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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 26, 1845, London, Middlesex Numb. 3422. SATURDAY, October 26, 17^5. Dzcd> Ofiober 24. ^HIS Inftant Admiral Vernon's Flag' was hoifted on board the Norwich. The Royal George, Duke, Sandwich, Nottingham, and three more 1 of his Majeify7s Ships, with two \ Dutch Men of War, and all the Outward-bound are getting under fail. Wind Eaft. Grave/end, Oclob. 24. Pafs'd by & Bleit Gaily, Fowler, from St. K-ifts j St. Catherine, Stu-; Xj\ part, from Montferrat; Ihduft'ry, Clark; Baracuta,-- ; ? and the Mary Gaily, from Jamaica; Maria* Dewit, from, 0 Bilboa ; and Lady Catheriha, Jones, from Ziirickzee. ^ Arrivals at feveral Ports., The Finder, Pallifter, from Jamaica ; Refolution, Wilcox j and Albemarle, Greyfon, from Virginia; and the Queen of Hungary, L~a Vilcount, Trom Barbadoes, are ar-' lived at Plymouth. The Little Gipfie, -, from Philadelphia, at Jamaica. The Mermaid, Bafhley ; and the Mary, Lower, from Lond.n ; and Rachael, Perkins, from New-York, at Newfoundland. The IiKJuihy, Collifon, from Antigua, at Dublin. TheTryton, Buckmafter, from Philadelphia, at Limerick.. The Trafford, Goad, from Virginia; and (he Francis, Williamfon Byrn, Boals ; and Earl of Derby, Penkett, from Jamaica, at Leverpool. The Albany,-Bryant, from London, at New York. TheCiiichefter, Lufk, from Virginia, at Waterf>rd. The Richmond, Brothers, Bray ton, Olive, BamHf, and Vernon, all from Virginia, at Whitehaven. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland. . Piteriburgb, 03. 12. The Preparations that appear at Court feem to retard the Journey to Mofcow, whither fell; vera! Effects have been already fait. Orders have been k given for putting the Marine into a good Condition againit /v the approaching Year, when it is thought the Emprefs will ^ be able to pat to Sea 21 Ships of the Line, exclufive of 0 Frigates, Gallies, and other Veftels. % Stockholm, 0:1. 20. By the Hurry that is obferved at Court, we judge the Princefs Royal is ready to lie in. The Officers who ferved as Volunteers m the King of Pruflia's Army are returned, and we.expect fuddenly a great Promotion, in which they are to be comprehended. A great Quantity of wrought Copper and Iron lias been fent to to Gottenburgh, in order to be put on board the Outward bound Eaft-India Ships. Vienna, Oct. i6.\ We are allured, that after the Re* turn of their Imperial Majeities to this Capital, General de Ereitlach will be fent to Peterfbargh, in order to replace the Count de Rofenbergh. It is alfo given out, that there will be great Changes with refpect to the general Commands ; that Prince Charles will head the Army of the Empire, in Conjunction with Prince Lobkowitz, and Count SeckendorrF; that Count Traun alone will command in Silefia, and that Count KonigfCgg, who is to return hither, will be -replaced in the Netherlands by the Duke d'Arembergh. Our Garrifon was reinforced two Days ago by two Battalions of WallisY Regiment, who came from Cafchaw.' We learn from the Army in Bohemia, that Colonel Wifczewfki having attacked the Snemy in Flank, in their Retreat out of Silefia, his Uhlans cut to Pieces 200 Men, and made 132 Prisoners. This Skirmifh, which was very brifk, having at the fame time facilitated the Means of Defertion, a great Number came over to Prince Charles's Army; and we fee them arrive here, for _ fome Day:, pjft, by Scores together; molt of them take on in the Imperial Troops. Drejikn, 08. 21. The Reports of a Peace have again q revived fmcethe Return of their Majefties from the Fair of C Leipfick to this Capital. In Fact, two Courier* have ar-y rived here fucceffiyely from Lotion, who, after leaving > fome Dilpatches with the Miniftry, continued-their Way ^ to the Armies of the King e� Pruffia and Prince Charles. We are even afTured, that Carders have been fent to our � Troops, not to commit any Hoftilities againft the Pruffians, �\ and to prepare to go into Winter-Quarters. We fhall foon know tne Truth of all thefe Matters, as well as whether the Marriage between his Royal and Electoral Highnefs with Princefs Charlotte of Lorrain will take Place, the f alk of h being reviv'd. Berlin, Oa. 26. His Serene Highnefs Lewis-JohnrWil-ham, Hereditary Prince of Heffe-Homberg, Field-Mar-Jal General of Ruffia, Knight of the Orders of St. An- �rew and the White Eagle, &c'. died here laft Saturday in *0 the Morning