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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 25, 1846, London, Middlesex                                JV ctm b. 3716. THURSDAY,   September 25,   1746. Deal, Sfpember 23, AIL'D his Majefty's Sloop Shark, for a Cruize. Put back and remain Mary, Mackenzie, for Antigua j and the Young William, lew, for Antigua.  Wind N. Pool, Sept. 22. Sailed Elizabeth 3 Three Sifters, Nicklefc; William and Rebecca* Spefbet; Mary and Elizabeth, BuUi) the Sarah, Sheppard ; and Hopewell, Tutchett, to wait Convoy for London. Ctnvet, Sept. 22. Sailed the Chriftian, Jeffreys; and Baraff, Paterfon, for South Carolina. Sailed alfo the Stephen, Williams, for Antigua. The York Arm'd Sloop is lail'd for Plymouth, with the Veflels under her Convoy. The Young Green, Cheefman; and Jane, Lyon, from Lilbon; and Either, Hamilton, from Briftol, are arrived at Carolina. The Mary Anne, Lambert, from Dublin ; and Jenny, Bond, from the Ifle of May, at Carolina. The Tryton, Short, from Cork, at Jamaica. The Norwich, Chipp, from Cork, at Mahone. The Chriftian, Pettigrew, from Lei th, at Rotterdam. The Lady Sufannah, Vancreken ; Regina, Buddie ; and George, Bean, from London, at Hamburgh. Yefterday arrived 'the Mail from Holland. Pittrjburgki Stft. J. TI|��V the Order* have been dif-patc^'d fox tiffi.W.uit�-,Quartea..of-^l�frTroops aflembled ia the conquer'd Provinces, the Indention of, the Emprefs is, that tbefe TVoejjs fhall be ft difpofed that, they may on the firiftWtieejseadHy affeiabltf agajn whenever fhe Cir-cumftances, of A$d�- require ij. ^or this Porppfe, the Artillery allotted "icra is upon the Road for Riga, under the Command of, Lieatenanr-Colonel Defcarreaiix. Milan, Stft. to. The Governor of Gayi furrenderM Prifoherbf War on the 7th, \vith all hisGarrfibn, pur-faant to an Order ni the Senate of Genoa. The Ofjcefe - had their Parole atfevyed the*, but fhe^Soldiers were conj-dufled to Novi. We hear, "that the King of Sardinia arrived on the 8th St Carcaffesy andhis Van-g^r  two. Waggons. The lame Day the Right of xhe Allies and, the.Xefc of M. Saxe cannonaded each other the 'whole Afternoon, the French making" a continual Fire froth, co Pieces of Cannon, without dping Us�ty confiderable Damage. Theaadkh�r�jwa5:4 ne\vAc)fon on the Left "Vying,-ve ry brifltand blpody, between a Body of about 3oipo D�tch commanded by the Prince'of 'VVAldeckm Perfon, and a*t> ther of near 6000 French. Our Troops were fo well pofted, and covered by an Eminence, that they could not be feen by the Enemy, who feeing only a fmall Body of 80 Hufiars, detach'd 600 Uhlans and Gendarmes to bring them off. But the Foot, ifTuing out of their Ambufcade, charged them behind ; fo that the Uhlans, after they had defended themfelves bravely fome Time, feeing the Party too fuperior, laid down their Arms, as if they would fax-render. The Reft of the French Troops arriving juft at this Time, and the Aition being renewed* the Uhlans re-fumed their Arms, and fell upon our People, who did not expect them, killing and wounding about 50 Men. They were made to pay dear for this Perfidy ; for our Troops, making Face againft them, fell on them) with fuch terrible Slaughter, that of 600 Men, of which they at firft confifted, only 6 were left alive. The Soldiers took on this Occasion a great many Horfes, a Coach and Six, fome Waggons, and above 200 Men. Befides a great Number of Dead, which the French left npon the Field of Battle, we found many of their wounded, who were moftly in a miferable Condition, and have been carried to the neighbouring Houfes, till they can be otherwife difpofed of. We haw loft a few Officers. We know that another Skirmifh happened Yefterday, but can tell no Particulars, except that it was very brifk-M. Saxe's Army isentrenchM up to the Teeth, and difep-vers no Inclination to come to a Battle. Ibis Conduct feems to confirm a Report, that has been whifpered for fome Days paft, that the large Detachment of Foot and Horfe, which was lately made, under Pretence of reinforcing the Troops before Namur, it actually upon the March towards Dauphiny. LONDON. Among the Articles upon which the Senate of Genoa fubmitted, one is, that the Port of the Capital fhall be open to the Englilh Men of War, and all other Veffels of the. Powers in Alliance with her Imperial Majefty. The GenocfeTeemed at firft furprited at the Articles demanded by Count Brown, alledgjwg that they were contrary to the Law* of the Republick r But that General let them foon knew, That he, who had it in his Power xo"pvt them Laws, had nothing to doVith what they had enacted before amofig themfelves. According to the laft Letters from Italy, the Contrlbu? tions demanded of Xne State ofGenoa are Exed at 1 z Mil* lions German, one of which is to be paid cvety Month fof a Year.ta come.