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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 18, 1846, London, Middlesex                                NuAi b. 3687; Kitts. De$!r Avguft 16. EMA1N in the Downs the Pan' ther Arn�*d Veflel; and the Out ward-bound Ships, as in my lafij with the Boulter, Allen, for Lis bon ; and the Charming Betty, White, for Dublin. Wind S.W. The Francis, Dickenfon, is arrived at Philadelphia. The Elizabeth, Wirfon, at St. Since our laft arrived the Mail from Holland. Madrid, Aug. 1. A Courier, which arrived to the Bi-ihopof Rennc*onthe 28th paft, brought him the News of the DauphindVt Death, which he immediately communicated te the King and Queen, who feeraed very much af-feftcd therewith. M. de Rennes went afterwards and told the Queen-Dowager that the faid Brincefs was in extftme Danger, in order to prepare her for the News of her Death. This was communicated the next Day by the Marquis de Villarias, Secretary of State ; but did not make the Impreffion that was expe&ad. Her Majefty on ly anfwered, with a Flood of Tears, � That the Lofs of! ' the King her Hufband had fo afflicted her, that all other ' Lofles Sie could fuftain, let them be etherwife ever fo * great, would appear as nothing'to her. The Court and. City feem to be in* a Manner more affefted with the Lofs of the Dauphinefs than that cf the Kiiig, her Royal Highnefs being greatly beloved here in general. The Workmen are buiy Day and Night to prepare for the Coronation, which is fixed for the 1 ith Inftarit. That Day and the." following the Court will go out of burning, which will be-refum'd for fix Months, and then renewed for three MonrJbs_ longer on Account of the Dauphinefs. To-morrow the) Queen Dowager is to leave Buen-Retiro and take Poffeffionj of the Palace" prepared for her Reception, together with, the Cardinal Infant and the Infanta Maria- Antonietta- Bud Madam of France with the Infenta her Daughter will remain at Buen-Retko with their Majefties. Count de Ma-; ceda, appointed Governor of Madwd, is expected here the. Day after To-morrow. Hague, Aug. 21. Barqn Reifchab, Envoy Ej^o^dlfcara from their Imperial Majefties, and Mr. Trevor, the Br^h| Plenipotentiary, received each of them a Courier froraf London, which were fent forwards immediately for Vierm^ ind Hanover. Ytefterday an �jfp'ref5 arrived alfo from Pa* ri.% with Difpatcfaes from Mem Waflenaer and Qilles^ The Report isg^nerali that the Courts of Vienna, LoBdonJ and Versailles have agreed with the Republic to fend Mini-iters to Breda, irt order to come toari&ndeiftandingttpbn tb^retiinmarie6.&r ri^e holding of a jjeneral Congrefs* awl ia orde* .to-fix jhf moft coavenientPlace for holding tha| AncmWy. Iris to theiVpacific Difpefitions theRetreatof theFreftch Arrrfy in-Flanders is aiJribu'tcd. There iri private* Att/i&s;; Mpw'ettr From- Farfo, which affofr, thaf the Prince of Canapo Fierido has^gnified to the French! Miniftry? that the King his Mafter5 has defired his Mofll Chriftian Majefty to march 17 Battalions more into Italy! without "Delay, Time will ftiew us where the Truth Hes; I� the mean while; it is certain that: Baron Wafner is go� to fet oat from London, in order to uipport Mr. KeMe'f Negotiations at Lifbon. According to the Letters-from Munich, the ferftGoKimnof Bavarian Troops deftinVifof the Service of ihe Maritime Powers, ,conld.not begin t<$ march on the loth, accordiog to the Orders giY9n*.be? taefe the1 Undertaken had- notgot r^ady the. Proviiipnsj and other NeceiSaaesi ;,4wt it was fitpeQfiA theVwouJd/ef forwards on the-18A for the Low ,Gojifl&lkfr They writ| from Revel, that the Court of RuuW after having made feme (hort Stay these, wasfet oototi itSnRetuiafor Peterfl ^'hurgh, without-vifteing Riga } at*dUba4th Troops conti* nae to canton and encampabOUtithe. laft pjefltioned Ctty. From the London, Gaisette. Peterjburgh, July 19, OS.