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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 29, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. Nu M B> 374?. WEDNESDAY,   October 29,   1746. Deal, Oftober 27. RRIVED Dettingen, Blackburn, from Jamaica. Remain his Ma-jefty's Ships the Advice, Briftol, Litchfield*, Experiment, Lys, Ferret Sloop, andGranada Bomb; 5' Neptune, Grindall, for Maryland; Succefs, Watts s and Catherine, Perry, for Lifbon ; the Montague, Smith, for Gibraltar ; Ruby, Moon; for Carolina; Leech, Drummond, for Virginia; Winchefter, Boage, for Ireland; Succefs, Bedard, for Plymouth; Hunter, Keates, for Newfoundland; Alexander. Reeves, for Dartmouth; and all the Tranfports. Came down Thomas and Dorothy, far Carolina--, Foffet, for ditto ; Fortune, Ruffef, for Philadelphia ; Port-Bean, Paul, for Falmouth. WindN.W. Grave/end, Off. 27. Pafs'd by the Delight, Bailey ; St. Lawrence, Auftin ; Concord, Hill ; Refolution, Finder ; Indoftry, Bailey ; John and Robert, Bratling ; the Cflnqueft, Hooper ; Mary, Howfon; and Catherine, Joad; from Peterfburgh ; Brotherhood, Woodall; the Induftry, Deer; Prince William, Suggate ; and Greyhound, Sun-ham, from Riga ; Bofton-Gally, Clark, from New-England ; Scomo, Seaman, from Lifbon. The Oxford, Reeves, from Barbadoes, is arrived at Philadelphia. Since our laft arrived a Mail from Holland. Sclogna, Off. 15. Some Regiments of Imperial Horfe are upon the March for Liguria [tbt State rf Genoa) in order to take the Road of Provence. Many are of Opinion, that the Enterprize againft France will be fupported by an Embarkation of Troops, which fhall land upon the Coaft at the fame Time that the Army advances, and that the Defign of the Auftrian and Piedmontefe Generals are to provide Winter-Quarters for their Troops upon the Territories of France, in cafe the Seafon will not permit them to continue the Operations, in order to make v_onquefts there. According to good Advices, the Pa'ffdge of the Var is defended only by 6 compleat Battalion;, and by the Remnants of M. Maillebois's Army, which are reduced very low, notwithftanding the Recruits drawn from the Militia, which have been fent him from Time to Time. We are allured however, that Troops are fending thither by feveral Ways, in order to defend the Frontiers of Provence, and that Arms have been distributed to the Peafants : But thefe Accounts add, that France having an Invafion to fear in Dauphiny at the fame Time, fhe will be obliged to leave Part of the Succours (he is fending, upon the Frontiers of that Province; aad that the Peafants, knowing the great Superiority of the Imperial and Piedmontefe Army coming into their Country, feem more difpofed to fubmit to the Viftors with a good Grace, than to provoke them by a fruitlefs Refinance. Time will gives us farther Light into thefe Things. In the mean while, it js certain that the French, after having pillaged and ruined Villafraneha and Nice, kave entirely abandon'd ail that they had on this Side the Var, in order to fortify themfelves upon that River as well as they are able. Florence, Off. 15. King Theodore has been for fome Days in this City, without appearing in Public. He comes from Leghorn,-where he has been concealed a whole Year, and 'tis thought he has a Defign to go over into England", fince we are allured pofitively, that the Emprefs will preferye*Q>rfica under the Dominion of the Genoefe, and not deprive that Rejfublic of its Liberty. All the contrary Reports are without Foundation, and the bed Letters from Vienna aiTure, that her Majefty's Intention never was to fubjugate the Genoefe by caufing her Army to march into their Country,. but only to diflodge her Enemies, and open toherfelf a Way.into Provence. All the Auftrian Generals, Officers and Soldiers, difcover the utmoft Ardour for this Expedition. The Republic his obtained farther Time for the Payment of what flill remains of the Contri-. buaqns. Mantua, Off. 2,1. General Count Brown, who arrived hereon the 16th fets out To-morrow, to put himfelfaf the Head of 46,000, Imperialifta and Piedmonteie, who-are to penetrate into Provence, where, we are. affured, the; Emprefs and the King of Sardinia will have 'r 00,000 Men-fey the next Spring. Part of the Infatnry, that are; to 'begin the Enterprize, will embark on the Coaft of Genoa, and land in Provence, aodthe Horfe-will march thro' Piedmont and the County tf Nice'. Dr?fd*�, Off. 26. The Court is expected here fronv vvarfaw in the Month of December next.. The Marquisettes Mars, Ambaffador frani France, hath fent Orders to hire one of the largeft Houfes in this City. Every Thing feems to foreteH that this Minifter will make a very brilliant Embaffy, and, at