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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 23, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. Numb. 3637. MONDAY,   June .23,   174$. Dealy June 21. EMAIN in the Downs his Ma" jefty's Ship the Fox; with the Dutch Ship for Eaft-India; and ail the Outward.  Wind S.W. The Jofeph and Redard, Willis, from Briftol; and Phasnix, Thompfon, from St. Kitts, are arrived at Carolina. The Elizabeth, Hutchins,from Carolina at Providence. The Chriftian, Martin, from Gottenburgh, in the River. The Seaflower, Connell, from Cork to Madeira, is taken and carried into Bayonne. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland. From the General Quarters of the King of Sardinia at Sciatezzo, June 17.  Upon our Arrival at Novi on the 1 oth, we learned that the French had abandoned all the Pofts on our Right, but that fome Genoefe Troops ftill maintained themielves in Ovada, a kind of Fortrefs upon the Frontiers of their Republick. They refufed to furrender at the firft Summons, and we were obliged to fhew them fome Cannon; immediately after which, the Garrifon, confiding of 210 Common Men, 10 Officers, and a Lieutenant-Colonel, furrendered themfelves Prifoners of War. ' The King'feeing on the nth, that the French retired in great Halle at the Approach of his Army, and under-ftanding that they even forced Marches to get up to Pla-centia, his Majefty immediately made all the neceffary Difpofitions to follow them as clofely as poffibly. The Army arrived on the 12th at Rivalta, on the 13th at Caftel-Novo, and on the 14th at Voglera, from whence Detachments were fent as far as Stradella, who made fome Prifoners from the Rear-Guard of the Enemy, and brought off fome Baggage. On the 15th the King arrived at Sciatezzo, the Rear of the Enemy continuing that Morning at Caftel-Giovanni.  His Majefty receiving Advice, that the Spaniards had formed a Defign to attack the Auftrian Army, in order to fupport the latter as much as Circumftances of Affairs would permit, he defifled from the Project that had been formed of attacking Serravalle, and ordered back the Brigade that was deugned for that Service. At the fame Time he gave Orders for a Bridge, that was ready formed upon thePd, to be carried down the River, that a Communication might be eftablifhed with Pavia, in Cafe the Enemy fhould repafs that River, and make an Attempt upon that City, their true Defign not being yet known. His Majefty at the fame Time caufed his Avant-Guard, commanded by M. de Montfert, to march to Cartel St. Giovanni, and fent a Detachment as far as the Trebia. ' Such was the Difpofition of the King's Troops, when Yefterday Morning our moft advanced Pofts began to hear a great Firing of Cannon and fmall Arms from about Placentia. His Majefty immediately gave Orders for marching forwards, and the Arfiiy was already in. Motion, when Advice came that the Affair was over. Soon after the King received other Advices ffom Placentia it-felf, informing him that the Spaniards began the Attack about Midnight oh the Side of die Trebia, and afterwards on the Left at St. Lazaro, and the Hill behind it; that the Action had been very brifk,' and very bloody, both Parties having fought with the greateft Refolation ; that at the Houfe of one of the Spanifh Generals a Lofs of about 10,000 Men. was acknowledged, including all. That the City was full of wounded, and that, had it not been for the Protection of the Cannon'upon the Ram-pars, it would have been impoffible'to have efcaped an entire Defeat, there being ftill coming in on the 10th at Noon, a great many Troops in the uttactft Confufion. ' Upon thefe Reports the Army halted, with Orders however to keep in Readinefs to march wherever it may be found neceflary, in order to.favour the Of erations of the Auftrian Army, from which, News was every Moment expected. ' Some Hoots after, the King received direftly from that Army, the Confirmation of the Victory won by the Prince of Lichtenftein, who took Notice, that he had been attacked on the Right and Left with equal Force; that on one Side the Spaniards had gained fome fmall Advantages, which they did not however long enjoy; and that, at laft, the three combined Nations had been well beaten, efpecially the French ; that being forced to abandon the Field of Battle, the Enemy retired into their Camp under Favour of their heavy Artillery.   