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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 17, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Advertifef. WEDNESDAY, September 17, 1746. Deal, September 15. ^RRIVED his Majefty's Ship the Prince Edward, from LHbon ; Prince Edward's Prize ; Jupiter's Prize, Skinner; the Concord, Coates, and the Friendfhip, Nichols, from LifbOn; and the St. George, Sweetman, from Leg-horn.Alfb' arrived the Granada Bomb, from Portfmouth. Wind W.N.W. Grave/end, Sept. 15. Pafs'd by John Gaily, Craige, from Bofton; Jenny, Watfon, from Maryland; John, Macall, from St. Kitts; Argyle, Clark, from Virginia; and Chriftiana, Teamell, from Stockholm. Portfmouth, Sept. 15. Yefterday arrived from the Downs the Mercury, Hargrave; Basan, Betfey -T Chriftiaji, Jeffrey ; Diligent, Strong; and the John and Thomas, Hornby. The Henrietta, Hood, from St. Kitts and Lilbon, is ar-L rived in the Downs. Vienna, Sepi.y. Couriers arrive here daily from our Armies and the Allied Courts, whofe Dispatches occafioa the holding frequent Councils. We are allured, that there will be another Army formed in the Modenefe, confining of the Regiments of Horfe, which are returned from the Marquis de Botta, the Body of Warafdins already arrived in the Mantuan, a fecond Corps of the fame Troops^ the Regiments detach'd from Prince Lobkowitz's Army, and fome of thofe that are quartered in Hungary. The Erriperor has caufed the Principality of Gnaftalla to be taken Poffeffion of in the Name of the Empire. The Prince of Gonzaga, Who is at Munich, and forms Pretentions to Mantua, lays Claim alfo to this Imperial Fife  And the Counts de Parades in Spain would put m like wife, if they had not fold their Rights to the Queen Dowager, who bought them to make the intended Eftabiifhment for Don Philip the more complete. Madridy Sept. 1. A few Days fince their MajelHes went to fee the new Palace which the late King Bad caufed to be begun, and which was already carried on to the Principal Apartment. Their Maje&ea, who feemed'to be far from fa-tisfied, fignified to the Architect that the Infide Was badly difpofed, and that for eight Millkms of Piaftres, which the half of this Edifice had coft, a great deal more Light might have been let into it. The King added, that the Money was ill laid out, and that if he had feen fooner what was doing, he would have put a Stop to it: That tie Building might, indeed, be made a magnificent Citadel, but that it never could be a Royal Palace. The? Ar-chittd anfwer'd, That his late Majefty approved the Plan, and that-But he was not permitted to fay any more, for fear hefhould have added, that the Plan was the late King's own, who was the beft Engineer in the Kingdom. When their Majefti* withdrew, they paid a Vifit to the Queen-Dowager, and ftaid with her upwards of two Hours. The DukedeSora, Prince of Piombino, Grapd Mafter of the Houfhold to the King of the Two Sicilies, arrived here on Wednefday laft, in Quality of Ambaffador-Extraordinary, to pay his Compliments to his Majefty. Stockholm, Sept. 6. All the Senators, who'had been for fome Time af their Country-Seats,, being returned hither, the Sewte aflembled Yefterday rn full Houfe, and, we hear, that the principal Bufineft to be there done, as well as in the Chancery, is to reduce inta Order the Matters that will be propofed to the Deliberations of the Dyet. 1 Since the Declaration made by Colonel Lefley, that fuch of the Swedifh Officers engaged for the intended Expedition, which did not take Place, as had a Mind to enter into the French King's Service in France, fhoald be received upon the common ErVablifhmeflt, 120 Of then! are fet out from Gottenburgh ; but the felt to the Nomber of 60, have thrown up their Comntiffions, and! refum'd their Pofts in 1 the Troops of this Kingdom. From the London Gazette. Maejfricit, Sept. 17. The Day before Yefterday the advanced Pofts of the Light Troops and of fome Free Companies of the Allies, were- at acked on this Side of Maeze, opposite fc> Vifef, by a large French Detachment, which put our People immediately into Cbnf jfion, and difperfed them. We nave upwards of'40 killed, and fane Prisoners. It is the,fir# Dikdva�tage> we hive had �f the like Nature during this Campaign, This Morning at Eight, our Army