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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 12, 1845, London, Middlesex                                Numb. 3M7� ,1   ,   hhjih- 1/r �"�.Itin" i in Friday, April 12, 1745. Deal, April 10. RRIVED the Portland Man of War from a Cruize. Put back the Baltimore Sloop, and remain with his Majefty's Ship the Duke, the Princefs Mary, Ofborn ; the Prince of Orange, Weftcote ; and Pelham, Wells, for Eaft-Indiaj the Judith, Holland j and Elizabeth and Martha, Woodward, for Barbadoes; Qeofge-William, Campbell, for Jamaica; the Agnes and Betty, Brame, for Philadelphia; Ranger, Mercer, for St. Kittsj Braganza, Lyon, for Liibon; the Refolution, Baker, For Cagliari; Nottingham, Chapman ; Expedition, Robinfon j Dorothy and Elizabeth, Simpfon ; and Providence, Bond, for Virginia ; Sarah, Stone, for Oporto. The Great Britain Privateer is failed.  Wind N.W. Qravtftnd, April \ i.   PaiYd by the Neptune, Danjwy, �from Virginia ; Maryland Merchant, Jermain, from Maryland ; Elizabeth, Cole ; John and Betty, Strahan ; the Dunkirk, Smith ; and the Duke deMar, Tillet, from Oftend. The Prince of Orange, Bills, from Jamaica, is arrived at Portfmouth. The Cornelius Bernardin, Stedrnzn, from Falmouth, at Leghorn. The Nonpareil, Sherman, from Philadelphia, at Barbadoes. LONDON. "ExtraS of a frivatt Letter from Amjlerdam, dated April the yh, N.S. � A Report has prevailed here of late, that we would, in * all probability, foon hear of an Accommodation between * the King of Pruffiaand the Courts of Vienna and Dref- * den, by the Interpofition of the King of Great Britain. * Our Gazettes mentioned the fame Thing; adding that * M. de Munchausen, Minifter of State of Hanover, was * gone to Berlin, and from thence to the Pruffian Army in * Silefia, in order to put the finifhing hand to this good � Work ; But all thefe Reports now appear groundless, for ' we have U from very good Hands, that M. de Munchau-;�ufen only, went to Nordhaufen, m order to have an Inter- � view with the Baron de Henricke, Minifter of Confe-4 rence to the King of Poland, about fome fecret Affairs. � Some.People pretend, that the Bufuiefs is a confiderable * um of Money, which the Court, of Drefden wants to ."* borrow. Others maintain that the Interview related to � the March of a Body of Saxon Troops, to cover the � Electorate of Hanover, in cafe the French flwuld draw � too near it. � We hear from Coblenrz, that the French have (5m-� moned. the Town of Limbourg on the Lahne, to fur-'* render to them, or a't leaft to turn out the Troops of the * Allieithat are. in it.. This-Place belongs to the Eleftor 4 of Triers ; and it is thought that the French have taken * this Step, that they, may have a Pretext to attack it, * without infringing, the Neutrality of the Elector of ** Triers. Marfhal Maillebois has likewife demanded of � the. Ele&or of Meat* th,e Town of Hohenftein, fimated * on r.he Confines of the County of Catznelloboge in We- * teravja, threatning in Cafe of Refufal to attack it, as he * did theFortrefs of Konigttein.   The French make di- * vers. Motions, 'and are cbnrinually marching and counter-marching in Weteravia, in order to put the Allies upon � a wrong Scent, ifpoffible.   The latter have drawn their Troops dofer together-, and feem refolved to wait for '� there, without flmefcing. - '-* Qax Advices from Bavaria are more favourable.  The * Anftriarj&bave opened the Campaign on that fide with 4 Succeis, after having affemblfd a body of tzooo Men / drawn feom Pafiau, Schardlngen and Braun2�, they pafs'd * the Inn, and feized upon a Track of Land of four Leagues - in-Length'and as many in Breadth, between � the Danube, the Inn and the Vils: Then they made * themfelves Mailers cf Vilflioven, which they carried at � the third Affault.   