General Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 6, 1845, London, Middlesex
The General Advertifer. K�M8, 3^45. TUESDAY, August 6, 1745. Veal, Auguji 4. AILED the Onflow, Keates, for Newfoundland. Remain Prince George^ Duke, Dover, Weazle, and iEtna Firefhip ; the Young Noll Privateer, and Outward-bound. Came down the Immaculate Conception, for Leghorn. Wind S.byE. The Tryal, Jefferies, is arrived at Carolina, from the Havannah. The Two Friend6, Carr, fiom London* at Carolina. The Port Royal Packet, Wadham, from Carolina, at P1j mouth. The Induilry, Pearcy, from New-York, at Dublin. LONDON. Ycllerday arrived the Mails due from Holland and Flanders. According to Letters from Conftantinople of the 14th of June, N.S. the Perfians have retired to Zefflis, Capital of Georgia ; fince which the Garrifon of Trebifond, which was in great Danger, has been reinforced and provided with all NecdTaries. There has been a Rencounter in the Neighbourhood of Kars between a Detachment of pirfian Troops and a Body of Tuiks, in which the latter were worlled, and Muilapha Bafhaw, who headed them, mortally wounded ; but this Affair is of no great Confe-qucnte. The Serafkier was advancing towards Kars, having an unlimited Power in all military Affairs ; but they fay, he l.as loll a great many Men on the Route by Defertion. But what gives the Porte moll Uneafinefs is the Revolt of Namul Ogiu Bafhaw, a Man of Courage, and very rich too, who has got together ab~ut 40,000 Men, and beat fome of the Grand Seignor's forces. The Captain-Baihaw (H igh-Admiral) has put to Sea with five Sultanas and two Gallie?, being all the Naval Force that he conld \Jmw together. Extract of a Letter from the Auflrian Camp at Rivarone, in the Diftricl of Alexandria de la Pallia, dated the 7.7 bof July, K.S. ' i he two Annies under the Command of the Infant ' Don Philip and Count Gage, which joined the 19th In- * itanr, have again fcptrated, after inveiting Seravalle, and ' erecting fome Batter.es before that Place. The Infant's * Army nays near Bofco along the River Orba; and Count ' Gage has marched on as far as BalTa Acqua and the ' To*er of Garofalo between Alexandria and Tortona, * which lad Place he intends to befiege. A considerable ' Detacheicnt from the Count's Army appeared the 25th * Inft. eppofite to our Camp, in order to reconnoitre the * Banks of the Tanaro below Alexandria. The Waradins * and Huffars that were on this Side the River, retired at " the Enemy's Approach, thinking the Detachment * tlronger than it was ; but General Schulembourg having " been informed of if, he fent them back to harrafs the 0 Spaniards, which they did fuccefsfully, and made them � retire to tbeir Camp with the Lofs of a few Men killed, * befides fome taken Prifoners. There is a great Defertion * among the Enemy's Troups. ' The two Armies (Aullrian and Piedmonteze) keep in * Sight of each other, and are fo advantagioufly potted, * that they don't apprehend being attacked, tho' much in-' ferior in Number to the Enemy ; for both together make ' but 42,000 Men : whereas the Spaniards, Neapoli'ans, ' French and Genoefe amount to upwards of 75,000 Men. ' However, Gene.al Schulembourg has thought fit to fend * the Equipages, the heavy Baggage, the Magazines and ' tae riofpitals, over the Po. We have likewife under- * mined the Convent of the Fathers of the Trinity, in or-' der to blow it up if Occafion requires; becaufe, in cafe ' Z,.. l^.