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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 28, 1846, London, Middlesex                                General Aivestife. MONDAY,   Ap.r i l 28,   1746. Defll, April' 2.5. 'AM-E-down his Majetly's Shijy th&. Mary Gaily, and- JSma-Firefhtp ; Britannia, Sumner; and llche�er,; Tedd, for Eaft-India ; Anne, Lach-'r ford for Jamaica.;Judii:h, Holland,t Barbadoes  Leoftoff The Onflow j Keet, from Newfoundland, at Naples. Since our laft-arrived a Maijfrpm HolJand> Pderfbungh,.jipril 2.. 'J lie Corpfe o�Princefa-Anne paving been brought hither, was exppfed.in the ufuiR Man-, ner in the Church of St. Alexander Newfki, where every/ Body was permitted to come and fee. \\. Yeftej-day, it was, interr'd with a. great. Deal of Pomp, by the Side of her-Mother. Her imperial Maje'^> ^c G/and Duke andf Dutchefs, and feveral Perfons "attending. The Jaunty off die Court to Riga js ftill talk'd or. furin^ April lb. The -loft Divifion of the Artilleryand Ammunition, deftgned for the Sige of Vaicnz?,, begart tos fail down tho Po on Wednefda^ tshe jd Jnftant.   The. Trenches-will be opened this Evening-, and the Firing will begin on the 13th," The Garrifpn.ojmfitls. of three Ifctal-. Bon.% each of a^out j-oo'TvJe^.   T^exe arc in the Place 2,2 Pieces of Cannon cf diffarentBQres>   Nope of t.h� W#jks. ar: cazemated, nor- are the Magazines Bomb-Proof.   So. that we IjQpe to re-enter that City") whith, will make U� en-, tire Matters of the Navigation of th.ePo, and enablc;us to aft as we fhall think proper. Ltdi, Api:il 16. TheImperial Army is at prefent divided into throe Corps..; that of Codogno confifts of 12~Batal-. lions and'two Regiments of Horfr, commanded by Gen. Piatt. There are ftill fprae Spanifh Troops,at Placentia hut in no very great'Number. Tthc Garriloa of, ^ajpjp. confifts of four'Neapolitan. Batallion.% 3 Number ofPic-cuets, 500 Horfe, and feme Militia. There are in the City and Citadel only four large. Pieces of Cannon %nd 12 of a fmaller Size. The Genoefe Troops are returning to Genoa, and M. lifaillebois is finding Fait pf, his,Cavalry back to France. When. M. de. Gag.es .abandoned Pavh, bediftrihuted hi$ Magazines, which w^re very cpnfidei;a-ble, to the Poor, not.having Time to carry them.off: But in return, his Troops did there as at Milan, leaving, behind them Debts to the Amount of ab^out Seventeen hundred thoufand Livres. Cokgn% Jpritzj. We have this.. Dray- received Letters from Infprug, dated the 20th Inftant, which take Notice, that a Coarier had paffed by there, who gave out that Parma capitulated on the 18th at Night, ajid.that the Garrison were Priipnerspf War. We wait witl\ Impatience to Jiear, if the next Letters from Italy, which are expe&ed the Day after To-morrosv, bring any Confirmation of ;his great News. Marfetlks, April i j, The Regiment of yigni&s, and fome others, which were marching to reinforce she. Army of M. fylailiebois in Itajy, have received Counter-Orders. Ghent, April z-j. We are pofitively affured, that the King will review his Avmy on the 5th of May, and that the Operations will begin foon after, by the Siege of Antwerp, which it is though^ will be uken in a Fortnight after the Trenches are opened. It is laid, his ^ajs'fty \yill then return to Verfailles, to be preipn^t the Lying-in of the Dauphinefs. As She ^vo Dutch J4injfters gMaordi nary are to follow the King to the Arpy, it 4s ft^m thence iriferr'd, that the Negotiations to\vaFds a general Peace ^re farther advanced than; Peppje fyfpaft. Paris, April ?t. A gl^at, ma.r\y gngineers are cmb^rli'd on boftrd the Duke d'AnviUe's S^ugdrpq r the De- parture of which, we are allured, was fixed for the lyth Inftant, if the Wind proved 'favourable. The Convoy from Rochtjlc w35 to |gt ftij the fgrne Day. A rich Mar-timco Fleet, the Value of which i- computed at 18 Million ^ Livres, is arrived in our Ports, under Convoy of two , Wen of War. There k certain Advice, that the Fleet Jrom St. Domingo