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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 31, 1845, London, Middlesex FRIDAY, May 31, 1745- Deal, May 29. EMAIN in the Downs his Maje-lly's Ships the Duke, Yarmouth, Fowey, Gloucefter, and Portland, and the Outward-bound, formerly mention'd ; with the Four Brothers, Sergeant, for Haftings. Wind S.W. The Elizabeth, Selew, from Nevis, is arrived in the River. LONDON. ExtrnB of a private Letter from the Hague, June^ N.S. ' We have Advice that the Marriage of the Eledtor of 1 Bavaria with the Princefs Mary Anne of Saxony, is as ' good as concluded ; which will cement the Union be-' tween the three Electoral Houfes, and ftrengthen the Common Ciufe. 'I'his Event will likewife put an End ' to al! the Reports that have been fprcad fince the Pattle of ' Fonienoy, i. e. that the young Eleftor had fome Thoughts * of breaking the Engagements which be had been forced to contract with the tjiueen of Hungary. It is true that ' the French, Spanifh and Pruflian MiniOers are Hill at * Munich, but they have no Audiences of the Elector, nor ' any Conferences with his Minifters. * There has certainly been fome Parleys, or Overtures, f. if not a Negotiation in Form, for bringing about an * Accommodation between the Courts of Vienna and Ber-l lin ; but. the Hopes we had conceived on this Head are ' quite vanifhed. It is pretended that the King , Brokers. * For SALE by /^CANDLE, On Friday next, at Twelve o'Clock, At LLOYD'S Coffee  Hiufe in Lombard - Street, ' THE Resolution Privateer, of 4 Carriage Guns, 16 Swivels, and i4Brafs Patteraroei, Burthen 25 Tons, more or lefs, now lying at St. Saviour's Dock, Capt. Jihn Sutherland, late Commander. Inventories to be feen on Board, at Sam*� Coffee-houfc pear the Cuftom-houfe, and at the Place of Sale. z VAUGHAN and POP HAM, Brokers. * Pur SALE by the CANDLE, Jit GARRAWAY'? X.c�-e-tfaafe_in Exchange-Allevj^ OnThurfday the 6th Day of June ntfXT^ TH E following Goods, being tae'CargoP of the LADORADE, a French Prize from Guardalopc^ taken by the Princefs Augufta Privateer, Capt. Le Greft, Coalman, der. Confifting of about 95 1-ags Cotton, 4 Tons Coffee, Of which further Notice will be given, and Catalogues Timely H* liver'd by Eearon and Hudfon, A fecond Set of Original Scotch Airs. To which is prehVd th(S moft favourite Airs in Pyramus and Thifbc, fet in a familiar Taftie for a German Flute and B.fs. Coledpnian Dances, a CoHeQion of all the Scotch Country 3 lances nowHU VUgUi Wf lllfi UJ!tJIH!llW#W*��Mi!l|i 3. Si* Overtures for Violins, German Flutei, or Hoboys, &c by Dr. Greene. 4. Six Concertos for Violins, ice. in 7 Parts, by Mr. John Stanley. Price 10 j. 6 4. 5. Six Sonatas for two German Flutes, or two Violins anAaBsfr, by Signor Pietro Locatelli, Opera terza, Price 55. 6. Twelve Sonatas for two German Flutes and a Bafs, by Giof. S. Martini. Price 5 s. 7. Lampugnani and St. Martini of Milan Sonatas for two Violins and a Bafs, 8. Six Solos for a German Flute and Bafs, compos'd by" Signor Haffe, Opera 5. 2 A  This Day is publijh'd, Price 6 d. Letter to the Author of The Cafe fairly fated, from an Old Whig. --_______ ah una Difce omnes. Virg. Printed for M. Cooper, at the Globe in Pater-noftfer Rqw� *  libs Day is publijbed, Price 6 d. ANew Form of Prayer, as ufed (C\ntX: the Battle of Fcntenoy) by the BRITISH TROOPS in the Allied Army in Flanders. Compos'd by LAURENCE MACPHERSON, Chaplain to the Highland Regiment. Printed and PublinVd at the General Requefl ofItheOfficers afti Gentlemen in the British. Corps. 'Kijiiini , belhr iMWiimiiin at. urn m ujuwj wjiJipf' - - r Zcclefiafteg, much Good, Printed for t. Lion, near St. Paul's. A D VERTISEMENT j____ 1 - ------ S are taken in for this Paper, ac Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lomb, rd--'M .�A jJi o ;