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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 7, 1845, London, Middlesex                                Numb. '6i6. TUESDAY,    May 7,   1745- Dcal9 May 5. rIS Majefty's Shir* with the Outward-bound remain as in my laft. Came down London, Newman; and Charles,Randolph, lor Virginia.- Wind N.E.bjN. Grave/end, May5. Pafs*d by the Expedition, Swain, from St. Kites ; White Lyon, from Zu-rickzee ; Lyon Head, and'Young Thomas, from Stockholm ; the Planter's Friendftiip, from Maryland ; Sally, Lane ; and London Faflor, Teague, from Virginia; Prince of Orange, Bills, from Jamaica; Lddy Sufannah, from Stet- tin ; -and Golden Sua, from Gottenburgh. The Gibraltar Packet, Wright, from Antigua, is arrived at Portfmouth.. The William, Harrifon, from Maryland, at Falmouth. The Charming Molly, Lowthcrp j and Lucy, Eggle-fton, from London, at Antigua. The Bleft, Fowler, from Leverpool, at Antigua. LONDON. Yefterday arrived the.Mail from Holland. They write from Munich of the 1 ft Inftant, N.S. that the French, Spanifli, and Pruflian Miflifters are come back to that City, but have not yet appeared at Court. The Treaty concluded at Fueffen, being ratified by the Queen of Hungary, is at laft made publick, and theie are the molt important Articles of it. 1. The Queen of Hungary (hall reftore Bavaria entirely, and relinquish all her Pretentions to an Indemnification for jhft Damages : Her Majelty {hull acknowledge the late .Emperor Charles the 7th in that Quality,' and give the Title of Emprefi to his Widow. 2. The Town of Ingolftadt (hall be kept by Neutral Troops, and Schardingen and Braunau by Auftrians ; and tficfe three Places (hall be reftored to Bavaria after the EleSion of an Emperor. 3. The Eleftor of Bavaria renounces his Pretenftons to the' Aultrian Succeffion in Favour of the Queen. 4. The Elector will ufe his utmoft Endeavours to get the Vote of Bohemia reftored to its Activity in Favour of the Queen. c. His Electoral Highnefs (hall give his Vote to the Grand Duke of Tufcany, at the Imperial Election. 6. The Queen will employ her good Offices, in order to procure the Elector a.Subiidy for his Troops, which Article fhall be fettled with the Maritime Powers. 7. The Troops that were Auxiliaries to the Ele&or, ftall have Leave to return Home, without being any Way mole ft ed, &c. They tell us from Vienna, that a considerable Body of SaXon Troops, will march through Lufatia into the Lower Silefia ; which will make a powerful Diverfion to the Pruf-Jian Army, and cut off its Supplies of Provifion from Brandenbourg. Letters from-Drefden of the 5th Inftant, N.S. fay, that the Campaign will be forthwith opened in Silefia, and the Saxon Troops join the Auftrians, except fix Batallions ordered Home to reinfore the Camps forming in that Electorate. They add, that it is confirmed, that the Troops defigned for the Camp of Magdebourg, are {till in their Quarters. . FrOm Ratisbon we have Advice, that all the Bavarian Troops are marched into Quarters. The Heffians, who were already on their March homewards, have been ftopt on the Frontiers of the Bavarian Territory; by fome foul Play, of which we have not yet a very clear Account, and therefore fay no more of ir. Part of General Bathiani*s Army has advanced as far as Dohawerth, and waits there for new Orders from Vienna. According to Letters from Heidelberg of the 8th Inft. N.S. the French Troops continued ro Hop on the Neckar, and form a Body of 32 Batallions and 50 Squadrons, fince their Junction with the Troops that are come back from gavaria. It is faid they will wait there *till General Bern-clau comes up with his Corps, and then give him Battle. This General was arrived at Lochingen