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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 7, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. ft tr m b. 367$; THURSDAY,   August 7,   1746. Deal, Augufi 5. RRIVED his Majefty's Ship the -Squirrel, from Porti mouth, with the Mary, Peers j and Thomas, 1 Hunt", From Exon   the Vernon, Sarrage, from Top&am; Suc-ccfs, Bedard; and Neptune, Collins, from Plymouth, with 30 Sail of Coafters, who are failed for the fever.  Sailed laft Night the Grenada Bomb on a Cruize. u Remain the Squirrel, with the Mary; Mercer, for Oporto. y Came down the Tring Gaily, Dornford, for Oporto. � Wind W.byS. Grave/end, Aug, 5. Pafs'd by the William and Mary, Hope, from Rotterdam j the Catherine, Peckbron, from Stettin; and Anne and Conftant, Peters, from Dantzick. Arrived here the John and Anne, nions, while a confiderable Corps, to be affembled at Bri- 1 The Infant Don Philip, upon receiving the News of queon, enters Piedmont on the Other Side. A great many the Death of his Father, fliut Jiimfelf up for two Ij&ys ; Swifs, Piedmonteze and German DeferterS arrive here but the letters from his,Camp, like thofe from France, daily, and take on in the Troops of this Republick. tell us, he has received Affurances from the new King, Leghorn, July 23. For 10 or 12 Days paft We have felt his Brother, of the ftrongeft Affe&ion, and Suppert, in here fome flight Strokes of an Earthquake.' They were   procuring him an Eftablifliment. more confiderable at Lucca, and upon the Mountains of GrafBguana, where five have been obferved in a Day. They have caufed fome Damage, and a great deal of Con-ftemation among the People. Our Troops are .ftill quiet at Pifa, tho' in Readinefs to march.  It is find,* they will The Archbiftiep, Elector of Mentz^ is one of the principal Candidates to fucceed the Bifhop of Bamberg and Wurtzburgh, with which View; he is gone to Afcha^an-barghj and Letters from Vienna (ay, that the imperial Court will fijpporfthe Ele&ion of this. Prince, asthempft be joined by feme of thofe of Lticca, in order tb conquer Hkely to fill up the Engagements of the late Biihop, who Sarzana, to which this Grand Dutchy has ancient Preten-   wastph'avefurnilhed 8ooo Men to their Imperial Majefties. u .0 55 'I fions. All the Precautions taken by the Republic to fecure that Place will be fruidefs, in cafe there be a real Defign to take Poffeflion of it. The Englifh Men of War cruize continually on our Coafts,; andfrequently fend Prizes in here, while they take care to prevent the fending of Provifions to      ^ The Marquefs,de Mirepoia, who retired, over the.Sam-bre upon the Approach of Count Brown, is gone to Venice, in order to make his Way round to Genoa, where he is to take tnSon him the Command of the Reinforcements coming from France; but thofe ^Reinforcements, the three I with the Genoefe who are to join them, will, it is apprc-  ! Jerrat. The Hope,-Ferriter, from London, at Madeira. The Charming Peggy, Nutt j and the Happy Return, Mitchell, from Philadelphia, at Dublin. The Marrion, M'Conn, from New-England, at Glaf- Crowns by the Way of Maffa.-According to the Iaft Ad- hended,- find it difficult to open a Way towards Voghem, vices from Corfica, the Rebelsjiave at laft got Poffeflion of and cut off the Communication between the King of SW- Cone, publifhed Edi&s, and'are doing all the Damage dinia and hte Dominions, becaufe the Piedmontefe Corps they can to the People in the Intereft of the Republic of about Novi is daily increafing. - g^*a"      a j     . r 1     rrju _    ^ ,    a This Day the Right Hon. the Earl of Sandwich, ap- A more exaS Account of^atjaffed h*m*m the      Ar- ^   ^Srioh^r&xry to the States General mies near Namur; from the \ft to the �tb Jhftant. j-        ^ Holland                                     � � �~� A Detachment of Troops, commanded by General ft h cMnt\tftTtt6 {hat he Mi^tf feveral The Pelican, Boyd, from Norway, at Irwin. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland. 5, The Minifter, fentby the Grand Ipgttor. to SchVh Haw; ita�npt focceeded. m his Negocia tion, and the Schah is marching towards the Frontiers of Turkey with a formidable Army. He has divided it into three Corps j the firft of which, confifting of 80,060 Men, encamp in the Neighbourhood of Hamadau, and is commanded by himfelf inPerfon: The fecond ,of 60,000 is arrived at Kara under hisfEldeft Son ; and the third (the Number of which is not mentioned) encamps between thofe two Places. Ptterjburgb, July 19. The Emprefs has patted by Nar va, in her Way to Revel, with a Retinue of 5ooPerfons, She haf jprefented 20,000 Rubles to the Great Chancellor Beftucheff, awl ibioobtothe Privy-Couneellor Czerkalki The Knes BialSfeidci is to review the Fleet at "Crbfiftadt, immediately after which it will fail to Revel, and there represent a Sea-fight in the Emprefs's Prefence. Vice Admi ral Mickoko\w is to have the Cbnimand. Stockholm* July 2. The Court of Denmark has notified to ours, that^his Paniflt Majefty^ W&, named M. Holftein, late^his AmbafTador in Rufiia, to refide at Stockholm in the W ^^tyioring the.Se^ag.fif .t^ejDMt.  Pargur^jubf $3* "Jhe.Healtli:o( f*rince Lichtenftein,* who continues at Colorno, grows ^oirfe every Day, and we are informed,, tha,t his Higbn^T&,cann.ot fpeak without-^ Pain. T^ere js a Report^^Jie Fpwwfation of which We know not, ,thit alf the A|i^le|Y, Papers, and whatevet* is ^ nroft: vduamp,, is to be Tenip^ejd from hence to Mantua. V    Milan, July 26. A B^nmbur'!is juft now ipread, that General Count. Brown has attempted to pafs'the Lambro with 24,000Men; but was repulfed by the Marihal de Maillebok '- ' " '/ ' Afi/aa,v JiifyzS. We nave no Confirmation of the Re-pulfeof Count,Brown at the Pafiage of the Lambro, but only that M. Maillebpis takes all proper P'recautions to guard that "River, by throwing up Retrenchments, fur-nilhed with Artillery at proper Diftances. The Reft of the Troeps in the Infant's Army obferve what paffes upon the Adda.   ;   ''"'.:_;/ Crtma, Jsuip 29. Veftjerda^there was a;very fmart and Woody Acuon at. ^^01^ Wtween. 3000 Spaniards and 2500 Imperiililfe, whM proVed to'the Advantage of the latter. ; '." ' Genua, July 2$. Eighteen or Twenty Battalions of French are advancing apace along the Coaft, in order to join the Troops ofthisRepublick, an^fori^ a^ dy of 8 lo.tfoa. Men, who are to advance towards Serrayalle, Tortoriaand Vpglera,.in order at Stradella to cut'off the King of Sardinia's Communication with his own Domi- Trips,- having on the ift come up with 100 of the Enemy's Foot at Pervis, the latter immediately retired into the Church, and fired briikly upon our People. Soon after the Enemy fent a confiderable Reinforcement from their Camp, to dif-engage and fupport the others ; Bat thofe Succours were lo amufed, that the Huflars had Time to force the Church-Door, by which they entered, and cut to-pieces all the Enemy, except 67, who, with ' 4 Officers, were taken Prifoners, moft of them wounded. ' Another Detachment of Gen. Trips's met about 200 of the Enemy at Day-break on the 2d, moft of them being Pandoors who had been Deferters from the Impe rial Army.   ~'- * ~ u m Powers will fpeedily meet at Breda. Yefterday about One o'clock in the Afternoon; the Court of Lord Maydr, Aldermen, and Committee of Council, went in a grand Proceffion to Kenfington,and preicntei his Royal Highnefs the Duke or Cumberland with the Freedom of this City in a Gold Box, on which was ctr-rioufly engrav'd the Arms of the City of London ; and his Royal Jlighnefs received the Compliment with that good Nature, for which he is particularly remarkable. The Lords of Seflion in Scotland, are ordei'd by the Hc^fe of Peers, to prepare a Bill^againft the ending "rT T ; 1  rS,'    Sefiions of Parhament for taking off and layin^ajjde the They followed our Men to their Camp, Vaffal that are Subject to divefs Perfow^rDiftlai-.1 Trips giving Orders to attack them, the   _ .  