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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 19, 1845, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. N o KB.' 3305. WEDNESDA Y.June i9> x745- Deal, June 17. 1 AILED laft Night the Baltimore and Jamaica Sloops, with moft of the Outward-bound ; but are fince put back, with the Baltimore, and remain with the Duke and Raleigh Privateer. Came down Swift, Bartholomew, for Maryland ; and St. John Baptift, Harvey ; and Catherine, Perry, for Liftnn. Wind W.S.W. Gravtftnd, June 17. Pafs'd by Ruby, Grey, from Maryland ; Providence, Moxon, from Norway ; Concordia, Storfon, from Gottenburgh. LONDON. Yefterday arrived two Mails from Holland, and one from Flanders. Letters from Genoa, of the 10th Inft. N.S. advife, that Count Gage begun his March the 6th, with his whole Army, and the next Day arrived at Ponte-Decimo in the Valley of Polfevera. The Infant Don Philip's Army en-ter'd the Territory of Genoa the 3d, and it was reckoned his Royal Highnefs might join Count Gage the 15th. The French Troops were arriving fucceflively in the County of Nice, except ten or twelve Battalions, which Marlhal Mal-lebois has left in the Valley of Barcelonetta, in order to make a Diverfion on that fide. From Bologna they write, that Prince Lobkowitz has decamped from Fiorenguola, and taken the Route of Vog-hera, in the District of Pavia, that he may be at hand to enter the Tortoneze. The King of Sardinia has formed a Camp of 12000 Foot and 2000 Horfe at Revalta, between Alexandria and Tortona, in order to (hut up the PaSTage of Novi ; his Majelty has likewife caufed all the Trees to be fell'd in that Part of the Country ; and all the Corn to be cut down, that the Enemy may find no Subsistence there. ExtraS of a Letter from Vienna, June 12, N.S. * The Son of General Feftititz arrived here the 8th In ft. from the Army in Silefia, with an ample Relation of the 4 Rattle of Friedberg, but it is not yet made publick. 4 Prince Charles's Adjutant General is likewife arrived ' from the Army on the 10th, and was followed the next 4 Day by the Courier Zuiner : Their Difpatches are kept fecret; fo that whatever is given out here concerning ' that Battle is grounded only on fome private Advices, ' which agree in general Terms, that our Army was o-� bliged to leave the Enemy Mailers of the Field of Battle, but that it neverthelefs retired in good Order; that our 4 Lofs amounted to about 3000 ; and that feveral of our Generals are either killed, wounded or taken Frifo-' ners. � The News from the Upper-Silefia is more favourable. ' Count Starenberg arrived from thence the 9th Inft. with ' Advice, that the Hungarian Infurgents had advanced up to the Suburbs of Neils, and fet fire to the great Maga-4 zines of Wood, &c. which the Pruffians had erected there; ' that another Detachment of Infurgents had made them-' Selves Mailers of the Town of Oppelen, and carried away 1 the Garrifon Prifoners of War, with 14. Pieces of Can-' ron, &c. 4 The 1 oth Inftant the Remainder of the Grand Duke's Baggage was fent into the Empire ; but his Royal High-1 nefs will not follow it, 'till we hear that Count Bathiani ' has joined the Veldt Mar/hal Traun. According to Advices from Prague of the 14th of June Prince Charles's Army was return'd into Bohemia, becaufe it mud have wanted Provisions if it had ftaid any longer in the Mountains that feparate that Kingdom from Silefia. They add, that the Auilrians and Saxons were now above 70,000 ftrong. As for the Pruffians, they entered Bohemia the 9th Inftant, N.S. Part of their Army has advanced as far as Trautenau, and the King's Head Quarters were at Braunau. By Advices from Francfort, of the 20th Inftant we hear, that the Army under the Prince of Conti encamps on both fides of the Mayn, the Center lying near Mchaffenbourg. Count Traun's Army was ft ill in the fame Pofuion, between Wertheim and Miltenbourg : Count Bathiani's Army w^s advancing to join him, the Vanguard of it having teached Lauback, the 18th Inft. N.S. on the Confines of !ta Landgraviate of HefTe, within about three Leagues of Letters from the Camp of the Allies near Leflines fay, that Preparations were ftill making for a March, but the Route was not yet known ; and that the Conferences he'd for an Exchange of Prifoners have been broke, the foglifh CommifTaries not having any Inltrudtions relating to Marlhal Belleifle's Cafe. Thefe Advices add, that the French Pandoures and other Light Troops continue to make Incurfions even