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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 3, 1845, London, Middlesex MO N DAY, Fessoary 3, 1745-6. �T-,~ ^ /sirfeira hft 1' IwdMWW W�*? % Weftward. Lttme cW p: $a|efty's. Ships r .Mirjr Gaily and Rub^and rcmai^ with the Lo*u�,� Adrapal Mayne; LtheTilbary,-Demiilurc, Defiance,, ^olkftone, Vulcan, Dgptford Store-Thjp^ withtn* rlji&hmVdke, Hor- wmm,____^ 'vetfaad Bad^'SfooW and Syren. Sailedona Cruize jibMaJefty'spTu^theSquirrel: The Gideon^fieri} from Londal, is ar^(|# Oporto. The Mary, Ramfey, Ita.Galvva/^at^^pB^; Since our Jaft arrived three Mails from Jfpiiand. Venice, Jan, 22. W* have nceived �jj<|�j3s-, from our Conftirat Durafcio, importing that the Grand Signor has been depofed, and �djatOftnan ftrahun, his Brother, bom in 170^ has-been railed to the'Ojtpman Throne in Juj Roan. W e-v^t for the Confumaticwokthis News. Park* 7��-*8. The King has had aCo$ which had bo bad ConfequJBrices. He has fix'd the 10th of next Month for reviewing the Hou&o&TToops/ Which are afterwards W file off towards the Frjjntiers. It% ftilj faid, hi i Majefty will ice c�t the Beginning of^Mf&h, to put tanftifit the Head of the Anny in ^aftd^'frpm whence ' Ac^dWtolbmeLet&aafromNoTmTO kationprcje&ed atBdofgne and Calaiv Wifct take place there: But poffibly flajr'be made atfomelofner Ports, cer-^in Troops baring bora ordered for Lower Bretagny, in order to embark at Breft. Sfakbh, Jaw*ifr,cT^Prmcefs[�oyal;was happily Mvered this Day � a Prince, of which an Account has been^enttry&pefif totfirfbMgirCc^flsr^ "~ "" Drifden, Ja*< a*. Count de Harrach, Great Chancellor of Bohemia, who has been here fcr io or
tch will at leaft have Liberty to feM Fife into the ^ich Ports, that Commodity being very much Wanted, yhilc Premrationsof War go vigoronfly oat, die French *mg has c^ufed it to be irdinuateo\ by his Miniftry in Foreign Courts, That he will not confent to an Accommodation, unlefs Cape Breton be reftored, the Engliih agree riot to infill ohAeRe-jiemolition 6f Dunkirk, and there be an Eftablifhmrtit fdr' Don Philip in' Lombardy: But if thefe Points we? givec up, his moft iChriftian Majefty wttlHentirery abandon the Caufe of the Pretender, and deliver up all bis late Coaquefts. i; According to Lifts puWtfhed in France, the Forces of the French King and; his Allies will amount to 360,000 MmJ^J^LWk^SB^.1 But they expej�tthat the Allies, in War wiO&nce, will have ^92,000. Bruffels has beer/ for fome Time invefted, the French having found Meahs:tbjpafrthe Canal of Vilvorden,and^o take Pofleffion of theTOwn of that Name, as well as of the Fort of Trois Fens1. The Garrifon of ?Bruflys> howi ever, confifts nf 10,0001 Men,and the Weather has lately been fo bad, that'ihe ^iege is not begun, and theTroo^� that were to fonh k are oBliged to canton in the Villages roundabout. ";.,; * >r Nivelle is taken Pofleffion of by the Enemy, the final! Garrifon therein hiviHg found[Means to retire in Safety. Mons is invefted, ahcTthe fame Thing is reported of Luxembourgh. Lou^ain is already in the Hands of the < Enemy, and great Preparations are making to lave Mech- : linr The Peopleof Antwerp apprehend themfelves at pre-fent*out of Danger. j^ehear from feyeral Places, that the King of Pruflia's ; Eompages are iUlLkept in .Readinefs, and Levies arema- , kirigto recrujt hisAtmy^ but whether this Monarch me- ; ditatesiany new" De%ny or only intends to preftrve his In- \ fiuence, and pnth^Troopj in the fame Condition as before i the late War, is a Poin| the Politicians about him do not \ pretend todetermine^ ] TJ^ Swedish Oncers atGottenburgh, in the Service of t France, aTefaid-faot' to be forward to fet fail, for fear of . theEngliih; Ships cf War. There has been a great Fire at; Gottenburghi wJiidi ^ left burning when the News tame away,and hadconfumed one third of the City, . GreatNujnbers pf Ruffians are ftill laid to be intended for Livonia; butwiu what View is not certain. Some of the? Am^ans have already ehter'd the Mao-tuan, andtherefl^aremfoUjnarch