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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 15, 1846, London, Middlesex ' Deal, O&ober 13. H E Homeward-bound Merchant Ships failed this Morning for the River. The Men of War re* main, as mention'd in my laft. Wind N.E. Grave/end, 03. I J. Pafs*d by the jeck Aufen, Uredue/rom Hamburgh j and Emanuel, Bou-dall, from Bremen. Dover, 03. 13. Arrived the Sophia, Runke, from Stockholm ; and James, Boykett, from Calais. Sailed St. Andrew, Simpfon, for Viana; and Endeavour Privateer 0B a Cruize. The Charlotta, Hind, from Leghorn^ is arrived at Scan- deroon. The Sakenteton, Kock, from Scanderoon, at Leghorn, Vienna, 03. 1. Since the zoth Inftant two Couriers are arrived from Peterihurgh, with important Difpatches from General Breitlach, our Ambaflador at the Couit of RufTia. One of them was immediately fent back,, and the Bufinefs they are upon is faid to be relative to the Utft Treaty of Alliance, the Court of Ruffia bei�g defired tb keep always ready, upon the Frontiers, the Body of Troops fije is obliged to furnifh the Emprefs-Queen with, on the Occa-fions fpecify'd in the faid Treaty. The Day before Yefler-day a confiderabie Sum arrived here from Italy, being Part of the Contributions impofed on the Republick of Genoa. Count Podevils, Envoy-Exttaordinary from the King of Prufiia, has had feveral Couriers from the Beginning* of this Month, and hath fent back fome in . Return : But wC neither know the Subject of thefe Difpatches, nor of the laft Conferences which this Minifter had with Count d'Uhlfeldt, and the principal Members of the Aulic Council. Leiffick, 03. 8. The Prince Royal and Electoral, accompanied by the Princes Xavier and Charles', his Brothers, ks been here eVer ffnce the firft Inftant, on Account of the Fair. According to Letters from Warfaw, the Marquis des Marts, Ambaflador from France, was preparing to make his Public Entry there. He afteiv vifits the principal Senators, and is treated by them with great Marks of Con-fideration. Thefe Letters add, that*-the Affair of the Dutchy of Courland is one of thofe which will be brought upon the Carpet at the next General Dyet. Breda, 03. \2. Since the Arrival of the Penfionary Gilles, there have been feveral private Interviews between the Eari of Sandwich and the Marquis de Puyiieux, in or der to amove all Difficulties, upon the Matters that are to be treated of at the Opening of the Conferences. And in order to proceed therein with the more Succefs, the Mar quis de Puyfieux hath fent a Courier to Paris, whofe Return is expected with Impatience. One of the principal Points that they are now endeavouring to regulate, is, the Admif-lion of the Plenipotentiaries from the Emprefs and the King of Sardinia, without which it will be difficult to unite the different Objects that are to be difcufs'd in thofe Conferences. With regard tq the Armiftice, it is looked upon as near concluded, if it may take Place with regard to Italy, as well as e'fevvhere. Letters from Vienna, which the Plenipotentiaries have received, fpeak pofitively of the Coming of Count Harrach, in Quality of Plenipotentiary from the Imperial Court. Hague, 08. 10. M. de Villa Vecchia, Secretary from the Republic of Genoa, having prefented a Memorial to the States-General, concerning the unfortunate Situation of bis Country, and defiring their good Offices for foftning the Emprefs-Queen, their High Mightineffes have taken a Resolution agreeably thereto, which they have fent-to M. Burmania, their Minifter at the Imperial Court, and alfo v> Meff. Boetflaer and Hop. at the Court of London, that they may prevail upon the Brttifh Court to jecond their Application. A Copy of this Resolution has been likewife given to the Genoefe Secretary, by Way of Anfwer to his Memorial. A Piece has lately appeared here in Juft.ifi.ca-tion of the Conduct of the Genoei'e. L'*0 N D O N. Letters from Warfaw inform us, that ihe Courts of Vienna and Peterfburgh have refolved to invite the Repiibiick to accede to the Alliance, which