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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 28, 1845, London, Middlesex i T H U R S D A Y, March 28, 1745- D^/, Afor^ 26. EMAIN in the Downs the Duke Man of War ; the Prince of Orange, Weftcot; and Princefs Mary, Ofborne, for EanMndia ; Judith, Holland, for Barbadoes; Agnes and Betty, Brame, for Phi-ladelphia ; James, Ball, for Carolina ; with the Coafters, bound to the VVeitward. Wind S.W. The iVfontrofe, Gregory, from Antigua ; and Anne Gaily, Smith, from Virginia, are arrived at Glafgow. The St. Clare, Cane, from Lifbon, at Dublin. The' Try ton, Macfarland, from South Carolina, at Portfmouth. LONDON. Extra?} of a Private Letter from Amjlerdam, April z, N.8. ' The Mrdiation cffrred by Ruflia sngrcflb almolt all * the Conveiiation here. On the one Hand thii Media-' tion vexes not a little the War'ike Party in the Repufe-' lick, becaufe they fee ihtmfelves thereby fruftrated, at ' leaf! for fome time, of the geat Succours they flattei'd ' themfelves to rece.ve frum Ruifia ; but on the o'her Hand * they hope that if this Mediaiion takes Place, the King ' of Pruffia may make up Matters with the Court of Ykn-� na without France, which would, no doubt, be a great * Advantage to the Common Laufe. ' But fuch as prstenJ to be better verfei in Politicks, ' look upon this Step of Ruffia as a Piece cf Policy, A la-' mode de F; ance. (he King of PiuiTia, (fay they) who * requeued this Mediation, u ver^ftr.fibJe^that it will not be accepted ; or TfTf' tnouid, that fome Months will * elapfe before the Congrefs can fit, and in the mean time * his Pruffian Msjelly will manage fo well, ihat he will * have nothing to fear afterwards from Ruffi1. And ac-� cordingly, they write from Geilin, that this Monarch, 4 who is arrmd at Neifs in Silcfi , w s making all the ' neceffary Difpofitions fjr opening the Campaign lmme- � diately, and with the utmoit Vigour. �~ * According to-Awvkes froffTT): elder), the Duke of Saxe-VVeiffei.fels was indeed getting ready his Field Equipages ; but the Time of his Departure to take the Field was not yet fix'd. General Bernes was ftill at Drelden, follicirng the Court to open the Campaign fpeedily. ' VVc hear from Prague, that (hey are raifing Recruits to compleat the Regiments, and that they prefs all the Journeymen in that City, to form Independent Companies of them.  It appears ftill plainer, by Letters from Vienna, that , Upper Gallery 1 s. %y On Sa tui day next (by Defire will be prefen infCA TO. HAY-MARRKET, T the KING'S THEATRE in the- HAY-MARKET, on Thurfday next, will be An ASSEMBLY. (Being tbt Lofi tbit Tear.) Tickets will be delivered to Sub&ribirs on Wednefday next, at White's Chocolate-Houfe in St. James's ftreet. Every Ticket will admit either One Gentleman ar Two Ladies. it the particular* Deftre of feveral Perfons of. Difiinclion. A T the New Theatre in the HaymarknT" CjL on Saturday next, will be perform'd the laft neve Pafloral A Opera, eall'd L' I N.C O S T A N Z A DELUSA. Pit and Boxes to be put together at Half a Guinea. Gallery 5 s. To begin.at Half an Hour after Six. No Perfons to be admitted behind the Scenes. Boxes to be taken at the faid Theatre, and at Mr. Geminiani's in Dufour's-Court, Broad-ftreet, Soho. A'a.'t, By Requeft Mr. Geminiani will perform One of his New Concertos between the Ads. C O V E N T-G A R DE N. By SUBSCRIPTION, the Third and Ltft NIGHT, AT the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Gaflleit, l\. on Wedne/day, April 3, will be perform'd .a new DtaUd*, JO S E PH. Set to Mufick by Mr. DeFefch. Both Words and Mofick are entirely new. % Whereas it was firft intended ta Jay the Pit and Boxes toge* ther, for the better Accommodation of theLadiej, who aiedefirouf of having their Places kept, The Boxes will beencWd 31 ufral, at 5�. Pit 3 s. Firft Jery z s. Upper Gallery is. Stibfcribert Tiektf will admit Ont into tbt 8oxei; or 7m intt tbt Pit, or Ibrte into tbt Gallery, fajhg the Advone'd Money. No Body to be admitted into the Boxes without printed Tickets, which will be deliver'd at the Theatre. The Galleries to be Open'd at Half an Hour after Four o'Clock, Pit aad Boxes at Half an Hour after Five. To begin exaOly at Six o'clock. Admiralty-Office, March 22, 1744. HfHE Leave of A^fince given