General Advertiser, October 15, 1745

General Advertiser

October 15, 1745

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 15, 1845, London, Middlesex The General Adyertifer, Numb. 34,* TUESDAY, October i (74 a. Deal, Oftobzr 13. ! FTER Poll Yefterday. fail'd 'to theWeftward his Majefty's Ships the Folkftone, Pear], Sheernefs, Shark, and Badger. Remain the Royal George, Duke, Sandwich, Greyhound, Exeter,Nottingham, Hound Sloop, Scipio. Firefhip, and two Dutch Men of War, with the Outward-bound Merchant Ships; and the Elizabeth, Allifon, from -Peter/burgh, for Portfmouth. . Arrived Admiral -Byhg, from the Northward. Wind W.S.W. Grave/end, Oft. 13. Pafs'd by Judith, Holland ;. Charming Patty, Staples; Freeman, Undfay ; Elizabeth, Dowers, and Loretta, Keydon, from Barbadoes ; Emley, Crump; .Parham Club, Burton; Sarah and Elizabeth, Sacket; Prince Charles, Coulter; Peggy and Fanny, Long, and Mary, Welch, from Antigua j Yeatly, Morrice; Victory, Brock ; King David, Wright; Conqueror, Lemon ; Dutchefs of Gordon, Moncor; and Nancy, Macdo-nald, from St. Kitts; the Difpatch, Miller, from Bofton ; Mary, Precoan, from Nevis. Arrivals at fcv*pal Ports. The James, Buttu ; and Three Brothers, JefFjrfori, from London, are arrived at Montferrat. The John, Perry, from Limerick, at Antigua. The Nancy, Davis, from London, at Nevis. The Providence, M'Caul, from Peterfbarg, at Lever-pool. The Mediterranean, Hunt, from ditto, at Briftol. The Radford, Smith, from Antigua, in the River. LONDON. A Extrail of a private Letter from Jmflcrdam. ' Since the News of the Batde of Staudentz, the Quef-' tion amongft Politicians has been, Whether the King of ' PrufTva will make any Change in his Mesfures upon that ' Event. There is the more Probability that he will not, ' if it b: true, as is reported at the Hague, that two Days ' after the Arrival of the Courier which brought M. � D'Ammon an Account of the Viftory, another pafTed by * in his Way to London, with Affarances to his Britannick ' Majefty, that the S^ccefi of his Pruffian Majefty on that ' Occafion fhould not in the lead alter his pacific Difpo-' fitions. � M. D'Ammon. however, continues ftill to deny for-' maliy that any fuch Negotiations have been cn Foot as ' we have fo long talk'd of. The Miniilers of France and ' Spain alfo proteft agiinft any fich Meafures. Mr. Tre-1 vor and Retfchach do not deny the Thing; but fay, they ' know .nothing of Particulars. * A< this-Negotiation has been carried on with fo irnpe-' nctrible Stcrecy ; it is not furprizing that it tranfpires by ' (liw Degrees, and that we are not yet informed of the � Contents of what has b?en regulated. Some however ' pretend, that it regards the Ample and pure Guarantee of' ' ilie Treaty of BrefLu by the Maritime Power-, which ' tike upon them, at the fams Time, to engage tae Court ' cf Vienna to renew the Ceffion of Silefia, and the Court' ' cf Drefden to join in the Guarantee of that Ceffion: ' Tint, upon thofe Conditions, the King of Pruffia is to ' p.itan End to a!l Hoflilities againft the Queen of Hun-.  caiy and the Elector of Saxony ; to accede to the E!e�lion  d the Grand Duke for Emperor, and to furnifh his ' Contingent to the Army of the Empire. ' It is even added, that if the Courts of Vienna and � ' Saxony fhallrefufeto accept of thefe Conditions, the Ma-r

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