General Advertiser, October 20, 1746

General Advertiser

October 20, 1746

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 20, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. IN KB. MONDAY, October 20, 1746. Deal9 051 oler 18. RRIVED a Man of War Sloop, but know not her Name. Game down the. Catherine, Perry^ for Lifbon i and remain with the Ship as in my laft. Wind Eaft. The Hamburgh Arms, Myers; and City of Hamburgh,-, from Hamburgh, are arrived in the River. The Ruby, Saundejs, from Leghorn, at Naples. The Two Brothers, flexion, from Leghorn, at Venice. Since our laft arriv'd a Mail from Holland. Madr'J, Oil. 3. The Queen is entirely recovered of her Flux. Their Majeft;e3 Entry is fixed to the 10th Inftant, and we are hard at Work in preparing for it. The Infant Don Philip is not come hither, as has been given out, and there is a Talk of raifing 20,000 Men,in order to complete the Army of that Prince by the Beginning of next Spring. M.,de Chavigny fet out Yefterday for Li/bon, and the Report continues that he has prppofed the Marriage of the iladplu'ri with the Infanta Maria-Antenietta.  Vifcount Pome de Lima, the new Portugueze AmbafTador, arrived here on Thurfday laft with a numerous Retinue. Turin, OH. 9. The Knemy havfc not only aban'don'd their Entrenchments at Ventimiglia, and alfo the Pofts of Caftellar and ' Caftalione, but even Sofpello, where they had 12 Battalions, who made an Appearance of defending themfelves, and in general all the other Places quite to Nizza, whither his Sardinian Msjefty is marching, General Novati has been fent to the King by the Marquis de loiti, who continues Hill in his Command, to notify to his MajeiVy, that the Army under him have received Orders 10 march into Provence, which mail be executed as foonas the'neceffary Mcafttte* are concerted- for that Purpofe. Vienna, 03. 12. The Papal Nuntfo had Yetterday his Public Audience made.by the Court of Vienna, with regard to the accepting under prpper Security, theSomsdue in Germany to Subjects oJr the Republick, as Payment of the Contributions : But' as great Con-, ttfts arofe, and no means could be found to. make the particular Debtors agree-to this, the Propofal.wa's thrown oat by a Majority of Voices. It h ftill given out, that the Imperialdb intend to mike an Imbarkation for the King-wan of Naples. dmjicdam, 03. 24. According to letters from Aleppo, �f Anguit 2,. a Caravan of io,coo Camels was arrived there from Baifora, where every Thing was quiet, and they had great Hopes of .an approaching Peace, or at leaft Armiftice, between the Porte and Perfia. The Advices "Otn France agree, that the Merchant' Ships bound to Martinico and Sr. Domingo, are failed from BourdeauxK and the 0. her Ports of the Kingdom; and two Englifh' Men of War* had driven a French Man of War affiore, and Branded her. It is added, that two Men of War of the Duke d'Anville's Squadron are arrived at Brett,, hav- . ing been feparated from the fleet near the Banks of Newfoundland oy a violent Terapeft : But we generally look upon this to be a Miftake, and imagine thofe two Ships may belong to the Fleet which laded laft. from Bordeaux.  Hague, On. 25. We learn, that Orders haye^ been dif-patch'd to the Regiments of Praetorius, ViUa^ee^Dlffem-Gottorp, and Patot, Infantry, who were in Garrffon at Teurnayj as alfo to 10 Companies of each of the following Regiments of Foot, viz. Eck van Panthaleon, Thierry, Brakel and Majoribanks, belonging to the.fame Garrifon, and to .'Hind's Swifs, and de la" Rcque's Foot, that were afc Denrfei monde, and to Schiiltz van Ha'ger's, who are; all at1 Liberty to {erve again| on New-Year's,Day next, to get t&emlelves enthely complete and ready to ferve by the 25 th of March. We are affined, that the Quarters are all fettled for the Troops-in the Allied Army, and that the Horie-Giiards will winter here. "There are Letters from Paris which fay, that the Marriage of the Dauphin with Pripcefs Mary-Jofeph of Poland and Saxony will be'foon declar'd at Courr; Copenhagen, Off. 15, Thefbrrowfol Air that has reign'd at Cqurt, and in