General Advertiser, November 2, 1745

General Advertiser

November 02, 1745

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 2, 1845, London, Middlesex {/mb. 344& SATURDAY, November 2, 1745. Veal, Oftober 31. jEMAIN in the Downs the Men of" Warmention'd Yelterday, and the Dutch Ship for Eaft-India, and the Scirley, for Cape Breton. Came down the Prince of Denmark, for Antigua; and Prince Arthur, Vernon, for Lifbon. Arrived Yefferday the Sea Nymph, Johnfon, from Virginia. Three Ships failed this Morn-in, for the Weftward, but as it blows hard cannot get their Names. Wind S.E.byE. Grave/end, 03ob. 30. Pafs'd by the Durfhoft Mago, Craetloe, from Dantzick. The Tartar Pink, Bound, from Newfoundland, is ar-jived at Naples. , The Humming-Bird, Tarrington, from Jamaica, at Bolton. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland. From the King of Sardinia's Camp, at Popolo, near Ca-fa.', Oct. 25. The Enemy, after having entirely given over ;l;cir Defign of attacking the Citadel of Alexandria, the Difficulty of which they too well forefaw, determined on ;hc Siege of Valenza, in Hopes that the Fortifications, being ibmewhat ancient, could not witMand a vigorous Attack. Accordingly they marched thither a large Part of jheir Army, which took Poft in the neighbouring Places. All the Di'fpofitions being made, the Trenches were opened on the 18th at Night. His Majefty however, having thought proper, at the Requeft of the Governor, to reinforce the Garfifon, Meafures were fo well taken, that, in Spite of the Vigilance of the French and Spaniards, 300 Men found Means to throw themfelves into the Place the 27th in the Evening. The next Day the Garrifon made a vigorous Sally, and fo well fucceeded, that the Enemy loft about 300 Men, killed and wounded, befides 4.5 Prisoners, among whom is an Officer. The Befieged, who �� loft only 16 Men, filled up at the fame Time moft of the ^ Works, which are thereby fo much retarded, that, accor-d ding to the Advices we have this Day received, the Ba-55 fiegers are ftill employed in reftoring and preparing their Batteries'-This Account adds, that the Enemy themfelves begin -to ge/ceive, they ihall not get the Place fo ealily as they at firit imagined. Copenhagen, 03. 30. This Court is faid to have refo!ved, in Cafe the States of the Empiie determine unanimcufly to form an Army of Security and Defence, to furnifh the Contingent fer the Dutchy of Holftein asfoon as it (hall be required, and to march them wherever it is thought proper. People whifper about an Embarkation that is now aftually making, without Noife, in the Ports of Norway for Scotland, at the Requeft of the Court of London, which will be foon followed by another Tranfprjrtation of Troops. Prague, 03. 30. It is confirmed from all Parts, that there are no Enemies left in this Kingdom, but that a Body of 10,000 Men guards the Frontiers of Sileiia, while the reft of �he Army are gone into Winter-Quarters. We have not any Advice that the Enemy have effected their intended Invafion of Moravia ; but we learn, that the City of Olmutz is put in a good State of Defence againlt all Events, and that fome Regiments are daily expected there, which have been detached from the Army with the neaef-fary Artillery. Drefden, 03^%\. As the Difpofitions that are making  contradict: all the Reports of an Accommodation between l, the Courts of Vienna and Berlin, with which we have been ^ tor fome Time flatter'd, it is now faid, that as thofe Courts cannot yet come to a good Underftanding about Preliminaries, a Sufpenfion of Arms has been agreed upon, during which Time Pains will be taken to regulate the principal Articles. M. de Villiers, theBritifh Miniiter, having received a Courier three Days ago from London, has com-' niunicated his Difpatches to the King, in a pjivate Audience: It is faid they tend principally to prevail on the Xing to concur with his PrufHan Majefty, in difpofmg the Court of Vienna to a fpecdy Accommodation with his P ruffian Majeily, as the molt proper. Means to oblige other Knemies to content to a folid and honourable Peace. It is kidded, that the Court has fent a Courier to Vienna, in order to communicate thefe Reprefentations to their Imperial Alajefties. Paris, Nov. 5. There is a Report, that at the Requeft �f the Scots, the Court has at lait confented to the fending tz,ooo Men to the young Pretender, and that our Scotch and Irifli Regiments, with fome Swifs is to compofe this Body, under the Command of Count Lowendahl. It p added, that Spain will, in the Spring, fend a Eo^y 0f equai Force