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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 13, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The General Adveftifef. DealVOctober it. [RRIYED Yefterday hi� Majefty *s I Ship Surprize from a Cruize, hand remain with his Majefty's Ships Fox, .Gibraltar, and Mer-' cury, with the Homeward-bound: Ships, as mention'd in my laft. Wind N.E.byE. Gnavtfend, 03. 10.   Pafs'd by the Nottingham's Prize ; the-_ Patience, Grobb ; and Prince Chriftian, Anderfon, from Norway; Godhelp, Hutton,; Jrom Malaga; Boon, Comrow, from Stettin; Lady Ca-: iherina, Ocarr from Frieiland ; City of Coleberg, Blanks,, from Dantzick ; Lady Chriftian, Johnfon, from Gotten- > burgh. Copy of the Summons iffued by the Imperial Commijfarj at Genoa, requiring the Payment of Contributions^  John Charles, Count of Chcteck, &c.    The moft < Serene Republick of Genoa having intermeddled with a i � War notorioufly unjuft agairrft her Msjefty, the Emprefs, ; 1 Queen of Hungary and Bohemia, and having openly \  declared War againft the King cf Sardinia, her Ally ; ; < whereby ftie has given to the Enemies of thofe two jl 1 Powers, ever fince the Beginning of the prefent War, j] � the Means and Facility of invading the Dominions in ; � Poffcflion of the faid two Powers; it would have been \  no more than juft, on the Part of her Imperial and Re- \ ' gal Majefty, if" five had obliged that Republic to take |  upon herfelf theExpenceof the faid War, atleaft, fince ! � the Time (he became a Party in it j but having acknow- � ledged the Hand of the Almighty, which has caufed her  to fall under the juft and triumphant Arms, by which  the has been fubdaed, the Republic has voluntarily offer'd � to bear the Charges that (hall be impofed upon her. ' Thefe Expences, without extending them to the whole �Indemnification of her Imperial and Regal Majefty, can-� not but fbrpafs all Expectation. However, the under-' figned, in Virtue of the full Powers that hare be$n givjn. � him by his moft Clement Sovereign, declares in her � Name, and caufes it peremptorily to be known, as well ' to the Republic of Genoa, as to the moft Serene Doge, ' and every Member of the Government i That they are ' to pay and remit to the Military Cheft of her Imperial 1 and Regal Majefty, the Sum of three Millions of Ge-' nouins, to be in Silver Crowns, of juft Weight; calcu-�lated at 7 Litres 12 Sols each, Bank Currency, and 'payable at three Payments, the firit Payment within 48 ' Hours, reckoning from the Moment of iffuing this Sum-' mons ; the fecond Million in a Week, and in a Fort-' night the third, reckoning ftill from the Date hereof.  Tiie whole under Pain of fuffering the moft fevere Exac-' tioni, and having no Relief againft the Sword, Fire and ' Plunder, which will unavoidably follow upon Failure of 1 the above Payments.   Given Sept. 8, 1746.' Sign'd, J. C. de CHOTECK. LONDON. From the London Gazette. Munich, 03. 16. The Prince of Saxe-Hildburgha.uferi, who commands the Bavarian Corps yielded to the Maritime Powers, is fet out from hence for the Netherlands; and the laft Divifion of. our Troops began their March from Donawert on the 5th Inftant. We learn from Italy, that the King of Sardinia is marched towards Nice, his own Troops having been reinforced by a Body of Auttrians. Hamburgh, Off. 14, N.S. The Marquis Des lffarts having taken the Character of Ambafiador-Extraordinary from France to the Court of Poland, was to have his Audience of the King, Queen and Royal Family, at War-few, on the 1 ft Inftant. Hague, 03. 18, N.S. We have not been able to procure yetexaft Lifts of the Killed and Weunded, whether of the Dutch, or the few Regiments of other Nations that were tngaged in the Aftion of the nth ntar Liege. One of M. Saxe's Defigns in. this Attack, was, to have turned our Right, 'and intercapted our Communication with Maef-tricht.