has lately been renewed between the two Imperial Courts; and that the Ruffian forces will remain in Livonia during the Winter. As all the vacant Places about the Court, are, by the faws of Swedes, to be always filled up before the Opening of a General Dyet, the King and Council have been v'ery bujy for fome Timepaft, mattending to-the Applications made on that Occafion, and chafing the proper Persons among the Candidates. The Neapolitan Troops, which were faid to have been forced by the French and Spaniards into Provence, embarked at Villa-Fraricha, and returned by Sea to Naples and Orbitello, whkhthey effected in Twelve Tranfporcs.' Upon the Return �f the Pretender's youngeft Son'to Rome, the Politicians foeeringly faid, That the Air oxtbe ether Side the Mountains did not agree ivith his Conflitu'-tion. Letters from Mantua mention a Report, that the Duke of Modena will be put to the Ban of the Empire, and that the Duke of Cumberland will pafs over into the Low-Countries to take on him the Command of the Allied Army in the Room of Prince Charles, who is to repair to Vienna, and from thence into Italy, there to govern the Auftrian Dominions with the Title of Vicar General. According to fome Adviries from" Spain, the King has written a Letter to the Marquis de la" M'ina, -in which he exprefles his Surprize, that he fo fuddenly quitted the Camp which Count Gages had formed j and a Minifter at Madrid is in Danger, of- being difgraced, becaufe he wrote to that General without the Knowledge of his Catholic Majefty. Thefe Advices add, that the moft preffing Orders have been fent to all Parts of the Spanifh Monarchy, for making numerous Levies of Troop*. They write from Vienna, that a Courier is arrived there from London, with his Britannic Majefty's Approbation of the Plan for the Continuance of the Operation�in Italy ; and that the Commanders, appointed to review the Affair of Baron Trenck, having done^ that Officer's Cir-cumftances are thought to i ; rather rendered worfe than better. From the London Gazette. From the King of Sardinia's Camp at Bordighers, OJIofer* 6, N.S. . The 4th, Major General Marquis Balbian marched with 15 Battalions from Saorgio to the Foot of the Mountains, occupied by the Enemy ; where the Chevalier de la SaU-niere, Lieutenant Colonel, at the Head of the Voluntiersj attacked and took the Enemy's firft. Poft near Col de Pe-ruzo, being fuftained by Col. Count Pampara, with four Companies of Grenadiers, five Piquets, and 50 Carabineers, who had Orders to make himfelf Mafter of all the Potts of Peruzo, whilft Colonel Alfier, at the Head of a like Number of Grenadiers, Piquets, and Carabineers, marched to the Left to occupy the Col de Gier, and to block up Pena. All this was executed with Succefs, and the Enemy driven from the feveral Pofts round- Sefpello ; but as their Force in that Town was very confiderabie, which enabled them to fend continual Succours to their Pofts that gave Way ; and as the Night began to fall, the Advantages already gained could be paihed no farther. To keep up a Concert of Operations; his Majefty detached the fame Day Brigadier Martidi with 600 Men of our Troops, and 400 Auftriafts, to Bevera ; from whence he took Pof-feffion of the Pofts of Strafulco, and the Caffines of Bog-lioni. The 5th in the Mornings the Enemy feeing Mar. quis Balbian's Corps ready to attack Sofpello, abandoned the Place with Precipitation, as well as CafteL'ar and Ca-ftiglione; and retired to Peglia, to the Number of 14 Battalions. We loft on this Occafion but a few Men, and 3 Officers wounded ; but the Enemy very confiderably. In the mean time, Chevalier Martini fent a Detachment of 400 Men under the Colonel Count de la Tour, an Auftrian Lieutenant Colonel, and Major Galean, to attack the Pofts about Monte Marioca, where the Enemy had tooo Men very advantageoufly pofted ; who, notwithstanding the Superiority of their Number, were driyehfrom RocktoRock, to the very Foot of the Caftle of Ventimiglia, with the Lofs of feveral killed and wounded, and fome Prifoners, amongft