is upon the Poln,t of arriving. Bruges, April 29. f\ Shjp returning ffprn Scotland paC'd the Day before Yeiterday in Sight pf Hve EngliQi Men of v^ar, and happily gain'd the Port of Dunkirk. They Wr'te from Calais, that die Tempeft has wreck'd on tne Ships, and an Engliili Frigate of 20 <-'oalt five Dutch Guns. LONDON. By LetteY^frcm the H�gue of thefrefheft Date, \ve are t^d, that the Emprefs hasordeied her Minilicrs to declare '.0 the Maritime Power?, ' That her Imperial Majeity, in ' order -to give the itronger Teftimony of her Zeal for 1 the Support of the Common Caufe,.had refolved to march � another 20,000 Men, at her own E.vpence, into the Low-Countries,     ' ' '   " -----,   which "'ought, proper, and bt �ec -iiary Order, being al "P�i t&efoil Notice.'� (hould ai\ as the faid Powers entirely at their Difpofal, the eady given for them to march From the London Gazette, Stockholm, April \ \. Count Gyllenborg.. continues ftilJ ! dangeroufly ill, and is.given .over, by his Phyiicians, Vienna, April 23, AT. S. The laft Letters, from-Ital\\ mention, that Pjince Lichtenllein had joined GeneraJ; Brown from ^|dogno, and taken upon himfelf the Command of the Army on. the itth Intent, |N. S. that the, Garrifon of Parma confiiled of 6000 of the beft.Spaniih and Neapolitan Troops.; that, according to the Reports o� his Spies And Deferters, the Place began to want Provi-. fioas^ that the Auilrian Artillery, coniifting. of. 30 Pieces, of Cannon and Mortars, was not arrived; that it was. thought M, de-Gages would itill attempt to fave fo con-fiderable a,Garrifon; and as that could not.be done with-, out a Battle, Prince Lichtenllein had chpftpn a.Poft at. little Diltance from the Taro, where he might form his Army, and receive the Enemy in Front, on whatever Side, he mjght. be attacked. Brifiol, April 21. This Afternoon arrived here the Alexander Privateer, with the Splebay Man of. War, Captain IBury; la;e. CQmmander, and two fmall Homeward, bound Martinico. V.effels, wJiicji laft fhe. took^ offs Port Louis. The Splebay had paffed, by the Alexander, and,; was come to-an Anchor in Sr. Martin's Road uncier a fmall^ Fort, when 50 Men of :he Crew pf the Alexarider-boardedj-her, put,her Cables, and. brought her out to, Sea. The, Alexander is a. Ship of about 200, Tons, 20 Guns fix Pounders, and 150 Men. The Splebay. had 22 nine Pounders, 230 Men, who were firuck with iuch a Pan-, nick upon being, fo refolutejy boarded: by the 50 Men abovemeruioned,'that they all run under Dec,k;. Adinirqjty-Ojjitfj April 26. Yice-Admiral Martin wa% forced to put irite.Plymouth on the 22c! Inftant, with Part of hisi^quad/prj, which, ha,^ fuiJkred by bad Weather, andj has left the Remainder at Sea. He has brought in with, him a French Privateer of 18 Gunsj and 14c Men, called^ ha. Chaffijw, taken by the Yarmouth. The Defiance, commanded by Captain Powlett, has taken, and-fent into Plymouth, a French Man of War, oalled fhc- Anvbufcade, of 40 Guns, and 365 Men. The Engagement was on the 21ft. and ialled; two Hours, ia which the Ambufcade had 26 Men killed and^ wounded; arjd the Defiance had only one Man killed and three wounded. She is a new Ship, and longer by the l�eel, and as broad on the- Deck ais the Defiance. Whitehall^ April'2.6, This^ftesnpon a Meffenger.qr/iyed.frpm the Duke of Cumberland, with the following particulars of the Victorys obuined; over, the Rebels, on Wedjiefday, the i6tl\ Inftant, near t'ulloden. Iniiernefs, April 18. ON Tuesday the 15 th the Rebels burnt Fort Auguftus, : which convinced us of their Refofutioh to ftamd an Engagement with the King's'FrPops. Wegave"our Men, a Day's Hak at Nairn, and on the 16th marched from thence, between Four and Five, in^ four'Cohimris. The thtee Lines of Foot, (reckoning the Referve for on'^) were, broken into three irorh the Right,' which'niade the three. Columns equal, and each of five Battalions.. The Artil-lety and Baggage followed the firii Column upon the Right, and the Cayaly made the fourth