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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 21, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. WEDNESDAY, May 21, 1746. Dealj May 19. AMfe down his Majefty's Ship the �^Squirrel ; the Weftmorland,Shanks; the Lcrhdavery, Stone ; Bofphorus, Kennard j Mary and Either, Bel-ford ; Helter, Terne; and Bolton, Cokott, for Cape Breton ; and remain with the Men of War, and Outward-bound, as in my laft. Wind N.E.byE. Milan, May 10. P*eports are fprcad hereof an Aftion, equally obrbnate and bloody, between the t^vo Armies in the Placentin ; but what is feid of it appears fo confufed,. that it fcatcely. deferves Credit We dan only infer m ge-ntral, that if the Affair be real, it mult havtf been decifivc, face we are told, the Lois on both. Sides amounts to near 13,000 Men. But not a Word is faid of which Side won the Viitory. tfieuport, May 22. It is generally faid, that a Camp, of fgme thouland Men wijl be form'd between this City and Oltend, nor is it at all improbable, to thofe who obfcrve the Dil'pofitions making for that Purpofe. The great Difficulty is, to guefs why. a large Body of Regular J roops ft'ouldbe fpared to a Spot fo diilant from the Army; But, accsrdingto the general Opinion, their Bufinefs i , to op-pofe the fecret Expedition that has been meditating in England, in cafe it fhould be defigned againft any of the Ports in Flanders. HeUelbergh, May 20. Six Imperial Regiments, which puffed the Winter in Franconia, are already in the Camp uf Hailbron, where more are expecled to join him. They are biking of Bread, and collecting togetner Provifions pf all Sorts for theif Ufe in that City. Jf is not yet kno\Vn however, whether the Troops ef the Circle of Franconia will join thelrriperialifts. We can onlyobferve that they are quiet at prefent, and �hat many Perfom are of Opinion they will follow the Example of the other Circles, and.the Advice of the Pruffian Miriifter a* the general Diet, which was, only to hold themfelvcs in Readinefs to march in cafe of any Exigency.-The March of the Jmperialifts has caufed the French in Alface to be very much in Motion. Cologne, May 24. On the 15th Inftant we had a violent; Storm of Thunder and Lightning in this Neighbourhood, which ruined the little Town of Greyenflem, and did : great Damage to Smalenberg, On the 21ft another Storm ' damaged greatly the Fruits of the Earth in the Countries of ' Cologne. Juliersand B�rg, extending itfclf for tan Leagues in Length, and one and a half in Breadth. LONDON. J From the London Gazette. Ctnfiantinopie, May-ij* M.Nieuplepife.thc new Refident ' from her Imperial Majefty of Ruffia, isarrivedhere. The < Captain'Bifhaw was changed a.few Dap ago, hisSuceef- � (or is the'Capigelee.r Kayhawke, or Chief Boor-keeper.of the Seraglio : in about ten Days he will fail for the Archipelago. Stockholm, May 6, O.S. Count Gillembergh, Prefident of thtf Chancery,' fincb'Jtimfeif' a little better within rhefe few Days, and has Ventured to'take the Air, 'but lie is ilfll in a very bad Way, and there .'are no Hofjes.of his perfeft Recovery; The Swedifti Officers are ftill at Gotten-bourg. ;v th fj-om the Natufe'of the Cpi�n}cy? and the WanVflf'^rb^jfions, which occafionyagreat Defertion. The Warafiiiners under the Comirundof Col;-Mac Quair,* have followed him dofe all the Way to. Saf$na, and have attacked his ^tear Guard feveraf Times, but finding that the'w^ole' Gehpeie. State wasiin Arms, he would not expofechis-Detachment by entering rt after the 'Spatiiard.