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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 6, 1845, London, Middlesex                                1 lief. ft uM b. 3445. WEDNESDAY,   Nov em be r 6,   1745. � Deal, November 4. ARRIVED Yefterday Afternoon his Majefty's Skips Pearl and Sheernefs, from a Cruize } and this Morning the Folkftone, and Horriet Sloop; alfo from a Cruize, and brought in a French Privateer; and lemain with his Majefty's Ship Norwich,' Admiral Vernon; Vulture Sloop, _____ and Scipio Firefhip, and the Dutch $ Admiral.   Sailed the Dutch Ship for India. WindE.N.E. C �   The Conception, Nichols, from London and Falmauth; 0 Minerva, Carter, from Tunis ; the St. Amelia, Romano; jv and Young Peter, Morie, from Chefter, are all arrived at Leghorn. $   The Levant, Carteret, from Turky, at Mahone. %   The Bacchus, Cobb, from Lynn, at Liibon. The Ruby, Bifbrown, from Barbadoes, at Dublin. Since our laft arrived the Mail from Holland; Naples, 08. 16. The Queen is a little indifpofed at Portici.   As the Barons of the Kingdom cannot furnifh the 150c Horfe, that were demanded of them; they are 'to make up the Deficiency in Money. Rome, Oci. 23. The Scotch Abbot, who came to bring the Chevalier de St. George an Account of the Succefs of his eldeft Son's Expedition, having continued three Days utAlbano, went to an Audience of the Pope, who, after a long Conference, prefentedhim with four Medals of Gold. The People appeared very joyful at the Arrival of the Marquis de Prie, who is come hither in Quality of Envoy-Extraordinary from the Emperor, to notify his Election. This Lord had refolved not to execute his Commiffion till after the Feaft of All-Saints; but the Pope having given him to underftand, that he might do it when he thought proper, his Excellency came Yefterday from Caffel-Gan-delfo, with Cardinal Alexander Albani, who introduced him to the Pontiff, with whom they had a Converfati0n of two Hours.   In the Afternoon this Cardinal conducted . the Marquis to St. Peter's Bafilica; and it was obferved,-|s that they took great Pains, both by Signs and calling out,   in their Way to die Prince of Lichtenftein's Army; and we are af-i-ired, that 18 Battalions and 4 Squadrons will fpeedily arrive from Germany. The Citadel of Modena is in a good State of Defance, and it is faid, the Spaniards have been obliged to raife the Siege of Valenza, on Account of the continual Rains. Knice,. Oci. 30. The Refident of the Couit of Vienna has prefented the Senate his Credential Letters as Minifter from the new Emperor, a* alfo a Letter in which his Imperil Majefty notifies his Election to the Government. Advices from Pcrfia fay,-- that Schah Nadir has caufed Jhe Eyes of his eldeft Son to be put out, for fofne bad Conduct he has been guilty of; and that he had invited- all t:ie Grandees of-the Empire to Iipahan, to celebrate his own Marriage and thoifc of his fecond Son and Grand^ ion. Stockholm, 0*3. 26. The Directors of the India Company are taking great Pains to obtain a Prolongation of their Character, having addrefs'd both the King and theSenate "P"n that Subject. ft ..0' Vienna, Oci. 30. On the 28th 7> Deum was fung in the Metropolitan Church; by way of Thankfgiving for the happy Return of the Emperor and Bmprefs; who were pre-fent, with the whole Court; Cardinal Kolowich, our Arch-bifhop, officiated in his Pontificalibus; During Divine Service, there were feveral Difcharges of the' Artillery and fmall Arms ; after which their Imperial Majefties returned to the Palace amidft the repeated Acclamations of an infinite Number of People. 