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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 10, 1845, London, Middlesex '1 ill - j. SATURDAY, August 10, 1745- Deal, Auguji 8. RAILED this Morning his Maje' ' ~ fty's Ship Pool, andWcazle Sloop for Oftend. Came down Nancy ; Haddock, for Madeira % Nonpa* � reil, Jakes, for Bermudas-; the Fearon, Sutcliffe, for Jamaica ; Diamond, Brapple j and 'Margaret and Anne, Drake, for Annapolis-Royal ; and remain &ith his Majefty's Ships the' Dtffce, Prince George^ Dover,' and iEma Firefhip, with the Outward-bound j and Swift and Young Noll Privateers. - Wind South. LONDON. Yefterday arrived the Mails due from Holland and Flanders. Extra tl of a Letter from Genoa, Auguft 31, N.S. ' The Englilh Squadron appeared the 25tKlnltaot before � this Harbour ; whereupon all the Gunner's were ordered ' to their Polls, and other neceffary Difpofitions were � made for a vigorous Defence in Cafe of an Attack. � The fame Day five Ships of that Squadron, with two � Bomb-Ketches, appeared before Savdna, and towards � Evening began to bombard that Place, and continued do- * ing fo till Monday Morning, when they thought fit to � fheer off, after throwing in 108 Bombs to- little or no * Purpofe. The Cannon of the Fortrefs play'd upon them * all the Time, but whether it did them any Damage is * more than we know. � The Englifii Squadron has fince withdrawn from our * Coails, in order to go and fe;k Provjfions elfewhere, as 1 we are uld, feeing they muft not expect any more from * hence, after the Hostilities committed at S.ivona. Since * their withdrawing, upwards of 30 Veffels have put into ' this Harbour with Provifions and warlike Stores, from 1 Naples, Viilafrancha, Savona and other Places. * Letters from Milan of the 31 It of July, N.S. fay, Se-' ravalle furrendered to the Spaniards the 27th, and that � the Garrifon were Prifoners of War ; and that Tortona ' wis inverted the next Day. The King of Sardinia's � Head-Quarters were ftill at Monte-Caliello, and his Ma-' jefty had ordered the Country round about Alexandria de � la Paglia to be laid under Water. Part cf Count Gage's 1 Army is to be employed at the Siege of Tortona under * the Direction of Marfhal Maillebois, while the P>.eft joins ' the Infant Don Philip's Army. Seme Letters from Piedmont of the 3d Initant, N.S. fay, that Seravalie was not yet taken ; that the Spaniards had indeed made a wide Breach in the Place, but jult as they were marching up to the Aflault, the Garrifon unmaik'd fume new Batter:es, and ply'd the the Spaniards fo warmly that trey were obliged to retreat, and call about for fome new Method to reduce the Place. The fame Letters like-wife tell us, that Tortona was not yet inverted the 3d of Auguft, N.S. nor were the Enemy then making any Preparations for that Purpofe. ExtraSl of a Letter from Drefden, 'Auguji 9, N.S. * Upon Advice that the Pruffian Troops are in Motion * towards the Upper Lufatia Orders have been difpatched ' to the Inhab tants of that Province. 4 The Iaft Letters from the Army in Bohemia fay, that ' the Pruflians had laid three Bridges over the E1d near * Czemofchitz ; that they have likewife fome Bridges on * the Mettau ; and that on the 3d Inftant a Body of about ' 14,000 Men came and took Poll behind that River be-' tween Zwol and Richauweck. Thofe Letters add, Prince * Charles's Army was reinforced the next Day by 1000 * Hcrfe and 500 Foot from Tranfilvania, and that his Se-' rene Highnefs expected a Body of 5000 IrregularTroops ' from the Upper Silefia. ' A Courier difpatched from Peterfburgh has brought * fr;lh AiTurances from the Emprefs of Ruffia, that if the ' Electorate of Saxony fhould be attacked on Account of * the Auxiliary Troops which the King has furnifhed to the ' Court of Vienna, her Imperial Majefty muft and will, ' in fuch a Cafe, march fome Troops to his Majefty's Af-' fjftance, by Virtue of the Treaties fubfifting between ' them. Advices from the Pruffian-Camp in Bohemia, dated the 3 3d lnitant, N.S. fay, that the King had detached the Princes Thierry and Mauritius of Anhalt-Deffau, and the Prince of Brunfwick-Bevern, with feveral Batallions and Squadrons, in order to cut off a Body of Troops Coming to Prince Charles of Lorrain from the Upper Silefia. Letters from Magdebourgh of the 12th Inftant, N.S. ad-vife, thai the Troops that had been cantoned in that Neighbourhood were actually on their March towards the Place of their Deitination. According to Advices from Francfort the Elector of Mentz has fent Notice to the Magiftrates that he will be there fome Time this Month, but has tot fee the Day. Another Conference was held the 9th Inftant, N.S. at the Quarters of the Elector of Mentz's Minifter, the Subject of which was to fet a Day for Opening the Conferences about the Election of an Emperor; but nothing was refolved upon, feveral Minilters alledging that their Inltructions tvefe not ample enough. The Prince;of Conti's Army remains in the' fame Pofition, the Detachment which he lately fent over the Rhine, having repaired the River $ fince which General Trips has polled a Detachment at Rhinhatafen