Column pn \\\$ Le&. After we had marched about eight Miles, our advanced Guard, compofed of about forty of Kinrrfton'Sj, and the Highlanders led by the Quarter-mafier General, perceived the Rebels at fome Ddlance making, a Motibn'to-wards us on the Left, upon which we immediately formed; but, finding the Re'bels were ftill a good Way from us,' and'that the whole Body did not come forward, we putour-fetv-es Again on our March in our former Pofture, and continued it to within a Mile of them, where we again tormed in the fame Order as before. After reconnoitring their Situation, we found them pofted behind fomeold Walls and Hutts, in a Line with Cuiloden-houfe. As we thought our Right entirely fecure, GeneralHawley and General Bland went to the Left with the two Regiments of Dragoons, to endeavour to fll upon the Right ^lank pf the Rebels, and Kingfton's Horfe was ordered to the Referve. The Ten Pieces of Cannon were difppfed, two in each of the Intervals of the firft Line, and, ail our Highlanders (except ahout One hundred and forty, which were upon the Left with Gen. Hawley, and who behaved extremely well) were left to Guard the Baggage.- '* ' When we advanced wir'hin^oo Yards of the Rebels, we found the Morafs upon our Right was ended, which left our Right Flank auite uncovered to them; his'Royal Highnefs thereupon immediately prder'd Kingfton's Horfe from the Referve, and a little '-Squadron of about fixty of Cobham's which had been patrolling, to cover our Fjan|i ; and Pulteney's Regiment was ordered from the Referve tp the Right of the Royals. We ipenC above half an Hour after that, trying which fhould gain the Flank of the other ; and his R'oyal Highnefs having fent Lord Bury forward within a hundred Yards of the Rebels, to reconnoitre fomewhat that appeared like! a Battery to us, they thereupon began firing the^r Cannon, which was extremely ill ferved and ill poin'ted : Ours immediately anfwer'd them, which begun their Coiifufion. They then came running on in their wild Manner i and upon the Right, where his Royal Highnefs" had placed - himfelf, imagining the greateft Pum would fre therci they came down three leveral T'mes within a hundred Yards of our Men, firing their Piftols and brandiftiing their Swords ; but the Royals and Pulteny's hardly took their Fireiocks from their Shoulders, fo that after thofe faint Attempts they made o|F; and the little Squadrons on our Right were fent to purfue tbem. General Hawley had, by the Help of our Highlanders, beat down two lir,tle Stone Walls, and came m upon the Right Flank of jheir fecond Lirie As their wholi fifft:Line came down to. attack at once their Right fornewliat outflanked BarreP's Regim,e)jt, which was our LerV, andthe greateft Part" of. ttte/litfle Lofs -we fuftained, was there ; But "Blrgh's an,d^ernpiit's giving a Fjre'upon thofe who had-outfenked Barret's* loon repulfed them,an3:Barre|i!s and Ae.LeYt!c^ iVfunr^'s fairly beat-them ^vkii-their^ Bayonets VThere*was fcar�e.ari Officer or Soldier of Barrel's; arid "thaiPart pf, Muh'rp's which engaged, who did not kill oie p/two Men'each with their Bayonets and Pontoons* The Cavalry., which had charged from the Right and Left, met in the Center, except tw.p Squadrons of* Dragoons, which we miffed, and they were gone m ?urfuit,of the Runeways: Lord Ancram was ordered to purfue tvlth tbefe as far as he could ; and did ft with fp good an Effeft that a very confiderable Number were killed in the Pdr-fuit. As. we were in our March to Invernefs, and were near arrived there, Major General Bland fent the annex'd Papers* which he received from the French Officers and Soldiers furrendring themfelyes Prifoneri, to his Royal Highnels. Major-General Bland had alfo made great Slaughter, aiii took 50 French Officers and Soldiers Prifoners, in his. Pur-fuit. By the kbeft Calculation that can be made, 'tis thought the Rebels loft 2000 Men upon the Field of Battle, and "in the Purfuit. We have here 222 French) and 326 Rebel Prifonersj as will appear by Lilts, hereunto annexed. Lieutenant Colonel Howard killed an Officer, who appeared to be Lord Strathallan, by the Seal, and different Com-4 minions from the Pretender found in his Pocket. Tis faid Lord Perth, Lord Nairn. LochieL Keppockj and Appin Stuart, are alio "killed. Ail their Artillery and Ammunition, of which a Lift is alfo. annexed* were taken* as well as the Pretender's and all their Baggage. 