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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 26, 1845, London, Middlesex                                EJdAIN his Riwefty'sShips Duke and Kinfale jIthd the Prince, of Privateer* and jvoolwlch Transport j Three^rothei*,tHeb3en! 'Profptrouslnwe^fe, Shghchotrn j Garret, Ro&fon; Saccefe Bled-fon ; and Jb&ua, Allen* for Portfmonth.  WindS.W. Gravifetid, Marth 24. P&fs'dby Jacob, Bretgjn. from St. Kitts i Lady Elizabeth, Bredamus; Ma^y, games � head, Smith, from Norway ; Anne and Gathenne, Rulus, �from Frizeland ; Princefs Royal, Robins, =from Hamburgh. ''� 3$hkfmtk9^^ ready^ �** with all poffible Diligence, the Train of Artillery, which Js destined for Count Gage's Army* and have hireifeveral Tranfports to carry it to Ancbna j*- from whence one may judge o/ the Route Count Gage Will take frith his Army. Liters from $qjne .of j&h%. rjth Iniiam� N.S. advlfe, trjat.the greater Partlnf the Neapolitan Reinforcements had joined the Spatiilh &tmy, and that Count Gage was 'jmrching tqwards Peroufa and FoMgno. Eetier 'from Bologna, March '\\ N.S. The Troops which the Ring of the Two Sicilies fends to c>unt.;cage are in foil March to join this General's 1 Army, and the iVan-Guard of them has already paffed -^w^pt^'bf^olifeno,^]^;' made a Motion, drawing to-  WaVol'Noicafa, wMe the JuhcTion wfth the Neapolitan \  T^aSPA H�.�t�" �e made.   Count Gage intends *to torn off  afterwards- to the Left, p'afs throngh theDutchy of Ur- il$j!&t Pofi^^SeV'carr-ying off Pact of the Pro-  vifions in the ^gazine, and burning'the Reft: This Detachment lfe^r#|e(^f to , Prince Lobkowit2*s Atmy, >* wh4ife'v0^d-(^a|ters .are Kill at Imola/ where a drand  CoUntiT of Vva� was held a ftw Days fin^e^ in which a � Refdlutiop' was taken, to' a(teihble the Afmy in the  Ne^b^btfurhdod of fa�nta, and then throw up intrench-  rnehjs loghi-their Camp, jn( order to obierye the Mo- t  tibns of the Spaniards and Neapolitans* until the Arrival  of theHemfo^minfs ejrpetted from Germany, which. employ-theniin Mpjravia* 4 TTairr'&�*$rtiltery was alfo on the "They write from;Jlejptz 'of the 25th; jmlajj*, N,S thaf, the Elector ha*ordered ?U Bailiffs of t&a.t ElecWaie te^ difarm the Pcafants Wijthin their refpeclive D'iftrieV* andi depofite their Arms in a Magtzine at Mentz appointed forth e Purpofe : They add, that Marihal Maillebois fceftis to1 be Satisfied now. From Paris we are told, that it is now decided thePrince* of Cbnti fliall go and relieve MarJhal Maillebois in the' Command of the Aimy on ,the Rhine* and that*his Ge-> neral is to repair to Piedmont, and take upon/him the Ctgti*' jOAodffi ihje: Infant DoaJ^hilijx's.iJ'rench Auxiliaries,   # I   . They, vwite from Dufteldorp of the 30th fnOant; N>S. "*" that the Army of the: Allies,4s very adv|ntagepufly pofted behind the L�hne, and the Duke of Aremberg has poUed. Troqp%. at all the Places Avhere the Frerich might' attempt -thePaflage'of the River.   The Dutch Troopr^ whofe "Head Quarters are at Limbourg, have planted their, Ar-' tiHeryons Hilb, from- whence they can Tweep all the op-| pofite-^iore.  The Duke of Arentberg, they add, is-making fbme other Difpdfitibhs, which fhew th|t he' has no [ mmd to give'the French one jinch of Giound more, if he cat^heTp it. -/We have Advice from theHague* tha^befides the Letters to his Britannipk Majefty and the Slates General,: wherein the Grand Signor'offers his Mediation.between the' ^-Powers at War,, his Highnefs has wrote on the fame Sub-, *'}a&4o Eii>prefs ofRuflia, the .Queen of Hungary, the Kings of France, Sweden, and the Two Sicilies,' the King and Republic^ of Poland, and the R epublick pf' Vcfiifs.   * We hear from Jamaica, that a great Number of the Ships which were drove auSore in the JateHiniricane are: .gotTbff; and that feveral of them bave departed for Eng-Jand� under Cbnvpv of'-a- Man of War, who is to fee n^em'tBr?