the fame Time, a very agreeable one to their Majeftjes. M. de Mortevilk, whom the States-General have nominated theirv Refideiu at this Court, arrived here frorri Berlin fix Days ago. Berlin, Off. 29. The Privy-Counfellor Ferber is not the only Perfon who has incurred the King's juft Indignation, by Defigns and Machinations equally notorious and criminal : There have been others, in the fame cafe, conducted to Spandau, and one of them is the Refident of a certain German Court. The Enormity of their Conduct may be guefled at from the Neceffity the King is under of inflicting Death upon them : But never was Bafenefs, and the Abuie of a great Prince's Clemency carried farther than in this Affair, as a little Time will make evident. General Count Bernes arrived here from Vienna the Day before Yefterday, and the fame Day a Secretary of the Ruffian Embaffy pafled thro1 here, in his Way from Franckfort upon the Mayne to Peterfburgh. The Marquis de Valori received lately a Cabinet Courier from his Court, whom he immediately fent forward for-Warfaw. Franckfort, Off. 30. There are actually here, and in other Cities of the Empire, feveral Pruffun Officers, to en-lift Recruits for the Service of his Pruffian Majefty. As they give large Entrance Money, they find a great Number of Men earneft to take on among them. Cologne, Off. 31. We learn from Fontainbleau, that the three Ships ef the Duke d'Anville's Squadron, two of which came into Rreft, and the other was obliged to run a ground, efcaped a moil furious Storm, which that Fleet met with on the Coaft of Acadia, juft as it was going to attack Cape Breton. They are much afraid, that the Duked'Anville's own Ship, and three more Men of War, are alfo loft, as well as moft of the Tranfports, of which no Tidings are arrived. We are affured that 11 Battalions and 6i Squadrons of-French are marching from Flanders towards the Rhine and the Mofeile, in order to take Poffeffion of the City of Treves, and fo cut off all Communication with Germany from the Garrifon of Luxemburgh. But fome Advices fay this is only a Pretence, and that the true Defign of the French is to avail themfelves of thejjeafoo, and the Ab-fence of the Hanoverians, in order to make an Invafion into their Electorate at a Time, when it is leaft expected, caufe a Diverfion to the King of Great-Britain's Troops, and give that Monarch a fevere Blow by ravaging his German Dominions. Bruffels, Off. 3 1. All the Troops are now in the Gar-rifons that have been affigned them. Some Difpolitions, however, are ftill making, the Object of which is unknown; but Orders have been given for the Artillery at Namur to be ready to move at an Hour's \Varning. This Morning 800 Chefts of Provifions were fent away for Mons. Marshal Saxe continues here, and receives frequent Couriers from Verfailles ; but we know not therContents of their Difpatches. Since the Winter Quarters of the French Army have been regulated, the Auftrian Huffars begin a-I jgain to fcour the Country, and make Incurfions to the very Gates of this City. On this Occafion it has been tnought proper to eftablifh good Ports upon the Road, from Cot-tenberg to Louvain, and to Ter Vunren and Weiffebeck. Breda, N0V. r. The Earl of Sandwich is expected back from the Hague at the End of this Week. Orders are given to make Preparations for a fuperb Feftival, which that Nobleman propofes to celebrate on the 10th Inftant,. being the Anniverfary of the King of Great-Britain's Birth-Day. There will be Illuminations, a great Supper, and a, Ball, to which all the Perfons of beft Diftinction in the City will be invited. There will be fome alfo from other Places, and even from the Hague. The Englifh Troops, whofe Winter Quarters are to be in the Barony of, Breda, are upon the March to take Poffeffion of them. Hague, No-v. 2... Count Harrach has already waited on the Principal Members of the Government, and imparted "to them the Difpofitions of the Emprefs Queen with regard to the Conferences at Breda. The Return of the Courier difpatch'd by the Marquis de Puyfieux with the more Impatience, as h;s Anfwer will not only fettle the Time ' of Opening the Conferences, but may even decide their Succefs. The Armiftice will depend upon the greater or leffer Facility with which the Imperial Title is acknowledged. The Earl of Sandwich's Courier is aKb expected, to bring large Explications from the Court of England. From the London Gazette. Stockholm, Off. 10. Baron Korff is to have To-morrow an Audience of his Swedifh Majefty, in which he will deliver his Credentials, as Arhbaffador Extraordinary from the Emprefs of Ruffia. Berlin,Off'. 