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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 13, 1845, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. THURSDAY, Fe bru a r y 13, 1 7145-6. folate ____m Dutch Man of War. Fa/m-rutb',. Feb. 8. ZW, February n. [AST Night faii'd his Majefty's Ship Norwich to the Westward. Came down and faii'd thro1 the Charming .Molly, Canady, for Antigua. Came in from the TNorthward his Majefty's Ships thiXudlow-Callle, and Pool; and remain with his Majefty's Ships Princefs touifa, Admiral Mayne; Defiance/ Ruby, and a Wind' N.W. ' Arrived' the Roebuck, Levering, from Havre, for Biddeford. Sail'd William and James, Connell, for.Chichefter ; Happy, Coupland, for Havre ; Thomas and William, Seeker, for Yarmouth ; Chefter, ~; and Elizabeth, Howard, for London. Put back the Prince Frederick Packet. '.Dartmouth, Eekg. Sail'd his Majefty's Sloop Ferret, with the Pompey, Burket, from Jamaica ; and Endeavour, Andrews, for London; and Providence, Howard, for Dublin. Wind North. ' Gnats; Feb. 10. On the 8th failed the Charming Petty, Chevalier ; and Three Friends, Boucher, for Jer-' fey. On the 9th failed the Betty,1 Oliver^ for Alderney ; Adventure, Anderfon, for Jerfey ; and Succefs, LeGreflcy, forGuernleyandJerzey. Wind N;E. "' The Elk, Brett, from Virginia, is arrived at the Orkneys. Copenhagen, Fib. 1. The Abbe Ie Maire, the French Miairter,- p'refented lately feveral Memorials to the Court, fignifying, that as the ireaty between the King and his Mofl. ChriAian Majelty was near expiring, he had Orders to propofe-the Renewal of it, without any other Conditions tkan thofe before ftipulated, and only with a View to ftrengthen the Peace of the North. Th,is rVoplbfmon having been examined in Council, it was. jhere confidered, that as. this Treaty had only a pacific, 1 endency, there could be^no Iqconvenicncy inrrenewfrig it, fince the King's intention 'already was, not to take any Part in the Trou- i*5. -_r -------bferve an exadl Neutra- licated to. the Abbe le ...... _______________, _, .______ Powers he had received, figried the ftrjf&Sval of a Treaty of Subfidy be-f tween this Court and that of France, which is properly the Prolongation of that which exp res.next Year. The new Treaty takes Place in March, 1747, and fubfifts till 1750. M.Tittlty, the Englilh Minifter, neglected no Reprefen-tations he thought^pcopSr on the Occalion : But the Danifli Miniftry told hfln, That" his "Majefty not defigning to take any Step that might augment the Troubles of Europe, it was natural for hint to.abide by Treaties that anfwered the Syftem of Peatfe and.Neutrality he h:id propofed to him-ielf ever fin'ce'his commg to ths Crowni arid in which he was refolved to'perfcvere fo long as his own Poffsflions run no Rifle of being diftdrbed. The Guarantee of the Diitchy of Slefwick is comprehended in this Renewal. M. Titley ' having received, freih'Difpatches from London,'demanded fome Days fince a private Audience of the King on that Occalion. But his Majefty keeping his Chamber for fome Thhe on" Atcount of his Iridifpofition, that Audience could not take Place,- and M. Titley communicated the Contents of thofe- Difparches to M. Schulia, the Secretary of State for Foreign Affair's: Vienna\ Feb. 5. Prince Charles of Lorrain and Field fylarlhal Prince.!LoBkowkz are preparing every Thing for jheir Journey into.* e Netherlands, whither Baron Trenck is marching from Bohemia with his Paridoqrs. Lieutenant-Colonel Simbikoen is nominated to conduit thither a Corps of Temefwarians, who are to-aft in Conjunction with the Pandoures'!. " - � � Hambourgh, Feb. 14. According to Letters from Peterf-hurgh of 'the zjth ult. the Preparation for being in'a Condition to aft, both by Land and Sea, go on with great Celerity. M.'deDieu, Arnbaflador from the States-Gene-^1, is immediately to have his Audience of Leave, and it is doubted whether the Treaty7of Commerce will be concluded before his Departure, There is a Confirmation of the Defenfive Alliance between the Courts of Berlin and Stockholm. " " .. . Orejden, Feb. 9. The i2,ooo Men, which the King is to fend rbeMaritirne Powers, have Orders to be ready to march on the 15th of next Month. Their Artillery con-Cits of 36P.eces of Cannon, and as their Destination is for the Low-Countrfes, Pains are already taking. to regulate their Route. It is not yet known who will command them in War. . . . . , Turin, Feb. 3. The King, who is in,perfeft Health, has refolved to continue here till towards the End of next. Month, when his. fyfajefty propofes to-return to the Army, and begin the Difppiitions for the approaching Campaign.; ft "has been regulated between the King and the Prince of Lichtenftein, that before the Arrivalof the Reinforcement from Germany, his Majefty's Troops mall fupport that Prince upon the. Secchia, while he endeavours to keep his Situation behind the Teffino : But that if the Enemy pafs the latter River with fuperior Force, his Highnefs fhalL. then turn oft* to theSecchla, in order to avoid an Engagement. Hanover, Feb. ii. The Country Militia, which took Arms to defend feveral Places in this Electorate, during the Abfence of the regular Troops, will return Home as loon as they are relieved by the Regiments now coming from the Rhine ; but the private Men are to keep their Uniform and Fire-Arms, and to be regularly vifited and ex-ercifed by their Officers. L O N D O N. According to Letters from Rotterdam, there is arrived in the Maefe,'a Merchant Ship in 15 Days, from Invernefs, the Captain of which named Mackens Earl or Loudon was ftill there, an to Dunkirk and Boloigne concerning the Emoai^pin^ y,~ ^ ^ They vvr1tr^ni-�ienTia, that the-?apitatiofl Tax^ which is going to be raifed upon all Ranks of People, in all the Dominions of the Emprefs, except Hungary;*^wjll produce fuch'a Sum, as will enable her Majefty to pufti th*B War againil France with more Vigour than ever. Ex&aii of a Letter from Glafgvw, Feb. 3. ' It is with great Difficulty we can raife any Money at ' prefent here j.but-we hope ioon to' be freed from our ' Oppreffors, who retreated with great-Precipitation over the.Forth, at the Approach of his Royal Highnefs the . � Duke of Cumberland; abandoning all their Cannon, � and blew up,their Magazine, not venturing to ftay till it could be carried off. As the Rebels are fo much afraid of his Highnefs, we are in hopes they'll difperfe amongft the Mountains, or fall into his- Hands ; which we heartily wilh, as either of the two will put an end to the In-furreftion.- Three Country Volunteers, and Brothers, brought his Royal Highnefs Ye'fterday feven arm'd Rebels, Prifoners. His Highnefea/k'd what they demanded for them, and they reply'd, We tuant nothing but tofer-ve our King.and Cmntry. And we are told that this Morning they brought in eight more Prifoners, fully arm'd.' ExtraS of a Letter from Stirling, Feb. 3. , ' The Day after I wrote to you "aft the Army march'd to this Place. 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