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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 3, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. Numb. 3646, THURSDAY,   July 3,   1746. Dealt June 30. IS Majefty's Sloop the Hawk, with the Outward-bound remain as in my laft.  WindS.W. Grave/end, July i. Pafs'd by Lady Elizabeth, Barns ; and Marie, Horrock, from Amfter-dam ; and Rowley, Tobin ; and Mary, White, FromTeghorh. Falmouth, June z8. Arrived , *his Majefty's Sloop the Lizard, Exprefs from Admiral Mjfttin ; alfo the Fofenden, Mack-land,, from Genoa fbrAmfterdam, who fpoke Yefterday off the Lizard, with the Warren Gaily Privateer, Captain Wilfon, who inform'd him that on the 16th Ioftant, he faw the French Fleet off Cape Pinas. Capt. Mackland fays he few Admiral Martin's Squadron on Thurfday laft cruzing about 14 Leagues Weft of Scilly. Plymouth, June 29. On Thurfday laft the Amazon wai chai'd into the Fleet by a Fr.er.ch Man of War, on tearing of which Admiral Martin fent two Ships in Chace of the frenchman. The Amazon look'd into Breft and Hochelle, and favv no Fleet in either Place.   Wind S.W. Southampton, July 1. Arrived the Union, Blanche, from Guernzey ; alfo the Windham, Sinkins; and the Winchefter,-, from Oporto. The Exeter, Venis, from the Mediterranean, is arrived at Milford. The Stirling-Caftle, Duffy, from Oporto, at Plymouth. The Endraught, Heyffing, from Chetter and Dublin, at Leghorn.  The John and Mary, Croftwaite, from Maryland, at Whitehaven. The Hannah, Kilner, from Lancafter, failed from Antigua, the zcjih of April for Jamaica. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland; Florence, June 18. Generel Chatejletis te fet oat immediately from Leghorn, in order to take upon him the Command of the Army that is forming about Pifa. We hear, that among the Difpatches which were found jn the Mails taken from the two Spanifh Couriers fome Time ago, there was a Letter,from the .Queen of Spain to the Infant Don Philip, relating taa.Requeft. made by the Generals that they might canvey his Highnefs to Genoa, to be out of all JDanger, wherein her Majefty exprefsly declares, ' That he rauft not think of retiring, having been fent in-* to Italy to acquire an Eftablifhment Sword in Hand ; and *. that, if he defires ever*gain to fee Madrid and his Mo ^-�ther he ought never to abandon his Army.' From the Imperial Camp near Placentia, June 21. The Xofs of the Enemy injtftfi Battle qf the 16th augments daily, thefincereft People amongft themfelves acknowledging it amounts to 14,000 Men. Tho' we reckon'd only 4000 of their (lain on the Field of Battle, and 5090 Prifoners, we are affured, that all,the Convents and many of the Churches in Placentia, are full of their wounded. There was a Sufpenfion of Arms on the iSth, 19th and 20th in order to bury the Dead, and on the firft of thofe Days Te Deum was fung under a tripple Difcharge of all the Artillery and Small-Arms alternately, which was repeated again in the Evening. The Prince of Lichtenftein is gone to Padua, to endeavour to re-eftablifh his Health, and the Marquis de Botta, as the oldeft General of Artillery, commands in hi* Place, but acts in Concert with Count Brown. The Day before Yefterday we heard the Cannon diftin&ly from Caftel> St. Giovanni, where Te Deum was then fung in the King of Sardinia's Army. We expect daily thar*the. Enemy will make a new Attempt to difen-gage themfelves before they are quite hemm'd in by his Sardinian ^ajefty; There is a general Report, that the Infant Don Philip is preparing to get off as loon as he can either to Genoa or Venice. Cremona, June 24. Some of the Enemy's Troops are come again within a few Days to poft themfelves at Co-dogno ; whether to find Provifions which they very much want at Placentia, or to open a Way for the whole Army, is uncertain : Perhaps they have both in View. It do s not feem, however, that they will fucceed in the latter, un-lefs they find fome other Paffage : For they have this Night made a frefh Attempt to difengage themfelves, by fending forward 2000 Men, who were to clear the Road for the Reft j bust this whole Corps was immediately fur- iounded, and 1264 Men taken, befides thofe that were lilled ; fo that a very few of them got back again. Brujfels, July 4. The Detachment of 500 Men, oom-tnanded