-;, and has brought it back to the Army wifh'fbrrie Prifbners. A Courier arrived late lift Night, dilpatched[from the Auflrian Array by Bajon Blonay to thiv Court, with an Account, That oa the 3d Inftant, two Hoarslafter5 Sunset; M'oV Gages had begun to withdraw his Troops from the Borders of ths Taro, and to march together towards Placentia,; thatPrhjce Lichten-fteih having been informed-thereof in; the Night, had immediately djtaeffed^afcerhim M._ NadaiU^withthe Huflars and Warafdiners, who had join'd, and taken fon;e Prifo-ners of the Spanifh Army : And, that on the 4th, upon receiving this Account, and being aflured at the lame Time by M. Nadafti, that, the Spanish General was encamped with his whole Army on the Borders of the Nura, Prince Lithtenflein had immediately given the neceffary Order for ihe.Auftrian. Army's puffing the Taro the next Morning before Day-break, in. order te follow the Enemy, and to force.M. de Gages ta retire under the Cannon of Tortona, or into the.Genoefe Mountains* Lyhon,, May 9. Here is Advice from Madrid, that the Marfhalde Noaillejsv arrived there on qhe. -23d pa^:, and at Aranjuez on the 2 5th ; that on the 26th he had his firil Audience of their Cathblick Majelties, and that he-had two long Conferences fince with the King'and Queen, no other Perfon deing admitted to them� not even the Bifhop of Mjenn�4 the French Amjaaffadpr at jthatX'ourt. M. de BuiTy, who was formerly in England, was arrived in Company with the Marfhal, und is to remain as Minif-ter at' Madrid as foon as this Negociation is over, which it was fuppofed.cpuldnot laft long'. His PortugHefe Ma-jefty is expected back after To-morrow from the Caldas, artd by all Reports has fouhd Iefs Benefit from the Watery than he had done upon all other OccafiOns. We have ju]^ now received Advice, that Admiral Medley was plying with his Squadron before Carthagena. Ulm, May 1 y, X.S. The Diet of the Circle of Swabia afiembled here, is come to a Refolutiori to provide Wpod apd- Forage for the Service of the Auflrian Troops which are to encamp near Hailb'on, pretty nearly in the Manner demanded by the Court of Vienna. Prince Lobcowitz; is arrived from thepce at Nuremberg, and the Trpop's of Franconia will foon march and encamp neaj Hailbron, \yhere itii expected they will be joined by the Contingent of this Circle, amounting to above 9000 good and well appointed Troops. fientta, May ii, N. S. Prince Litchenftein was advanced/ according, to his laft- Letters, to the Ponte dc Nura, with an Intention to pafsthat River, ^vhilft M. de Ga,ge,5 was with, hjs, wh.o)jt, Artiljery. at Placentia, and M. Nadafti, with his Hu^cs, ranging between the Spaniards and. the Mountains,: t Copenhagen, Mayz\, N.S. The Reports we have of the State 'of the King's Health continue very favourable. HisMajefty held Yeilerday a Council for the. hrft Xill>e finc? hh: being .in the Country, but there was no Court- ^ horning the hereditary Princefs Lpuifa, whp isperfecTJy recovered of the Meafles, fet out for Hirfcholm. 'Tts faid-the Court intends to come (hortly to Frederickf-berg in this NeighbburhopS, that the Queen may be near at hand upon the'Lying>in of the Princefs-Royal, which.is expefted fome Time next Month. The three Men of War which '"'lately failed from hence to the Mediterranean, paf-fed the Sound on the 15th Inftant. TetheyJe Camp, May N.S. The i^th Inftant Mar-fhal- Bathiani had Advice, that a large Body of the Enemy had pafs'd the Netbe near Yteghem,;and were advancing towards Lier ; therefore at Teh this Night we quit-ted"the Nethe and Rupel, the Right Wing, including the Flying Camp, marched in .three-Lines,. (jrofled the. Gfeat and1 Little Schynj as alfo the-Cana) of He rentals above >Arrfcwe?p, eEnemy ftill apprpaqhed, andthiere .wa^.; Advice,, that a Body .was inv Match towards Hoog-AftarJetttoi*ke-�is in the'Rear, or cut off our Cpmtmmict-tipnyrith.H^oHand^ whjlft_ tr^e main^rmy pj-efs'd us in $as %|i9�j|H^ pf^pcr to- ti^w nothing, but put jqur^eiyeji jn fiieh a.�>ituaux>n 3* would enable the Troops from: Hanover to join , us with Security, Brrd particularly vtijke>pithd Comruuflication^open with- HoHartd and Ehg.-land. The 18th at Break of Day the.whole Army marched in" two Lines, and eneamped the- Right at Weftsvefel, and the-Leftat Great Sumlert, where the Marfhal and Prince Waldcck quarjter'd, '.The. ipth we rriatched in two Lines, crpffed.the,i\Iark aj^oye Breda, andencamped our Right a't thp Village pf. Bavel, and pur Left at G^fe : The Head-'Quarters were at Yp:.iaar, a fhprt League from Breda ; in which Situation we had the Mark onpv;ilight, and the Hiyer.bpijgeonour L6ft,. bui remainedjuncoyere^towards 'Bopgftrateh. For thUR,eaibn, but .
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