General Advertiser, July 30, 1746

General Advertiser

July 30, 1746

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 30, 1846, London, Middlesex The Numb. 3663.* W ED N E S D A Y, July $0, 1746. > w Deal, July 28, , AILED Yefterday after Poll his Majefty'5 Ships Faulkland, and Amazon; on a Cruize ; and this Morning the Fox Man of War on a Cruize. Arrived his Majefty's Ship the Flamborough, with ie-veral Coafters from the Northward j and all failed to the Weft-ward ; but are ftnce put back. Arrived the Nathaniel Browning; and John and Anne, Long, from Riga. Wind S.W. Crave/end, July 28. PafVd by Bridgwater, Applcton; Three Brothers, Faroh; and the Jolly Batchelor, Kemp, from fiarbadoes ; New England Gaily, Fertail, from An. tigua; Willett, Griffith; and Anne and Jane, Barman, from St. Kitts; theFree Unity, Morrifoa 1 Nicholas and Anne, Folker; Efaenezer, Dedikin } St. Johannes, Mo us; and Peter and Bridget, Daubl, from Norway. The Fanny,.Middfcton, from Antigua, is arrived at Antigua. ^ Yefterday was delivered the Mail due on Friday. n Peter/burgh, July 12. 'Tis faid, that the Activijy and Succefs of the approaching Diet of Poland, will depend chiifly on the Negotiations of the Count de Vitzhum, who is coming hither with the Character of Arnbaflador-Extraordinary. All that we know concerning the Imperial Army affembled in Livonia is, that the Cavalry have Forage only to the End of July, and that Orders have been given to exercife frequently all the Corps, both Infantry and Horfe, that cornpofe it. M. D'Allion having lately received a Courier from VerSailles, we are a/lured, he has told our Ministers, � That his moft Christian Majefiy has * been much Surprised to hear, that according to the gene- * ral Report, the numerous Troops which the Emprefs has � affembled for fome Time pall, upon the Frontiers of Po- * land, were defigned to act offensively againft FranCe, in * favour of the Gbarts of Vienna and London, notwith-' (landing the repeated Declarations of his Ministers, con-' ceming his Majefty's DiSpofkion to accept the Mediation * offered by RoSha for an Accommodation, while the Courts * both of London and Vienna had abfolutely refufed to 4 liften tc her Imperial Majefty's pacific Intentions.' It is not yet known what Anfwer was given to this Minister ; but we are perfuaded, that whatever may be the Reflations of the Court, they were not taken till after mature Deliberations, and will not be departed from, whatever Representations may be made to the contrary. Stockholm, July 19. It is pretended, that the great Armaments cf Ruffia, which mil continue, begin to excite the Attention of this Court, especially fince it Is given oat, that feveral Ruffian Garrifons upon our Frontiers' have been reinforced. Certain, however, it is, that the Ruffian Mi-nifters from Time to Time renew the ftrWgeft Affurances that this Kingdom has abfolutely nothing to fear frofii thofe Armaments ; and we perceive, that the French Emiflaries are the only Perfons who fpread the contrary Reports, in order, if poffibie, to fet our Court againft that of Peterf-burgh, and by that means carry her own-Point. We hear from Gottenburgh, that another Fire has broke out ther�, but that fucheffe&ual means were taken to ftop its Pro-grefs, that only one Houfe was reduced to Aflies. By the combuftible Matters that are found in many Places, this is thought tojbe the Work of fome Incendiary, and a Reward of 500 Silver Crowns is offered for any one who can difco-verthe Offender. Raujbon, July 23. We are aflUred, that the 5000 Men which the Eleftor of Bavaria is fending into the Pay of the Maritime Powers, will begin their March the 10th of next Month, The Troops of the Circle of Bavaria are affo in Motion, and the Contingent of the Bifhoprick of Paffau is already arrived here. It is faid, that the King of Pruffia has exhorted feveral Princes of the Empire to follow this Example, promising ,to do the fame himfelf. Vitnna, July 20. The Commiflioners appointed by the Emprefs-Queen, to try Prince Caracu55eno, have made Report, that jt appears by his own Letters, that his Defign was to ftir up the Porte againft her Imperial Majefty, in order to avail himfelf of the Qumel between them to get Poffeffion of Walachia ; and that therefore he is guilty of High-T reafon, and deferves to die, unlefs her Imperial Majefty, moved by her own Clemency, will pleafe to change that Punrfhment into perpetual Imprifonmerrt. Franckfert, July 27. T,he EinpreSV-Queen has caufed Reprefentations to be made to the affaciated Circles, by her Minifter in this City, that as new Circumstances may accrue wherein