General Advertiser, August 25, 1746

General Advertiser

August 25, 1746

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 25, 1846, London, Middlesex U b. M O N D AT, August 2$, 1741 Vtal, Augnfi 23. AIL'D his Majefty** SIdop Swan ) to the Weftward j and the Falmouth; and Seahorft for the Ri-r ver. Remain thepanther ArmVij; Teflel, the-JnduftJry, Enowlerj! Bridget, Daven YiMaro, Mercer;; i Tring GaHy, Dprnford i and! pretty pQlly,IU>$iqis, for Oporto jf , and Boulter, AUen, for LsboB;; "WindKE.. .' The Phitly, Hodgfon, from Jamaica, at BriftoL i The L*ootfa*&wyaier; and Swan, Kennedy, from Bri-ftol, atGuiney. .�... The William/Oaxpn, frop Cork, at Philadelphia. L'0*N. 15 ON. From the; London Gazette. Vienna, Augufi xj\ Count 17, ^y>. L-oant i^iuguone, proceeded, by 12 Poftilioos" and foi^r Pofl-maftets, arrorejlhere Yefter-day with the News of Vfecon4 Vi^pnr pj�tajp'4 by the Auftrians in the Neighbourhood of Placentia, of which he gave the following Account, viz. The Imperial Army, near Placentia having received Advices from the King off Sardinia, of his Msjefty's having paffed tj>e Lambro with; his Army, and oC the �nemy*s remaining in their foxnftjj Pounon on the Yaid River, ami that haMajefty intended taj attack them there in two Days Time, ftfong Detachment! were immediately fent og� the Po, and to-the Adda, to har-rafs them at the famefune that his Mirjefty flwuW begin, the Attack. But earr^'on the 9th thofe petariiments gave Notice, that the ^ep>y:, had joined all dSeurVeflels upon ,the ^together, jra ami- ffc� provided with Parapets, and loaded with Grenadiers, and were bufy in making of Brid-! ges:with them>:which,w�|eaccordingJx^^^ �nfHch| Manner, that their whole (Amy begin jo ptfs over themj the feme Pay, $ Hopes ;cf reaching/heS$fde$a Jmper-ceiv'd, and of continuing {$|eir March unmolefted toward^ Tortobi. This catifed the- two Dctac|>rt|j^pn* the Up* ^per Po, under Genera! Serbelloni arid Gorani,%tb poft themfelves in fqch a Manner, that they mig^tiiarrowJy ebferve ia%d harrais the Enemy; in Cafe they fhould be fuppoWed .by^Arniy. afleaVih. Conference of which we perceived . thejj fridges iieajr plicenlia, which were filled with Bombs, at alio their Tete tie Pohti to blow up. As the Enemy; codd not ik thofe Cireomftance* go back again, they refoU ved to employ their tohole Strength in recovering the Caffine which we hid taken from them: In order to which; their Troops were obliged to defile before a Battery of, 24 Pieces of Gannon {which we had erected; where - they Meted exaemety from the Cartridge Shot with which thofe Guns were {charged j but ho^e^er, by their Numbers they-re-covered), the (aidPoft on the Road. But we having planted, oof heavy Artillery on an Eminence commanding tha$ Caffine," foon took;it again ; after which theEnemycon? taaed the Battlfiwich great Obitfnacy til] Three in th$ Afternoon, when #e drove them over the River Tidone, We took from ttem feitieP^eces of heavy Cannon, and 11 Colors and Sjth&rds. Birring the Action the Enemy dieted, fome jCompantes of Grenadiers towards the Strar delta, in oader to take Poft tnere. His Sardinian Majefty, ttbonN an Officer off Bernclau's Regiment is arrived, who brings Advicrof che> Surrender of Placentia with between 6 and 7000 fick and| wounded Men, who, with 600 in Healdit are made Pri4  fonersof War. And'that there were befides confiderable Magazines of all ^ortsj and about So Pieces of Cannon found in the Place. - ' Vienna, Augufi 20. General Neuhaus u expeded here To-morrow wita a full Detale of the late Action upon the Tidoiej and of the Surrender of Placentia. The Infant is foppofed tohavegptfe off during the Action, and tbatan the Night bet ween the. loth and nth, asibmefay, or or* the iith as others affirm. The Enemy made the beft of their Way thra* the lowerGrounds to the Strade&i' awT from thence, wiAttot halting to Voghera { fo that it is not. to be doubted^1 fctarjtbey art ttrrived at Tortona� totb.