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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 13, 1845, London, Middlesex w ft pi? 1 S; A-T -U ^ D A Y, �. A?jii%;^ " 1745,; -ST**- ULED this -. Alorj^ffe M�ji. J fy'f Ship Pordand to the North- f -*ar|l.vl}Cainc dowif ?lfcfc??�)ettin- * vg6"* Bll^bourn, for Jamaica ; jenura with this L>u|ce Man .nf War, iheitaltiiaote Sloop, and Outward-bound, raention'd Wind ' ^ � The Charming Molly, Kelly, from Leghorn, for London, is put into Lifbbn. L O N DO N. �Extraii of a private Letter from Amsterdam, dated April .. 13, #.6\ .:>:^;   ' We fee here vthe Copy of a Lette-., which the Grand � Vizier has wrote to IheirHigh MigTitinefies,and which � he delivered to M.des Bordes, %g. Republiclc's Refident * at Conftaniinogle, relating ito^jth'e Mediation offered by * the Grand Sigmor to the ^Chri&jin Powers, to exhort � them to.Peace, &z. This Letter is ftfled with Moral * Refleftions, which, tho' a little confpi*d, are neyefflie- * left very good.4 The Gr^:^^^ches*'lB^^(|!Hp * a Mufti, quoting ,eveni whole Paffa^fts of Jiis Mkarm'.3 * but there is a great deal of Room to queftion whether his � Intentions are as purees his Morality; becauTe wefop- * pofe that this Mediation is qffer'd by the Jnftigatiph of � France, and conceals fome deep Defigns. "In effeft, we � hear from Vienna that the Court akes great ifmbragei �. at the Preparations making by the* Turks, on the Froxi-� tiers. It,is true.indeed, they give .out, that theTrcjops � are deflin'd for .the Perfian W?r j but;fotne pjher f)tfpo-'� fitions are making on that* fide^which have nothing to * do with-Peffia. Moreover, ^he Court of Vienna has * received very certain Advices, that  France and Pruffia � omit nothing'that may fet the Porte and the Queen of �.Hungary together by the Ears, representing, among � other things, that if the Houfe of Auftria be not redue'd in Time, it will become7 fo powerful,. tha:t^he,'re is. no � room tj will fai} upon the Tuckifh Provin- * ces that .lie rooit convenient-forir, after the Queen has � made Peace with the Chriftian Powers. There' would '� certainly be more Occafion to dread the Turks, were �� they not obliged to employ all their Forces tooppofe the * Progrefs of Thamas Kouli Kan ; but how long they ''may be obliged to do fo, is what the wifeft of us will-not * venture to determine.  . � * :� As to the Mediation offered by-.Rpj&a, it appears plainer ;* every Day, that the Queen of Hungary and her Allies .* are not pleas'd with it; becaufe they believe'that the * King of Pruffia is in gocd Terms with theEmprefs; that �� there is a very dofe tTuion tefWeen the* two Courts, '� and that his Pruffian'Majefty "does not feem inclined to .'come to an. Accommodation with the Court of Vienna. Betides, the, Alienee which M. d'Allien is to have of the Emprefjs, proves ^hat^be CoitefpoiBdencewhich1 was * fufpended betw^'^CpUrts of Piter&oreh and Ver-� failles, is going to be opened again, and/will perhaps ' become as intimate as ever it was ; all which bodes no ' good to the Common Gaufe, efpecialiy as 'tis the King * of Pruffia, that has mainly contributed to renew this Cor- * refpohdence, '_. 'The Auftrians have fet out exceeding well in Bavaria, * where all Things goi on-, as well as they could wifh, the ' Bavarians, French, and-Hefiianj, having abandoned all "thePofts they occupied along the Danub? ; but then we ' thft^d^ tb > 4S�n4qa jril jthjc Poifc^ftas; they ecciiftjJ^n^e kttd a Sloop, (all from Cape Francois) were1 taken by the'&ebrgt %nd Warren Priya-teers, and carried into Phflaik^^a.1 The UfFroW Spfina, Smith, baund to Lifbon, was taken pn.'Wedniefdiylaftby two French Privateer Cotters, within a Mile of Haftings, and carried away to Boloign. cn Thvttfdaylaft the Eagle Privateer, Capt. Barely ; the Princefs Mary, Capt.; Martip ; and 't%CMniPnn!