decamped from thi� City, aud marched Awards the French ; the Right Wing is to extend itfelf as �r as Tongres, where the Left Wing of the French is encamped. Munich, Sept. 1 z, N.S. Velt Marfhal Prince Lobkowitz paffed through this Town two Days ago in his Way to Vienna. Two Auftrian Regiments of Foot, and one of Horfe, Part of thofe who lately compofed the Camp at Hailbron, are ordered for Italy, and the reft for the Brif-gaw. The abovemention'd Prince Lobkowitz, the Prince de Salm, and Count Colloredo, who had Commands in that Corps, have Leave to difpofe of their Equipages. The Ele&or our Sovereign will return to this Capital from Drefden on the 15 th Inftant. The fecond Divifion of that Body of our Troops yielded to the Maritime Powers, is arrived at Donawert, and the third Divifion is in full March for the fame Place. Hague, Sept. 20, N.S. The Redu&ion of the Town of Genoa is now confirmed by all the Letters from Paris, and feems to be a total Conqueft not only of the Capital, into which Count Brown is laid to have entred on the 8th Inftant, but of the whole Territory of that Republick, whofe Senate was preparing to fend a folemn Deputation, compofedj according to fome Letters, of its Doge and fix principal Senators, to Vienna. The Remains of the French and Spanifh Army are faid, by the fame Paris Letters, to have gained Ventimiglia, and the Infant Don Philip even Nice, in their Retreat, or rather Flight, towards the Frontiers of France. Ail the Advice we have here from our Army in this Neighbourhood is, that on the 17th Inftant it made a Motion towards the Jaife, and pu&ed its Right Wing within a fmall Diftance of Tongres, where M. Saxe had one of the Extremities of his Army. It is now certain, that the Siege of Namur began the 11 th Inftant, and is pufhed on with the greateft VigcwJ by the French, who are faid to have already made them-felves Matters of fome Out-Pofts. The Council of State has granted to the Auftrians Waggons far the Tranfportation of their Forage from Boifleduc to the Army. The three Engfifh Regiments remained on Saturday laft in their Cantonment at Willemftadt. Whitehall, Sept. 16. The King has been pleafed to conftitute and appoint John Bradiireet, Elq; to be Lieutenant Governor of St. John in Newfoundland. LONDON. Letters from Genoa make it doubtful whether the Infant Don Philip will not take a Voyjiee to Maple?., |o yiilt titf-J. King of the Two Sicilies hisbrother, "dr Jir patnif to Pa-1 ris, to wait upon tbe King of France his Father-in-law, rather than purfue the direft Way to Madrid. The Party of the Infurgents is very much increafed in Corfica, and advance towards Baftia in great Numbers. Among other Regulations made by the New King of Spain, he has publifh'd a Decree, annulling all the Reversions of Places, which, after the French Manner, were granted by Philip V. and declaring that thofe only, who are founi to have the neceffary Qualifications, (ball enjoy the Benefit of their Grams, in preference tc other Candidates. The Swedifh Eaft India Company have made a Dividend of theProfits arifing from the Return of their three Ships, the Colmar, the Frederick, and the Pitterhufe, whiek amounted to 33 per C. upon the two former, and 40 upoq the latter. They expeft 9 or 10 per C. more when their Accounts are exa&ly fettled, and & at leaft from what was fared out of the Gottenburgh. His Polifh Majefty's Departure for Warfaw was haftened by the Arrival of two ExprefTes from the Primate; importing that the Grandees and Nuncios were affenrbled, and waked only for his Majefty's Prefence to open the Dyet. The Confummation of the Double Marriage between the Electoral Houfes of Bavaria and Saxony* is (aid to be put off till nett Spring, when the Elector of Bavaria is to make another Tour to Drefden. There is a Talk at Copenhagen of a hew Treaty between that Court and the Crown of Spain,- which is to take Place after the Arrival of the Marquis del Puerto in Denmark. By private Letters received Yefterday from Lonaken, near Maeftricht, dated Sept. 16, N.S. we learn* that the Generals of the Allied Army had that Moment held aCoun-cil of War, wherein it was agreed to raarch> early the next Morning, directly up to the French at Tongres, where the Center of the main Body of their Armyy and Marfhal Saxe's Head Quarters then