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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 25, 1845, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. NbM 1.^3310. TUESDAY, June 25, 1745. T>ealt June 25. (EMAIN hisMajefty's Ships the Duke, Shoreham and Affiftance; Marmaduke, Bowman ; Boulter, Allen; Tryton, RedardjSt.John Baptift, Harvey ; Anfley, Rand ; Difpatch, Miller; the Catherine, Perry ; and Truman, Lott, for Lifbon ; Britannia, Proftor; Det-tingen, Duval ; and the Portugal Merchant, Gaul, for Oporto ; the St. George, Chifel, for Gibraltar ; Charming Molly, Mil-drum, for Falmouih. Juit came down Mary, Steward, for O-poito. Wind E.N.E. Grave/end, June 23. Pafs'd by Thomas and James, Weben ; Two Brothers, Grout ; Anne, Ballard ; Lovely Betty, Alley, from Guernzey ; Duke of Cornwall, Haffel, from St. Kitts; Blandford, Blacknefs; the Morning Star, Allifon ; Dolphin, Auiger; Penguin, Morris ; the Sophia, Dale ; Expedition, Pringle ; Greyhound, Oade ; and the Lcgonea, Anguin, from Jamaica; Charles, Allingham, from Maryland ; Carolina, Maynard, from Philadelphia ; Difpatch, Poor, from Opoito ; and White-Lyon, Vander-iyn, from Zurickzee. The Reformation, Bontineau, from Carolina, is arrived at the Orkneys. The flying Mercury, Simpfon, from London, at Hamburgh. LONDON. YeitcrJav arrived the Mail from Holland. Our Advices from the Cimp of the Aullrian and Saxon Troops near Sem-mitz in Bohemia, are dated the 19th Inllanr, N.S. and run thus.-Lieutenant General du Moubin, who commands the Van Guard of the Enemy, which coniills of 13 or 14000 Men, having advanced the 11th Infunt in the Valley of Scalitz, we were informed, that he had detached two Bodies of Troops, one of which plundered Nachod, and the other marched towards Scalitz and Neuftadt. General Wallis, who occupied the firll of tlie.'e two Poll", and General Na-'alli, who kept Garri-lon in the fecond, made fu good a Stand, that the Pruflians could not drive mem out. The 1 -th, Prince Charles caufed hi ooo Swedilh Troops have received Orders to hold themftlves in readinefs to embark for Germany, to replace the Heflian Troops, whom the Queen of Hungary detains at Ingolltadt. Extratt of a Letter from Francfort, June 27, N.S. ' It was at Wachteifbacb, a Place belonging to the * Count of Jfenbourg, on the River Kintz, and on the ' Frontiers of the Territory of the Abbey of Fulda, that ' the Junction of the Armies under Ceunt Traun and Ge-' neral Bathiani was effected Yefterday. As for the Prince ' of Conti, he no fooner heard that Count Traun had quit-' ted the Neighbourhood of Wertheim, but he decamped ' with his Army, and came to Steinheim on the Left Side ' of the Mayn, within half a League of Hanau ; after ' which his berene Highnefs fent 6000 Men to Offenbach, ' on the lame River within a fmall Dillance of this City, ' who took I'offeffion of that Place, and blocked it up on ' every hide, permitting no Body to go in or come out. ' Yelterday the Prince of Conti went with a drong Efcorte * to Hoechit, to confer with the Marquefs de la Fare, and ' returned in the Evening to his Camp at S einheim. This * Morning two Regiments of Horfe marched by this City, ' going to Hoechit, and as it greatly behoves the Prince ' of Ci-nti to preferve fo important a Pod as Hoechft on ' the Right of the Mayn, his Serene Highnefs has let fe-' veral Hundred Peafants to make new Works for its De-' fence. ' This Moment we have received Advice, that the Uni-' ted Armies under the Genera's Traun and Bathiani are ' making the necefTary Difpofitions to advance towards the ' Lower Mayn, and then proceed towards Mentz. According to Advices from Turin of the 1 2th of June, N.S. the Spaniards were in Motion, but could not yet be guefied on which Side they would make their greateft Efforts, Count Gage was advancing towards Mount Bo-chetta, and the Troops under the command of the Infant Don Philip continued their March along the Weftern River, but they could not tell at Turin whether thofc Troops had already palled by Lovano. -In the mean time the King of Sardinia has polled his Troops in fifth a Manner, that there is reafon to hope the Enemy will have no Room to boaft of the Succefs of their Attempt to break into his Country. The Piedmonteze