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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 22, 1845, London, Middlesex M O N t) A Y, l-isilr 22, 1745- ZW, 20. i AfLED this Morning his Maje-jetty's Sloop Weazel to the Weft-ward, and the Young Noll Privateer to theNorthward. Remain the Prince George,' Dake, and Bridgwater Men of War, Baltimore, and JJinchingbroke "Sloops, JEtna Firefl�ip, and the Outward-bound Ships as in my laft ; and the King George, * Whaley, for =Dublin ; and Pretty Betfey, Nevvham, for Weymouth. Wind N.W. LONDON. Since our laft arriyed the Mails due from Holland and Flanders, According to Advices from Perfia, dated the zift of April, Shah Nadir had convoked at Hifpahan, all the Governors arid Grandees of that Empire, in order to get them to confirm a folemn Aft, whereby he declares his Grand-fon A del Shah Preemptive Heir to the Perfian Throne. They alfo tell us, that two Embaffadors were arrived there from Turkey, charged with Propositions of Peace j but the Shah received them with a great deal of Haughti-^ fiefs and Difdain, and fiJenced them the Moment they dropt a few Words concerning fome Reftituikms demanded by the Grand Signor. One of the Shah's Secretaries having been fb unadviled as to fay fomething in Favour of the Fropofals of the Turki/h EmbafTadprs, endured the Bafti-riado three Da) s fucceflively, at the Rate of 200 Blows each Day j after which the Shah pardoned him, declaring at the lame Time, that whofoever fbould prefume to make him any fuch Propofals.for the futuie, the like Punifhmet.t would be inflicted on hfm. They wiite from Tortona of the 6th Inftant, N.S. that the Aultrian Army was squally encamped at St. Juiiano, in a very advantageous Poit between Tortona and Alexandria dela Paglia. They add, that the Infant Don Philip was at Acqui in the Dutchy of Mon ferrat, and that his Royal Highnefs had pubiilhed a Manifaito theie, in which he aflames the Title of lawful Heir to the Dominions of .the Spanifli Monarchy in Italy, pofi'effed by the King of Sardinia. Letters from Genoa of the 10th Inftant, N.S. advife, that .trie Infant Don Philip had begun his March from Acqui towards Alexandria, and that Genital Count Gage, whofe Army lay between Gavi and Novi, only waited for the Relt of his Artillery, in order to advance towards Tortona. Extra�i of a Letter from Turin, July 5, 'N.S. ' The Marquels Curio, Envoy Extraordinary from the � Republick pf Genoa, went the ift Inftant to the Mar- * quefs de Gorfegne, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, ' and deliver'd to him the Republick's Declaration, as 4 mentioned in our laft ; to which the Marquefs de Gor-.' fegne, made Anfwer, that he would acquaint the King ' -with the Matter. Two Days after, M. Ruiberti, � the Under Secretary of that Department, went to the ' Marquefs Curio, and read to him a Counter Declaratinn, ' which in Subftanceis as follows, ' That how ftrange foever the Step juft taken by the * Republick of Genoa might be, the King was not furprizM * at it : That his Majeily had long expected fome fuch ex- * traordinary Proceeding on her Part, confidering the Par-' tiality of her Behaviour towards the Crowns of France ' and Spain : That the Grievance fhe alledgedagainft the ' King, with Refpeft to the Treaty of \Vorms, was a * Thing which he had always been ready td give an Anfwer ' to j fince, fetting afide the Nullities that; might be found * in the Conceffion relating to the Marquifate of Final, the * Intereft of Italy in general, and that of his Majefty in � particular, were fufficient Motives for oppofing the 4 Facility which the Crown of Spain found in difturbing 4 the Tranquility of Italy by the Help of the Repub- * lick's Ports : And that as a Step of fuch a Nature as * the