were, and to attack them immediately ; fo that if the French flood their Ground, as they foeaa'd determin'd to do by their not having call'd in any of their advanced Pofts, fome of which were within three little Miles of our Army, a general Atliem mutt have happen'd on the 18th or roth of Sept. N.S. atfurtheft. And by Letters received at the fame Time from the Hague we learn, that an Account was arrived there of General Brown's having entered the City of Genoa on the 7th _� , -�--rr 1 �� � - IV. - � of Sept. N.S. at Night, and planted Soldiers at all the City Gates, in order to prevent any Money or valuab';6 Effects being removed"; that the Senate was in the greateft Confufion imaginable, and had fent out Orders to all the Governors of the feveral Fdrtrefles, to deliver them up to the Imperial Troops; and that, tho' the* ftridtft OrdeVs" ' were given to prevent plundering, yet 'twas found impofii-ble to hinder the Soldiers from coming in for a little Booty. Some private Letters from Italy fay, that the Preliminaries for an Accommodation between the Combined Crowns and the RepubHck of Genoa were fettled, if not figned ; by which that State agrees to yield the Marqui-fate ef Final to the King of Sardinia, the Town and Dif-tricl; of Sarzana to the Emperor as Grand Duke of Tuf-cany, and confents alfo to pay a large Sum of Money towards the Expences of the War. Amongft the French and Spanifh Prifoners taken during this laft Campaign in Italy, it is remarkable that there O are 1200 Officers, many of them of Diftin&ion. His Majefty's Sloop the Albany, Capt. Coleby, failed p from Louifbourgb on the 7th of July, difpatch'd Exprefs JK to Admiral Wairen at Bolton, and was taken the 19th W ditta, bytheCallor, a French Man of War, commanded t-� by the Chevalier Salade, and carried into Chcbruta, where p they left all the Albany's People, except the Captain, Lieutenant; Purfer* and Surgeon, amongft the Canada r Indians. The Caftor and Aurora Men of War are ar* rived at Breft. 'Tis faid the above Men of War have taken 14 fmall ' 1^. Englifli VefTelsj mod of which they burnt. _ 5*-* OT^"eT^aTlc^BatrTs7*rrcm'(^t6 MortfleTrar, RfiraP� by the French* and carried into Marttnico. ^1 The King of Sardinia, bound from Santa^Cnra to London, is taken by the Shoreham Privareer of Namz, of 22 Guns and 300 Men, arid carried into. Breft. The Prince William, Butler, frcm London and Milford, to Gibraltar, was lately taken near Gibraltar. We hear that Prince Cherbatow, Ambafladot t6 this Court from Ruflia, is (till to remain here in that Cha-r Night, on Thurfday TO fllfHolfle^rHdJgnWBl Bg& Bunlta Bedfordfhire, about Ten o'Clock at Night, on Thu____. laft, was feiz'd with an Apopleftick Fit;^fell from his Horfe and died inftatitly, greatly lamented. On Suoday Morning laft died, at the Hott-WeHs at Briftol,- in the 23d Y�ar.of hjs Age, the". Hon. Jphn Roberts,, Efq; Nephew to the Earl of Radjanr. His Body is to be brought to Chelfea, tq be interr'd in 3 Vault hi that Church, amongft.his Anceftors. Yefterday Morning the Hackney Coachman (who was Advenifed in this Paper, for haying infulted, his Fare-on Friday laft in S'ho^editeb) was take,n up, and. 1 cajraed before fhe Right Hon. the; Lord Mayor, and beJng^rjrQv!d guilty of the Offence he waa eharg'd withy he was committed to Bridewell by his Lorldfhip. Extra3 of a Letter from Gojpatti, j^; � One of the Rev. Mr,-Whitfield's Folferwers has for fome Time paft preached at Portfmouth, from whence he came over, and preached on the Beach of this Town ; the two firft Times he met with very little Oppofition, but the" third he was very roughly handled by the Sailors and others, being in as bad a Cond ition as if' he had flood in the Pillory } and,. I am informed, he has fincemet with the fame Reception at Portfmouth ; upon which he has taken his Departure from thefe Parts,- and, I believe, will, for the future^ be very cautious of coming into Sea-port Towns to make Profelytei, * Thurfday laft three Gentlemen belonging to & Man of War in this Harbour, went in:o a Publick Houfe yith x Gun they were going a fhooting rwiih. one of them put fome loofe Gunpowder into the Barrel and went into it ft AD V ERTISE MEN TS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Ccf fbe-Hovse, in fxjmbard-Street*. Cape-Britain for Ever, ;