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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 21, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. Numb. 3661. MONDAY,   July 21,   1746. u V > 55 u u Dealt July 19. EMAIN theHopewell,Haddock; Don Carlos, Friend, for Lifbon; Farmer, Strangeway ; and the Greyhound, Goddard, f r Gui-ney ; Seahorfe, Johnfon, for Plymouth ; Elizabeth, Glegg, for Lcverpool ; and Friendship, Jeffcries, for St. Kitts. Wind S.W. The Providence, Burne, from Gottenburgh, is arrived in Yarmouth Roads. The William, Manby, from ditto, in the River. Since our laft arrived the Mail from Holland. Peterjburgb, July 5. Baron de Bretlach having. Yefter-day received a Courier, with the News of the Victory won by the Aullrians in Italy, immediately communicated the Lontents of that Affair to the Court, upon which he was complimented in the Summer Palace, amidft a numerous Affembly, and in Prefence of the other Foreign Minifters. M. D'Allion alfo gave the Emprefs an Account of the Difpatches he received lately from Verfailles, and we are told, figniiied to her among other Things, ' That by con-4 tinuiug the War againft the Court of Vienna and her Al-' lies, the moft Chriftian King had nothing in View but ' to convince the World, that he is forced to it againft his ' Will, becaufe the Propofals of Peace made on his Part ' had been rejected ; that his Majefty would be ob'iged to * perlevere in his Conduct in this Rel'pect, till his Enemies * embraced more pacific Sentiments; that the King was al-� ways confident ner Imperial Majefty would not fail to * employ her powerful Mediation in favour of thofe Difpo- * fitions, to infpire the Court of Vienna and her Allies, * with Sentiments taat might conduce to a general Peace. -Orders have been difpatched to the Admiralty for fending fome Men of War into the Bakick, where the Frigates already craize, with a View of exercifing the Sailers. Copenhagen, July 6. The King's Health is more and more confirmed, and the Princefs Royal is almoft recovered from her Lying-in. On Tuefday the Queen went to viiit her Royal Highnefs, and itaid with her fome Hours. Hmover, July 19 The Day before Yefte day a Courier paf-.'d by here from Peterfburgh for London, with Dh patches from the Earl of HyndLrd, containing Advice, \ve are told, that the Emprefs had renewed the ftrongeft Af-furances to his Lordftiip, ' That if France mall carry her ' Arms farther in the Hereditary Dominions of the Houfe * of Aullria, or fhall attempt any Thing againft thofe of * his Britannic Majelty, her Imperial Majeity cannot, nor * will not any longer difp. nfe with the making good her * Engagements, and marching her Army tr the Succour of * her High Allies; and that this had before now been ' done, had it not been for feme unforefeen Obltacles.' When the Count and Countefs of Woronzow went to fee the King's magnificent Stables, they were prefented, in his Majefty's Name, with four fine Sets of Horfes, con-Ming of 8 each, and with Harnefles, with which the Lady feem'd greatly delign ted. The Hamburghers have fitted out a Man of War to cruize on the African Pirates, which waits only the Orders for failing. From the Sardinian Camp at Stridella, July 9. The 15,000 Enemies, who paffed over on this Side theLambro, and pretended to throw a Bridge over the Po, and another over the Teffino, to attack Pa via with 8 Pieces of heavy Artillery, were obliged to abandon their Project, and retire back over the Lambro. The King has fince united his Horfe, and by his prefent Pofuion, continues to hinder the Enemy from regaining a Communication with Torto-na and the State of Genoa, while the Imperial Army is preparing for fome other Expedition of Importance. Yef-terday Morning about 100 Boats,' Which the French had brought along the Olonna, in order to carry them by the Po into the Lambro, being obliged to pufs under a fmart Fire of our Small Arms, and a Battery of 9 Pieces of Cannon, 7 of them were funk, and 5 mare ftranded and taken. Codo^no, July 7. Th^ Marquis de Caftellar having given Advice, by Exprefs, to Count G.iges, that the Auftrian-; diicontinued their Bombardment of Placentia on the 4th, and were retired from their Poils, that General went to ob-ferve what paffed : But perceiving that the Motions of the Auftrians might be only a Stratagem to draw the Spaniards into an Ambufti, his Excellency did not think proper to llir with his Army. The Pofition of both Spaniards and French is, in the mem Ti.ne, very advantageous, they being ported between the Adda and the Lambro, along trie Banks of each.   