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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 28, 1845, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. N tf MB. 3365. WEDNESDAY, August 28, 1745. Deal, Augufl 26. [EMAIN his Majefty's Ships and the Outward-bound, mention'd in my laft, except the following, which are failed to the Weftward, Mermaid, Bafhley ? the Ranger, Blake; and Seaflower, Curry. Came down Ifaac and Elizabeth, Matthews, for Portfmouth ; and Chefter, Cookfon, forLeverpool. This Inftant arrived from Plymouth the Glouceller Man of War. Wind Welt. Grave/end, Augufl 26. Pafs'd by Caracan, Slindene, from Dantzick ; and the Carpenter, Buoye, from Stockholm. The Stubbington, Mauger, from London, is arrived at Leghorn. The Experiment, Bond, from Briftol and Cork, at Gibraltar. LONDON. Yefterday arrived the Mails due from Holland and Flanders. Letter from Drefden, Augufl 27, N.S. ' His Majelly having received Advice of the King of 1 Pruflia's declaring War againlt him, and that a large Bo * dy of Pruffian Troops had begun their March in order � to invs.de this Electorate, his Majefly held a grand Coun- * cil with his Miniflers and Generals, about the Meafures � fit to be purfued in this Conjuncture. At the Iffue of * this Council the King lent Orders to the Body of Troops ' affsmbled near Leipfick, to put themselves in Motion, * and oppoSe the Attempts of the fruffians. Orders have ' likewife been fent to fome Detachments of liregular ' Troops and Hontfmen in Lufatia, to penetrate into the ' Lower Silefia, the Moment they get Advice that the Pruf-' fians have entered Saxony. A Courier has been difpatched ' to Vienna, in order to fettle with the Auilrian Ministry ' the mutual Afliitance which the two Courts are to give ' one another in fuch a Conjuncture as this. Another ' Courier is gone to Peterfburgh, to claim the Succours � which :he Emprefs cf Ruflia h3s promifcd to fend to the ' King, in cafe of an fnvafion. His Mnjdty has likewife ' refoived to demand of his other Allies, the Execution of * the 7th Article of the Treaty of Warfaw, where it is ' ex pre sly Stipulated, " That if, on Account of the En-" garments he ha> contracted by that Treaty, his Ger-" man Dominions Should be attacked, befides the effectual " AiFiltance which his Allies fhali give him for his imme-" diate Defence, they fhali likewiie ufe their utmoft En-" de.ivour* to procure him, from the AggrefTor, full Satis-" fiction for any Damage he may receive; and that if " either Poland or Saxony fhould be befieged, they ihall " not lay down their Arms till they are reftored again." � Count Etierhafi, M. Villiers, and M. Kalkoen, Embaf- * fadors from the Queen of Hungary, the King of Gieat-� Britain, and the States-General, were invited to a Con- * ftrence :his Morning, by the Count de Bruh!, Prime-' Miniller, on the Subject of this Article. Orders are if-1 Sued for drawing up an Anfwer to the Pruflian Manifeito, ' which will come out next Tuefday in Germin and ' French. Bdides the Couriers dilpatcned to the Coarts in ' Alliance with the King, one has been fent to Warfaw, * and another to the Army in Bohemia: The tirlt is ' charged with Difpatches, wherein the King acquaints * the Rt'publick of Pohnd with the prefent Pollure of his � Affairs: The other carries the Duke of Saxe-Weifien- < fL-lds a Plan of the Difpofitions which his Majelly charges ' hi'n to make in the Saxon Army, to the End that if theie * be Occaficn for calling home any Troops from Bohemia, * i: ma/ be done in fuch a Manner as not to prejudice the * Oizerr.ions of the Combined Army. According to Letters from Berlin of the 28th Inftant, .S. the King cf Pruffia has difpatchtd a Courier to his Minuter at Pe.iriburgb, with Orders to lay before the Linrjrefs all the Wrongs and Injuries done him by the Court of Drefden, efpecially the fecret Engagements contracted to hii prejuJice in the Treaty of Warlaw 5 and to tell her Imperial Majelly, that he hopes fhe will not concern her-i_-!f with this quarrel between him and Saxony, hif Mare it y deli ing nothing fo mucli as to perfevere in the good linderifondn'g that has fubfilted between him and Ruffia eier fince his Accelfion to the Crown. The Prince of An-halt-Demiu has p:iffed by Halle in Saxony, at the Head of 26,000 Men, but it was not yet known what particular Town he was directing his March to. The Garrifon of Berlin has been encreafed to the Number of 14,000 Regular Troops, befides which there are 14,000 Regimented Burghers in Arms. Our Advices from the Army in Bohemia, are dated the 21 it Inftant, N.S. and import, that 200 Auilrian Volunteers had Surprized the Polt erf Scalitz in the Night, and cut in Pieces, or took Prifoners, 350 PrufTtans that were in it, befides plundering a good Quantity of Baggage that was laid up there. Extract of a Letter from Franc fort, Augufl 29, N.S. ' M. Pol man, the Pruflian Minilter, has delivered ano-' ther Memorial to the Electoral College, wherein he pro- * lefts in the molt folemn Manner againft the holding of * Conferences about the Election of an Emperor, and de- * clares every thing illegal that fhali tranfacted therein : 1 Notwithstanding which, thofe Conferences go on as ufual. e'y given to .all Merchants, a nd others ixhom it ma) concern, clhat as their Litters for the Jc feral Part!, and Pi ounces of the Aulirian Netherlands, �r$,wu> of Necejjity 10 be forivardtd by the Way of Holland, it
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