to the Petty- / Officers and Forcmafl-men late belonging to bis MajSy't Ship the Northumberland being expired; the. Lords Cm-mijjipners of the Admiralty, do hereby JlriSily direS tbtm to repair forjbwith on board bis Majrjlfs Ship the Yarmouth filing out at Deptford. Tho. Corbett. HHH E Dealers in Tta of the Cities of Lon* don and Wcflminfter, and the Borough of Southwark, a-v?d'fired tornvet, at /A*Swan-Tavern in Exchange-Alfey^ this Bay at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon, on fpecial Affairs s _____ For SALE by the CANDLE, At LLOYD's Coffee-Houfe in Lombird^treet, On Thurfday, April 4, at Twelve o'Clock at Neon, THE St. PAUL Prize, with fix Carriage Guns, an exceed* ing fine Sailor, Plantation-built, Burthen �-bout 120 Tons more or left, now lying at MiII-Stairs, Rotberbitb. niuiuLuiwrwe-ftgf uu Bimiu me ftn Ship, at Sam's CorTee-Houfe near theCuf-tom-Houfe, at the Place of Sale, and of CHARLtS ROGERS, Broker, Over-agairji LLOYDV Coffet-Houfe. ' Tbt TURKY-STON � 0v 'lliillllll'lliilill l!l!U2lt For the T E E T H, T Ately found out (by a Gentleman travel- yet in Ufe.^by a fewTi "" - . - . - ever^ yet in Ufe .5J>J a few Times rubbing to the Teeth, it renders them white as Ivory, though ever fo black, provided-they are not decay'd ; not only beautifies them, but preferves them from rottin" and entirely deftroys ;hc. s�rvy in the Gyms} U IifcewlS �Ufes"the TOOTH-ACH, by rubbing me ieetn, and Gum round itj no Perfw need fwr *ay Md Effects, fuch as too frequently proceed from Compofitions, this being a fimple Produft of Nature. There is alfo a Powder made from the feme Stone $ and whoever makes ufe of the Stone and Powder need not Fear of a Cure, thp* their Cafe be ever fo bad ; and in three or four Months will caufef the Gums, if decay'd, to grow up again, as in their youthful Days, but in fuch Cafes they muft obferve to ufe the Powder firft. The Difcoverer and Proprietor of this valuable Secret has (for the Cortveniency of Perfons living at each End of the Town.) placed! them to be difpos'd of at Mr. Mitchell's, Jeweller, with printed regions, at his Toyfhop, formerly Mrs. Viet's, in Cornhill, near the Royal-Exchange j aftd Mr. Pinchbeck's, the Corner of Pall-Mall^ facing the Haymarket, Price 5 �. for the Stone and Powder. " Note, One Stone is fufficient for any Perfon during Life Scotch Holland-JVareboHfe) CharingCrp/s. THE Original Intention of this Ware-houfe being to fatisfy tVe Publiek, how practicable it was by the Induftry of our own People tofupply this Country'�wltli Lrbnens of^our own Manufacture, upon as good, if not better Tenns^ arid* witnout having Recourfe to Foreignersibr a Commodity of fo great Important* the Defigfl has fucceeded as appears by the Approbation, thefe Linneqi have met with, and the Decreafe of Foreign' Importation; bvt'tne. Reputation of our fine Linnens, being k is to be hoped genjaaHy jefialc-. blblied, Sir William Dalrymple, the Proprietor of chis Warehoule, has been encouraged to apply his Time and Fortune, chiefly towards the Improvement of other Branches of the fame Manufacture of" mors general Ufe, and therefore of more NationalConfequence. He begs leave therefore to inform the Publiek. who'has hitherto fo ; generoufly fupported his Endeavours, that as he is going to "give up/5^ hisWarehoufe at Charing-Crofs, and to qu^that^rahdXofBuIineiir, the remaining Stock is bow felling off at Prime Coft, the Price of each Piece being affixvd to the Ticket, for the Convenieney and Eafe of jkhBsmi-� ----^-'- Tbis Day is publijhid^ Price, is. THE SAV IO U R. A Poem, in Two Books. BOOK I. By J. G R I G G. Hail ! Son of God, Savk&of Mm ! tby Name Shall be tie copious Matter of my Song. M t t t o �. Printed for M. Cooper, at thi Globein Pater-nofter-Row." rp_r,,---,.. 7t Lb *.rtiUfc*A^ Pr;rf ^ fj| 0-5 0 0 WI T A-la-Mode \ or, P thy Qweftions to prevent DuUnefi in Modern Convetfation. Humbly dedicated to all the Coxcombs in the Citiei4�f London tnA Wtfimnfttr. : � My Lines are dutt ; tbo% tbey may chance to bit Wi en tbey1 ft tntivntd by my RctAtfiWiV. A jf o K- ^JASPER Q_U IBBL E^.Ejql DoBor of Nonsense, in Covent-Gardco. Piinted for M. Cooper, it the Globe in Pater-noAer-Rqw. t 4dwttfems*s of a moderate Length a\ taken in for this P.iper at Tw* Shilling each. J- At o ;