to the Gates of Oflend, Bruges and Ghent, and have carried off feveral Englifh Officers that they Slope in the.Boats on the Canal of Bruges. We hear from BruiTels, that a large Body of Troops has paSTed by Phillipville, going to join the French Army in Flanders. Extracl of a Letter from the Hague, June 24, N.S. ' Baron Reifchach, the Hungarian Minifter, had a Con-4 fcrence Yefterday with the Prefident of the States-General, 4 and, as we hear, declared to him by Order of his Court, 4 that the Queen's Army in Bohemia fhould be fpeedily re-4 inforced with ro Baiallions of Regular Troops, and 8000 ' Irregular Troops, and this without difordering in the leaft 4 the Meafures taken for the Operations in the Empire and 4 in Italy, &c. 4 M. da Tour, Major of General Schultz van Hagen's ' Regiment of Horfe, arrrived here Yefterday, with the * Ndvs that the Citadel ofTournay had capitulated the ' 20th Inftant, and is to march out this Day with the Ho-4 nours of War, all its Baggage, four Pieces of Cannon, 4 and two Mortars, and be elcorted as far as Ghent; but 4 it is not to bear Arms againfl France for a Year and a 4 half to come. This Garrifon, which at firfl confifted of ' 9000 Men, is reduced to 5,300. Immediately after the Capitulation was figned, the French took PoiTcffion of the 4 Barrier of the Citadel, and 'tis faid the King fent away 4 directly 20,000 Men to invert Namure.' They write from Peterfburgh of the 2d of June, N.S. that tlie Emprefs was to give a poiitive Anfwer in three or four Days, to the Invitation given her to accede to the Treaty of Warfaw. The 2 5th of May, the Court ifTued Orders for the Troops in Livonia to hold themfelves in Readinefs to march ; but whether to change Quarters only, or to march out of the Ruffian Territories was not yet known. His Majefty has been pleafei to make the following Promotions in his Army, viz, Lieutenants General. Jofhua Gueft, Charles Otway, Phineas Bowles, Efqrs. Lord Cadogan, Philip Anftruther, John Folliott, Adam Williamfon, James St. Clair, Thomas Wentworth, Efqrs. the Duke of Richmond, John Guifs, Efq; and the Earl of Albemarle. Majors General. Edward Wolfe, Anthony Lowther, William Merrick, Efqrs. the Earl of Crawford, George Churchill, Henry Skelton, John Johnfon-, and John Wyn-yard, Efqrs. Brigadiers General. Thomas Bligh, Charles Armand Powlett, Samuel WalterWhhShed, William Douglas, John Jeffreys, Thomas Fovvke, George Fowke, George Byng, James Fleming, Daniel Houghton, John Price, John Mor-daunt, James Cholmondeley, Efqrs. Lord Sempill, and Henry de Grangues, Efq; Yefterday Morning an Exprefs arrived from Hanover, and another from the Allied Army in Flanders. The fame Day his Grace the Duke of Newcaftle came to Town, from Claremont in Surry. On the 22d Inlt. N.S. her Royal Highnefs the Princefs of HefTe arrived in good Health at Herrenhaufen. We are allured, that at the Battle of Friedberg, the Pruffians had five Generals kill'd, and between 4 and 5000 Men killed and wounded. Yefterday the principal Officers of the Ordnance went to Woolwich, and Saw the greatett Proof of Ordnance that has been known for many Years. On Sunday laft died, at his Houfe at Eltham in Kent, Mr. Blackwell, formerly an eminent Tobacconilt of this City. On Thurfday laft; died at Flower in Northamptonfhire, the Rev. Mr. Edward Ivie, Matter of Arts, and Vicar of that Parifh. He enjoy'd the Living many Years, was a conftant Refident, and fpent the whole Income of his Living amongft his Parifhoners, who by his Death have received an irreparable Lofs: He was a fincere Chriftian, and a found Divine, of great Learning, as appears by Epifleti Enchiridion Latinis Verjibus Adumbratum, which he pub-lifhed in the Year 171 c, and gained great Reputation a-mong the Learned. His Living, worth near 200 1. per Ann. is in the Gift of Chrift-Church College, in Oxford. Yefterday Morning a Cow in St. James's-Park, brought forth a Calf with two Heads, four Eyes, and four Ears, but the Body properly form'd. Yefterday Rachael Jennings and Jane Hughes, were committed to the Poultry Compter, by Mr. Alderman Gibbon, for felonioufly Stealing a Parcel of Linnen and Wearing Apparelt of above 40 s. Value, from out of the Houfe of Mr. Bigg, at the King's-Arms in Gravel-Lane, Victualler. As was likewife Thomas Ford, a Footman, committed to Newgate, for felonioufly Stealing, from out of the Shop of Mr. William Lambert of Cannon-ftreer, Watchmaker, a Pinchbeck-Watch, with a'Gold Dial-Plate, Value 4 1. his Property. The following Letter