Monday, June 13, 1746

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 13, 1846, London, Middlesex NuAf b. 3629.' FRIDAY, June 13, 1746. J)ealt June 11. AME down the Friendfliip, Rof-fiter, for Lifbon; Betfey, and Galloper Tenders ; and remain with his Majefty's Sloop Ferret. Juft came down his Majefty's Ship Exeter. Arrived the Harriot and Theo.dofia, Read, from Leverpool. Wind N.byW. Grave/end, June n. Pafs'dby Elizabeth, Nafftal, from Guern-5ty , the George, Coulter ; and the Eagle, Rafters, from Jremen. The Italian Merchant, Reed, from Maryland, is arrived at Dover, TheKingfton, Fox, from Jamaica, at Briftol. The Swallow, Cowell, from London:; and Queen of Hungary, Flemming, from Bofton, at Antigua. The Eaton Frigaf, Page, from Londoi| and Lifbon, at Leghorn. The Hamburgh Arms, Frederickfon ; City of Ham> burgh, Simpfon , St. John Evangelift, Wittegrove ; and St. Paul, Cloppeaburgh, all from London, are arrived at Hamburgh. Yefterday arrived two Mails from Holland Ttterjburgb, May 25. Baron BreitlacJt', Minifter from the Court of Vienna, received fome Days ago frcfli Credentials appointing him Ambaffador-Extraordinary from the Emperor and Emprefs-Queen. In Confequence of this, his Excellence had an Audience on the 19th, in which Redelivered thofe Credentials, and made a Speech to the Emprefs, the Grand Duke and the Grand Dutchefs; which; were refpe&ively anfwered. M. Tfchoglokew, who has; teen lately fent to Vienna, will affume (he .fame Character. There is more Talk than eyer-about'a new Alliance; ietween this Court and that of Vienna, in which that of Drefden is alfo thought to be comprifed. Baron Breitlach isfaid to have received private Inftruftions on this SubjecV Prince Scherbatow," the Ruffian Minifter at the Court,of Great-Britain, is going in, the fame Qaajity to Berlin, from whence Count de Czernicheff will remove to replace him at London. Leghorn, May 25. The Dutch Ship, called the King. David, which had been taken by the Englifh and brought; jn here> is releafed, and will immediately purfue her Courfc: With a Certificate of the Britifh Conful. Turin, May 28. Three Brigades of Field Artillery are fet out from hence for the Army, which will encamp Tomorrow between the Bjrmida and the Tanaro, all the Artillery being to arrive this Day at Alexandria. The King's Equipages and Body Guards have Orders to march, and Jus Maj-fty's Departure is fixed for the 2d of next Month. Milan, Maj 3.1  General Baron Roth having learned on \ the 23d, that the Spaojfh Bridge had been broken by the  Swelling of the Waters, took the Advantage of this Accident to go and reconnoitre the Head of that Bridge and the Country about it. The next Day a. Detachment of his; Huffars fell upon a grand Guard of the Enemy, killed 3 .Men, tock 2, and purfued the Reft to their Works. Lieutenant Dinnefeld, of Schmerzing's Rogiment, patted the ?o on the zjgth,- with 150 Fufikers, and 50 Croats in fmall joats. He firft attacked a Detachmentjif 36 Men, under a Captain and Lieutenant, which were polled to guard a Magazine on the other Sf&e of the Po. Thefe he took Prifoners. Then he brought over the River 24 Mills,\ which were immediately burnt, after the Corn and Meal; kad been taken out. The Magazine fuffered the fame; Fate j'and towards Evening M Dinr^efcld. repaffed the River, ddlroyingthe Boats /that had carried him over. The Day before Yefterday a Body .of about 15,000 Spaniards croffed the Po, and advanced to Codogno, which obliged General Roth to retreat under the'Cannon of Piz-zighitone. He made a very good Retreat, however, tho' theEnemy were three Times the Number. The Spaniards have fmce b-gun .to. move back again towards the. Head of their Bridge.' Cremona, Jxne 1. M. de Gages having no Occafion for: Cavalry in his prefent Situation, and Wanting be fides the neceSavy Forage for their Subfiftance, fent away a Detachment of 2 or 3000 Horie 4 or 5 Days ago, whith march'd �P along the ide of the Po, and then tamed off towards-Tortona, in ofder-tojoin the Army-of M. Maillebois. The Spani/h Defefters, who continue to arrive daily by 20,. 