerfecond Sally, arid we are'eye?. ' afihfed'that the Trench have refolved to 'carry on-trie * Siege..'by Sap, Jn;6rder. to fpare -their opjy f D^trgffier^S^bteftTlarmanj a nipj^agree^ye yguog. i Ladvj whofe Dea^h isTgreatly lamented- _______ ; Ex f raff of\a Letter fr$m Ltol, May z\. \ ' I have feen'Kere the Captain of the Vine from Vir- : ' ginia, Gapt^RoBert ^il^e'r; and have the following Ac- V He cante;in'this Morning, and-gives an Account that ' he was taken the. nth Ipft. in the Latitude 54 41, ' Longitude ^4 14, fixty Leagues to the'Weftwardof Tory  Ifland, by" two French Kinj^s Frigates, 26 Nine-Poun- de'rs, and- io- Six-Pb'uhders;" befides Svviy;els, and 360 ' Meri etch rth'6fh^'^h ampre three';'Days''in.the,' ' County ef Galway,-apd were fupplied with frefh Beef ' and Mutton ; -they had taken 22 Veifislfiri a* few Weeks, ' among Whcin wias"' the Adventure of Whitehaven, Capt. ' George Nitholfo'n, with '^'0 Hogfheads "of Tobacco, ' from Virgfriia. Capt. "Walker, fpoke' with a Swedifh ' Sloop bound frQm Gbttenburgh to Waterford, who was ' boarded by three French Privateers. A Brigantine that failed from hence the 15 tfTof April with the Virginia ' FIee:r,alf'per "Cenfi Exchequer Orders 3 Difc. Three per Cent, ditto.9 3 4th.* Difc. Lottery Tickets 21 s. Prem. Life Annuities 15 1 4th Years Purchafe. D R U R Y-L AN E. 1 For the Benefit of Mr. MORGAN. AT the Tlieatre-Royal in Drury- Lane^-on Wednefday next, will be'presented a Comedy, cail'd The PROVOK'D HUSBAND; OR, A Journey to London. With Entertainments of Singing by Mr. beard and Mr. lowe. To which will be added, The S C H O O L-B O Y. e&igf* Water, this Day at Loridbr!.B�idg&.at ^6MidA after-2.  "' �. & A D L E R's^W E L L & r AT Sadler's-Wells, adjoirangn to fthe-iy*#r-�RivttHead, Jfiwgton, � this and �wjry! EVeriinr^dHhe'lhe Summer Seafon) will^e 1 ' - ; "'. ~ ' 7*be "Usual'Di versions of that Plage., '� . Cpnfji| Rope-Dancing by. the celebrated Madem^Kennan; Monf. Dominique, Monf. Janno, Mafter Kerman and MafterFrancii* Tamblingiby Monf. Dominique, Monf. Janrio, Mafter Ketinin, Mafter Francis,: a^d Monf. Pierot Pas Tomba. � ? Dane jog (both Serious and Gornic) particularly A new^Grand Dance, cail'd The Turkijb Spirt*-The Mufick, Scenes, Cloaths, and. ojher Decorations entireJylfe*. >B5 . � HARLEQUIN a Captive in SPAlNi t Or, The Privateer Bit. The Whole to Conclude with a Grand Dance, cail'd y y l c a n ' s n e t t s: [3= DHring the Time of the Hollidays, the Performance will begin tor thrfifft Time at Two p'Clpck; and the Second at Ski in tie, Evening. N K W W E L L $. AT the NewWells, near the Lon&on* Spaxv, CU'hnwdl, this and every Evening (during the Summer Seafon) will be prefented Variety of New Performances, vix. Tumbling by Mr- Williams, Mr. Rayner, and Mr. Hoagh. Rope-Dancing by the celebrated Mifs Rayner, who walks up a Slanting Rope ioq Feet long, from the Bottom of the Stage to- -the? Upper Gallery. Several Grand Dances, Serious and Comie. Variety of New Songs by Mr. Brett, MV't^Lincoln, and Mifs Vaux The Whole to Conclude with an Entertainment of Mufick, ctll'd r HERCULES and OMPHALEj Or, Love and Glory. In which will be Introduc'd, The Famous