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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 16, 1845, London, Middlesex                                Nbmb. 3328. T U E S E* A Y;   July- 16,   1745, HIS Morning failed th�*G*ttadV Bomh to the V^ttw,a*rd ; and the AnaCi Hales* �b^ P^tfaouth. Remain in the Downs his Majefty's Ships Prince George, Dak*, AJGBftancft and Dover, and" the Weazel Sl.pop, with the Oat-ward-bound Ships, as in my laft; with the Bedford, Draper, and Humphry, Wilkinfon, for Jamaica.  Wind E.N.E. .' Grante/end, Jufr 15. rVsM by St. Johannes, John-{bn, fwmGQttc^urgh ; andEmhet, Rezieo* fron� Ntirih-Copen. The Succefs, Burch, from Oporto, is arrived at Levers fool. The Chefter, Cookfon, from Leverpoql, in the River. LONDON. Yefterday arrived the Mails fcorja Holland and Flanders. From the Infant Don Philip's Camp at  Carcere,   dated July 4, N.S. * The Infant arrived here Yefterday, and encamped his  Army, which he found to confift of 2.2 Spanifh and 13 � French Batallioiw. The Reft of the Infantry, and all 4 the Cavalry are expelled here this Day, and the Army  will march To-morrow for Cairo: Nineteen Diftri&s 4 have already {cut Deputies to do Homage to his Royal  Highnefs.  We have Advice from Count Gage's Army, that this  General being informed that the Enemy were intrenching  themfclves at Ottagio, he refolved tq go and diflodge � them : That for this Purpofe he marched from Langafco 4 the 1 ft Inftant, having divided his Army into three Co-� lumns, commanded by the Lieutenant-Generals Viefville, < Saiva and Campo-Santo, who were followed by the Ca-4 valry and the Artillery : That the Enemy had made two  broad and deep Ditches in the high Road, and raifed � fome4 Redoubts in the Mountains which were covered by  good Intreachments; all which were guarded by 2000  Croats and Warafdins, and 1500 Auftrian and Piedmon-  teze regular Troops . That the Vatn of our Columns at-  tacked thofe Works with fo much Bravery, that the Ene-� my abandoned them with Precipitation, and retired to  Ottagio, which they alfo evacuated foon after. They 4 loft oa this Occafion 4 Captains, 3 Subalterns, and 17 5 1 Men taken Prifoners, befides 250 killed on the Spot.  On our Side there was one Captain killed, another Cap- < tain and a Lieutenant wounded, and about 100 private 4 Men killed and wounded. ' P.S. We have juft received Advice, that Count Gage ' encamped Yefterday at Gavi with his whole Army ; and ' that the Enemy's Army has retired to Ripalta, after ' abandoning Novi. Letters from Paris fay, that Marfhal Maillebois has penetrated into the Dutchy of Montferrat, and reduced the greateft Part of it, and that this Progrefs has induced the Sing of Sardinia to retreat with his Army towards AJcffan-drina della Paglia. Advices from Drefden {by the Way of Berlin) fay, that the Duke of -Saxe-Weiftenfels is coming away from the Army in Bohemia, on Account of his ill State of Health ; and that nothing has happened lately between the two Armies, except fome trifling Skirmifees. Some Letters from Hanover of the i6thlnft. N.S. fay, that the Hungarian Infurgents have defeated the Corps detached to Silefia under Lieutenant-General Naffau. From Breflaa they tell us, that the Inforgenti have abandoned all the Places they had fpread themfjelves in, and retired to Jagemdorff, on the Arrival of the Pruffian Troops under General Naffau. They write from Vienna, that upcn the Receipt of the News, that the Rcpublick of Genoa had declared in Favour of the Houfe of Baurhon, and joined her Troops to the Spaniards, a grand Conference was held at the Padace, after which Orders wene difpatthed toGeacral Count Schu-lembourg to levy Contributions in the Territories cf the. Genoefe. A �Courier jvas difgatched at the fame Time ta "Venice; and they flayer fJvwnfelves at Vienna, that this Republick will in a lijttle