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Publication: General Advertiser October 2, 1746

General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 2, 1846, London, Middlesex r. i THUR5DA Y. October 2, 1746. JMal-i September 30. REMAIN in the Downs hit M*je~ fty's Skips Sauinel, Fox, and Deptfbwl Scoreihip, and Ferret, SwansShark, and ScarptonSledps; Merry Adventure, Curtis, for Penzance; Weftmoreland,Mar-ftull; and King William, Carter, for Jamaica ; Mary, Mackenzie ; and Young William, Tow, ibr Antigua; Britannia, parchafe.for Carolina; Martha Raines, fpr Madeira the Godolphin,Blackerk for Boftoo; Tbfcee Brothers, Fearon, for Newfoundland ; London, Hunt, for Exon $. Charlton, Mildrum; Cleeva, Rice ; and the Fly, Richards, for Fal-aoath. Wind W.S.W* The Real Gaily, Phillips, from London, is arrived at leghorn. The London Merchant^ Hill, from Peterfburgh, at Dublin. The -, Atklnfon, fcomOportc-, atBriftol. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland. Vienna, Sept. 26. Orders have been fent to our Generals in Italy, that they mould conform entirely to the King ef Sardinia, with regard to the Invafjpn projected againft France. Mantua, Stpt, 17. Befidcsthe Conditions of the Capitulation that have been already published, the following are saw added, viz. That the Picture of the Emprefs Queen, �ur Sovereign, fhaM be put up in the Hail of the Great CoufKil: That the Council fhsll not affemtfte :o deliberate, except in the PreXence of an Imperial Minifter '.That a Seal {hall be immediately pot upon the famous Bank of St George: That fear Companies of Auftfian Gitnathens fcall mount Guard at the Ducal PaJace: That the Arms of the Republic, upon the Front ef that Palace, and all the other public Buildings, Jfcall be taken down, and thofe of theAnguft Houie of Auftriapnt up in their Place. All this, however, provifiouaBVonly, till,the Will of the Emprefs upon the feveral Articles be exptefsly known. Twwr, Stpt. *e. Atoordingto Letters from oar Army, die &ing was $> enter the County of Nice with the Ariny the Day before Yefterday; fa that by this. Time he h&s frtbbly reached fheiCity of fhat, Name, and Villa Fm-a w imagine i^Wxm^^tlKB^mV^^i^�* ha Approach; but feme Advices fey, they have under-nin'd ttteir FortifiQarionB, �s well asthofe of Mootalban, SOiitr toh^w*taea,up. We wait impatiently for the ewsof hie Majefty'stavmgnsadce&irraptiob ioto Pro-ftnee, byjM^Sng the Var. P^�,0�i. f We hear from Provence, that the Fo*t#-qtions .of Villa-1?wnca ian4 jtfootaltan aje undermined, in'order to their bejng blown .up. M. de M&illebois does all !q his Powej to prevent aolnvafion. GenaK Stpt. a*., Tbe-Auftrian Army Dot Ending here diffident Prov&onsy broke up on the 17m Inft. ana *hen marcheJ after the jCmg of Sardinia towards Nice, where it is Aot doubted 'jbut ^ tijajefty � by ^jhis TJme arrived'. Bjfre is a gr.ear. SCMcjtjr. o| all Things, and fjtfWularly of Money. lym, Sept; *b. "We OMft here ScdoMen every Mo* ��t1n theirWay to^>^tpniny> 4fi$ other Tftops are/alt} tobe-upon th*-Ma$ch. t^foUowwm, i�,Qrdor 'topreyerit the ttatteed Wafion. Artillery is continually fcndifig to Fort Des Barreaugi andMenenetian, whether fome Batal-lktfs*of^itiaare alfo^Barcmag. G*mva> $*ph-aqth#?5t. butifflmcdiatelyi^it!^ theHo^iaU^*eUfe of th ��fea8*W��de4i: ^ i the Bmfelt, Q8. j, Coght de Orermpw* Prince of fhe Blop4, ha,thfent two Engineers from Jttamjir totfemolifli theFprtirlcationsof Moos andCharlerQy. the �nd^of laft Month, 113 Dutch frifoners paused by. here on tijeir Way from Lifle to Maje^richt, where thiev are, (9 be ex-chang*d for /as many French. We are b^fy in erecting Magi^rbes and fettling the Winter-Quarters for the Troops. The Audrian Huflar? continue to commit great EjfcefTcs between this City and Louyain* and between Antwerp and Mechlin, it not having been poffible to drive them out of thefe Neighbourhoods, BtuftTs,' Oa, 6. On Thurfday laft a Courier