General Advertiser, September 24, 1745

General Advertiser

September 24, 1745

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 24, 1845, London, Middlesex TThe General Advertifer. N oil 1.-3394; tp BUM T "U E S D A Y, September 24, 1745. i .r September 22. ^IS Majefty's Ship Royal George, Admiral Vernon, remains, toge-tiier with the Duke, Sandwichi the twok Firefhips, the Granada Bonib, the Dutch Admiral, with ihe Outward-bound Ships, as in my fait, juft now came down a Man of War, Name unknown. Wind E-byN. Grave/end, Sept. zz. Pafs'd by Ohannah, Humble, from Stockholm; Doro by, Lifter; Only-Supply, Hopper; Kite, Bailey; Thornton, Ruffel; and Conqueft, .Marfhal, from Petersburgh ; Sufannah and Sarahj and John and Anne, Fowler, from Dantsick; the Neptune, Chapman, and William and Sarah, Belt, from j Nam; Brotherhood, Groxter, from Wybpurg ; Benja-~ min and Sarab, Woolward, from Middleburgh; Robert and Mark, Lee, from Campvere ; Elizabeth and Martha, Woodward, from Barbadoes; and Black Anne, Baffet, from An.igua. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland. Patina, Sept. 1 i. The Spaniards entered PJacentia Yefterday at Six o'Clock in the Evening. The Auftrian Troops, which were in Garrifon, retired the fame Day, and are marched towards Mirandola ; except the Referve under General de Vettes, and Maj )r de Centoli, who re-main in our Neighbourhood to oblerve the Motions of the Spaniards, who take the Road of Firenzuola. We are aflured that a Detachment of Spanifh Cavalry have penetrated to Berfello, upon the Frontiers^- the Mo-.denefe, and made themfelves Matters of a large Magazine of Hay. Milan, Sept. 14. After the Enemies had made themfelves Mailer of'i ortona, they fent from their Army two Detachments of 5 or 6000 Men each, who advanced towards the Placentin and the Parmefm. One of them enter'd Pla-centia on the 9th Inftant, and the other Parma on the 1 ith. It is thought that thefe two Detachments wil march together towards the Modenefe. The main Body of the Enemy's Army continues in the Neighbourhood of Alexandria, which City they have clofely blockaded. We juft now learn, that the Caftle of Placentia was taken the 12th Inftant. Stockholm, Sept. 12. His Swedifh Majefty will name the Regiments, that are to form a Body of 12,000 Men, which we are aflured will enter into the Pay of the Maritime Powers. Vienna, Sept. 15. The Day before Yefterday 9000 Carbines, as many Pair of Pillols, and a like Number of Sabres, were taken out of our Arfenal, in order to form a new Body of Hungarians, as well Horfe as Foot, who require to be employed in the Service of his Imperial Majefty, their glorious Co-Regent. Drefden, Sept. 16. The Duke of Sue Weiffenfelds returned Yefterday from the Camp of Count de Rutowfki, and has given his Polifh Majefty an Account of the advantageous Station, in which his Troops are encamped. It is (aid the Crown Army, under the General of Lithuania, amouqts to 40,000 Men. Heidelberg, Sept. z^. We are allured that 30,000 regular Troops will be detached to the Low Countries, immediately after the Imperial Coronation, under the Command of General Bernclau ; and that the Regiments which are to compofc this Body are already nominated, and will be joined by two Regiments of Huffars, and 1000 Croats and Pandours. A Battalion of the Regiment of Mercy d'Argenceau has enter'd Philipfburg, fince the News of the King of the Romans Election. A Body of iz,coo Men has alfo advanced towards the fame City, and it is thought our whole Army will foon make a Motion thai Way, in Order to pafs the Rhine. The Prince of Conti has caufed his Troops to retire behind the Queich, and begins already to fill the PISces of Strength with numerous Garrifons. Our Huffars and Pandours pafs the Rhine almoft every Day, and bring off much Booty from the Enemies. Ghent, Sept. 25. A Brigade of Count Lowendahl's Infantry marched after the Siege of Newport to Dunkirk, and two Iriflr Regiments have within three Days paft taken the fame Road. We are aflured, that a Body of 5 or 6000 Men is affembling there, but we are at prefent ignorant of their true Deftination. Some new Outworks at Offend and Newport are carrying on with much Diligence, Part of the Garrifons of thofe Places being employed in them, together with 1000 Pioneers, which are furnifhed by the Province. Mont, Sept. 26. The Body