& Number, as Count Caftigtiona imagines, of about i S.ocflF Men. The French, who were the firft to retire from_ the. Field of Battle, left behind them fivePairof Colours, and. one Standard. M. Botta's Army was not in a Condition; to follow till the 14th Infbjht, Cor Want of Provifions and Cartidges. The Kintf of Sardinia's Army was advanced by_ PaviH, and his Ma^fty had already honoured M. Botta: with a moft gracious Letter, and appointed ah Interview; with that General, between the Teffin and the Olona, in order to their concerting farther Meafures. It is generally: thought here, that if they march infiantly with their united Forces upon the Enemy at Tortona, the latter will not ftay, even under the Cftnnon of that Place. Efcjhty-three; Pieces of great Cannon, 33 Mortars, Ammunition fuffi-: cient for two Sieges, arid Provifions for a Month, are fiud to have been found in Placentia. . Canj> at Bcurdbk, Atigajt 20, N.S. On�he 14th Inft. about Five in the Morning, the Prince of'Conti's * was feen in full March within a Quarter of a Mile and filing behindthe Grand Army; whereupon havii tached fome Htmars and a few Dragoens^ wha Captain, two Subaltern*, and 50 Menof the Biing'a meht, and fomeother Officers and Men Prifonets, informed by thenr, rhatlhe Prince of Conti'* C01. wa&beforeon the Right Of their Army, was now beyond General Lowendahl's, and made the I that their Grand Army was, to mwrrii H Snrrnthaf in order to attack us betweeo rVwu> and ftaioelies'. Up on this, Orders were .given to be in Readineb at Break of Bay, and about Six in the Morning; the 1 jth Inftant, all the Enemy's Army, except I^wettdahl's Corps, were feen moving towards us in fi* Column*, two between Argenfon and Penvifs, and four between Perwifs and Boneff. The Corps under Count Daun was immediately ordered to march, and obferve the Prince of Conti, and the Corps de Referve (except two Regiments of Imperial Dragoons) was left with. General Trips to fupport him, and about Ten thefocond Line was alio ordered to march, and take Poflef-fion of Boneff, and all the Villages along the Mehaigne, where there was a deal of Cannonading, and Mufket-motj and General Baronai was pofted there to fupport the Grenadiers and a Detachment which had taken Pofleflion of the the Village, and hacFGuards within too Yards of the Enemy's Camp: All our Picquets were pofted upon the Mehaigne, ana had ordered their Cavalry to leave every thing behind but their Cloaks, and the Foot their &napiaeks,bu( they contented themfelves with. Cannonading. QQ th.5 t8th, and firing upon oar. advanced Pofts, which was returned^ them ; and the next Morning/ the 19th, they marched be-, fore Day by their Left to take the Camp of fireff. Abouf Noon ceruin Advice came, tfeat the whole French Army hadalmoft reach'd theHeight of Perwift. General Trips* with his. Corps and two Pieces of Cannon, made feveral Attacks upon their Rear-Guard, and the Pandpurs, with two Pieces of Cannon which they dragged along, with them, did great Execution. The; Enemy in the Amur of Yefler? day loft about 600 Men killed, and zch) Prifohe/s. They took the Camp of Breff, and we This, over againft them, from Falais all along, the River. Matflricbt, Ajtgujl 24, tf.S. The French have taken Poft at Huy, wJberethe Hofpitals of the Allied Army werej and have 2000 Men in the Suburbs of Liege. Hhue^)% Bphilip^ tma private Embaffy.tft.Pari?