from M. Saxe's Army was intercepted by a Party of Auftrians Htrfe fars, having Letter? about him, between Tirlemont and Lou vain. The 13 Battalions and 2 Squadrons, made Pri-foners in the Cajile of Na)nur, are fent to Mons. Fifty French Cannoneers were killed by the Springing a Mine. The Duke 4? Penthieyre, whp can^e hither Yel^erday from the Army, is tg /et oiit this Morning on his Return, and 2 co Waggons, laden with Sick and Wounded arrived here from Tongres. Couriers pails every Day from Veriailles to Breda. fiagut, Oa. 6. We haVe nothing new from the Army in Brabant, which continues in its former Pdjotion, and, we are told, will fepaxate about Uie Middle of neJqt Month. We daily ejcpecl Advice frona ^reda, that the Proviilonal Congrefs is opened, after which we jhalj ibpn knpw whether a Sufpenjjon. of. Arms is to take Place or not. According to the Letters from. Namur, the Garrifon of that Place, before thsSiege, amounted (07350 Men, of whom 2 Captains, 3 Eofigns, and 183 Soldiers were killed; % Lieutenanis� t MtiPr> 5 Captains, j Enfigni, and 251 Soldiers wounded. The Prisoners ma^e during ihe Siege, were 665, and the Stray'd and Deferters are computed at 2248 ; fo that we Veckon the French found, at the Surrender of the Cattle, only 3719, not including the Wounded. They wrke from Bonn, that the firft Divifion of the Bavarian, Troops was arrived there, and would foon join the Allied Army. |r P # DON. The CJmmartdant of the Garri&a 0/ Savona refufed to furyender to)ui\&&$fylflsffiy; but upon thje Approach of the Auftrian ^e^rafparoni, with four &ttartons, he fubmltted to the F^mpre&. ^here is no Advice yet of the Redoftion pf Toxtomii ihp' it cannot pambly hoki 004 loft|. We have in the Foreign Prints the following Arttq!ea> which are faid loJbavebeeD propoled'^y the Ce Way ol Lifto'n, as fcctlt-minaries of a Peace between Great-Biritain *nd Spiun^ Viz. I. That there ihail pea Sufpehiiohof Arms^ by Sea and Land, till theP^eace is concluded. It. Thit Cwnmercje and Navigation in the Baft and Weft Indies ihall be ce-eftablirhed upon the lame Footing as i&jhe Riekp of jpng Charles II. III. That his Catholic Majefty mail renounce, for him and his'Sneceffors; all Pretertftms -to^GSbraltar and PortMahon. IV. T*at his GathoKc�MaJefty ihall abandon his Project of procuring an EftablHhment for Don Phi-tip to the Prejudice ^f the Altie* of Great-Britaui. V. The Rights of the Queen-Mother and this Prince (ball bt mfcuffed in a Congtels. VI. That Don Carlos wall be continued in tbePofieBkm ef the Two Sicilies* jenouneing all Psetenfions^o the Detriment "of the-Coort of Vienna. VLL That thece feall be a perpetual-Defemive Alliance between their Bricifc and Gaeholie Majefttes for the Gaa-tantee of the\r�fpetUxe rDominioris^ and for other Pur-pofisfc to 4>e determined i� a Definitive Treaty. Letters from Vienna lay, that the Court has rtfolved to make the Republic of Geiwa reknba>ieafl the�xpences which both �hth*np�ofeaiid;theKingof SaKJimaiavebeeii at for two Years pail injltaly,, bec%ife the Continuance of the War, during that Tube, has been a)I owing to the Ac-ceffion of the 'RepuWic as> an Airxil&ry'to the Three Crowns. The ftmer fjett,ets teSl ps, thai the Emprefs. hfts madje Other Alterarron in the Anklesv^gretd on with Count ov pays a MiUfji yiorinj. - ' * ''"; In a Letter written'by Count Waillebolsj Son to the Marfljal 0/ that. Name, to the .French, Conful at Genoa, the Count fays, that he fiatnothm^ to (he^rorall hjs Equipage, after this gkrioui Camp^Jgri," but half a Dq?eri 8birts, arrftwHandkerdhiefs0. 1 ' TheWeAeifiAJatt ^nbt�rrft�^^ Office iYe4ieiday-tiil fso?Cldck in the- Afternoon. rThe Letters from Briftol mention, that the Cheftet�e1d Man af.War apfiWedat Bt\teA

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Publication: General Advertiser

Location: London, Middlesex

Issue Date: October 2, 1746

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