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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 23, 1845, London, Middlesex                                o 1^ co VEt) this Forenoott his^Mtjf--IftyV^hi^Yafinouth r alfo Admi-. , jal M^ij, with the York, Not-i 'tfeghain^'^,ana '^rixe HiiicKinbrokc ^ioop i the^pKlIion, C6mbs,4rom Antigua^ Jail frc^ Boftdn. Sailed his Maj6fty?s.^p Pool ^ for the Nofe i and the Folkftone qn aBcmzt; iand ail the-Eaft-Ii^ Ships for the River. 'llemai6;tte|forwich, and the reft of-ttteMen of War, ao4 .the ^hhvard-bound j with the Marj', Wood-rope, fofjiiadeira;'arid William and'Anne, Strahan, for Gibrd^rwmrsr^.' - - ---.....- � � Since our laft arrived a Mail from Holland. . i Teurjbitrghy Dec. 4; BarOri di^Wardeteldt had on the 28th paft an Audiente of the;chprefs and their Impei-ial Highneffes,' to compliment jthem, in the Na^ of the King hii Mailer, on the MSrriage of the Grand Prince and Princefs. The ferife Minijft'er alfo denaartded, by a Memorial, the Saccour which her Imperi^^Majefty is obliged by Treaty tofumilh the Court of Berlin. The Preparations arc continued for the Emprefs's Jouriiey to Kiga next Month. We have Advice, that the City of Altracan has been almoff reduced 'to Afhes by a F^e, and in it Merchandize to the Value of 150,000 Rubier: But the*Magazihes of>the Engllih, were prefcrved, they not being within the Enclofure of the XlJity.    .    . SchweidnitZy Dec. 11. TheEnemie? that were polled in the Mountains of this Province, frorti whence they made Incurftons ^rihto the, Country, and raifed Contributions, are diflodged, land have abandoned Hirfchberg, Landftiuti  and feveral oihcr Tlaces which they occupied.   Lieute-nant-General ^^aUj-wha had-the. Charge of this.Expe-, dicion, ill ponjua^on with Majpr-Gencral Winterfeldt, marched/ome Dayi^o'towairdsjffand^     Genredl Sf.. Andre, >vho was.on 'tlat Side with Ms Corps, retired jjp-on the /^pro^fh pf the pruffians withiiuch Precipitation, t)iat he had not.Xim(? to give .Nplictrto Philibert's Regi* merit of Dragoons in" Schwa^zy/alde ?      Re^riiierit was thereforje fupj)^^.by. OHr Van-|^aid; jwhit^        fomie of themy. ihad|j^fapiit 60 Pmoiiers^ said .took" frbm^ them. above ipo Hoi^es  TKe.reft were 'tayed by iheans' of a thick "Fog.; vr|e G^nefals, St. fcpoh'ahd Thungen, 3^^^^ were in" tlipfett^^^ers," >yith fve R proper'likewife to retreat," as welt as tjler^i'al Hohe^^tobSj who was 'upp^the-l^arch .to rieiaforee^ th^; and all il^efe Troops have^pai^edthe Mdimtams, morder'^to ritl^eby Tratenatt to Jaromi(tz, in Bph'^i-.^^ ,      t ' Major-General" 5f inte,Ffe]d^,"^W^^ arrivcS tvifo Days'ago, at 'Sfhm fehkt%;dlbiid <�ijfeltoctefend^t5'. tv^v Vw^      v.- THiro Tatftaithave fetely aMvediih this Port^ having on bosrd ^5po1Pileft$'^^iriv� Qu^nafy- of. WkrJikV. Erovifions ' and Scbrisj^ "We%ve Advice/^hat'the.PiWnionteze &am made *ne^.