- Other Accounts mention eight MBlioni to the Auftrians, and fix to the Piedmontefe, befides the 1 Delivery dp of all that remains m the Republick belonging to the Three Crowns, which is reckoned at Six Mil* lions mora. . We have pofitive Advices from the Hague, that the En-glim, Dutchj and other Miniftfers, are fet out for Breda. On the 24th, N.S. The Left Wing of the Allied Army made a great Motion to draw nearer the French* but no Action pafied on the Occafion. Marfhal Saxe was afterwards to reconnoitre the Allies, efcorted by a large Body of Horfe and Foot. There are Letters from the French Army before the Caftle of Namur, dated the 27th of September, which mention the Springing of a Magazine by one of their Bombs, by which means 360 Men was blown up, and a great Fife was occafioned. They add, that the Trenches were carried on with great Expedition ; and that they did not doubt of being M after or* this Fort within two or three Days. Letter from PJymomtb, Sift. 21. � The Mermaid Man of War is failed, with the Ships 4 for EaftrIndia, New-England, artdthe Weft-lndieU, w*"  #i �trtpnf*tb% Sept. 23. 4 Yefterday failed to thef Wfeftward the Namure^Capt. ' Bofcawen; Hampton Court, Capt. Moyffen ; "andTme � Prince Frederickj Capt. Geary.    The fame Day came ' into the Harbour the Grand Turk, Capt. Niitt, from  Lifbon.* Yelterday it was reported that Admiral Leftock, with the Fleet wider his Comwarid, was feeh ofiTRochelle. The Chatham Man of War, with the Ships un|^r her Cenvoy, ajttvtd at Gftjraltari the tqth" of A�guft,Q.S. There is-an Account, that the St. Kitts Merchant, Denn, from Briitol to St. K:lts, put into Cork by Diftrefs of Weather,- and was there condemned. The Charming Potty, Campbell, from Jamaica fo^ Lon-don< is taken by a French Privateer, and carried into St. Andero. ' , a to The Julius Csdar, Fifh, from Jamaica for London, ia taken, and carried into'Morlaix. , We hea^ that the two Ships' lately arrived from Hud-fon's-Bay, who failed with the Dobb's-Galiey, and", the California, from England, bring an Account, that they parted with thetn well, the i^th of June, at 9 o'Clocjc at Night, inLatl 6t. 20. Long. 14. 30. fromrfhe Meridian of London j and that they had a fine open Seafon, free from Ice. Hh Grace the Duke of Dorfet, Lord Prefident of his Majefty's Council is fet out from his Houfe at Whitehall, for his Seat at Knbwle near Sevenoakes in the County of Kent. " '   * Laft Night his Grace the Duke of Richmond arrived in Town, from his Seat at Goodwood in SufTex. Laft Thurfday George Lewis, Efij; Fellow of Jefus Colledge, Cambridge, and late Captaid of the Company raifed by Ralph Allen, Efqj of.Bath, was married at Sb,er-born in DoTfetfhire, to Mifs Wiicd'aibe* of that Place; an agreeable youne Lady, Vwith a hahdfome Fortune. Laft Week the Univeifity of St. Andrews in Scotland conferred a Degree of Doctor ih Phyfick on Mr. Browne Langrifh, of Petersfield in Hants; in Confideration of the great Pains he hath taken, in making Experiments to improve the Medical Ait. On Tuefday laft died, at his Lodgings in Scotland-yard, John Hartweli, Efq; a Gentleman of confiderable Fortune. Yefterday Morhing died, at his Houfe at Peckham, after a tedious Illnefs, Mr. Richard Crafton* fen. an eminent Hatter, in the Maze, Southwark, and one of the People call'd Quaker;; he livM beloved and died lamented, being an affectionate Huiband, an indulgent Parent, as well as a true and Valuable Friend. Yefterday Morning early died in Change-Alley, Mr. Stttclrffe, a Perriwigmaker of confiderable Bafinefs, an honeftMan, efteem'd by all that employ'd him, or knew him. Yefterday Ifaiah Therond, alias Thorn, was committed to Newgate; by Alderman MarfhalJ, cbarg'd on the Oa�.hs pfjofepb. Mafham and George Peace, and his own verbal Cenfeffion, for felonioufly ftealing from a Garret in Staple's Inn, a Parcel of Books of Accompt, belonging to ir Cxfar Child, and other Suitors in Chancery, ofconfidera-"b!e Value, and Violently fufpected of breaking open the Door of rite laid Garret. Gbttee/er, Srff. �o. Laft Week the Rte�^m1e  piqued them-      ' felves very much on bafRing all who would appear againft   ^ t them.. The firft of them had a Trial which latfed Yefter-    f day fix Houn, and the latter this Day had a Trial of a-bout five'HoVrs: Thefe two Heroes, after thek long Trials arid great Boaftings, were both found Guilty of High-Jfiaji^ai^JiafcJEnhnri ~rrr"-1 :" -V k" Sa�e�do4al Robes'; and his Mifs behaved in Cpuri with fo much Impudence, that fhe is nov? become the common Jeft of the Town. On the 12th Samuel Lee and John Roebcttom retjaftcd their ftrmer Plea, and^ pleaded Gt^ilty. ThisTD'ajr Laurence Mercery Geo. Seaton, Gent. Ro-nald M"Donald of the City Guard of Edinburgh. Baraa-bas-Matfirew, Robert'Murray, Gent. John Wallace, and A L) V E RT ISE MENTS ajc taken in for thrs Paper, at Lloyd's Cqffii-Housi, in Lombard-Strfet| Cape-Britain for Ever, x r \jr. .... * A.   

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