in Swabia, on this Side of the Danube. General Trips was at Canftadt, near Stutgard, with his Huflars, Pandoures, and other light Troops. . Advices from the Prince of Conti's Head Quarters at Langen-Schwalbach of the 9th Inftam, N.S. fay, that his Serene Highnefs was preparing for a March ; that he had called in all the Detachments of his Army, and was in daily Expectation of a Body of 4 or c,oco Men drawn from the Bifhopricks of Men, Toul and Verdun. They write from Neuwied, that on the 7th Inftant, the Duke of Aremberg had got every Th'ng ready for marching his Army to; the River Wied, and had already made the heavy Baggage take that Route ; but the next Day all thefe Difpofitions were countermanded, and the Army remained in its former Pofition.' According, to Advices frdm Paris of the 7 th Inftant, fe-veral Couriers arrived a few Days before the King fet out for the Army, one in particular from the King of Pruffia, whofe Difpatchee were of fuch Importance as to make the Council meet more than once ; and at laft it was refolved to fend more Troops into Germany, to reinforce the Army affembling on the Neckar, that they may be in a Condi-" tion to make a Diverfion in Favour cf the King of Pruflia, and oppofe the Auftrian Army that is to eome from Bavaria. Letters from Rochefort of the 28th of laft Month, N.S. fay, that the Men of War in that Port were taking in Pro-viftons for eight Months, but it was not known what Expedition they were defigned for. We alfo hear from Paris, that M. de Carnilly was arrived at Breft, in order to take upon him the Command of the Squadron there. Advices from Berfello of the 26th of April N.S. run thus. Count Gage having diftributed a P�rok> to every Soldier, with Meat for two Days and Bread for fix, and declared that from that Day forth, till frefh Orders, the Troops fliould have double Pay, the whole Spanifh and NeapolitanArmy began their March the 20th Inftant, filing off upon the Left, and keeping clofe to the Mountains of the Dutchy of Reggio, in order to advance towards the Lenza, and then proceed to the Trebbia, and open them-felves a Communication with the Infant Don Philip's Army by the State of Genoc. According to Letters from Parma, of the 27th of laft Month, NS. Prince Lobkowitz being informed of the De-fign of Count Gage in marching the Spanifh and Neapolitan Army towards the Leuza, his Highnefs had thought fit to withdraw his Troops from the Modenefce, in order to advance into the Dutchy of Parma with his who'e Army, which is encreafed to 17000 Men, viz. 3000 Horfe and 14G00 Foot. The 24th this Army quitted the Camp of Reggio, paffed Leuza near Montechio, and encamped the next Day near Parma, in order to obferve the Motions of Count Gage. Extract of a L'tfer from the Hague, May 12, N.S. ' The Earl of Chefterfield, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary from the King of Great-Britain, received this Morning an Exprefs with the News of a very desperate Action that happened the 11 th Inftant before Tour-nay : It was begun at Four o'Clock in the Morning by a Body of 20,000 Men, who marched up and attacked the Intrenchments of the French, but were repulfed wi;h Lofs, the Enemy having plaid upen them fome mafked Batteries, as well as all the Artillery with which they had been battering the Town. Towards Two o'Clock in the Afternoon, the Army retired in good Order under the Cannon of Aeth. When the Courier caine away the Prince of Waldeck's Quarters were atWarmes. * We wait for the Particulars of this Action, in which the Dutch Cavalry fuffered greatly. We know already that Brigadier Salis, Colonel Van Ry'ffel, Baron Boetze-lar, with feveral other Officers of Note, are killed. It is faid his