Parties daily gain fome Advantages over the Spaniards in Skirmifhes. As for the Ge-noele, they had not a yet taken any Steps that could be fairly coaftrued as a real Defign to break the Neutrality. Letter from Portfmouth, June 22. , ' This Morning failed his Majelty's Ships the Yar-' mouth, Capt. Martin ; Pembroke, Capt. Balchen ; the ' Fowey, Capt. Taylor ; the Deptford Storelhip, and the * Scipio Firefliip, all for Plymouth, with a Convoy of ' upwards of 120 Sail of Merchant Ships, bound to Fo-' reign Ports.' They write from Edinburgh, that the Tranfports and Merchantmen failed for Holland on the 17th Inlt. under Convoy of the Fox, Hazard, and Hawk Ships of War. The Tranfports that carried the Troops to Oftend, arrived in the River on Sunday laft. They tell us from Briftol, that there are 553 French Prifoners Wind-bound in Kingroad, for France, on board the Refolution and another Tranfport. It is faid, that the Admirals Matthews and Leftock, and fix Captains, have Orders to prepare for their Trials by the 9th of July next. Yefterday the Tea Aft, for taking off 3 s. a Pound, off that Commodity, commene'd, which is to be hop'd will put an End to that pernicious Trade of Smuggling, fo fatal to the fair Trader. Yefterday was held a Court of Huftings at Guildhall, when John Pickering, Efq; Citizen and Merchant Taylor, and Paunsfort Green, Efq; Citizen and Gold and Silver Wire-drawer, were chofen Sheriffs of this City and County. Saturday laft died at Roehampton in Surry, Mr. Fletcher, Supervifor of the Excife in Winchefter Diftrift. Yefterday the Great Match at Cricket, at Mr. Smith'v the Py'd Horfe in Chifwell-ftreet, between Hodfwell, Rom-ney, and Newland, againil Long Robin, Harris, and Bryant, was won by the former by Seven Notches.-And Tomorrow the Noblemen and Gentlemen have made a Great Match to be play'd in the fame Place; the Parties are Long Robin, Faulkner, James Bryant, Joe Harris, Broad, Hodge, Romney, Jackfon, Lafco, Harris and Borah ; a-gainit Newland, Bryant, Norton, Jacob, Man, Bennet, Martin, Howlett, Tall Bennet, Anderfon, Norris and Howard. The Wickets to be pitch'd by Twelve o'Clock, and the^Match to begin abfolutely by One. The WAREHOUSE for Morning Gowns and Banjan�~ is-removed from Pope'&rHead Alley, to the Woolfack ard Dolphin, Three Doors above Birchin-lane in Comhill : Where great Variety of Gowns are kept ready made, of rich Silk Damafks, fine Scotch plaids, Flower'd Ruffels, T Figur'd Groerams, Vallurets, &c. Alfo Banjans of fine Cloth, Durnns, Plaids and Damafks. AH forts of Velvet-Caps and Safhes. High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 52 Minutes after 6,_ Bank-Stock no Price. India Ditto no Transfer. South-Sea Stock 109 a 1 8th. Ditto Old Annuities J11 a 1 8th. Ditto New no Transfer. Three per Cent. Annuities no Transfer. Ditto 1742, no Transfer. Ditto 1743 anc* 1744, no Transfer. Ditto 1745, 91 3 8tns a 1 4th-Million Bank 114 1 half. Equivalent no Transfer. Royal Affurance no Transfer. London Aflurance n 1 8th. Eng-lifhCopper 5 1. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 5 1. 5 s. Pregi. India Bonds 11. 17 s. a 19 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 19 s. 6 d. Prem. Life Annuities 1$ 1 8th Years Purchafe. NEW WELLS. AT the New Wells, near the London-Spavi, Clerkermell, this and every Evening (during the Summer Seafon) will be prefented Variety of New Performances, Was, Tumbling by Mr. Williams, Mr. Rayner, and Mr. Hoegh. 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, particularlf The Quaker's Weddings and a new Hornpipe by Mr. Rofoman. Variety of New Songs by Mr. Golb, Mils Lincoln, and Mifs Vaux� The Whole to Conclude with an Entertainment �f Mufick, call'd HERCULES and UMPHAlE ; O, 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 Scenes, Machines, Mufick, and Dr/JfiiS, all entirely New. To begin every Evening at Five ds Co/n-mijjioners of the Admiralty, do hereby dirtct the. faid Petty-Officers and Foremaf-men, to rtpair on board his Majesty's Soip the Milford at Portlmouth, on Uard nxkich S'.tp tity nvill be paid their Wages for the Newcaltle before the Mil-ford proceeds to Sea, and ConduH Money ixill be allov.td them, and Ca
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