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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 27, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The General Adyertifer. SATURDAY,  September 27,  1746. * .' Dm/, September 25. ;KR*VED hi* Mtjefty'j Sloop the *$w>h, iroia a Cruize, ara re-thams in the Downs, Wind SS.W.  1 Gravtfend, Sept. 25-. Pafs'd by the Lady Miry, Rofe,/rom AOift*rdam; Henrietta;'Hood, frdm St. Xitts, ' Tdlmmtb, Sept. rt. Arrived the Noftra Senora deCa^JSalrhas, Lcte, from St. Ubes ; and Vergulde Merewiets, Dolck, from Hamburg*?, -both fbrthis Port. Satt'd St. Anne, Peterfdri, for jr&mbirgh j Williamfon, Woodward.Jbr London,; and -GdodHope, Ebbeke, for London.   Wind N.W. fW, Sept. zf. Came in the Uailty, ThbmpTon, from Ncwcaftie. The Anne and Miry, Bottley, from the 4am� Place, ftopt at Pottfinouth, to fcH her Cargoe. The Martin Gaily, Cruiser, frott Virginia, is arrived ijSjeverpo&L Ycflecday arrived the Mail from Holland. ExtraB of s Letter from Milan, dated Sept. 7, and containing a mart particular. Account than bat yet been pub-hfidof the Conqyift of Genoa. * The Combined Army of Aoflrians and Piedmonttte being divided into two Columns, the Piedmonteze march'd fromAcqui the 29th of laft Month, and arrived, the 30th at Cairo, where the King of Sardinia waited for them. His Majefty at the (kmc Time caufed the Cannon and Moftars-to be conducted before Savon*. The Imperialists fcrft in veiled the Fortrefs of Gavi, and then^ having ere&ed their Batteries on the Hill that commands it, they play'd upon it with 16 Pieces ot Cannon and 16 Mortars. * As far as we can penetrate, the laft' Advices, which-' Gcneraf P^Vicim',�w;hb commands here, ha* recefv'd* from the Generals de Bbtta and Brown, it appears, that; two Genoefe Banditti came to the Imperii* Camp, and' afljued them, that in order tofacceed in their grand En-, tcrprizeof forcing the PSflage of the Bocdiett'a, it wodld* be neceffafy to march rfnffidenrBbdyi ttraWay known' to them only, croft the Mountains to the Summit that" commands the three Forts, aod fo take thoTe who defended them behind; wbila the other Troops came up in.' Front. Witboat getting Poffeffiofl of fhefe Forts the* Paffagewas impracticable, and they were not to be taken' except by Treachery of this kind. The Men offered to. be Guides to the Detachment, and their Propofal was ac-; cepted. TheQueftion being put to' the Troops, which ef them would gotopon this Service, the Warafdins full of Ardour,, offer'dtorun the Hazard of marching by this, unkaowrt- Way, while the reft of the' Army advanced along the common* Road, which, being full of Precipices, would admit only four Meir to.marcha-breaft. Being arrived atthefirft Redoubt;"they fired upon it with]; two Cannons> laden with Cartridge-mot, and fupported-by the Fire of-the Small Arms. The Troops behind; came up Sabie in Hind,'and the Efforts ware fo violent,' that the defending Soldiers retired to the fecqnd Fort.' Juft at this Time, the Warafdins arrived above, and' made a moft frightful Outcry. The French and Genoefe' tfjpgthpmfelves unexpectedly attacked that Way, took* to their Heels, and of 20 Companies of Grenadiers, to whom the Guard of that Paffage was entrusted, fcarce one half flood their Ground. * Having got Poileffion of this Poll, the Imperial Army; advanced towards the Capital of the 'Republic,' and ar-" rived'befbreit on the 5th rnthe MorlBiJjgV The Govern-' tnent immediately fent out 6 Senato^w'ho' going to the Marquis deBotta,'aflced;hifn, " If his Excellency came as1 4 to Enemyora Friend, theRepttWi^hotbeiiifeat^War* 1 with th�Queen his S�*#Kgjfc*V addM,;�� That if on ' the latter Account, Carefliould he ttkentbfurnifa him,' ' as foon as poffible, with what he wanted."  The Mar-? qois de Bat* sniftered?*** Thatthe>Aiimy wa^Comtftgj 1 to make Acquifitions." . Upon which the Djti'utieSroF the Senate.�r9atwKj^ied*, Tiui k.was .-iatfoffible' " for the .Republic to find that Surn^ aod that Ox was de-" termined to prefenta indlt; humble SdjppEcatfon to the " lEhibrefs Cjueen;'. irap1orjii|, her Clemency .