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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 29, 1845, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. MONDAY,   July 29,   1745, Deal, July 27. IEMAIN in the Downs the Duke* Prince George, Dover, Milford, and Rofe Men of War, and the Cruizer Privateer j the Shirley, Thompfon ; Sally, Lane; Bedford, Draper; Humphry, Wil-kinfon; Theophila, Goddard ; and Lucretia, Read, for Jamaicaj King George,CoMhare, for Antigua ; Richmond, Prefton, for Mahone $ Ranger, Blake, for Gibraltar ; Dublin Merchant, Thomas, for Dublin � and the Ships for Portf* mouth. Arrived Neptune, Dore, from Cape Fare in North Carolina.   Wind S.S.E. The Sarah and Eliza, Sacket; Hill-Gaily, Gorman; and Byam, Bulkley, from London, are arrived at Antigua. LONDON. Yefterday arrived the Mails from Holland and Flanders. They write from Madrid of the i 3th of July, N.S. that 6oco Men are to be embarked forthwith at Ferrol, and 'tis given out that they are defigned for the Weft-Indies. According to Advices from Genoa of the 17th Inft. N.S. The Marquis Brignoles, General in Chief of the Repub-lick's Troops, fet out the 13th for Count Gage's Army, vtfhich had received all the Artillery fent to it from Naples. This Army decamped the next Day, and took the Route of Capriata, in order to have a (ree Communication with the Infant Don Philip's Army : They are to form three Corps, which are to aft Separately. French Troops were arriving daily at Nice, and marching over the Mountains to Soi-pello, in order to lay Siege to Savorgo, in Conjunction with the Troops that are in the Neighbourhood of Barce'onetta. They add, by way of P.S. that the Junction of the Infant Don Philip'sArmy with that of Count Gage wasjuit made, and that every Tning was getting ready for the Siege of Tortona. Advics from Pavia fay, that the King of Sardinia had fixed his Head Quarters at Alexandria de Pagtia, after throwing 4000 Piedmonteze Troops into Tortona ; and that Count Schulenbourg, the Auftrian General, had quitted his Camp under the Cannon of Tortona, and pitched his Tents between Tulence and Alexandria de la Paglia. His Sardinian Majelty has ifTued an Ordinance, enjoining 'all his Subjects in general to look upon the Genoefe as his Enemies, and to treat them as fuch, as often as Opportunity offers. They write from Cafl*eJ, that Prince William of Heffc inteads to fct out the Beginning of next Month for Scania, in order to have an fnterview with his Brother the King of Sweden, whofe Voyage to Germany will net take Place this Year. Letters from Francfort fay, that the Army under the Grand Duke of Tufcany decamped the 26th Inftant, N.S. from Lorfch, and marched for Weinheim, where his Royal Highnefs has fixed his Head Quarters: Some Auftrian Troops are on the Neckar, and have feized three French Veflels on that River laden with Provifions. As for the Prince of Conti s Army, it was actually encamped within a League of Manheim ; his Serene Highnefs has left his Troops at Worms to cover the Magazines there: He alfo keeps advanced Guards towards Oppenheim, to watch the Motions'of General Bernclau, who is ftill on this Side the Rhine with his Body of Troops. The French give out, that they ihall be fpeedily reinforced by a Body of 25, or 30,000 Men draughted from the Places on the Meufe and the Mofelle, and that they will afterwards pafs the Rhine again. We hear from Aloft by Letters of the 31ft Inft. N.S. that the French have actually a Body of 30,000 Men encamped above Bruges on the Canal of Oftend. According to Advices from Bruffels, the French King rn:de his Entry at Ghent the 30th of July, N.S. artd-Count Lowendahl has been detached from the Army with feveral Brigades, but upon what Enterprize they could not guffs at Bruffels. Count Konigfegg has been to Antwerp, and given Orders for putting that City and its Citadel in a Pofture of Defence, as alfo the Fort called the Head of Flanders. They are actually removing the moft valuable Effects and Furniture of the Court of Bruffels, and the Archives too, to a Place of greater Safety. Part of the Equipages and Baggage of the Confederate Army was filing off towards Mechlin ; and the Governor of Antwerp had ordered all the Trees near that City to be cut down, upon Intelligence that the French intend to pay him a Vifit. They add, by way of P.S. that the Army of the Allies made a Motion the ift cf Auguft, N.S. in order to retreat towards Mechlin. Ex trad of a Letter from the Hague, Augujl 3, N.S. . 