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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 9, 1845, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. Numb. ^375. MONDAY, September 9, 1745." Dealy September 7. tHIS Moaning one of the Dutch * Men of War fail'd to the Northward ; and his Majeity's Ship Dover, and a Dutch Man of War, with the Outward-bound Merchant Ship?, was under fail, for the Weftward j but are put back, and r^nain with the Royal George, Prince George, the S\ George, Duke, Sandwich, and Kinfale, the two Firelhips, Weazel Sloop, the Dutch Ac-mir.il, and other Dutch Mtn of War. Came drnvn Ye-iFrday the Greyhound, Spanton, for Kinfale ; and Happy Ktturn, for Lifbjn. Wind S.E.byS. The Mary, Watfon, from Glafgow and Cork, is armed at Batbadoes. LONDON. Ycflerday arrived the Mails from Holland and Flanders. ]\Uia/i, Aitg. 27. The Spaniard- fire without intermif-fion, f om fix Batteries, upon the Cita'el of Tortona. In the Night between the 24th and 25th, they burnt fome Outworks of the Place, that were compofed of Fafcines. According to the Adv:CCs from Novi, aoove 450 Mtn who hive been wounded at the Siege of Tortona, are conduced thither ; and that City is laid to be almoll full of Sick and Wuundfd. /I.//.;/, Au
i rity of Voices. V\ e are alio 'iriied, tnat the Elector Palatiiie lias given the fame initruc-(i.iii- co ins AmbatfaJors ; fo that the EkcTon at lalt is in a �1 r Way of being unanimous. 'Fhe Ylanifelto la't (.ubliuYd b- ti.e King or Pi ullb, ;ig-inlt the Couit of Diefden, has contributed more than any 1 hing elie to pufh on mis Affair * iti V i?our. Dufeld',>?, Sep'. 10. The Body or 16 000 French, that b.u ui-un the Road of Mentz with a 1 rain of Artillery, havir-g by the Way percived the Motions of General Bern-ciiiu. thought proper to :urn back ac. n... ,r.i. .?.-.� . \v" rs ain. nr.:,/, pt.,j. e 0!omi:e OdN.lves here grrat /\d-vr.ii.e. f.otn tne approacr.ing imperial Election, the Fre-lar.in .,ie; to wh.ch advar-Cc io happily, that, acco/ding to th: E.t Ert er-, above 2 j Artie e: of tne Cdpituia.ion are i:r.;i:y regaiuted. E>cn F;ance, wiio lias declared fo !oj.;!v at mere than one Court, that (he will by no means tv.r 1'ufFcT the Gr=nJ Duke to aicencl the Imperial Throne, manifeiilv 'o chariir.1 her J cne. C.:> 0- v. .lei Of C K-:i'f';-(-tz, Air;, zti. On tne 2'th the Army took Pof-(.i a new Camp between Czernlow anj (.jrejt Ska-1. Ali tne Saxons have left it, except only 6-co Men. Nadalii bear on the 2;th, near Jclfeneve, a Body seen i 2 and 15.coo Praihans, who had palled the , ::bive 403 of tnem were killed, 31; made Prifo-1:1 a 1 ;g wounded. i here weic aifo taken Lur Piecei nun. and lomc loaded Waggons. Oar Lois con Jilted of -o Men. the mjlt or wr.oin were Huflars. �>r-::L' St ' Viv,ti flag; bat he could obtain no better Teinis to J-:rn cif and Cainlon, than thofe of" laying down their ri'iib, and J'urreiidering Prifont-rs of War, preferving only l'u;f Baggages. It was with Difficulty that 5 or 6co i'renc:, D-'ierters, who were found in the 7'own, had their Fives grafted, upon Promife of more Fidelity Jor the fu-lie. Fhe (jarr.fon confuting of 1^00 Men, partly Eng- !y on your Maj-i-y'j Goocne!?, (which they id (o t.appily experienced) tint nothing in wanting to iecure to this Naiion the lilh, and partly Hatiorerians, will, it is thought, be conducted to Compiegne, t� or 15 Leagues from Paris. Antwerp, Sept. 13. The Allied Army (till continues in its former advantageous Camp, but the Report is, that it will not remain there long, Hague, Sept. 14. According to cur Letters from Brabant, all the Motions of the French give plainly enough to underftand, that their Defign is to befjege Aeth. The Allied Army has made a Motion this Day, in order to quit theprefent Camp, and march to Ouderlecht. Paris, Sept. 10. Tuefday lalt, the 7th Inftanr, the King made his Publick Entry into this City. H;s Reception wa? equal to the Idea that had been formed of it. Kiiijington, Sept. 3. This Day the Ford .Mayer and Court of Aldermen waited on his Majeliy to congratulate him on hislafe Return ; and being introduced to hi.- Majeity by h s Grace the Duke of Grafton, Lord Chamb; rlain of his Ma-jelly's Houfhold, Sir Simon Urlin, Knt. the Recorder, made their Compliments in the following Speech, Ma our \ij-jeiiy the fincerelt AfFm.nces of their AiY.ction and Zeal f.r y may lit eafy cn your Rnyal Head ; and that the Srepter (-.s a BIdling to Frofperity) may contii.uj to latelt Generations in your il'uitiious Houfe. To which his Majeity was pleafed to return this molt graciou; Anlv.cr. / return yo:t my hearty 7banks for ibis ear/t Mai It of vur AffeJlion and Loyalty to n;e and ms Crx\rnmir.t. Tb open A:tempts of the Et.emici to the Reby^n ard Liie
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