� It is generally reported here, that he has detached about 20 Battalions, and as many Squadrons, to the Coaft of Britany, and was upon the Point of putting the reft of his Army into Winter-Quarters. Some private Letters jjomPansof the 14th give an Account, that the Englifh �roopswere reimbarked-; others mention their being ftill �P�n Land, and that they had propofed to hay^e reimbarked upon the gth, but "being prevented by contrary. Winds, had 'wrenched themfelves agajnft the Guardes Cores and the "safants.   Thefe Letter* lay, that the Englifh had not en- tred 1'Orient at all, but'had. plundered all the V ilia trrereabouts. The Account. publifhed by the French Court of the Deftent in Britany, is as follows;  Upon the 16th two Couriers arrived from Britany, with an Account,.that--the'Englifh Troops-nvmch had made a Defcent near 1'Orient, reimbarked-on the 7th at Night, having firft pillaged -four Villages, feme ^Cottages and Farms; from whence they took ail the Provifions they could .meet with. They left -behind them four Pieces of Cannon and oneMottar, which they cotrld not carry, off finding themfelves preffed by the Militia'of the Province. "It is to be feared� that this Fleet, having reviftualied in this Defcerlt, may make another elfewhere, or bombard fome Towns where no Defence can be made. By other-Accounts-from Paris we have Advice, thatthe French had pjblifhed a general Order Tor imprifonirig all the Englifh Subjects in that Kingdom who were not provided with Pafiports, and that lome Englifh Gentlemen had been thereupon feized and committed to the Battile. On the 30th of laft Month the King of Sardinia lay at Bordilera, within a League of Ventimiglia. His Troops had pofleffed themfelyes of Dolce Aqua, but expected an Oppofition at Ventimiglia, that might coft them two or three Days. Lift of the Loft of the Dutch Corps, with the two Bavarian Battalions, and two Battaliont and fevsn Squadrons of Auftrians, in the AMion that faffed near Liege on the llth of OSober, 1746. Cavalry killed. 1 Colonel. 4 Captains. 6 Subalterns. 6 Corporals. 2 Tram peters. 84. Mea. 103 Cavalry wounded. 1 Brigadier. 1 Major. 3 Captains. 17 Subalterns. 2 Corporals. a Trumpeters. 110 Men. 136 Cavalry miffing. 1 Colonel. 1 Major. 1 Captain. 1 Corporal. 189 Men. Infantry killed. I Major-General. 1 Colonel. 2 Majors. 4 Captains. 9 Subalterns. 8 Serjeant. 513 Men. Infantry ivounded. 2 Lieutenant Generals. 1 Brigadier. 2 Majors. 7 Captains. Subalterns, 23 Serjeants. 391 Men. 448 Infantry miffing. t Major General. 3 Captains. 9 Serjeants. 42b Men. - 439 193 iotal of Horfe 432. Total of Foot 1425. In all 1857 Men. Artillery. Loft. zz Pieces of Cannon. 5 Haubirzes. 5 Hofpital Waggons. Killed. 3 Men. (2 Officers. 8 Horfes. Killed ~ Wounded Miffing - 401 138 186 Kenfington, OB- 7. This Day Prince Seherbatow, Plenipotentiary Minifter from the Czarina, had a private Audience of Leave of his Royal Highnefs the Duke. As had afterwards Count Czernichew, his StrcctfTor, in the fame Character, his firft private Audience of his Royal Highnefs the Duke, to whom they were introduced by Sir Clemeat Cottrell Dormer, Knt. Mafter of the Ceremonies. Kenfington, 03. 9. This Day Prince Scherbatow had a private Audience of Lea.ve, and Count Czernichew his firft private Audience of her Royal Highnefs Princefs Amelia, being both introduced by the Mafter of the Ceremonies. Letters from Madrid fay, that Count Caffio; the'Duk of Mdderta's Minifter, has made very pathetic Reprefenta-tiens to the King upon, the bad State of his Mailer's Affairs ; Mid that a Resolution has been taken to draw 6000 more Men out of the old Troops, and fend them by.Sta from Barcelona to the Coaft of Provence, in order to join the French; and form'.an Army -configurable enough to preferye the Dutchy of Savoy ; and alfo to raife i^'.eoo Recruits for the fame PurpoTe. Great Preparations are making for. a-Public Eritr'y, "which'the'King is fhortly to make into that Capital. The King of rrdflia, we are bid, has caufed Declaration to be made, that the Sums borrowed upon Silefia by the Emperor Charles VI. fhall be immediately repaid, wha the Arrears of Intereft at 5 per Cent. They have Advice at the Hague from Berlin; that a