*.and a little bo�re,-tbe Deatho^ that Pnsceappointedtomake a Diver Juan ia the Domtnioos of the King of Sgrjdtoia^ to d^CgppFJoridOj whpigto^ replace % a coniidera- from this dje Prince de Cam ble Poft at Madrid Hagi^ for Bois-le-due, did opt take that Journey, as was at firft reported, on Account of any Advices from the Army, b^oaty to, be pre^ntat jtheMarriage of his eideft Daughter, wbich; was thereto be folemijized.--^ Per fin in a ^l^mCiifraQjfr fa^ut at tbh %im>flxit% 'without ka-J9mtpiHHcai ConfiruSim put upon bit Motions. The King ef Spain c�ntimies gradually to change his Miajft^Ki withott^pxecibitating any Thing, acd a very ftsi^�ye � kep^.oyef all thofe who enjb��jd a large Stare o� Po^ver h> the hue Rpkm. His Catholic Majefty is faid to ha^received an ^uwef to the Letter he fent to the Kingof Sardiniaj and that he feems extremely well fetis-fied with the Content of ib By brivate LfetterS from Madrid we are jnfbrm'd, that immediately after the Ceremony of the Coronation of Ferdinand VI. (on the nth Inft. N.S.) bis Majefty ad-Irefed himfelf to the Nobles prefent in the following ex* 8" Jl^ ntble lords! and great, goaitifcnl  Be afluredj the whole future Bufinef* of my Life (hall * tend; with the Anlftance of the Almighty, -to the pro*  moting the'Hondur aod HappioifaV Spain, and the � Weftate of my Cdantrymen. I flail fet out with a � hearty Endeavour to terminate as, foon as poffiWe* tne � pTefbut siin^^-^raBblfei^ .MSmkMJSL^. w-------------- - �j ftl kHVlW  Kingdoms, I truft, will not be inconfiftent with the Glory  of Spain, or appear in your Eyes unworthy the high ' Dignity this Day confummated. On Satardaylaft the Right Hon, the Lord Chief Juftice Willes {at at St. Margaret's hill, Southward, and the Grand Jury found Bills againft the following Perfons, (after which the Clerk of the Crown iofjrm'd them that they flood indicted of High Treafon, and that Copies of their Indicl-mentftwuld be delivered to them in due time, that they migbt be prepared to make their Defence) viz. 1. Sir John W^dderbnirh, Collector of Excife for the Pretender, and Volunteer in Ogilvie's Regiment. 2, Sir John Kinloch, Lieut. Col. in Ogilvie's fecond Battalion. ... 3: Alexander Kinloch, Captain in ditto. 4. Charles Kinloch, Captain in dittoi 5i Nicholas Glafcoe, Major ill ditto. He was the Per-fon who rais'd the Battery at the Hazard Sloop, (Captain HiB Commander) and took her. 6. Roderic M'Kenzie> Lieut, in the Earl of Cromartie's ineot. , ' ''. "71 Thomas Watfon, ^nfiga in OgtIvie*s Regiment. 8. James Rattray, Major in the Duke of Athol's Re-gimenti 9� Andrew Hood, Captain m Roy Srewart*s Regiment. 10. Alan Cameron, Captain in LocttefrRegiment, i 1. Colin M'Kenae, Captain in Cnnitar^S%'Reg>ment. 12. Francis Faro^dharTonj Colonel of hu^owii .Regiment. . r u." 13. Johtii Farqnaharfoh, Captain in'ditto;,'' 14. Henry Kerr^ Cblonelj and Aib^de.Cafirp'to. the Pretender. ' . 'v. f ' i-i Alexander M'Lochlin, Major Jn Tullibardin's Re* giment., � -. :zJ'. ' 16. James BradQitw, Captain in the MawheBer Regi-. ment. Late a Warehbttfeman ia JLondoVi.:; r 17. James Stewart, Major m the Dake of^ertVs. Re* g^ent. It is |dd he was Steward to the Ui#e. Cf Perth. f 19. tS&ar M^rtehzle, stnfign in Cronntttfe^l Regn^ent. 20,;Roderich M'Cli*a; Captain inditt�%: jA. D V E RT ISEME.NTS are taken in tor this Paper, at Lloyd's C

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