Tune 4ecla� it} Favour of the* Common Caufe, and furaiih a Body of Troops to the Mueen. ' ExtraS of a Litter front Efentx, Js.fy 17, N.S. * The 14th Inftant the Grand E^e's Army paiTed th^ ' Mayne near Florftteim, and laflf^shurfday we had the]  Honour to fee'his Royal Highnefs, who dined with th$ Elector: About Six in the. Evening the. Grand, Duke left this City undo; a Di&harge qf all, our Artillery, and went to Hocheim. General Beroclau./who had paffed the Rhine with feveral Thoufand Men, furgrized the next Day very early the Town of  S. upwards of 200 Waggons, 700 Horfes, and 50 Mules and among them the Baggage of the Prince of Conti and fome other Generals, with confiderable Sums of Money.  P.S. As 1 was going to feal my Letter, I hear the Huffars have juft brought hither 300 French, and 150 Horfes, all taken near Worms.' They write from Vienna, that upon Advice of the Re-folution taken by the Genofe, in Favour of the Crowns of France, Spain and Naples, it has been referr'd to the Pre-gadi to confult about the Definitive Refolution, which this Change of Conduft in the Genoefe may render neceffary at Venjcje, i. e. Whether this Republick ihqujd came into the Meafures propofed to her for joining a Body of her Troops to thofe of the Queen of Hungary and the King of Sardinia, for their mutual Defence, and to prefervethe Balance of Italy. Tliey write from the French Camp before Oudenarde, that the Trenches were opened there the 17th Inlt. N.S. and that the Battedies began to play the next Morning. The Body of Troops that were at Binck, commanded by the Marquifs de Clermonde-Gallerande, has advanced to Chievres. Of the 700 Men taken Prifoners in the Caltle of Ghent, they faj, 675 are Englifh. They alfo mention the Surrender of Bruges, Aloft- and Grammont to the French.  '" Extraiiof a Letter from Brujfels, fJy 19, N.S. 1 The Counties of Namure and Hainalt have fent Deputies to the French Army, to fettle the Contributions; and we fancy the Dutchy of Biab,ant will obtain fome Abatement in the Sum it has been taxed at. The Duke of Aremberg's Steward has already paid 800 Guineas for his Mailer's Caftfe and Park. Lail Saturday the Magif-trates ef this City received a Letter from the French General, whereby they are fummoned to pay immediately 800 Guineas, and continue paying the like Sum every Month, while the War lails. The 16th Inftant, a Grand Council was held at the Quarters of the Duke cf Cumberland, upon the ill Ufage which all the Prifoners meet with, without Diftinc)ion of Rank or Quality, from the French, who ftrip them quite naked} they'^aye eye/i carried to JLaflc, and treated as Prisoners of War, the Surgeons of the Army chat they found at Ghent ; from which Place we hear, that Count Patyn ch.pfe tp re-fign his Poft of Prefident of ti?e Council of Flandersj rather than take the Oath of Allegiance to the Ki#g of ' We are affured that the Duke of Cumberland, being teucbed with the deplorable Condition of the Prifoners of War of his Army, anddefirous to facilitate their Enlargement, his Royal Highnefs has wrote to the King tf G/.eat-Britain and the Lords Regents, praying them to releafe Marihal Believe and hjs Brother. The Army of the Allies is -ftill in the fame Portion, the Duke's Quar-teis being at Die�hem, Count JConigfegg's at geauticu, and the Prinice of Wajdeck s at E,fca%e,k. I&s pretended jhatithey will not decamp'yet'a-while, but intrench them&lves, andsxsSt Redoubtsat proper Dillances along the Canal and the River. It is given" out here, that 1 Ojdpo Muffler Tj-oops,and, 6900 He$ans are' 'op th/ir tyjtareh to/e-iflforce Jhf Confederate"A\rmy,' frgm which 1200 Men have juft been detached to naounc Guatd in .that City.' * r Yefterday it was currently talked (by the Authority o a private Letter from Hollaed) that there had been a'ge*-neral Aclion on the Rhine, m which the French had loJ upwards of 20,000 Men, kili'd, wounded and taken Prifoners, together with all their Artillery, Icq.