Tuesday, October 12, 1745

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 12, 1845, London, Middlesex Numb. 3410. Dealy October 10. EMAIN his Majetty^ Ships and the Outward-bound. Arrive4 Yefterday the I)eal-Caftle, and about 30 Ships from the Weft-Indies, but laft from Cork; a-mong them the Dntchefs of Gordon, and King David from St. �itts; Parham - Club, Prince Charles, Peggy and Jenny, and Conftant Frigate, from Antigua; Anna Maria, and Friendfhip, from Barbadoes; and Polh, from Montferrat. The Lynn Man of War is failM for the >^ River. Wind S.W. H Grave/end, Od. 10. Pafs'd by Atalama, Ambrofe, and > Afhtead, from Antigua; Mary, and Anna Maria, from Jti Barbadoes 5 Kingfton, from Carolina; Middlefev, Venice, QO and Delight, from St Kilts; Seafiower, from Montferrat; O Cato, from Oporto; and'Vigilant, from Gottenburgh. ^ Tbe Friendfhip, Ouchterlony, from London ; and the Charming Sally, Demerick, from New-England, are arrived at Maryland. *  The Ba-acuta, Glandeny, from London, at Jamaica. � The Sally, Cole)' from'Newfoundland, at Leghorn. The Zant, Whitwood, from Faroe, at Waterford. Yefterday arrived the two Mails from Holland. Stockholm, 0^.-4. His Majeity being returned to this Capital, many Lords are arrived from their Country Seat-, to pay their Compliments. The French Court has defired the King to interpofe his good Offices to bring about a Peace, we are affured that Count de Gyllenburgri ru^ fig-oiified to the Marquis de Laumarie, once for all, that his Majefiy will not intermeddle with tne general Pacification ; but leave the Care of it to other Powers ; and that Ambaf-fad:r is reported 10 have fent thib Aniwer to his Court by "an Exprefj. blamLou-gb, Od. i 2. It is (til! given out here, thn h's Danish Maj iiy wi:! immediately caufe 12,0*0 of his Troops to embark, in crder to their being tranlported into Scotlnn;-', for the Se.vice of his liritannkk Majeity. * Hague, O*. 17. ly Letters from Cafal, dated the 3d Inft-.nt, we !e.\vn, that the Viftory bo iied of in July Etnounts only to this: That the French and Spamfh Troops having t.ken fomepofts near the Tanaro, the King of Sardinia, o avoid a general Engagement, on Account of the great Superiority of the Enemy, had thought proper to cuange his C>mp; and that finding himlelf unable to cover Valenza and Alexandria, had removed to Ca'al, where the two Armies were actually united. They add, � That if the Aullrian Troops had not been feparated from . ' the Piedmonteze, Marlhal de Maillebois could not un-^�' puni(hed have attacked the Corps upon the Tanaro, <U ' which of themlelves were too feeble, and could not be O-t� fupported without Hiking a Battle, the JfTue of which it � was forefeen, muft be difadvantageous to his Sardinian * Majeity. Thrfe Letters fay farther, that a Body of Ca-Q ' valry, compofed of fome Squadrons, not having been /fj ' able to rejoin the Army in the Retreat to Cafal, had been * forced to pafs thro' a difficult Way, exceeding trouble-c fome to the Horfes ; and it was this Corps that fuffered I moft upon the Occafion, the Enemy h.ving made fome ' Prifoners : So that the Difadvantage of the Affair on the ' 27th, with the Accounts of which Europe had been * �lUd, amounted in Fad,to only the Lofs of a few Squa- * drons, and abandoning the Camp of Valenza. Vienna, Od. 6. We have received from the Quarters of Prince Charle-, at Hedena, the Detail of the Action in Bohemia the 30th paft, by which we find this Affair does not a little lefemble that of Cza.fl.aw, where tbe Enemy remained Mailers of the Field of Battle, tho' they had lolt double the Number of Men that we had. Time will make it appea*-, that the Confequences will be much the fame. Before this Action, we had obtained feveral Advantages. II was expefted the Enemy would have done more in Sile-fia; but they have only ruined the Gates of Jagerndorff, pulled up and burnt the Pallifades, and then returned by the Way of Newftadt to Neifs. Some of the Inhabitants  are beginning to return Home. Hague, Od. 19. We learn from Franckfort, that all the Electors* who concurr'd in the Imperial Election, have figned and fworn to an Aflbciation, to employ all their Forces for re-eftablifhing the Repofe of the Empire,and defending it againft any Foreign Invafion; as alfo, for maintaining inviolably the faid Ele&ion, againft all who may: u endeavour to oppofe itj there are fome Letters which *af-V fure us, that the King of Pruffia's Army has entirely eva-� -cuted Bohemia, and is retired into Sdefia. <U Mans, Od, 13. It is believed the Rains, which begin y to fall, will oblige the Enemies to retire into Winter Quarry ters" ^ Leiden, 061. 