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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 23, 1845, London, Middlesex Numb. TUE8DA Y, April 23. *745- RR�V&&cbis Morning the Strife ^pjcitatcfe-, fV6m a Cruize ; and remain With his Majefty's Ship the Dofct; and Che ttfo Ships bound to Virginia. Wind Sooth. Theffeaflower, Latimer, _from Lifboa, is arrived at Mount/bay. The Salty, M'Clakellen, from Virginia; a�Seotland. " The Pembfokte, Herbert, from fcohdon, at Nevis. The Imley, Crump/ from London, at Anugua. l o n 3 O n. Yefterday arrived the Mall frbtn Holland. According to Advices from Genoa of the 15th jaftant, NS. Admiral Rowley's Fleet was flill at Portmahone on the 6th, but lay in the Road aJmoft ready to pu* to Sea. The Mailer of a Felucca, that war jaft arrived at Genoa from Nice, reported, that on the Kith Jiefaw fourEngliih Men of War, who bid bornt or tank four French and two Neapolitan VeflieJs that were cartyifllg Provifions and For-�T>^^.lltllll^k[ip/1^1i�i^M�Bw^f^^^^^"11 1 ;w��"u^>-*�t Letters from Nice of the 9th Inftaat,'N.S. adyife, that the Infant Don Philip had not yet begun his March, because he waited for the Arrival of the Spanifh Cavalry coming to him from Savoy, and UfcOVife for the News of Count Gage's pafiing the Panaro. Extra&ofa Letter frarttBologna, April 13, JV.S. The Adrians have at laft entirely evacuated the cleuafticat-SSttr 1 lie HIUIIAUIM WBf TUll&rtK* � and went to take Poft at San Feiici" and Carpi, where � they are intrenching themfeives. The next Day the hrft Column of the Combined Army, headed|by the Duke of: '* Modeoa, arrived in the Neighbourhood of this City, and was followed the joth by the fecond Column, with the Cannon and Baggage. Yefterday the Spanilh Army . was reinforced by 500 Neapolitan's, and having fefamed � its Marchjaafled the; Panaro this Morning; near SpiHberto^ and San GeJa^o^talc^^ ; Dut"we" �* are of Opinion that they will inarch towards Parnia and Placentia, without flopping to befiege Modeaa.* They write from Ratilbon, that after the Affair of iPfeflfenhoven, which was very fatal to the French, the Anftrians fix'd their Head QuarteVs at Schrebenhaufen and Poctmefs on the Lech, from Whence they -Tent out Detachments, in purfuit of che Relkks of the French Body of Troops, who were retreating with all fpeed to Donawerth, fro^ttbjTice^ it was thqjight they have continued their [ March through SwaSia GswardTthe -that on the r&hTaft. N.S.the Heffians were acknowletfg'd * as Nentral Troops, feparattd from the Bavarians: That they took the Haute of Neckelhaufen, which Place they reached the next Day, having tiiarched-through the Auftrran Army. According to Advices from Ratifbon, of the 25th Inft. N.S. the Prince of Conti had net yet reached the French Army, but flops on the Rhine to give Orders relative to the Situation of Affairs in Bavaria. The French take up all the Boats they can find on the Mayae, in order to make: bridges on that River-; from whence it is peefuaied that they intend to return to the Rhine. As the Pofl was ready to.come away from Francfort, 3 Report was fpiead, that' toe i:mi^^wU,iAmimMm*&aJm4m at Efling, and entirely eefeaied. Out Advices<�ncernmrtheM^twnstsf the Turks differ widely : From Vienna tney tell us, fiat there were cer-: tainly 80,000 Men affembled in Romelia and Bofnia, hat that they are to imarch AwayPerfia : From V�nice\theyr tell us, that the Porte h i&ui#ry 'eqiMppitig a powerful-Fleet, and aiTembling fo many Troops on the Side of Servia and BoTnia, that the Senate-have thought fit to re-: pfcat the Orders to all tieGovernorsafsthe Frontier T�wns': ^nest to Ttirky, *o be very*�eht*ve-to their Motions : And from Brefiau they write,: that ^ Courier from Podblia,' has paffed through that City/^oin&itQ Drefden, to acquaint the Court ef Saxony with xbe Morksu and Difpofi- �tiofls ofi^otks mMIm^m^^k^,-,^^,^ ExtreS ef a Letter from Aqfitmrg, jfyrit 23, N.S. * Count SeckendorfF having received; ample FullPdwers ' from the Eledor of Bavaria, to ieKkrfW^iimiia'ans of * theAcoamnwdathja between hk S3er�ral'iJighnefs and * the Queen of Hungary, his Excellency went to Furifrn * on the Lech, and Then: jfigoed, on *he 20th Inft. with * Count CoHeredo, tbe Queen �f-Hungary?s Plenmosen--�� tiwyi *he Ardds wi�A
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