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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 11, 1845, London, Middlesex Hi*. THU^S D. A Y, July i t, '1745. M^INriii.tfceDowns h'rs Maje-fty's 8hi*a $feke afd iLudiow- J$K iWC^ �fdiat0/ wjiIk Uje. Ul^aj&bound, as m my kilt Wind I^.byE. The pky$, R^l*y, from Antigua, 5pW and that nothing df Confequence had happened, only the Light Troops On both Sides frequently ikinnifljed together. Letters from Nuremberg advife, that a Body of 8000 Auftrians, lately drawn from Bavaria, are aftually marching through the Circle of Franconia, in their Way to the Grand TJuke'5 Army oh the Mayn ; and that a Treaty was fignedat Munich the 2d Inftant; N.S. by Virtue of which i 20&0 Bavarian Troops are going to march for Prince Charles's Army in Bohemia. ExtraQ of a Letter from faenna, 'ftify 3, N.S. * The lft Inftant theQueen went to St. Stephen's Church, * where Publick Prayers have been ordered, for imploring * a Blefiing from HeaseCon her Majeity's Arms. * The Duke of Aremberg's Equipages, which were � to have been fent away to Italy; have been coduwmanded � * and we bear that the Queen has appointed him to com- * mand in the Army under Prince Charles of Lorrain- * An Edift is to be publifhed forthwith in all the (Queen's � Hereditary Countries, for laying on a new Pdll-Tax, to- * wards enabling her Majefty to carry on this War; As * the City of Prague is fo large, that it requires no lefs than * 20,000 Men to make a good Defence there, in Cafe of a * Siege, the Court has reiolved to raze the greateft Part of * the Fortifications, and leave only tfcofe on the Right-fide 4 of the Moldau. The Inhabitants of that great City, we * hear, have made Reprefentations on this Head; but with- * out Succefs. Baron Roth is appointed Commandant 1 there. * The 1 ft Inftant an Exprefs arrived from the Army in * Bohemia, but his Difpatches are not yet made ptrblick. * It was given out a few Days ago, that the Hungarian In- * forgents had forprized in the Night, the Town of Schweidnitz, Cut in Pieces the Troops in it, delivered about zooo Prifoners that had been iant thither, and then fct Fire to the Town of Strichau 7 but as the Court has not publifhed any Thing of k, and that it is four Days fince any Exprefs arrived'from that C6untry', we doubt the Truth of this Intelligence. tetter from the'Hague, Juty 15/ N.S. * We have Advice from Prancfort, that the Combined * Army under the Command of the.Grand Duke of Tuf-4 cany, is.arrived at Eriebach, within a League and half � of that City, and that the Prince bf Conti does at laft ' feem to think of repaffing'the Rhine, haying not only � fent away all his Bkrgfcafce^b^end'ihat River, and.fud- * derily di&bminued the Works atjfroechft, but likewife * removed his 'Quarters tatJetau. -One of Prince Charleys * Aides de Camp, has brought Advice to the Grand Duke 4 i *- i I i of Tufcany, that the Pruffians having again attempted the Pai&ge of the. Elb\ were fo vjgoroufly repuHed, that tljey left abo\e 2000 tyeo dead, on the Spot, and had at leaft twke as' many woundecl ; after which the Pruffian Army retreated towards the Mountains, being continually harrafled by the Croatians and Pandoures. * We have received from Flanders, a Confirmation of what was feid laft Pott concerning General Molck, with the following PartJtalarsl That this General having received Orders at Aloft to fend a Reinforcement to Den-dermoo f,the Allies came and encamped in the Neighbourhood of Bruftels, from whence it has, perhaps, alfeadyaaStreated to Vilvorden. We are pofitively akured that this Army will fat fpcedily reinforced by 10,000 Munfter Troops* � According to Advices from Very good Hands; the Prtidians of the Camp of Magdebourg have received Orders, in approaching the Frontiers of Saxdriy, to repair to Silefia ; and we are affured that they are actually on the March thither, to put a Stop to the great Progrefs of the Infurgents in that Province. � PS. This Moment the Valet de Chambre of M. Kinfchot, the Republick's Refident at BrufTels, arrives Poft from that City, wkh Advice, that the French have occupied the City of Ghent, the Citadel ftill holds out, and that General Molck has retired to the Sas of Ghent with the reft of his Men. We have received Advice at the fame time, that the Army of the Allies has marched through Bruffels, going to Vilvorden. Laft Night it was rumour'd, that the French had made themfclves Mailers of Bridges. We hear, that the Drattght of 500 Men from the Foot-Guards, which was made Yeftcrday, will embark this Day forOftend. We hear<. that the Lord Lempfter, Son to the Eafl of Pomfret, aft Officer in Sir Robert Rich's Dragoons, was taken