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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 7, 1845, London, Middlesex r FRIDAY, June 7, 1745- Deal, June 5. HE Duke Man of War, and the Swift Privateer remain in the Downs. Wind Eaft. \ The Yarmouth Man of War, with the Merchant Ships under her Convoy, arrived at Spithead on Tuefday laft. L O N DO N. 'ExtraS of a Letter from the Hague, June 11, N.S. ' One of the Principal Generals in the Auftrian Armies in Germany, has wrote to'this Place, thaUie will anfwer with his Head for the Junction of the two Armies, tho' the'French Oiould be one third more numerous than they "a&ually are : That Count Traun will not go fo much as a Quarter of a League out of his Road for them ; and, in fhort, that it may be depended upon Meafures are fo well concerted, that the Imperial Election will come on in due Time, and be made without Difturbance from Foreign Troops. ' If this General keeps his Word, it will be truly a de-cifive Stroke for the Auftrians ; for the five Circles, and moil of the Princes of the Empire, only wait for the Event of this Ele&ion, in order to declare themfelves in Confequence of the fecret Affociation made among them, and bring immediately their Contingents of. Troops into the Field, which will make up a Body of 30 or 35000 Men. It is even confirmed, that it is ftipu'ated in this Treaty of AlTociation, that the Empire fhali declare War again ft France. Neverthelefs, according to our private Advices, the Junflion of thofe two Armies (Bathiani's and Traun' ) is not fo eafy to be made as moil People imagine, if it be true, that the Prince of Conti really intends to oppofe it : For by what they write from that Prince's Army, it appears that it was the Inftant at Diebourg on the Frontiers of the County of Erpach, which is but feven or .eight Leagues from Wertheim; and the Veldt Marfhal Count Traun's Army had got no farther than Mergentheim the 6th Inftanr, from whence it is 9 or 10 Leagues to Wertheim. Hence it appears that the Pr'nce of Conti has gained almoft three Days March upon the Auftrians, and that if he advances in order to poft hirofelf between Af-chaffenbourg and Wertheim behind the Mayn, Count Traun cannot pafs that River, until he has beaten the French Army ; and confequently, his Excellency cannot 1 join the Army of the Allies on the Lower Rhine, unlefs 1 he takes a Circuit, and paiTes the Main at or above 1 Wurtzbourg. However it be, u is certain that the Duke of Aremberg's Army (which mould now be called Count ' Bathiani's) began its March the 5th Inftant, in order to 1 advance into the Country of Hcffe, and facilitate the in-; tended Junction. As for the Number of Troops in thefe ' feveral Armies, it is impoffible to fix it with any Certainty. Some Advices, even from Vienna and Ratifbon, make Count Traun's Army but 35,000 ftrong at moft : Aremberg's Army is reckoned to be much about the fame Number ; which together will make between 60 and 70,000 Men. The Troops under the Prince of Conti amount at lead to 70,000 Men, according to the belt Accounts ; for it is not true that he has detached any for Flanders.' They write from Naples that there never was a Kingdom in greater Diftrefs than that is at prefent. The Levies made for raifing the additional Corps of 10,000 Auxiliaries ' demanded by Count de Gages, depopulate all the Northern Provinces; while the Plague, which has again broke out in the Neighbourhood of Reggio, threatens Defola-tion to the South. Yelierday came Advice, that Cattle, has taken and fent into 120 Tons, laden with Hemp Riga to Naniz. The Mediator Sloop, Hamilton, bound for the Weft-Indies, was taken by a Dogger Privateer on Monday laft, going thro' the Needles. On Wednefday laft the Purfe of Fifty Guineas was run for at Guildford, and won by the Lord Leigh's Mare Diana. On Monday laft died at Chelfea, in the 78th Year of her Age, Mrs. Wright, a Widow Gentlewoman of good Fortune, which (he has left to Charitable CJfes. On Wednefday died, at his Lodgings in Green-ftreer, Thomas Empfon, a young Gentleman of good Fortune in the County of Cornwall. On Tuefday laft a Man who was employ'd as a Porter in the Fleet, hang'd himfelf in a Stable belonging to the White-Horie Inn, riear rhe faiJ Market. For fomeTime pall a Number of Fellows have begg'd about the Town as Cripples, to avoid being taken up by thofe impower'd to Imprefs Men for his Majelty's Service, arid have at Night committed many Robberies, in different P:aces; it is hop'd the Conftables wil] ufe their uimoft Endeavours to detedl fuch Villains, and deferve the Thanks of all who wilh well to the Community. This Morning at Nine o'Clock the Malefactors will be /^put into different Carts, and Executed at Tyburn. / Mr.MORLAND will fing at RUCKHOLT-HOUSE 93 1 8th 31 4tn- Ditto 1745, 91 1 '4th. Million Bank 114 1 half. Equivalent no. Royal Affu-rance 84 1 half. London Affurance u 1 8th. Ehgliih Copper c, 1. Seven per Lent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 5 1. 