^?t^raotl upon �heTerritoriej of Final and Savona, ahdWied off a great many, i^attle, bcfides doing oth'er-iJdtoiffigfe**^ ----~ -.....---------' MUan.CPicfri'i- iUpon Adtftcy tfeat xhe Infant,' Don Philip wasfarrivi^d af-Pavia; "Vvij^l^.A^fi^iv^p. pepetf^t? ia.-^ to the -J4|ia^f^, at^the;He^d "c/^'powerful "A^^^ the Deptit^e^ptUis .Gitjf aretft "^ai;ia^a^>�eir Sit^^ffipn to'thatRnnce^^'\j.., \. -^y. l.c '.a.'{j. !"^^T^''! General (Jouftt^de Gages" Has put T�)ops into le#ral Pofts along the Teffino, to obftruft |th"e' PaiTage of P/inVe LichteBftera7''wht3Tyt)Htgcd'by-tiiat'Mea���t^^^ Circuit by^he Wayfof Seftip^d tb^_,i^go,^aggiore, in order jto retire intp;^e)Wantvi^n-Art^^^ Theyan-guardof'theAuflian,Auxiliaries, wliichitwi& not doubted had Orders-to aft offenfiyely, in'Cafe an Ac-comctiodation'wasnotniade, wereatri�ed on this .Side Me* mel in Pruffia, when the laft Accounts^ame from them. The Contributions demandedbytWBiliffians of the City of Leipfick;-an^ thife TerritoWesl^pt^^filj were fo heav^, thSt it drained tfe People ndti^y^iQf^alMheirMonejrjbuti tthe Plate and Jewels, and even the Omahietts of}theiB^' Churches'.   Nor did this fofece,'Without a great Number jof Bills draw* by Foreign Merchants, a^s well as Sjamsof ' Money fubfcrib'M up'On Loan. .Th#Time for raifihg this Money wafi very flibrt> and the Sbldiers had Orders to proceed imme f SaJ^li|i^Ghent i^ Dutch Flanders, that .the Wa^ mky be opeft td^lland, if they fhail think proper, Rilarftial Saxe is,l^f8|3^/in Inlanders, to eiecyte the Orders of his Courioh thlfe^C. ' From the London cGazefte. N.S. His Brilannick Majefty's ^n Balfour, is fafely arrived "^If4e,.i which he has convoy'd Hamhrni Ship the'E^L^ ^ in this River with tne _ totfie Elbe and Wefer. Drefden, Dec. 23. His Pruffi^^^^ffy being herewith his firlt Minifter Count Podewils,' ieverai Conferences ha�e been held 'with the Plenipotentiary Mii^iifters of ^i^ing of Poland our Sovereign, Count Harl^fi^^n ti[ie Part of the Queen of Hungary, and M. '^illiers who a�ls as Mediator on the Part of th^King &f Great-Britjuni In thefe Conferences a Ceffatioii. of Arms has been already agJted on between the three Powers at War, and it is ex-peded that the definitive Treaty of Peace will be figned in a fe\y Days,. /. > Francjort, Dec. 2^. We hear frpjfli Ratilbon, that ^e Diet has taken .a general Refolution fog'Arming the Em-fpire: ^ " "  � Roiterda^, ,pj!c. 28. We^juftiilFpnniEd, thataFleet cf;-Ti*anfport3' fro.m Engl^4'. is Vii^^^ at Helvoet-iluys.   . , V   , Hague,'D�e :n^^^ .....iue.,pf, thlg jg^ons,, tp l(>iir.*tiieS^'g#k,:i^iit, that they declined it, and retreated with Precipitation) into; Bohemia.