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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 2, 1845, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. Numb. 3316. TUESDAY, July 2, 1745. Deal, June 30. A M E down the Pearl Privateer, Campion, for Leghorn j Fame Privateer, Wager, for a Cruize ; Onflow, Congreve, for Eaft-In-dia} James Galley, Picket, for Guinea ; Richmond, -<-, for Gibraltar ; and remain with the Duke and Shoreham Men of War, Jamaica Sloop, Durfley, Sandwich, and Swift Privateers, and the Outward bound. Wind S.S.E. The Richard and Sarah, Alden, from Maryland, is arrived at linmouth. The Rowley, Tobin, from London, at Port-mahore. TheRoufby, Lock, from Maryland, at Newcaitle. The Elenor, Sate, from London, at Belfail. LONDON. Extra J of a private Letter from Amfej-dam, dated the 6th of July, N.S. ' We fee here a Letter, which enters into a long De- tail of the Battle of Friedberg, and fays, among other ' things, that it was not owing to a Surprize that the Combined Army was defeated, fince it was under Arms between the 3d and 4th of June ; but that the principal 4 Fault committed, was the not feizing upon the Eminence � of Strigau, which the Pruffians made'an excellent Uie of by planting-Batteries on it : That, moreover, the Auf-� tnan and Saxon Generals were not fufficiently acquainted with the Situation of the Country, their Infantry being, ' during the whole Aclion, cxpofed to the greater!: Fire of the pruffians, whil^their Lavalry was almoft in a State 4 of Inaction : That the Confufion amongtt them was ex- ceeding great, fince fo many Genera's tell, having been � obliged to do the Duty of Colon; L. ' G.ir Lexers from Berlin fay, that th�' the Troops of ' the Camp of Magdebourg do as yet keep quiet there, ' one may depend upon it that they will foon make an Ir- ruption into the Elcfftora:e of Saxony, in order to oblige � the King of Poland to fall off from his Alliance with ' the Queen of Hungary, and fuch other Engigemenrs as he has contracted in Confluence of it. Some Advices ' even tell us that thofe-Troops are actually in Motion, go- ing to form a Camp on die frontiers of Saxony. ' 1'hey write fom Drefden that the Marquis de Vaugre- nanr, the French Miniller there, continues ta take Abun-' dance of Pains to prevail with that Court to drop its Al-� liance with the Queen of Hungary ; but that the King of Poland remains firm in his Refolutiom to perform his ' Encasements. The Queltion is, whether his Polifh Ma-� jelly will perfilt in that Kefolution, now that 'tis faid, the Emprefs of Ruffia has declared, That fhe cannot accede ' to the Treaty of Warfaw, nor any Way concern herfelf 4 with the Quarrels between the Princes at War. ' The Auilrians and Saxons have repaffed the Elbat the 'Approach of the Pruffian Army, which, as we are af-' fured, has advanced to Konigfgratz, in order to attack "that Place. If they take it, nothing can prevent his pafling the Elb likewife; in which Cafe, it is very pro-4 babie; that the Combined Army will retrea: under the � Cannon of Prague.' The Probability of a Battle on the Mayne encrcafes �� every Day.' The Lords of the AdrWalty have appointed Captain Hii!, to be Captain of the Golport Man of War, a Forty Gun Ship. The Lords of the Admiralty have order'd the Aflrea Ship of War, which was burnt by Accident in the Welt-Indies, to be rebuilt at Chatham. liv the latelt Accounts from Oilend, we have Advice, that the Seahorfe, Williams from Maryland ; and the Du:chefs Penthievre Privateer, were both got off; and in that Flarbour ; that rhe Baltimore from Maryland, was ftranued, but that her Cargoe would be fav'd : And that the others were itill afhore. There is certain Advice, that the Willet, Griffith, from St. Kitts ; and the Pembroke, from Nevis, are both carried into France. The Tryton, Leverpon, from Nevis, is taken by the French, and carried into Rochelle. The James,-, from Genoa, for London, is taken, and carried into Rochelle. The Alexander, Rofe, from London for Barbadoes, was taken by two French Privateers; but retaken by a Dutch Man of War, and brought into Plymouth. The Anne, Cliffe, from Jamaica, for London, was taken the 19th ult. by two French Privateers; but having lull her Malls was ranfom'd for 500 1. and (he is arrived at Plymouth. The