General Advertiser, May 22, 1745

General Advertiser

May 22, 1745

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 22, 1845, London, Middlesex fer. W ED.NESDA. Y, May 22, 1745- >IS Majeft/s Ships the Duke and Fowey, with the Out**rd*baund� remain. Came down Henrietta* Hood, for Jamaica ; and Elizabeth, Mills, for Pool. Arrived t le Prifcilla, from Maryland, in 30 Days ; and the Young Green, Cheefman, from Lifboa. Wind W.S.W- .  Graveftndi May 20. Pafs?d by, Mary, Belcher, from Virginia ; and LaanceAon's Prize, Riroo, from St. Kkts. drritiei at federal Portt. The William, Webber, from Jamaica, is arrived at Carolina. The Prifcilla, Eafon ; and William, Wood, from Maryland, at the Orkneys. The Rebecca, Momgomeryj from Dublin, at Barbados. The Carpenter, Adamfon, from Philadelphia, at Madeira. LONDON. Yeflerday arrived the Mail from Holland. Letters from DufTeldorp of the 24th Iattant, N.S. bring Advice that the Duke of Aremberg*s Army has retreated to the River Sieg, and was then encamped within a League of Bonn, on the Confines of the Dutchy of Bergue. As for the French, they continued to reinforce cuemfelves on this Side of the Luhne, and their Detachments extended as far as Valiendar and the Neighbourhood of Nieuwied. The Prince of Conti had detached a Body of 10,000 Men towards Mentz ; which fome fay is u file off to Flanders afterwards. ExtraQ of a Letter from Genoa, May 8, N.S. * The 2d Infhnt 24 Moles more, each laden with two � Chefts containing 2500 Piafters, arrived in this City, and � another large Sum is expe&ed in a few Days. There ' are actually five Millions of Piafters depofned in the � Hands of the Director of the Spanifli Polt. The, Van-� Guard of Count Gage's Army is arrived in the Terri-� tories of this Republick, and as foon as this General's � Troops have joined thofe under the Infant Don Philip, * the whole Army will march to Tortona,and lay Siege to 4 it, while Marfhal Maillebois advances towards Exiles 4 This City is now fecured from a Bombardment by the � great Number of Cannon planted on ihe Works in the * Harbour, as well as by the Chain laid acrofs the Mole. * We have Itkewife planted two Batteries at Vado, to keep * in Awe the Foreign Ships that fometimes appear there. * All Appearances confirm, that the Republick will forth- * with join a Body of 10 or 12,000 of her own Tioops to 4 the Spanifh Army, with a Train of Artillery, Ammu- * nitioD, &c.' They write from Francfbrt, that theMagiflrates received a Letter from thz Queen of Hungary, the 22d Initant, N.S. wherein her Majsfly ddircs ihe;n ti prepare Quarters for the Minifiexs Ihe intend* to fend, on tiie Part of Bohemia, to the Dyet of Election. They add, that the Pr nces, Counts, and States of the Empire aff.mble every Day, to confult about the Articles that may be fit to add or fupprefs ia the future Imperial Capitulation. Extra3 of a Letter from Ratfbon, May 20, N.S. ' Yeflerday we received Advice., that the Army under 4 the Velt Marfhal Count Traun was to hegin its March 4 in three Columns, the Rendezvous, of which h to be at ' Margentheim in Franconia. We are perfuaded that this 4 Army will continue its March from thence towards Franc-4 fort, in order to fecond the Operations of the Confcde-4 rate Army on the Lower Rhine. 4 On the 17th Infhnt the Corps under the Command of 4 General B.rnclau advanced up to the Heflians, and de-4 dared to them, " That if they did not lay down their 44 Arms, and promife not to take them up again until " Matters are fettled between the Court of CUTel and the " Queen of Hungary, they fjjp^ld be made Prifoners, as *' the Palatine Batallton had been/' Things being cjme 4 to this Pafs, the faid Troops fur-rendered Yefterday, not 4 as Prifoners, but on the Footing of Neu ral Troops, who 4 frull not bear Arms. They are to 'remain in the Neigh 4 bourhood of Ingoldilad:, until an Accommodation is ton- eluded between the Courts of Vienna and Caflel. Some Advices from Prague fay^that Prince Charles of Lorrain fet out Poll the 13th Iriilant, N.S. from Konigf-graiz, but they can't tell whether he. went b,;ck to Vienna, or Uok the Route of D-efden. However it be, it has revived there the Report of - an approaching Accommoda- tion between the Q^een of