Republick had juft taken, could not butexpofe her * to the Refentment or the great Powers whom (he thereby * offended, (he muft impute to none but herfelf the Evils * it may bring upon her and her Subjefts, befides the Sa-� tisfaclion, and the proper Security which they will hive 4 a Right to demand from her at a General Peace. Since the above Declarations, M. Villette, Envoy from * from the King of Great-Britain, is fet out for Leghorn, 4 from whence he is to go ab�ard the Britifh Fleet, in/ or-4 der to concert with Admiral Rowley the Operations that 4 are to be executed on the Coaft of Genoa, where that * Fleet is to act as Auxiliary to the King our Sovereign. 4 As Admiral Rowley is now near the Streights Mouthywe � * reckon it may be th-ee Weeks or a Month before he will 4 be ready to undertake any thing againft the Genoefe: In � the: mean time Commodore Ofborne's Divifibn, which v confifts of eight or nine Men of War, may do them foine 4 Mifchietatthe Places moft expofed, as. Noli, Vado, 8a-4 vbna, St. Peter, d'Arena, Porto Fino, Seftri\&c. According to the laft Letters from the Combined Army inBohemia1 the^th Infl. N.S. in the Night, the Pruffians laid two. Bridges ever the Elb near Nochenitz. and the nextT>ay planted many pieces of Cannon on the Banks of that River, 'fendjpg at thje lame time a Detachment to Rei-chenau on the Road to Moravia ; which Prince Charles having timely Notice of, he immediately detached fererai Regiments to fuftain General Nadafti, who Was pofted on that fide 5 but on the 1 3th Advice was brought "to the Au-ftrian Camp, that the Pruffians had abandoned Reichenau, and re-joined the main Body of their Army ; fince which nothing material has happened. According to Advices from Broffels of the 22d Inftant, NyS. it was on the 18th that the French entered Bruges, the Garrifon of which had retreated in Time, and followed to Ollend the Remains of the Corps under General Molckj fd that they look upon this laft Town to be fufficiently provided for a Siege, tii cafe tfee Flinch come up to it. The Army of the Allies Was B\l behind the Canal pf Vilyorden, ensftiHg Redoubts alohgtlieiGanal, end repairing the Fbrti-fications of that Place. The Communication -with Antwerp h well fecured. The EarKof Crawford, at the Head of 14 Squadrons and four Pieces of Cannon, was'gone to meet four Regiments of Auftrian Troops, that were coming from Namare to reinforce die Army. Letters from Courtray of the 24th Inftant, N.S. advife, that the French- have Made themfetves Makers of Damme, above Bruges, and of Fort Plaflendaal, which lies within a League of Oftend. Ex trad of a Letter from Brujfels, July 26, N.S. 4 The Duke of Cumberland's Quarters were remov'd � the 23d in the Evening from D�eghem to Saventhem. ' the Allies continue throwing up Intrenchments along the ' Canal and all other convenient Places. As foon as the ' French had done at Ouderiard, they made a confiderable ' Detachment, in order to take poll at divers Places near * Dendermond, whicITmuftbe quite invefted by this Time. * We hear from Sluy?, that a French Captain was arrived ' there ~ to affure the Commandant in the King's Name, 4 that his Majefty was forry-his Approach mould give any ' Umbrage, but that he (the Commandant) might affure 1 himfelf that his Troops fhould undertake nothing againft ' the Republick's Places. However, the faid Comman-' dant keeps upon his Guard, and the Inhabitants of that 4 and fome neighbouring Places are fending away their beft ' ErTecls into Zealand. We are affured that a Body of ' 15,000 French paffed by Bruges the 19th Inftant, going ' to Ollend with a fine Train of Artillery, and that all ' the Sluices were opened there the 23d. Extract of a Letter from the Hague, July 27, N.S. Accordirg to tie Advices