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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 19, 1845, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. Num. 3390, THURSDAY,   oeptem be r I9�    J745- Dial, September 17. j. AME down the Nottingham Man of War ; and remain with the Royal George, Admiral Vernon; Duke, Sandwich, ;�tna and Sci-pio Firefliips, with the Dutch Admiral. A Man of War is now coming in from the Weftward. Wind N.N.E. Grave fend, Sept. 17. Pafs'd by Mary, Sophia, Cattle, from Stettin ; Horfleke, Bleak, from Gottenburgh ; Emanuel, Johnfon ; Patience, Cope ; and the Hope, Nelfon, from Norway ; Overedge, Reed, from Embden $ Commandant, Colebroke, from Sweden ; Bridget and David, Simper 5 and Lady Catherina, Rochdo, from ditto ; and Nancy, Alcock, from Rotterdam. Arrivals at feveral Ports. The Charming Molly, Lowthorp, from Antigua, is arrived at Plymouth. The Robert, Rofs, from Gibraltar, at Leverpool. The Atalanta, Vavafor, from Antigua, at Kinfale. The London, Porter, from New-York, at Belfaft. The Sophia, Montgomerie, from London, at Maryland. The Peggy, Robinion, from Barbadoes, at Virginia. The Algarve, Brown, from Fare, at Mountfbay. The Creighton, Lloyd ; and Chriitian, Lee, from Virginia, in the River. Vienna, Sept. n. The Queen will without Fail fet out on the 15th, but inttead of performing the Journey in fix Days, as was at firlt regulated, Ihe will bellow on it eight by the Advice of her Phyficians. Jf this be true, ftie could not meet her Confort on the 20th at Afcnaffenburg, according to Appointment. Cologne, Sept. 20. By the Preparations that are making at the Court of our Eleftor, that Prince feems inclined to make a Tour to Franckfort : We do not imagine, however, that he will at the Coronation, but only that he will enter this City after it is over, jn order to make his Compliments in Perfon to their Imperial Majelties. Among thofe who diltingaifh'd themfelves here, in the Rejoicings for the Grand Duke's Election, M. Rodeiique, Author of the French Gazette, wa- very remarkable. Rome, Sept. 4. The Pope prefented fome Time ago to the Abbe de .Camillac, the French Minifter, two new Medals of Gold, as a Prefent to M. de Voltaire, in Token of the great Value he fets upon the fine Talen s of that famous Poer. One Side reprefents the Pope with his Tiara and Dalmatica, upon which the 12 Apoftles are diftindlly graven ; on the other, the Capico], with Antique Bulls newly difcovered, and a Minerva in her Cafque placed in the Middle, with a Square in one Hand, and a Lance in the ether. Thefe Words, Virtuti tropea nova, are the Legend ; and in the Energne is read, Abdito fapicntia pabulo in Capitolio, 1735. Signor Otho Bon Frani, a famous Medaiift, defigned and {truck thefe Medals, which are much in the Tafte of Antiquity. Hague, Sept. 22. We hear from Batavia, that the three French India Ships, called the Hercules, the Jafon, aad the Dauphin, which were taken by Commodore Barnefs Squadron, having been carried into that Port, were there publickly fold, and bought for the Service of the Dutch India Company, who have changed their French Names into Dutch. L   O  N  D  O -N. The King and Queen of the Romans are to go by Water from Afchaffcnburg to within fome fmall Diftance of Franckfort, for which Purpofe, all the Boats upon the Rhine, the Mayne and the Mofelle were getting together, whenthelaft Advices came away. In the Sermon preach'd upon his Majefty's Election, by his Father Confeflbr, from Sam. xii. 13. the Preacher gave an Abitract of all that the Houfes of Auftria and Lorrain had done in Times pall for the Empire, and enlarged particularly upon the Steadinefs of the Eledtor of Mentz, and the generous Affiftance of the Maritime Powers, on the prefent Occafion. ft is look'd upon as a remarkable Circumftance at Franckfort, that the Feftivals of St. Francis and St. Therefa fhould fj naturally fucceed each other, and both fall fo foon after the Day of Ele&ion, as to give both their Majefties an Opportunity of being crown'd on the Day of the Saints whole Names they refpectively bear. On Taefday laft eight Tranfports arrived at Gravefend from Holland, having on board three Dutch Regiments of Foot, Part of the Forces demanded of the States General by his Majefty ; which were landed there that Evening.