from Ferrol. L d N D O N. The Abbe de la Ville is aftually fet out tin his Return to Verfailles; and has a Yatch belonging to the States to conduct him to Sas-van-Ghent. - It is faid fome of .the Members of the Regency, invited him to flay longer, 'till they had an Anfwerfrom their Ambaflador, M. Van Hoey, to fome Inftruttions they had given him : But as this did not prevail, the Abbe's Orders are fuppofed to have been peremptory. Some' of the Troops of the Confederate Circles are Arrived in the Neighbourhood of the Rhine, and it is thought there will foon be an Army of the Empire; confiiling of near 30,000 Men; who will extend along the Eaft Side of that River, thro' the Brifgaw, the Marquifate of Baden, the Palatinate; and the Landgraviate of Heffe-Darmftadt. The Prince of Conti is actually returned to Paris; and his Troops are retiring to their Winter Quarters in Alface : Bnt it is thought the Count de Segur, with the Body under his Command, will remain in the Winter between Worm3, and Mutterftadtj In the Memorial prefented to the Electoral College by the Pruflian Miniiters^ after complaining of the King of Poland's Conduct; while he was Vicar of the Empire, his Pruffian Majefty expreffes his Expectation of Succour from the College, in cafe his Dominions are attack'd, and that no Affiftance fhall at the fame Time be given to his Poiiih Majefty, Elector of Saxony. Their Imperial Majefties made their Entry into Vienna, the 27th of October, with fuch Magnificence, that a particular Account of that Proceffion is expected from the Prefs. The King of Pruflia is arrived at Berlin, after an Abfence of feven Months^ having taken Breflau in his Way. His Majefty would notpermit the publick Rejoicings, that were defign'd on that Occafion. An Army of Auftrians is going to be formed about Cremona, by the Troops that gradually arrived from Germany, in order to be ready for Action early in the Spring. The Court of Ruffia is expected to depart foon for Mof-cow. Her Imperial Majefty has made large Prefents to all the Domefticks of the Princefs of Anhalt Zerbft, and fe;ms entirely pleafed with the Elevation of the Grand Duke of Tufcany to the Imperial Throne. M. d'Alion is very diligent and complaifant at this Court, but feems rather to lofe than gain any Intereft in favour of his Mailer. Extra 3 of a Letter from Internefs} dated 03oh. 18. � Lad Night Duncan Forbes, Efq; Lord Prefidenr, was attack'd in the Caftle of Culloden, by 200 Men, who after a very warm Reception, were oblig'd to quit their bloody Enterprize, with the lofs of eight of their Men'. His Lordihip was not hurt, and behav'd in this Affair, with great Compofure and Intrepidity ; and in a fhort time will be able to face them in the open Field-' Extra3 ofa Letter from Dumfreis, 03. 27. { Our Situation in the Capital of this Country was fuch as made it unfafe for any Perfon well-affected to the Go-vernmenj to continue longer in it ; Clergy as well as Laity have left it, and for thefe fix Weeks pail,- we have had no Sermon in the Churhces.-- For fome time before I left Edinburgh no Letters were allowed to paf, unopened, which made it extremely dangerous to write any manner of News; but I fhall endeavour, for the future, fince you defire it, to fend an Account of every thing of Moment. My Letters from Edinburgh Lift Night lay, that the Earl of Loudon, having got together at Invernefs, with the Affiftance of the Prefident, a cbnfi-derable Body of the well-affected Clans, viz. Monro's, Grants, Sutherlands, and Mackays, is doing very important Service to the Government; Lieutenant John Campbell is to join him from Argylefhire with a conn-dcrable Body.-Pray tell all your Friends, that the little Damage fuitain'd from the Caitlc, (owing to the good Conduct of General Gueft, &c. the People of Edinburgh will be able to pay Twenty Shillings in the Pound. ' During the whole Time of the Rebels being at Edinburgh, the brave Generals Preilon and Guelt, have [alternately kept Watch, notwithitanding their Age and Infirmities. Letter from Kend.d, 03. 29. � We hadlaft Night the following Account from Dumfreis, viz. That their Fears cf the Rebels daily decreafe there, upon the nearer Approach of our Forces, and that they are determin'd to oppofcthem, iftheyfhould come to raife Contributions. The Rebels are ftill at Edinburgh, and in great Perp!exity ; their Numbers rather dvminiih 2 O than increafe.