of a lingring Diforder, in the 41ft Year of his Age; he was bom June 15, 17.05.. This Prince, on the 3d of February, 1738, married the Princefs of Anaf-tatia, Daughter of Prince George Trubetzkoi, and Dowager of Prince Demetrius Cafimir. He came to this City but a few Days ago. Count de Woronzow, Vice-Cliancellor of Ruffia, arrived here on the 2 3d, with the Countefs his Spoufe. He travels by the Name of the Baron de Maflow, and is treated with great Diflinction. Franckfort, Oct. 26. We prorhife ourfelves much from the Negociation with which Count Sinfheim is faid to be charged to the Palatine Court. Some of the Circles of the Empire have already fent favourable Anfwers to the Emperor's Circular Letter, exhorting them to take vigorous Meafures in the preient Conjuncture. Brujels, Oa. 28. All the Artillery and Pontoons of the Dutch Auxiliaries are brought hither. Lord Drum-mond has fent a Commiffary to Ghent, with 20,000 I. Sterling, in order to ranfom all the Englifh Prifoners that are Hill in the Hands of the Enemy. We are allured, that the Body of 2000 French, which continue at Beaumont, are fortifying themfelvea there by Pallifades, and all Sorts of Works j fo that it will require a formal Siege to diflodge them. 'Turin, 08. g. We have received Advice, that the Enemy opened- Trenches before Alexandria on the 6th at Night, in Confequence of which, our Army determined to pafs on this Side the Po, and is now encamped about Villa Nuova, Morano, and the neighbouring Houfes. We have left however in Cafal 20 Battalions, with 400 Horfe, and 2000 mounted Huffars, to obferve the Motions of the Enemy; who, on their Part, have caufed fome Battalions to advance to Fe izano, and other Places, to raife Contributions. We thought that the Siege of Exiles had been railed ; but it is now known, that fome of our Militia, who had advanced into the Neighbourhood cf Seifheim, have had a brifk Rencounter witn the Enemy, to their own Difadvantage: That Count de Lautrec continues in his former Poft. The French threaten to befiege Ceva, and have tranfported eight Pieces of heavy Cannon to Caf-tel Corfo. Genoa, Oil. 4. We learn this Day, that on the 12th at Night, Trenches were epened before Valenza, and that a Tram of Artillery is arrived from Alexandria to ferve in that Siege. LONDON. Upon receiving a Confirmation in France of the Lofs of their two Indiamen, that were entrapp'd at Cape Breton, the Actions of the Company fell to 1030 Livres, and were expected to fall lower. Above 80 Perfons are now Prifoners in the Baftileat Paris upon fome Difcoveries made by the intercepted Mails that were coming to England. Among them was a Dutch Coffee-woman, charged with receiving Letters directed to a fufpected Jew ; but fhe hathfince been difcharged. M. de Meyern, famous in the Republick of Letters, died at Hanover the 2 ill Inftant of an Apoplexy, irmnitely regretted by all who were acquainted with his profound Learning, and other Perfonal Qualities. The Pruffian Army under the Prince of Anhalt-Deffau, which is now in Winter-Quarters in the Dutchy of Magde-bourgh, has lately joined by 700c. Men, who got up to it without touching upon the Saxon Territories. The Abbe dela Ville was to fet out from the Hague, as Thurfdayiaft, in order to return to France. Jagerndorff and Troppau in the Upper Silefia, are again fallen into the Hands of the Pruffians. There are Letters from Barbadoes, of the 12th of September, with the agreeable News, that Admiral Townlend with eight Men of War under his Command, and the Merchant Ships from Gibraltar, were all fafely arrived at that Ifland. We have Advice, that the La Poomena,Houvene, from Hifpaniola to Rochelle, is taken by the Clinipn Privateer, Capt. Bevan, and carried into New-York. The Adventure, Keeble, from Virginia, was taken the 2d Inftant, and carried is to St. Maloes__Capt. Keeble fends Advice, that the Faulcon Snow of War is brought into the faid Port, after a very fmart Engagement. The Telemachus, Jones, from Briftol for Barbadoes, is taken, and carried into Breft. The Cumberland, Robinfon, from Virginia for London, was taken onahe 2 ill Initant, by the French, about eight Leagues from the Lizard. The Mayflower, Kiffane, from Cork, for Barbadoes ; and two Ships from Leverpool, and one from Briftol, are taken by two French Privateers. The Hannah, Stampart, from Philadelphia, is drove afhore on the Coaft of Ireland. O r& �-� >-> a. cd 2 O o Yefterday