19. There are Letters from Conflantinople, 0 dated the 10th pail, which mention, that Thamas Kouli ^ Kan having been informed, that the Corps of the Bafhaws Deyen and Abdallay were united, he decamped from the Neighbourhood of Erivan, and fell upon (he Turks ; that the latter after fuftaining three Attacks, were totally defeated ; that four Bafhaws of three Tail% and many other Officers, had been kil.'ed, and the General in Chief, Ba-fhaw Deyen, was finee dead of his Wounds; that above 30,000 Turks had been loft, and the Lofs of the Perfians was alfo considerable. Franckfort, Od. 19. Yefterday arrived here an Oflcer from Prince Charles's Army in Bohemia, who has brought to his Imperial Majefiy a little Box, containing the principal Papers th# were found in the Pruffian Chancery. We learn at the fame Time, that 160 of the King's Attendants were, made Prifoners at theGeneral Quarters, and that the Huflars and Pandours. had brought off the Baggage cf the principal Officer.', a� vi ell as his Pruffian Majeity. T U R,D A Y, Aetb, 03.9. The Marquis de Clermont Gallerande, Lieutenant-General of the French Armies, having inyefted this City on the z 6th of September, with a Body of about 20,000 Men, employed afterwards eight Days m making the Difpofitions. for the Siege/and carrying on Approaches;. During this Time, the Garrifon, comjxjfed of about 1200 Men, made a continual Fire to deftroy the Works of th Enemies; which they did with fo much Succefs, that by Day they for fome Time heat down alj the Befiegers had been labouring at in the Night. But the Length of the Night favouring the Workmen, the French opened their Trenches between the firft and fecond Inftant, and were in a Condition to fire upon the Town the 3d at Night. The next Day was fpent in Cannonading on both Sides: But when Darknefs came on again, M.de Clermont Gallerande, forefeeing the gallant Refittahce that would be made by the Count de Wurmbrand, Governor of the City, and the Bravery of the Garrifon, took the cruel Refoiution of bombarding the Buildings, with 68 Pieces of Cannon and 24 Mortars; which in four Days and four Nights, by playing inceffantly, were computed to throw in about 20,000 Bombs and co.ooo Balls. The City, which is fmall and clofe built, has been reduced to A*hes. Our Lady's Refuge, a Nunnery, is entirely levelled with the Ground. St. Julian's great Church is totally ruined, and about 200 Cannon Balls have done this to the fine Church and Convent of the Recollets. Part of the Grand College is alfo beat down, and the Town-Houfe and Arfenal are utterly deltro)ed. A great many Perfons, of both Sexes, have been kneck'd on the Head by the Bombs. The Heads of Orders, with the chief Miniller of the Town, affetted with fo much Mifery, repaired to the Governor, and engaged him to capitulate, which he did Yefterday about 10 in the Morning, and obtained the moft honourable Conditions. The Garrifon marches out on the 1 ith, with all the Military Honours, two Cannons and a Mortar. It is to be conduced the fhorteft Way to Bruffels, and has Liberty Hill to ferve agiinift the Queen's Enemies. Bruffels, Oct. 14. Lieutenant General Hawley, having, thrown into Mons two Battalions of Ligne, of Los Rios, and one of Salm, returned on the nth by Genap, and encamped near this City, and Yefterday Morning he marched to the Army. The fame Day Count de Worm-brand returned hither with the Garrifon of Aeth. The Siege of Mon fon, by the following Form. O ' Whereas the under-named Merchants in Dublin, being �3 ' fully convinced of'Meffrs.vLanell and Dickenfon'shaving ' an undoubted Capital above what will be fufficient to pay *-i ' their prefent Demands, and being alfo convinced, their *  