2 s. 6d. Prem. India Bonds 1 1. 18 s. a igs.Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies 1 3 4ths Difc. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders no Price Three per Cent, ditto 10 Difc Lottery Tickets 21 s. Pr. Life Annuities 115 1 4th Years Purchafe. NEW WELLS. AT-the New Wells, near the London- Spavi, CUrkintoell, this and every Evening (during the Summer Seafon) will be prefented Variety of New Performances, viz. Tumbling by Mr. Williams, Mr. Rayner, and Mr; Ho�gh. Rope-Dancing by the celebrated Mifs Rayner, who walks up a Slanting Rope 100 Feet long, from the Bottom of the Stage to the Upper Gallery. _ ^ Several Grand Dances, Serious and Comic. Variety of New Songs by Mr. Brett, Mi's Lineoln, and Mifs Vaux. The Whole to Conclude with an Entertainment of Mufick, call'd HERCULES and OMPHALE; Or, Love and Glory. In which will be Introduc'd, The Famous YOUNG GIANT, Seven Feet, Four Inches high, and but Fifteen Years of Age. The Scents, Machines, Mufick, and Drtffis, all tntirdly New. Ip begin every Jtivening at Five 9'Clock Each Perfon will be admitted for a Pint of WINE or PUNCH. To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. Every Evening there will be new Performances. SADLER's-WELLS. AT Sadler's-fPelhy adjoining to the iV> River Head, Iflingten, this and every Evening (during the Summer Sea fdn) will be The Usual Diversions of that Place. Confifting of Rope-Dancing by the celebrated Madem. Kerman, Monf. Dominique, Monf. Janno, Mafter Kerman and Mafter Francis. Tumbling by Monf. Dominique, Monf. Janno, Mafter Kerman, Mafter Francis, and Monf/ Pierot Pas Tomba. Dancing (both Serious and Comic) particularly A new Grand Dance, call'd The Turkijh Sports : The Mufick, Scenes, Cloaths, and other Decorations entirely New. Bifliavy by Mr. Davenport; Sultana, Mrs. Miles; Turks by Mr. OJbeJdiilon, Monf. Janno;- Turkifh Women, Mrs. Davenport and Mrs. BuUock ; Tyroleans, Mr. Miles and Mrs. Freeman; Peafants, Mr. Granier and Mrs.Vallois; Italian Shepherd, Mr. JofephGranier j Shepherdefs, Mifs Granier. Variety of new Songs by Mr. Heemflcirck and Mifs Hillier. To which will be added, an Entertainment of Singing and Dancing, HARLEQUIN a Captive in SPAIN ; Or, The Privateer Bit. The Whole to Conclude with a Grand Dance, call'd VULCAN's N E T T S. To begin every Evening at Five o'Clock. . For SALE by the C A N D L E, At the MARINE Coffee-kaufe in Birchin-Lane, This Day, at Three of the Clock in the Afternoon prtcifely, by Order of the Trujieesi TH E Remainder of the Goods of Mr, Thomas Clapbam, of KingVftreer, Weftminfter, and Mr. William Attivatcr, of Reading, Linnen-Drapers. Alfo the Stock in Trade of Mr. William Davis of Cheapfide, Lin-nen-Draper, left off Trade, 'viz, izo Hollands, 16 Checks 159 Dozen Printed and Scotch Handkerchiefs. 2o Quarter Lawns Ho Irifh 100 Printed Linnen and Cottons 210 Buckrams 34 Silezias - 82. Blue and dy'd Linnens 140 Cambricks and Clear Lawns. 81 Dowlas 190 Hambro' and Holland whited Lawns, 83 German and SwifsLiaens 110 Girlix. 190 Barrafs and Drills 600 Brittaneas *6 Bundles Rufftt 20 Scotch Cleth 70 Spreg and 5 4ths Linnens Alio fundry Remnants, and the Houfes belonging to the Eftate of Mr. Thomas Clapbam, to be fold by Adjournment. The above Goods to be (ten at ROBERT KfRKE's Warehoufe, in New Rents, St. Martin*! le-Crand, Cbeapfide. - ROBERT KIRKE, Broker. Note, For Particulars of the Houfes enquire of Mr. Tompkins, Attorney, at Fiihmongeis-Hall, Juneb, 1745, THE CAPGOE that came in the Shit HANNAH, William Foiuler late Commander, from jf] maica, being now Apprais'd, the Proprietors thereof are defired to apply to Mr. Bart. Buggin, at Botolph Wharf, who will attend there every Day from Ten to One o'Clock, at which Place^-their Goodi will be delivered them, firft-paying theSalvage,'&c. for the fame High Water this Da/ at London-Bridge at 4? MinutM. after 4. ' SALE by the CANDLE, This Day, at Twelve o'Clock at Noon, At LLQYjy&-�off'��-Houfe in Lombard-Street,- TH E Ship St. PETER, with 14 large Carriage Guns, a French Privateer, Captain William Wiljon, Square-ffern'd, Burthen 30* Tons more of lefi, and Inventories to be feen on Board, and at th� B_l Place of Sale. To be Sold by SAMUEL BROOKS, Broker. To he heaid of Daily at his Office (for Afluring Ships and Merchandize) in Pope's-Head Alley agamft the Royal-ExchaBge'j or it Lloyd's Coffee-houfe in Ljimkard-ftreet. For SALE by >tie C ANDLE, At LLOYD's Cofee-Hou/e in. Lombard Street, This Dayf at Tivelve o'Clock at Noon, THE MARY GALLY, with 8 Carriage and 4 Swivel Guns, River-built by Mr.JamesTaylor, andflieath'd, Burthen 145 Tors more or left, with goal Dimenfions, now lying on the Mud below Cuckolds Point, Jtbn Aktm, Commander. Inventories to be feen on Board, and tflhe Place of Sale. To be Sold by SAMUEL BROOKS,' Broker.5 For S A L E by the C A. N D' L E, At LLOYD'S Coffee-Hmfe in Lombajd-ftreet/' This Day, at T
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