the French Troops tniy re-enter the Empire, it feems to her neceflary, lor the Good of the Gfcr- . mannic Body, to agree, that If in fnch Cafe any one of the Circles fhould be attack'd, the other Circles Shall immediately repair to its Defence, with, all its Power. After fome Deliberations upon this Matter, it was decreed that the Circles fhould mutually affift eachttther On all Occaflcms, wherein any one of them might be attack'd or infulcgdfy any Foreign Power whatsoever. The Empire has had a confiderable Lots in the Death of the Bllhop-Prince of Bamberg and Wurc&burgh, who died of an Apoplexy on the 24th Inftant, aged 72. This Prince, of the illuftrious Hdufe of Schonborn, filled up the Place of Vice-Chancellor of the Empire for many Years at Vienna, and refigned it only to take Poffeffion of thefe Dignities, which rendered him one of the moft considerable Spiritual Princes of the Empire. He was a perfect. Mafter of the Laws and Conftitutisns, as well a* 6f the Interests of Germany; and has given fuch Advice, en many Occasions, as might, if followed; have contributed ef-fcftually to the Advantage of the Germannic Body. Hague, July 3 1. Yefterday a Courier paffed by here from London for Vierina, to inform the Imperial' Court of the Meafures which the Britifh Court thinks proper to take upon the Death of the King of Spain. Another fet out on the fame Occafion with very important Difpateaes for Turin. Paris, July 25. It has been refolved, that the young Princefs, of whom the Dauphitiefs was lately delivered, (ball be provisionally diftinguiSheii by the Title of Madame. Another Courier is arrived at Versailles from the Bifhop of Rennes, the King's Minifter at Madrid. His Difpatchef bear Date the 12th, and confbm the Contents of the preceding, with regard to the new Kih'g's Dispositions. "Tis certain, that his Catholic Majefty appears firmly refolved te maintain the Engagements that fubflft between his Houfe and-the Crown of France; but he had fignified, *t the fame Time, that being filled with true Affe&ion for $ie Spanish Nation, he will endeavour to make it en^otfpat foon as poffibie, the Advantages of Peace; provident can obtain it upon honourable Conditions, without ^Hu-dice to. the interest of the Princes to whom he is Otti^d Blood. .v U N D 6 H, - A large Body of the Ruffian Troops are drawing together in the Neighbourhood of Feterfburgh, in order to be ready td go on board the Fleet, if the Emprefs mail think proper: Count Beftucheff, the Ruffian Prime Minifter, is quite recovered of his late Indif^ofition. The King of Denmark has refolved fb to augment the Marine of his Kingdom, that he may have it of 20 Men of Wat ready to put to Sea upon Occafion; and theriecef-fary Orders are given to the Yards for that Purpofe. M. D'Argenlon has again- applied to M. Van Hoy tb forward a Letter from the King of France to his Britannic Majefty: But as this is only on Matter of pure Ceremony, the Notification of the Birth of a Princefs, he has run ruo Danger of Cenfure in taking the Talk upon himfelf. . They write frofli Munich, that the Affair of the Subfidy Treaty had been concluded three Weeks focmer than It was, if it had not been trarerfed by an Exprefsirom one of the Secretaries of theCourt, who refides with a Foreign Power. This Exprefs faid pofitively, that a Neatrality was cod-cluded between the Court cf France and the States-General ; and by the next Poft the fatoe Secretary took upotl him to confirm his former News, which made the Court defer fenteriag into any Engagements till the Fad was fulfy clear'd up, which now appears to be only a Report. Tlte prSvIIionally Convention between the Elector of Bavaria and the Court of Vienna, has been turned into a formal Treaty, in which it is Stipulated, among other Things, that the two Courts.fhall make one common Caufe between them of Whatever regards the Good and Tratwjaillity of the Empire. From the London Gazette. , , Vienna, July 23, N.S. Count Brown having left the King of Sardinia with the Remainder of the Combined Army to guard the Trebia^ was on the 21ft or. 22d, to pafs the Po at Arena,' and the Lambro, jit dr about St. Columbino, with a combined Body'of 16 Auftrian, aBd 14 Piedraontefe Battalions, three Aultriari and three- Pied-montefe Regiments of Cavalry, attd 1000 Irregulars, while General R"oth, with a Body of i 2 Auftrian Battalions, two Regimtnts of Horfe, and fome Haffars, was to operate about' Son'cirio; Orci Novi^ and Orci Vecchi; up^n the Oglio, and from thence t^ the Adda, iii order to join Count Broy?n, and to inveft the Spaniards which are at Lodi, Cedogno, Fombfio, Guarda' Meglio, Sc. during which time Leneral Nadafti was to Be pofted at or about Fiorenzuolo, Upon the Emilian Way, with aboul 8000 HuftaTS" arid regular Cavalry.' 