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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 6, 1845, London, Middlesex M O N D A Y, Ma y 6, 1745. Deals Aiay 4. ! iEMAIN in the Downs his Ma* jefty's Sfaijps Puke * and Fotvey j the tyayjnard, Brooks; |fc$ey, Dingley ;j John, Seabrcok; the Eagle, Watfon : Nepitine, Grin-datt ; and Friendship, Holm, for Virginia j Friend's Goodwill, Darby ; and jofeph end Amy, for |relartd j Caifar, Vigbars ; t and Jofeph, Seal, for Portfroomh; Hopewell, Jodd, for Maryland; Don Carle*;Friend ; and $uccefs. Hi]), for Newfoundland ; Daniel, Tifcha'-r, for Carolina The Duke Privateer failed to the Weftward. Wind N.byE. L O N DO N. Sjnre our laft arrived the Mails from Flanders and Holland. Ext raft of a Letter from Cdnjlantinople, Match 22, N.S. * The Divan is extremely a'armed, the laft Advices * frorrt Perha importing, that the Perfians have inade thein- * felres Rafter* ef Ajzcnalzichi, a Place fituated between * Mingrelia and Georgia, within 140 Miles of the Black * Sea and eight Days Journey from Trebifood : That the * Armenians had joined the PerXiam -with a Body of Infan-' try, and that it was feared the latter would advance to- * wards that Place : That the Ottoman Army was in want * of Provifions and Money ; that the Troops had mutinied *� upon this Account, and that it was feared 'tl-e Bafljruv of * -Babylwj kept -a dangerous Correspondence with Tbamas * Kouli Khan, and b?d made a fecret Treaty with him, ' in order to make Bafljra fall into his Hands, a Town of 'great Importance by its Si'uation on the Gu'ph of Per- * fia, and the Trade it 'drives with India. Upon this * melandholly News' which is confirmed by Letters from ' Jeyen-Baftaw, Commandant of our Army on the Side * of Perfia, feveral Conferences have been held, the* Re-' Tult of which was, ti fend away due&fy the Aga of the ' janizaries, with many oofcer Officers, in order to aflem- * ble the Troops, and lead t'lem wherever they may be ' wanted, and at the fame time to require the Khan of the ' Tartars to march forthwith 10,000 of his M^n/ They wrice-from PeterfWg of the 17th of laft Month, N.S. th t the King of Pruflia having declined accepting the'Mediati n which he had demanded of the Emprefs, by Ke^fon of the Alteration ih?t his happened in the Affairs of Europe, Count Beftucheff, the Great Chancellor, has deliveied a Declaration 10 Baron MaftkfJd, the Pruffian Miniver, whereby her Imperal Majefty difengages herfelf fiora the faid Mediation, and all the Ruffian Minifters at Foreign Courts have Orders to make the fame Declaration. They write from Modena of the 24th of laft Month, N.S. that the Spanifh and Neapolitan Troops made a Motion to their Left on the 23d in order to draw near theSec-chia ; and that in Confeqoence thereof Prince Lobkowitz immediately began his March with his Army towards Reggio. They tell us from Vienna, that Prince Charles was to fet out for the Army on the Frontiers of Silefia, the 29th of April, N.S. that they have .received a Confirmation of the Pruflians having abandoned Troppau, Ratibor, and fome otheri^laces in the Upper Silefia, which the Aultrians have taken Pofleflion of; and that the Pruffians have likewife withdrawn from the County of Glatz with fo much Precipitation, that they left behind them 800 Waggons full-of Provifions. They add, that M. Saul, ihe Saxon Minifter, has frequent Conferences with the Auftrian Miniftry ; that the Convention vshich was on the Tapis between the two Courts is, as they hear, figned ; that his Polifh" Majefty has given the llrongeft Afl'urances that he will faithfully perform the Engagements he has contracted with the Queen of Hungiry and the Maritime Powers ; that he will not oppofe the Election of the Grand Duke to the Imperial Dignity, &c. According to Letters from Drefden of the ift of May, N.S. the Camp forming between Torgau and Leipfick will confitt of i3,ooo Men ; another Camp is forming in Lufatia, and all other neceffary Precautions are taken ro fe-cure the Electorate of Saxony from an Invafion. They af-flire us, that his Polifh Majefty will have above 50,000 Men in the Field this Summer, befides the Militi*. They alfo tell us, that France has declared to the Court, that if they attack Silefia, either feparately or in Conjunction with the Auftrians, his Moft.. Chriftian Majefty will certainly fend Succours to the King of Pruflia. It is reported at Drefden, that the Pruffian Troops which had begun to march for the Camp at Magdebourg, have received Orders to return to their refpective Garrifons, but yet to keep them-felves in Readinefc to affemble in a Body on thefirft Notice. Letters from Hailbron of the 2d Inft. N.S. fay, that there is ftHl a large Body of French Troops in that Neighbourhood, but it was thought tbcy would foon begin their March towards Philipfbourg, either to pafs the Rhine there or feize upon that Town.' From Ratifbon we hear, that General Bernclau began his March from Donawerth the 30th of April, N.S. with three Regiments of Horfe, fix Regiments of Foot, and a Body tf Huffars, Warafdtns, Temefwarians, &c. in order to advance into the Circle of Swabia. As for the Rett af the Auftrian Army on that Side, it was reckoned it would take the fame Route, as foon as the Veldt-Marftial Count Traun arrives from Vienna to take the Command of it, in the Room of General Bathiani, who is defigned for Italy. According to Advices from Berlin, the Mirquis de Va-lory, Minifter from France, was going to fet out for the Pruffian Army in Silefia, purfuBnt to Orders from his Court. As for the 200,000 Crowns lately fent from Hanover to Drefden, it is certain that they were ftopt by the Pruffim Cufiom-houfe Officers at Kettepberg in the Principality of Halberftadt, bccaufe the Saxon Commiflmes refuted to pay the Duties, and moreover, that the Pruffians thought at firft .that the. Waggon which carried this Sum wa$ Mtn wjih warlike : "But fhe Moment |hp King wa� ipfprmed of this A&ir, he ordered the Money to he; reftored, and to let the Saxon Commiflaries proceed with it te Drefden. By L>rt�?i? from P.�M^. y the Fire of Batteries m the Frpnt, and of. Redoubts in the Flanks, and alfp of a very fmart and continual Difcharge of Small Arms, they could not maintain the Gjound they had got, but were obliged to retire. They rallied twice, but. without Effect , fo that it was judged neeeflary, about One o'Clock, that the Army fhould .rcueat; and it was done with fo goed Order ard Countenance, that the Enemy did not attempt to give us any Diflurbafrce ; and the Army, with its Baggage, iifnow encamped at Aeth. We do noi know that we have loft any Colours or Standards ; but we have taken one Standard. There has been a very confideraWe Lofs as well of Officers as common Soldiers, efpecjally of the Right Wing ; aad the fitft Regiment of Guards, in particular, has fuffer'd very much. Lieutenant General Sir James Campbel hss loft his Leg by a Cannon Shot; Major General Ponfonby it kill'd ; the f arl of Axcram ;nd Lord Cathcarr, Aides
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