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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 29, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. Numb. 3719* MONDAY, September 29, 17.46. Deal, September 27. ^*,UT back the Mary, Mackenzie 5 k ona, from whence the Deputies offered to open the Gates-of the Town: That Gentleman's infilling on the Fortrefs's being delivered at the fame Time into his. Hands, occafioned fome Parly, but (he Governor of the CalUe having declared, that he had nothing to do with the Town, and that hp neither could iwr would give up the Place without Qrdfers from Genoa, Baron Falkemberg took Poflefflon ot the Town alorte. Our large Artillery, is, upon the Road and near at Hand, and when it has ja'med. us, we make no doubt of being able to give a good Account of theCaftle in a Few Days. Mafquis'iTalbiah,. with to Battalions under his Command, is marched thither this Morning from his- Camp in the Valley of Tanarotdwards Final, and .is order'd to attack the Enemy,, if poflible, in their Retreat towards that Part ef the Riviera. Savona, >Sept. 9, N.S. The Auftrians remain in and about Genoa, and the Army under the King of Sardinia HascakenToffelfion of this Place. His Majefty perceiving that the Enemy' were rearing in the tftmoft Diforder, has. taken Advantage of that Opportunity, and ordered all their Pofts to be attacked. M. d' Entrcmont having marched, by.Saffelloj with 1000 Foot and 8 Companies of Grenadiers, the Enemy abandoning it upon his Approach M. de la Trinttej with a Brigade, forced the Enemy at the Pod of St. Giacomo near les Malires. M. de la Sauniere, who command the Volunteers, has driven the Enemy from tite-Eminences which they were in Poffeffion of near Mon-terot. M. de Falkemberg, who hadthe~Command of 15 Companies of Grenadiers, having marched to Gadebon and the Tower det-Corfes, attacked the Enemy there, whoToon mired to this Place, whither we purfued them, and drove them from hence; thereupon, fearing to be cut off by the Corps under M. de laTrinite, they, retreated by Vado on the Side of Final, and our Troops took Poffeflionnof Sa-vona. The Caftle has been fummoned to furrender, and unlefs the Governor thinks proper to fubmit upon the Arrival of our Artillery, we fhall begin to batter it. ' The King arrived here this Morning. We took.fome Prifoners Yef-terday, amongft whom is a Quarter-mafter General of the Spanifh Horfe. . Don Philip .left this Place ;Yefterday Morning, and was at Final lalt Night.' M. de la Trinite is at Vado, with one Brigade* and the Volunteers are to join him there this Day. M. le Balbiao, who has under him ten Battalions, is to march To-flfiorfow towards Ffnal and Albinga. T'his Morning at Break of Day an ^advanced Guard from M. Nadafti arrived here, and was muchfur prifed to find us.before-hand with them. They are in Pof-leffion of the Country from Genoa to Javon, as we (hal foon be of-that from Savona to Oneill'e. Savona, Stpt. 9,- N.S.'at Nigfit. 'The Army is juft'ar rived, and is encamped in the Neighbourhood, of this Town. Don .Philip, wiithM.,ki Mina, departed hence hut Yefterday at' Ndd'n,' afid tnd Reair'Uuard paffed the Bridge between this and Vado, but'two-Hours before Surf f�. The; French teft'that Vpi! VBtf/bf the Spa niards, Who gdf off uifhiirtj as the 'Nigtit 'Wfc tfratfiti^oh *rid too late for us to engage" ift aiPuT&iif th a~Qouatfy like '">s- ComHJtodore Tow�&e�d an.dv his; Sqaadron are ex, P�ftcd here To-morrow^cr.next Day.: . r- -:i Copenhagen, Sept. to. Yefterday in the Evening a Lieutenant in tae Sea-Service, who had been fent as an Exprefs from thefmall Danifti Squadron in the Mediterranean, arrived here. It is faid, that he has brought News that a eace is concluded between this Court and the Algerines, and that the aforefaid Men of War propofe to return.hither in the Month of October. His Daniih Majefty goes this Afternoon at Fridericksberg, proposing to hold the Friday's Council there, and not to come back before Saturday next. By Advices from Elfinore, his Britannic Majefty's Ship the Rofe, with one of the Merchant-men belonging to the Baltic Fleet, arrived there on the 18th Inftant, late in the Evening, and the Night following a few more of the Trade dropped in, but the Commodore and the reft were kept