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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 1, 1845, London, Middlesex T&kt General Advertifer. N.U M 8. WEDNESDAY, May i-, 17*5. .>IL. U! r>#/, April zg. ^RIV*P tip Swift Privateer, with three! Sjw�d|& Ship* bound to France ; the St. Spiritual, Grax- ; another Ship, alhfrpnj 2ani,j the Caf�#j4e, frpm Notways; and Prince Frederick, frdm Frede-rickftaU. Remain the Ddke Mart of War, and theOutwird-bound. WlndkbyE; GravefiitdiJpriLzq. Paf�*d by Winchelfea, Curling, fipam Portmahone; A��ne and Catherine, from Norwa^ ', Xufca^y, Sptadiog, from Leghorn * and Hannah, Buck, from japaaica* The Hope; Harley, from London, is arrived, at Gi-)�2ltar: LONDON. Yeuerday arrived the Mail from Holland, They write from Turin of the 2zd of April, N.S. that the King had received Advice, that the Infant Don Philip had refolved to; begin his Match that Day* at the Head of r8oo MeaA without waiting fpr the ti& Reinforcernenes TOjajng to him from Spain* in order to penetrate into the Duchy of Montferat, by the Gorges of Taharo: Upon which Advice las Sardinian Majefty marched four Batal-lions to reinforce the Trooj^ potted at Garezzo, and like-*yjfe feiU Reinforcements to rJ*Gat�wna ofTortonaand Scravalle. Letters from Prague fey, Unit the General Rendezvous of the Auibiar\ and Saxon Troops that are to �cY in Con-jan^iion this Campaign, is to be at Koningin-Grajisi and *ha| befides the Regiments advancing, that way from Mo-javia, Greoerai Thungen is. likewile aarching thither with the Body of Troops he commanded i% the; Upper-Pabtiae. The-24th of April, N.S, an Exprefi arrived at Prague /rorn ttoS Frontiers of Silefia with Advice, that the iCgueen's Troops having made the neceiTary Difpofitions f$r re-entering the County of Glatz, the Pruflian Forces ^abandoned all the Polls they occupied in the open Country, ''having Garrifon only in the Town and Citadel of Glatz. Extract of a Letter /root DrefJen, Jpril e8. * The Troops are in Motion for the Camp that is form-� in* between Leipfick and Merfebourg, which it td con-*'M of 30,000 Men. The Duke of Saxe Weiffenfels being come back from his Country Seat, \yiU review 11 them in 3 few Days^and then fet out for the King's � Army is Bohemia, vfiJtther we have lately tent a great. * Number of Gunners and a large Quantity of Warlike-*i Store*. } * Count Befhrchefff the Ruffian Minifter here, has re-^ceived two Couriers from Peterfburgh, with Difpatches 'relating to the Empress Refolution to employ her Me-" diation between the King of Pruffia and the Queen ..of * Hungary. � The'CountdeBees, Minifter from the King of Pruffia, '* has received a'Coufier from that Prince, and communi- * cated the Dispatches ,to the Count- de Bruhl, declaring at t the fame Time, � That the King his Mailer wifhed for ** nothing more than to keep up a good Understanding �' w'^b this Court; and that he defired nothing of the ** King but that he would engage not to employ his Troops againft Silefia, in which Cafe he would promife to have ** due Regard for" rhe Saxon Territory." The next " Courier from Vjemjg, wiJl decide what Anfwer mull bs * given to thefe Representations.' They write from Genoa, of the Z2d of April, N.S. that the Matter of a Dutch Vefiel which arrived there the Day before reports, that on the &hof the' fame Momh he fell in with four Englilh Men of WartO the Weft>ard of Minorca ; and that the next Day he faw Admiral Rowley's Fleet, confiftingof 3&Sail, fleering for the Straits, as he judged. BxtraS if a Utter from Framfort, May 2, AT.S. . �The Prince- of Qontihas removed his Head Quarters * from Idfteid to Wifeaden, and ordered fjie Troops dif� * perfed up and down Waiaravia, to aflemble in a Body * and draw near the Rhine below Mentz. The French are t woMtfngwith aft pofuole Diligence on the Head of a 4 Bridge near Biberich, and as they likewifefendthat way f the Boats they had on the Mayri, we judge they intend ' to re-pafs the Rhine. The Body of French Troops that wa9 in Bavaria! is * dwindled away from 10,000 Men to 4000, and the Pa-' latine Troops are reduced to 2200 Men ; both theft ' Corps having fuf&red very much in their Retreat, Ge- * nera) Trips having been conftandy at their Hee]s with * the Huflarf, Croats, &c. f Wc have juft received Advi the late Duke cf Kent. His Lordfhip dying*'* Batclieldr, isfocceeded }n Honour and Eftite by his only furviving\ Brother Charles, now Lord Maynard. , Yelterday a Bricklayer who. wa,s at wcrk, repairing..