The General Quarters are here, where the Duke of Mcdena and Don Philip remain, with Count Gages. The City of Placentia abounds at prefent with Provifions. Lodi, July g- The Auftrians are removed three Miles from Placentia, and encamp between the Ro2d of St. Antony and St. Raimond. General Piguatelli, who has with him 24. Battering Pieces, occupies all the Country from Malleo to the Banks of tne Adoa, and has taken, among others, the Port of St. Francis, in the Neighbourhood of the Fortrefs of Chera d'Adda fronting Plzzhigghitone. As chefe Difpofitions feem to threaten a Siege, a fmart Fire his been kept from that upon St. Francis. That it has not ' hinder'd the Spaniards from erecting two Batteries, one of four, the other of fix Cannon. The Aullrians, in the mean lime have augmented the Garrifon of Pizzhighitone with 2000 Men, while General Roth commands upon the Adda with 1 5000. The French are.pofted between the Lambro and the Adda* and Marfhal Maillebois is already arrived here, with a good Body of Horfe, in order to unite with the Spaniards. Milan, July 11. Parties of the Enemy have advanced to our Gates, und demanded with Threats the Diana, 6000 Sacks of Corn, and 2000 of Rice, which has occafioned a Stir among the Magiftrates, and makes us furprifed, that the Imperial or Sardinian Generals had not prevented our being thus expofed. As to the Armies, they continue in much the fame State as they were two or three Days ago ; but next Week great Changes are expected, upon the Suc-cefs of which may depend the Conclufiort of the War in thefe Parts. Fforri trie London Gazette. Stockholm, July 4, N.S, His Swedifh Majelty is entirely recovered from his late Indifpofition, and feems to be in a better State of Health than he has deen for fome Years part.. Liege, July 22, N.S. The French inverted Charleroy on the 14th Inftant, and are extended to Sambreff, Ge-nappe and Mazy. Camp of Peer, July 24, N.S. On Friday laft the 2 2d Inftant, N.S. Prince Charles and Count Palfy arrived at the Head Quarters at Falkenfworth ; the following Morning we marched to Peer, where Count Corps Palfy's joined us, confifting of 1 2 Battalions and 28 Squadrons.Two thou-fand five hundred Recruits from Germany have alfo joined us, and more are daily expected. We halt To-day ; Tomorrow we march to Haffelt, and from thence towards Namur and Charleroy. The French are ftill encamped between Lourain and Tirlemont : It is thought, that as we advance, they may take the Camp of Mazy. Count Saxe covers the Siege of Charleroy. Hague, July 26. Prince Charles of Lorrain has joined the Army of the Allies with the Auftrians from the Rhine. The Allied Army is fuppofed to be at prefent between Haff-dt and St. Tron, whilft that of France under the Order of M. Saxe, is reported to extend from Mazy towards Louvain. The Paris Letters received, mention at the fame Time the Dauphinefs's Delivery of a Princefs, poftpone the French King's Departure for Brabant for fix or feven Days. Some Letters mention the Death of the faid young Princefs. The frefheft Advices from the Side of the Po are of the 12th Inftant, when the Siege of Placentia was not at all advanced. Edinbwgb, July 12. Yefterday the Earl of Kellie fur-render'd himfelf to the Lord Juftice Clerk, and was committed Prifoner to the Caltle of Edinburgh. The following Addrefs of the General Convention of Royal Burrows in Scotland, has been prefented td his Majefty by his Grace the Duke of Argyll : Which Addrefs his Majelty was pleafed to receive very gracioufly. To the King's moft Excellent Majefty, Mo/? Gracious Sovereign, YOUR Majefty's dutiful and loyal Subjects, the General Convention of Royal Burrows in Scotland, with Pieafure embrace this firft Opportunity, at their (fated annual Meeting, of expreffing the Overflowings of Gratitude for your Majefty's paternal Care, in appointing a Royal Commander to animate the Troops, and lead thern cn to Victory. No fooner did a young Hero of your iluftrious Houfe appear at the Head of tne A my, than the Rebels, ftruck with a Pannick, exchanged their vain Hopes of Succefs for a precipitate Flight, while every true Friend to Religion,'Liberty, and their Country, felt in-expreflible Joy refulting from the near Profpect of having . all that �� valuable, as Men and M probers of Society, fecured to them urrder the aufpicious Reign of the beft of