by Col. Pandrau, which was detach'd on Friday Evening laft in Purfuit of a Party of Auftrians, who were marching Wards Halle, in order, as was reported, to car ry off the Garrifon, returned Yefterday without having j feen any Troops. Orders have been fent to all the Abbies in Brabant to fend each, within three Days, 100 large Blocks of Wood to Great Willebroek, for the Service of the Army. There is a Report, that M. Saxe is going to change his Difpofitions, and as the Forages that have been collected, are brought hither by Water, we fuppofe he will next encamp between Mechlin and Lou vain. It is faid, that St. Ghillain is blocked up by a Regiment of Dragoons, and that the Prince of Conti has fent Troops into the Neighbourhood of Charleroi, in order to inveft. it at a Diftance. From the Camp of the Allies at Ter-beyden, July 5. A Fort is actually erecting upon the Dyke at Steenhoven, within half a League of Gertrudenburgh. All our Cavalry is employed in making up a large Quantity of Hay, which, joined to the other Difpofitions that are vifible, feems to predict an approaching March; but whether to re-enter the Auftrian Brabant, or to meet the Imperial Succours, we cannot guefs. We expect daily the Arrival of the feven Englifh Battalions, which, with the Imperia-lifts, will make us up compleat 80,000 Fighting Men. PJ>. As the Cannon has been heard from Willemftadt, we are in Hopes the Englifh are landed. Breda, July 5. It is very confidently given out, that the Army will decamp in 9 or 10 Days, and march to* Braxfchoten, in order to attack the French, if tne latter wait for its coming up.   . Utrecht, July 8. The following is faid to be the Sub-ftance of the Anfwer given to his Britannic Majefty, by Meffieurs Boetzlaer and Hop, their High Mightinefles Minifters at the Court of Londoru viz. � That being fo ' ftrictly allied by Treaties to the Crown of Great-Britain, * and interefting themfelves fo flrongly in the Prefervation ' of his Majefty's lawful Government, as well as in the ' Maintenance of the Religion, Liberty and Tranquillity of his Kingdoms, every Attempt to difturb them could not but afflict their High Mightinefles in the laft Degree: * That their Averfion te fuch Attempts being known, they couia not bear that a Perfon, invefted with the Chara&er of their Ambaffador, mould; take the Liberty to intercede, � or fupport the Interceffions in Favour of Rebels : That 4 M. Van Hoey would have confidered, that the Inter-' ceffion of the Court of France, in this Cafe muft naturally prove more prejudicial than advantagious, fince his Britannic-Majefty, if he had been infliaM to {hgw.;Mer-' cy, would have done it of his own proper Motion, and ' not at the Interceffion of a Power with whom he is at ' open War, and who, under Cover of that Grcumftance, * had fupported the Rebellion; and that therefore M. VanHoey might fairly have excufed himfelf from taking ' upon him to tranfmit M. D'Argenfon's Letter^ But as ' this Minifter had purfued an oppofite Conduit, their * High MightinefTes declare, that they difarprove it entire-ly; that they difavow it j and that willing to put an * End to the Difcontent, which fuch a Proceeding had * caufed in the Caurt of Great-Britain, and defiring to ' give the fignal Satisfaction which that Court had de- * manded upon this Occafton, they had fent Orders to M. ' Van Hoey to write a polite and decent Letter to the ' Duke of Newcaftle, drawn up with fo much Circum-' fpe&ion, and in fuch Terms, that his Britannic Majefty ' might have Room to be fatisfied with the Reparation of ' fuch a Fault: And that their High MightinefTes had ' commanded'him, at the fame Time, carefully to avojd, * for the future, the giving any juft Subject of Scandal or * Difconfcnt to the Allies of the Republic.' LONDON. By the laft Advices from the Camp before Mons, a ge neral Aftault was expected out of Hand, there being two Breaches large enough for 50 Men thro' each. According to Letters from Italy, it appears that the Al lied Army, in the late Aftion, confifted of 46,000 Men : And it is thought, that Count Gages, if he Cannot retreat to the State of Genoa (which feems improbable) will en deavoar by croffing the Po, to get into the Geaoefe Domi nions, and fo make his Way towards Naples thro' the Ec clefiaftic State. There is a Report, by the Way of