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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 29, 1845, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. WEDNESDAY, May 29, 1745- Deal, May 27. AME down his Majefty's Ship I the Yarmouth ; and remain with the Duke, Fowey, Portland, and Gloucefter; the Maynard,Brooks; Hatley, Dingley ; John, Sea-brook ; Eagle, Watfon ; Neptune, Grindall 5 the Friendfhip, Holm ; Dorothy and Elizabeth, Sirapfon; Providence, Burn ; the Mercury, Cock ; Hamilton, Sea-ton ; London, Newham ; Charles, Randolph j the Allen, SifTon; and Hopewell, Judd, for Virginia ; Neptune, Dennis ; James, Hoarej Succefs, Spencer ; and the Elizabeth, Oliffe, for Maryland; Mercury, Wilkinfon j and Daniel, Tifchart, for Carolina ; Don Carlos, Friend ; and Succefs, Hill, for Newfoundland 5 Albany, Bryant, for New-York ; Friendship, Rofliter 5 Panther, Hodges j and -, Hall, for Lifbon ; Friendfhip, Owfter, for St. Kitts ; and Dreadnought, Beatfon, for Mahone. Sailed this Forenoon, his Majefty's Sloop Jamaica ; and Real Gaily, Phillips, for Genoa ; the Frince Charles, Lyon, for Leghorn ; Prince of Orange, Woolcome, for Gibraltar ; and feveral Coafters to the Weftward. Wind W.N.W. Grave/end, May 27. Pafs'd by Hannah and Zeborah, Cranwell? John and Diana, Watfon; and King George, Collins, from Rotterdam. The ParaaiTus, Johnfon, frem London, is arrived at Jamaica. The Eaton Frigat, from London at Mahone. The Diligence, Liddell, from London, at Carolina. LONDON. Laft Night arrived a Mail from Holland, the Contents of which will be inferted in our next. Genoa, May 16, N.S. On thecth Inftant, the Duke of Modena, M. de Gages, and the Duke de Vieuville, with three Lieutenant Generals, and about 8000 Cavalry and Infantry, arrived at Sarzana ; the General Officers took up their Quarters in the Town, and the Troops encampt without the Walls. On the 6 th arrived there Lieutenant General Count Sinne, with about 6000 Men> Infantry and Cavalry, who alfo encampt, the General Officers taking up their Quarters within the Town. On the 7th arrived there Lieutenant General Macdonhel, with about 2000 Men ; and on the 8th arrived the Remainder of the Army, which encamp'd as the former Corps had done ; and Orders were immediately given by the General for making a Bridge over the River Magra, which had fpread itfelf very confiderably by the heavy Rains that fell the preceeding Days, fo that the Rapidity of the Stream very much retarded the going on with that Work. On the 9th, having perfected the Bridge, altho1 but very weak, they were constrained to pafs it, a few at a Time, and to keep mending of it as they paffed over. The Army begun their March about One o'Clock, the Duke of Modena, and M. de Gages, mounted Horfe, after having refrefhed themfelves with the Commiffary, and the whole Army continued their March towards Porto Specia : About Five 0' Clock in the Evening a Body of Auftrian Hoffars, fuftained by 3000 Foot began to appear in the Road which leads to Parma, where there was a Detachment of 13 Companies of Grena-nadiers, one of Royal "Carabineers, and one of Spanifh Huffars, to cover the March of the Army and Baggage, but being brifldy attack'd by the Auftrians, they retreated flowly to the Bridge, where they kept their Ground tall the whole Army had paffed over, continually flcirmiftiing with the Auftrians ; when forming in Order of Batde on the Banks of the River, they made.^ continual FircofMufkets and fmall Field Cannon, which was returned with e^ual Vigour by the Auftrians, until the Spaniards had broken their Bridge. The Auftrians finding it impoffible to follow them, or to ford the River, they retired towa.rds L'Aula, having taken two Officers Prifoners. The Number of Men killed in this Skirmifh is not yet known; as they were thrown into the River ; but there are about 1 jo.wound^d, including one Captain and one Lieutenant, moftpf which were fent to this City. On the 10th and 1 ith the Army arrived at Seftri di Levante, where they encamp'd, having .done infinite Damage, as well there as at Sarzana, by cutting down -the Corn, Olive Trees, Sic. The 1 2th the Army march'd to Repallo, making flow Marches to eafe the Troops, and to recover them of the Fatigues they had undergone in palling the Mountains. Twenty-five Veflels laden with Cannon and Ammunition from thence, it is (aid, are arrived at