an Exprefs arrived from Admiral Vernon, on board the Norwich Man of War in the Downs, with Advice, that 32 Ships were then in Sight, to E.N.E. fup-pofed to bet'.eTranfports with the lalt Imbarkation of the Forces from Holland. The Fowey Man of War, with the Ships under her Convoy, is fafely arrived at Virginia. On Wednefday kit the Fubbs Yacht ceme to her Moorings in the River. We are inform'd that at the AiTociation for the County of Stafford, 200 Men of Wolverhampton' immediately en-ter'd, to defend his Majefty and the prefent Eftabliih-ment. Yefterday was married at St. Michael's, Cornhill; Mr. John Courcy, of Fetter-lane, to Mifs Horfington of Wind -for, an agreeable young Lady, with a conuderable Fortune. The Lords of the Treafm-y have ordered the Short Allowance Money belonging to the Crew of the Centurion, to be paid them at the Pay Office in Broad-ilreet 011 ThurfHay next. Laft Tuefday the Lord Weymouth prefented the Rev. Mr. S^mmonds to ,the Rectory, of Eaft-Bridley in the County of Somerfet, void by the Death of the lalt Incumbent. Lalt Monday died at Wotton- Abbey in Somerfetfhire, James Wotton, Efq; a Gentleman pofiefs'd of an Eftatcof 1 500 1. a Year; and ho ferved the Office of High Sheriff for that, County in the Year 173.1. Laft Week one William Hinds, a Blackfm'th, late belonging to his Majcfty's Dock-Yard at v.'oolwich, was commitced to Maiu^one-Goal, charg'd on the Oaths of Abraham Rooke, Shipwright, and Margaret Ruffel, both of Woolwich, for Treafonable Exprelfious .igah.it his Majefty. Two particular Days appointed by the Right Honorable �Sir William Lee, Km. Lord Chief lutiicc of his M:,jei'.y,s Court (f King's Bench, for tne Trying of the Caul.-r, that were left the Sitting aKer the ia.it Trinity Term untried at Guildhall, London Friday November 1 Saturday z Whitehaven, Ost. 20. We have Advice that 100 cf the Rebels are got to Dumfries, and have demanded a large Sum, byway of Contribution, which makes us afraid of being vifrtedby them, on the fame Account. Extratl of a Letter from Ne-wcaflle, Orl. 20. ' My laft advL'd that the Rebels were at Edinburgh, * which is confirm'd by an Exprefs arrived here fince, wi;h ' the Addition that the Rebels have lodg'd their -'aggage, ' Sec. in Holyrood: So that now they are not likely to ' move of themielves fhortly, but 'tis belived they will be ' obiiged to it ; for we hear that'the Caltle of Edinburgh 4 was firing upon the Rebels all Friday laft, being pro-' voked to it by the Arrival of an Ambaflador from France, 4 in Compliment of whom was a Ball Holyrood-houfe ' on Thurfday Evening. The faid Ambaflador came iu ' tr.e Ship lately arrived at Montroie. It cannot be ' doubted but tiiefe Gentlemen will be made to dance to-' another Tune very foon, at a Ball, a: which General ' Wade and feveral other worthy Gentlemen will be pre-' fent, with much much good Company, tr.at we hear are * now-on their March from Doncalter tor umt Purpoie. 'This Afternoon a'.fo arrived at Shields the firft of the ' Transports from Williamitadt with upwards of 500 Men, ' and tne re it are expected in by the nex;. Tide to the ' Number cf 6coo- This News may be depended upon ' which makes us all in Tip-top Spirits. ExtraSt of a Letter from Darlington, 03. 21. ' The under is a Copy of a Letter which came exprefs to � me lalt Night. Pojl-Offlce, Burrowhr''d>e, 0.7. 20. '' I being a Mcffenger from General Wade to acquaint " you that the Army is coming this Road, and that I'am ^ " come before to provide Forrage for the fune, and am 'f to be at North-Allerton this Day by two or three " o'Clock; I delire you would takedown in Writing all " your Neighbouring Towns, and mention them in three " or four Papers, that Meffengers may be fent out with " Speed to acquaint all the neighbouring Farmers to meet " at your Houfe, to give an Accourt tome, w! at Hay, " Straw, Corn and Faggots for Fuel can be got for the " Army againlt Wednefday or Thurfday next, and I fur-" ther defire you'll put a Copy of this Letter at your " Church-Doors this Day. " P.S. Pleafe to fend a Copy of this Letter to Darling-" ton. " The Farmers muft meet me at your Houfe this Day, *' For I muft be at Darlington To-morrow (Monday) Af-/ ternoon." o < o ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in tor this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-Street. No Wooden Shoes. No Arbitrary Power,
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