That the lmperiai * Foot and Horfe had both done Wonders ; that the Heat * of the Action lafted above five Hours j that they ' reckoned already 2500 Prifoners, more being expected ' every Moment; that there were among them a good roa-' ny Officers of Diftin&ion, and Abundance of wounded; 4 that the Affair was exceedingly bWody; that it was not ' yet poffible to count the Lofs oh^Wh Sides, but that of c the Enemy was undoubtedly the moft conftderable; that ' the Imperialifts had taken Cannon* Colours and all other ' ufual Trophies of a Victory.  By the Pofition that the Kiag's^rmy will take To-� morrow, along the Tironeand the Narotta, all Com-' munication will be entirely cut off between the Enemy ' and the State of Genoa. From the French Cairip before Mons% "June 21. The Prince of Conti, who hath eftablifhed his Head-Quarters at Belliant, a Nunnery on the South of the City, where Prince Eugene was quartered in 17*9, went to vifit'on the 18th the Trenches* and having approved of the places of Arms eftablifhed before the firft Parallel* whereon to place the Artillery, two Batteries were firft begun, one 6f twelve Pieces on the Right, and one of ten on the Left: Two others were then erected, one being of 15 Mortars on the Right j and they were all ready to fire the fame Evening. The fame Day there was a brifk Skirmifh in the Neighbourhood of Braine-le-Comte, between a Detachment of our Dragoons, and a hundred Auftrian HufTars, fupported by Captain Bethune's Free Company; The Workmen had Yefterday advanced their Zigzags along thelCovert Way, which communicates with the Gate of Havre, as well as 4 Zigzags in the Centre, following the Capital of the Baf-tion Attack, and two more with a Parallel upon the Capital of the Redoubt on the Side of Mont Parifel. The Befiegedhave made a terrible Fire upon our People laft Night and this, while we, in the mean Time, advane'd to within 60 Toifes of the Covert Way. A new Battery of 25 Cannon and 15 Mortars is erecting, which will be ready to fire To-morrow. The Prince of Conti vifits the Works daily, and we hope the Inundation will be drained off in three Days. We have within a Day or two had 57 Men killed, and 40 wounded, and among the reft two Engineers. LONDON. On Saturday Morning early the Ships with the Rebel Prifoners on board came up the River, and immediately the Marquis of Tullibardine, Mr. Murray and one other Perfon were committed to the Tower; two of the Chiefs fent to Newgate, the Officers to the New Goal in Southward and the common Men, to the Number of about 600, to the Marfhalfea. They are to be tried at St. Margaret's Hill, Southwark, at which Place the Grand Jury will meet this Day to find Bills of Indictment againft them. At the Court Martial on board the Prince of Orange on Monday laft, the Court fat, in order to proceed on the Trial oif Admiral Matthews. After the Court was fwprn, Admiral Matthews delivered into Court a Letter, which he defired might be read before his Charge, which was read accordingly, objecting to three of the Members, as his Judges, for the Reafons contained in the faid Letter j then the Charge againft him was read j Admiral Matthews then defired to know his Accufer, for which Reafon, and alfo that one of the Members that compofed the Court, at the Trial of Vice Admiral Leftock, was indifpos'd, the Court adjeurn'd to Thurfday Morning laft, when that Member attended, and the Charge being read overagain, Capt. Gafcoign, Commander of the Torbay, was called as the firft Witnefs, in Support of the Charge, whofe Examination lafted till near fix o'Clock' in the Afternoon on Thurfday, and all Friday; and then the Court adjourn'd till this Day. We hear that the Hon. Henry Legg, Efq; one of the Lords of the Admiralty, and Member of Parliament for Orford in Suffolk, will be made one of the Lords of the Treafury, in the room of Henry Fojf, Efq; made Secretary at War. vi  � We alfo hear that John Campbell, �fq; Knight of the Shire for the County of Pembroke, will likewife be made one ef the Lords of the Treafury. A Difpenfation has pafc'd the Great Seal, to enable Samuel Burflem, M. A. Chaplain to the Datchefs Dowager of Hamilton, to hold the Vicarage of.Drayton in the County of Salop, in the Diocefe of Litchfisld and Coventry, together with the Rectory