^"Wln^ar4. Paffage. We; hearJ that Admiral Medley continues ftill at Ply-l mouth;-but that Adn^inl Martin is fail'd on a Cruize, with eight Men of War, His Majefty's Ship the Wager, Capt. Forrell, has taken To^6r^his:>Rtoyaf�ighnefs the, Djke qf Com^e�-land's Horfes are to belhip'd for' OUerid. . We near that'flffai'mai Beileifle, is to have Ms J^&qle. o| Honour, and Hve-at his'bWn Efrpence at or near Wih^ifor; ahd-be'a'Iow^d to go tenlviiles beyorid of J |ibii> ^Ht fbmroirted tb1 ibis' G'ate* ifaoufe, b/8ir-TbsirWE>e Veilj for i�16nioufly tafciflg  Vafue-.oif to \. fouritfttpiW"hear: The fame Day one EJeaiior Keith  that they are gathering up a great^5n�ty of Forri^e^for'the^anim 'Cavalry^ who arei^j^^H^f^'ivtit^^VBi m>�'pe Coon^tof- Nice ; and ^'thVS^^iai^i^^'^ent'{hleerDetachnien'ts toward the Va'lte/bf'M^ro, in dfder to attack the Piedmonte?.e mehtrnaVe pVo^de^'t&em^iveA With Hatchets and others ~    ' down .Houfes : ill the Villages Al^^ng, to^Adv^s/frpm Vienna of the 4,7'th Inflan', "N.S. the 'Court"^waits impatiently for -the" Return of a; Coarier jdifpaaihed tb tendon, in* order to know bis Bri-tabnicU Maj'efty's Senhnlfeiits cbhKrning.th^edralrjbn offered by the,�^prefs pf Ruffia for re'tormg Peace to Eb-rope.;( Th<[-ifarquefs^ de"Botta- d'Adorno was to'fetout; forthwith.jfor Tafcattyiji where he* ib tp have th% Chief -Command  epar1n^rtiid-Defefe $^j^tfM%^m^r-: fuan|"to?CTe invitation of-che ~E4eSor o f Ment^Wnilleri at pVagne/   Thi tirand Doke?and his -Brother Prince^ ChaileFat* gtme to meet the PrinCefit Chapltottfc of ijartzm} in the Upper Stiria, and conduft her to Vienna. * Letters from Berlin" bring AAvke^fl "MfflTlrflWa^JfflBW^ ^ �hat he has given Or^e^ib^ withdrawing from* Prulfia"fbme; of the Regiments' f&rtetd$5 in that Country, in order to' ihcChateau Dogger Privateer, belonging to Dunkirk, 'of 12 Carriagd and.Swivel 'Cans, and fent her $>to Yarrfiearrn, HkMa^'s-Shi*ithe Fanlcon^ 3nk ^a^t^Bi^mm'ghinj, 'has li&tfi'i commanded by the eh" Privateer, Hon and crimed lier iiiio^BMl^K L^ft Week, ^ejf.'at.^ajih: Sir ^p&i^f^/^Ki: Bart. .Member ef, Parliament: for Lapcafter. He'is" Succeeded in Honour and Ettatev';by1 sftis"" only Son, tibw SipiWtlliam^ Lovfeeherf a Mifrbri bnder the^itlon of Itb^ev. Mr.Hay-J garth at Fiijham.   '       ' '    ' ^ ' ? The' St. Domfngo^oW,fieiniJoh'd lately to be: carried? into je.rfey, isthe Clehii0� bound for Nantz.   '�She hadf 14 Carriage Guns,' anb!'-'l^'Mrefl onBoardlthree>of which'  were'kiliy;itofr i%v^.-Vi:omi^d:: '   ' ' '. The^FrenchBhip,' Jb0tifcd&f& carried i^o^uern-| fey, by'the Prosperity 'ah4^^^^-lilr^a|ee>sf is eijl'd the; Diamond, bound from^t.*D�mtngd, for Nant�.: The S.t. Peter, >boii^--ftb1li'.-Sr. Domingo,  for Nantz, withrzo Tons e^j%ar;^rt*t^5ram'OjanTity-of; Indigo,^is/taken^by the Grea^ Britain Pritatetr, Captain. Watfon/j&^lentin^to^afmouth. '' ^be>Ship, '-caK'dtfeejInduftry^ fc'vktsSll&AaJ., ried into the fame Place. i  6riSaturday fafi a ftn^e ??%teer, vvVfch is fb '.carry^38? GSris'.-'ah*afeo'Mert,'was Robert*d at Bristol /mepier^ brfehts'bf wnich Place haw?'given "Order* for; ptirchalog a$ We'|fieaV from Mil^^v' ^h^t ;%rtj h|s' .'-beetii; a warnr Cbm'bWbe,^eea J^e.GR^oi-pne of his, .M*jefty'4 T�n-dersi sindsthffvTbwnmehd Pravatefir, "in wbiclv&veral were wbanded# btSth fidls i ^Oebfidfied' by the1 Tetidfr's? People Te^rjltolbV' l^g^fe^efs^fwhich" they fi%eaed : to A few Days fince died at Edinburgh Mr. Peuef Rofsof Ittvi^tthfi Advocate,� a� Gedtieman^bf fine Qualifications, ,'^b-^?tarda^ .die,!,- at Tt^^f^\jiS^t^^t-&netl   iz 1 4th Difc.   Lottery iickets 19 s. a 19s.-(5 d: Pr. H A Y - M A R K E T: ~ By     S   U  B  S  C  R  I   P .T' j Q N, The' %wflftb Night. - � A T the KING's THEAftfc in rfce/j, 9 t\ HAV-fctARkET,      moW, Will he ^ifemMa^ifiw    ^  Oratorioi caH'd '  � BE LTE.SHA Z Z A R.  ; Pit afld Boxes to }>e put together, and^no Perftn t^Wl^ifitteA 
                            

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