A^i^ iwil- tunno^     ;^ fi� when General Trips giving < 1 Huflars ef Kalnocky, finding that the Enemy were : pofted in a Hollow Way, furrounded them, and throwing 1 themfelves in upQh them at two Places at once* they mide 1 fo great a Slaughter, in Spite of am obftinate Refinance, ' that only three of the whole Detachment were left alive, ' and they being Deferters, were conducted to the Camp ( to receive their proper Reward. The Huflars had a great ' many Men and Horfes wounded on this Occafion. . * A Body of abooj 8csoo of the Enemy having advanced * on the 4th in the Morning towards Otomont, where Ge-' neral Baronai then was, this General caufed them to be ' in Front during their March, by the Regiments of Ghi- * lani and Gelemay, while the advanced Detachments of * his Corps amufed him by moving different Ways, Ka-' roli's Regiment remained Upon an Eminence to fupport ( the two former in Conjun&ion with General Trips: but ' the latter could not join them .till towards the End of the ' Action, when the Enemy were repulfed more than a * League to their Infantry, which lay in Ambufcade in a ' very advantagious Poft. . The Infantry began to canno-� nade^General Trij� at his Approach, with; their two ' Pieces but our Generals being then joined to attack die * Enemy, the latter were diflddged. We cannot tell cer-' tainly tie Enemy vs L06 on this Occafion; but we have   1 oco Men when the Attack begun. Hague, Aug. 11. By the frelheft Advices from the Allied Army, we hear, that it encamped on the 7 th Inftant in the Neighbourhood of St. Dennis, at the Diftanceof only half a League from M. Saxe, whofe Camp is now at Gemblours. This General feeras to have no other Defign but to fecure a favourable Pofition till the Frsnch Kmg arrives. LONDON. They write front Amfterdam of the 12th, thai the Hamburgh "Poft haft that Mornings brought m foms Letters which mention the" Death of the King of Denmark on die 6th Inftant, N.S. TheTrebth King has difpofed of the Archlsifhonrickof Paris in Favour of the Archbifltop of Vienne, Mi ae, Beaumont de. Repaire. According^to feveral Letters from Holland, the Ina&iwty of the two Armies is owing to the Advances making to-� wardVat Peace. - on in Scotland they being thought, as it Has' plainly ap-pear'd, (not only now, but heretofore) to be of ffl Confe-quence. Yefterday eight Men out of each Company were drf-charg^d on the Parade in St. James's Park, belonging to the third Regiment of Foot Guards. Yefterday bis Grate tie Duke of Kingfton; fct out from his Houfe in Arlington-Street, for h^ Seat in Not-tinghamihire, for the remainder part of the Summer Sea-fon. The Corpfe of the Lady of Sir John Cope, is carried Out of Town in great Funeral Pomp and Solemnity, fit Order to be interr'd at Hanwell in Oxfordfttire. On Sunday laft died at Tunbridge in Kent, Aged: 70;-' the Reverend Mr. Spencer, feveral Years Mafter of the' Grafmmar School there, which Place he refigned jfbmtf time fince on Account of his Age. Yefttfrday was played the great Match at Cricket, fo' long talk'd of, in the Artillery-Ground, between Loitfg ^ Robin, John Bryant, and Jo. Harris j againft Stephen Dmgate, Va). Romney/ and Dick Newland, whicbl&wis ^ won by the latter. There were prefent feveral Perfons of Quality and DiftincVion,' and confiderable Sums of Money were won and loft. Extras of a Letter frdm Bourdtaux, July 30. * People here fpeak very much of Peace. On Tuefday htft we were'alarm'd with great Cannonading,"(the firft  � Hoftile Noife I have heard in the many Years f h�ve ' lived here) which, by fix French Sailors finceTSrrnfd . w" ' here, we are toldjprbcifteded from'a derperate:'&iga|;ei ' ment between an Englifh Privateer, and one belonging  O 4 to Bayonneof 3^0 Guns, which laft funk, and only the  *� J * above five wert faved.-:-^-This appears to be die Ship which the Warren Gaily Privateer engaged; as lately men* tioned. Letter frm Dower, Auguji �I hear that Captain Owen of the Carlifle Privateer * finding French Property very fcarce at Sea, and hard to> � be prov'd fo when they laid hold of    refolved tomato * a Defcent in Frince, to bWngfaway Iwhething that wasr � indifputably lb > far which Purpofe he fenta Number of, * his'Hands afttore,- who brought off 14 Bullocks, jt 3 of � which they have put on Shore in Romney MarJh^in,�i� � der Co fatteh on EngUfti Pafture.* / BxtraS of a Letter frm Bitladilfhiai Jtau �7^;.. ? * Our whole Continent is now very bufy raifing CtQtffc * againft Quebec, the Capitai-City of Canada r andwtf eJupecVi 0,000 American Forces wiHtje-in Majrchjaljaiofli them by the- jft^' of Auguft;rwhickwidtthe^ooqex-pefted from Emjland,^ will we hope reduce that Country to die Obedience of his Majefty, and be of iafiaite-JSectt^ p4 I * tfey to the: other American Gpjpnies.' ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's C(if 3Z-Uovithiftv Lombard-Street. 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