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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 15, 1846, London, Middlesex                                Numb. 3703; M O N D A Y,   September 15,   17^6. The Hope, Clafe at Philadelphia. The Henry* Dickenfon, tigua. DeaU September 13. AME down laft Night the Indian Queen, Garret^ for Guinea.- ThisMorning his Majeily'sSloops Speedwell and Otter, with about 12 Sail of Tranfports, and all the Outward-bound Ships fail'd to the Weftward. Wind North. J The London^ Young, from Lifbon, is arrived at Briftol. and Unity, Evans, from Jamaica, .fj frQm Philadelphia, at An- Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland. Turin, Sept. 4. The King's March, before he proceeded.' to Cairo, was retarded for fome Time, by a Storm which; {weirdthe Bormida to that Degree, that the Valley along, it was impaffable. Paris, Sept. i6i We areaffured, that a Body of Troops^ will foon be formed upon the Rhine, uqder the Command' of the Prince of Conti. Except upon the Siege of Na-mur, which is represented here as an Affair that will take; up but a little Time, we keep a prrofonnd Silence in regard' to what paffes in Flanders. It is faid, that the City drily* will be taken, and that a Blockade will be left againft the CitadeL in order to reduce it by: Famine. We do not talk more freely about the Affairs of Italy, and only fay that we have no Troops there at prefent. This Silence is owing to the Taking-up Letter-writers and others, who talked too freely upon the Public Concerns, feyeral of whom have been Cent to the.Raftile. We have no certain Account of the Number before; Namur.bcing One, Time told of 20,000 Foot, and 32-Squadrons, 7 Lieutenants-General, and i6Marfbals de, Camp, and another Time of 60 Battalions, 47 Squadrons, and 16 Marfhals de Camp. The Allies, at a Time when we thought they were going to rer tire into the Duchy of Luxembourgh, have found Means to march, by Ways almoft impracticable, to Maeftricht, and fome think if the Siege of Namur goes on, they will fet down before-Antwerp, or fome other of thenewjy* conquered Places. Breda, Sept. 15. The Secretary of the French EmbaJTy arrived laft Night in this City, and the Marquis de Pay*, 'fieux is to follow htm as this Day. The Britifh Ambaffa-dor is alfo expected,, every Thing being _ ready for his file; caption; and leveral of his Dome|Hcks, with other �ngr liflj; are here already.   : � Tranckfortiept. 13. Prince Lobkowitz fet out laft Sunr day. for Vienrfa^/andihe Troops from the Gamp at Son* theim have taken the Road of y Water to Cologne..,' ' Maffitiehtt{jBfpt\ 17. The Day before Yefterday a Body of 6 or 7000 French attack'd a Pofl.of the. Allies near Vi.-fet; The free1 crjfmpanits of the Bake of Cumberland and the Prince of Waldeekj wkh fome-Huffars, madethe Gar1-nlon, (and amounted in;all to 6 or,70p Men,; who defended themfelves bravely,.and. obliged the Fiench to get a'Reinforcement, which increajfep to r 0,000 Men, before they carry'd their Point. This Handful of brave Soldiers ki)led a great Number of Frerjch, who-could not reduce them it laft but by fceavy Artillery : And tyhen~Refiftance was np longer poffiblevaglihtt ifiaeh a great Superiority, and the gallant little Coins was greatly reduced by'tne Length\anH Obftinacy of- the ASion, rather than furrender themfelv|s? Prifoners, they-jumpii into. the-Maefe* and about jop Men of the/two Free Companies; reached the opponte Shore.      .' ,* .. '; '.       ,      ' ! The next Daygeneral Trips ha'd'r\is Revenge, at Ton-gres, where he dif^od.aed, after affiarplfagagement.'aB^-d^of, F*ench.r#fted! thfre, and took" fPoffej&bn pf the^Elace himfelf, th.e EtemVVeyring to'Stijfijia. AH thetAlli^d Array is adVahcei!1h'o^efo�jM^. aW;�f&h6bt rt?&fi$q$:,ty*latterw:"' not wait ibr^hejn^&Mstire behind)WftcM^ajg06....PiW the fiTue of thVSiege of Namur, wfoi^hV i*.-.ve*y batter'd.   ' \-��.aW took 'tz^aPii-* 4wers,.hayitWdnjf f�*&repadfcr? 'The-Fdrf the Duke of Chaulries, who'made Prifoners.,.