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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 8, 1845, London, Middlesex Tte General Advertifer. SATURDAY, June 8, 1745. peat June 6. EMAIN in the Downs his Maje-fty's Ship the Duke, and the Privateers. Wind S.�. Grave fend, June 6. Pafs'dby Providence, Nichols, from Genoa ; Lady Elizabeth, Bredanius; Lady Mary, Rofe ; and Mary, Jannifon, from Amflerdam ; and Running-Fox, Boozey, from Zu-riczee. �'�-- LONDON. YefterJa'y arrived the Mail from Holland, . ^ Letters from Turin bring the News of the JJeath of the Marquis d'Ormea, Prime Minifter to the King of Sardinia.  . We hear from Rocheforr, that the French Squadrons, commarided by Meffrs. dePiofip .and de }a jonquieire, have j>uf into.that:Port. ~\ " They write from Genoa, that three Neapolitan Tartans, laden with three Pieces of Cannon, two Mortars, "wjth a jgreat^ Quantity of Bombs. .Qajpnpn^Bal^ &c. for the Ar-*rTy'Tunae7 Uount Gage, arrived in *fcia$ Harbour the 29th of laft Month, N.S. The Captains of them reported, that the Reft of thofe Neapolitan Tartans, which are about twenty in all, would arrive fucceffively in frnaji Diyifions. - According to Advices from "Francfort of the 40th InlL N.S. the prince of Conti's Army, which they reckon to be above 30000 ftrong, was actually encamped near Bdben-haufen within two Leagues of Afchaffehbourg ; and that Count Traun's Army was arrived in the Neighborhood of Miltenbourg, which is but feven or eight Leagues from Afchaffenbourg. There had been a Skirmifh between the tbe Aaitr-ian and French HafTars, in which the latter had 70 Mien killed an the Spot, and 200 taktn Priloners. They add, that General Bathiani being recovered from his late Indiipofiion, was expecled every Day at the Duke of Aremberg's Army, and that they reckon'd this Army would fpeedjly join that under Count Traun, without any Op-trcfiUoq Jmm the Kreneho? cho' fome fay the Prince Contf Bas received Orders to fight at all Events, rather than fuf-fcr that Jun&ion to take Place. According to Advices from the Camp of the Allies near Leffines of. the 9th Inft. the G^rrifon of the Citadel of Tournay continue to defend themfelves with ail poffible Vigour. The Fire of their Artillery has already dismounted ieveral of the Enemy's Batteries, befjdes which they hsve done a great deal of Mifchiefon the French Camp, by the Quantity of Bombs they have fent in amongil them. It K reckon'd the French have already loft above 2000 Men before the Citadel ; and that this has made them reiblv.e to carry on the Siege by Sap ; which will make it fpiri out the longer, and fo give the Allies Leifure to make another Attempt for the Relief of the Ganifon. The neceffary Dif-pofitions are making in our Camp for this Purpofe, and his Royal Highnefs the Duke has fent a Detachment of Horfe an'Q-Foot to Ronfon, in order to fecure there a Paffage over the Scheld. In the mean time, the Army receives Reinforcements every Day. Extracl of a Letter from Berlin, June 8, N.S. �� *'Lieutenant-Colonel WaTtertBerg, one of the King's Aids * de Camp, arrived here the 6th Inliant, preceeded by 16 * Poftillions blowing their Horns, and brought the two * Queens the News of a Victory gained by his Majefty in * Silefia, the Particulars of which are found in a Printed * Piece publifhed by the Court, whereof the following is ' an Extradl. ' The Enemy's Army, confiding of above 80,000 Auf- * trian and Saxon Troops, having entered Silefia the latter * End of May by the Gorges of the Mountains on the Side * of Schemberg, Friedland and Landfhut, began the 2d � and 3d Inftant, to come down into the Plain on rhe Side of Bolckenhayn, advancing towards Strig u and javer ; * when the King, who encamped on the 2d at Javernick, ' decamped the 3d, and the next Morning at 4 o'clock, * attacked the Enemy's Army near Fnedberg, wriofe Right * Wing