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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 4, 1846, London, Middlesex                                f JH tJ R S D A Y,  September 4,   1746. Beat, SefUtnbet 2. itilS Vfoftiing pdtf&ack theO�t-ward-bound Ships* and feveraf Coafters; and Mnainwkfc his Msrjefty*? Sre^ Brft&eli, aid tte OweVs fV&fc   CMe doWjt tie Ifafc and jEfi^eth, Matthews, IttlWWttiu Wind S.W. jBtavefe�J% Sept. z.  Pafs'dby. Maryfand Mcrcliane, Marchint, from Virginia ; Hdntef, Hate, from Belvidere j St. Andrew; F&dJkb), from Norway j and Andrew, -, from Gottenburgh. Yalmoath) Aug. 30. . Arrived the Phojtfix, Clark, &om London, for the Weft-Indies j and Friendship, Roberts, from Leyerpool.  Sailed William aha JajW, Hacking, for* Barbados. Bool, Stpi. r. S^iftd, the Providence* Thomas and Elizabeth, and the MUfbrd, all for London* Plymouth, Aug. 31. Since my laft came in the Nathaniel j Hunter \ Willja* and John, Perry i Stittie, Hancock ; Cornelius and Harwobd, H&wobdj and Mary, Roberts, all from Liverpool, for London. Alfo Admiral Anfon, in the Yarmouth, with "the Kent, Captain, Pcrt-land� Lynn, Amazon, and Scipio Firefeip from Spithead. The Mahone Man of War from a Cruize, Admiral Le-ftock with the Fleet remaihs.  Wihd N.W. The Antitope, Hymam, from London; and London, Porter, from Belfalt, are arrived at New-York. The London Merchant, Reynolds j Parnaffus, Johnfon ; and William, Glandeny, from London, were well at St. Kitts on the 23d of June. TheWilliajf and Anne, Written ; and; Little George, Lundin, from St. Kitfs ; and Charming Catherine!, Perkins, from Nevis, at Scarborough. The Mary, Barrow i Seaffower, Dodfon j Hope, Roper; and Manchefter, Holmes, from Riga, at Litncafter. The Queentf Hnirgafy, Fowler ; aiid Aripe, Atkinfort, from Barbadoes; and the Trafford, Goad, from Maryland, at Leverpoal. The Lady Anne, Ramley, from Hull, at Bremen, with the Convoy. . St. Paul, Kioppenburgh, from Hamburgh, in the River. Yefterday arrived the Mails from Hollaitd. Genom, du%. 20. Every Body here is in great Agitation Qpoii the Approadfl-of the Auft'nanand PiedmoBtefe Army and the Apprehension we are under that the Marquis de 1; s ; Mirias will draw off the Spaniards.   The Infant, it is thought, will make but a very mort Stay here.   We are; doing all fnOur "Pfewers'to' reinforce the Arrriy of the Three f Crowns, having lent away all our Soldiers except the Palace Guard, and the Militia.  The "Spaniards have been abb to affemble but very frnall Reinforcements, and "our 5 Accounts of the French* drat are coming from' Provence di-t inilh by every Report. From the Sardinian Quarters at Rh)a\to, Aug.'-zt., The Avant Guard of the Arjny, comnnanded by Count Brown,t is compofed of 17 Battalions, aU the Grenadiers tharwere*j upon the Lambro, the Carbineers Horfe^afid Foe*, 3/Re' gimentsof Cavalry, andoaeof Htrffare, with federal General Officers.  Thit Cjrfps-his been- joined by Nadafti's, onfiftingof alTthtHnflars, Waxafdms, and: Sclavoruaos/! befides to Compares of Grer^diers,'arid 4tio German Horfefrom General'|ot#VDivifion..'    ., . . ',< Upon their Arrixalat; Bpate Ceronaltey found -a Detachment of the E-nemy, whom they diflodg^,* ntaking too Prifeners/wiWi Loft of 7 Hoi'Sr Wlted, arid7? Huffars wounded. Wlie^lhej c^e'toWrN<-ighbcwhood, of Bafta l'Acqua, ark � y.QlU;P�cVof:<^b%^Bg&rcreded opon a fB)alTEajner^"by"w'lJjch they we're to pafs. By the Way Count Brown caafed the Caflle of Rivalta to" be attacked, and took Prifoners in it 6o� French*, with 22 Officers. When he arrwed at Novi, he fent into the City 10 Companies of Grenadiers. Mean while the Enemy* to fecure, at much u� pcflible, their Retreat to Gavi in (he State of Genoa, left a. Body of Troops ia the City and Caflle of Serravalle, which Count Brown osdered to be! attack*d^ The Prisoners made in the City were about f 00, and in ffie Caffife 25b, mofi of �hem Genocfe, and the reft French, with the Marquis de Spinola their Commander, A Detachment fent towards Gavi was obHged toretom, having found all the Avenues choak'd up by the Catting down of Trees. A Body of 400 Volunteers however undertook to remove all ObSades, in which, we believe, they have fucceeded.   