came too late to Hand from the Country, or it Should huve been inferted Yefterday. To the Proprietors of the South-Sea-Stock. GENTLEMEN. HAVING feen a Letter addrefs'd to you in the l)j Poft, of the 14th Inftant, which feems to b-j a fcandrtlous Reflection caft upon both your former and prefect Courts of Directors, from a Battery pietended only to be erected againft their Clerks ; and being at this Juncture at too great a Diftance to attend your next General Court, I hope co be indulged with offering thefe Remarks to you, in order, at leaft,' to take off the MaSk from that Battery, if not to demolish it. The Perfon who figns 5. D. is not content with a bold ASfcrtion, That the Company's Clerks in tr e Transfer-Office act there more as Brokers than Clerks ; nor with reprefenting this as a notcriotw Breach of one of the Company's Bye-laws; but he compliments cur Directors with a Connivance at this Crime, and a Connivance fo obftinate as amounts to nothing Short of being Paiticipes Crimims : For he fays, that the Directors have been often t-Jd cf it, by the Brokers thereby aggrieved ; and tnat neverthelefs feveral of them have ftill employed their Clerks in Quality of Brokers: Nay, he goes fo far as to affirm, That tho' the Court of Directors have reviv'd the faid By-law, yet they have ftuck it up in a blind Place, where fcarce any Body can fee it, tho' iheTruth, is nothingcan be more conspicuous : And upon the Whole, S. D. feen s to lament that he does not know when there will be an End of this Grievance, becaufe, tho' he was himfelf to make Such a w is Speech as this at your next General Court, he infinu.iti-3 that the D--1 would be in the Chair : And therefore he infolently takes upon him to dictate to the Court of Directors, That at leaf one cf them Should attend at the Office every Transfer-Day, to iee that the C e ks k?ep behind the Counters, and that they don't interfere in the Brokers Monopoly in making Transfers. But now, Gentlemen, if you pleafe we will examine into the Nature of the Charge. In the-firft Place, as to the Bye-law, 'tis well known, that it was an Invidious one, inade?t the Inftigation of Sir J-s E--man, to be reveng'd on Sir J--1 Bl--1, by whofe Interest G-�ywas chofe Arcomp- tant, in Oppofition to the Perfcn nominated by Sir J-�-/. And'tis plain, that Sir J-s himfelf afterwards thought it an unreafonable Law, beeaufe while he was Governor of the faid Company, he never once put it in Execution againft any Clerk, tho' not only G-by, but another Clerk who has furvived him, got all they had by Stock-jobbing. Secondly, The Buying and Selling of Stock is a Branch of Bufinefs, which I am very well aSTur'd, was never, till very lately, denied to the Clerks of any of the Trading-Companies, (provided they did not neglect the Company's Bufinefs, nor abufe the Indulgence :) And I am credibly informed, that when a frivolous Complaint of this kind came before the Directors of the India Company, one of the Court declared, he was very glad to fee the Proprietors of their Stock Shew fuch Regard to their trufly Clerks, and he wifhed for the Safety of the Company that they were to negociate its whole Capital. Thirdly, As to the South-Sea Clerks buying and felling Stock, it does not feem to be in any Degree affected byA SbuttlewortJs's Fraud, as the Letter-Writer would fain in-finuate,fince he employed feveral Brokers to fell part of that fictitious Stock ; and whether he fold it himfelf, or other People for him, is nothing to the Purpofe. After this, Gentlemen, what mult we think of the Anonymous Wretch, who has been fo free of his Invectives on our Hon. Directors, whofe fjle Aim and Endeavour have evidently been to promote the Compsny's Jnte ett by the molt laudable Meafures, and who, if they have Suffer'd their Clerks to buy and fell Stock without any Detriment to their ftated Bufinefs of transferring it, are not Surely to be fo coarfely treated for indulging their Clerks in a Branch of Bufinefs, not only lawful, but immediately relative, ard, I had almoft faid, efential to their Office ?-Could fuch an impudent Suggeftion as S. D. has thrown out againft our Directors, proceed from the modeit Pen of a Royal-Exchange Broker, who tranfacts Bufinefs fairly betwixt one Merchant and another, or fome Sharping Stockjobber, who lurks in the Alley to Snap the next Bubble that comes in his Way ? , AD V ERTISE M EN TS-are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-ftreet. 0 fO: 6
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