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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 9, 1845, London, Middlesex |il P N D A Y, p e c e m b e r 9, 1745, Dedf, Decemhr 6. lEMAIN in the Dbwns his M^eftyls ' '^hips Norwichj Admiral Vernon; _tttbjr, Saphiife;- Ttyton, FoMbne, 'Poa, Shccmefs, Bjike of Bedford, mi the Diitt^Men of War as in ^y-laft: �.Sjifi^^'Vefleiday Afternoon Majefty's Sloop the Weazle  II � will I II aC^ize. WindN.E.byN. ^fiWlilileiS^ Deal,hfe.^. Remain the Men ^ ofWar, asinmy laft. WindN.E. The Bariun, Damond, from Cafatina, is arrived at 55 Oporto. O Since our laft arrived the Mail from Ho|lahd. ?et&Jkurgh, iVfl, Nov. 24. The Mairquis de Mirepoix, who was thought by�. J. The Pruffian General Quartcfrs will be transferr'd To-morrow to Bautzen: In the mean Time, feveral Parties have been fent in Purfuit of the Auftriansi to haiTafs them in their Retreat, and among other Things^ a Waggon has been taken from them, in which were above 50,000 Crowns^ Prince Charles decamped from Gabel on the two Days laft paft, and we heir that he is �arching towards Prague widi great Precipitation. Dre/deriy Nov. S'JWe have in cur 'Neighbourhood 40 Battahons and 60 Jiquadronjs of the King's '1 roops, beiides the Corps imder General Grunei Thefe Troops quartered upon the Left of the Elbe, and hafve this City for their Center, into which they have fent five Battalions. Detachments of the Pruffians advance from Time to Time? within a fmall Diltance of us, and their main Body is, marching towards Torgawj from whence it is infer'd/-, that the Prince of Defiau, who commands it, defigns to join the King of PrulHia. - Heidelberg, Dec. 7. The Auftrian General Quarters cort-tinue here, ind Veldt Count Traun has lately received a' Courier from Viennaj whither Adjutant-General Starcm-berg is going to make a Tour. I'ranckptrt, Dec 9. We learn th|t the Court of Viehna has fent a confiderable Reinforcenient for Italy, and that 2000 Men have already pufs'd thro' Ihfpruck. Cologne, Dec. 10. The Dutch Carry on their Levifs'widi great Succefs in the Wttteruald and Wettcraw, and pa'rti-ciilarly in the County of^ Naflaa. U G 4-1 5 Hahever^t Dec. i6.,Tho* all the private Advices from Saxony mention nothing but the Preparations fot ^nihing to a decifiVe A^on with the PruiTiahs, yet iris infifihated, that theEffufion of Blood will be'Qjared, and an Accom-biodatiffli brought on bttween thttwo Hoafes, under the lllediation of two of the xnoft co�derable Powers. ^Igien Oa. 26; N. S. The Dey oi this Place and ]Eingdoro, Ij^rahim Bradlhaw, being grown old, and at-tack'd with a bWody Flux, the Symptoms of which were ju^ed extremely dangerous, he has thought proper to J-efi^ his Government, and has caufed his Nephew, inoW- Ibrahim Dey, to be invefted in that Dignity I This Affah: has been happilyt^fcded without the leall Tumult or Diforder, and feems tier be to the Satisfadtion of all Sorts pf Pfeople. What Eifel this may have With Regard to fche Chriftiah Powers, with whom this Government is now In Peace, Time mull tell. But for the Britifli Nsition, he nas always exprefsM the higheil Regard both before and lince his Accefiion. ; L^O N D O N. I Orders hare ^JCen fent from Peterlborg; to General keithf who (commands in Chief the Rufiian Auxiliaries, to mask the Fru0ian Dohiihions^ as foon as he Qali hear the King df PrufHahas committed Hoftilities z^n& the Elec-loratc ot Saxony. On the other Hand, the King of Pruf-fii has fent Orders to the Commandant of Koningfberg, ithat,the Ruffians may have free Paffage, if they demand it ipeiceably; but, if they etideavour to force it, to oppofe *hem with all his Power. ! The King of Sal'dinia has taken Advantage of the Rains (and Inundations, which have put a Stop to the Operations bf the Enemy, to throw Reimbrcements into all his Gar-^rifons that are mbft expofed. i His Polilh Majefly has ftopp'd at Poplitz, a Place noted, !for its Baths, ihilead of proceeding to Prague, |and it is thought, he will go from thence direftly for Poland. � Letters from Drefden of the lateft Date contiadifl the �Report of Prince Charles's Retreat towards Prague, and ifay that, on the contrary, he is upon the h/Tarch to pene-ftrate into Silefia. According to other Letters, hit Defign :is to rdieve thcEleftorate of Saxony. / f , 1 From the London Gazette. farfy.londfiiak. Dee. 2. Oin Friday laft .a Party of the Rebel Hd^rfe from Carlifle came to Penrith, demanded Quarters for 3000 Men, whom they reported to be upon jthe