* Houfe in the Strand, feU'off the Suaffoid into the Stiee?, and was kili'd on the Spot, Whitehall, djmil- 30. The K!ng has-been p^�a(ed to order Letters Patent to* be pafled and ilTfied under the, Gj^ac Seal of the Kingdom of Ireland, fpr the Tranflation of the , Right Revt Father in God, Dr. George Stone, B;fliop of Kiidare, to the See of Derry, void by the Death of Dr. Carew Reynellj late Bifhop thereof. Alio for the Tranflation of-Dr. Thomas Fletcher, Bifhop of Dromore, to the See of KtJdare. Alfo for the Tranflation of Dr. Jemraet Brown, Bifhop . of Killaloe, to the See of Dromore. And alfo fox the Promotion of the Rev. Richard Chene-vix, D D- to the See of Killaloe. Whit/ball, /prJl 30. His Majefty has been pleafed to appoint Lieut. General James LordTyrawley to be Colonel; of his Myerty's Third Troop of Horie Guards, late undet the Coromar.d of the Earl of Albemarle. .Major Genera] John Earl of Ro:hes to be Colonel of the Second Troop of Horfe Grenadier Guards, late Lord Ty-rawley's. ColoselHugh Lord Sempill to be Colonel of the Earl of Rothes's Regiment of Foot. Lieut- Col. Lord John Murray to be Colon.! of the Highland Regimen^JUte Lord Seropili's. Major General Onflow to be Colonel of the Firft Troofi of.Hoife Grtnadiers, late Lord Cobhara's, Brigadier General Wolfe to be Colonel of his Majefty'a. own Royal Regiment of Foot, la-.e Major General Onflow's. Lieut. Col. Keightly to be Colonel of Brigadier General Wolfe's Regiment of Marines. Colonel Lord Henry Beaucierk to be Colonel of the Regiment of Foot late Brigadier Genetal Handafyd's, deceased. And Lieutenant Colonel Ligonier to be Colonel of the Lord m- Beauclerck's Regiment. 1 _ _ f High Water this Day at Londbn-Bndg� at 19 Mowes \ after 11. t 1 - � Bank Stock 145 5 8(hs a 1 half. India Ditto 18-7 a 1S6 3 4tbs. South Sea Stock no Price. Ditto Old Annuities 1 to 1 4�h a 109 7 8ths. .Ditto New mq 1 4th a 1 8th a 1 4th. Three per Cent. Annuities 92 1 4tha38tbs* Ditto 174?, 92 14thaj 8ths, Ditto 1743, and 1744, 92 1 4tha38ths. Ditto 1745, 91 3 8ths. Million Bank 114- Equiwlent 110. Royal Aflorance 8-4 1 half. London Affuraace n. Englifh Copper 5'], Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent. Ditto np� Price. Bank Circulation 4 1. 15 s. Prem. India Bond* 11. 15 s. a 16 i. Prcm. Three and a half Salt Tallies t 3 4ths a 7 8ths. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 3 Difc Three per Cent. Ditto 11 Difc. Lottery tickets 22s. a 22 s. 6 d. Prem. Life Annuities 1; 1 4 th a 3 8ths Years Purchafe. i) R U R Y-L A N E. For the- Benefit, of Mr. Green, Mr. Diekin- fon, Mr. Peacop Hyufekeeptr, and Mr. Bradjhaw. By Hit Majejiys Company af Comedian*^ A T the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane$ f\ xhh Dsr, will be prefenttd a Comedy, call** X U V E $ 6 & L O V E. The Part of Valentine by Mr. Mozeeo ; Tattle, by Mr."r?St*� ; Scandal, Mr, Hawdj Sir Sampfon Legend, Mr. Bridge^ Foj*. fight, Mr. Go!rin� 5 TrapJand, Mr, Ray; Bnckrarja, Mr. Wood-bufft j Jeremy, M^Neale, Angelica b# Mrs.Gi^fard.j Mifs Prue, MifsBtacUhaw f Mrs. F-raU by Mr�, Woffin�tpn j, Mts, ftrefighr. And the Part 9? Ben to >e perforro'4 by Mr. MacJdlrn With Entemi^mwtsbetfteefJitbe Afls, vvt. JEWiFof AS I. The Eorfy Her*" b'r HowS Aft 11. A Dance bySignW BfetHhl* andoth^r*,-Aft HI. A Dante % Mr. Muilment. To which will be added a Farce, calfd The LYING V A L E T. The Part of tftsr Lying Valet by Mti Yate* j; Gajffcflr* Mtr.Blalm; Melitta, Mrs. Ridout ; Kitty Pry.,. Mn.Yatej. �oxet 514 Pit 3�. Firft Gallery, as. Upper Gallery je*, T^be&n c*a$lj' at S� o'Clock. ..... > ' iijpww^wwu'mi in Jii� n ii in AdvertifctiuHt; if $ mcdet'at'e Length a\ takjtn in for this Paper ' Fv/o Shillwcj web, 0- 3. C T~ s- �
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