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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 4, 1845, London, Middlesex                                ^     T U E S PAY,    June 4,=   *745 -it7 i EMAfN the Dukeand Y&rmoath, and the Outward-bound Shijjs as in my lad ; with the EdwardTand Mary, Littler ; John and Mar-' tha, Bofwell; Cephat6nia,Drake; Robert and Carolina, -Ward; and Suttle, Hancock, for Dublin ; Mary, Gwynn; and Elinor, Tate, for Belfaft j Dublin Merchant, Thomas, for Chefter f Good hope; Rofs, for Kinfale; Charming Sukiey, Robinfof), for Ireland ; Claremont, Piercyr for Briftol; Crawford, *H*rri-fpn, for Leyerpool ; Succefs, Thurkettle, for Lymington 4 Mary and Betfey, Dumon, for Topfham ;  Oxford, Randal, for Emfworth ; James, Sheppard, for Chichefler ; and ~, Tutt, for Plymouth.   Came down the James, Butler, for Montferrat.   Arrived Prince Rupert, Dobfon, from Stanta Cruz.   Wind South. Grwuefmdy June z. Pafs'd by theMermaid, �-, from Virginia; Carteret, Friend, from ditto ; Bie/Ted Virgin Maria, Pedretre, from Venice and Zant; and Caretteus, Humbla, from Stockholm. The Adventure, Oldham, from London and Madeira, is Arrived at Jamaica. The Twogood, -, from Briftol, at ditto. The Paftcr,- Folks, from Leverpool, at Maryland. The Dover Man of War's Prize is arrived in the River. LONDON. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland. They write from Tmin of the 20th of May, N.S. that Part of the King's Troops were on their March for Acqui, and the Reft towards Gareflio and Bagnafco ; and that his Sardinian Majeily will have 35000 Regular Troops in the Field this Summer, befides 10,000 Men confiding of nce-pendant Companies, whom he has cloathed and armed like the other Troops. The King intends to march for Novi with his Army, and the Command of the Camp of Acqui is to be left to the Prince Royal. They add, that they ex-peeled every Day the News of a Battle between the Spaniards on the Side of Oneglia, and the.Body of "I roops under Genera' ^    ; .  ^ whom the King has given Chartt We have Advice from Madrio, that Ac.,.'. v has retired from before Cape Palos, and {leered his Loui^ Eaftward. Letters from Petejfbourg advife, that the Saxon Minifler has declared, ' That the King of Poland could not but be � extremelyfurprized that theKing of Pruffialhould threaten ' the Saxon Territories with an Invafion.on Account of the * Saxon Troops which he is obliged by Treaties to join -with the Queen of Hungary's Forces: That all Europe1 � very well knows that thofc Troops are to aft in no other � Shape but as Auxiliaries ; and therefore, that his Polifh � Majeily relied upon the Emprefs's Afliftance, in Cafe the * threatned Invafion mould take Place.* It is added, that the Emprefs has ordered proper Reprefentations on this Head to be made'to the Court of Berlin. 1 According to Advices from Vienna, the Grand Duke's Departure has bren put off on Account of the Situation of Affairs in Flanders, and fome Difpatches fent to Court by the Veldt-Marfhal Count Traun ; the 28th of May, N.S. having been fixed for his Departure before the News of the Battle of Fontenoy reached Vienna. Thefe Advices add, that the Saxon Troops in Bohemia were on their March to join Prince Charles of Lorrain. Extratt of a Letter from Diefden, May 31, N.S. * Monfitur de Vaugrenan, Minifler from. France, has * had feveral Conferences with the King's Minilleis, and, * 'tis pretended, has made them the molt advantageous Of- * fe'rs, in Order to bring his Majeily ino the Meafures of * his Court;  but our Mini/try have declared to him, that * the King perfifts in his Refolution to perform with the * utmoft Punctuality the Engagements he has contracted * with the Queen of Hungary   This Princefs having writ * to the King, to defire him to give his Vote in Favour of ' the Grand Duke of Tufcany at the approaching Election, ' and his Confent to tt-.e Admiflion of the Minillers of Bo- * hernia, his Majeily has returned her a very fatisfaclory � Anfwer.  M. Cagnoni, the new Minifler from the King of ' Pruffia, had his firfl Audience cf the King on the 27th ' Inflant ; but as he has taken only a ready-furnifhed * Houfe, we prefume he will make no long Stay here. * Upon Advice that a Body of Pruffian Troops are march-� ing towards the Frontiers of Luf uia, the Court has alfo * filed off a Body of Troops towards thii. Side.   