which is o�e French Officer. On oilr Side we loft 47 Men, but no Officer. Upon the firft Rumour of thefe Sacceffes, the French Garrifon of Ventimiglia, and. the Brigade of Burgundy, that was encamped near the Place, retired in great hafte, and abandoned (he Towri, frbm whence Deputies immediately brought the Keys to the King. General Gorani, who was" the neareft at hand, marched into Ventimiglia with four Auftrian Ba,tta!iofis, ten Companies "of our Grenadiers, and 100 Carabineers, and placed a Guard of 60 Grenadiers and 20 Carabineers without the Town, to check the Garrifon Of 300 French that wer? in the Caftle, from whence they fir'd briflcly the whole Day upon diir People, The fame Day M-, Martini's Corps was reinforced with 14 Companies of Grenadiers ; by which he was enabled to pufh fix Companies of Grenadiers at Layte, and thofe of feveral other Pofts near Menton. In their Retreat* the Enemies blew up Roccatagliata, and the Paflage -pi Bauce Rofs ; and feeing that Marqnis Balbira had detached a Corps to-attack the Col de Brain, they immediately a-bandoned it; by which Tune their whole Army wai gor, as far back as between Peglia and'Turbia." The Caftle of Penrla, upon having its Com�kncatic� cut off, fiirrender'd by Capitulation, by which 4 Officer* and 57 Men were made Prifoners of War; and we found fome Arms and Ammunition in the Caftlei The 6th in the Morning all Meafures were taken for erecting Batteries agtinft the Caftle of Vintimiglia. C*mf about 10 Miles diftant from Quinparley Bay, againft which Place they ployed brifkly, and fee km fite feveral Times: That on the 26th at Night the Camp broke up, and they marched to Quinparley Bay j the 27 th and 28 th the Troops embarked; the 29th it blew very hard, and the 30th it was moderate, and the ift of October the Admiral made Signal for weighing, and in the Evening, the above Store-fhip was feparated from the Fleet, and did not know whether all the Fleet got out of the Harbour that Evening. Fatntouthi 03. 10. We have Advice by the Duke of Cumberland Tranfport arrived in Catwick Road near this Place, that the Britifh Troops, after the Defcent on the Coaft of France, had been re-imbarked on Sunday the 28th of September: That the Admiral made the Signal for the whole Fleet to fail on the ift of Oflober, which they accordingly did that Afternoon ; but in the Night a ftrorig Gale coming on, the faid Tranfport having loft her Fore-top-fail-yard, was feparated from the reft of the Fleet, and the next Morning could only fee the Buchanan, another Tranfport belonging to Lieutenant General Harrifon's Rrfgiment j and on Sunday the 4th of October came up with two other Tranfports belonging t� Brigadier Richbell's Regiment, and a Store-fhip, who had likewife been feparated from the Fleet the firft Night, which none of them had feen fince. Plymouth, 08. jo. This Day arrived a Cartel Ship with 242 Englifh Prifoners from St, JVlalo's, which Place fhe left Yefterday. The Captain reports, that he heard at St. Malo'Sj that Admiral Leftock had landed his Forces the 23d paft about three Leagues to the Weftward of Port L'Orient; that they were on Shore eight Days, and had deftroyed two or three Villages, and afterwards retreated on board without any Lofs. But by what he could learn, they were not ftrong enough tb attack Port L'Orient^ which Place he heardTeiierday at St. Malo's the Englifh had left, and were going into Quibeton Bay, or under BeJlifte, which had alarmed the whole Country. That the 29th paft, the Pretender's Eldelt Son, with, about 30 of his Followers, landed' about three Leagues ta the Weftwardof Morlaix at Bofcort- in the Happy Privateer of jo bans arid 300 Men, and the Prince of Conti Privateer of 22 Gutis ifad 2413 Men in Company, both, which were fitted out for rjiaf. Service at the Expence of the French Stag frbrri St. Malo's. The Pretender's Son, AD V ERTISE M EN TS are r.aken in tor this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, hi Lombard-Street.
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