-thd i8th' Ifaftint' tiPPw^dn^iMaiefty �prefented'iilmfelf'before ptd^/:k^^;jRg|ieceiVid^e without Qppc|i|ion, the^Gatfi^^ Prifdners'o�3v^,--His Pruffian-:^^fly-.aids, that -the-Lofs pfthe-tSaxPn^jn the Whole, intcluding the;G45rifon of Drefden,., founts to; upwardp of j^zopo Men. "; Coupt Rofe4berg recaved his Cre^pr|i|^4i'.9iii;%^'^'i?X^'l^^as ^inilier Plenipotentiary from tfie Einp^efe..'of, �Gefin^y- to the States Genifkir jparbh.R^fchach is'tp" continue EhVoy Extraordinary from fe^6th'their'I'lS^rial'Ni^jefHes. '� Corkt'Dei: i i .xThlV'Moriiitfglt|ie 'pM^tc S|iip of War,, called, th^'^bu^rfe"'iofi^Ltrndo^V cdjifim^ded by:Ca:ptaiii Ephraim Copke^^/ojjghtinto this jHar^Qur^ Spanilh Ship called the St. PedfajBrigantinejAofnthe^ Groinej,Jii)on Gai'per Guirall Mafter, laden with Arm'is and Ammunition^ and bound, as is fuppofcd^ Yof Scd^Ed^v'..By t^ Reppit of (Japtain Cooke, ther.e,;aiiB'pniQatd^ 2560 Muikets and Bayonets, i if Barrels of �Ppwder^j.^o'Cales. of .BaU^ each weighing 400 Pounds Weight,,and* a greats Number ^pf Flints; there \vere 60000, !PUtp][esii>.||ag%pnboard,-whipfi^ with the Veffel's Papers, were all t^own over-bqard, fiiveabout i?�7,C!f ,th(f.PittorcSr. ^<^miq" of^ the Prifonets fay, that there were at1^crrpl;fom,:Span}ib Men of War and three Tranfports, .ladea 28*c6ut meeting' with terrible Galfes oficdntrary Winds> they AreV/theit'Sdn's bvcr-boatd,'"and werfe bbaringaWayfajr Spain -"iJ^-'^-'ti/i^ jjhey'Wfefcltakeh.       : '   ,.''.    1,;/':' 2 o . D�.t 14^ ^he Earl of Loudonnjnafched oh the 3d from Invernels ,to Fort Auguftus with �doo^den', I and.reacK'd that Place withput.ffliy Qppofition. .    ;     * ! * The Rebels at Perth have; began,to make a Ditch ftjond the Towaf, which it is givejte out they intend ito fur^- tjfy. '  :      l '�  K � �� �  \fk:-tA^-^--:r- : -   '  * , H^Btehall-t d>ec. 21. Letters ,?�Eceiir'a'dus Mptning from the Duke of Gdmberiarid,.,byssai!M|iffi^er-:i^ Royil^ighnefs on Thtp^Ja^Mornxng la^ biting in Account, Siatihe had come-^ wjthf therlRebels on Wetjsefdaj' q Night A^ith hi ;GavalE^;^after.3;eftH6aisKarcfii rjdfl: be^ yond Lwvther H^l, wihich th^ JRie^^ abandpoedii^iV Approach, and threw Chemfelviw^^ii*' CHTton, within three Miles df RoyaJ Highnefs immediate|yJi difmounted, who' bSaved'eipl^ Rebels out of it m anHo^'i--� anddefebfibieP#; 'f^L&Oio�ti^^S;^^ii^fi^^ ..ipiown, as, it vvas quite dark before tl^,^i^ilh~wa^ver': That of the King's Fdrces Amounted to about 40'Men kiird and woun-ed, ind four Ofiicett wounded, out noi mortally, viz. Colonel Honeywdod, 'Captain Eaftj and the two Cornets Owen and Hamiltdn.^. A Captain Hamilton of the Rebels was taken Frifoher much wodhded-After the ASion, the Rebels retired to four Miles dift^ce, and his Royal HighiKTs. intended .to purfue them as fooh as poffible. St. yams''Dec. 20. This Day the Bar"68 de Boetfeiaer, Minilier Plenipotentiary from the States General, hadjiis ,       private Audience of his Majeily, to deliver his Letters �^f Credence : He was introduced by the Right Hon. the ^ i^flCowper, Gentlemen of the Bed-Chamfein Wiring, aii# OTndudted by Sir Clement CottrelL Dormer,^ JCnt. Mafter of the Ceremonies. '' Yefterday Morning arrived a Coui^ with the Treaty of Peace between the King of Pruffia, (the C^een of Hungary and the King.of Poland, fully ratiiS^aod^gned by.the ieveral Parties j the King of Great-�ritain beihg theft|iB& diator. *' Attd*We are iaform'd the King of' Pruffia, nol^wthftanjl* ing he is in Poffeffion of Drefdenj has agreed'tgji^fc'i^^y upon the fame Terms, as were propofed fp hinilSiSaine Months fince.