According * to the laft Advices from our Army in Bohemia, the Duke * of Saxe-WeifTenfe's was to have joined Prince Charles of ' Lorrain the 26th Inflant. * According to Advices from Raci-bor.. the Veldt Marfhal Count Traun began his March the 28th of Ml Month, N.S. towards the Neckar, and not before, as was faid. By Letters from Francfort. we hear, that the French are in continual Motion, marching and Ceumer-marching, in that Neighbourhood. As for the Prince of Comi, he U gone from Heidelbourg to Wimpfen on the Netkar, and ftill appears refol'ved to oppofe the PafTsge of the Veldt Marfhal Count Traun, whofe Army, they fay, confifts of no more than 30,000 Men. The 2d and 3d Embafladors from the Elector of Mentz to thr Dyet of Election, arc arrived at Francfort; but no Embafladors were as yet arrived from the Electors of Cologne, Triers and Bavaria. The Huffars of the Army of the Allies on the Lower Rhine have already appeared in the County of Naflau-Idftein ; and they afiure us, that this Army began its March forth, with, in order to advance toward the Country of HefTe, and join the Army under the Veldt-Marfhal Count Traun. They write from Duffcldoip, that the fecond Column of the Veldt Marfhal Count Traun's Army arrived the 3 ill of laft Month, N.S. at Rothehberg on the Tauber \ and* that trie firff Column, confiding of ioAooo Men' nnder General Bernclau, Wasjto be atltofh^beit on rh'f *Taa6jr the^i^ of; June.  THe>  add/ tjhat'the #$5�oJ[ arrived at j^fckV.sjWJtJtin tbrpe Ltaguej qt DaflekSterp.n where it is to halt titt-forther Orders.'���*� �-�    ~ The laft Letters from Copenhagen advife, that the Negotiation'that was fet on Foot ByHke Brltiih Colitf for taking a Body" of Danes into our Tay, is quite broke o^j; ahAjhat Mt'Bernfdorf, the Danish Mjujifter.-at the' Jgrench. Court, has received Orders to declare, that the King-has M&fterwiti :ao"nothm| Mpaftnp^&fcffe^ wifh the Engagement fubl|ft}rrg "tefween hirn and the Cfrtyn of France/ They^write^rCrn Paris/ that in Purfuahce of UirKng's Orders; the" Count de la Mothe-Houdancourt, Lieutenant-General,'has begun his March with a Body of, 12,600 Men, from the Mofclle, in order to reinforce their Army in Flanders. Extrdtl of a Letter from Hanover, funt J, N.S. � H� M^efry'was let Bjp^r>th>'30th of lafl M.oM^ by_ ' way o!P .Pire6yiti^n,' and is'new. in as good. Health as can * be wifhed. T^e King applies htmfelf very affiduouflyi � with hivMiniflers, to the Affairs that have obliged him ' to come over. His MajeQypropofes to change the'Face^ ' of Affairs in: Germany, not only by the Way of Negofi-' ation/but a?fo by the mofl,'v4g'prpus Meafures in the Eieldj ' to whicU End his Majeily may poffibly go^and put him-' (elf at the Head of the Army of the Allies on the Lower; ' Rhine, after it is, joined by the Army under the Veldt ' Marfhal Count Traun. Baron Schmiedberg is arrived ' from the Elector of Mentz, charged with a Commiffion ' rearing to me Dyei of Election.' According to Advices from the Camp of the Allies near Leffines, the Army ii again about $0,000ftrong, by the Arrival of the Reinfoicements from England and Holland. They talk of paffing the"Scheld very foon near Oudenard, and attempting the Relief of the Citadel of Tournay, againft which th,e French make a dreadful Fire, with 200 Pieces cf Cannon, and 35 Mortars, which the Garrifon anfwer very fmartly* They write from the Hague of the yth Inflant, N.S. that the Prince'jaf vValdeck. haSdifpalc'hed a Courier to the States-General, demanding'thejr CqA^^ for taking into the RjepuSlick^s Pay fome Bodies of Huffars and other Light Troops,:-which are abiolotely \vanted, in order to deal with the fame Sort-of'Troops \hat the French have in the Field: WnVreapon,their High MightinefTes have writ to the Prince,  �f. Nrew 1 i; * 1 4th a 3 4ths. Ditto i; 174^ and 1744, 93 1 4th a a 1 half. Million Bank" Royal Affurance 84 1 4th. D For A T R   U   R   Y-L   A.'N   E. ths Benefit cf Mr. MORGA^; , rhe Theatre-Royal in Drury-La^e,. To-meriow, will be prefented a Comedy, call'd . The PROVOK'D HUSBAND,', O R, "V '->* A Journey to London1. W.tb Entertunments of Singing by Mr. BEARD and Mr. LGW^t To which will be added,' The    S C  H  O  Q  L-B  O Y. S A D L E R's- W ELL S. AT Sadler*s-H'ells, adjoining. to. th&.New1-Rher Bead, lfi'mgton,  this and every Evening (iurinj the Summer Seafbn) will be             ^ -          �� -vm-"'*-?- � t�> r~A 'The Usual Diversions 0/Pj^Ari.  , Can'fifting of Rope-Dancing by the celebrated Ms�dem� Kermaft^! MoriC Dominique, :Monf. Janno, Mafter Kerniaaai^ Mi^tRF/aaowj Tumbling by Mprif, Dominique, Monf, Juno, Malfer�J^faxn^ Matter Francis, and Monf. Pierot PasTombav -   -    ^         *-�J�T�r Dancing (both Serious and Comic) particuforijr Anew Goad Dance, call'd Tie lurkijh'iSfortJ 1 � � The Muficlt, Sceneiy Poaths, and other- Deceratioiw sntifd^Ker. B�Aaw by Mr, Davenport;. ^aluria, Mnr,Mi!e�y-^vdu^^trk Olbeldifton, Monf. Jannoj Turkifh Womenj,' M�t-Pai^npe^��n  Eyeni'ng. � z , �. . � Al-'tbi'Yorktourcand Norchamptonih:re SHOE-WARE-HOUSg, in St. M chael'i Alley, in ComhUliT x Are  continued  to  be   SOL'3,-vWr'T   c O H N    K N I T^^ Haberdasher and Shoe-Seller, HE belt York/hire CAMPAIGN shoes, and the beft Double CHANNEL PUMPS, at 6 1.* per Pair; Single CHANNEL. PUMPS at 51. 6J.,$et Pair. Note, Merchants and "Commanders may be fupply'd with of Shoes and Pumps for Servants and Sailors, and all Shoes and'Boots for Exportation, at the loweft Prices. By  J T all Sorts other Sorts of ADVERTISEMENTS arc taken in for this P.iper, at Lloyd/s' Coffee-House,' in Lombard-ftrect, 0- II 0   

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