of French Troops, commanded by the Count de Clermont Galleran.de, which had for fome Days paft encamp'd near Binch, advanced on the 24th between Cattiau and and Soignies, and the Day following torn'd off towards Hombiefe and Cauchie Notre Dame. Oar Independent Companies, fupported by a Detachment of Foot, and fome Cavalry from our Garrifon, have for fome Days paft made feveral Incurfions into the Territories of the Enemy, and have even advanced to the very Gates ofCambray. Zngbiin, Sept. z6. Count de Clermont's Corps, which encamp'd the Day before Yefterday at Cauchie Notre Dame, marched Yefterday towards Aeth. It is even faid, that thefe Troops have formed the Blockade of that Place, and that the French General has caufed his heavy Baggage to file off towards Tournay. We heard much Firing Yefterday towards Aeth. LONDON. Neuftadt in Bohemia, the Siege of which was indeed railed agreeably to the Pruflian Account, was1 "however abandoned .the Night after Baron Trenck retired from before it, and is now in Poffeffion of the Auftrians, who have extended their Left Wing beyond that City. Prince Charles Teems to meditate fome Defign again ft the Enemy, and is in Readmefs to march with his whole Army. The Entry of the King of the Romans into Franckfort was extremely magnificent, furpaffiing any Thing of the fame kind that was ever before known. The Qaeen view'd the whole Ceremony from a Balcony, where fhe ftood in the Character of an Incognita. After her Con-fort had taken tha Oaths in the Church of St. Bartholomew, to obferve the Imperial Capitulations, he commenced Emperor, and two Days after the Aulic Council of the Empire held their firft Seflion in the Town houfe of Franckfort. : There is no Doubt but his Imperial Majefty was Crown'd there as Yefterday. Affairs in Italy have but a very indifferent Afpect at prefent, as not only the City of Placentia, but the Citadel is certainly taken, the Garrifon being obliged to furrender at Discretion. Parma has been alfo Teized, and by the next Advipes we may expect to hear that Modena is in the Hands of the Enemy; but on the other fide, the Genoefe are in great Apprehenfions for Corfica, and it does not appear the King of Sardinia has left the Army, as was reported. Not with ftandihg the great Draughts from the Army in Brabant to defend Great-Britain in the prefent Conjuncture, the Allies there will be ftronger after the Arrival of the Heflians, and the Garrifon of Oftend, than they were before the Britifh Troops were called away. We hear from Edinburgh, that the Rebels have not plun-der'd the Inhabitants ; but have, for the prefent, put on a Mask of Complaifance. Yefterday an Exprefs arrived from Edinburgh ; and foon after it was reported that the Rebels had quitted that Place, and were marching towards Northumberland.-But the Reports concerning them are fo various, that there is no Dependance on any. Yefterday fix Tranfports were Victuall'd, on board of which Part of the Dutch Forces are to embark immediately for Newcaftle. On Sunday Evening 22 Sail of Tranfports, with the Britifh Forces, arriv'd at Gravefend; and Yefterday great Part of them march'd thro' the City.-It is worth Obferva- tion that thefe Troops left the Camp in Brabant and march'd thro' London in 11 Days, which is muchfliorter than has hitherto been known. Yefterday the following Regiments were landed at Black-wall, viz. Onflow's, Bragg's, Pulteney's, Cholmondeley's, Blakeney's, and Johnfon s ; the three former of which are quarter'd at Bow, Stratford, and Bromley; and the three latter at Iflington, Hampftead, and Highgate. Yefterday an Account came that his Majefty's Ships the Neptune, Elizabeth, Torbay, Dragon, and Kermington, were arrived at Plymouth, with the following Ships under their Convoy, viz. the Sufannah, Difpatch, Catherine, Madeira Packet, Anfon, Boulter, Salamander, Andrew, Dragon, Ferrit's-Prize, and St. Peter, from Lisbon. And the Margaret, Richard and Alathea, Moggy-Lauder, Anne, Prince of Orange, Kitty and Betfey, Unicorn, Winchelfea, Preparation, and Trelawney, from the Straits. On the 2zd Inftant the Lizard Sloop of War, Captain Legg, failed from Southampton, with the Trade for the Iflands of Guernfey and Jerfey, confifting of 15 Sail. A Sloop from Holland bound to New-England, laden with Bale Goods, was taken by a French Privateer; but was afterwards re-taken