-The Marchionefs of Annanla'e came 't� this Town on Friday. Night frorn-Scotland, in a Coach.' and had alfo a Cart with her moil valuable Effects j being afraid to continue any longer; but fhe had Letters la f Night, which fay, that fome of the great Men of^rhe' Rebels Party have gone off from them. The Horfe are1 ^ at Newcaftle, and the reft of our Forces are encamptd q upon Ferry-hitts, fix Miles from Durham.' Extra3 of a Letter from Berwick, dated 03. 2 7. . �-l * Yefterday 1000 of the Rebels marched from Edinburgh td Hndlhgton. All our Accounts agree that there are ve-, Q> ry great Diffentions arrongft them ; fome are for march-ing into England, and others for entrenching themfelves. rti where the late Battle was fought. , JT* ' The two Regiments of Dragoons marched from hence this Morning into the County of Northumberland) and will wait there for Marfhal Wade. * Our Spies bring Us Advice, that the Chevalier's Head-' Quarters are how at the Duke of Buccleugh'a fineHoufe * at Dalkeith, where he his a Body-Guard of 1000 Men.. ' We are alfo informed, that two Scotch Noblemen went ' to Edinburgh to join with the Chevalier, but they found ' his Affairs in fuch a fhabby Condition, that they thought ' p;oper to return without feeing him. ' It is currently reported that a Body of 400 of the * Rebels have deferred: The Country all refund within 30 ' Miles of Edinburgh is robbed, plunder'd and almoft laid ' walle, the Inhabitants being ItrippM of every thing that * is Valuable.' Extra3 ofa Letter from Falmtuth, 03. 28. ' 'The Mayor and Juftice of this Corporation have both ' taken out Commiffions 'to form two Companies of Foot ' of 100 Men each for his Majefty's Service : Volunteers ' and Tinners come in fo faft, that each Company wants ' but a very few to be compleat j and they have Mert ' from Capt. Philip?, of Houghton's Regiment, to exercife ' them.-_-.We have Arms in Town for 500 Men. Our ' Neighbouring Towns are all raifing Men, And Jhall Tre/aiuxey die, Then Forty Ihoufand Cornijb Boys nxsill knonu the Reaffi Why. ' Every Perfon acquainted with this County mull know ^ ' this Old Saying of our brave Tinners.' ^ By a Letter from York, dated the 23d Inft. we are in- �2 formed, that the King's Forces are gone by there from Doncalter, and that the Troops are landed at Shields. Orders are fent for Col. Dowglafs's"Regiment of Welch Fuzileers,- arrived hft Week from Flanders, to be quartered at Aldborough in Suffolk, and the Villages adjacent, for the Security of that Coaft. It is confidently affirmed, that Mf. Kelly, formerly in the Tower, and lately in Scotland, was feen at Rotterdam endeavouring to negociate fome Bills of Exchange. On the 2bth Admiral Martyn, in the Yarmouth, with, the Captain, Monmouth; Faulkland, Portland, and York, {from a Cruize) put into Plymouth. The La Lis, Duquen, from the South Sea, is arrived in France, with a valuable Cargoe. And we hear, that the French Weft-India Ships are alfofafely arrived. The Sophia, Montgomery, from Virginia ; and Young . Sufan, Deiarue, from St. Kitts, both for London, are taken into St. Maloes. A French Brig, and a large Fifhing VefTel are brought into" Dover by the Carlifle Privateer, Capr. Owens'. On Tuefday laft the Speedwell of Bolton, Reed, from'-Cape Breton, with French Prifoners; arnived at Dan-mouth, bound to St. Maloes. We he;rr from Stafford, that hft Week Edward Whitby,-of the Middle Temple, Efq; was urranirnoufly choferi Recorder of that Eorofgh, in the room of John Hayes, Efq.; lately deceas'd. Laft Week Thomas Smith, Efq; was unanimoufly cho-fen Mayor of the City of Salisbury for the Year enfuing, and on the i 2th Inft. he will be fwo'rn into that Office. v u L*ftThurfday Night a Journeyman and an Apprentice^ of Mr. Stevens, a Peruke-Maker, in Throgmorton-ftreer,  having charged a fhort Gun, which the Apprentice was de-firous of letting off, the Journeyman held open the Entry-Door for the Boy's Paflage ; but in pafhng, the Gun being cock'd,- and he carrying it with the Mufsle downwards, ftruck it againit the Door, which caus'd it to gooff, and fhot the Journeyman in the Leg, and fhat.er'd the Bone to fuch a Degree, that 'tis expected his Leg will be cut off To-morrow at St. Bartholomew's Hofpital, where he was fent immediately after the Accident happened. Laft Thuriday the I. ord Bifhop of Hereford prefented the Rev. Mr. Charles Cecil, B. D. to the Rectory of St. Anne's,- cum Marttoh, in that County and Diocefe, void by the Death of the lait Incumbent. O ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in tor this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in L.om-ba-rd-Street. No Wooden Shoes. No Arbitrary Power. ;

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