%, Capt. Liflet fjiled frolin Dover, to crniae in the Channel. OnTJiurfday IdttyvoMeiTengersarrived with fome im^ portant Difpatches from the Court of Vienna.' Yefterday the Right Hon. the Earl of Dunmore, fet our from his.Houfe in Hanover-fquare for Flanders, with a grand Retinue. OnThuffday Night asJVfr. Clarkfon, a Matter Bricklayer, waspaffing thro'UpperfMount-ftreet, he wa?-ftopt by three Ruffians, who robb'dhim of Watch and Money, and got off with their Booty.' On. Wednefday lajl died, at hjs Houfe in Piccadilly, Mr. William Newton, a Linncn-draper of very confiderable Bufihefs. H T. A Y - M A R K E (Being thel^Time of Performing,) i U B .�S : C ;R I f T I O N, �&& 'Sixteenth Night. AT the KING's THEATRE in th*. . HAY-MAHKET, Tweflay,;A^\%%,_will be,jecGa:si!d B E :L S -H A Z Z A R,. With a CO^CfiRTO on the ORGAN. Pit and B^s jo>f irt t 11 I half �ifC. aLot�rf Tf$&% "ixas *bifefiejb*pi&W( th&r O/wM or,Privity j. Opportunity of .returning jfair huwbUlbankt i?t*i For the Benefit of Mrx A Rf^ By ^M:,^^^y^t-Coi^Myy'of Com qr, A Plot. Dj scov e r ' d . The Part of Pierre to bewforjn'd by Mr.SHERjJ And tHe Part of ^^^JaWe'^fo^'i Jbgr Hits. 1 To which will be added i ievpfrle^ue Qpeta, of Two l King P E P I N's : Ca m p a 1. Set to Mufick by Mr. A RNE. ^ * - � --v ^ The ParCoF.King Pepin to be.pertorni'd by Mr.Lovrie; Puff, \ degraded Field Marflul, by Mr. Waltz; ConfTable'of FramSe>'Ml, Blakes ;--lady Abbe6i�Mnv ^rbtttrj^Nuni, MlfirYWtfff~*i'?~~-~--And the Part of Margaret to bf'perfonn'd by Mrs.Arne. Boxes 5s. Pit 3 s. Firft Callery as. Upper Gallery 1 j. *m* Tickets to be had of Mr. A me, next Door Co tMCrOWb inGreat Queenrftreet, by Linroln't-Inn^Fields j at St. JaBjw^CoJp;-houfe; atNanyd*s Coff�-houfe, Tenaple-Barj and at Mr.Sipjp^S Mufick-ftop in Sweetings-Alley near tho Royal-ExchaiKe! ami i ^JL^^*.1** Staged of-the^SgJ^ 1 Tickets may likewife be had. 1 For the Benefit of Mr. TVU&Wi&a Mr, NEALp. - W AT the Theatre-Royal. in Drury-Lan^ oa Wednefday next, will ^psfeated a Comedy, eaffi -y The A L G H Y W 1 g ^ > �he V or Abel Llrugger by Mr. cMlfe^ Subtle, by Mr. Mills j ; face, 6y W.HacHwV  Sir EjScureManimbn by Mr.Tr Ta'whjch virifllje added (not afted.a^Svejif^s) ,. the Tragedy of Txagedies, or Tom 'Phil '�'� theJGfeat. �'' ''\ y:? ' Tom TiomV hy MuVYate*. With Entertainment* betweea the. . A& II. A Dance by Mr.MujIment, and otleW* Aft IV. Dancing by Mr. Muilmentj Signota Betdni, and otiesif A�V; Singing, by MrVLowe; : -:, 1%, JBoxes s �. PitT js. . JSrft pTjUejry x 8. Upper Qallery xt. Tickets and-Places .to be had at the Sjr*n fa iroit f.  # Never Afted there before. By particular D E SI RE. , For the Benefit of Mr. WOODV^ARD Written by Ben Jonnfon. -?*>. #,'1K?arr?fOl**PIume t� be perferm'd oy'Mn GAitftMl Juftice^Balliince, Mr.Bridgea Capt.Braaen/iHff, BTad ^Wi,nftonei Bollock, Mr.TaiWeft'i Worthi rard j Conftable,; Mr^augKan j Welft Collier, 'Mr, Bk � :*Ahyhefe^|Stb^Wo^ Td^ich'wyi ffi lThe Part of MifiLucy byf Mifi With ENTERTAIN ME NT S. Place to betoken of Mr. Hobfon, at the Stage-Dw. To begin exaftly at" Six- o'CtockV <- T ^W* ddvertifements 0f a moderate Len�ti a\taJcen iv (or ibis Paper ckt Sbtllin^seach, i hp ;