4 Mr. Trevor, the Britifh Envoy Extraordinary, recei- * ved a Courier the 30th of laft Month from Hanover, and ' difpatched him directly to London.    On this Occafion * we have learned that there is a Convention made between * the King of Great-Britain and the Landgrave of Hefle ' Cartel, which was figned the 16th of June, and ratified * the 22d of July : By this Convention the Landgrave en-' gages to furnifh Great-Britain with a Body of 6000 Men, * who fhall begin their March without Delay to the Grand ' Duke of Tufcany's Army. It is not yet known whether ' thefe 6000 Men will remain in that Army, or whether ' they will be fent from thence to the Netherlands. ' We hear from Drefden, that Count Kevenhuller has * left that Court highly pleafed with the Succefs of his ' Commiffion, his Polifh Majefty having aflured him with ' nis own Mouth, that he will not only concur in the re-' iloring the Activity of the Vote of Bohemia, andraifing " the Grand Duke to the Imperial Throne, but will do all ' that lies in his own Power to gain thefe two important * Points. �It is ftill faid that 6000 Bavarian Troops are to be ta-' ken into the Service of the Court of Drefden, in order to ' replace the like Number of Saxons, who are to be em-4 ployed on the Rhine or in the Netherlands� but we * cannot yet be pofitive on this Head. * We bear that fome Men of War will be fpeedily ftatio- < ned on the Coalt of Zealand. Eatra3 of the Journal of the Saxon Auxiliary Army in Bohemia, near Konigingratx, On the 19th Inft. Word was brought from our Left, that the Pruflians were throwing new Bridges over the Elbe, in the Neighbourhood of Schmirfchitz, and the Deferters which joined us chris Day, declared, that there was a great Motion in their Camp, and that the Army was preparing to change its Situation. As foon as Night came on, we obferved, that they affected to double the Fires in their Camp ; and feveral Signals, which they made by firing of Cannon, made us at tentive to their Proceedings; and accordingly, On the 20th, we faw the Pruffian Army wheel off toward the Right, to gain the oppofite Bank of the Elbe. They paffed the River on Bridges thrown over it near Lochanitz, a fmall Village neaF the Town of Schmirfchitz, the Cavalry and Baggage having taken the Route of Hor-zinowes. It feemed at firft to be only a Part of the Prufllan Army that had paffed the River, and a Trumpet of the King of PrufTia's Regiment of Foot, whom our Houlans took, declared the iame Thing, and feveral Deferters who came to our Head Quarters confirmed it, adding, that they believed that Part of the Army had taken another Route. Thereupon a fmail Party was fent to reconnoitre the new Camp which the Pruflians occupied, and according to their Reports, it is probable that it was the whole Army that had paffed to the Right of the Elbe. Their Camp extends a Mile in Length, the Left Wing ftretching towaids Lochanitz, having the Village of NedielelHe in their Front, that of Chlum in their Rear, and their Right extending towards the Village of Dlauhdwory fronting our Left Wing, and about two Leagues diitant from us. Letter from faviaica, dated May 27. ' Colonel Burk, an Inhabitant of the Ifland of St. Kitts, * having lately made his Efcape from Martinico, where he * had been detained fome time, gave Information on his * Return, to General Matthews, that when he left Marti-' nico there were arrived eight Sail of Men of War of the ' Line; and that they daily expected fome SpaniOi Ships * to join them, with a Number of Tranfports, having on * board 3000 Regular Troops, 1500 Volunteers, and 250 � Free Mulatoes and Negroes. As this Fleet is judged to � be too great for any Attempt on the Leeward Iflands, ' we have ftrong Reafon to conjecture, that thsy intend ' a Defcent on this Place.   