Monaco, and a Number of others at Villa Frrnca and Antibcs. Three French Men of War are at Villa Franca, which are to Convoy hither thefe Veffels; but as the Squadron of his Britannick Majefty's Ships, under the Command of Capt. Ambrofe, keep Cruizing on the Coaft to the Weftward, they will hardly attempt coming forward. Jamaica, April 1. On the 1 ith paft arrived here Vice-Admiral Davers, with the Squadron under his Command, as alfo the Victuallers and Store-Ships. Yefterday came Advice, that his Majefty's Shfp the Stafford, has taken and carried into Jamaica, two Ships bound from France to St. Domingo. She has alfo re-taken an Englifh Sloop that the French had taken \wo Days before, bound from New-York to Port-Royal, laden with Bread and Flower. The fame Day there was Advice, that the Goodhope, Millar, from Bolton, for St. Kitts, is taken and carried into Martinico. We are affur'd, that Part of the Crew belonging to the Orford Man of War, are arrived on board the Experiment, Capt. Coleby ; fo that the Author of the Letter, from whence the Account publifhed Yefterday j was taken, muft be miftaken. Yefterday Morning Mr. Roberts, an eminent Tobacco-nift in Bifhopfgate Street, was married to Mifs Johnfon, of Hackney, a beautiful young Lady, with 5000 1. Fortune. Yefterday the Workmen began to build a new Chapel for the Portugueze Ambafiador, in South Audley-ftreet. On Monday Night laft as one Mr. Magrath was going through Channel-Row, he was furrounded by feveral Ruffians, who robb'd him of what Money he had in his Pockets, and us'd him in a very barbarous manner. Yelterday one Sarah Davies, an old Offender, was committed to Newgate, by Sir Thomas De Veil, for Shoplifting. To-morrow the Seffions will begin at the Old-Bailey. Whitehall, May 28. The King has been pleafed to con-ftituteand appoint his Grace John Duke of Bedford to be Lieutenant and Cuftos Rotulorum of the County of Bedford. The King has been pleafed to grant unto the Right Hon, Thomas Earl of Leicelter, and Sir Everard Fawkener, Knt. in the room of Sir John Eyles, Bart, deceafed, the Office of Poft-Mafter-General. IRELAND. Laft Saturday, the Right Hon. the Lord Vifcount Iker-rin, was married to Mifs Boykj Daughter to his Excel-\ncy Hen. Boyle* Efq; one of the Lords Juftices of this Kingdom, and Speaker to the Hon. Houfe of Commons, a young Lady of the fineft Accomplifhments, great Beauty and Fortune. The fame Day Mr. Thomas Smith, an eminent Attorney in Rofs-Lane, was married to Mifs Perry, an agreeable Lady witiua Fortune of 1200 1. To the Memory of Lieut. Colonel Henry Clements. OHALL boaftful Pomp, the high Imperial Name, jg) Or Titles only, fwell the Trump of Fame ? To Equal Worth, be Equal Glory due, And Wreaths that bloom'd for Clayton, bloom for Tluf O! once endow'd with ev'ry pleafing Pow'r To chear the Sad, and charm the Social-Hour; To fweeten Life with many z gentle Art, And win the whole Dominion of the Heart I I deem'd far other than the Fates allow, The Laurels bound upon your Living-Brow ; To greet.my Friend, returning from hU Toil, Grac'd with his Deeds^ andJaden with his Spoil. Too fond of what the Martial Harvefts yield, Alas ! too forward to the dang'rous Fjeld } As one of old Renown, in Battle try^d, The Glory of the dufly Plain, you dy'd j The Toiigues of Dettingen your Triumphs tell, And weeping Toumay points where Clements fell. O! in fome future Day of loud Alarms, When Virtue and my Country call to Arms ; For Freedom ! ftruggling Nations to unbind, And break the Scepters that would bruife Mankind ; At fuch an Hour, in fuch a Caufe as Thine, The Honour'd Clofe of fuch a Death be mine ! Then may fome kindred, Bard appojnt my Grave, Snatch forth my Name, and roll it with the Brave; Affign my Pen and Sword the Wifh'd Applaufe, And fay that both were drawn in Virtue's Caufe ; Then drop the Salutation giv'n to You, Companion, Countryman, and Friend-Adieu ! High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 34 Minutes afrer 9. Bath, May 22, 1745. Whereas feveral Per font have lately reforted to Bath* i under Pretence that they nvere to 4>e admitted into the Gene" ^ ral Hofpital there, and have thereby been a common Nuifane* to the /aid City : This is to acquaint all Perfons, that n? Application will be received, unlefs the Per/on be at hi* ufual Place of Abode
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