Ratifbon, that the Imperial Court has declared War againft the Republic of Genoa, as a Prelude to the March of the Tufcah Army. We have an Account from Berlin, that after a Night of high Entertainment, a Fire broke out in one of the Wings of the Palace, of Chariottenburgh, which was extinguifhed in two Hours, after having burnt four Rooms oftheQueen Mother's Apartment, with all the rich Furniture. On Monday laft the Rev. Dr. Younge, Rector of Thames Ditton, in Surry, and Chaplain to the Honoura ble Houfe of Commons, was Inftallcd with the Ufual For mality as one of the Prebends of the Cathedral Church of Canterbury. Yeflerday his Majefty was fo well recover'H of his late Cold, that he receiv'd Company at his Palace at Kenfing-ton. A Letter from Fort Auguftus, dated the 15th Inftaiir, fays, it.is thought his Royal Highnefs rhe.Dufce of Cum* berland will not fet out for England, till the Affairs in Scotland are intirely fettled. By a Letter from an Officer of Diftinction uuder the Duke, we are informed, that nptwithftanding the Rebels who have been in Arms fubmit every Day, yet the Evil-Spirit of Rebellion continues ftrong amongft the Inhabitants in feveral Parts of the Country ; which was fhewn Particularly on the 10th of June at Montrofe, which Town wa? illuminated in as grand a manner as they could s and even at Edinburgh great Numbers of Ladies appeared with Bunches of White Ribbons, &c. We hear that a Bill will be brought into Parliament for Difarming the Scotch Highlanders, and to oblige them to leave off their Plads, &c. Extra3 of a Letter from Plymouth, June 29. * Yefterday arrived here the Poft-boy Cutter, who gives ' an Account, that on, Thurfday laft he left the Fleet, * being 21 Sail of the Line" 35 Leagues S.W. of Ufhant. ' That on the 19th Inftant he was in St. Martin's-Road � all Night, and in Rochelle Road the 20th, where there ' was but four Sail of French Merchant Ships, and one ' Privateer from whence he faiTd and jon'd the Aimi-' ral, in eight. Hours.-He learnt by a Dutch Ship lying � in St. Martin's Road, that the French Fleet, confiiting * of Seven Men of War of the Line, and in the whole ' 180 Sail, departed from thence on the 12 th Inftnt, and * were faid to he bound to Martinico, and St. Domingo. � -He alfo inform'd him that no Spanifh Men of War * had join'd them, as has been reported.' Yefterday it was reported, with what Authority is no mention'd, that the French Fleet had been feen oft" Ferol. The Francis and Thomas, Brown, from Oporto, is arrived at Dartmouth, who parted with the Portugal Fleet on the 29th ult. off Plymouth. The Francis, Sams, from Appledore, for Newfoundland, is taken and carried into Bourdeaux. ^Yefterday the young Lord Arundel of Wardour, arrived from Berkfhire, at his Houfe in Albemarle-ftreet, with a handfome Retinue. Some Days ago died at Gal way Captain Way, Commander of the iJenjaain Jndiaman. On Tuefday Night Mr. Jpnes, a Silverfmith, near the 'Seven Dial?, was attack'd and robb'd near Tottenham-Court by four Ruffians of "about 14 s. whoabus'tl him very much, and got off with their Booty. In the violent Storm which happen'd on Midfummer Day laft, in the Evening one Mr. Caffitte, was unfortunately drown'd, he belong'd to one of the Engines Invented by Mr. Panton, for Deepn ng the River Med way, for the more Conveniencies of Mooring of his Majefty's Ships of War, the faid Engine was drove from its Moorings but received little Damage, they take up 66 Tuns .of tfallaft in about 4 Hours, being drawn by 4 Horfes. On Tuefd.y Night tne Chefter Mail was robb'd by a fingle Highwayman, well-drefs'd, near Dunftabk. Yefterday the Seffions began at the Old-Bailey, when 24 Prifoners were tried, 7 of whom were capitall/ convicted, viz. W.Uiara Bruce, for robbing a Poft-boy near Barnet of 8 s. 6 d. prefenting a Piftol, and threatning to fhoot him, if he looked at him. Martin M'Lone was tried for the fame Faft, but acquitted. John Humphreys, for robbing Jofeph Plomer on the Highway of a Coat, Hat and Wig. Jennings was, indi&ed with Humphreys for the faid Robbery and acquitted, but was convicted upon another Indictment. John Short, and Thomas Bird, for robbing William Pettit on the Highway of a Metal Watch, a Guinea, and fome Silver. 
                            

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