General Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 27, 1845, London, Middlesex
The General Advertifer. Numb. $*JJ. WEDNESDAY, March 27, 1745. Deal, March 25. AfL'D Yefterday after Poffi, his Majcfty's Ship the I Kinfale fop the River. Came down Princefs Mary, Ofborn, for Eaft-India; Agrie* and Bella, Brame, for Philadelphia ; Judith, Holland, for Barbadoes; Difpatch Sloop, Hale, for Limerick ; Mary and Betty, Dunn, for Topfham ; the Dartmouth ; Noble Anne, Tienchard, for Plymouth ; and remain with the Duke Man of War, and Oatward-boimd. Wind S.W. Townfljend, -The Caefar, from Jamaica, is arrived at L O N DON. ExtraSi of a private Letter from Amjierdam, March 26, N.S. � The AufWan Minifters rtill continue to flatter them- * felves, that an Accommodation may be brought about -A Vikb^tbe Court of Muwchrs but wevcannqfrtril" wtwi lhtyr^ ground their Hopes upon, for all our Advices from Bavaria, which are frefher than thofe from Vienna, abfo-lutely deftroy thofe Hopes, confidering what Preparations are making on both Sides for a vigorous Campaign, and the other Meafures purfued by the Court of Munich. � Moreover, the French Minifters make no Myftery of faying, that the Party is fo well made with the Prince* of the Union of Francfort, and in particular with the Eleftor of Bavaria.that it may be depended upon that neither his moft Chriftian Majefty, nor his Allies, will lay down their Arms, until they have obtained juft Satisfac- "* And accordingly we fee, that the King of Pruffia, who is gone to put himfelf at the Head of his Army, will now make the greateft Efforts; and they write from Si'efia, that his Army is as fine, as compleat, and as numerous, as ever it was; whilft that of the Auftrians difperfed in ieveral Places, appears no Way able, even when re-aflem-bled, to make Head againft his Pruflian Majelly. They write from Peterfburgh, that it now plainly appears that Court will no otherwife concern itlelf with the Troubles of Europe, but by its good Offices j at leafl it is certaift, that as yet there is no Orders iflued for the March of any Troops, except the Corps which the Em- Some People looks upon the Offer of Ruffia's Mediation as a Pretext to exeufe the Emprefs from entering into any ulterior Engagements, efpecially to the prejudice of the King of Pruffia, with whom (be will by no Means embroil herfelf. * According to fome Advices from Francfort, a French Party have carried off a certain Count, who was going Exprefsto Vienna from the Duke of Aremberg : Several Letters of great Importance have been found upon him, efpecially one, wherein the Duke' gives Advice to the Queen of the bad Condition of his Army, and complains of having been fent very unfeafonably upon this March to the Mayn, whereby his Army has been ruined, efpecially the Cavalry. The Allies are intrenching themfelves and affembling "und theLahne, in o^Iiffj^ijJfgOrthe ^9^9Jttlttjfc�; that are'toDe "lent' tnern ; Dnt^net^llion 15, whether Marflial Maillebois, whofe Army is fuperior to them, will give them Leifure to receive thofe Reinforcements: It is thought he will not, for by the laft Advices from that Quarter, he was to refume his March the 22a In-ftant, in order to draw near the Lahne. * It is currently reported here, that France's Declaration of War againft the Republick will be fpeedily published. Extratl of another Letter from Amjitrdam, dated March 30, JV.S. � The French Troops under the Command of Marflial * Maillebois have continued their March towards the � Lahne, in Ipite of the continual Rains and the Badnefs of * the Roads. We are now impatient to hear, whether their Deiign is to pafs that River, in order to attack the Allies, or to turn off to the Right, and fo get into the x^-T-crrUowwoll'iithey�^tt>c-iatter, onMwsy in-r fer that they ddign to penetrate into the Electorate of Hanover. Our Advices from the Lower Rhine fay not a Word of * the Army of the Allies fmce they told us that it had � paffed the Lahne in order to re-affemble along that * River ; fo that we don't know what Motions it has made 4 ftnee the French have drawn near the Lahne. It is pro- bable thanhe Hanoverians have retired, iince they were canton'd in the Neighbourhood of Weilbourg, and thaf we are now told the French have taken Poffeflion of t! �c � Place. * We have no News at all of the Munfter Troops, and yet they ought to have joined e'er now the Arm/ of the Allies; but it feems the Thing is not yet done, and very 4 probably will never be ; for it is confirmed, that the Elec-4 tor of Cologne is far from being Heady in his Engage-4 ments with the two Maritime Powers, and 'tis very much to be feared, that in a little Time he will let them know more of his Mind. ' They write from Munich, that the Count de Looscon-' tinuesto vifit frequently the Minifters of that Court, and ftrcngly exhorts them to endeavour at an Accommoda-4 tion with the Court of Vienna by the good Offices of the King of Poland, The Bavarian Minifters have again 4 told him, that the Eleflor is not avcrfe to ft, provided 4 his Electoral Highriefs's Allies, who he will never dc-4 fert, be included in fuch an Accommodation : Thefe 4 Minifters added, that they wera not afraid of the Arms 4 of the Court of Vienna j that they were not only able 4 to fuppbft themfelves with the Afliftance of their Allies, 4 but even to recover fpeedily the little Corner of Bavaria 4 which the Auftrians ftill occupy, and affert the juft Pre-' tenfions of the Houfe of Bavaria, .