General Matthews on hearing < the above Account immediately fent an Exprefs to Commodore Knowles, ftation'd at Antigua ; upon which a Veffel wasdifpatch'd here, with two Packets, one to the Governor, and the other to Admiral Davers, who confuting together, it was thought neceffary that a Council of War mould be held, which was dofte accordingly, and they came to the following Refolutions, viz. � That Martial Law fiiould be immediately put in * Execution. � That a General Embargo be laid on all Ships. � And that Expreffes fhould be difpatched to all the Ge-' neral Officers, throughout the Ifland, to raife the Mili- * tia in their feveral Diftricts, both Horfe and Foot, with * Orders to repair with all fpeed to Spanifh Town. ' What confirms our Conjecture, that they intend to � make an Attempt on this Ifland is, that within thefe 10 � Days there arrived three Flags of Truce, who only ' brought with them four Englilh Prifeners, from whence * it was fuppofed they were fent as Spies, (tho* one of ' them faid he had a Packet for the Governor) and there-' fore were detained, and not one of them permitted to ' come afoore. We have only two Men of War at prefent 4 capable to put to Sea, one in the Dock, and three on a * Cruize ; and in fine the Ifland was never in a worfc Situa- * tion fince we have poffefs'd it. ' As we daily expect the Enemy, there are 1000 Men ' put into Port Royal; and all the other Forts about the 4 Ifland are well mann'd.-This has fo alarm'd the whole ' Ifland, that it has put an entire flop to all Commerce j 4 our Provifions are almoft all exhaufted, and unlefs we 4 have very foon a Fleet from England, I fear the Enemy * will be too ftrong for us. ' The Governor is very afliduous on the Occafion, and 4 is refolved to fpare no Painsi for the Prefervation of the 4 Ifland.      I am, &c. The Sarah, Almary, was taken in her Paffage, from New-England to Antigua, by a French Privateer, and retaken by the Deal-Caltle Man of War, and carried into Antigua. The Lords of the Admiralty have appointed Capt. William Parry to be Captain of the Prince George, a 90 Gun Ship now in the Downs. Their Lordfhips have like wife appointed Capt. Middle-ton, who went out to find the North-Weft Paffage, to be Commander of the Shark Sloop of War, whofe Orders are to fail to the Mediterranean for Admiral Iknvfey. On Saturday as fome of the Officers of the Cuftoms were examining into a Bag of Cocoa, at the King's Ware-houfe, they found concealed a large Quantity of Gold, feveral Gold Necklaces, and Crucifixes, together with feveral Letters, which were all delivered to the Commiffioners of the Excife; the Cocoa was taken in a Ship off the Ha-vannah. Yefterday Morning died, at hisHoufe in the Borough of Southwark, after a lingring Illnefs, Mr. Hutchins, an eminent China-man, efteem'd the moft confiderable Dealer in that Commodity thereabouts. By the Nancy, Jones, arrived from Antigua, thete are a Number of Letters fill'd with Encomiums on Mr. Hbdge,, Governor of Anguilla, for his gallant Behaviour, 00 the late Invafion of the French 00 that Ifland : But abore all the following Honeft and Artlefs Speech, which he made to his little Body of Men, at the Approach of the French, is particularly mention'd. 1 Gentlemen, "J am a Stranger to all Military Difa'pline, there' " fore I have nothing to recommend to you but to had " and fire as fafl as you can, and to ft and by one ano~ 41 ther in Defence of your Country { and fo God bleft. 