General Advertiser, March 3, 1746

General Advertiser

March 03, 1746

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 3, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. Numb. 5541. MONDAY, March 3, 1745-6. DeaL March 1, EMAIN one of the fineft iri the Low-CouoJtries, was reduced to Afhes by Accident laft Thjurfday Night: But, by the Care and Vigilance of the Inhabitants, the 'Flames did not much damage the neighbouring Buildmgs. .The French abandon'd Louvain on Thuriday, $0* we know npt what is the Reafon, nor what Route they have taken: Bat it is thought they have a Defign;upon Namure, tho* fome a& fert, that they are returned into Winter-Quarters. How** ever that be, the Imperial Troops took PdkflWof Lou: vain as foon as the Enemy had retreated, who have left butafmall Garrifon at Bruflels. ;Mr'Sa|Kfer? out on Sar turday for Paris. . :\ :. >_ Peterjbwgb, Fsb. 12. It is confirmed thal.the Conrt has difpatched Orders for the Troops io come back that are in_; Coorjand; but we learn, that the Field Artillery, with aV Quantity of /Military Provifiohs, will befentto Riga* and that large Magazines are erecting at Plefkow. We are a! -fared auo, that in April next will be affembled near that City, as well as in Livonia and the Neighbourhood of No-vogrod', above oo.dooMen,- divided into different Corps, betides 20,000 Irregulars.- The Court has thought fit to make thefe Preparations in order to be ready againftall Events, without defigning to aft cfiehfively againft aoy Power whatfoever. Vienna, Feb. z%. It is determined this Day that Prince Charles of Lorrain will command in Chief the Army on the Rhine. His Re-yal Highnefs wiff ha.ve under him tlie Generals Lbbjaowitsi, Leopold Daom� Salm, Charges Palfi, Kon^Cegg>t'�^o�, Philtbert,, and Birkenfeld. ,t This ; Army, w^hjish wjll.be remforced b^feveral Corps of Hungarian Militia* is laid to be defigped W rnake a powerful DiverfioH.;'�' Field^Maihal Coufltjath^ni, who wfll command in thjS LoV-doohtries, is to hav^ under ium the Generals Gaifrtgg, Welfenbuttel, Grdne^ Kollow fatH, ""Holy, Radicah, WirAklemans and Saxe-Gotha. I Cologne, Mi^ck^. General Gratfe*4 Corps, which is ; upon the Majfch1 to the Lk)W-CouiJriffs, is divided irif^ two Celumnvodejp^ ofi F,oidand Heffe-Caj(&^in order to reach ih&'RJuAe/near tbis^Place. Thefe. Troops I are* foon expededj andCommiflaries haVe been fent to regjalatti Provifions 'the fe- cond Column will Croft the fatne 'River near Neuwied* Milan, Feh.-i o^nThe Soaniards opened the Trenches bp-. fore bur CJtadeL. and the Befieged made that Day a furiohs Fire uponrtheWorkmen. Forty-fix^.Battering-pieces, ftvelve ViJrtafs, and a great Number, ojp Bombs, Bullets, &c. are already arrived here. 'The Befiegers aVew ' ' From the London Gazette. Florence* Feb. 15, NJS* By Letters from Capft Town-fhend from Mahon, we are informed, that hava^ met Withftrong Qales of Wind, and^^the Terrible Bomb making aSignalof Diftrels, havingiprongherBowipritand Maih-maU} (he Pire^dralEe Boinh> Jbeing too leaky to keep the Sea, and jCapt. Townthend*$ own Ship making 31 . Inches �f Water in an Hoar* the Fortmaft being .fprung, and being i^ Want of Provifions, he was^obtiged to-pat into that Port, where, at the Depanore of his Letter, of the 1 c,thof janaary, O.S. he was refitting andpreparing to pot to Sea with^ the ntmbft Fjrpeditijtm. "It is writte.n fromGenoa* that Cape. MMo&^alSfican, wWW mke^ fom^'Thne ago on. board a large .Feboca with Cot-fican Colours, was lately hanged the$& as the Patents from the Chief of the Makconttot* to cruW againft the Ge-noefe were