&c. 4 We likewife hear from Munich, that M. Stoppani, 4 the Pope'srNuntio, whom his Holinefs has appointed to go to the Dyet of Eleftion in Quality of Nuntio Extra-4 ordinary, has received Orders to repair to the Bifhop of Bamberg and Wurabourg, and afterwards to the three ' EccJefialHck Electors, in order to exhort them to Peace, ' and �ngage them to favour the lnterefts of the Elector of 4 Bavaria. * The General Converfation in this Country ftill turns 4 4tpon the approaching �pen Rupture with France ; but 4 thefe Reports are as yet only grounded upon fome private 4 Lc ters, which do indeed mention it as a Thing that we 4 mull certainly expecV Ext railof a Letter from an Ojficer on board the Hunter Privateer, Capt. V(ale, at L'Jbon, Dear Brother, WE are arrived here after feveral fharp and bloody Engagements for we had not been three Days at Sea, before we fell hi with a French Man of War of 38 Guns and 480 Men, with a Prize along with her ; fhe engag'd us =bout an Hour, but finding nothing likely to be got but broken Bones, fhe run for it, and left her Prize, which prSv'd to be the Salamander Privateer, that (he had taken three Days before-On the 14th of February, we faw a Sail and chas'd her till Night; when it prov'd calm, lb we could not engage till Morning, when we took her after an Hour's Difpuie ; fhe came from St. Domingo, laden with Sugar, Cocoa, and indigo, her Cargo worth 12000I. the Captain fent me tofearch the Prifoners,and I found near boo Dollars, and on ftarching the Surgeon, difcovcred 25 Doubloons, which he had concealed near his private Parts. -Three Days after we had an Hour's Engagement with another Ship, but Night coming on we loll her.--The next Day faw another Sail which bore down to us, fhe was a French Man of War of 42 Guns and 550 Men; about 11 oYlock came up with each other, and had a defparare Engagement for three Hour's within a Ship's Length, and, tho' the Enemy was twice our Force, yet (as God ordered ""Rfwe fet her Quarters on fire three Times , on which fhe made fail from us, and our Mizen-Maft being cut by the Board, the Shrowds and Running-Rigging (hot to Pieces, we could not go after her. Jn about three Hours he bore down on us again, but finding us prepar'd to receive him, he made-ailxhe Sail he could from us.-The firll Engagement BtfcTthe laft, the Captain only on the Quarter-Deck, and myfelf and Firft Lieutenant fore and aft; the other Officers being on board the Prizes and 50 of our Men. Our Third Lieutenant was kill'd, and the Mate and fome Midfhipmen and 14 wounded. The firll or fecond Broad-fide I could n^t keep our Men to the Guns, till I forced them with yjftol and Cutlaf, but in a little Time they fought like Jtyave Englishmen, and behsv'd well. We had not at any 'time above 110 Men upon Deck. The Captain has added a Share more for my Bravery, and hat pro- mis'd me x Prefent from the Owners.-1 had a Ten- *p(Jund Shot came into my Cabbin, which tore all my Bedding to Pieces, fo that I was forced to throw it ove: board. ---We are now repairing our Ship in order to proceed on a fecond Cruize.----I thank God, I am very well and received no Hurt, the/ the Shot flew about like Hail, and kill'd and waunded Men lay by me on all Sides,, and yet I had no more Thoughts of dying than if I had been eating or drinking. I am, &c. By a private Letter from Nieupcrt we are affured, that on tke 25th, N S. three flout Privateers came out of Dunkirk, on the 26th came out three more, and on the 27th one. Amongil thefe there are two of confiderable Fcfee carrying each of them Pieces of Cannon. The Sutherland Privateer has brought into Dover a Fo* reign Ship, laden with-Naval Scores, bound to France, which we are aflured will prove a good Prize. Lail Night their Royal Highncffes the Prince and Princefs of Wales were at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane to fee the New Tragedy of Tancred and Sigifmunda. The Right Hon. the Lord Haverfham, lies very ikwge-roufly ill, at his Seat at Woodford in Eflex. On Sunday died, at his Houfe in St. James's Market* Mr. Harris, an eminent and wealthy Fifhmonger, greatly lamented by all that knew him. On Monday laft a Man who lodged at, Hampftead iboC himfelf, on Account, as 'tis laid, of having two Wivej, the latter having difcover'd his Marriage with the former. Yefterday Morning a Woman, pretty well drefs'd, was found drown"d in Rofamond's Pond, in St. James's Park i it is faid fhe was tne Wife of a Waterman^ and had beea turn'd out of Doors on Sunday Night Jalt by her Husband. Bank oiocic 146 1 4th a 1 naif, inaia Ditto i8i 1 41W a 182. South Sea Stock 107 a 1 4th. Ditto Old An* nuiiies no prior. (Ditto New 108 7 8ths a 109. Three per Cent. Annuities 89. Ditto 1742, 88 3 4ths. 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