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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 24, 1845, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. 8535* T mi. --.--. - . � 1 i ii JP r MONDAY, February 24, 1745*0. AVING lately met with uncommon Encouragement, the Sale of this Paper being now more thai) Double "what it was $nrMonths agtf, the Propriseors find tbeaaielves under a Neeeffity of making a Second Publication, which will be done at iNine o^Ctock every . Moaning; and for the Conveniency of Subfcribers, in and about the Cities of Lonttyt zad.ffi/hitif$er9 it fliall be ddiver*d at-their Houfes, Coon, after that Time, for Six-pence per With-Thofe who chooie to be ferved earlier, rjnay nave-ifref tieifewkm of Pairip^ict*0iops at Nine Pencex asu'fual , or by fending to the Psibliiher's in Link- Britain, for One feflny eadj Pajfer. ; .  *' Notvyifh.ftanding the peculiar iVdvVntages this Paper has oyer fome others, Advertifements of a moderate Length are mferted for Two Shillings each. : P.S. The Favours which are ' herel^. acknowledged to have heenreceived from the Publick, fern to make it unnecejary to fay, that the utmofi Pains are confiantfy taken, Ugivt the mojl siaierial ana\ early Intelligence, fotb Foreign and Dofnejlick y^andjhat-no F,Xpmet^i^ke fparfdj in ihf'frir^ curing of every other tfrtick that can make a Daily Paper ufuful and enter taming. � -------,-:_-_,_-_;_-----l-._ Deal, February 22. |AILEDto the Northward hjs Maje-fty's Ship Ruby. Arrived Commc-dote Knowles in theHaftings, with die Tryton, Sajatroander and Vulcan i and have brought in two JFrench Tr^nfports, with- Troops bpard. Remain the Princefs I: Louifa, Tryton,, Salamander, Vol-___ -can, the two Transports, and Swift Privateer ; with the Harrington, Hunter; from Virginia. Sailed on a Cruise his' Maje&y's Ship Hafiings. Came down the Royal Volunteer, Chriftan, for Pool. Wind" N.W. The Daniel, Sornerlet,, from London ; and Duke of Cumberland', Reynolds, from Newport, hpth bound to Carolina, are arrived at Bermudas. The St^ George, Mitchel,. from, Newfoundland, it Leghorn. The, Young Jacob, Darners, from Liflwn, in the&iver, San Domingo, DeCofta, from Oporto, in the Downs. Since our laft arrived the Mail from Holland. ConflantiMptfi. Jan. |6,. The Potte has pubjiihed ark E�JSa/s. Tfc�a.aCppj? of jhfrjjdj&iw^bieen fent to the Perfian f Ambaffador, he oievertheleA, continued his Route to this pt$i "Iwh'ftrJeJne travieA on the jjth of Ja-Hoary."1 Hencf it is thoughtr-that he briogslwith him ultimate and more acceptable JEropofitions. Geeal,Preparations :are making however here for the ppenjag the Campaign early'i We learnfrom Egypt, jthafcrJiejUhicfs rbere afce rifen againft theiSafha,-upon his attempting to force them to pay Taxes, -according to the Grand Signer's Plea-fore. � -.- . . - " - . Ciptrihagitty Feb. i^-TheKing is much better,.and has already begunggai&to. converfc with.-theMinivers. The Mortality amdng? thejjGattle, which was thought to be oVer, cohtihuej to make great Ravages amoi\g them, and it is computed jihat 20o,ooo-Oxen as .Qows, ^iave died witflin-thelaft Year ; which very much'enhances the BriceoQf f ro�fions. ' ' ' I ' Pqrut Feb. zu CoantjdcWaflenaer, Lord of Twickel, pafe'd-fcy he^e �n the 20th in his Way to Court. An Ex-jsrefs is arrivjed �com-MrMaiUebois, wi(K.A"dviee ofvthe ' |fo&&ri^^ to ttirliteri IhtDutchy of .Nj^J^ witH^^epion, in Cate; Melfurdsij'y whi^tHe1; .