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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 10, 1845, London, Middlesex                                Numb. 34971 F R I PAY,   fAN'yAiiT *o*  1745-6; rr Z?ft*/, January 2. ifcRIVED from a Ooke his Jftaje-: 'f. that Place, which is thereby reduced to receive all its Sub-fifterice from England.1 "  "    s Part's^ Jan, 7. The Army under Marfhal Maillebois in Italy wanting to be recruited, to make up what it loft in the Actions' and Sieges of laft Campaign, as. Well as by ! Sicknefs and Defertion, the Court has. given Orders-tofend thithef 4000 of the Militia of Languedoc, and'oF the Mi" Htia of Provence and Dauphiny 3000 eachV 'Scbafbaufen, Jan,. 4. The 3 ift of faft Month a Courier paft by here with all ttxpedidon, in his Way- from Dresden to Turin, carrying his Sardinian Majefty News of the Tro^conduidaii betweeh die Courts or Viejnna, DrefflejT anUKrlln: As'he had" Qrders to ride double Ms, it is thooghrhe muft be at "Turin Yefterday pr To-*Dayt-Tbt JtrivedfJ ifyit Courier iH Ttme may jtt hep bfs$ardtJtian' ' *^blef& f Feftivalsi the Pontift has fent Circdar letters to thofe �P theBccleiiaftick'State, authorifingthem to fupprefs, in their refpeftive Diiscefes, fuch Fea^ W^e>Ih^lf 'Who Carnbus.to fee ifit atii^tnen J^H^0kl3L. 'M^n^-A^^^^^^ ff�K)eaed neliT/or^S^wi ^ This Day * LonUvof Sefi      , .Inftant XariWr'Cl�^gbry; [ildoked into thc^|Wa4^|ut^iafb6ir *bT Dvmlark, ahcT law pith* Ro'ad,�ur Sh^Da, a Snow, and ith�ee Stoops, e The ne*t 'JkfMgm^ ^toat^R^awi |i*rbour of "Ob^%m*&)$^mTW:fc ��the " 1 'psa^d,;twp of^hkh were fi-i^Deaf Cutter, IIHarbour.afe and Sprit-fail Ptoper, especially during the Fair of 9cnigoglia. ; tMunkb, Jan. 4. Count de Chotek, the toperial Mini- fte>, prefented Yefterday Requifitorial Letters to our fifec-W*?l> *4�n3 joiooo Men^ �Mhat are marching from the Rhine to Italy. � L O N D O N. - v. . From the London Gazette. ^  JFfrretct, Dec a?, N�. Cm,Thuriaay. Night Captain �4 Welkx, Commander of the Mariner on Board his Britanr nick M^efty's Squadron in the Mediterranean^ with Mv* ,4t Bonis -a CorScan, arrived hcre.wi�h Lette&froaL�ip-"tajnTownihend, then in th^Harbour of Si^soxenzo m Cornea, with an Account, that the Towflhof Mortelk had furrendered opon the Approach of fome jEnglifhr Men  oiurVao Gun ^impi^'tiie v n<%S&s atid=4jte#^^Jw(^^ any^md of FiOangVeffi^, from Don  qg|^ Brlanders, threfof whiclthad Perirank, laid'at the ujgpetf End lay about fiyoiShips or.Snows^ -with^bj^gir S^f~ ingMaftsin. ; .. T ,     - ^T^IMafter ol a Cut|ejr, who 100^^ into Boloigrie the lame"Day, aa^-we^-ti^-dc^^4t^wg'alt^�e fame ceptmg thea'tft4^4f!%%�%en> w?^nif�-creafes toaboui ffi''       ' . '     � They writ* fromC^lt that the; graviate, whea all tj|f i^^Mes arelmajde^ wiffamouht t%^c^�o , Thefilecto* of gent ICircle, as and r^fy^i ^ ^* According toxLetteW ^N.S..^Vefle1tT ,,they!awA gr$at 4# to^jys t^his Contm-om thofe of jthe, befcVd $LJk.JL-LM A R K  E T.   -T tRe,I?IN G's TH EAT RE in the GAL DRAMA, la Two Puts, caU'4 Fall 0/ /fo GIANTS. * ^lt^ji'c�tvii^"afMi\J3^ ATm. Pttaailfew^ be pat ttiether. and no P�tfi>a�feii ke a^nittei. t withootTfcket^ afhfch will ke felfarci tStt P�Ti at -the Oaoa- The Oa]>ilTte!ijjtl|^^ - Bern, Jan. i,       The Day befole Yefterday two Se natort and two MjNnlxa of the Great Coundl wete oe- . poted'to acquaint Mr.%irnaby, the B>>tilh MS^ei' Bere,: |hat,v cpn�mably to his Requeft, Orders ha4 Beciiiffued * aad?(a&t4o their Officers in the French Service in Flanders, ibiftlyibrbiddmg (hem, on Pain of incurring the utmoft TXfdeaiTure of the Repablick, to fu&r So much as afin-gl^Soldjer. to be embarked at Dunlqfjr, orelfeWhere, un-^de^r any Pretehce whatloevert . ^ymn^t Jan. tt N.S. Th%|^ifica|ions 6( the TjeatyW with Prdpia were fenf to Drciqeh oh the ^oth paft, as were jike^rife^Orders � Marlfial Traim tor make a confiderable , Qe^chment t0( Italy* under .die Command of General Brown.. This Detachment^ with the Jyeaimenta to be ml exdnfive of ve Men at by the Se- ed hi- hl;;> addedhottt:6fPrinte-Charles'! vAtmy,-' trk Redmtj>cotri|Krfr a Body of 20,680 kaft, an*iMs �toboW they fhould be^ girming�of J�jr4iryvt Drt/Jtm, Jan. 5, Their PoWh Ma^ftief tHer-Tel^rfajrlin Ihe Bvemng, attended by ^the three'Princes are 65^^ here To night .from til H. ben� 'as �the retf of dmCobft from Praguel (3n rb� (d  Iaftant, hec Imperial Majefty's Ratificdtion of the Treaty ^figned here the 25th paft, was exchanged againft Aat of M hS^lfiiiliiKajetfy. . -\ ^ , Stout, Jan. rr, N.S. Upwards of.eighty Britifh ^ Tramports have been arrived on this Side thefeten Days. , *�    Hag**, Jan. 14, N.S. AH Inland Navigation is become JO impradUcable on Account of the great graft.  The Fleet 2* of Tranipotts has been obliged to run oit of WiUemftadt-Road to flielter themfelves againft the Ice witere they can,, and moft of them into the Harbour and Dock of Hel-veot Edinbwvhy Jan. 5. On Friday two Regiments of Foot, with the Help of ^he Country Horfes, came from Berwiekx i N $0 thu Pl�e in> f Days; and as Care was taken to enter in tVem wdl |F Dunbar, and other Places, they came hi-m-irtHealth and Spirits. Major-Gcneral Hufke arrived here Yefterday. The Rebels marched on Friday Morning from Glasgow; their main Body lay that Night at Kifiyth, and tfe,: Pretender's Son lay at Mr. Campbell's of Schawheld near Kifyth.   They ordered his Steward to provide every Thing, and proved Payment j but next Morning tola _______________....Mt%laii4� �'^�^i^Tafr-'M nch, and carried^IntoSj^Maloes. t i Thr Phihderphia Gail^, Smyter, taken fome timeimce, is carrkd into Chcrburgh. ' Ycir^day hb RoyalHighbeG the Prince ofWaks^as pleaftd to fend a Bank Note ojfFiveHundred Pounds onto the Right Hon. the Loft Mayor, as a Contribution towards the Subfcripaon now cattpiagion at Qui.Whall, for the Relief, Supr^ and Encow�gea^_ ent^pyejd' h) ^We hear alfoj jtbarflie Gomnittee ^�%i*GaildhaII Subfcriptfon haveriamiued j�6I-;- OwTfmmi^m of ^Stockings, and �Ufie Thoufand fM$wm$j^ ef "J^wbiHe, for flfe Benefit of�he Ssefc-Sjldielfl la.thofe Parts ;v and have alfo OKler 14 a^compjieiii Nurnber of fWodUejiiSpattctaaihes a^bVCaps to be Jwnt to Dover, for theti^pflthe Ceminels there. oJ^S^^^^'^^^^6^ aw to fet tie        ^ IJeojenancy met at " D|f^ ^�e Train'd of an Apoplexy, off Dmikirk, with Yeftetdky the " Gufldhall, Mad ^ Bandflb two ^ " Y( I'll; M fin'd^r^ffoftwidoiiritt bertGo^clial. He1^ffivpe$ ters.     "' v � � .*     .-,, On Monday M die. n 'Coveot.. Thomas Bird, �fq$ the moft conitderable Manafactarer I of Ribbpn$ in Sng^iad , a Perfon of general Acquain-I tatice, and very much eftg$*d by all that knew him. He isfaid to have dfedtvortk co,ooo h f   Yefterday there wexethe following Advices from Deal, * viz. ' A Cutttr. returned from her Cniize^^ias brought in <~three Engliih Defcrters from Boloign, who ma^e their * E/cape from thence at Noon-dayj in a fmall BoatA arid;  i}umber!d with Wnite Lead on their Bowa. Thatrhe/e'ire 15030 Men in and.about that Place, ready-to embark 1 and only wait for 10 Men of War * andric fiage Ppvahters from Breft, J(vh� are expected a bo*' in Thread^ ISaefs, Mr. Marft^a^vealthy Apothecary needfeftreet. ���:>.**r-!-    Laft Toefdaydied, at Hi� "Lodgings in Windrmll-ftied^ 0e     Coniml-Srhall P^^fe ti Drown'dj. Exceffive Drinking i, Fonnd: Chrifteh'd Males 165 Females 150- In all 31c Baried Malea a� Females ao6 In all ece {1 7 Increas'd in the Burials this Week toi. is * B I R TH-DAY at the BLACK 'High Water at London-Bridge, this Day at iq Minutea after 2. � 7 B k  U R  Y.L A  N B. AT the Theatre - Royal in Drury-Lane* |hk Diy4 �1U It |reMaOMttdr>.eall-d '' The MEItQflANT of VENICE: ThJ^Bfa^tetrtJT IVtftjTTtjJrkn 1, the. X^snt, �fo De- T%u i Ba%uo, Mr.HtTard ; OnUailo, Mr. L. Srfrfca: Lutcdo^ ^b2atertiiiiineattV vie.   y Afr Iff. Siavac by Mr. Lowe. AQiy. ATuDkonrine bjtMUt'Meehel tnittlxen.. ASV, Aa^r p*ettf Mt.Loire�JdMa.CUw. To which will fe >44ed. The   ANATQMHT-, s 0�V Sha;M*Doctor. Monf. I* i*e  ; Crifpin, Mr.Y*to: CH� raM, MrXoIJliitj y�nfcCertM, MclU%�} Mattln Mr.L�jga. Angelic*, fcj MUtBrpitfaw} Beatrice, Mrt.Benaet j Wlfehy Maw ff.lpdget^ Maid, MtfiifcSsIt* ^L>     -- *-'------ - BtfM ��.   Pit jti, y firft Otllay �t.   Upper Gallery ti. EfceeaArth�8o�eitoJ># tskao of MrJfabfin, at tfceK*g�-D6� ftheThaatefc     - ^ ^lsal��aftbrirSis^C)Mia> .2 Q a V E N T-G A R D EN. A T the Theatre Royariaf^)Yent-Gardeo� X\ tb't thy,,w&t be pre^aOttwr* all'd..       ' .   , ThePROVOK'0 �U$BAKDj - -A*- Journev t*o Lonqow. The Part �f Ud Towaly if Mr. *ytt J Maaiy, Mr.Caflati J Sir Franck Wrongkead, fMr. HipffOey J Oouat �lH Mr. Chap-marr; 'Squire RiehanJ, Mr. Tame*. Lidy Oraea, Mr�.Haic: Laiy WwAeheadL Mn. Hdrard  Mifi feunv, Mif. HlppSflerj UnMr 'thnly, Mia. James) Myrtilla, Mr*. Doaftall} TrUfiy, mflb(i| - -     Tte Pan of Lady Towaljr by Mr*. Ptitthaid,''   'J With Singiaa by Mr. BEARD, partkaitrly A�w BagliftBaiMcaUM    * The fcnjgliih Hsuo-'s Welcome Home, AcaMnpanied by ilftilej&fdge, Mr.ReiDhpW, Mr Robent.M/. XhoopCni, Mw.iampe. Mrs. Wright, Mifi Faulkner, aaii otheta> To which will be''a^B-Dr�Aatk Inttrtalwnea*, call*4   ' The Rr Q Y.^l Iv  C *i A Q % t Or,- MeXlin's Ca4te, Tha Chanftetaf a Cbalttw-ilayaliy Mr.Bia^} Mt^-.l^h. AeriatSf^VSltnfcyra rinatwipV . Jupiter, la theChara^er of Harleaaia by lfc.W�dW�i| *^ Batari{ Rant, Monf.Jbat�ua� " Baxtrifc   �1 %*-^^**^^m% To-beija tu�ttj at ttr o^Cfcek.   

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