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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 17, 1846, London, Middlesex 'lili it, Hi I'f if ~ii M O N D A Y, March 17, 174$- 'EMAiN in the Downs the, Loyal ''Catherine, White, for Carolina; Jttld the Pftamfx, Hmrottr, for Ja-fcaica. Wind S.W. The Seaborne, Daniel, from Carolina, for. Oporto, & totf going OVer die Bar. . Since our lafl arrived the Mail front Holland*. Modena, Feb. 28. It was not the.Imperialifts who cdft-rraaed their Qnatrtees, as the Report riia,'butthe' Spaniards, who have lately abandoned Reggio and. Gueftalla, which the former immediately tookFo&iCon �� from the Difpdfitions of the imperial -Generals we jrcdge they will foon proceed farther: But it k impcffible to fay* whether to attack, the Spaniards in the Farrae&n, or in the Milanefe." '.. Genoa, Feb. z%. Scarce any Thing is tatk'd of here but the Affairs of Corfiea ; butaU we know is that the Gonfu-jion there grow* greater and greater. Recruits arrive here daily from^ Ga^Jonia, Provifiohs from Provence, and Remittances for the Infant. Ferrira, March 5. It is (till irapeffible to form any cor* tain Judgment-concerning the Plan of Operations that will be followed by the Imperialifts : But our Politicians look on the Orders.given by General Brown, for ert&tng large Magazines ReVero and Oftiglia, as a Stratagem, and fufpect that General will torn off fdddenly upon the Cre-jnonefe, and fo penetrate into the MDanefe, at a Time, when iuch a Motion is leaft expected. The Auftrians lave not built toy Bridge at Bdrgoforte, but dmyibrought thither feme flftt-rjpttom'd Boats, which are to carry over the Troops in. the Seraglio Whenever it fhallbe thought proper. 'lrent, March 4. The Imperial Troops that art going to reinforce the Army in Lonibardy, continne thiir March wfrh all poffibleBifigenee, antipafs the Adige (acce&vely at,Nava,._____J ... - .. ,,___ ' Prnxeg, March 4. The firft Divifkra of the Body of 15,026 Men, wfiKh>Generaf�erhclau.4scondu61|ne-trom Bohemia into ItarV, -has pafs'd by our iNejghbou'rhood, Prague, MartB kls thought' thai General Count Kcnig7eggl!s Bddy b� Troops, which are marching into the Empire, ,wfll, repair to the.^Mofelle, and be-join'd there byagopdNunii&erof Hungarians. General Prince Piccolomim will fet out direftly for the Army tin Italy. Peunhargh, *5- The Grand Duke'had an/Agtfe-Fit on Saturday Night, occafioned by a violent Cold. All the Court wavaWArd at it, hut hh Imperial Highnefs is better fince he was bled. The Ijmpfew has alio thought proper to lofe a little Blood. There is a general Report, that her MpetfaTMapty will ftirnifh a confiderakle Body of Auxiliaries to the Maritime lowers, for certain Sdbfidies thatarecobeagreetfapen. Copenhagen, March 8. The "OtdeViburgh, Sudermania and Delmenhorft $$eih of War will fet fail as foon as this ^ort is free from Ice. They areifaid to be bound to Mar-feilies, thereto join the Falter Frigate, and-fhenweraNe in theMedrtdrraneahfor^PWttctirm of the t^me'rce of hisMajeftyVSuBfecli War/aw, March 1. The Uninerfalia for convoking the Dietines are actually preparing by his ^Majetty's Order, *hat the Aific^'ftfbVpropofed ta'&e General Diet may ihe deliberated upon,-one of the-chief ef which regards the Augihehtetfen=of the. Republic's Troops. Turin, March Count^eMaillebois, Son to the'ftfer-lhalof-*atNateef Avbo arrrved'latiflyat Rhraroli, made there feveral PropOfitionstothe.K|hg* but. we,hear> they velfc abfbluteKrttrofed;. Whichj^eiftroys the Report that lias been fpread in Oj^ter Gwintriei, that ah Accommodation was cobcWde�fcecween this t'mirt 'arfcl-thar of Spakt. , The King has (^iftdaBody of ^^coolKfch to march toward Atekuiafi"a,whence we foon expecYfemeimportaot ifeite, March
ajre^Hl Wind bound in the Forth- The Heffians have their Head Quarters, with theif greaeftft lody of Troops, at Perth, and .his Highnefs the Prince of lieffe, and the1 Earl* ef Crawfurd are at t�at Place. 1Sy4iflerent Accoants which we Have received, there j* Reafon to -apprehend that thj: Rebels have got Pofleffion pf Fort A^guffue; The Archbifhop of Paris being dead, the French Kutg has^ftominaied M. de Bellefond, Afchbimop of Aries, tp fuoceed hjm. The deceaiediPrelate, who died at o?, being fentto by the King tne Friday Wore his Death, \a know how he did, gave this plea&nt Anfwer, 1 am tiefy finftbl* *f the Honour his Majefty does me: l"PgfM T* Night very illfsr ^^ecej^a>;\havingfltpt fixHours. 1 will get off as feft as 1 am "able, but cannot make more Vijpatck Ac&ndihg to feveral Accounts, the King of Sardinia wHlthis Yeariiave in tie Field ah Army of between 40 and 45,000 fighting Men. Weare intonried, that his SardinianMajejly's.Miniibr has received froni his Court certain NewsthatAfti is taken by the King of Sardinia; and that the .Oarrifoh, wjiich cqnfifted of Nine Battalions, with Morif. de Mohtal, a Lieutenant General, are made J'rifoners of War. By feveral Accounts froii the North it is faid that Fort Aaguftus is'fallen into the hajads of the Rebels but a* the Garrifon of Fort-William is reinforced by a Detachment of 300 Argyleflure-men, feijt by Major General Camp^beHfrom inverary ; who. has lifcewiie fent two Smops of War to remain there fpr the Defence of the Place, where they can be fo ftatiQn'd as to defend one
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