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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 6, 1845, London, Middlesex SATURDAY, July 6, 1745. vt., : Jk'aly fid) 5. it mmm Ships the Affiftance, \ EMAiN- bis \fajeft/s 1 Diilce^ Djaver; and r with the Ootward-bound, as in I xny.la.li; with the , Revenge, &ake,.for Gibraltar. Arrived his Majefty's Stoop Mediator, from Poftfmouth. Wind South. The Dove, Sem pie, from the Leeward Iflands, is arrived at Glafgow. � The Providence, Waiter, from Riga, at Hull. LONDON. -� Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland. Extrafi of a Letter from Venice, July i, N.S. * The Republick has refolved to affemble this Year an ' Army of Observation, as (he did in 1742 ; which will ' confift of 14,000 Regular Troops, and 6000 Militia, � and be under the Command of the Velt Marfhal Count * Schulembourg. 4 Letters from Conftantineple of the 2d of laft Month ' bring Advice, that the Republick's Bailo^iad had a-pri-' vate Audience of the Grand Vizir, in which he delivered * the Senate's Anfwer, to the Circular Letter of that � Prime Minifter relating to the Grand Signor's preferr'd ' Mediation between the Chriltian Princes. In this An- * fwer it is faid, " That the Letter which his Excellency �' was pleafed to deliver to the Bailo in order to forward it " to the Republick, had been received with fo much the " greater Satisfaction, as the Republick fees therein the " Grand Signor's Condefcenfion in amicably communica-4t tiDg to her the Offers which his Imperial Majefty had ** made to the Powers at War, towards attaining a general " Peace by his Means : That the Senate has the greater �' Senfe of it, as it is a plain Proof of his Imperial Ma-*' jelly's Good-will to the Republick, who ardently willies " that his illuftrious Excellency would reprefent to his Im-�' perial Majefty her perfect Efteem, and her lively G rati-*' tude. and how highly fhe applauds his Imperial Ma-*' jefty sDefire to fee the Sweets of Peace, fucceed the Ca-� lamities of War, which has ltk�jwife been all along the " Objed of the Republick's Wifhei: That as for the reft, fte confirms her conftant Frieridfhip'for his Imperial Ma-*4 jelly, and affures his Excellency ofSHifer peculiar Friend-,( fhip and Efteem for him, praying Heinn to grant * him long and happy Days, &c. 4 The iJailo was very gncioufly received by the Grand -. Vizir, who intimated how glad he was to fee that the 4 Republick had been the firft to anfwer his Circular Letter. * The Ruffian Minifter has alfo prefented a Memorial to * the Porte, containing the Anfwer of his Court on the * fame Subject, and the Ottoman Miniftry expect forth- * with the Anfwers of the Kings of France and Great-' Britain, and thofe of the Queen of Hungary and the * States-General of the United-Provinces. ' Our Letters from Conftantinople add, that the Port * had intimated that fhe fhould be very well pleafed to Le ' Embaffadors fent hither in the room of Sir Everard Faul- * kener and M. Kalkoen, inafmuch as the Grand Signer 4 looks upon the King of Great-Britain and the States-Ge- * neral of the United Provinces, as his good and fincere * Friends, whom he holds in the higheft Efteem. They write from Vienna, that Count Leopold Kinfky arrived there the 27th of June, N.S. from the Army in Bohemia, with Advice, that the Van-Guard of the Pruffian Army had been repulfed by the Auftrian Grenadiers, in an AtteinpTtb pafei'the Elb : And that a Courier was hkewife arrived at Vienna from the Uppcr-Silefia: with the News. that the Hungarian Infurgents having advanced up to Neifs, palled the River of that Name, and were making Incur-fions very far into the Country ; fo that it was not doubted but the King of Pruffia would foon be obliged to weaken his Army, by Tending Detachments againft the Infurgents. Advices from.Drefden fay, that the King of Hruflia has actually detached four Regiments of Foot, two of Horle, and one of Huffars, to Silefia, in order to protect the Inhabitants againft the Infurgents. They add, that there was a very fharp Engagement on the 29th or June, N.S. between the Light Troops of both Armies in Bohemia, which ended to the Difadvantage of the Pruffians : That the next Day a Grand Council of War was held in the Aullrian and Saxon Camp, and in Confequence of the Refolutions taken therein, the Combined Army drew near Pardubitx the ift of July, where it occupies a very advantageous Pofh Extra3 of a Letterfrom Francfort, Julyi, N.S. J^e^S� from Germany : Soon after which it wis Cbni^aii^wK firm'd, that on Monday MoriuilgU^bthtfp^S^be^^^^ neral Engagement between the ^myxtM^tlk-CoWiii^i of the Generals Traun and M^^&iti'ilfil^ wft&'tfhe Prince of Contj, in which thelatte^jftfeid&fiaty^jN^^ip' I ofs of 15000 killed and wounded/.jBltheliefi^lal^fl all their Artillery : -Which News w^%&Cixeiy^^MlY men with Confirmation. .ir. -. 