* In the ' mean Tibse tHeMairquis de Bocta^ and the other Aafirjan * Genends madeYeflerday Morning their Entry into the * City of Genoa';- and the Commifaries have iince been ' bufy intaldngMfnVientory of the Artillery, Arms and * Anmmnftjoni bdongiiBg"botji to the Enemits' of the * Hpnfe.'of AUftria. andthe-Gehofc, The Prince^ Low-' enflein was immediately difpatch'd away to Vienna, and * a Subjeft of the Republick followed feon after. Theri ' are Eight Englith Men of War alrcad/cntex'd info the * Port of Genoa. Savona; Sept. 13. The Volunteer*, fupported fey other Troops, are purfmng the Enemy. The Kjng fets out Tomorrow, and will be foliow'd by 10 Battalions fent by the Marquis de Botta. Turin, Sept. 17. The two Caftles of Final have capita-lated, and 600 Men have been made Prifoners on that Oc* cafion. The French have remforccd.fJw,Garrjfoh cf Bri-aHcoh and Embrun.. They alfo endeavoured to threw Troops into Villa-Francha and Moncalban, but the Spaniards would not grant them Admiffion. ' This Pay the Duke of Savoy fets out to return to.the Army. * From the General Quarters of tile Marquis de Botta at SKPJetro � Arena, Sept. 17. Our Troops continue to take Quarters provifionaUy. Nothing is yet regulated between I the King of Sardinia and the Republic of Genoa, with "feglroT to Savdna and Final) andr it is thought, that the Meafures tt> beJtaken in Jbat Afcir depend u^on the An-. ^fw^,expeclxd.fiornr Vienna* In the mean Tinrf> we are affured, that his Majeftyhasordered theneceflary Difpefi* 6p%s to be 'made ,fpr &efieriogtbe.C^ftk55Qf Savona, where rd^^'�'nhf^^'Af^wry. Our Levic*- go*.Oft wM all imaginable S'uccds, we having got near aooo Recrtic fn a ftvHJays. The ArtiHery, Ammuniuonand Cbathing de-figned fpr^ the Troops, the ^Foreign Wines, and in general all .the Magazines we have found here belbmang to the Enemy, and- which will be applied to -The Ufe of ouc Troops,, are corapofed at two Millions of. Florins. Baron KeuhJ, Lieutenant Fidd-Marihal, who loft an Eye at the Battleon thej5th of June, has rejbin'd the;Army. We have dfftribnted among'the Troops the 50,000 Genouins, tljat were given by the Republic as Douceurs. It is the general Opinion, thatwefhall not remain here long, and thju all the Army, will foon match towards Provence*' At-leaft, the Difpontjons that are made difcover a Defign to invade France, and by that Means, endeavour to make a* powerful Diveriion in Favour of 4he,AUied'Ttoopsijn the-LqW-C6untfies, Hth� '.fb.'^ Jl^Inulry atVerfwlles may have, more equitable Sentiments.v Th?,, 10,000 ftejlh .TroopJ which "the Emprefs is feftdmg into Italy k which confift^ Smcipally of German Foot and Croats, are laid to have rders t� march,up the Po, and it is faid, that this Corps is already arrived at-Cremona. As FojEagiisjextremelyj fcarce in this Country, Gsneral NadjdiLfets_flM.thisJiay with 2 Regiments of Dragoons, and moil of the Hufiars, to take up Quarters in Lqmbardy.          , ... k. 1 Vienna, 'Sept. z 1. The Day before Yenerdsiy TeDeum? was fungforthe Reduction of Genoa. . The Prince of, Li  is hot entirely recovered,.he defigns very foon to return intq *j^ly� .CQuriets arrive fi�auently from that.wCountry, and we arc affured* that the, jluig of 3ardmia infifts ftrongly upori. making an Inva&Qn in Province. . i ,Fr*ncifirt>.$ept*z&.   Barou, Fraackenflein was two ftays^gp upauimpufly elated Bilhop.of Bamberg.       ^ Antwerp, 03. 3.  We have had the News that the j~Gaftl�~cf Namnre, with ali its-Forts, were-obiiged to1ur^ tenda" to the French on the 30th ult. and that the Garri* were made Prifoners of Wan,'    '.!.'/.��.<.    ;/^*^Q4��M� iTfcw* Higfe jMiglaineflesrhave. re ^CeVeJthe Capitnhttioa^of theiCahMe <� Nadwrfcij and we learn^ thit^e^Galrrifon^afrer^repu^ng-t�tb''AMiilts, were IMteWMh?^.) Tb,^;0pay: th�y:.were ,to m^rcK^outj^d^bee^ttedjtoMons, to waafi^there-lc� the lafl: ^Orders of xha r Deitination v The* other Particu-, fiut of the* Siege1 "and Capittdauoa' are not7 yec^ known. We havfe only been ihfurmed, that the Frehchlrcarried pa* their Works wichinconceivable Ardour and Diligence, and 'that thfcy had reduced the Place xo a heaft c^Rnins by their Bombs,' and blowing up a Magazine ofrowder. -------- From the Prates of Waided?t Caaspr Q&. I. In the Night between the 20th and 2iftlnfiant, the Eqemy detached a large Corps ito attack'the Troops undet Count Efterhafl; for which purpofe they got Polfeffion of the Villages of Texbeahd &wg, ^nd efaay; ^'f^^|^Ito?m : ^ehtlejna^of a jarge *<*  in L^mbard-Scrcct, Cape-Britain for Ever,   

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