-.i.,G>$aiB,i i lieutenant; "i-,fiftfi|ni-,'a�d'5b ia^tmeiniTiapl the;Ciry �m^idmy>~i  The Particulars we have received concerning the March of the Bavarian Troops amount to this, viz. 1 hat the Regiment of Guards fet out from Donawert the 1 ft Inftant, and arrived at Afchaffenburgh the 12th ; that the Regiment of Secken-dorff began to march on the 4th; that thofe of Saxe Hild-burghaufen and Reyfing) with the State Major, would begin to move on the 19th ; and finally, that on the 25th, they would be'followed by the Regiments of Envie and Du-ring> and alfo by the Artillery.   ,.f,i From the London fcazette. Veterjburgh, Aug. \ 2. On Sunday laft Baron Nieuhaus, the Bavarian Minifler, had his Audience of Leave of the Emprefs, and is to fet out very foon for his Court. Baron = Mardefelt, the Pruflian Minifter, was likewife to have taken his Leave of her Imperial Majefty, on Sunday lair, but has been prevented by a Fit of the Gout. From the Sardinian Camp at Cairo, Aug. 31, N.S. The Army having halted at Acqui the 26th and 27th, marched from thence on the 28th in the Morning, and arrived in four Marches, having paffed through Boftagno, Spingno and Aldelgo. M. de Botta having required fix Pieces of Cannon more, 32 Pound Ball, to be employed in the Siege of Gavi, his Majefty immediately granted them, and they were to fet out from Alexandria on the 29th. The four firft Pieces of the fame Calibre, and tjie 10 Mortars which were before fent to him, arrived at Novi on the 27th. The Chevalier Radleati^ whom the King iud fent to the Imperial Army to be informed of their Motions, returned hither Yefterday. He reports, that that Army had begun? to move on the 29th, divided into feveral Corps: The firft, confining of 19 Battalions, commanded by Count Brown, had taken'the Route of St.' Chriftophoro, to go from thence to the Bochetta, to diflbdge a Detachment of near 1000 Men, which the Enemy has ftill there : The fe* cond, of 12 Battalions, under, the Command of M. Nch vati, marchedtoJiis Left by the Way of SetravaHe tofe-f cond him : And the third, of fix Battalions, with M. Ga-> .roni at their Head, is advanced thro' Jfola to Arbifolat This laft Column is detached, and. gees diredly to Bh fegno. I Caira% Sept. 2, MS. This Day at >Noon an Ofiicer &ri rived here, difp�6fledl)y the Marquis de Botta to the Kingi with the agreeable News, that Yefterday Morning the;iff Inftant, Count Brown having joined General Novari'i Corps, had attaqked the Pott *of the Bpchetta, defended by 24 Companies of Grenadiers and as many Picquets ^ that after fome Hours Refiftence the Enemy had beendrive^ from three Red^bts/and were eptireryjdifperfedj. leaving four Pieces .of CannQn Six-pounders tor the Imperial Troops. General Brown having made himfelf Matter of the Bochetta,vimmediately pufhed forward, but at about a League's.Diftance from thence, the Enemy affembled#4to�. a fmart Battle ,'enfued, to the Advantage of the Impe* rialifts, who marched diredlly far'!-f^&&":-l>iciino;  wher^ they eoter'd the'iame Evening. Thereis at ptefent a Battery of 22 Pieces of Canrwnand ^Mortars before Gavf, wb'ch.make jf confitiaal Fire. T&e Army, which has halted here two.Days, the Troops feiri^fatigued by the fblir laft Marches, will be put in ffrpriori "immediatelyl iBaronLeotrum hasten ordered to rew^iaeitrjp the Poflfs before ns, and will return this Evening.T' '   \ ,       ! Munich SepfiK/ letters dated^af AWui the'26th of Ai^goft, rN:8^Wrbrjft, us, tHat the Kirteof .ardiaia, wh|> arrived there tWDay before, intended to maVch with his Army, on ^'-27^1 to-Savona, wiilch WoqWiake up fijc .Days, whilftthg Marquis .^e Botta apd^Geniral.Browp J were emplbyed 'in the Siege of tSaVi.'' A%^Her Xettejr Yroni Tortn;df j&etftfx. ftys, that* tHI Prm^ of Lichtei -ftebj whoJ&juf.'.hrflfertb ftn^ai^J2cKi|tjeol4rhOi,ya$ :b far recovered\ .as 19 $e.able to. rejdljlkh^'axrhV, and tefua e his Command.      ' '        ' '      V-'f' ": �'topet^ag^'S^i^^.S. ThirAfternoon the Cou t - comes to Ch^maffierg, a^;Torm(fedw''tfie Mourning f >r m^ate^WinitotbYyn,   :t       ^ \ Berlin, Sehplx?,WS'Ttbe King of fruffia it qxpedids: a quarter of a League from Tongiw, and the Troo under his Command cover the Ground ftom the' Citadel -� that Place to near Bilfemr The Tranches before Namur were opened upon the nth Inftant, at Eight c'Clock ifi the Morning. The Prince de Clermpnt has theDirectiott of the Siege, and. has underiim MeC Segur, Lowendahli, PAutrec, and Veliemur,. with '61 Battaiiohs and 40 Sqttav drons. We have an Accoont this.Morning, that upon the 1 ith the French began to fire upon the Town from ibme Batteries erected on theSj3e of tb% Iron Gate j that their Firing was very terrible and continual, and that they had defiroyed fome Caferns. Maeftricbt* Sept, 14, N.S. Yefterday tie advanced Body of our Army paffed through this Town in order to cover the Paffage of the: Meufe-, which was errefted laft Night upon the Bridges which had been thrown over that River for kthat Parpofe. The Artillery and Baggage are following this Day. . Hague, Sep/. 13, N.S. By the fre&eft Advices^ our Army fieemed to be ftill lying on the Baft-Side of the Meufo, Qear Dalem, except a Detachmenl which is faid to have paffed that River near Vifct, under the Command of General Trips. Marfhal Saxe is now ,faid to have fent Detachments lower down that River, which have polled themfelves at Stockem and Ma&yk. Namur, it is agreed on all Hands, is invefted. ^Brigadier General Houghton, with the three Regiments under his Command, propofed l-to begin his March for the Allied Army the Day after I To-morrow. There are Letters juft arrived of the 10th Inftant from the Army, which mention our Army's being then encamped with its Right at Eefden upon the Meufe, and its Left at Hous near Dalem/ whilft the main Army of the Enemy extended along the Jaii e, from Tongrts down tQwards Maeftricht^ 'Hague, Sept. '16, N.S. By Letters from Maeftricht of the 24th Inftant we learn, that our whole Army was- tha' Morning actually repafling the Meufe in fdttr Columns; one juft above the Town at St; Pierre j one through the Town ; dne juft'below'it atLeuineli and the fourth a little lower at Smeermaes. It was to encamp that Evening at LOnaken. The main Army o'f the French lay on the' 13th between Bilfem and Liege, with its Center and Head Quarters at TOngres. Hague, Sept. 18, N.S. This Day Letters are afrived! from the Allied Army, dated the 16th Inftant, which mention the Retreat of the Trench Army, upon hearing tbat'the AHies htto'-repafRd the M'eufe^. We have juft received the following Account from Mantua. Mantua, Srpt.j, This Moment Pririte Lowenfteia is arrived here from the Army, in his Way to Vienna, with the agfeeatd^News^ ef she- Surrender of the City of Genoa at Difcretion, Ail the Conditions the Senate afk'd "oFIGer^^fmp^rl^Majeftyrwefe, to preferve the Liberties t>f the Gieyt^^ted-^a* n� Troops ftfeaM-be'-ftnfinfo'tfia Town. That if they cquld obtain ihefe 'Demands, they would engage to pat into her:Majefty's Hands all the Fortreffes belonging to- the KepobKek, and to give up every Thing elfe which,ihould bardeinanded of them ; that in cafe the Empfef*defiredihe City to be delivered up,> the Seqate were ready? taie&mft thereto: In all Appearance, one of thejCilxjSaieswiU be fecared by way of Precaution. The � EnemyHfravlng* abanlBbnecl the" Polls of St. Pierre d'Arena, vaift. Magazines of all Sorts weje found there.   . LONDON. It is the prevailing Opinion of People of the deepeft Difcernment aHdj Penetration in Hollajid, that, notwnh-Jftandingall the M�attfresvwhich haVe been and ftill continue to be taken zfot obtaining a fpeedy Peace, we fhall fee a more vigorous Gampalgh in Flanders fhatf any fince the late War. � On the ijth-'Inft. N.S. the-Grofs of the Allied Army encamped nrar Maeftricht, on the Right of the Meufe: arid "the Body colfenarided by Genefal'Trfps harrafe'd do toScU- MircBSifr and bH^^tFtonTiderable A Period rn Paris Writes to his'Friend iq Jiolland^ that a -gffalrger Iters' -arrived aft Ccwrt; wife {b^1|mpwitant*News. whiA'occafi^^ ^?iAlarm r'^ltaec:**^ Have txtrhStofa Lettir from Calcutta, m the, JBaJM/tffiet, '   ' '     ''tV^ncJt. Merchant "     {jrrade>s.pf,that '**tt'% if"iT deplorable jdkipn.}Ii^y.;haying,^t|4t^^   Moffey, or 1 W n> '3*   >-� r-t lilLU it - 1 U1.  ..... j � �" -' 1-:-c    ....... �    - , A D V E RT IS E M E N T S are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Ccffbe-Hovse, in Lombard-Strcetj Cape-Britain for �vef\   

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