R6yal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland, 4 the Prince of Waldeck, and Lieut. General Schwart-� zenberg had their Horfcs (hot under them. Upon the   Sterling. The Two Brothers, Flying Mercury, Lady Elizabeth, andj Margaret, all richly laden from Hamburgh, are arrived in the River. The --, Wheeler, bound from London to Dublin, was taken the 3d Inftant off Dungenefs, by a French Privateer Shallop. The Louifa, Swymer, from Jamaica to Briflol, is taken by the Galatea Frigate, and carried into Spain. And the Laetitia, Jackfonj from Carolina to Briftol, was alfo taken by a French Privateer} but afterwards re-takeri by tl� London Packet, and carried into Cork. The Saphire of St. Maloes, of 14 Guns, 48 Men, bound to Cape Breton, is the Ship mention'd Yefterday to be taken by the Prince Charles Privateer, and fent into Briftol. Yefterday there was certain Advice, that the Mercury Sloop of War, from the Leeward-Iilands, is taken by two French Privateers, and carried into Breft. This Morning his Grace the Duke of Marlborough fets out from his Houfe in Piccadilly, for Blenheim in Oxfordshire. A few Days fince died at Dundee in Scotland, one John Fife, a Cooper, Aged 103* who retained his Health, and Senfes to the laft. They write from Briftol, that on Tuefday laft the. Trim-Mill Paffage j!oat, a? flie put off to the oppofite Slip, with about 14 Paffengers, was drove down the River by the Rapidity of the Stream^ and run foul of the La Ja-flice Priz?, by which fhe funk, and Six of the People were unfortunately drown'd ; Captain Cleaves of the Briftol Privateer, and another Man, faVd thenVelves by jumping into the Water before the Boat funk ; one Mr. Marlh, a Barber, fav'd himfelf upon an Oar 5 and the reft by Ropes from the Veffel. On Sunday Morning died in an advancedAge at KnightS-bridge, Mrs. Clark, Relict of Capt. Clark, who ferved in the late Wars in Flanders. On Friday laft died, at his Hotfe in Maiden-lane^ Mr. Neal, a wealthy Butcher, and a Man much efteem'd by all thai dealt with him. High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 1 i Minutes after 4. U R V  R Y-L A N E.      ' For the Benefit of Mr. Ray, Mr. Leigh, Mr. Gray, Mr. Pritchard, Mifi Minors, and Mifi Edgerfom By His Majejlfs Company of Comedians^ AT the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, this Day, will be prefented a Comedy, call'd The   COUNTRY   WIFE. The Part of the Country Wife by Mifs MINORS j Mr. Pinchwife, Mr. Bridges; Horner, Mr. Mills j Sir Jafpei Fidget, Mr. Macklin ; Harcourt, Mr. Hayard j Sparkifli, Mr. Yates ; t)ori-lant, Mr.Blakesj Quack, Mr. Turbutt. Lady Fidget, Mr* Mills; Alithea, Mrs. Ridout j Mrs. Dainty Fidget, Mrs. Horiington ; Lucy Mn.Bennet. . With Entertainments of Singing and Dancing, vii. End of A(X I. Singing by Mr. Lowe. Aft II. A Dance by Signora BettinVand otheif, *, Aft III. Singing by Mr. Lowe. To which will be added, The Tragedy of Tragedies, or Tom ThumU the Greit. Tom Thumb by Mifs Yates. King Arthur by Mr. Bridges j Lord drizzle, Mr.WinftoM} QneeQ Dollalolla, Mrs.Bennet; Piihcefs Uu.ncamunca, Mr. flakes. Boxes 5       Pit3�.    Firft Gallery          Upper Cillery 1 u To begin exaftly at Six o'clock. To-morrow The BEGGAR's OPERA.   For tne Benefit of Mr. Simpfon, Mr. Collint, Mr. BauMin, Mr. SWjW, Mr. Bar-day, Mifs Sf-.ry, and others._       - _: Hand-in-Ha�d fe-Office. 7"HE Direttors give Notice, That a General Meeting of the Members of the faid Socieywt/' be held at their Office in^ Angel-Court, on Snow-hill, on ThuTfday the Ninth Inftant, by Three in the Afternoon : Where all who have Injured are defred to be frijent. ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-ftreet. OS-C   

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