a-ftern by bad Weatherand contrary Winds. Vienna, Sept. 22. N.S. The following is the Capitulation of the City of Genoa, Sept. 7, 1746. Article I. That all the Gates of the City (hall be delivered to the Troops of her Imperial Majefty, Q^een of Hungary and Bohemia. II. The Garrifon of the City of Genoa fhall remain Prifoners of War. The Deferters who declare themfelves fuch immediately afcer the prefent Convention, fhall be pardoned ; but thofe who do not difcover themfelves in-ftantly, (hall be hanged. III. All the Artillery, Arms, Implements of War, and Ammunition, found in Genoa, (hall be given up to the Emprefs's Commander of the Artillery ; but all Provifions made for the Subfillance of the Troops, in which is comprehended Cloth, Regimentals, and luch like Neceffaries, (hall be delivered to the Imperial Commiffary. IV. The Republick (hall order all her Subjects, Soldiers, and Militia, fo long as this War (hall fubfift, not to commit any Hoftility againft the Emprefs's Troops, nor any of her Allies, or other Perfons depending upon her Imperial Majefty. V. Immediately after the figning of this Capitulation, free Accefs fhall be given to all Englilh Ships into the Port of Genoa, as well as to thofe of other Nations, who are Allies or Friends to her Imperial Majefty. VI. All the Effects and Moveables belonging to the. French, Spaniards, and Neapolitans, (hall be faithfully delivered to the-Deputy Commiffary who (hall be authorized to receive them, and the Republick, (hall difcover and give up all the French, Spaniards, and Neapolitans, who are in Genoa, or the circumjacent Places. VII. If theCaftle of Gavi is not yet in PofTcffion of the Imperial Troops, the Republick (hall immediately difpatch Orders to the Commander to furrender himfelf and the Garrifon Prifonef s of War to Velt Marflial Prince Pico-lomini. VIII. Free PafTage (hall be granted at all Times, and upon all Occaficns,to the Imperial Troops through Genoa, and all other Places and Fortrefles belonging to the Republick. IX. The Doge, with fix of the principal Senators,fhall repair,-within the Space of one Month, to Vienna/jto implore the Emprefs's Clemency, and to beg her Imperial Majefty's Pardon for the Faults they have commit^ ted. X. All her Majefty's Officers, as well as thofe of her Allies, who have been made Prifoners of War during this War, ajnd all other Perfons depending upon her Imperial Majefty and her Allies, taken in the Territories of Genoa, fhall have their Liberty from the Day of the Signature of the prefent Convention. XI. Fifty thoufand Sequins fhall be inceffantly paid and divided between her Majefty's Troops, independently ot the Contribution?, upon which the Republick will come to an Agreement with Lieutenant Velt Marlhal Colonel Commiffary Count de Choteck, upon which Footing the Troops (hall be obliged to keep good Order, and pay for every thing with ready Money. XII. This provifional Convention (hall have its Force till it fhall be (igned or otherwife order'd by her Majefty. In the mean time, four Senators (hall* be fent tolfvlilart as Hoftagts, and (hall ftay there till the Court of Vienna will permit them to return.. The prefent Convention -(hall bh figned by the Doge and all the Senators, in the Name of the Republick, and each of them (hall let his particular Seal to it. from the Camp at Nedercan, Sept. 24, N.S. The French continijeto'intrench themfelves very Itrongly, tho' they'havt been rejoined by a Corps under the Command of Lieuteharrjt � General'Segur,. which ferved at the Siege of Namur. "Oa ' Wednesday laft the Enemy made an Attempt to difladge Count Efterhafi from his Poll on the other Side the Jaire, and.for this Purpofe a Party of their Foot took Pofl'cmoh , of the' Village dj Sluis, whilft a Detachment of Hqrfewais lent' round 'the Village in order to attack hfrr> in ' FVntf. The Auftrian General ordet'dhisjPeople to advance, drove thelEnemy quite behind the Village, and then fent th' Free Companies in the Dutch Service toattack them, which was executed with fo much Vigour, that they ioon got Poflefiionof the Church-Yard, and took 40 of the Enemy Prifonert; but the French being fuperier in Number, and having occupied all the Houfcs, our Men were obliged to retire a little ; thereupon Prince Waldeck fent the