Our Letters from Ratifbon fay, that * the taking.of that Place has colt the Auftrians upwards of 4 1000 Men, tho' They fay but too. And the fame Ler-4 ters agree no better with the Austrian Accounts, irr re-4 gard to the Number of Troops made Prifoners at Vil- * fhoven.' Extras of a Letter from Lifbon, March 3, N.S. * The Infant Don Emanuel, the Kings Brother, was * taken very ill a few Days fince, juft after Dinner, as � were likewife feveral Gentlemen and Officers of his * Houfhold; and it being apprehended that there was fome- * thing; corrupt, or unwholfome in what was ferved up to ' the Prince's Table, diligent Enquiry was made in the * Kitchen and Pantry, ancf it was at laft found out, that � the Paftry-Cook had made Ufe of fome Flower, which, ' by Miftake> had been put into a Bag that had had Arfe- * nick in it.   As the Prince and all tfiofe who were out of * Order, immediately took proper Antidotes, this Acci-' dent hsts not been attended with any bad Confluences. 'FromRatifbon we have received the following Declara-� tion made by the King of Pruffia, the Elector of Bavar 1 ria, and the Eleftor-Palatine, ro the other Ele&oral ' Courts of the Empire; viz. That no Body is ignorant of * theReafons that determined the Electors of the Holjf * Roman Empire to fufpend the Vote and Suffrage of Bo-' hernia, in the laft Dyet held at Franefort for the Efcclion 4 of an Emperor : That it is equally notorious, that this ' Sufpenfion was made in Confequence of the unanimous ' Refolution of the Electoral College t That to the fame * College indifputable belongs the Right of refloring to its � Activity a Vote which they thought fit to fufpend ; That 4 the Laws and Conftitutibns of the Empire are very ex-' prefs and dear onthis Head.  That the Electoral Courts * of Brandenbourg, Bavaria and Palatine cannot therefore ' fee, without great Surprize, the Deputies of the King-4 dom of Bohemia actually invited to the future Dyet of 4 Election, without having previoufly requefted the Elec- * roral College, to repeat the Refplu?ion whereby that 4 Vote was fbfpendcd : That they protcft againft fo eflential 4 an Omiffion, and agamft every tiling that may refult ' therefrom in- Prejudice of the Constitutions of the Em- * pire ; and that they will Ipok upon the whole to be ab- * folujtely null and of no Eifeft.' The Reafons objected by the Court of Vienna, which fome other Courts have favoured with their Approbation, are, 4 That the Sufpenfion of the Vote of Bohemia, even * fuppofing it was not illegal, could be confined only to the ' Election for which it was thought fit to fufpend it: That ' the Cafe of a new Election reftores of Courfe that Vote * to its former Acnvity; arid therefore, that the Invitation ' to the Deputies of the Kingdom and Electorate of Bohe-' mia, has been given upon this Principle, and on the folic! 4 Foundation refulting therefrom, &c. The laft Advices fro^ra Duflfcldorp fay, that ,the Elector of Bavaria had demanded, from the French 'Court, a Reinforcement of 20',obc5 Mew,, and in that Cafe offered to caufe himfelf to be piociaimed King of Bohemia, Archduke of Auftria, &c. aodinfmuating at the fame Time, ijf his Demand was not granted, he fhould be obliged to make Peace on the beft Terms he could obtain.- Yefterday Advice was. brought thaf a French Ship of 250 Tons, bound from RocKeHe to Dunkirk, with Wine and Brandy, is taken by the Swift Privateer, Capt. Hud-fon, and feht:into the Downs. The fame Day theta was ari Account/ that a Swediflj Hoy, bound from Bourdeaux to North-Copen, (as the Matter pretends) but/up^os'd- really to be bound to Dunkirk : And a Brigantine1 (law'a Scotch Veffel, taken by a French Privateer)' bound from.'St.' Mafoes .to Rotterdam ; laden at Dunkirk with Mokfles and Rum, are both taken by the Sutherland Priiatefcr,. and brought into the Downs. An Irifh Veffel, with 900 Barrels of Beef, from Martf nico, is taken by his Majefty's Ship the Argyle, Captain Holborne, and carried-into Barbadoes, where fhe is cori-demned j the Mailer's Name is Kane. The Jofeph, Daubuz, from Carolina" for London, h-takenby a French Privateer, and carried into Bayohne. The Meal Snow, Drohan, from Gheffer' for London, is carried into Boloign. 1     " The Transports, that carried .the" Troofis' to. Oftend, are all fafely returned to the River. The Rev. Mr.