25. Yefterday about Noon,the King of Pruffia arriv'd here from Potzdam," in very good Health. The late Privy, Counfellor Feber was executed on Saturday laft at Spandau Tor treafohable Correfpondenceis. HamBourg, Off. z8. The Debates in the Chamber .of the Nuncio's in the Diet of Poland, which continued till the r3th, being then happHy ended, they united with the Senators, and with them were prefented to his Polifh Majefty ; and having had the Honour to kifs his-Hand, the Dyet became active, and was opened for the Difpatch of Bufinefs the 14th Inftant. Cepenbagcn, Off. 29. Yefierday Morning the Mediterranean Squadron, confuting of three Men of War and a Frigate, under the Command of young Count Donnes-kiold, returned hither in good Condition,, having tcuclfd lalt at Cadiz. The Count, who has concluded a Peace or Truce between this Court and the Algerines, landed immediately upon his Arrival, and went to Jagerfberg, whCre he was very gracioufly received by their Danilh Majefties. His Danifh Majefty has declared the Duke of Wirtem-berg Oels and Major General Kaas Lieutenant Generals of the Cavalry. Camp at Tegelen near Venlo, November 1, N 3. Upon the 26th pad, Lieutenant General Sir John Ligonier marched from the Camp of Ambie, and arrived here upon the 30th with the Britifti and Heffian Troops. To morrow we fhall crofs the Meufe, and march towards Grave and Boi-lleduc. Upon the 3d the Prince of Heffe will march towards Nimeguen. General Somerfeldt, marched upon Saturday the 29th. Hague, JVW. i, N.S. We hear from Paris, that they had received Advice there, that the Englifh were again re-imbarked from the Point of Quiberon. Amongft trie: Troops, which are in March for Brittany from the Netherlands, are the Regiments of Clare and Berwick, Irifb, and Money and SeckdorfF, Swifs. Chabriant and Druru-main's Regiments of Herfe lead the Van. The Whole will confift of 20,000 Men, which were to march:.without halting. The Ban and Arriere Ban of the Province were in Motion, and the Parliament of Rennes were exerting itfelf to the utmoft in railing Men. By the. laft Letters from Italy we are informed, that the French, and Spaniards had all rcpaffed the Var. Advices from Barcelona mention,' that there vvere 3000 Men and upwards ready to embark there for Italy, and that new Levies were making in Valentia and Arragon. Hauge, No-v. 4, N.S. By our laft Advices From Paris, the Earl of Morton remained Prifoner in the Baftile ; but it was faid that his Lady and his Family were to be releafed upon the 31ft paft. The News of the great Lofs of the French at the Pafiage of the Var, is not confirmed; but we have Accounts, that the King .of Sardinia had worfted the Enemy indifferent Actions upon the 14th and 15th paft, and the following Days, and had thereby made him-lelf Mafter of the whole County of Nice, and it was expected his Majefty would march forthwith into Provence. The Enemy, fince their repaffing the Var, are faid to point directly towards Toulon. All the Letters from Paris agree, that the Duke d'Anville has failed in his Enterprize, but .the Circumftances of his ill Succefs are carefully conceal'di by the French Court. By our laft Advices irom'Bruffels, Marfhal Saxe continued there, and had given Orders to the French Officers not to part with their Equipages, but to hold themfelves in Readinefs to march at a Moment's Warning. The French were fortifying Louvain, and a Garrifon of 3000 Men was ordered to Niveile. Lord Chamberlain'j-Oj/ice, Off. 28:   It is His Maje fty's Pleafure, that His rJirth-Day be not kept on Thiirfday next the 30th Inftant. Lord ChamberlaWs-Office, Off. 28. The Court goes out of Mourning on Sunday next the id of November for the late King of Denmark. LONDON. The Piedmontefe have feat 22 Pieces of large Cannon and 4 Mortars to reduce th. Cafth� of Savona, and the Siege of the CafUe of Ventimiglia is attually:begun. ,->The principal Strength of this Place, cbnfifts in the-Difficulty of bringing Cannon to bear before.;it; but the Befiegers,- we are told, have already.overctof 4hat feeming^lnjpofjibility, having erected a Battery or";eighf large Pfecep of Caqnori, upon ah Eminence that commands the Fb'rtrefs, ,, t,]f,: -> 1 ia T iirrnw hum Fun fryi ilwl lln Tiuupj dUv^lUgJOgti-' ther in rBfitanjv to be commanded by the DukV'dfc-Pen-thievre, will amount to 25,000 Regulars, befides ihe Militia of the Country. ;;- The States of Brabant .have,; at laft, fubmitted tofpay.a Suhfidy.. of ,1,500,00.0 Florins,-fer Ordinaries 30$ Extria-ordinaries, to the French King ; and, it i� ex�e^ed,cfrfct Flanders,. Hainalt, and Namui willfoon follow'their1 Ex-ample. ! �      �:' ' 1 AD V ERTISE M li N y S are taken in tor this Paper,    Lloyd's C�ffke-House, in Lombard-Scrre^   

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