the Ch?t fihce the Death of the late King, begins gradually to diffipate fince the Royal Corpfe has been deposited in the Vault of oar Kings at Rolchild. Laft Sunday the Garrifon begun to mount Guard with their Military. Myfixk, and the Bells have given over tolling four Hours a Day. LONDON. ' The Prince of Wakjeck and Marfhal Saxc have both pub-lifted Accounts of the Action on the nth Inftact, which concur in (hewing the Brdvery of the Troop* in the Left Wing of the Allied Army, who were overcome merely by -J the vaft Superiority of Numbers, and the \frant of a faffi-cient Train of A�iUery- . His Highnefigreatly commends the Behaviour of all that were ixndtfr him, Officers and Soldiers, and ipeaks -parricufer)y.�df Prince of Birek-enfeld, to whofe Conduct the gotd Order of the Retreat vyaschie% owing. . 'r � By Advices from Warfaw and Stockholm we learn, that while the Diet of Poland is embarrafs'd with Heats and Divifions, that of Sweden proceeds wilh- fuch HAnony, that great F.xpegtations are formed from it for the Good of the Kingdom. The Duke Robert, Sannderfon, from London to Virginia, is taken by the French* and carried into Port Louis. The Harriet andThepdofia, Reed, from Peterfbttrgh, for London, is branded near Revel. ^gtf^ The Rofe, Smith, from Rotterdam to SanWBp is ftrarided on the Coaft of Holland, moft of the Goo^are fev'd, but damag'd. From 4m London Gazette* CcpenhagtntOa. 18. The Afiitfck Cdmpsny's Ship called the Cepenhageft, ffoni Canton, is now come into this Road, as is alfo one called the Dock From Tranquebar. They are ffill eipe&ing ofle from China, and another from TranquebaK' Awfttrdam, 08.*$, N.S. We have Advice from Paris of the 21ft Inftant, that the Englifh Troops under General Sinclair had made a fecond Defcent at the Point of Qjfi-beron.near Grucis, and had made themfelves Matters of a Battery, .which entirely covered their Camp : That the Town of Nantes was jn the utmoft Confternation, and that the'Afriere Ban hid Orders to inarch. By letters from Leige of the 21ft Inftant, Marfhal Saxe fet out upon the ioth from Tcmgres, in his Way to Bwffels and Paris, having left the Command, of the French Troops, which were faid to hatve enfirely evacuated the Territories of Leige, and to be in March fdr Loyyjun^^ro M. Lowendahl. By buf laft'Acdoutus fromjBrjjfiels; ^Kf(�^�ard of the French Army was encamped riear LeOvain, from whence it was expedted to remove qukWy lotQ Winter Quarters. 1 .'': Hague, 03. 2?, N.S> The'Trencli Army is fupppfed to ^have broke Tup aBettt the zothlttftant; and fome Advices received to Bay mention the Auftrian. IrreguUrs having already poffi^ed themfejtei of Tongeren, wjiere 1 the French had left -an Hofpital/ We have Advice here, that his Britannick Majefty's Troops made a fecond Defcent on the 15th IhHaht, upon the Coaft Qf,,Britany, a little tp the Eaft of Port Louis. The news of the young Pretender's having gained the Coaft of France, in the Neighbourhood of Morlaix, is conffrtnedj s'anus of Officers of his Mqjtfiys Britijh l>otfs Killed Wountted, Mijfing and Pi iffitrtrs, at the late ASiitn thi \\th of O&ober, 1746, N.S. Wolfe'ss Lietttenants Rickfdn arid Trollop wounded. Graham's, Lieuterant-Cclonel Mbntaga and Major" Sowle, PrifoneTs. "Captains Rawfthorrie/ Delgarno, 'Dsf-urifay, and Captain-Litu-.enant.H^ckfhaw, kill'd or mif-ng. Capt. Sir Henry1" Nefbi'1, dead" of :his WcjUnds; Capt. Bdl. wounded.' Lieutenants Sowle''and Sale, and Enfign Talbot, killed or miffing. Enfign Nairn, wounded. '. Howard's, Cape. Leake aird Lreut.; Campbell, killed or mifEng. Lieut.Cuthbcrt and Ei.fign/M'Farlapr, wounded*- Douglafss, Major, Kendal^ wounded; and Lieutenant Cruikftianksj wounded. Slgn'd, Thomas Cockayne, Adju ant-General. A Return of the Killed, Wounded, Mifjing and Prifoneri of his Majefifs Britijh Troop, m the Aaion neaf Liege, 03. 11, N.S. 7he Brigade of Dragoons. Royal North Britife, Men, kill'd 2, wounded 5 ; and Horfes kill'd 1', wounded 6. Rothes's, Men, wounded 3 ; and Horfes kill'd 6, miffing 1, wounded 7.

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