for that Country. - Froip, the London. Gazette. Edinburgh, j*n >' - Whitehall, Feb. i.The&%naji;been�Bafed tocodfti tuteand appoint Abraham Hume, JEfo; tcfbs r*htm�^ General of Stores,Provifions ar^^Forraget tballhb -jefty's Forces^u Home and Abroad. - /. '." y a ?. , v Xe^erdayarrived an Exprefs frc^ Admirel Maytw in die Dpwns, which ^e hear brought an, Account, that he had received certain' Advice from Mufhing, .4haSi r$^r ^QQ^SoJto^aamllyciobajtoi' Waited only for a fair Wind to faU for'\ the Rebels. . . �'; * lt. At the Time, thea^pve Account caraei^ Flufhmg^it was currently reported there,, that an Actioiti had happea'd near Bruffels between the Auftrians and' French, greatly to the Difadvantage o^rhe latter. � - 9 On Friday laft Admiral Mirria* in his Majefty*s Ship the Yarmouth, with the Monmouth and Sunderland fail'd -from the D�y^s, with-lhe Outward^-bbimd and Coafters under his Convoy. . !. - . 'T 'A - His Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland, when he left Newcaftle on Tuefday Morning laft, ton Account of the Mafs-Houfe being let On fire, in the, preceding Night) direfted the Dutch General to giVe all the Af-Xift^ice that fhould be requefted by the Juftices of the Peace there, to fupprefs immediately any Tumults .or Mobbings, if there) fhould beioccafiou. 1 v We hear that his iRpyal Highnefs arrived at Edinburgh in perfeel Health, ott Wednefday abouVNoon. ' We hear that an Acisbunt is come from'the North/of Part of the Rebels having Deferted their Mock Prince's Service, and gota^ay ; and it w^cc�fideidy faiilaft l^ight, that they wereihcAthol Men, withLojd George Murray at their Head: Wt tint Ntwt "may tt&t it**. : J On Saturday Jaft hi* Grace the Duke of Montague'a Regiment of Ham march'J thro' the City, in their way to Canterbury. *. Jtisfaid, that tht Rebels are to be brought ter Town To-morrow. ,: ' r A Treaty of Marriage is on foot, and foon will be con* fummated, between Charles Churchill,1 Efq; Son of the late General Churchill, andLady Maria Walpole, Daughter of the late Earl of Orford, a fine young Lady, wia a very great Fortune. ' _ , . The Mary, Bryne, from I^ndon ta^mmc^/%loft near Sandwich. ~ The Mary, Ogilvie, from Maryland for London, is loft near Yarmouth. ' Laft Week the LordEdgcombe, Chancellor of theJDut-d*y qfLancaster, piiiemtd Um Hwi*fcfAKjmu\i Had-ges, A.M. to the Reitory of St. Michaels in the County of Derby, void by the Decpafe Qfthe laft Incumbent. On Friday laft the Hon. Commiffioners of the Eadfe appointed Mr. Forrefter to beaCoileOor of tbatR#e�ue in the Ifle of Wight, in the room of -^- Sherman, E% deceaied. On Saturday laft died at Eaft-Ham in Effex, Mrs. Smith, Rdia of Thomas Smith, Efq/ of that Place. She was a Gentlewoman, who by her .kind and benevolent Difpofition had gain'd a general Love and Efteem; -Many of her Relariorrs, who were conftantly near her, and had. the Pleafure and Benefit of her Company, greatly regret their Lofs, which can no ways be compenfktea by the Fortune fhe may have left among 'em. Her reaV Eftate of 5001. per Ann. devolves to Mr. Thomas Bettefworth, Soa totheJateMr^ArthOrBcttefworth, who> was a very eminent Bookfcjler in Pater-nofter-row. On Saturday laft died, at his Houfeon St. Mary Hill near Billingfgate, Mr. Edwin Sommers, a very eminent and wealthy Barbadoes Merchant, greatly efteem'd by all that knew him. The fame Day died Mr. Gerard Lethuillier, an eminent Merchant of this City. Yefterday Morning died, at her Houfe in Fleet-ftreet, Mrs. Lambert, Wife of Mr. Lambert, who kept the Bull-Head Tavern in Fleet-ftreet, (Brother ttt &|r. Alderman Lambert.) She was Daughter of Mr. Carpenter, who formerly kept the Horn Tavern in Fleet-ftreet. p_ B A N K K U P T S. Henry Hicks, of Manden, in the County of Hertford^ Grocer and Chapman. Peter Qucnovault, of Nicholas Lane, Merchant. is a. B I R T H- D A Y at the BLACK. J*HIS ADVERTISEMENTS are token in fer thisPap^, at Lloyd's Coffix-Hovse, in Lem^rd-Strcet. .0
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