General Advertiser, June 30, 1746

General Advertiser

June 30, 1746

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Issue date: Thursday, June 30, 1746

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 30, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. Numb. 3642. MONDAY, June 30, 1746. Deal, June 27. RRIVED Yefterday after Poft the Kouli-Kan Privateer, Capt. Barker, from Gibraltar; and remain with- his Majefty's Sloop Hawk,and,Oatward-boundhipS, with the George, Emmett, for Newfoundland. Wind S.byW. The Concord, Young, from Ireland, is arrived at Carolina Since our laft arrived a Mail from Holland. Petersburgb, June 11, The Emprefs will repair this Evening, with all the Imperial Family, to Peterfhoff, in order to fpend five or fix Weeks there. Count de Beftu-cheff, the Great Chamberlain, has had a Prefent from the Emprefs of an Eftate within a League of this City, which �as lately pofleffed by Count Ofterman. This Gift was made on the Anniverfary of his Birth-day. Baron de Mardefeldt's Memorial, to invite the Emprefs to accede to the Treaty of Drefden, has appeared in public. Ratisbon, June 27. They write from Munich, that the new Treaty, figned between that Court and that of Vienna on the 17th pad, containing a Renewal of the Treaty of Fueflen, with the additional Articles among others, � That the two Courts agree to affift each other mutually, �in Cafe either of them is attacked ; and that in fuch f Circumftances the Emprefs fhall furnifh 12,000 Men, and * the Elector qf Bavaria 6000, all at the Expence of her � Imperial Majefty.' The Convention between the Court � of Munich and the Maritime Powers is not yet figned. Turin, June 18. The Garrifon of Tortona is compofed of 9 Battalions, 2 Spanifb, 5 Swifs, and 2 of the Regiment of Milan. There is a Report, that the Troops af-fembling in the Grand Dutchy of Tufcany are to enter the State of Genoa, and that the Emperor will declare War againft the State of Genoa. It is added, that this Expedition will be fiipported by the Englifh Fleet. Madrid, June 14. There is cot a Week paffes in which considerable Slims are not fent to the Infant Don Philip's Army, and the Militia are continually fending off in order, to embark from Catalonia for Genoa. Above 10,000 Men: including Recruits and Regular Forces, have been fent to Italy ftnce March laft, M. Noailles had his Audience of leave of their Majefties on the 7th paft at Aranjuez, fince which this Lord has proceeded in bis Return to France, talcing the Efcurial and St. ildefonfo by. the Way. His Negotiations feem to have given entire Satisfaction to their Majefties. frmthe Camp before Monst Junei%. Yefterday we got Poffeffion of the Fort of the Mill in the Wood, and the Garrifon* confifting of 50 Men, were made Prifoners of War. As the Batteries which were Paifed againft the Fort at the Gatepf Neriiij andthofe which were upon an Eminence between the Gates of Bruffels and Havre did not freduce theniefigned Effect, they were changed the Day efore Yeftef&y, and have been,fince fifed from with great Succefs. A Ifcndred &$r$aji Hufiars, who iffued oui of the City that Day iet:fiKtt>fome Houfes in the Suburb of Nemi, but -were made Prifoners. Yefterday we got Poffeffion of the outward Piflifades between the Trjouille and the Ditches, wltHiKe'LSfs of only 5 or 6 Men. The Marquis de la Fane this Day attacked the Fort before the Gate of Bertamont, with 6 Companies of Grenadiers, and mace hirhfelf Matter of it, after a vigorous Defence, The Prince of Heffe Philipfthal and Lieutenaht-G'eneral Count deNava, who command in the Place, have offered to furrender it, provided the Garrifon tad free Leave to march out with all' trie Military Honours: B�t the Prince of Conti gave them for Anfwer, That they" muff hope'for to other Capitulation than the City of Bruffels had.-The Garrifon have-fince abandoned moft of the Out-works, in order to draw together within the Town; fo that we ex-peft the Ne#s of a Surrender very fpon. Stockholm, June 13, 0.6*. His Swedjfh Majefty has been very much in4ifpp^ed thefe three Days, paft with a fevere Attack of the'Gravel. The Swedim French Officers at Gottenbourgh have, been told, that as many as are willing to repair to France at their own Expence, fhall be employ a in the Station and Rank they at firft engaged to fcrve in ^ but fuch as'w

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