brought hither by Lieute-4 nant-Geneibl Sm ffaert's Expiefs, the Prince of Conti's 4 Retreat has colt the French feveral hunded Men, killed, 4 wounded,and taken Prifoners. The Letters which Barcn * Reifchach received by another Courier contain the fame 4 Account. On the other hand, the Difpatches received 4 by the Abbede la Ville, the French Minifter, fay, that 4 ihe PafTage of the Rhine was perform'd in excellent Or-4 der, and without any Lofs. Letters from Neutral Places, ' fuch as Darmitadr, Francfort, Hanau, and Cologne, fix ' the Lcfs of the Fiench at 600 or 800 Men. However it ' be, the Grand Duke does not defign to crofs over after 4 jhem, but is going to take up his Quarters between the * Rhii.e and the Neckar, where he intends to remain 'till 4 the Imperial Election is over, and obferve the Motions 4 of the French. The 20th and 21ft, 3000 Men, being * Part of a Reinforcement of 8000 ccming from Bavaria, 4 arrived in the Grand Duke's Army ; fo that it Is now ' reckoned to be upwards of 60,000 ftrong. From Flanders we hear, that the King of France went 4 to Ghent the 24th, and that feveral Foreign Minifters ' were already fet out from Lifle for the faid Place. Ac-4 cording to the Capitulation granted to the Garrifon of 4 Oudenard, the Engfilh are to be made Prifoners of War; ' but the Dutch march out upon the fame Conditions as , were impofed on the Garrifon of Tourr.ay. On Saturday Evening the Hon. Captain Montagu (Bro* ther to the Earl of Sandwich) Commander of his Majefty's Ship the Mermaid, arrived in Town from Cape Breton, and brought the agreeable News, that on the 14th of June the Garrifon hung out the White FJag, and the Capitulation was figned the, 15th, the principal Condition of which is, that the faidyGarrifon are to be tranfported to France at our Expenc/-Captain'Dciiglafs who commanded the Mermaid in her late gallant Engagement with the Vigilant, of 64 Guns, was, by Commodore'Warren, appointed Commander of the faid Ship, and Lieutenant Montagu mace Captain of the Mermaid. As foon as thi s joyful'News was made known, there were Rejoicings in different Parts of the Tows', particularly at Ratclfff-Croff, where a Number of the moft eminent Perfons in Trade thereabouts affembled at the Ship Tavern, and ordered a very large Bonfire to be made, gave a quantity of Drink to the Populace.and ipent the Evening in Loyalty, and drinking the Healths of the brave Commanders and others concerned in; this glorious Expedition. On Saturday Morning came Advice that the Cruizer Privateer, Capt. John Sutherland, has taken and brought ino Dover a Ship iaden -with Wines from the Canaries, with 20,000 Dollars on board. Yefterday was ifiarried at St. Dunftan's, Stepney, Mr. Rowe, an emiheh^Malfter to Mifs Sally Chambers, only Daughter and Heirefs of the late Dr. Chambers ; an agreeable young Lady, with a Fortuueof 500c!. Laft Week died Mrs. Pepys, in Parttierihip with Mr. Clark, an eminent Brewer in Southwaik,'reckon'd very rich. Some Days fince died at Chefter Leonard Piggot, Efq; a Gentleman much refpe&ed by ail that wete5 ^ejaainted with him. On Saturday Morning died Mr. Daniel Hahn, Mafter of the Bagnio in Behbn-ltreet; who was Cupper to1 her late Majefty. Lail Saturday Morning died.at his Houfe is Islington, in the 80th Year of his Age, Mr. Puilen, an eminent Cow-keeper. On Saturday Night laft was buried a very handfome manner, at Shadgfej) Church,' ftej Coi-pfe of the Widow Sh'akefpear, who" died a few Days fince, much lamented. Mother of Mr.'Sbaktffpear, an eminent Ropemaker at Stepney. On Saturday laft the notorious Michael' Bum, who was one of the Perfons concerned, in that Tragical Scene Selcfibed in an Advertifement in the Daily Advertifer of the 24th ofjunejaft, for. butchering info cruel a manner