Hungary and the King of Pruffia, They write, from Leipfick of the 20th Infant, N.S. that the late Convention between Saxony and the Cour: of Vienna had juft been ratified, and the Ratifications exchanged j and that the Duke of Saxe-Weiffenfels was letting out in order to take upon him ths, Command of the Saxon Array on .the. Froutiers of "Si.efia. Other Advices from Leipfick, dated the. zz& Intlant, N.S. run thus; * Our laft A-dvices from the Head-Qu.irters � at Konigfgratz in Bohemia, are dated the 17th Intent, 4 and don't yet,infotm us that Pfmce Charle's Army,has * begun its March to enter Silefia, but only fay that every 4 thing is ready fox executing that lnvafion, as foon a* the 4 Saxon Troops join the Auilrians. We don't yet exactly 4 know what has been regulated in regard to this Junction. * The Court of Berlin itill takes Abundance of Pains to * prevent it, and prevail with the King not to fend his * Troops out of Bohemia. The Marqu s de Vaugrenaht, 4 Embaffidor from France, has juft imparted to tae Court * News of the Battle near Tournay, which may poffijly ' maxe fome Impreffion here. Letter from the Hague, May 27, N.S. * MefTrs. Lintelvo, Lieutenant-Colonel of Brakei's Re-' giment, and Onderwater, Captain in Schultz Van IU-' gen's Regiment of Horfe, arrived here the 25th in the * Evening from Tournay, to acquaint the States General, that the Garrifon having held out to the laft Extremity, had heen obliged on the zzd in the Evening to b.-ac the Chamade ; that the Btfiegers having made a confiderable Breach in the Body of the Place, and brought Fafcines to fill up the Ditch, as well as Ladders to fcale the Ramparts j in a Word, that every Thing being ready for an Affault, Baron Dorth, the Governor, had fenc to the Camp M. Fagen van AlTendclfft, Lotd of Heynenoort, Colonel of the Regiment of Schultz van Hageo, and M. Larrey, Lieutenant-Colonel.of the Prince of Hoiftein-Gottorp's Regiment, to treat about a Capitulation; that after feveral MeiTages to and from the Camp, they at laft came to a Capitulation for the Town, which was figned by both Parties the 23d Inftant in the Evening. 4 All that we yet know of the Articles is, that the whole Garrifon have been allowed to retire into the Citadel, with all their Baggage and every thing belonging to them : That there fliould be a Truce for eight Days, and the Governor be allowed to fend in that Interval, one or two Officers of the Garrifon to their High MigiuinefTes, for frefh Ldtrudions. Upon which the twoOfficrs above-mention 'd fet out the 24th in the Morning with French Pafsportf, but rtere not fufTer'd to pafs through the Camp of the Befiegers, nor by the Army of the Allies ; but were obliged to take a great Circuit by Lifle, Sec. Upon the Receipt of this News their High MightinefTes and the Council of State affcmbled early YeilerdiyiVloming, and continu-.d fitting till Evening. ' The following are fome Particulars we have learned, of what has puffed-at Tournay during the Siege. 4 From the Day the Trenches were open'd, to 'he Time they capitulated, the Garrifon defended themfelves with all the fSravery imaginable, and did the Enemy a great dear of Mifchief; fo that the French themfelves con'fefs, that this Siege has colt them 10,000 Men, befides what they loli in the Battle of Fontenoy, duing which A&ion the whoU Garrifon were under Arms, ready to make a general Sally, in cafe the Allies bad bsat the Enemy, and fo make the Victory compleat." The Gairifon had had 1 200 Men killed and wounded, among whom *s far as we know, are the following Officers, viz. Colonel Mackay ; Sir George Cunningham, Ca^t. in Macka/s Regiment; M. Merveitleux, Capt. Lieutenant in the Regiment of Hirzel; the Lieutenants Du Pon, Stuart, and Ducker ; the Eofigns de Bruyn and Weidelin^; M. Siegers, fuft Lieutenant of Artillery, and M. Z.varm, Engineer, .killed: Mejlieurs Chambrier and Voloergen, M.ijors i 8 Captains, and 11 SubJtern Officer , wounded. ' The 3th Initant one of the Powder Magazines in the ' C tadel blew up, by what Acci ent is m.t known, and did fome Damage to the Fortifications, befides killing feveral Men. The 23d in the Evening, alter the Capitulation was figned, Pare of the Gate of Lifle blew up ; accidently, with the Guard-Houfe and feveral adjacent ' Houfes, by which many People loll ther Livei, arid  others were hurt. 4 P.S. We have j aft received Advice, that the Pr nee ' of Conti has made his whole Armv repafb the Rhine at. 4 Biberich, but with what View no Body yet knows j Some 4 lay he intends to bombud or befiege Meniz, and others 4 will have it that his HighncL i6 going \o fend a Lrge 4 Detachment to Flanders.' Yefte.day one of his. ill -jcly's Meffengers arrived at- thsfc. S-wretaryV Of5.e, with Di/pauhes from tae,All.iedjAjnyfi iu Flanders.  