^Ufttry has;a|reao^, very ^ck fufFered. ' ' ' v "'-'* * -" Franckfart, Feb. %%. TheJFrenc^are preparing three Migaiunes, one at Herth above Philipfburg, the fecond at Tautctftirg, ,and the Ijd und^gr the Cannon of Landau. TJte JProyifions tojfiJOL the.m_are tranfporting from Alface ^d,tnVSuntgau. ^4s/oon as^he Seafon wiu permit, they vttf&to work updri rae^ortiification^ ofsisandau. thty uBt m.ucfc^th�re^|5P^e/,nqtwithft^dirfc .thd great Pxepa*ations .that ^^niakiag* fv the approaching Cam* faign;,; ^5Ebife 'Advjces fd%that the ^ews from the i&^A^-^^y^^at. fincevthe^r V^lb feveral Trantp\tffe;have.^^w^B landi iade� \vttlj ie^eril./Kecesr, of, hca�y ^Ai^Ulcry, and. * large ^Untity^^ifer^Piovifiofe jcoo Antwerp, Feb. 24- Tfee Prince of Waldeck having/et out on Monday laft for Mechlin, feveral Dutch and Hanoverian Regiments that were here liave followed him. They write from Bruffels, "that the French^ Generals fpeak with great Applauie of-the Defence made-by the.Garrifon there, which is now^Bpon the Road to Arra^'Lifle, Sec. The French have taken in all 17 Dutch and Au^rian General's. Count de Cauti'tz is expected here this Evening, with all the Chancery, the French having permitted him, and all other Perfons in Civil Employments, to- retire where they think proper. Marfhal Saxe has confiderably reinforced the Troops at Lou vain, bat tie Defign of this is yet unknown. The Report however tuns, that Count Lowehdahl is advanced jvicji a large Body of Troops towards Mechlin, to diflodge-rhe Auftrians in thofe Parts. It �-prcrended, that the fecond Column of Auftrian Reinforcements, commanded by Count de Bournoriville, could not pa6 the Maefe at Maeftricht before the ziftlnil. Ptnice. Feb. 4, N.$. We are inExpe6Utioc jpf. hearing foon of an Aftion near the Train, M. de Gages having thrown feveral Bridges over that River, witn a Defiga to attack the Auftrians before the Arrival of the Succours from Germaj� again xp hjs Station maifewDjiys,, ' " * " Fhrehce^ Feb. K, N. S. On the 5th Inftant M. Paperini, who for upwards of 15 Years pafl iias refided at Genoa, andaftedas Agent of Ttt^myi'atriye^fe^ij, in Confe-cwence of an. OrderJ^ly m^dje by |he *pj^Uck of Genoa^ "for htm toi leave tfet> tjiree Days.: Turin, Feb. i^.W.S. On Friday the 6th Inftantan Exprefe from' sNovarr� brought an Account, tnat a Detachment *cf Spanifb Cavalry had forded! the Tefm near OleggiOi to the .Number of about 30.00 Hdiife, -with fome GrehldieTS which tjiey itid b|nught dyer te^md' themf, as"tliey^dfltf..Bridge on iliat River. T^is tj^tachment ^;lct|iported,by therMotion made at j$e�igje Time jof feather ;Body of Spaoifli -Troops from Vjgeyano: And the imperial General not thinking himfelf ftrong enough to rnaKe1 a ^tind, retired in good Order from Worvafre, �in two Marches, behmd^JelelBa, arid is fince come tp Vercelli^'wSre He"Ha? been"jomed by foW|atdidhs of the-JCirig of Safdirtia'siTroops; and'^Orders Were imrar-diat'iyggivenhere fetu>c;mqre, an^thcej? Re^im�jn� of Horfi?, to march thither with the utmnft Diligence, and. for all.Officers to repair an^mtjy, to the^ij 50^$. ,We are how & Hourly J^p^aj^oii ^t-fymxx Accounts /rom.thofe Parts. . - , i - i . ,VU^nat Feb. t^. -MfrQialBathiam is awjointed by dus Court to command their forces in the Low Countries, and Phncs Lobcowite in the Empire j but it is fttopofed that Prince Charles willJave:tne*Cenimaftd ther^l. ^Wdflfial gathian^ill reoair as .fobjv U poffib!le & the Haguj|.  Count Datm1 will be' at Uie* Head of the'Infantry,, ;and Ger : neral Philberg, as igfeidj of the Cavalry. " Hague, Fib.^. OriWedhefday Night an Officer ar-rived^hire, fent by Liedt^^naht-Genetalv11^htlef D^n, with an Account, thati4? ^grr^on Bruffels had furrende-red t^emfelves Pr^Tqne^ of War, on thraoA Infant,* and that" moll of thef^vourabje Accounts whica w*iadfrom T%e^ Time, Qf^e^rojg^Cs a^ndtjie incidents'of