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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 20, 1845, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. N V M B. 3306. THURSDAY,   June 20,   1745. PRIZES taken from the lji of March 1744, when the War was declared againft France, to the ift of April, 1745. I 46 French Trading Ships and Veffels between ~i Marfeilles and the Levant, Valued at \ 276,000 6000/. each -. 3 N the Mediterranean o J 43 Xebeques and other -    9   1       Stores f r the Span French, from and to Martinico, St. Domingo,} and other French Iflands and Spanifh Ports > 173 in America, and from and to Mifiifippi     J French,  from and to French Newfoundland, at 1 Cape Breton and other Settlements, and > 124 Bankers - -   3 French, taken up and down in the Channel, or") elfewhere near Home; amonglt them ef- j teemed very valuable, one of 36 Guns from { Morlaix to Cadiz with Linnen ; one of 400 I Tons, 24 Guns, from Dunkirk to Cadiz� V, j g one of 300 Tons, for Buenos Ay res; one of -700 Tons, 36 Guns, from Port Lewis to Guinea, taken by the Surprize Privateer, but funk ; one of 300 Tops from Mocha, { with 200 Tons of Coffee, &c.     -- L fmall Veffels with" ifh Army taken and , deiiroy'd anJ others to and from the' Coalt of Bai bary, thef'Morea, and Spa-nifh Coaft, Valued at 1000/. each Valued at 10,000 /. each. Valued at 2000 /. each 43,000 1,730,000 248,000 z    Valued at 3000/. each 546,000 f7 Valued at 100,000/. each one of which") was  deftroy d under a Fort at Marti->  700,000 nico Spanijh Regifter Ships, Outward and Homeward bound   9 ^ 1 The Concordia carried into Gibraltar by the Solebay I 1 The Conception from Cartagena, taken by ? L      the RofeManof War, valued at  -     J Valued at � � - Acapulco Ship, Admiral Anfon's Prize      - Spanijh Ships of lefs Value, taken on the Coafts of" Spain and Portugal; among them a large ( Genoefe from the Canaries to Cadiz, ef- 1 * teem'd very valuable      -      - French Privateers in Europe and America, whereof \ two Men of War of 26 and 30 Guns -�   ' Spanijh Privateers in Europe and America, whereof 1 one a Man of War of 18 Guns for Vera >   23 Cruz - -   J Neutral Ships, their Cargoes condemned->   12 Total Prizes And       7    Neutrals, Uncertain if may be declared Prizes. Note, Of the above PRIZES 286 have been taken by Privateers in Europe and America. 23    Valued at 3000/. each 59    Valued at 2000 /. each Valued at 2000 /. each Valued at 4000 /. each Their Total Valuation, as above,- 400,000 200,000 -    500,000 69,000 118,000 46,000 48,000 -�,- 4�924>��� Deal, June 18. (AILED the Baltimore Sloop, the Raleigh Privateer, and meft of the Outward-bound. Came down this Forenoon the Shoreham Man of War, and Faulkland Sloop of War ; and remain with the Duke Man of War ; the Marmaduke, Bowman ; Tryton, Redard; Dif-patch, Miller; Anfley, Read ; St. John Baptilt, Harvey j Catherine, Perry ; and Trimmer, Lett, for Lifbon. Wind N.E. The Bolton, Dewers, from Philadelphia, is arrived at Dublin. The North Carolina, Nottingham, from Nevis, at Le-verpool. LONDON. Yefterday arrived two Mails from Flanders. ExtraS of a Letter from Amjlerdam, June 22, N.S. 1 Our Letters from Vienna or the 9th Inftant, fay, that � the unexpected News of the Lofs of the Battle of Fried-* berg, caufed fo much the greater Confternation in that � City, as they depended on receiving the News of a com-� pleat Viftory, aBd the more fo, becaufe it had been all ' along given out, dm the Queen's Army, joined with the Saxons, was much fuperior to the Pruffian Army ; thar, moreover, the latter was in bad Order, confiding chiefly of Men forced into the Service, who only waited for an Opportunity to defert : Nay, it was pofitively allured that the King of Pruffia would retire at the Approach of the Combined Army, and that all Silefia would be evacuated in a little Time. The Miniftry had Recourfe immediately to the propereft Remedies: Couriers were dif-patched to divers Parts, fome to haften the March of the Troops coming from Hungary, and to make new Levies in that Kingdom : Others carried Orders for the Troops difperfed in different Places, to march with all fpeed for Bohemia to join Prince Charles. A Courier was alfo dif-patched to the Veldt Marfhal Traun ; from whence fome would infer that Orders have been fent to that General to march likewife for Bohemia, or at leall, to fend thither a large Detachment of'his Army. As for the Lofs fuftained by the Auftrians at