by the Hawk Sloop of War, and is fent into Yarmouth. There is Advice, that the Prince of Orange, Adams, from New-England, with Mafts, &c. is taken by the French, and carried into Breft. j , ---, We hear that Captaj don Indiaman, died off A few Days fince di Rector of Gillingharn Yefterday died fuddenlj [ Yefterday the Cotnmiffiohers of the Victualling Office contracted for'3,500 Oxen, and 1 ^400 Hogs* tooc delivered with all convenient Speed. They write frjp Briftol, that fiie Remainder of the Silver brought ovet%y the Prince Frederick and the Duke Privateers, has beenjirought up from Kirtgroad to that City j and we hear^pt it'� to be efcorgd to London irt Forty Waggons, oilB^dnefday next, Laft Thurfday* the ReW Dr. Warren Reftor of Caven-> difh in Suffolk, was ftftalrd into the Archdeaconry of Suffolk, void by the Deajb/tf the Rev. Dr. Wilkins. * itle, Commander of the Lon-ladeiras. fe Rev. Sir George Caftleton* [orfolk, , . Gravefend, Mr. Luke Bofaii-quet, an eminent and wealthy Hop-Factor* Laft Friday John Gibbs^ahas Ranby, alias Shnte, was committed to Winchefter Gj^l, for robbing of the Rev-Mr. Cook, one of the Preachers of that Cathedral, on the South Downs of his Watch and Money, in May laft. Or Saturday laft Paul Pond was committed to Clerken* well Bridewell, by Sir Thomas De Veil, for ftealing out of the Dwelling-Houfe of Mr. Cole, of the Mitre Tavern in Fleet-ftreet, a Silver Sauce Cup, his Property, found upon him. The WAREHOUSE for Morning Gowns and Banjans is removed from Pope's-Head Alley, to the Woolpaek and Dolphin, Three Doors above Birchin-lane in Lombill; Where, great Variety of Gowns are kept ready made, of rich Silk Damafks, fine Scotch Plaids, Flower'd Ruffel*. Figur'd Grograms, Vallurets,7 &c. Alfo Banyan* of fine Cloth, Duffins, Plaids and Damafks. All forts of Velvet-Caps and Safhes. -- Note, The Stock of Silk Goods in the faid Shop is to be fold at- Prime Cofi. SCOTLAND. Edinburgh, Sept. 16. OnFiiday the Hon. Francis Char, tris of Ampsfield, Eiq; was married to Lady Katherine Gordon, Sifter to his Grace the prefent Duke of Gore on. On Saturday the Proclamation againft the Papifts anl Non-Jurors, was read from the Crois, and proclaimed oy the Heralds. Yefterday the Great Suns of the Caftle fired a Round, on Account of the Election of the Grand Duke of Tui-cany to the Imperial Dignity. The Rebels fent two of their Number laft Saturday to Glafgow to demand 15,000 1. Contribution ; but we have not learned what Anfwer was returned. IRELAND. Dublin, Sept. 17. A Procalmation is publifhed by the Lord-Mayor, wherein this City proraifes a Reward of 6000 1. to any Perfon who fhall apprehend the Pretender or his Son, if either of them fhall land or attempt to land in this Kingdom. There will fpeedily be raifed in this Kingdom, fevera! Independant Regiments of Horfe and Foot, which will be as well difciplined as the Standing Army; and there appears already a greater Ardor and MaTtial Spirit in Behalf of his Majefty's Perfon and Government, than ever wis known ; fo, that we are not under any Dread or Apprehenfions from any Enemy whatever. Laft Saturday above 3000 fine Mufquets came by the Neptune, Capt. Whittle, from Chefter, for the Ufe of the Milkia of this Kingdom, and many thoufand others are hourly expected. Lall Wednefday his Majefty's Plate of 100 Guineas was run for on the Curragh of Kildarc, which was won by Mr. Dillon's Horfe Ground-Ivy. A Genuine Intercepted Letter, from Father Patrick Graham, Almoner and Confeflbr to the Pretender's Son, in Scotland, to Father Benedick Torke> Titular Bifhop of St. David's, at Bath. May it pltafe your Lordjkif, THAT I may execute the Commands you gave me about four Months ago to write you the Succefs of our Expedition to Scotland, with my Opinion of our Prince, and thofe about him. I can now with the utmoft Pleafure affureyou that we are actually landed in Scotland, that hitherto our Enterprize feems to be guided by the immediate Hand of Providence, and that the Profpect before us fcems adequate to all the Succeffes that has hitherto crowned his ft - 1 h--- s's Attempts. Immediately upon our landing, the Prince of W---. kneel'd down with the utmoft Tranfport, and kif.'d the k AD VERTISE M E^N TS are taken in for thisPaper, at Lloyd's Coffss-House, in Lombwd-Str*efc ;

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