General Advertiser, April 20, 1745

General Advertiser

April 20, 1745

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 20, 1845, London, Middlesex Numb. 32.5*4. SATURDAY, April 20, 1745. Deal, Airil 18. EMATN in the Downs his Ma-jefty's Ship tha Duke ; and the two Ships bound to Virginia. Wind N.E.byE. The Willctt, Griffith ; and the Scrope, Conway, from London, are arrived at St. Kites. The Mary, Martin, from Philadelphia, at Dartmouth. The Matthew, Warner ; and Experiment, Davifon, from St. Kitts, at Falmouth. LONDON. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland. We have Advice from Cadiz, that on the 24th and 29th of 1 alt Month, N.S. feven Kegiller Ships, and a Snip bound for the Canaries, put to Sea under Convoy of the French Squadron commanded by the Chevalier de Piofin. Extract of a Letterfrom Brrflau, dattd A-ril 16, N.S. * A few Days ago a Body or 5000 Hungarian Inlurgents * attacked the little Town of Rofenberg, which lies in the * Upper Silefia on the Confines of Poland, and fet it on � Firet with a View to make its Garrifon, which con-� fitted of 8co Men, furrender Prifoners of War : The � Town was foon reduced to Afhe�, but the Garrilon, ' notwithitanding, made fo brave a Defence, tint they ob-� tained a Capitulation ; by Virtue of which they marched * out with the Honours of War. We expeft that Garri- * fon here To-morrow. Capt. Moferberg, who marched * with io8Men to its Relief, was killed in the Fight. * Since this Affair we have received Advice, that Col. � Winterfeldt, Adjutant-General to the King, had at-� tacked a confiderable Body of Inlurgents between L'jeit * and Great Strelitz, killed a great Number of them, and 4 made 300 Prifoners, among whom there arc fix Ofri- * cers. ' The King is ftill at Neifs, and has ilTued the Jafl Or- * dcr for the Troops to hold themfelves in -Readinefs to ' march.' They write from Francfort, that nothing of Confe-quence had happened on the Lower-Rhine fn.ee lalt Poll, the French waiting for the Prince cf Conti, who arrived at Jdftein the 2 ift Inltant, N.S. Letters from Venice, by, the Way of Francfort, ad-vife, that in order to give Weight to the Grand Signer's Mediation, the Porte has refolved to fend Minifters to the Chriltian Powers engaged in the prefent War, and at the fame time fit out a powerful Fleer, and affcrnble an Army of 100,000 Men. They write from Vienna, that an Exprefs arrived there the 14th Inftant, N.S. from Italy, with Ac vice, that the Republiclc of Genoa had declared that fhe would obl'erve an exact Neutrality, and not grant a Paflage to the Spaniard* thro' her Dominions. But, The lail Advices the Court of Turin has received from Genoa fay, that the, Republick had actually 20,coo Men in Readinefs to march towards Gavi and Novi ; with tvhat Defign, they would not take upon them to dedrmine, tho1 it is leaionable. to prefume that a Neutrality is not the Bufinefs in Hand. Letter from Augfburgh, April 19, N.S. * The Elector of Bavaria and Prince Clement, have � been, here fince ^he.i4th "nitanty as are alio the French, * Spanifh, Pruffian, and Heffian Miniilers. * The Aftion that happened the 12th-Inftant near Trey-� fmgen between the.Bavarian and Au'ltrian Troops, turned * out to the Difadvantage of the latter, who were obliged * to fall back to Mofbourg, in order to preferve a Com-1 munication with the Troops they had at Landfhut. They * remained in that Pofition. all the next Day : But having � heard that the Palatine Troops that were on the Left Side * of the Danube* had paired that River j that they had � united with the Corps under the Command of the Count ' deSegur, and that commanded.by the Marquefs de Ru- .Su'jf,ri!i-rs on Wednefday next, at While's Chocolate-Hui'ife is St. J ims-'s-Sticet. A call'd T the New Them re in rhe H.ivmnrker, this Day, will be peiform'J the lafi new Paftoral Opera, L'INCOSTANZA DELUSA. P;t and Boxes to be pirt together ar H.ilf a Guinea. Gallery ^ s. The Gailety to be Open'd a- Five o'Ciock. Pit andBoxes at To begin at Half an Hour after Six. *,,* Mr. Gcminiar.i' yives Notice, tf-at as the New Opera cannot be .ready by this Night, the Jaft Nt\^' Opera, call'd L'Ir.coJLinza De-luxi, will (by Delire) he perf'orn.'J, ^nd that Sigr.ora Fiedenca's Part will be perform'd ly Mrs. Am:. 4dvertifmcHts of a moderns Length a\ taken in for this Paver at'Tivo Shillings ea,b. ;

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