Britannia, Hutchinfon, from Virginia, in her Paf-fage met two French Privateers, with whom fhe had an Engagement, in which four Men were wounded, but (he had tne good Fortune to clear herfelf. On Sunday the Right Hon. the Lord Tyrawley arrived at his Houfe in Jermayn-ftreet, St. James's, from the Court of Ruflia. The Hon. Captain Stewart, of his Majefly's Ship the Squirrel, has taken and brought into Yarmouth, the North Star Privateer of Calais, of 8 Carriage and 16 Swivell Guns. On the 26th ult. Rawleigh Privateer, Capt. Durell, brought into Cowes a i'mall French Privateer, calPd the Triumphant, belonging to Pempol near St. Maloes. Lalt Night the agreeable News came, that the Gibraltar, Michel, on whom 50 per Cent has been given, was arrived in the Downs, from Leghorn. - On Saturday lalt a young Gentleman, of a good Family, who was arretted and carried to a Spunging-Houfe in 'Drur y-lane, foon after fiabb'd himfelf in fuch a manner that his Life is defpaired of. This Morning is to be married at Rygate in Surry, John Cotton, Efq; Member of Parliament for St. Germains in Cornwall, only Son of Sir John Hind Cotton, Bart, to Mifs Nanny Parfons, [Daughter of the late Humphry Par-fons, Efq; Alderman hf Portfoken Ward, and twice Lord Mayor of London, a beautiful young Lady with a Fortune of 20,000 1. Lad Week Mr. John Jennings, an eminent Haberda-fherin King-ftreet, was married to Mifs Polly Brackftone, a Beautiful Lady, of fine Accomplifhments, and a Fortune of 2coo 1. Fcrtune. On Saturday laft died, at his Lodgings in Cornhill, Mr. Bartholomew Bearfley, an eminent Oporto Merchant, a Grntleman much elteem'd by all that knew him. Yefterday Morning died of an Ulcer in his Bladder, in Barnaby-ftreef, Southwark, Mr. Roger Bradley, many Years a Collector of theExcife, but having acquired a plentiful Fortune, retired from Bufinefs. On Friday laft died in an advanced Age, after a few Hours Illnefs, at his Houfe in Miles's-lane, Cannon-ftreet, Mr. James Parrot, who for many Years enjoy'd a Place of Profit under the Directors of the Eaft-India Company. Yefterday a certain Carver was committed to Clcrken-well Bridewell, for further Examination, by Sir Thomas De Veil, upon a flrong Sufpicion of having had Carnal Knowledge of a Child of about Seven Years of Age, to whom he went to Bed, has given her the Foul-Difeafe, and lacerated her Body, in a very vile manner. Yefterday Elizabeth Percival was committed to the Gate=-houle, by Sir Thomas De Veil, for four different Felonies, and the be ft Part of all the Goods found at her Lodgings, by a Search Warrant, amounting to the Value of about 1 co !. On Friday next the great Match at CRICKET, ma 744) 923 4ths a 5 8ths. Ditto 1745, 91 1 8th. Million Bank 1/4 1 ha'f. Equivalent 110. Royal Aflurance 84 1 half. London Affurance 11 1 8th a 1 4th. Englifh Copper 5 1. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 5 1. jos. Pr. India Bonds 1 1. 18 s. a 17 s. Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies 21. 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 15 a 1 8th Years Purchafe. - NEW WE'LL S. AT the New Wells,/ near the London^ Spa*), Clerhniuell, this and every Evening (during the Summer Seafon) will be prefented Variety of New Performances, w'a. Tumbling by Mr. Williams, Mr. Rayrier, and Mr. Hough, viz. Mr. Williams will fly over Sixteen Mens-,Heads, and the GIANT. Rope-Dancing by the celebrated Mifs Rayn*r,.;who walks up a Slanting Rope 100 Feet long, from the Bottgrii ofythe Stage to the Upper Gallery. ' Variety of New Songs by Mr. Brett, Mifs Lincoln, and* Mifs Vaux. Several Grand Dances, Serious and Comic. The Whole to Conclude with anew Entertainment of Mufick, call'd BACCHUS and G-I R C E. Interfpers'd with a new Piece in Grotefque >Characters, call'd As You Like It j or, Harlequin's Whim. Bacchus by Mr. Brett; Circe by Ajlifs Lincoln j The Character of Harlequin by Mr.iRofoman ; Servant by Mr. Hough 5 Colombine by Mrs. Hough. lie Scenes, Machines, Mufuk, and Drtffts, all entirely New. To begin every Evening at Five a.' Clock Each Peffon 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. THOMAS DORMER, At the Three Golden Tobacco-Pipes in Brewhoufe-Yard near the Hermitage ; H Making his Fine PIPES, Glaz'd at the Ends (of differ
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