44 you:' On Wednefday laft was married at Peterfham Chappel, Mr. Jemmitt, an eminent Attorney at Kingfton upon Thames, to Mifs Cocke of the fame Place, Daughter of Mr. London's prefent Wife, an agreeable young Lady, with a Fortune of 20001. On Friday laft died fuddenly, at the fame Town, a little time after eating a hearty Dinner, the Wife el Mr. Pepper, an Attorney there. On Saturday laft died fuddenly Mr. Williamfon, a noted Pale-Ale Brewer, and Matter of the Queen's-Head at New-ington in Surry; reckon'd rich. On Saturday laft died Mr. George Drayton, a Plumbeir of good Buiinefs, at his Houfe in Alderfgate-ftreer. As the reducing that important Place Cape Breton, calls for the Attention of every True-born Englifh Subject, to-ftew their grateful Acknowledgments to thofe worthy Commanders Commodore WARREN and General PEP-PEREL, and in Remembrance of thofe brave Englifi Tars that ventur'd their Lives in Defence of their Ccustry, the Proprietor of the New-Wells, GoodmanVF.elds, has out of a due Regard to the Nobility, &c. that have ho-nour'd him with their Company, pretar'd an exact Re-prefentation of the Storming, Cannonading, Bombarding and Taking, Fort Louijbourg, with the Landing Com-' more Warren ; and will in Honour of that great Exploit, exhibit feveral curious Fireworks which he hopes w.^l be to the Satisfaction of all thofe that will honour him witli their Company--N.B. To begin this,   and eveey Evening at Five o' Clock. The wonderful Young Giant will perform on the Rope every Evening, this Week, at the New-Wells near the London-Spaw, Clerkenwell ; likev-ife the celebrated Mifs Rayner, will dance on the Slan i ig Rcpe which ii 100 Feet long, from the Bottom of the Sta^e to the Upper-Gallery,, with two lighted Flambeaux in her Hands. Tumbling by Mr. Williarm, Mr. Hough, and Mr. Rayner ; with Variety of Comic Dancing, particularly the Quaker's Wed. ding.--rY\\t whole to conclude with a New Entertainment of Mufick, call'd, Bacchus and Circe ; inteWpers'd with a new Piece call'd As you like it, or Harlequin's Whim. High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 8 Minutes after 12. Bank-Stock 145 3 4ths. India Ditto 181 a 1 half. South-Sea Stock 109 1 4th. Ditto Old Annuities ut t 4th. Ditto New 109 3 8ths a 1 half. Three per Cent. Annuities 90 a 1 4th. Ditto 1742, 90 1 '4th. Ditto 1743, and 1744, 90 1 4th. Ditto 1745, 9� I 8th. Million Bank 115. Equivalent 110 1 half. Royal Affurance 82 5 8ths. ex Div. London AHUrance 11 1 8th. Englifh Copper 5 1. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent. Ditto no Price. Bank C'ircu� lation 5I. 10 s. Pr. India Bonds 1 1. 14 s. a 1; s. Pr, Three syid a half Salt Tallies 3 j half Difc. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders no Price. Three per Cent. Ditto no Price. Lottery Tickets 18 s. Pr. Life Annuities 14 5 Sths Years Purchafe. S A D L E R' 5 - W ELLS. AT Sadler's-Wells^ adjoining to the New-Rfaer Head, IJlington, this and every Evening (during the Summer Seafon) will be The Usual Diversions of that Place. Confifting of Rope-Dancing by the celebrated Madem. Kerman, Mbnf. Janno, Mafter K-erman and Mafter Francis. Tumbling by Monf. Dominique, Monf. Janno, Mafter Kerman, Mafter Francis, and Monf. Pierot Pas Tomba. Dancing (both Serious and Comic) by Mr. Davenport, Mr. Mile*, Mr. Pelling, Mr. Olbeldifton, Mr. Cra-nier, Monf. Janno, Mafter Granier, Mrs. Miles, Mrs. Bullock, Mrs. Davenport, Mrs. Freeman, Mifs Granier, Mrs. Vallois, and Miller and Mifs Morris, particularly Several new Grand Dances. Variety of new Songs by Mr. Heemfkirck and Mifs Hillier. To which will be added, The Birth of VENUS, or Harlequin Paris. Concluding with the LOVES of ZEPHYRUS   and   FLORA. To begin every Evening at Five 0'Clock. *,* The Proprietor (for the better Accommodation of the Nobi� lity, Gentry, &c.) has provided the beft of all Sorts of Wines, particularly Burg0idy and Champaign in Pints. Admiralty-Office, July 25, 1745. CrHE Lords Commiffioners of the Admiralty do hereby Jlriflly diretl all Officers andySeamen belonging to his Maje/ly's Ships in Commiffion, whether they be Abfent with Leave, or without (except thofe lately belonging to the Montague 
                            

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