Road, and gaye Orders that the Excife-Money, Con. Itributions,' &,e. mbuld be had in Readinefs for them. ^Thereupon die People of the Town fent out Scouts to Pen-rith-Fell to difcoVef the Rebels^ but no piore appearing, the: Fire-bell was rungi which alarmed and brought toge-thca- great Numbers of People fitm all Parts, and the Horfe marched off for the Bridge, and froin thence to Lowther-hall, of which they took Poffeffion. The Country People immediately purfued theiD, furroundedtheHoufe, fired into it npon them^ killed one, wounded feveral, and made ten Prifoners with all their Horfes. Eight of the Rebels made their fifcape over the Water. On our Side only one Man was wounded, who had the Misfortune to be fhot thro' the Thigh. � Edinburgh, Dec. J.. His Majefty's Ship the Mflford, Capt. Hanway', fell in with and took oft Montrofe,' oh Thurfilay Afternoon, a French Ship with 210 Soldiers ort boards bound from Dunkirk for Montrofe, ihoft 6f which are faid t^f be OfHcers; and as they had intelligence of more Ships of the fame Kind, it is hoped fome of them may fall in the Way of Admiral Byng's Squadron. Whitehall^ Dec. 7. By Advices from Litchfield, his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland arrived there with the Army on Thurfday laft^ and having received Advice that the Rebels had taken Poffeffion of Swarkfton Bridge, before the Orders for breaking it down could be put in Execution, it was tcfolved to en^mp the 6th on Afcriden Common, between Colelhill and Coventry, and this Day near Northampton, by which Means the Army would be again before the Rebels. The Men, who have fbeen a good deal harafled, bear the Fatigue of marching, and all others^ with great Cheai'fuFnefs, and feem to have nb 6ther Wifli,' than to come to to. Engagement with the Rebels. Whitehall, Dec. 7. There are Letters f/dm the Camp atWatherbyof the 5th Inftant, with Advice, that upon hearing of the march of the Rebels into Derbyfhire, Marfhal Wade had direfled the Cav;^lry id begm their March that Morning towards DoncalWr, and the Foot to follow the next Day. The Army halted on the 5th at Wetherby,' to recdive their Bread from Leeds, and their Shoes, Stockings and Flannel Waiftcoats froln Lobdon, which met then! at that Place. , Marftial Wade's' whole Army will be at Dohcaftcr Tonight. TcJ the King*s mofi Excellent MjEJefty. The humble Addrefs of tht .Sritifti Conful; and Merchantl^, refiding at Leghorn in the DtifeediJm of Tufcany. % tit pltafe lour Majejij-^ , � O Eyour Majefty's moft dutiful and |loyal 81^96^3, the ^onful and. Biitifli Mercihants at Lefflome, Q fafe jly beg Leave to Coi^pafalate your Majefty upon your and happy Return to your B^flv DoininionsijEwj^U as upon the Succefs of ^o,ur Majeffy*s Forces in the Taking of Cape preton.'.a Conqactt To beneficial to your Trading Subjefts in^neral. Permit 8s, Sir, to teftify our Gtatitude to your Majefty^ for your patCTnal Care of us in this our Settlement; where^ whilft we were iurrounded with our Enemies, your Majefty (who has ever,the Safety and Welfare of your Sutqe^ts at Heart) at once was gracioufly pleafed to turi^,jrour. Eye w)pn us, and reitioVe oqr Fears, in iignifying tb lis by the Admirals, who had the Honour to command your Majefty's Fleet in ^e Mediterranean, and likewife by your Refidcnx at Florence, that your Majefty had given the former thii moft prcffing Orders to protect us, in our Perfons and Effefts, at all Events. , . We beg Leave to exprefs to ^onr Majefty our utter. Abhorrence and Deteftatioh of the wicked Defigns carrying on in Favour of a Pppiih Pretenderi and to give yout Majefty the ftrongeft Afliirances of odr Duttr ahd Lpyalty; even to the Sact%cingof our Lives and.Jfortunes in the Defence of you# ^ajefty^s facfed Perfon and Royal Hoiife; the Proteftant j^eligion, and the precious Liberti^ enjoy under {your Majefty's gracious and thild Government. . Dated it Leghorn this 15th Day of November, N. S. On Saturday iaft feveral Citizens crf'Londbfi, of gpod Fortune, animated by a proper and commendable 2ealat C/J this Critical Junfture, omred to inlift as Volunteers in the HT* Firft Regiment of Foof Guards; tafcrve where his Majdly ^ Ihould require, and were readily accepted of. ^ The Court of Lieutenancy mtt dn Saturday laft, agree-able to a Let^ fent to the Lord Maytfr on Friday Nighf, and. in brdertoke;cp all quiet in the City of London, di-refted,' that at this Critical Time two Regiments of the! Train'd Bands ftiouid be out evejrj^ Night,* and one in th