*"^-^! his News, which'we havfe from uh-doubted Authority, muft certainly give Joy to every; true Briton, as it nwft ftill .encreafe our Power to diftfefs and keep under our avowedbafe'Enemiesj the French-'      � Dover, pec. 20.  Juft now came in two Prizes, fent".in by the^Carlifle rD  PrivateeV, which were taken Yefterday j one of them  French Filhing Veffel,'the o'tKer a'Scoot j tliere"Was a  ' third Vcffel fenf with them, but ^ftie ran- alhore-in our  Bayr and wasldft :' Thefe are Part of a Fleet ^of;'al?out �     i^!);!  with wUiVV. ti^o r>,_i;/i- -J Tr 1 Ti'-' wiwAaaiiwttiu v�i ^-^�ais, anu. �Mcve neartwenty of � them on Shore, which they apprehend'muft be^ moftly, � Ipft : They alfo funk two, and'ljumt'one, which iaft � wasloaded with Ponder, Ball, Cannon, and bthia-Lri-� plements of War.--This was ddne on the French'Shor^, * and in tight of a confiderabld^Body of. Hdrfe Wid F^ot; .* drawn upon tb&Shore, who'fir'd vefy brilfclybut the ' Carlifle's Guns kiU'd agreat ma^y bf them during this � Tin^e theiGuns atXalais kept a continual.Firl^ but'the * Shot went quite over the Gaflifle.--The York afterwards � eng^'d with a Ship of zo Guhs, which Cagt,' Owehs,"df � t3ie(^rliflefe�ngi'he ordered" his/Prizes to proceed hi-i titeri and return-d to affift the Yorkpand 4o what-other f Service heco'uld.--TheVeffeUftrit in have on boar^ * "Warlike Store, fuch as fmall Cannon; Ppwder, Shot-, � Poles jfpiked at^^both Ends, axtd fome Horie Furniture j ,� one.of thefaid'Veffels hasaBrafsField Piece on board, �'mounted on its proper Carriagie.'    � ; Several TJn^^Catinifters, holding�gbout three Pints, each, fiUM vvrth'bld Nails'.'broken Gla^, ihaip SionesijM.J^^ beer) found in the TrJaxjfcprts, whjcjii        brpughtjritb Dover from the Coaft'of France^ cn_Fridayjaft-..>V Cauferefufei all fuch vil/aitjous, inhujnan A�ifian(e,  .  Yefterday Lprd jVifcount Fakoodthf fet but from his ^ Houfe in Grofirenor Square foi* Gortowal to takifVpon him ^ -the Command pf a Regiment raifed there forthdDefence ^ cf theCoaft.i j .   -   '       . � =       � r. . Three -Thoufand Foot and tooo^Horfe are ordered fpf the Coafts of Effex and Suffolk, airid 4000 Fool and fjcio Horfe fer the'Coafts of'Kent^nd-Siaffex,;i^^ order to be t ready to oppofe>any Foreign Invafipn.'     "       ' ^. r,.; Saturday NmnberS i8/';42 andf4-8,D70iyare.dfi'|nPriw3. of i;P,ooo 1. and 13,824,18,9i'2y 231,524, 45.38^^5.645 "land 6,197 were drawn Prizes of i bp Leach.   ' o 1 "ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in f6r' this Paper, at Lloyd's CoFrEE-HousE, in Lombard-Street. No Wx^oden Shoes. No Arbitrary Power.   

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