flopping Payment, was occafioned by no other Caufe, ' than the late extraordinary Drain of Cafh ojit of thb ' Kingdom, which Calamity has been general: Now we ' the laid Merchants, and each of us, do hereby for our-4 felves, promife and engage to receive and take the faid 4 Meffrs. Lunell and Dickenfon's Notes for Payment of any ' Goods we (hall fell, or for any Debts now due to us, ex-' cept Bills of Exchange. Dublin, Odober 1, 1746. Liverpool, Od. 8. Yefterday arrived the Rippon, John , teer-Mafterr'a1ird''the New CunfifF,'Thomas Johnfon, Matter, both from Viginia laden with Tobacco. They have taken a Prize loaden with French Wine and Brandy, which they have brought into Beaumaris; they bring us an Account, that the Robert, Capt. Saunders, the Hare, Capt. Reed, and the Enterprise, Capt. Tomfon, had an Engagement with a Privateer, the two former were taken, and the latter was blown up in the Engagement; ail Gu -nea men belonging to this Place, bound tor Jamaica with Slaves. They write from Antwerp, that the French have ordered all the Inhabitants of Flanders from between 20 and 40 to draw Lots for going into the King's Service: Which has occahoned many Perfons of the Age hVd upon to retire elfewhere: A remarkable Inflance of tbe Lenity of French Government, as the former is of their Humanity in the Art of making War ! Genoa has actually been bombarded, but Accounts greatly ^ differ as to the Number of Bombs that were thrown into '"O that City. However, all agree, that little Damage was � dbne*. Other Cities upon the Coalls of the Republick, have fhared the fame Fate, and it is expected we fhall hear of more. Yefterday being the Anniverfary of his Majefty's Coronation, there was the greateft Appearance of INobility and Gentry at Kenfington, to compliment his Majefiy, ever known on the Occafion. At Noon the Guns in the Park and Tower were fired, the Bells rung all the Day in the Cities of London and Weftminfter, the Ships in the River were ornamented with Colours and Streamers, and the Evening was concluded with Bonfires and Illuminations. There is no certain Advice yet of the Rebels having begun theirMarch towards England; tho' there is a Report in Town, that they proceeded on Tuefday laft towards Berwick. The Exeter Man of War, who brought an Account that the Ship London had been obliged to put into St. Helena to refit, is appointed one of the Convoy to the india .Ships now lying at Galway. The Tryal of Briftol, Goarly, from Bofton, was taken the 17th of" Auguft, in Lat. 44. by a French Man of War of 30 Guns; but was re-taken by three Privateers, about 200 Leagues S.W, from the Land's End; the Commander and Crew of the Tryal are on board the French Man of War. The York and Defiance Men of War are failed on a Cruize from Plymouth.  And the Maidftone, Augufta, Exeter, Edinburgh, Falkland, and Prince Frederick Men of War are returned from Cruizing. " ^  Yefterday there was Advice from Jamaica, by way of p Virginia, that all was well in that lfland on the 6th of �3 July ; and that the Fleet for England was to fail about the *-t 1 ft of Auguft, under Convoy of the Princefs of Orange, ^ and two other Men of War We hear, that the Hercules, Taylor, from St. Kitts, is taken and carried into France. The Hill-Gaily Gorman, from Antigua for London, laft from -Cork, founder'd in her Paffage ; but the Captain and Part of the Crew were taken up by Capt. Pringle. The Afcention, Adams, from Barbadoes, alfo founder'd; but the Crew were taken up by the Induftry, Showers. A Snow in the faid Fleet alfo founder'd ; but we know not her Name. Yefterday the Earl of Rothes arrived at his Houfe in Brook-ftreet, Grofvenor-fquare, from the Allied Armv in Flanders. Thurfday laft was married at Croydon, Ralph Cudworthi, Efq; a Gentleman poffeffed of a large Eltate in Kent, to Mifs Amy Powell, of Stretham, only Daughter of the tate Mr. Powell, formerly an eminent Cloth and Scarlet Dyer, at Wahdfworth, an agreeable young Lady, with a Fortune of 5000 1. O 3s CO ADVERTISEMENTS arc taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-Screet. No Wooden Shoes. No Arbitrary Power.

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