3�> or 40 together, affure thit the Infant and the Du.keoff Modena are retired on this Occafion, and that theyvhaWi taken oiF with them the greateft Part of their Equipages. � As the Imperialifts continue tr> bombard Plaeentia, and* ratter the Camp of the Spaniards, we cannot help tirink-; mg, that the latter will very fppn attempt, by fome Means or other to difengage themiielves, from their prefent very difagreeable Situation: So that we expeft the News either of an Afiioh, or a Retreat that may probably be. as deci-five as an Action. The high Floods hinder the Piedraon-tefe from renewing their Operations: Bat a Courier from Turin, which pafled by here in his Way to Prince Lich-tenftein's Camp, reports� that the King of Sardinia, and the Prince Royal his Son, will without Delay fet out for Alexandria, in order to pat himfelf at the Head of his Army. Vienna, June 6. The Departure of Duke Charles for the Army is again deferred till the Arrival of a Courier, which is expected fromMarfhal Bathiani. Col. Trenck's Affair grows every Day more ferious. His Guards are doubled, and moft of his Domefticks difcharged. Colognet June 1$. Three hundred Recruits fer the Imperial Regiments in the Low-Countries pafled by here down the Riyer. Others are daily filing thro' the Dutchy of Bag, as are alfo a great many recovered and exchanged Soldiers, and a large Detachment of Cannoneers and Miners under Major Walter. Brujfeh, June 13* The Troops under Lieutenant-Ge-neral Count d'Eftrees are employed in the Siege of Monsj being fupported by another Corps of 12,0*0 Men, who are advanced toward St. GuiJlain. The heavy Artillery for this Expedition are arrived here, and will be immediately fent forwards. The Prince of Conti is arrived at Maa-.bege, iii order to take upon him the Direction of this Siege. We hear, that the Governor of Mons has weak-ned himfelf by fending off Part of his Garrifon to Charle-roy, in Expectation that that Place would be firft befieged. M. Count Saxe has removed his General Quarters from Rouft to Berchem, and the Count de Clermont is expected with a Corps de Referye on the Side of Santvlift, but for what Purpbfe is net yet known. Breda, June 14. All Expedition continues to be made in fortifying the Camp of the Allies at Ter-Heyden, particularly upon the Left about Dungen^ where lfc 0,000 gallifades are to be made ufe of. The firft; Divifion of the Hanoverian Troops arrived in the Camp the Day before Yefterday, and the laft Divifiort is expected To-morrow. We hear, that the Body of French who encamped between; . Namur and Charlerpy, are marching to meet the 20,000 Iinperi&Ms. that are, on their Way from Germany, in order, if poffible, to prevent their Junction with the Army? of the Allies. Hague, June 15. The GrefBer Gilles, who arrived here on the 12 th in the-Evening from Antwerp, was the next Day in Conference with thePrelident of the States-General, and afterwards in the Aflembly of their High Mighticeffes, It is believed, this. Minifter will return to Ver&ilies towards the End of this Week, the French Miniftry having, it is faid, made fome rjew Propofak, LONDON. M- Saxe, having fent off fome Detachments from his Army, while that of the Allies continued to be reinforced, feveral Letters fay he i3 going to intrench himfelf in Turn, in order the better to .cover the three intended Sieges. It was agreed, in a Council of War, held before the French} King's Departure, that the Operations fhouldftegin with the Siege of Mons, and fo proceed te Charleroy and Namur. Reports of a Peace are very much reviv'd in France and Holland,, but upon what probable Foundation does net yet appear to be well, explain*d. f  Letters from Spain are ftifl fall of the Reinforcements and Money, that are fending to the Iniant Don Philip's Army in Italy. According to Letters from Paris, by the Way. of.'Hol-land, M. Van Hoey, the Dutch Amfeaflador, has received a Letter from the Marquis d'Argenfon, containing the � Reafons which makes the King his Mafter hope his Bri tannic Majefty will .not ufe Severity towards the young Pre tender and his Adherents, acknowledging how much the Intereft of the Stewart. Family is at.his moft Chriftian Ma-jefty's Heart, and praying the Ambaftador to impart thefe Sentiments to the Britifh Miniftry. This Letter is givenv at Length in fome of the Prints, and M. VanHoey is faitf to have writ oyer to London upon this Subject.-A moft remarkable Inftance ef French M^defty I We hear that his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Gum-' berlapd, i> hourly expecied in 1 own from Scotland. Yefterday his Royal Highnefc the Prince of Wales, aa alfo his Serene Highnefs the Prince of Hefle* were at the Houfe of Peers, to hear the Debate?. Yefterday came Advice, that the Hope* Rofs, from Carolina, fqr Lqndon, is taken arid carried into Bayonne. The Diligence, Burk, from Montferrat for London, is> taken by the fiigonia Privateer, and carried into BUbea. an H We hear the following is the Purport of thePreamble to Aft for fettling an additional Revenue on his Royal ighnefs the Duke of Cumberland. May it pleafe jour moflExcellent