Body of Pruflian Troops have Orders to march direiftly, and aft in a manner that will greatly influence the Breua Conferences-But what manner that is, we are left to guefs at 'till difccver'd by its Effefts. By private Letters from Breda we bear, that the French Minifter having receivtd a Letter from his Court, relating to the Invafien on the Coaft of Britanny; immediately paid the Earl of Sandwich a Vifit, produc'd this Letter; and defired him to convey it to London, at which the Earl difcovered the greateft Surprize, and laid, � It would be highly Imprudent In him to trouble his Court with a Paper penn'd in fuch Terms, on the Score of Re-paying the moft Aggravating Infults. The Englifh Troops met with fame Oppofition at Tre-venou the fecond Day after they debark'd, where a large Body of Militia were aftembled, to difpute their furthtf Piogrefs; but af.er a brifk Skirmifh, in which many fell* the Militia were difperfed.--General Sinclair has published a Declaration, fetting forth the Motives which induced the King of England to fend him thither 5 promifing Protection to thofe who remained quiet, and that thoie who made Refiftance mould fufFer in the moft rigorous manner by Fire and Sword. It is reported that an Exprefs is arrived from Admiral Leftock, with an Account or his having taken Port Lewis; and that he was going from thence to attack Breft. They write from bouth Carolina, that Admiral Warren has appointed Capt. Evere(, Commander of his Majefty'sr Ship the Aldborough, on that Station, in the room of Afhby Utting, Efq; deceafed. On Saturday latt being the Anniverfary of his Majefly's; Coronation, the Morning was uiher'd in with Ringing of Befls, at Noon his Majeuy received the Compliments of the Nobility and Gentry, at his Palace at Kenfington ; at One o'Clock the Park and Tower Guns were fir'd, and the Evening concluded with Bonfires, Illuminations, and other Publick Demonftrations of joy throughout the Cities of London and Weftminfter, and Suburbs thereof. . The Dragon Man of War now lying at Woolwich, has taken in her Ballaft and Stores, and will fpeedily fall down the River. There have been nolefe than 15 Servants and Corporals belonging to the Guards broke within thefe few Days, by his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland, for Neglect of Duty, and other Mifdemeanors. OnThurfday laft, being the Thankfgiving Day, the Right Hon. the Lady Alien gave an elegant Entertainment to the Principal Inhabitants of Harrow on t'e Hill, on that Occafion ; and in the Evening the?e were Bonfires, Illurrinations, and Liquor given to the Populace. On Saturday laft was interr'd Sir Thomas De Veil, Knt. (in a decent private manner^ agreeable to his own Llefire, in his Life time) at Denham in Bucks, near his Second Wife, the Mother of his prefent Children. Yefterday died, at his Lodgings in Gutter-lane, Cheap-fide, the Rev. Mr. Sparks, who was lately prelentcd to a Living of 1001. per Ann. Yefterday the Corpfe of the Rev. Mr. Joddrell, Reflor of Ickham.in Midalefex, was interr'd in a very decent manner in the Parilh Church of Jfleworth. Yefterday Morning was found dead in his Bed Mr. Couch, who kept the Cock Alehonfe in Duke-ftreet, Weftminfter. On Saturday Night laft Mr. Bruce, Letter-Carrier to the Secretary of State's Office, going to the Poll-Office with the Packet, had the Misfortune to fall down and break his Leg. - Laft Saturday Willam Lewin was committed to Newgate, by Sir Richard Hoare, Knt. Lord'Mayor, charg'd on the Oath of John Neale, for being cQncern'd with one Thomas Maek.ean, wh6 was brought from the Compter , to Newgate the Day before, in felanioufly ftealing a Silver Watch of the Value of Two Guineas. Their Ages together don't exceed 23 Years, tho' old Offenders. The ia.u William Lewin, when the Officers were in purfuh of him, junnrp'd out of a Window one Story, high. ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in tor this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, mi Lombard-Street.   

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