the Battle of Fried-berg, thefe Letters from Vienna make it greater than even the Prufiians themfelves have done ; but it is to be fupp#ed that they writ this in their firll Fright. ' Hofwever it be, the Confluences of this Battle will foon lie manifefled, and we expect to hear by the next Port ftom Germany, that Part ef the King of Pruffia's Army htrs enter'd Bohemia, in order to purfue the Auf-trians, and take Advantage of the Difoider which the Troops afe (till in ; and that another Part of his Army will enter Lufatia, while the Troops encamped in the Ntighboushood of Magdebourg make an lnvafion into * Mifnia. The latter, 'tis faid, are to be commanded by f the Veldt-Marfhal Count Schmettau, who after being ' feemingly in Difgrace, has appeared again at Court. ' We are fenfible, that the King of Pruffia's Defign is to ' ravage the Saxon Territories, in order to oblige the King ' of Poland to abandon the Queen of Hungary. But we � flatter ourfelves, that his Polifh Majefty will keep fteady * to his Alliance, in Hope of fome fortunate Turn of Af- * fairs. ' A private Letter from Drefden fays, that whatever ' good Face they put upon the Matter at Court, it is never-' thelefs certain that the Lofs of the Battle in Silefia puts ' the Miniftry to their Trumps. This Battle has coft � Saxony the greateft Part of her Generals and her Field-' Artillery, and 4 or 5000 Men at leaft. The Count de ' Noftitz, who brought the News of it to Court, was or-' dered by the Duke of Saxe-Weiffenfels nod to tell all his ' Tale at once, that he might not alarm the Court too ' much : And it was not known till the nth, that feven ' Saxon Generals were as good as loft, viz. Pohlentz, Dur-' feld,  Boftenboftel,  Canitz, Niefementel, Renard, and * Schlichting ; the latter is made Prifoner ; the other fix ' were dangeroufly wounded, and fome of them are already 1 dead.   This fame Letters add, that the Saxons have loft * near 100 Officers j and, which is furprizing, that the * Generals of the Combined Army were but very ill in-' formed of their Enemies Strength and Defigns, and 'al-' together as over-fighted in chufing their Ground ; for it ' is faid, that the Aullrians were fo pent up, that they ' could not ufe their Men.' They write from Hamburgh of the 18th Inftant, N.S. that they have Advice from good Hands, that the Pruffian Troops, who lay in the Neighbourhood of Magdebourg, have actually decamped, in order to invade the Electorate of Saxony ; and that all the Inhabitants are in the utmoft Confternation, notwithftanding the Court has been for fome Time part, providing againft this lnvafion. Ex trail of a Letter fom Stockholm, June 11, N.S. ' The King has received a Courier from Caffel, dif-' patched by Prince William of Heffe, about the Heffian � Troops that ferved in Bavaria.   This Courier has been * fent back with his Majefty's Anfwerto Prince William's ' Difpatches. The Publick know nothing yet of the Con-' tents of this Anfwer ; but we are afiured, that the King ' leaves Prince William at full Liberty to acl: in the pre- * fent Conjuncture of Affairs.  M. Antivari, charged-with the Queen of Hungary's ' Affairs in this Kingdom, has communicated to the Court * fome Difpatches he received from Vienna, containing the * Reafons why her Hungarian Majefty thinks the Heffian ' Troops that were employed in Bavaria, fhould not yet be � allowed to return Home. It is faid the Court has made ' no Anfwer to this Minifter, but directed him to fend ' thofe Reafons to Prince William of Heffe. ' A Courier is arrived here from Peterfburgh, with Dif- * patches from Baron Cedercreutz, the King's Ambaffador ( to the Emprefs of Ruffia, importing, that the Conditions ' of the private Treaty of Alliance, which his Excellency * was negotiating between this Crown and tr>at Empire are 1 quite fettled, and that he reckoned to fign the Treaty ' with the Ruffian Miniftry towards the End of this ' Month at fartheft. ' The King has refolved to go over to his German Do-' minions this Summer, in order to fettle fome important * Affairs which require his Prefence in that Country. The � Prince Royal is to be left Regent of the Kingdom in hi� * Majefty's Abfence. Extracl of a Letter from Mahotte, May 20. . ' Since my laft arrived here the Burford and Leopard ' Men of War, with fix Prizes from the Fleet, and the ' following Merchant Ships from England, vie. the Prof-' perity, Imperial Anne, Ulyffes, Andrew, Queen of Hun-' gary, Peter and John, Pelham, Winchelfea, and Sally, ' all Victuallers and Store-Ships; alfo the Levant. Preddie, ' from London, for Smyrna; and Bofphorus, Richards, * from Gibraltar for Leghorn.