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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 < in .fie.; Downs his iMaji-' fty's Ships, with the Outward-bound mention'*! in my laft. Ye-fterday after Ppft his. Majefty's Ship Succefs and the Badger Sloop arrived here with a Prize. Wind N.E. blows hard. The EUtbt,"Lyddeil, from London; is arrived at South Carolina* in to Weeks ; in her Voyage (he was chased 10 times. ' ''" '"""* * '" i The. Friendship, Ogilvie, from Scotland at North Carcv-lina, �� '; ( The Evelyn, James, from South Carolina, at Briftol. , The Neptune, Grindall, from Maryland, at Porrfnteath. The King George; Whaley, from Dublin at Carolina! The John and Mary, Huntley, from Carolina, in Ireland. "" i 4 Since our laft arrived the Mail from Holland, Turin, Feb. 19: Norwthftan&ngJhe reiterated Attempt^ of the Court of VerfeiHes and Madrid, to induce the King to a feparate Accommodation, his Majefty, faithful to hi| Engagements, has ttmftantry reru^^cpmply. Xtf is it , Confequence of the" firm Refolutioii the Court has taken to perfift in the Syftem it has embraced; that new Leviet and other Preparations continue to be made in all the Dol minions belonging to his Majefty, in order to open th^ Campaign early; < As the Succours from Germany, which . have begun to arrive in the Mantuan, will find the" Spal niards Work Enough on that Side,1 we think of making head againft die Enemy on this Side, when they return til befiegeCeva, whrchfeems to be their Defign. r '?* 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
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: It mahd 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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