of Norton in the feid Diocefe. On Saturday the Corpfe of Mr. Bowles, late an eminent Wine-Merchant in Newcaftle upon Tyne, was carried from his Houfe in EfTex-ftreet in the Strand, in order to be interred amongft his Anceltors, at the aforefaid Place. On Saturday laft came Advice, that the French Flee6 was at Sea off Rochebonne near Rochfort the 10th Initant* The fame Day Admiral Martin was fpoke with in Lat-46 ; fo that there is a great Probability of his intercepting them. Laft Week the Lady Peters was married to Mr. Ed-mondfon. On Saturday Morning laft the Body of Capt. Ailing-ham, in the Virginia Trade, (who had been miffing four Days) was found floating on the Water near Erith; and alfo the Body of another Perlbn, not known j how this Accident happened is not known. On Wednefday laft died at his Houfe near Hanover-fquare, ThomasDuppon, EfqjaGentleman of a large Eftate in Buckinghamfhire. On Satuaday laft died in Dover-ftreet, St. James's, Edward Mitchell, Efq; a Gentleman of Jbortune in Derby-fhire. On Saturday Morning laft died Mr. Richard Parfons, one of the Appointers of^the Weighers at the Cuftom-Houfe. On Friday laft died, at his Houfe at Bow, in the 80th Year of his Age, Capt. Impry, many Years a Commander in the Merchants Service. Yefterday Morning one Mr. Abel Wood, who lived at Fleet Ditch, (and had fome Words with his Wife the Evening before) flung himfelf into the River at Black-Fry ars Stairs, and.wasdrown'd. This Day the Gentlemen of Bromley, Bexley and El-tham are to play the great Match at C R IC K E T in the Artillery-Ground, London* made for them againft the bell that can be picked in the County of Surry.-The Wickets to be pitched by Two o'clock at fartheih, and the Match to be play'd out. At RUCKHOLT-HOUSE this Day will be a Grand Concert of Vocal and Inftrumental Mufick. The Vocal Part by Mr. Lowe % Several Favourite Airs on the~Violon-cello by.Mr. Ofwald ; A Solo and Concerto on the German Flute by Mr. Lawfon; A Concerto on the Hautboy by EiftVrt; To conclude with a Song made in Honour of his Royal Highnefs the Dake of Cumberland, fung by Mr. Lowe. Tickets 1 s. 6 d. Breakfafting included. The Entertainment in the Morning to begin at Ten o'Clock ; and in the Afternoon at Four: With Singing by Mifs Reeve. Each Perfen after Two, to pay Six-pence Admittance, excepting thofe that dine there { for which are commodious handfome Rooms, with Plenty of Crap, Tench, Crufors, &c. Proper Cooks provided ;-and every thing as cheap as at any Tavern in London. Orders for Entertainments, with, a Bill of Fare, may be left at any Time, at the Punch-Houfe at the Royal*Exchange; or at the new Punch-Houfe at Aldgate. And the Houfe free every Day for the Summer Seafon, Mondays excepted. This Evening at CUPER'S-GARDENS, feveral Select Pieces of Mufick will"be perform'd j after which the molt beautiful Fireworks will be difplayed, in Honour of the glorious Victory gain'd by his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland over the Rebels in Emblematic Figures and Triumphant Arches. It hath been perform'd many Nights to crowded Audiences, and allowed by all to be the moft magnificent Piece ever yet exhibited. To all which (by particular Defire for this Night) will be added he^Fire-fhipand Caftle, which alone hath given a g"^- Satisfaction.-The Bowling-Greens are in goo� '"Wcr. BANK U        T. John Lhuiller, of the Parifh of St. Anne, Weftminfter, Snuff Merchant, Dealer and Chapman. High-Water this Day at Lendon-Bridge at 26 Minutes after 3. Bank Stock 126 3 4ths. India Ditto 173 34th', South.Sea Stock 99 1 4th. Ditto Old Annuities 97 5 8ths. Ditto New no Price. Four per Cent. Bank Annuities 94 5 8ths. Three per Cent. Annuities 84. Million Bank no Price. Equivalent no Price. Royal Affurance no Price. London Affurance 10 a 1 8th. Eng-li(h Copper 5 1. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent. Ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 7 1. Prem. India Bonds 34 s. Ptem. Three and a half Salt Tallies no Price. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders no Price. Three per Cent Ditto no Price. Lottery Tickets 5 s. Prem. Life Annuities 12 1 4th Years Purcr>afe. AD V E RTISE M E N T S are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-Hovse, in Lombard-Street. n-   P   

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