* Otf Wed&fday laft, the 16th IMant, General Bredlach, Miniftec, from Vienna^ ^ving received a mpft graciousInvitation -from the1 Ernf-Fefs to come to &evef, fet out irinierliatety for that Place.: and Baron Holftein, thd Danjlh'ArrtbafTador, -fet   fetvtry, which will defend itfelf accordingto the new "Ex-, sercife. The Gendarmes are buying Hories for the fame \ ^rpofe, and the Corps cf Humeri is to be aflfembkd. The King feturn'd On fhe nth Inftan't in the Morning 1 from Sikfia. M. Czerhichow intends to fet out Tb-roor-row for England, being appointed to reiflde there as Muu* fter from the Emprefe of RuHia. Camp at Filer, Aug.x-j. N.Sl Advice is juft brought from Marlhal Bathiani's Quarters, that the Enemy, who have been for three Days paft in continual Motion, are advancing towards us, which gives us Reafon to expect, a general Engagement very foon. We have lately had good Succefsin our Skirmifhes. Some Days .ago two Squadrons of French Horfe, with the Lieutenant Colonel and feven Officers, were made Prifoners, and. the greateft Part oFEg-mont's Dragoons cut to Pieces, and 14. Queers of that Regiment taken. Yefterday Morning there was a fmart Engagement on our Left, in which our Irregulars and Free Companies killed and took Prifoners ieyeral of the Enemy, with the Lofs only of two. Men on our Side. Lord Garmck, who is Aid de Camp to Lord Craufurd, was Yellerday mif-taken for a Frenchman by our Huffars, who fired at him: In endeavouring to efcape from thehl he fell into the Enemies Hands, and Was carried before Marfhal Saxe, who immediately relealed him. Hague, Aug. 19. N.S. Letters of the 16th from the Camp of the Allied Army near Namur inform us, that Marital Saxe, after having fent off a large Detachment on the 13 th Initant, had the next .pay broken up his CainpJ and marched to the Left, whereupon, our Army made a Motion to the Right towards the Mehaigne, by the Way. which leads by Tourine les B^uihes to St. Tron and Ton-gres. A Courier from the jfang of Sardinia to his Miniiler here, who left that Prince'sHead Quarters on the 9th inft., N.S. brings Advice, that his Sardinian Majeily hadpaffed the Lambro at the Head of his own Troops, and Count B.own's Detachment, and diflodged the Enemy from all their Pods upon that River, as low as Hofpidaletto, and that M. de Gages had likewife abandoned Lodi and Codog-no, and was drawing his whole Force together en the Po, over-againft Placentia, and throwing up Intrenchmenti to: guard his Bridges of Communication with that Place, into which it was thought that he would foon be oblig'd to retire. The Report of the Infant's having left the Army is not confirmed. Hague. Aug. 22, N-S. By oar Advices from the Allied Army ofthe i8thlo0ant, it was thcn.pofted along the Southern Side of the Mehaigne; and, had pafljed all the pre-ceedinz Day uadex Arms, expe4ihg an Attack from thef French, who hadappea'red drawn up in Order of Battle on; the oppofite Side of that River. Maijfhal Saxe did not pu&f his March, at the feriheft, beyond St. Tron, before he^ fae'd about, and. drew up to the North Side ofthe Me-i haigne. Brigadier General Houghton, with the Regiment* of Wolf, Pulteneyvaad Sempil^ pafs'd.by Helyoetffuyslailf Saturday on their. V"7ay frbmLeith to Willemftadt, where they arrived the fame Nfght. Hague, Aug. 23- By Letters from the Army of the 20th inftant, M. Saxe had advanced* his Left, as Prfncei Charles had his Right, lower down', the: Mehaigne*. th former having hJSj Head Quarters at Hennuye� W th latter his at Bordenes. The Report ofcMar^al-Saxe's.bfiii^ declared Generaliffimp, is now as coahxiendy contradicted, as it was lately affirmed ,* andicis reprefcnted only^asianl Expedient which the, French King had once entermde(| Thoughts of, for porting an End to the Comeft between that General and the Prince of Contij butwftichhasfalle^ to theGround by the htter's withdrawing ^fmWf from th Army.  Letters of the 15th from Italy nientioh, that fh King of Sardine was then repaffiag the: Po, and Genera Botta:had- advanced to Caftel- Si.-Giovanni.  