confifted of Auflrians, the Saxons forming the * Left. The Battle lafled 'till 11 o'Clock in the Forenoon, * and our Cavalry as well as Infantry having done Wonders, * we gained the moll fignal and the molt compleat Victory * that any Army won thefe many Years paft, having taken * 5000 of the Enemies Prifoners, with 30 Officers of Dif-� tin&ion, five Generals, 66 Colours, 10 Standards, 8 Pair � of Ketttle-Drums, and 40 Pieces of Cannon. . * The Auftrians and Saxons left upwards of 4000 Men * killed or wounded on the Field of Battle, and we purfued * them above a League and a half, even unto the Moun- * tains. Our Lofs- amounts to about 1200 Men killed and woonded. ' Lieut. General Trufches was filled by a Can- * non Ball ; the Colonels Maffau and Schwerin, and the * Lieut. Colonels Bodenbroek and Calbouz are dangeroufly ' wounded, and Lieut. Colonel Berticow is killed. The * King and his Brothers led on the Troops, and during * the whole Action were in the hotteft Part P.S. As the Exprefs is ready to fet out, a good Number * of Officers, Aultrians and Saxons, are jufl brought in ; * we reckon we have in all near Fourfcore.' Letters, from Drefden bring us the following Extract of a Relation of this Battle, which the Duke of Saxe-Wciffen-fels fent to his Polifh' Majeity, viz. That the Junction of the two Armies having been * made the 28th of May, N.S. they entered Silefia the ' next Day, from which time to the' 2d of June they en-' deavoyred, according to Prince Charles.^ Plan, to deprive ' the'Pruffians of their Communication with, the iert,of ' Silefia and the Dutchy of Cjofftn : That the 3d in the * Evening his Pruffian Majeity, whofe Army was pofted at ' Schwednitz, made a Movement forwards, and the next � Morning prefented fcimfelf in Order of -Battle, and at- � tack'd the Auftmni and Saxons : That the Rattle laftfid ' 'till 10 o'Clock, with all poifible Vigour and Obftiaacy ' on both fides ; but the Irregular Troops having then ' been put into Confufion, and thofe that d.irefled the Ar- * tillery behaving no better, Prince Charles thought fit to ' order a Retreat, ythteh vyas performed in good Order, * the whole Opmbiped Army having reached again the ' Defiles of Landihut and Schraeidberg j the Pruffians nbt ' having purfued them.' There are no Advices yet from Vienija xjpneerning this Engagement, wjiich we (cannot think has been fo difad-vanta^eous to t,he Auftiians, as the Accounts from Berlin would make us For SALE by the CANDLE^ ' At GARRAWAY's Coffee-Houfe in Exchange-AUgr^ !, c" """'^PPWH^JBy lit iiii.jDujiilnfaMii- C THE following Goods, being th$Cargo&:\\\ of the LADORADE, a French Prize from Guardalnp^_ ' taken by the Princefs Augufta Privateer, Capt. Le Groff, Coriander, Conlifting of about 210 Hogfheads Sugar?, 95 Bags Cotton, 4 Tons. Coffee, '* Of which further Notice willbegivep, and pataloguef TiiB^jjr ,^fl�,j f: liver'd hy Fearon and Hudfon, qndTho. Palmer,Br.ofor.Ss- :-. For the USE of SCHOOL S. This Day is publijbed, Price 2 s. The Eighth Edition (corrected and impro{u\4}r.ftfi^ . THE FABLES of PHiEDRUS,.'Aa+ gufias Catfar's Free_d,Man + with a Numerical ItEY adjainj|^>f, to each Line, directing to take the Words in Conftruing in a prope^ Order } and alfo t > Notes of PETER DANET, for the Ufe-,pf the DAUPHIN. Translated into Englift. To which are added, A Copious Parfjngindex, containiiig ayery Word in the Fablgs, WUJv proper Engliih j and a Grammatical Praxis on them referring W'ithe Rules of Grammar, by the Affiftance of which young Scholars, of z 1 ffsras^wiiUiliL Ruin Me mm nabred"6rthemfelves, with Eafe and Pleafure. (and wfthom Ipterrug*. rion to the Teasher) to learn their Leflbns in .Phtednit. , By N. BAILEY. Printed for d. Browne, at the Black Swan .without Temple-Bar. - A,D V E RTISE M ^N TS are taken in for this Paper, at Llqyd's Coffee-House, jq Loii3^acd--ftreet* ;