to watch the Motions of the French. The Grand Duke's Army remained on the nthlnft.'N.S. in trje fame Quarters } but as his Royal Highnefs had ordered three Bridges to be Jaid acrofs the Ncckar, its prefmried he intends to decamp very foon. According to Letters from Bruflels of the i^thlnft. N.S. the Commandant of Dendermond beat the Chamade the Jzth, and it was ftipulated by the Capitulation, that the Garrifon mould march out with the Honours of War, upon Condition that they do not ferve againft France for a-Year and half to come. Thefe Letters add, that by all Appearance the French Army would decamp the tyh or 14th, but'''they could not guefs at firufrels what the Enemy's Dc-fign might be ; however, they were putting in a: Ppfture to give them a warm Reception, in cafe they march up to that City. They afro tell us, that the Trenches were to be opened the 15 th before Oftend ; tbut as the,Garrifon actually confided of near 5CO0 .Men, and th'e'rie wereYome' Men of war and Bomb .Ketches in the Harbour, they flatter themfelves that if Count Lowendahl is made a Marfhal of France, it will not be for taking Oftetfd. " " ' Extras of a Letter from the Hague, Auguji 17, N.S. 'Mr. Trevor, Envoy Extraordinary from the King of * Great-Britain, has delivered a Memorial to the States ' General, in which his Excellency declarei, " That not-*' withstanding all the Engines which the Enemies of the " Kirrgfhis Mafter fet' to' work againft his Kingdoms, his " Uritannick Majefty will not defuft from fliewing upon " all Occafions his conftant Zeal for his Allies: That for " this End, he is willing to leave his own Dominions in " a Manner bare of Troops and Ships, in order to " employ them in preferving a Place of fuch Confequence " to the Common Caufe as the Town and Port of Oftend " is; and that he does not in the leaft doubt but his faith-" ful Allies will furnifli him with the Succours ftipulated '* by Treaties, in Cafe the new Attempt of the young Pre-" tender comes to a Plead.' , ClerktnxotU, thi� and every Evening (during the Sun?  mer Seafon) will be presented Variety of New Performances, Was. Tumbling by Mr- Williams, Mr. Rayner, and Mr. Hough. Rope-Dancing by the celebrated Mifs Rayner, who walki up b Slanting Rope 100 Feet long, from the Bottom of the Stage to cfec Upper Gallery. Variety of New Songs by Mr. Brett, Mifs Lincoln, and Mifs Vaux. Several Grand Dances, Serious and Comic. The famouj Voung GIANT will perform the Part of the Soldiir. in the Sslditr, Sailor, Tinker, Taykr, and Buxom foan of Dtftftrd. The Whole to Conclude with anew Entertainment of Mufick, call'd BACCHUS and CIRCE. Interfpeti'd with a new Piece in Grotefque Character*, call'd As You Like It j cr, Harlequin's Whim, Bacchus by Mr. Brett; Circe by Mifs Lincoln ; The Character of Harlequin by Mr. Rofoman ; Servant by Mr. Hough ; Colombine by Mrs. Hough. Tbt Seene:^ Machines, Mufick, and Dnffci, all entirely New. To begin every Evening at Five 'Clock Each Perfon will be admitted for a Pint of WINE or PUNCH. To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. Every Evening there will be new Performances. Admiralty-Office, Auguft: b, 1745. /* � mJZfcM.E Lords Comrnijfi'oners cf the Admiralty d& ^'j/*' t hereby fridly dire3Jucb of the Petty-Officers and Fore- ^^*'*>' SADLE R's-W ELLS. AT Sadler's-Welh) adjoining tottheiVVw- I River Head, JJlington, this and every Evening (during the * Summer Seafon) will be I'ht Usual Diversions of that Place. Confiftlng of Rope-Dancing by the celebrated Madem. Kerman, Monf.Janno, Mailer Kerman and Mafter Francis. Tumbling by-Monf. Dominique, Monf. Janno, Mafter Kerman, Mafter Francis, and Monf. Pierot Pas Tomba. Dancing (both Serious and Comic) by Mr. Davenport, Mr. Miles, Mr. Polling, Mr. Olbeldifton, Mr. Gra-nier, Monf. Janno, Mafter Granier, Mrs. Miles, Mrs. Bullock, Mrs. Davenport, Mrs. Freeman, Mifs Granier, Mrs. Vallols, and Mliter and Mifs Morris, particularly Several new Grand Dances. Variety of new Songs by Mr. Heemikirck and Mifs HiUier. To which will be added, a New Grand Entertainment of Singing and Dancing, call'd JASON and MEDEA. WITH The Taking of the Golden Fleece, and Deflrcying tbt Fiery Bulls. With feveral New Scenes in Grotefque Character*, call'd The REVELS of HARLEQUIN; Or, The Prussian Out-wictcd. To Conclude with The Nuptials ^HARLEQUIN in /^Temple c/HYMEN.. Tbt Scenes, Cloatbs, Mufick, and other Decorations entirely New, To begin every Evening at* Five o'Clock. m<*jl-Mcn late belonging to his Majeffs late Ships the An-glcfea and Soleb&y, i�ho art returned from France, and art not already entered to ferve in fome of his Majtflfs Ships, to repair immediately the fopptr on board tbt: Tli-bury and the latter on beard the Ruby^ botb\ Ships fit tin* out at Portfmouth, on board ivhich Sbifs they nvill be fata\ their Wages for the Angldqi 0�ASolely, befsrt the i'iln bur# and RuOy praceels to ea% and Covdutf-hletiey alio'*?4 th.em, *nd Carriage for their Chefs. aud^Rtdding to Portfmouth. But if *ny of the faid Men fjriitortpmrdsAipve ' direfled, they will only lofe their Wages fo&tht Arugjefei and Solebay, but the Marfhal of the Admiralty