The poo| Remains of the French and Spaniards �tere faidjto hav| fled: beyond Tortona, abandoning their Baggage and Artil* lcry in their predfitate Retreat. f From the LondonGazette Extraordinary. WhitehaJJ, Augift 1,^ 5746. Teflerday in tht' � nr> H E Morons bf the. King of Sardinia,' with a co^-Jf fiderable Body oTthe Af my onllje'. other Side of.tn|s PoThawngobiigjed.tbe Em^JW^wm. ^o�^Jr tfte|r'. Pofts 0/ Mirjgnatjo, Lody^ Chignflp, St..Coiamban|,' arfiethers which. th.ey had -betwe^a ^.Lambro ahd thje Adda; and to draw^earer to ^ir.Iatreneiimfents at Placentia and upon the Po, de^Fmined' thiem atlaft to takeja defpie'rate Reforijfipn,- fttSr was that of palfeig"-th& ?pt in order to attempt a Retreat towards Tortona. For tha* Purpofe they drew down their Boats which they had apon the Lambro, and brought up the. Po, thofe which they had at Placentia, and with them laid two Bridges over the Po, between the Mouth of the Lambro, and that of the Tidone, near the Caffines called la Com di St. Andrea. They were finrfhedthepthin the Evening, and their feveral Bodies, Which had been potted at different Places, being drawn together at the faid Bridges, the Army began to pais over them that fame Evening, and all the Night between the 9th and 10th. General Botta having Notice, from the Parties which patrolled along the Po, of the laying 'of the faid Bridges, and that the Enemy had began to pais over themi detaahed on the 9th, about Six of the Clock in the Evening, General Count Serbelloni, with a Body of between 6 and 7000 Men, who marched with all poffible Expedition. The faid General met on the r\oad Major General Count Gorani; who not having been able to make Head againft the Enemies that had already palled, was returning .ith his Detachment', and another of 300 of our Horie and Dragoons, commanded by the Chevalier Orechiai Major of the Dragoons of PiedmoBt.   They joined General Serbelloni, and returned to the Enemy's Bridges, where being   v^ ranged in Order of Battle; they began to engage, and  lLj tnaiatained their Ground with that fmall Body till Ten the  ^ next Morning, when General Botta, who had marched at Midnight with all the regular Troops; arrived upon the Tidone.   Then the Battle was renewed with much more Fury, and lafted till Four in the Afternoon.   The Enemy retiring in great Diforder, and breaking in one upon another  ^ the Slaughter was very great, and efyecially of the French.   , , The Auttrians loft on their Side between % and 4000 Men,   M amongft whoih General Bernclau was left dead upon the Field of Battle, uriiverfallv lamented.  General Patlavic.ni was wounded on the Heaa, Serbelloni in the I h.gh, Gorani in one Hand, Fochter in the Knee, and Andlau was like-wife wounded:  There are feveral more Officers killed or wounded, particularly amongft the Foot, who have fuffer'd the molt. But the. Lofs of the Enemy has-been four Times as �reat.  The Defefters and Prifoners gave out that it exceeds that which they Tuftsin*d at the .Battle of Placentia; but at yet no exact Account can be given of it.  What is certain is>,that_,we have taken, from them. 19 Pieces,'of Cannon, between 60 and 70 Officers, and 900 Soldiers Prifoners, 20 Colours and Standards, nine of which were taken by our. Detachment of Horfe and Dragoons, who began the Attack firft, apd have diuingui(h.*d themielves in -the moft particular Manner.   It is aifured, that the greateft' Part of the Artillery which tie Eftemy had with them, has been thrown into the Por or left in the Bufhes; as well as a great Part of, their Equipages.   The Remainder of their Army ha& taken the Route of Stradella, They have left noliore .than 70001. Men at Placentia to guard theCaftle, and as it is faid, 11000 Sick in the Town, which.is fiU'd with vaftMagazines'. 'T fties; J The Ring^reapQnientfieoeral Brown in aFerry-boat over thePo, to confer with General Botta, and concert: tw5*him^Thi March of; the AVmie^ foj; the Purfuit of the Etoeihy, and td fettle what Body ihoold, remain ih order to 3 thfc Redbclibn of Placentia, wjbjehJ^nnpt hold. Q"t l?hg. 1 Hh Majefty ha*' abeady .^^mL^ph Part,, J^or GtSTiifil Bngnerafcpe, with feie- Brigade^ Pfedmqnty to be J�ftYdPtha�  was ever known.  The Enemy's Loft in the Battle is computed to amount to above. 10,900Mffh killed,: wounded, f-and taken Prifoners. The. Maro^aY.Gafca, is-^ihtly wounded in the Leg.  The Day ^f*frAfty�P>Qwia* Nadaft^ wais fent by MarQuis Bot^ to fura.mon ?^cen�a fiwrentler i upott whifh' the Qf%er qammanduig^h�fe,- O < thofe whfchihad.'bpect w^^tn^e./prmeT A^bn of iftk'l&htf |ane,vabau�j9QQO,i whq.a^e id* maoe Prifoher� AD V ERTISE MEN T* are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffbb-Hovss, in Lombard-Street. Cape Breton for Ever.   

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