Majejly, WHEREAS by the glorious Succefs with which it has pjeafed.Almighty God to blefs your Ma-jetty's Arms, under the aufpicious Conduct of your dearly beloved Son the Duke of Cumberland, We may reafo-nably hope for a happy and fpecdy End of the prefent wicked and unnatural Rebellion. In Return theref re for your Majefty's unwearied Care, and affe&ionate Concern for the Safety of your People, of which the expoiing a Life fo juftly valuable to your Majeftyj is a moft endearingProof; We beg leave to offer yourMajefty the warmeft Affurancesof that Duty and Loyalty, which muft ever flow from Hearts full of Gratitude and Affection ; and that we may in fome.Meafureexprefs the deep Senfe we have of the indefatigable Labour his Royil Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland has undergone, and the eminent Services he has performed to your Majefty, and his Country, We moft humbly befeech your Majefty, that an additional Revenue may be fettled on his Royal Highnefs, and his WufeMale; which Proviiion, � we pray Almighty God, by the long Continuance of < his illuftrious Line, may remain as a lading Monu-' ment to all Ages of our Refpeclj Gratitude^ and Af-� feftion to his Royal Highnefs the Duke, to whofe '^diftinguifhed Courage and Conduct (under Ged and ' yourMajefty) we owe the pleafing Prefpeft of being de-' livered from the Horrors and Defolatidn that muft have? ' accompanied the Continuance of this Unnatural Rebel* ' lion: Wherefore your Majefty's moft dutiful and loyal * Subjects, the &c. &c. do moft humbly bejfeech your Ma- * jefty, that it may be ena&ed, that; Sec. Extraff of a Letter from a Per/on belonging td the New-Ranger, taken in her Paffage from Montferrat ft London, and carried into Brefl. � On the fourth Day of May laft we we're taken by a * French Privateer of 40 Guns and 430 Men; in fight ' of the LandVEnd j the Evening before^ about Nine * o'Clock, we were engag'd by this Privateer, which Eijj ' jagement lafted tilt Nine the next Morning; in a very* � warm manner j four Hours of that Time we were board � and board: We fliot away her Fore-yard, and kill'd ait .* the Men in her Top, when (he fheer'd off; but at Nine! ' that Evening fhe engag'd us again, and after a ftout Re-� fiftance; we were oblig'd to itrike ; our Sails and Riz-� ing being all (hot away. We had {even Men wounded 5 < but kill'd and wounded a great Number of their Men, � and deftroyM moft of their Sails and Rigging--After ' we ftruck we were carried on board the Privateer, and t very well us'd.' The Letters from Scotland are full of Accourfts of the; Rebels laying down their Arms; and fay, that the Number of Cannon taken by the Duke, tvhieh were brought from France, including thofe left fpiked up by the Rebels^ amounted to 97 Pieces of different Bores ; and that the Number of Firelocks taken at the Battle,- and brodght irt fince by the Rebels, amounted to upwards of 8000, be-iides about 7200 Broad Swords, a great Number of Targets, Drums, Fifes, &c. By the Elizabeth and Martha, arrived at Cork frorri Barbadoes, we have Letters from thence of the 15 th of April,- by which we have Advice, that the Seafon was very fine, and the Crops of Sugar the largetV evert knywn ; facfi Ships as were there would be ready to fail from thence about .the loth of May, in Order to )oin the Trade from the Leeward iflands, who were.tarendezvous at St. Kitts,an4 to fail from thence the 25th of Rlay for, Europe^ under Convoy of the Dorfetft^ire and Argyll Men of War. Lail Week was married at Hortbiji irt Dorfetfhrre^ -i--Stone, Efq; of Creditor in Deironftiire, to Mife Kitty Start, Grandaughter to the late Sir Anthony Sturc,-' 3 very agreejrble young Lady, with 16,600 h Fortune. , A.DifpenfatioTi is pafs'd the Great Seal, to enable the Rev^ Henry Corbett; M.'A. Chaplald to his. Grace the-Duke of Rutland, to hold the ReQpry pf Stoke in the County of Salop and Diocefe of Litchfield and Coventry, tqgetber with^rhe kedtoiy of A^cly in the fame County and Ditfcefe. The-Rev. Dr. Nichplhv one of the Prebends of Weft-minfter-Abby, and Head Mafter of; Weftjnjnffer Sdttiol, has appointed Mr. Sturges, to be one 6f the Ufcers:.of,that School,- in the room of Mr. Fraokl^.promoted. to'a ^OrrSanday Night laft ais orieSarkery a Servant belonging to Mr. Parfonsj was coming over Stoallberry-Green, %9 was ftopt by three Highwaymen, whab'ea^ and abus'd hjin* very much, robb*d hto of a Guinea and fewn ShiBmgs and then rode off. AD V E RTISE M EK TS.are taken in tor this Paper, at Lloyd's Cqffee-Hovsb, in Lombard-Street.

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