Prifoner in the late Skirmifh in Flanders. Yefterday Morning early Sir He�tor M'Lean, and the two others, token �p lately in Scotland, were brought to Town under a Guard, and committed to the CuftOdy bf a Meftenger in Charje�-ftreet Wine, which was fpiz*d in the River, for having on board prohibited Qopds, was, on a Petition ordered to be reftofd, paying the Value of the Wine, which is 693 1. % s. 9 d. The fame Day the Diana,: a French Privateer, taken by the rGreyhound Matt of War, wa^condemn'd as a legal Capture. Captain William M'Kenzie, an experienc"d Officer, and who had long fcrved 10 Ruflii, is appointed Major of the new Highland Regiment, commanded by the Right Hon. the Earl of Loudon. The Commifiioners of the Navy have appointed Mr. Kettle to be Purfer of the Milford, a 5c Gun Ship now fitting out at Portfmouth. A few Days ago Thomas Delamain, Efq; Secondary of the Compter, was married to Mifs Smith of Canterbury, a perfectly agreeable Lady, with a very confiderable Fortune. Yefterday was e^er'd Inwards at the Cuftomhoufe 13000 lb. weight of Raw Silk, a Commodity very much wanted amongit the Weavers in Spiral-fields. A few Days fince died fudderily; at Edderflon in Northumberland, John Forfter, Efq; of an ancient Family in that Place. Yefterday a Labouring Man was brought from Stanmore and committed to Newgate, for the barbarous Murder of his Wife, the Evening before, by cutting her Throat from Ear to Ear, and afterwards ripping her up in a moft (hocking manner. On Sunday Night as Mr. Singleton, a Publica�i in Oxford Road, was returning to Town from Windfor, he was robb'd of five Guineas near Hounflow by two Highwaymen, who got clear off with their Booty. Yefterday the Seflions began at the Old-Bailey, when 20 Prifoners were tried, Twelve of whom were caft for Tranfportation, and Eight acquitted. "Higl after 7. Water this Day at London-Bridge at i$ Minute3 '; ' ' T*~' -'----- - "* -- _.___a Bank-Stock 143 3 gths a 5 8ths. India Ditto 184 3 4ths a 1 4th a 1 half. Sou:h-Sea Stock 108 1 half. Ditto Old Annuities 110 ; 8thi. Ditto New 111 a 1 8th. Three per Cent. Annuities 91. Ditto 1742 91. Ditto 1743, and l744} Di"0 I74?� 84 3 4ths. Million Bank 115. Equivalent 116 1 half. Royal AITurance 84I half. London Aflurarice 11 1 8th a 1 4th. Engliftl Copper 5 1. Seven per Cent, Emperor's Loan no Price. Five'per Cfiht. Ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 5I. 7 s. 6 d. India Bonds 1 1. 9 s. a 8 s. a 9 s. Prera. Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 1 4th Difc. Thhe and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders no Price. Three per Cent. Ditto no Price. Lottery Tickets 18 s. a 17 s. 6 d. Pr. Life Annuities 14 3 4ths Years Purchafe. G O O D M A N's-F I E L D S. AT the NEW WELLS, the Bottom of Ltmon-ftrett, Goidfnatf t-titldt, this Evening, will b: feveral New Performances, -via. Dancing jby Mr. Shawford, Madem. Dural, Mr. CheHe, V-j, Pritchard, Mr. Cufliing, Mifj Shawford, Mr. Baker, and Mrs. Dominique. Aope-Dancing by Monf. Hendrick, Mr. M >rri-, &c4 Singing by Mr. Cunningham, and Mr. Afpey. Tumbling, Ladder-Dancing, and feveral New Equilibres by Monf. hendrick, with a Pyramid of Glafles, all fupported by a Needle, with its Point upon the Edge of a Glsfs, which he holds in hit Mouth. To which will be added a new Entertainirtent, call'd f HARLEQUIN a DESERTER-^ Or, %he Camp of Love. The CKarafter of ilarlequifl by Mr. Cufhing; Colomolfie, Mia Dove; French Nobleman, Mr. Shawford ; Spaniard, by Mr. Dove 5 Colombiiie's Maid, Airs. Cufhing ; Captain of the Guard, Mr. Cunningham ; Centinel. Mr. Morris; the Fifllerman, Mr. Chettle j the four Cupids by Mafter Morgan, Mafter Datis, Mafter Hendrick^ Mafter Howard. Voluntjers, by Mr. Chettle, Mrs. Pritchard, Mr. Baker, Mifs Shawford, Mr� Afpey, Mrs. Dominique; Genitis, Mr* Cunningham J and the^art of the French Servant by Monf. Hendricfc. To begin every Evening at Five o'Clock. Note, The Scenes^ Machines, Mufiqk, and. CloatBs^.are .all cn� tJrely New, and not borrow'd from any other Entertainments. NEW WELLS. AT the New Wells, near the London-Spavin, fctcrktnibkll, this and every Evening (during the Surfi.* mer Seafon) will be preftnted Variety of New Performances, vi'x. Tumbling by Mr. Williams, Mr; Jtaynerj and Mr. Hough. , Rope-Dancing by the celebrated Mifs Rayner, who walks up1 si Slanting Rope loo Feet long, from the Bottom of the Stage to the Upper Gallery. Variety ot New Songs by Mr. Brett, Mifs Lincoln, and Mifj >au*j Several Grand Dances, Serious and Comic, ftope-dancing by the famous Young GIANT. The Whole to Conclude wifh a new Entertainment of Mufick, ealT
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