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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 18, 1845, London, Middlesex                                Noiii. 3:389. W E DNESDAY,   Septembir 18,   1745. Deal, September 16. iEMAIN in the Down9 hh Majefty's Ship Royal George, Admiral Vernon ; Duke, Sandwich, Pf-**-l^p | p  |{gj|j& the Dutch Admiral. A Man of A-rJ^O pot her Name. Wiad N.E.byN. 1 Grave/end, Sept. 16. Pafs'd by Victory, Bruce, from Carel-fcroon } the Palm Tree, Sandige, from Hamburgh ; and Concord, Purle ; Peter and Bridget, Dauhl ; Anne and Catherine, Dauhl j and the Salvadore, Hanlon, from Norway. The Polly, Atkins, from Montferrat, is arrived at Kin- fale. The Falmouth, Forward ; and Hampfhire, Grant, from New-Eng'and, at Pcrtfmouth. The Margaret, Hubbard, from Portfmouth, at Rotterdam. Yeflerday arrived the Mail from Holland/ Rome, Sept. 4. A Report being fpread, that the fecond Son of the Chevalier de St. George was ill, many Perfons of Diftinctton were deceived upon going to vifit him, and have known, that he fat out for Genoa on Sunday lalt incog. Duke Grillo, a Genoefe, has taken the fame Road, with only one Domeftick, having difcharg'd the gresreft Part of his Family. Genoa, Sept. 4. Tho' we are afraid here of a Bombardment, it is certain, the Englifh do not at prefent appear on our Coafis: However, we are afraid they only fall back to come upon us with the greater Force. Preparations are making to beliege Cevaand Mondovi. f'enicr, S -ft. 11. Signor Mocenigi was elected Jafi Sunday to fucceed the Chevalier de Lezze, in his Embaffy to Rome We hear, that a Pacification is on the Carpet between the Monarchs of Turkey and Perfia Alexandria, Sept. 8. The Surrender of the Cit.idel of Torana is attributed in a great Meafure to a Want of Water. All the Wells and Citterns were hurt by the dry Wca'her, and a good Part of what Water they had went to extinguish the frequent Fires occafioned by the red-hot Bullets and Bombs. Starters of Prir.ce Charles at Oujejl, Sept. 8. The Pruifians are Hill in Poffeffion of Neuftadt, notwithfianding the R' port we had to the contrary, it having been found impoffible to attack it with Succefs. Our Army 11 iIX con-fills of 52 Battalions and 124 Squadrons, all fine Troops and complete, without including the Irregulars ; fo that we are to attack the Enemy whenever we receive Orders. Hague, Sfpt. 23. Mr. Trevor has been in Conference with the Lords of the Regency, in order, we imagine, to communicate to them the Orders that have been fentto fix thoufand of the Englifh Troops in Brabant to return into England. It is thought he demanded a Paffage for them over the Dominions of the Republick, they being to embark at Willamltadt, where the Tranfport Veffeis are already got together to carry them over. Turin, Sept. 5. A Detachment of our Troops has got Pofieffion of the Cattle of Cencio, and beat the Enemies who attempted to fuccour it. Munich, Sept. 10. The Court having been inform'd by the Count de Koningsfeldt, of the State of the Negociation concerning the Treaty of Subfidy, a Courier was difpatch'd two Days ago to London, with Orders it is faid,to Baron de Hallang, that he would immediately put an End to this Affair ; the 1 2,030 Men which his Electoral Highnefs is to furnifh to the Maritime Powers, being ready to march and aft as foon as the Treaty (hall be figned. Heidelberg, Sept. 17. The Reigning Landgrave of Heffe-Darmitadt, accompanied by the Prince de la Tour and Taxis, arrived here this Morning, preceeded by 60 Poftiiions, blowing their Horns, and immediately repaired to the King of the Romans with the Acts of his Election. Dofenbeim, the Dutch-^jarters, Sept. 18. Nothing con-fiderable has pall between the two Armies; our Detachments line the Side of the Rhine from Philipfburgh to Bi-berich, below Mentz, where they are fortifying an Zfle in the River, and preparing on the other Side a good Defence for the End of the Bridge. Frarckfort, Sept. 19. The Electoral College having begun their Conferences, in order to regulate all Things concerning the approaching Coronation of their Imperial Ma-jeilies. The Elector of Treves is expected in this City To-morrow, and the Elector of Cologne next Week. We are aiTured that the Elector of Mentz will make the Emperor a Prefent of the Battalion of Granadiers that hehasfent to Afcbaffeuburg. Paris, S^pt. 17. We hear from Dauphine, that the Count de Lautrec has actually laid Siege to Fort d' Exilles, with the 15 Battalions under his Command. Letters from the Rhine fay, that the Prince of Conti's Army is preparing to fall down that River, and that his Highnefs will have his Head-Quarters at Oppenheim. The Enemies have a Bridge, guarded by 6000 Men, at Biberich, near Mentz, from whence they enter along the Rhine to Fort Louis : But the greateft Part of their Army is ftill upon the Nec--kar, where it has been reinforced by 2000 Huffars and Croats. Brufels, Sept. 20. The French Army is ftill about Aloft, but we expect it to feparate on the 25th Inftant. Count de Clermont-Galierande has paffed the Sambre at Thuin, below Charleroy, with 12,000 Men, and another Body of 14,000 has crofs'd the fame River at Vigny. It is thought thefe Troops are defigned for Germany. If we find it fo, poflibly the Allies may yet attempt foroething of Importance.  