9. At the Cant at Bortklohh; July 27, U.S. Since my laft. of the 24th Inftant, our Army has made two Marches, the firft to Sandhoven, and the Second to this Place $ we halt To-morrow, and then proceed toward. Namur; and hope to be in time for the Saving of that Town. We have taken Poffeffion of Arfchott, arid Lewe; whilft the French poflefled themfelves of Halen and Dieft. Their Army remains behind Lovafn, where they are aflembling all the Force they can ; whether with a Kefolution to ax ^|, or in Expe&arion of being attack'd^ two Day-will determine. s At the Camp if the Allied JrMy at Filer, Augufl 3, kji Count Dauri has been detached ever fince the 26 th with ic,ooo Men Upon �ur Right Flank j General Trips^ with 1 Corps of Huflars and Pandours; is advanced a little March from him npon his Right Flank. And Baronai with another Corps and" our Free Companies, is half a March in the Rear of Count Daun, upon his Right Flank alfo; every Party of the Enemy that Shews itfelf is attacked,; and generally with Succefs. The 1 ft" Inftant we paffed the Mahaighe in Six Columns; and marched in Otrlerof Battle; the Carinon at the Head of each Battalion, and encamped our Right at Waffeige, our Left towards Longechamp and Oftin; Count Daune between Athe and St. Germains, General Trips at Athe, and the Pandours advanced to St. Denis ; Count Lowendahl was then at Judoigne with 140,0c* Men ; Count Clermont between that and Tirlemont with 10,000, 1500 in Gemblours, the French Grand Army ftill behind Louvain, railing Redoubts, &c. They are called 80,000, and the whole is believed to be 130,000 Men: An Hour after out Arrival on this Side the Mehaigne, the MarShal had Advice that Count Lowendahl had march'd to Gemblours and SOfflbref with all his Corps i that MarShal de Saxe, by very forced Marches, was Come from Lour vain to Conroy and the Seven Stars j and that the Prince of Conti had made a Detachment from Charleroy to re-in-forcehim. Upbrithis, our Corps de Referve was immediately orderea tb march to fupport Count Daun; and Prince Charles, with the other Generals In Chief, wentthe next Morning with, all the Grenadiers' (to St. Denis, a-bouta Mile from Count Lowendahl's Body, to fee if it: was pofSble to attack bkn; but they found him cover'd by the R^ver of Gemblours, Woods, an& large Redoubt, at which they had Wolfed all Night, and auo fupported by Count Saxe's "Whole Army, and therefore the Defign was not practicable;. Charleroy has Surrendered in lets than three Day sfrdih1 the Opening of ihe Trenches The Enemy ire now within Sight of us at the ftrorrg Camp rjf Gemblours; and the Prince of Conti at FJeurirs. A Battery is tb1 be planted this Night to diflodge them from thef-Caftle df ,Maiy. Namur is out of all Danger of being be-fieg'd. Yefterday Morning the Huffars took 66 Men and 5 Officers Prifoners; and kill'd 40. Another Party kill'd 300 Frenth Pandours; Deferters from our Army; and brought into St. Denis alfo another Party of 40' Swifs, takenl within MuSket Shot of the French Camp. Hague, Aug. 2, N.S. By our laft Accounts, Prince Charles's Head Quarters were on the 29th part at Warem; near Liege. We hear that the French have Sent off all iheir heavy Baggage to Bruffels. This Step; and the Position of the two Armies; raife the greafeft Expectations of ^ the next News frtirii .that Quarter 1 th'o' the Return ef the French King is fix'd at but the 10th Inftant. Letters of Ithe igth paft frdm the Anftrian Army upon the" Po, confirm1 the Junftiohand joint Commands having taken Place on the 18th ,* and add, that ever� Thing was prepared for Entering upon Aftion; two Bridges having been thrown by his^Sardinian Majefty over the Po* below, artd two above Pkcentia. Our Advices from' Paris fay pofitively, that theBreft Fleet and Transports.are fail'd for America. Hague, Jug. ?. N.S. The Letters ef the 23^ paft from the Combined Army upoW rhe Trebia; fpeak of the Preparations ftill continuing for hs paffing the Pb; arid fix the acthdittb for the Execution of it. Yefterday s Reprieve for Three Weeks was granted to the following1 Rebel Prifoners, which they wjII be mad^ acQtfairited with at ftb'Gfeck this Morning, viz. C5� o W ;\- Dr. Barry, who was taken up-fome- Dajts-ago^ has, been examined before Ws/Gfliae �h� S*"ke jof>'J>W^l^f; and i* in'Cuftody of :M*XateingW0,a�be of rjjsi Itjf!stMef* fengers. ' 1 � 11 � ..^A b'O * c: AD VERTISE MENTS are taken in tor this Paper, at LtcVb*s Go�F Gaff* Breton for fiver. ;