-Which wfe once more wrfh may prove true. On Thurfday laft put into Plymouth hisMajefty's Snip the Shoreharo, and a Dutch Man of War, with about 50 Sail of Merchant Ships under their Convoy, bound for Oporto and Lifbon, We hear from Cork, that on the 29th ok. the Dragon and Old Noll Privateers were chafed into that Harbour, and that both narrowly eicap'd being taken. Yefterday came Advice from Plymouth, that the Col-chefter indiamaa, -Capt. Cornwall, which has been fo long at Kinfale, was fafely arrived there, under Convoy of bis Majefty's Ship the Mary Gaily : Who alfo brought with hex two French Prizes, taken by his Majefty's ihip the Augufta, Capt. Hamilton. They write from Twiverton near Bath, tlm on thf   the Commiffioners for Hackney Coaches, to Mrs. Anne Rutland of Mitcham, a Lady of fine Accomplifhments, and confiderable Fortune. Yefterday was married at Dulwicb Chapel Mr. Child an eminent Fell-monger, to Mifs Anne Gibbs of Sydenham, a fine young Lady, with a very confiderable Fortone. On Thujfday laft Mr. Martin, jicy eminent Attorney, was chofen Veflry Clerk of the Parifh of Church-Church, Spstal-field?, a place of confiderable Profit. Laft Thurfday died at Penfharft in Kent, Mr. Shuttle-worth, a very noted and wealthy Hop-Planter. Yefterday died, at his Houfe in Fenchurch-fireet, the Rev. Dr. Chalmar, Reftor of St. Catherine Coleman in the faid Street, Clerk of St. Andrew's, Holborn, &c. Yefteidav Morning, as a Carman was deriving bis Cart, loaded with three Hogfheads of Tobacco, thro* Little Tpwer-ftjeet, he fuddenly fell down, and one of the Wheels ran over his Body, and crufh'd him in fo terrible a manner that 'tis next to iropoffibJe he fhould recover, tt>o' he had immediate Afliftance. It is faid he was unhappily fub-]eSt to Fits, and was taken with one when he fell. R. SHERGOLD (Printer to the Honourable the Com-miilioners of the Lotteries) at his Office, oppofite the Pope's-Head Tavern in Pope's-Head Alley, over-againlt ti:e Royal-Exchange, CornhiU, buys and fells Tickets, and tranfafts all other Bufinefs in the State Lottery 1745. At the faid Office Bank Certificates for Life Annuities are mw deliver'd to the Purchafers, Navy and Victualling B Us, Salt Orders, and all othex Government Securities, are bought and fold by Comroiffion, Schemes of the Lottery given Gratis, and Ready-Money p3id for Blanks and Prizes 1743 and 1744. The WAREHOUSE for Morning Gowns and Banjans is removed from Pope's-Head Alley, to the Woo/pad and Dolpbiri, Three Doors above Birchin-lane in Lornbill ; Wtieie great Variety of Gowns are kept ready made, of rich Silk Damafjiy, fine Scotch plaids, Flower'd Ruffeh, Figur'd Gr.qg;ams, Valluretsj &c. Alfo Banjans of fin^ Cloth, Duffins, Plaids and Damaflcj. All forts of Velvet-Caps and Softies. Canterbury, July 1^. On Saturday laft the Rev. Mr. David Jones, .Re^or of Upper Htard,es, was there married to Mifs Hirdres, only fur/).ying Daughter 0/ the late Sir Wiliia^ Haxdres, Bart, a very agreeable Lady, cf h\ii Accompliftunents, and a handfome J<01 tune, WeJnefday lalt died in this Place, in the 29th Year of his Agej of a Conyulfjye Feyer, Hemy Roberts, Efq; a Gentleman of g09d Fortune in this County, aad in the lil^nd of BarbadAcs. IRELAND. Dublin, July 9. They tell us from Cork, that Captain Powell in tne Old Noll, who together with the Dragon Privateer, was chafed into that Place, had met with five large French Men of War, who were after him five Huurs. And that on the 24th he fell in with Admiral Marcn, who was cru zing with three Ships. ILs Grace the Lord Archbifliop of Dublin has appointed theflev. Dr. John Towers, Prebendary of St. Patrick's, ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-ftrccc. 0 - C C   

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