4 Yefterday an Account came, that the Duke efH^&r-4 berland, .-, from Oporto in 23 Days was arrived at 4 Plymouth, and. brings Advice, that ^1 Vetfel frop l^fiw-4 foundland (arrived there) brought an Accovni, J^at jjiu^en * he came from thence, the Two Brothelr^QranjiajuJ^-hkA 4 bees difpatched thither, from CapeBreiqn, orytheioth. 4 of May, at which Time five EnglHh Men of War, arid 4 1 3 Arm'd VelTels, with 3000 Land Forces, lay before, 4 it-; who had already made themferves Matters ot a grand ' Battery of 32 Guns, Forty-two Pounders j and. Captain 4 Grantland fays, that Commodore Warren expected to be 4 viry foon in Poffeffion of that important Place.. On Monday laft the Exeter Privateer, Capt. Pennell, arrived at Plymouth.-She failed from Lifbon on the 3d ult. on a Cruize; and on the 5th following fell in with a large Spanifh Ship off Cape St. Vincent, (fuppos'd to be homeward-bound, as being deeply laden) with wh^m they ex-chang'd three Broadfidcs, when the Exeter's Bowfprit was fhot through, which oblig'd them to bring to, and fecure their Foremaft in the beit manner they could ; then the Spaniard made fail from them, and fir'd t;-o Guns to Leeward. The Exeter had two kill'd, and ten wounded. Letter from :iou:bamptcn, July 4. 4 I am forry to tell you bad News, the Prince Georgfe 4 Privateer, Capt. Talbot, in ch.fing a Prize, fotnJer'd t 4 Sea aDout a Fortnight ago, by running foul on a Wreck 4 floating upon the w.-.t r 5 by A-hich ViiifvitUiio trie C p-' tain and all the Crew wert- drcv,n'd, eYt.pt :q. w,q ' were taken up by her Confort, ihc Duke.- hh Ne.vs is 4 too true, for we have feveral Siiips arrived from Oporto 5 ' and Mr. Eafon, Mafter of one of heie Ships vVJi en 4 board the Duke; and Capt. Morcock affirms what i 4 now write on this melancholly Subject.' A Sloop arrived at Plymouth from Oporto, left the Portugal Fleet, of near qo Sail the Day before, under Con^ voy of one Man of War, about io_Leagues to the Weft-ward of the Lizard. * His Majelty's Ships, with the Fleet of Merchantmea under their Convoy, fail'd from Portland Road on Wednef-day laft, with the Wind at N.N.E. Yefterday the Cruizer Privateer, (late one of his Majefly't Ships of War)"commanded by Captain Sutherland, beirg compleatly fitted and Mann'd, fell down to the Hope, from whence fhe will fail with the firft fair Wind, to Cruize on the French and Spaniards. On Tuefday laft his Majefty's Plate of One Hundred Guinejs, was_ run for at Nottingham, which was won by Mr. Martindale's Horfe Regu/us, againft whom three ftartedj but he won the two firft Heats with Eafe. Yefterday the great Cricket Match, for qoo Guineas, was play'd in the Artillery, and won by the Country, who had four Hands to come in, when the Game was up. i Laft Saturday was married at St. Albans, Mr. Faiibrc- ther, an eminent Timber Merchant in Ratcliff Highway. to Mils Sally fackfon of the fame Place, an agreeable Lady with 2000 1. Fortune. On Thurfday lalt died, at his Houfe in Broad-ftreet, Soho, Mr. Paine, an Apothecary of confiderable Bufinefs, ard good Character. Lalt Ttefday died at Hale-End near Woodford, Mr.. Sheldon, formerly an eminent Diftiller in Whitechapel' \ his Fortune, which is very confiderable, he has bequeath'd to his Nephew, a Student at Cambridge. Yefterday one John Harris, a Soldier that has made it a Practice to inlift into and defert from feveal Regiments, was brought up from Briltol, under a ftrong Guard, and committed to the: Savoy. Yefle day Rofs Lincoln was committed to Newgate, by Sir '1 homas De Veil, for felonioufly taking out of the Lodgings of Mrs. Eleanor Holland, a great Quantity of Linnen, the Property of Andrew Legg, Efqj This is to Acquaint all Gentlemen, and Others^ THAT the Houfe, (late WIGLEY's near Lambttb-Marjh,) is now kept by EDWARD POWELL, late of Bijhopfgate-Jireet, where he hopes to have rhe Favour of his Friearfs ; and all proper Care fliall be taken to ha�e the beft of* yery Thing in its Kind, with proper Attendance, By tbtir Humble Servant, Edward Powell. Note, There will be a good Ordinary every Sunday at Eight-pence per Head ; Dinner to be on the Table at Half an Hour after One of the Clock. 4 r#n>- : ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-ftreec.
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