1 heir were alfo 12 Colours taken. *� All the Generals, Officers, and Soldersj did their ut-molt in his Majefty's Service, and {hewed the greateft Zeal and Bravery on this Occafion. The Pretender's Son, it. is faid, lay at Lord Lovat's Houfe at Aird, the Night afcer the Action. Brigadier Mordaunt is detached: with ooo'VoIunteers this Morning into the Frazier's Country, to attack all the Rebels he may find there. Lord Sutherland's and Lord Reay*s Pto-le, continue to exert, themfelves* and have taken upwards of 100 Rebels, who are, lent for; and there is great Rea-fon to believe Lord Cromarty, and his Son, are alfoi taken. The Monro's have killed Fifty.of the Rebels their Flight. As it is not known where the greateft Bodies of them are, or which Way they, have taken in their Flight, liis Royal Highnefs has not yet determined which Way to march. On the 17th, as his Royal Highnefs. was, at Dinner, three Qiiicer?, and about fixteen of" Fitz James's Regiment, who were mounted, came and furrendered themfelves Prisoners. The killed, wounded, and miffing of the King's Trpopsj (as by the annexed Lift,) amount to above 3.00. The French "Officers Will be all fent to Caxlifle, till his Majefty's Pleafure fhall be known. The Rebels, by their own Accounts, make their Ldfs greater by two thouiand than we have ifcated it. Four cf their principal Ladies are in Cuilody, viz. Lady Ogilvie* Lady Kinloch, Lady Gordon, and ihe Laicd cfM'Intofli's Wife. Major Grant, the Governor cf Invernefs, is retaken ; and the Generals Hawley, Lord Albermarle, Hufke and Bland, have Orders to enquire into the Reafops for his furrendring of Fort George. P. S. Lord Cromarty, Lord M'Clcod his Son, with other Prisoners, according to the inclofed Lift, are juff brought in from Sutherland by the Hound S':oop, which his Royal Highnefs had fent for them, and they are jult now landing. Tr.anjlationof a Letter from the. Officers in the Service of his mojl Chrijlian Majejly, nvho icere at ln-vsrncfs tbt Day of the battjeof �ullodtnr to Major General Bland. Invernefs, April 16. SIR, IHE French Officers and Soldiers, who are at Invernefs, furrender thernfelves Prifoners to his Royal ^ aefs the Duk? of Cumberland, and hope for every Thnig which is to be expected from the Engliih, GeueroSiy* Sigu'd- Cufa/k. Murphy. Le Marqiiu d< Guilles. Dehau. d-Obritn.. M'DonaU. To the commanding Officer of the Troops of his RQyal Highnefs the Duk'e 'of Cumberland. Tranjlation of the Parole of Honour figned by the Officers in the Service of his mojl Chrijtian M&jejiy, with'their Names, 'litjes, \    ' '    \ Invernefs, April 17, 174^* tTfTE the undgr-writteri, in the Service of his mofP* \y   Chriftian Majejjfy', acknowledge ourfelyes' prifo-riers of War~of hjs Biitapnick Majeity ; and we engage biirfe}ves,' upon pur Fa'cole 0/ Honour, not to go but of the Town of Inverness'without a PermifSon from his Royal Highnefs"the Duke"'qTC.utnbefland.    In. witnefs whereof, we have figned this, and have thereunto fet the Seal of our Arms.   Done at the Head Quarters af Invernefs, the ;7tn-pf April, 1746. 'StapletPn, Biigadier of L't}$ Arrnie? of the moft Chriftian King, and Lieutenant Colonel of Berwick's Regiment, lean M'Dohell, Colonel of Fitz James's Regiment.'-' Le Jfcjaiquis de Guilles, Captain' in th� 'Alarine Regi-^ ment. Af. B. This is the Perfon who was called by the Rebels the French Ambaffador. --*---^  ; ,;_^......,      1-     7----- AD V ERTISEM EN TS are alfo taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-Street.   

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