The Heffians were expected laft Night at Antwerp. Vtnict, Sept. 11. According to Letters from Conftan-tinople, of the 18th of Auguft, there has been a general Difcharge of the Artillery of the Caftles, by Way of re- joicing for the News we have/received of Ad vantages gain'd in Perfia, by a Body of Tartars^ which the Khan of the Crim fent thither in May laft, at jhe Requelt of tht, Grand Signor. " : Petersburgb, Sept. i. The Grand Duke was married this Day to the Princefs of Anhalt-ZerBn*^Wf8^isT)eentome time nominated Grand Dutchefs. Tbfe Ceremony, to which all the Foreign Minifters were' invited, was conducted with great Magnificence. Franc/ort, Sept. 17. They are actaally fitting op the Hotel of the Palatine Ambafladors, Which makes it prefum'd that thofe Minifters will return to afhft at the Coronation. Bologna, Sept. 4. All the Talk here is about the Chevalier de George's fecond Son, who is certainly gone fome-where by the Way of Genoa, and it is faid, with a good deal of Money with him. The Experiment, Bond, is arrived at Brillol, from Gibraltar. She came from thence with three Men of War, ' who were joined off Lifbon by two others with the Trade. Yeflerday came Advice that the Catherine, Derrech, bound from Bayonne to Martinico, is taken by the fear-land ar.d Bofcawen Privateers, who were both well the 25th of Auguft, in Lat. 44. On Monday lalt the Prince of Wales, Capt. Pelly, from Eait-India, but laft from Holland, arrived ofFOrford. By Letters from Gottenburgh we are informed, that a Ship from Belfaft was arrived there, which had been taken by a French Dogger off the Naze, but ranfom'd.- Another Privateer had taken Capt. Baxter of Aberdeen, who came from Danrzick ; he ranibm'd himfelf for 4501. -A third Privateer was gone for France, with fome Ran-fomers, and two Frizes; one from ViYginia, and the other bound to Virginia ; whofe Names are hot known. Yeflerday the Hon. the Lieutenancy, &c. belonging to the Tower Hamlets, waited on his Majefty at Keniington, with a very loyal Addrefs, and were gracioufly received. The Hon. Col. Tovvnfend, and the Hon. Edward Wal-pole, Efq; Reprefentatives in Parliament for the Borough of Great Yarmouth, have preienced a very loyal Addrefs to his Majefty from the faid iiorough, which was gracioufly received. An Addrefs has alfo been prefented from the City of Coventry. There have been alfo Addreffes prefented by his Grace the Duke of Argyll, from the City of Glafgow, and the Shire of Tweeddale. It was a Miftake in Yefterday's Paper to fay that the Captain of the Mediator Sloop v\as acquitted at the Couit Martial held on b al Navy ; and to do Duty as a Foremaft-Man in any Ship that the Admiral Jhall appoint. The fame*Day two Seamen belonging to the Duke were tried for Delertion, when one of them named Edward White, was fentene'd to be hang d : But fome favourable Circum-ftances appearing in his Favour, 'tis expected he will be recommended to Mercy. The other, named Goodrode, was fentene'd to have 100 Lalhes, in equal Numbers, along-fideeach Ship in the Downs. Yelterday Mr. John Wightman, an eminent Watchmaker in Tower-itreet, was married to Mifs Barham of Sydenham in Kent, an agreeable young Lady of confidera-ble Fortune. Yellerday Mr. John Davis, late Deputy-Keeper of Lud-gate, was fworn ,in at Guildhall, Mailer-Keeper of that Prilbn, before the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen, in the room of Jofeph Underwood, Efq; who has refign'd. The Fire mention'd in our Paper of Yeflerday to begin at a bugar-bakei's in Brewhoufe-yard in Old Gravel-lane, Wapping, began a: the Top of the Houfe, occafion'd by fome Shavings taking Fire ; it burnt with great Violence for three Hours and a half, in which Time it confum'd the Dwelling-houfe, fake-houfe, and eight other Hbules, the Damage of which is computed at 12000 1. At the above Fire a Man who was affifting to extinguifh the fame, by Accident fell into fome Spirits, and was fo miferably fcalded from his Waift downwards, that his Life is defpair'd of. He was carried to the London Infirmary in Goodman's-fields, where all imaginable Care is taken of him. Yellerday Morning George Watton the Pilot, who laft: Week fo dangeroufly wounded Mr. Moore the Attorney, of King's-Head-Court, Holborn, fo that his Life is defpair'd of, and for which he was committed to the Poultry Compter, cut his Throat from Ear to Ear in the faid Goal, and foon after expir'd. On Saturday lait the famous Yorkshire Tom was tried for Theft-bote, and found guilty of the Indictment; but a Point of Law arifing, his Council mov'd in Arreft of Judgment, which will be argu'd on Friday next. THOMAS, by Divine Permiffion, Bifhop of Salijbury. To the Dean and Chapter of Our Cathedral Church o/'Salif-bury, and to all Rectors, Vitars, and Curates nviibin Our Diocefe, Greeting, IT being notorioufly known that the eldeft Son of the Pretender is now in this Kingdom, and has affembled a confiderable Number of traiterous and rebellious Perfons in Arms, to the manifeft Hazard of our Religion and Liberties, and of that, which is the great Security of both, the Proteftant Succeffion eftablifhed in his Majefty, and his Royal Family, it is incumbent on me to remind you, tho' of yourfelves not unmindful, of what you owe, under thefe Circdmftances, to your King, your Country, your People, and Yourfelves. All thefe Confiderations call upon you to exert your ut-moft Endeavotfrs to irifpire the People under your Caie, with a Zeal, equal to the Occafion, to maintain the Right of his Majefty, and to defend their Religion'CT
                            

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