William Cox, and John Middleton of his Majefty's Royal Train of Artillery ; the firft of which continues fo ill from the Wounds he received that there \s litfle or �o Hopes of his Life, was taken and brought before Sir Thomas JD* Veil, and committed to the Gatehouferin Oder to be try^d for his Life, if the faid Cox dies ; or, for a Mifdemeanour, if he Ihould recover, probably for 9' 1 4th- Ditto 1745 90. Million Bank 1-15. Equivalent 1 10 1 half. Royal Affurance 84 5 8ths. London Affurancc 11 iStha 1 4th. Englrfh Copper 5 1. Seven per -Cent.. -Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent. Ditto Ao Price. Bank Circulation 5 I. 7s.6d. India Bonds 1 1. 13 s. a 14 s. Pr. Three anda half SaltTallies 3 3 8ths Difc. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders no Price. Three per Cent. Ditto 11 Difc. Lottery-Tickets 18 s. 6 d. Pr. Life An-� nuiries 14 5 8ths Years Purchafe. G O O D M A N's-F I E L D S. AT the NEW WELLS, the Bottom of Lemon'ftrect, Goodman*t-Fieldt, this Evening, will be feveral New Performances, viss. Dancing by Mr. Shawford, Madem. Duval, Mr. Chertle, Mr*. Pritchard, Mr. Cufliing, Mife Shawford, Mr.Baker, and Mrs. Di-toiniqoe. Rope-Dancing by Monf. Henckkk, Mr. Morris,. &c. Singiflg by Mr. Cunningham, andMnArpey. Tumbling, Ladder-Dancing, and feveral New Equllibres by Monf. Hendrklc, with a Pyramid of Glafles, all. fupported by aNeedle, with its Point upon the Edge of a Glafs, which he holds in his Mouth. To which will be added- a new Entertainment, call'd HARLEQUIN a DESERTER; ' Or, The Camp of -Love. The Character of Harlequin by Mr. Ctdhing; Cblambiae, Mri. Dove; French Nobleman, Mr. Shawford ; .Spaniard, Mr. Morris ; Colombine's Maid, Mrs. Cufliing } Captain of the Guard, Mr. Cunningham ; Centinel, Mr. Morris; the Ft&erman, Mr. Chettfe ; the four Cupids by Mafter Morgan, Mafter Davis, Mafter Hendrklc, Mafter Howard. Voluntiers, by Mr. Chettle, Mrs. Pritehard, Mr. Baker, Mifs Shawford, Mr. Afpey, Mrs. Dominique j Genius, Mr. Cunningham ; the Clown, Mr. Dove ; And the Part ofthe French Servant by Monf. Hendricfc.. To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. Note, The Scenes, Machines, Mufick, and Cloaths, are all entirely New, and not borrow'd from ?ny Other Entertainments. Every One will be admitted for a Pint of Wine or Punch as^fuat. Far SALE by the CANDLE, At LLOYD's Coffee-Haufe in Lcmbard-Street, On Wtdntfday next, at Twelve o'Clock at Noon, ~ HE good Ship DUKE of righmond, with z6 Carriage and lis Swivel Guns, Square-fternM, Rarer built, and fheathed, Burthen 275 Tons more orlefs, with exccellent Dimenfwns, and well found, now lying at Princei-Stairt, Retber' hitbt Gtarge Joad, Commander. Inventories to be ften pn Board, and at the Place of Sale. Tabe-Sold.by SAMUEL BROOKS, Broker. T to be Sold by HAND, This and thefojlouijng Dayt, at tbtGrtat Htftfe the Canter of Charles ftrtet in Seha-Syuare. ALarge Parcel of exceeding neatHoufhald Furniture, *e. eonfifting of Crimfon Silk, Damaik, DijBJty, and Cotton Furniture,&c. in Beds, Window Curtains, Chain; &c fine Down and Goofe Feather Beds, Blanket; and Quilti, Variety of exceeding'good Cabinet Work in Walnut-tree and Mahogany, viz. In Deiks and Book Cafe , Cherts of Drawers, Card Tables, Buroes. and Drefling Tables, Commodes, &c. &c. an exceeding fin� o'djapan Cabinet, inlaid with Ivory and Tortoilemell, and ftudded with Gold Pi&ures, Plate, China, Wearing Appare!,'and Book�j. fine Turkey, and Smyrna Carpets, fine Urge Pier and Chimney ClatTes and Sconcea in gilt and other Frames, two exceeding good Eight Day Clocks, Fire-Arms, and very good Kitchen Furniture, &c. AD V E RTISE M EN TS; are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-fftreet. 0
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