Yeilerday c.mean Account that a French Privateer jof iz Carriage. Guns, belongingto St, Maloes, is taken-; byv tifc Charhaing Nancy Privateer, Capt. Luce, and carried* into Jfrfey. ' ' On Sunday Lft.died at Chefhunt in Hertfordfhire, Miu-.Hejiflnw, Wire cf Mr. Robert Henfbaw, an eminent Am tjrney, and one of the Common-Council of the Ward of Alderi'gate, Cn Sunday laft died at Hackney Mrs. Bajrton, Wife of Mrs. Barton, an eminent GbTdfmith of this City; ' On the io:h Initant died, at Cadeby, in Lincolnshire, Mn. Winefrid Haneage, Relict-of Thomas Heneage", Efqi, lati of the faid Pkce, Daughter and Heirefs to John Mo;e,' of Kirtlington in the County of Nottingham,, Lfq; by the Hon. Catherine Conltable, Sifter to the late Lord WiHkm, Dunbar, of Burton-Conllable in Holdernefs ^ a Roman Ca-' thvlick Lad/, cf remarkable Hofpitahty and mofl extraordinary Ch.iri.y to all in Diftrefs of what Perfuafion foever. By her Death a confiderable real and perfonal Eftate devolves upon Henry Heneage, Elq; Nephew and Device of the faid Thomas Heneage, and Executor to ths deceas'd. Yefterday as a Servant of -Norris, Efq; in Soho- Square, was riding an unruly Hprfe in Oxford-Road, he was flung off with fuch Violence againft a Pofl, that his*' Arm was broke, and he was otherwife fo much bruis'd that his Life is defpaii'd of. We hear, that the Wife of one of the Soldiers, belonging to the Guards, (la.ely draughted fcr Flinders) who was deliver'd of three Children, in Sea-Alley in King-arecc, Wellminller, has had a Collection made for her in Neighbourhood ; and that the Children are all well, and likely to live. To-morrow and Friday the Prifoners will be removed from tne fever A Goals in this City and County to f\ew. gate, in order to take their refpective Tryals at the eni-in^-Sefiions, which begin on Thur.day next at the 01d-Bail\ s BANKRUPT. Edward Browne of Bury St. Edmund's, in SufTex, CoaL Merchant and Chapman,_ - - D R U R Y-L A N �. By His Majefty's Company if Comedians, ; AT the Theatre-Royal in, Drury-Lape.?/ To-morrow, will be prefented a Tragedy, call'd l^V The O R P H A N ; OR, The Unhappy Marriage. The Part of Monimia to be perfotm'd by Mrs.ClBBER. To which will be added, ROSAMOND.. - The Part of King Henry to be perform'd by Mr. LOWE ; Sir Trufty, Mr. Waltz ; Page, Mafter Conneilj The Part of Rofamond by Mifs Young ; GrideHne, Mrs. Sybilla And the Part of Qiieen Elinor to be perform'd by Mrs. ARNJEis . The Words by Mr. ADDISON. The MUSICK comp.s'd'by Mr.ARNE. Places to be taken of Mr. Hobfon, at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. c o By E D For N T-G A R D E N. E . S I R E. the BENEFIT of Mr. RAFTOR. and Mifs EDWARDS^/ A T the Theatre-Royal i.n Govenr-Girden, f^\. on Weinefday next, will be perform'd The b E G G a R's OP E R a. The Part of Lucy, to be pcrfnrm'd by Mrs.CLIVE, (Being the firji Time of her performing it j) Capt. Macheath by Mr. Beard; Peachum, Mr. Macklinj Loek't, Mr. Marten ; Mrs. Peachum, Mrs. M cklui j ti And the Part of Polly, by m.k FDWA'. Firft Gallery ? s. Upper Gallery 1 s. To begin exaclly at Six o'Clock. London, May 21, -174-5;! rTtHE Committee appointed by tbf Court cf ~ Lord-Mayor and Aldermen to provide Coals far the . Poor of the fi-Vcral Wards of this City, give Notice, f!7at they intend to fit at the Guildhall, London, on Friday nexr, at Eleven o'Clock in tht Forenoon, to receive Propofah from fuch Perfons vaho are willing to c mtra? *vitb them for^e Delivery of- Six Hundred and Thirty Chaldron of 'Coals for the Ufe of the faid Poor. man! ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee House, in Lombard-fl'reet. ^c9^0 ;

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