Bottaj at a Council of War held Yefter-4ay before the King. It is reported, that a Refolution was therein taken to leave only a lew Troops to block up Tor-tona, and with the Relt of the Army to penetrate into the State of Genoa, befiege Gavi, and then march directly to Genoa itfelf. We are affured, that Count Brown will fetout To-morrow from Novi, the Inhabitants'of which Plate were obliged to pay large Contributions to our Van-Guard. Mant$tat Augt ib. We hear that the Garrifon of Tori tena (urrender'd Prifoners of War on the 23d, and that die Spaniards were actually embarking their Effects at Gefaoa, for which purpofe they employ the two Gallies that laft arrived there, and all the Veffels they can lay their Hands on. The Generals Brown and Nadaili are already arrived before Gavi with Part of the Array. Venice, A*g. 27. Letters from the Army of the three Crowns advife, that the Marquis de las Mmas, when he took on him the Command of the Spaniards, paid the Infant Don Philip only this ftiort Compliment, * Sir, If ' in the Campaign which I had before the Honour to � make under your Royal Highnefs, I had not the good 1 fortune to pleafeyou, I will endeavour for the future � to merit ycrar ProtecTaom' As the faid Army has done nothing but retire towards Genoa "fines the Arrival of the faid Generals* we are affured that after the End of this Month oar Bankers will make no more Remittances to it. Brails, Sep. 5. The Hofpitals of this City are full of Sick and Wounded, and we were obliged Yefterday to fend, away to Ghent 20 Waggons loaded with fuch as-could bear moving, to make room for others that are expe&ed from the Army.  According to the laft Advices from the faid Army, the 3d and-^th Column pafs'd the Mehaigne tte lit intiant, with 20 Pieces of Cannon, and are in Pofleffion of the fame Camp that the Allies had between Volers and Bohet.   TheMardh of the Allies towards Modave having occafioned a Council of War to beheld on the 2d in the Morning, it was refolved to lay Siege to Namur, with 61 Battalions, and 47 Squadrons, commanded by Count de Clermont, who is to have ui-er him Count Lowendahl, � 7- other Lieutenant' Generals, and '2 3 Marlhal de Camps, 'while Marflial de Saxe covers the Siege with the reft of the Afmy. The Marqrfefs de Contades commands at Huy, and the Couftt deClermtmt*Gallerande on the Side of Liege. This News feems to have been confirmed by the Orders ' tfiat have been given' to get the heavy Artillery that is. heie � ; in Readrnefs to fet our as foon as that expected from Tour-? nay iff 'arrived.  Theiatter, which will be iere To^Day or To-morrow^ cenfiih of Fifty 24 Pounden/and^c Mortars, arid Will form, in Conjunftion with what we have 1 here, -a Train Of 13b Pieces.   It is alfo to be joined by all "that was employed in 4he" Siege of Charlerby. Brjijfeh, ept.xt: TJfc. French Army made a March tovvaidsMaeftrtchtradd'PYiriceXharlesbh diecth, caufed !a Bridge to be thrown ^ver the Maefe, by which 10,000 Toot, and 40oci"Drag^6i& arid Huffanjpaf&d  aw near us, and within three Da;;s this Army, reduced to only 25000 Men, extends from Vottagio, (6 Leagues from Genoa) to Ponteferio: The Horfe to get SobMance, are encamped at Betagno, a Suburb of Genoa. Meffieurs de  ages and Caltellar, who are recalled by the Court of Spain, have been this Week paft at Su Peter d* Arena, a Suburb alfo of Genoa. M. de Maillebois, who brings up the Rear-Guard, is at Voltagio i and the Germans extend from Gavi to Novi^ which, is but 1 o, Leagues from Genoa. * They have already made themferves Maflers of the ' City of Tortona, and perhaps by this Time have got ' the Caftlej in Which the Spaniards are faid to have left ' 2000 Men. Vffaz this kout think whatConfternation � we were in h.e>e? The;fight of the Sick and Wounded* * which within a Week patt have appeaVd h our Neigh-� bourhood is ihocking.   The Lazaretto is full of difebled * Men* and ye: it contains above 2000. ...... < The Monks in the City have been obliged to abrade* 'their Convents, that they may be taroed toHofpitakj * And, in a Word, to feeajl the Equipages that have af-< rived .from the Araiy within two Days paft, one would 4 have thought the*Ge�nans wete at our Gates. All the* 4 City was in a terrible Diforder* and foil of Mules, 4 Horfesand E v which came in.ataU.the Avenues * of the Streets. The Officers did ntrt know where to *.lodge, and the Magiftrates were obliged to double the 4 Guards of the Gates, and refefe Entrance to all Officer* ' and S rangers wiiatfoever. Only the General Officer* 4 have, leave to.enter theCny > the reft;--a>e
                            

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