Princes. The ineftimable Blefiings procured to Great Britain by the happy Revolution, and inviolaby maintained by the illuftrious Sovereigns of your Auguft Houfe, make your faithful State of Burrows, with double Joy, uni'.e with the general Voice of the Nation, in exprelfing our molt fincere and hearty Congratulations to }Otir facred Majefty, on the late glorious Victory, gained by his Royal Highnefs the Duke, over the Pretender's Son and his deluded Followers, who, infenfible of the Happinefs of a inild Adminiftration, aimed at exchanging Liberty, and a Government by Laws, for Slavery ano arbitrary Power. The happy Effects of this Victory, the Rebellion being now entirely fupprefs'd, are fenfibly felt by the State of Burrows, who fufFer'd feveiel/ during this unnatural Rebellion ; but with Peace and Tranquillity, Trade anu Commerce, cannot fail to revive ; and while the indubious quietly enjoy the Fruits of their Labour, we are pcrfuaded every loyal Subject will be fenfible of your Majeity's Royal and Fatherly Care of this Part of yodr united Kingdom ; and that the State of Burrows will ever look on themfelves as bound by the moft facred Ties ot Gratitude to fupport your Majefty to the utmoft of their Power again foreign and domeftick Foes, till by Divine rtfliftance you triumph over both, and not only fecure the Trade and Happinefs of Great Britain, but prove the Protector of the Proteltant Intereft and Liberties of Europe. Sigh'd in Prefence, and by Appointment of the Ge-rieral Convention of Royal Burrows, Edinburgh, And. Cochrane, Prefes. July 2, 1746. OXFORD  CIRCUIT. Mr. Juftice Abney. Mr. Serjeant Willes. Berks; Monday Auguft 4, at Abingdon. Oxbn, Wednefday Auguft 6, at Oxford. Glouctfier, Saturday Auguft 9, at Gloucefter. City of Glouctfier, The fame Day at the City of Glou�i ceiter. Monmouth, Thurfday Auguft 14, at Monmouth. Hereford, Saturday Auguft 16, at Hereford. Worcefier, 1 hurfday Auguft 21, at Worcefter. City of Worcefier, I he fame Day at the City of Wor-cefter. Salop, Monday Auguft 25, at Shrewfbury. Staford, Friday Auguft 29, at Stafford. LONDON. General Count Gages, in his Letters to the Court of Spain, charges his rate Misfortune upon the pofitive Orders he had received from thence to engage the Aultrjans, who, he fays, might not probably have maintained the Advantages of Situation they enjoyd for many Days longer; if his Obedience to their catholic Majefties would have permitted him to wait. The Allied Army in the Netherlands, upon the Coming up of the Troops under General Palfi, is computed at 98 Batallion-, with their Companies of Grenadiers, 148 Squadrons, fix Regiments of Auftriain Huffars, and 2000 Pandours, not including the Bavarian Hufiars, the Heffian Troops, and the Au.irian, Englifh, and Dutch Free Companies. M. de Bellefond, Archbifhop of Paris^ who has not been many Weeks in Poffeffion of that Dignity; is lately dead, and the Archbifhop of Tours istdk'd of for his Succeffor. Abbe !e Maire, the French Minillerat Copenhagen, na-ving received a Courier from Paris, a Privy Council was held on the Occafion : After which M. d'Olten, the King of Denmark's Adjutant-General, fet out for Norway, with feal'd Orders, which he is hot to open till he arrives there ; but they are thought to reLte to the fugitive Scotch Rebels in that Country. Letters from Paris now fay, that the King of Spain did not die of an Apoplexy, but breaking a Vein in vomiting violently, after being fome Hours ill of an Indigeaion.- The late Queen who has amaffed to the Value o( 30 Millions of Livres in Jewels, is retired into the Csnvent of St. Ildefonfo. 5$ The Trsffifports Storeffiips, &c. intended for Cape Breton, remain ftill atSpunead. Captain E! worthy, of the Dragon Privateer, of Briftol, has taken and fent into Combe, a Brigantine bound from Bayonne to Bourdeaux, laden with Tobacco, Iron, &c. Alfo a fmall Spanifh Privateer, with Swivel Gun*, Small Arms, and 40 Men. The Potomack Merchant,-, from Virginia, is taken by the French, and carried into B^yonne. The Neptune, Johns, from Guernzey to Ireland, is taken, and carried into Morlaix. A Ship from Madeira, belonging to Appledore is taken and earned into St. Maloes. The William and Jane, Trernij from South Carolina, is taken by the French j but not carried in. ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in tor this Paper, at Lloyd's Cor f'e e-House, in Lombard-Street. Cape Breton for Ever.   

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