-The Sterling-Cafiie came ' in from the Fleet two Days after the above Ships ; as ' did the Diamond from the Straits; and two Genoefe * Tartans from Majorca, with Wine, Lemons, &c. two ' from Marfeilles, with fundry Goods, and one a Flag of * Truce, with 60 Prifoners ; a Tartan from Toulon, with ' Wines ; and two from Sardinia^ with Corn ; and feveral ' others.' The Polly, Dokenderon, from St. Kitts, for London, ig taken and carried into Bayonne. The Bond, Johnfon, from Maryland to London, is taken and carried into Rochelle. The Panther, Dunn, from Faroe, (laft from Plymouth) for London, is taken and carried into Boloign. The Swift Privateer, Capt. Hudfon, has taken and brought into the Downs, a Ship belonging to Denmark, from Dantzick, bound to St.Maloes, laden with Malls and Plank. Laft Night his Grace the Duke of Grafton arrived in Town, from Eufton-Hall in Suffolk. Yefterday his Grace the Duke of Portland fet out from his Houfe in the Privy-Gardens, for his Seat at Bulftrode in Buckinghamfhire. A few Days fince Richard Davies, Efq; of Llanbeder, in the County of Brecon, was married to Mifs Parry, of Tally-Lyn, in the fame Cqunty, a young Lady of great Beauty, fine Accomplifhments, and a very confiderable For-tune. On Tuefday laft died, at his Houfe in Poland-ftreet, -- Hardley, Efq; Secretary to the Britifli Envoy at the Court of Drefden. Yefterday one William Metcalf was committed to the Gate-houfe by Sir Thomas De Veil, for aflaulting Mary Rogers upon the King's Highway, with two other Perfons not yet taken, putting her in fear of her Life, and fclo-nioufly taking from her fome of her Wearing Apparel. Yefterday one William Serjeant was committed to Newgate, by Sir Robert Willimot, for felonioufly uttering and publifhing, as true, a falfe, forg'd and counterfeit Note of Hand, for Ten Guineas j thereby extorting a Silver Watch from Mr. Benjamin Bradfhaw of St. Mary Magdalen Bcr-mondfey, Ropemaker. High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 43 Minates after 3. Bank Stock 146 5 8ths. India Ditto 185 3 4ths. South-Sea Stock 109 3 8ths. Ditto Old Annuities in. Ditto New m 1 half a 3 8ths. Three per Cent. Annuities 93 a 1 8th. Ditto 1742, no Transfer. Ditto 1743 and 1744, no Transfer. Ditto 1745, 91 1 half. Million Bank 114 1 half. Equivalent 110. Royal Affurance 84 1 half. London Affurance n 1 8th. EnglifhCopper 5 1. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 5 1. 5 s. Prem. India Bonds 11. 17 s. Prem. Three and a half Salt Tallies 1 3 4ths Difc. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders no Price. Three per Cent, ditto no Price. Lottery Tickets 20 s. Prem.   Life Annuities 15 1 8th Years Purchafe. NEW     W   E   L   L   b. AT the New Wells, near the London- j9 Spain, Chrkcnioell, this and every Evening (during the Sum-mer Seafon) will be prefented Variety of New Performances, Tumbling by Mr. Williams, Mr. Rayner, and Mr. Ho�gh. Rope-Dancing by the celebrated Mifs Rayner, who walks op a Slanting Rope 100 Feet long, from the Bottom of the Stage to the Upper Gallery. ' _ .   ,  . Several Grand Dances, Serious and Comic, particularly The Quaker''t Wedding; and a new Hornpipe by Mr. Rofoman. Variety ot New Songs by Mr. Golb, Mifs Lincoln, and Mils 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. Tke Scenes, Machines, Mufick, and DrtJJes, all entirely New. To begin every Evening at Five 9'Clock Each Perfon will be admitted for a Pint of WIN E or PUNCH. To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. %* Every Evening there will be new Performances. Z'HE Brethren of the Right Worthy and Ami- J cable Order of UBIQUARIANS are defired to meets"^ the DiEla or and Stnate, in Grand Convention, at the Globe Tavern, Deptfrd, on Monday the z^th Infant, at Eleven oCLck, to proceed from thence to St. Pauls Deptford, to hear a Sermon fom the Chaplain of tfo Older, and after-luards to Dine at the faid Tavern. _G. H. Secretary. This   is   to  give   NOTICE,     J TH AT a General Meeting of the Society of MUSICIANS, will be held at Five o'clock in the Evening, on Sunday next, rhe 23d Inftant, at the Cardigan-Head Tavern, near Charing-Crofs. ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in for this Paper, ac Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-ftrect. c   

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