YOUNG GIANT, ! Seven Feet, Four.Inches high, and but Fifteen Years of AjgS. The Seriesx jtfacb:_neif Mufiik^ and-Drtffa, all tnttrcJy NnOm To begin every Evening at Five s'Clpck t Each Per&n. will be admitted (or a Pint of WINE- or PUNCH*. *�* Every ETeningLthere will be new Performances 5 and during., the Holidays we,ihajl be^in every. Day at Three o'clock. j A^imiralty-Ofike, May. 2.7^ 174^. ; T*H-E- L\o~ra. ^mt^ijppners of the A$iniraU% di& \ * btrtU'fifih.x u^fuik, jgjj^ZstttiOJSMn^aU-: I Fo,�cmz]l-Me% 'late belongtng7obishlujeJfl^jp^^^gU � Z, Scarborough, to repair immediately on beard bit MflJz/jtfjL ShipPrince George at Blackftakes^ on Pain not only-of lao-fing the. Rtnwipdrr of their Wages for the Httflhi�9Jj butfif\ being apprehended by the Marjhalof tht Admirjxltj, av4 tried at a Cou.rtrMartialas Deftjrtef.s, Tho. Corbett. j For S A LE by the C A N D L E, , On Wednefday next the^th of June, att T*welve o'CloxA at Nopn} At LLOYD'S Coffee-Houfe in Lombard-Street^ ' "HE INTREPIDEi K French Prize., wjth ra Carnage' and" two ^wivelGuns, Burthen 34pT\>ns, more or lefs, now lying in the Harbour of Portfmouth^ 26 Foot Beam, 12 Feet 8 Inches in tht Hold, and 5 Feet a Inches between. 'Decks. \ ' Inventories to be feen., afrCapt,^a�p'0W0i.�g/ =f at.P.orrfmovtb,.at.the' Place of Sale^ and Of William and Benj. Vaughan-, Brokers. 'Ibis Day* being the 3d of June, wiilbegiy., * ACourfe'of Lectures on the Theory.and? Praclke of Mid wifry at Five in the Afternoon. By WILLIAM S MEL LIE, ML):,, At his Hotijf the Upper-End of .Gerj.ard-$tr,mtT iJeujit*- Fields. - ' CHINA-WARE, GLASS,.&cM To be SOLD Cheap, At the Three Cannifers, the Corner.of FleetJlreef^ next t^S^ New-Market; | ALL the..Sr.Qck of Qh'ina-Witce^ Qta^ls^ &c of B. PAYfJE, who is goJDgreent^y into the TEA-TRADE, on Commencement of the late Ail.frr RegMfetUja^^0.1*-ties on Tea. ' - . ^ �  Noti, For Difoatch, the very Ipweft Pr,�;e is, %'d on ptjj^utjf. ' cular, without the leaf! Abatcntent. [ -'�-rr.-;---1l' . 1 '.v '. \ Uiflr.^ y..f. ",f This Pubiick NOTICE isgivetutfi asqwyati ' All Merchants and Gentlemen, that- ^^ H E RE is now an Opporturrity*: oa;ad-5 vancingof Nine Hundred or a Thoufand Pounf'si.ofrcwryin^iif. on (with proper Affiflinee) one of the moji profitable Branches of Bufinefs now in Being, as fhall be made plainly appear to any. PrintipaP wHling'to treat aboiit'the fame: The Principal is only to engage-to advance the faiH Sum as the fame fhail be wanted to carry on*thesiaid> Bufinefs.~ .���� Further Particulars may be known by fending a Letter, directed toif=4 A. B. to be left at Will's CoSee-houfe, on LondoaxBndge,; ; wlfc;Ji.i (hall be duly anfwered ; and, if required, two of the PiJ8C^p(tM*B nagerawill wanton!any PrlriHpMl| i i mw^mfmm^ 7kn Day., is pakiiiJlCd*. Pxi�tL.&d^,..... . REE and Impartial Thoughts on,.that . jl Sovereignty of God, the Doctrines of Election, Reprobation, * and Original Sin. Humbly addrefs'd to all who believe and profefs thofe Doctrines.- Printed For J. Robinfon, at the Golden Lyon in Ludgate-ftreet. ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in for this Paper, ac Lloyd^s Coffee-House, in Lombard-ftreer. 'O-iCi ;