Dutch. Picquets, under the Command of Major General Glinllra, to march to their Affiltance : And the Attack being renewed, after a Brilk Action the Village was forced, and the French fled to the Plain, whither Count Efterhafi purfued them with fo much Diligence, that they were all taken or kill'd ; the Number of Prifoners amounts to above 150, fome of which are fincedtad of their Wounds; and we have loft about 80 Men kill'd and wounded ; Amongft the firft is the Captain Lieutenant Van Baayen, and a Lieutenant of Franfipani's Regiment, and amongft the latter is Captain Murray of Colyear's firft Battalion, and two Lieutenants of Foot, and two of the Free Companies. Munich, Sept. 26, N.S. 1 he fecond Divifionof the Bavarian Corps is by this Time on the o;her Side of Mergeiv-thall, and.the Prince of Hi'dburghaulen deGgns to fet out in three or four Days for Donawert, from whence it i* thought his Highnefs will fend off the laft Divifion in the Courfe of this Month. Berlin, Sept. 27, N.S. His Pruulan Majefty is expected in Town on Sunday next, and, 'tis faid, that his intended journey into Pruflia this Winter is laid afide. Camp of the Allet at Heerderen-, Sept. 28, N.S. We remain in this Camp within Cannon-(hot of the Enemy, and have frequeat bkirmilhes, in which we have had the better. Bonn, Sept. 29. The two firft Regiments of the Bavarian SubfiJiary T roops arrive at Melhcim To-day, and pafs the Rhine the 2d or 3d of next Month* General Siebel, who commands them, is here, and the reft are expefied to follow without Lof� of Time. Brvffrls, Sept. zq, N.S. The two Armies have been in Sight of, and above a Quarter or a League diftant from each other for above thele three Day* paft. The French are intrenching themfelves, and have fortified themfelvts. veryftrongly. Hague\ Sept. tj, N.S. The Garrifon of Namur, very little weakened by the Defence of the Town, though the Breach is aflured to have been ^0 Paces broad, is all entered into the Caftle, having been able to obtain but two Days for its evacuating the Town. The French have proceeded to the Attack of the Caftle. Brigadier General Hough-tort's Brigade is now in Motion towards the Allied Army, and encamps this Night in the Neighbourhood of Breda. Hagu\ Sept, 30, N. S. Count Waflenaer Twick-el fet out for Breda laft Wedneiday Noon, and the Earl of Sandwich the fame Evening. M. Gilles propofes to follow thofe Gentlemen the Day afer To-morrow. The Court of Vienna has named for that Commiflipn young Count Ferdinand Harrach, Brother to the Count of that Name, who was formerly the Emprefs's Plenipotentiary in the Netherlands. We have no material Advice from our Army fince the 27th. We hourly expect to hear of the Lofs of the Citadel of Namur, which cannot but be accelerated by the uncommon D-tertton that, according to feveral Accounts, there is amongft the Garrifon, and ftill moie fo by the Misfortune of a Powder Magazine'^ blowing up on the 27th paft. ' Haguey QSIaher 4, ft\S�. We have received Advice, that the Commandant of the C'ttadel cf Namur hung out the White Flag upon Friday laft, and furrendred Pnfoner of War with his Garrilon. The advanced Guard of the French Army, which was at Haflelt, has made a Motion towards Warem. This Morning died greatly regretted, of the Gout in his Stomach, in tne 87th Year of his Age, M. Francis Fagel, late Greffier to the States General. LONDON. Ext raft ofa Letter from Autibes, Sept. 17. ' We are. juft now arnvedJiere from Jtaly. . We have been all the way purfued clofely by the Enemv, who continually were upon us > and the Englilh Fleet at the fame time cannonaded us, and killed a great many Peo~-ple. � Our Lofs in this precipitate Flight, as well in Men ?t Baggage and Artillery, i* not to be defcribed. The i\Ia-gaz'mes and Baggage we, have left about Genoa amount to the Value of above two Millions. Our Horfe which can nb longer ferve, is gone into Quarters. ' This Evening Don PhiKp is expected to arrive, and will fct out immediately after for Madrid. We dread an InvafLon in this Province, where the Confternation exceeds what was ever feen on any former Occanon.' A D V �>RT IS E M IL N f S are taken in tor this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, hi Lombard-Street,
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