- This was the laft Embarkation from Holland ; fo that there can be no Doubt of the firlt being arrived in Scotland ; from whence we may foon expect an Account of the Rebels having laid down their Arms.-This is the more likely from fome Methods the Government has juft taken. On Tnefday laft the Providence, Increafe, Halfey Gaily, Valentine, and the Elizabeth and Mary, arrived in the River, from Greenland, having caught amongft them fix Whales. The fame Day the Princefs of Wales Indiaman, Capt. Pelly, arrived in the River, from Holland. The Men of War from the Mediterranean, with the Ships under their Convoy, were well the nth Inftant, off the Lizard. Yelterday came an Account, that the Naflaw, Were, bound from Gottenburgh to Londonderry, was taken off Holygoland, by a French Dogger Privateer ; but was retaken by the Speedwell, Capt. Porter, and fent into Sheer-nefs.-She had in been in pofieffion of the Enemy fear Days. The Mary, M'Knight, from South Carolina, for London, is taken and carried into Bayonne. The Nottingham Man of War, commanded by the Rt. Hon. the Lord George Graham, being compleatly mann'd is gone to the Downs, to wait for Sailing Orders. By private Advices from Boloign we are allured that the villainous and deftruftive Practice of Smuggling is carried on there as much as ever, and that thofe Villains carry over at leaft 5000 1. Sterling every 14 Days, to purehafe Tea, Brandy, &c. But tnat is not the only Mifchief, for thefe Fellows are obliged, on Oath, to declare all they fee done on their own Coaft.-What Sort of Englifhmen are they who encourage this Practice, for the fake of buying. Things foroething Cheaper ? On Monday laft 5000 lb. weight of Gunpowder was enter'd at the Cuftom-houfe for Exportation to New-England ; and 4000 lb. to Georgia. William Selwin, jun. of the Inner-Temple, Efq; is appointed Sollicitor to the Hon. the Comrniffioners of the Excife, in the room of James Gambier, Efq; deceas'd. On Tuefday Morning Mr. Alderman Benn was thrown off his Horfe near Cambridge, by which Accident his Leg was broke, and he continues in a dangerous way. A few Days fince the Rev. Dr. Wightwick, late Fellow of Magdalen-College, Oxford, but now Rector of Winter-bourn-Baffet, was married at Broad-Hinton, Glouceller-fhire, to Mifs Frampton, a very agreeable young Lady with a good Fortune. On Tuefday the 10th Inftant was run for on ;the Old Field near Ludlow, Shropfhire, the Gentlemens Purfe of Fifty Guineas, when only two ftarted ; which was won by Sir Wackin Williams Wynn's Horfe Legacy.   And The next Day was run for, on the fame Courfe, the Town Purfe cf Fifty Guineas, when five flarted, which was won by 'Squire Sheldon's Grey Gelding Bapfey. Newcafile, Sept. 14. We hear from Berwick, that pur-fuant to Orders fent from the Bo.?rd of Ordnance, that Garrifon has been put in the beft Polture of Defence, and that the Mayor waits only Orders from above for railing the Militia to join with the King's Forces in Defence of the Town 5 fo that if thofe Infurgents who have rifen in the North fhould venture to pay us a Vifit, they may expect a warm Reception. On Wednefdny laft was brought to Berwick, from the Seat of the Right Honourable the Earl of Marchmont, 250 Stand of Arms, to be laid up in our Magazine, for fear of their falling into the Hands of the Rebels. Laft Tuefday Mr. Nathaniel Bayles was made Svvord-Bearer of tnis Corporation, in the room of Mr. Robert Makepeace, who has refign'd. DUBLIN, Sept. 7, 1745. On the Arrival of kit Excellency the Earl of CHESTER-
                            

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