-Creyk, Re&qrel Eaft.welli in rheDio-cefe of Canterbury, having accepted a Livype in the DTo-cefe pf Peterborough,, tbe Re^ory of Eaftw^l become void. It isinr.he.Gift of jbe.Rigb^ H^'frfcJM of'Winf chelfea and Nottingham. Yeflerday Morningjdied, at his Houfe near Caven4dbf Square, ajfer a tediojis Jllne'C' ihe Right Hon.' the Lorf Hayerfham, .in an ad.�arj.cedAge. On Tuefday laft died, at her Lodging^ a^t Greenwich; Mrs. King, Rdiftof Mr. King, formerly a,nieminent Merchant. We hear Mr. Garrick, who has been dangeroufly ill, fo well recover'd that on Wedaefiiay nexij Ji^w^ll perfkirr^ the Part of Abel Drugg^r, in, B^en Johnfpn's Alchymift'�; which will be his firft Appearance fince his Indifpofition. On Monday laft died at Dower, in the 85th Year of his Age, Mr. lfaac Minet^.for many Yeaj;s eminent Meii-chant. In which Profeffion he was nniyerfally known Jmjl efteem'd, not only by Petfon� in Tta^q, bpt by thofe df the firft Rank in moft Parts o� the WoritJ. His excellerit Judgment, his Integrity and Opennefs of Heart, render's hffn a moft valuable Friend^ and his Sweettiefrapd Chear-fulncls of Temper ^ &h agreeable and im'jpfbvlag[Companion. He svas conftant iUd'tievour in thr^rafeee t>fReligion, charitable urthe Pod^ and bertevdtent to afll. He difcharg'd the Datiesnf his Station, as a kirid Hofband, a tender Parent, an indulgent Mailer, an upright Mag'ntrate# aifd a iincere C^hrrtiixr.'in fuch avirianner, that as few Men have glone through the World* ittore nfefully, or left it with more Innocence^ fb, being thus endowed with every amiable Quality, he liv'd beloy'd, and. died larherited by bis Family and Friends,' and5 every Lover '-of Religion and Virtue. * ' Yefterdajr one Longhlin Gough was committed to Tot-hill-fields B^ideweil, B> hai^ Labour, by Sir Thomai De Veil, -being'brought before him by Mri Lynn, one of the Provoft-Marfhal'3 Men, for running quite naked amongft the Gentry that were walking in St. James's Park, in an obfeene, daring manner. Canturbury, April 16. On Friday laft Was committed to Maidftone Goal, one Richard Goodwin, charged upon Oath, with murdering Frances Jackfon, Widow, st Eaf* ling (about 60 Years of Age) and robbing her Dwelling-houfe ; and alfo, charged on Oath, with entering and robbing the Dwellinghoufe of Elizabeth Bourne, Widow, in the Parifh of Illcomb. J We don't find that any other Perfon was concern'd in the above Murder ; the Villain was difcovered by offering to Sale fome of the Deceas'd's Goods.-He deny'd the Murder before the Juftice, as alfo the robbing the laft poor Old Woman, ot that he had ever feen her before. 4 Yeflerday about 80 French Prifoners came to this City, in their Way to Dover Caftle. High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 19 Minutes after 7. . Bank Stock no Price India Ditto 184 1 half a 5 8tbs a 1 4th. Sauth Sea Stock 109 1 half. Ditto Old Annuities hi 1 half. Ditto New 1c9 3 4ths a 7 8ths. Three per Cent. Annuities 90 1 halfTa .3 4ths. D�tia 1742,, go i half a"j 4thj. Dim* 174$ and �744, 90 1 half, a J 4ths. l^tto 1745, 89 ) ^fc*'&90 \ 8th a 90. MHljon Bank 115. Equivalent 1 iq. Ro^al,Ailurance no Price. London Aflurahce 11 T 8th a V 4th." Englifh Copper 5 1. Seven pfer Cent. Emperor;^ Lpsan ^>ofP*ice. " Five fier Cenr. Ditto no Price. Bank?Circu1atibn 4 1. 7 f. 6 d'- Piem. fediw Bonds 11. j j ai: ii|f at i �j s. Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies z 3 ^thsa 1 half Difc. Three and a half per. Cfnt. Exchequer Orders 3 Difc. Three per. Cent. Ditto u 1 half Wfc. pottery,Tj^cets 12 s. Ptem,    Life ^BBJuities 15 i 4^ Y^rs] P^rc&ale. Jt the t>efire-of� federal Perfbfis AT the Theatre-koyal :fri. DrW^Ihe, XX We&eflay,- Abrit'ii, will be prefei^ed1 tiie Tria^jr of ortheiz' AffigQSj the Intend thereof to commence at Midfummer next, and difrSWe/to be nominated by. the Pofleffors of. the. Receipts fjrom tho Bank on-or before*he 15th of;December '�' """' -'^1 - And whereas for many Yeat&saft Application hat bjeiO)ltt  ment thereof. ThiriS; there&ste; to.'�cfflian^ ^ie  P^bJ�?k�( HjafciftitQnlj(&hfi4felf, but miny of bis frienAj haj^fuVc^'d'towa^ShfttJ*^^ Sum of^obl. are mW-M' S�
                            

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