made oat in bi^'rCame. Monfik. Mariotd, an Ecckfiaftic, who was fufaicHd to have been concerned with the Malecontents hCoifi^ has.been confined in the . Tower of Genoa,.;' the^O^ of -Rome having gnren Commiflma to Monfig�Sapoiiti to form the rVoeels a&inft him, but the JPope has relerved to lumlelf the'Power to aflociate Cardinal Spinola with the above Prelate, in Cafe it fhould be neceflary tQ proceed fo �uras,^to pronounce Sentence againft him. A new Spanub Minifter is foon expected at Rome to relieve Cardinal Acqoaviva, who it is faid, is to go to Spain, being appointed Utand Inqui-fitor, and Prefident of the Council of Caftille. Berlin, Feb. 26, N.$, The King>�f Praffia fet out this Morning for Potzdam, accompanied by.the Generals Rorhemboorg, Borck and Stifle. It is thought that- his Majefty will ftay there a Fortnight, and return to Town againft'the 37th of March, which being.'.the Queen Mother's Birth Dajs a new-Opera is to be reprefented: Itmahd of MajorQAvk theLientenant&Tohef Sir Andrei Agnew being with the' Detachment of joo:- Men' which is Ml at Blair. Two hundred are potted at Caftte MenzieJ under CaptamWebfter, to command Tay Bridge.- The Heftlan Troops willbe ordered to reimbark immediately ^fbr Flanders, x.. : . . -.v :  'J � . .. fA ^Whiuball, Morel Mr ^.^^yd>,.....- Lift of the Officers lately taken on board the Boirfiinf by v Commodore-KMc^oles. 1 '!l . r The Count de Fits-James, ^Major-General, Contman-dant. , �"'"-�' -  \, ;> M. D^Atty, Captain of Conde's Regimenr^n^rfe, Aid^e-Camp to the Count de Fitz-Janies. V Major General Ruth. *'> - [-� Brigadier: General de Tyrconneh : Brigadier General Nagent. - ' . Brigadier General Cooke. �" M. Nugent, Colonel of Horfe. ' , M. BenagVMajor to Fhz-James's Regiment 1 Captaraiffugent ' . : Iie^utenant John Nugent. Lieutenant Fahy. LieutenaotDoadal. . CornecCbarks Nugent, Cornet.Stapleton. '- �- '-: C^arw-maAers Wolferfton, Geghhut, O Briaof ^v1ck� ham, Caffidy, Macdermott, Betagfi, andKockl^ : Father Koun, Almoner. ? r M.IeBIanCy Cbmmiflaryof Artillery.  ' M. Jehannot, Treafarer oftheExoaoro^naries of War. M. fio|tean| ChirfCoinntinary^^rf M. Botel, Major Surgeon. Six,Gimnersy oneCorporal, one Miner, and one Labourer. *' Five Companies >of Fitz-James's Regiment, making together 199 Men. . ' T LiJitftttOfficers taken on board the Cbarife. - M. k Baron de Butler, Captain of Fitz-James's Regiment. �-- ' " " ' ""* " " " ~" M. Cooke, ditto. . . t Lieutenant Coolaghan. 0 ~ x Lieutenant,Butler. Cornet Borne. Conet'Moriis, >  CoiaetOFarel. : * . C^ter-mafters Farel, ^Martin, Moor, GeifiOn ;.and Faret : ^ 2 ' .;:.v-.:-' r-- ^\,' M. CopJkv (erring as Lieatenant Colonel, and Captain of Foot in:Mb�co*s Regiment.: � 1 - ^? * Four Companies oil Fifz-*kn^VRegnnient;cf making together about 160 Men. � - The M0B7, Lundy, from Cape Breton m ^Dafs is arrivM at SpHhead, and byher We have' AdviceVjtiJat a Store Ship from Engbnidr was lo^' among the Ice and Rocks near I^mubury. *-A few Days before flie fiuTd a Fleet, luppofed to be the S^ale Man of War, ^|ththe Storeihips from England, afipeaifdfea the Coaft i *" Breton, but could not get in on Account ' Quantiry of Ice. ';.. / ... On Saturday laft came Advice, .that the TxanTpom with the Bnum Troops from- Holland, frere arrived at Gmvetend. ? '-';*' The Two Brothers, Wigmore, from Holland for Xon-don, was run down by one of the above Tianfperts, and three of her Crew were drown*d. ^lii* ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's CofVee-Hovse,, in Lombard-Street. ;

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