1 hey then dined in Pub-lick. In the Evening there was a fuperb Illumination all over the City, and their Majeftiei paifed through the principal Streets to fee it, the Emperor On Horfeback; and the Emprefs in a Coach, which was followed by another with the two Arch-Dukes and the Arch-Dutcheffes. Several Fountains of Wine ran for the People; to whom Bread and Meat was alfo diftributed. On the Day that the Courier fet out, there had been an extraordinary Council at Court; in which the Emprefs prehded, and an Emprefs was immediately after difpatched to London. Drefden, AW. 3. Mr. Villiers, Minifter from the King of Great-Britain, had on the 28th of laft Month, a private Audience of the King, and communicated the Difpatches he had received by the Exprefs from his Court. The Tendency of them was, to defire his Polifh M;-. jelly to concur with his Majefty of Great-Britain in the Means of accommodating Matters with the King of Pruffia^nd in difpofing the Court of Vienna to a like Concurrence; This Minifter had afterwards fome Conferences upon the Subject with the Saxon Minifters, and a Courier was dHpatch'd to Vienna with the Refult of what was done. Quarters in the mean time are preparing upon the Frontiers of this Electorate, on the Side of the Upper Palatinate, for the Body of Auftrians expected from the Rhine: But it is not yet determined, whether thofe Troops, which confift of 12,000 Men, fhall advance farther into this Electorate, or, after taking fome Repofe, march towards Bohemia. Brejlau, Oci. 19. Twenty-nine of General Efterhafi's Men, entered the City of Wartemberg fome Days ago, and began to pillage it; But the Inhabitants having taken Arms, they killed one of them, and wounded fome others, who have been fent Prifoners hither. We have eftablifh'd good Pofts in the Mountains, to flop the Incurfions of the Enemies. General Du Moulinha repulfed the Pandours in the Defiles; and kill'd and taken Prifoners fome Hundreds of them.   The Army is in Winter Quarters; Berlin, Nov. 6. The King has viftted Chaflottenburg and Potfdam, and made feveral Promotions. Prince Henry did not arrive with his Majefty, as has been reported, his Highnefs being left indifpofed at Croffen, Mr. Stenning, Vice Chancellor of Holftein Gottorp, fet out on the 2d of this Inllant for Feterfbnjg, from which Count de Czernichcf, the Ruffian Minifter, received an Exprefs the fame Day; and the next Day difpatched one to Drefden. Count de Woronzow, Vice Chancellor of Ruffia,- took the fame Road on the 4th. We learn from Munich, that the Body of Croats and Warafdins, which were marching for Italy, received Counter Orders at their Arrival in the Tyroleze; and that the general Opinion now fs, that thofe Troops will crofs a Part of Bavaria, .in order to repair to the Rhine. Mentz, Nov. y. The French Army is ftill in the Neighbourhood of Spire; and the general Quarters at that City. It was only the Horfe that continued to march towards Landau, Gemerfheim, and Wciffemburg.    The Huffars' continue very much toTiarrafs the Enemies. Frankfort, Nov.y. The Troops of the Circle of Fran-conia are aflembling at Hailbron, and thofe of Suabia at Graben,'" fince the French have been in Motion, Count Traun has made a Detachment towards Philipfbourg; and fent over the Neckar the irregular Troops that were pof-ted in the Foreft of Lampertheim. They are to extend as far as Robach. Cologne, Nov. 9. Feldt Marfhal Konigfegg fet out for Vienna on the 6th, under a Difcharge of our Artillery. The Merchants of this City gave on the 7th a moft magnificent Feaft, on Account of the Emperor's Election and Coronation. The Elector came to fee the. Illuminations, and continued 'till after Midnight. Paris, Nov. 5. Towards the End of laft Month came into our Ports 44 Merchant Ship?,- which arrived from A-merica under Convoy ofMonf. d'Eft.nduaire. TheirLading is valued at above 20 Millions. Thirteen of them were bound for Bourdeaux, eight for Nantes, feV'en for Havre de Grace, fix for Marfeiiles, five for St Maloes, and five for Rocheile. One of them is the Lys, a South-Sea Ship, richly laden. A Spanifh Regiller Ship a'fo took the Advantage of this Convoy, and has brought Home a Cargo, valued at 1 o Millions. Btufe/t, Nov. 8. The Deputies of the Stites of Hai-nauk and the City of Nivelle have been at Aetfv to' com- plain of the heavy C-jntriburid r� levied ori til m, but they could obtain no Redreis. We 1-afn fr�;m Antwerp, that the Englifh Foot are fet out from thenc; for Wil.emfhdt, in order to embark for England, and that they have been re-placed by the Hclfians. LONDON. Frcrh the Lbridon Gazette. Whitehall, Nov. 4. By Letters from the North of the 31ft of laft Month, there is an Account, that the Rebels continue to feize on all the Horfes, Forrage and Prov/'fion <*6 they can find between Berwick and Edinbjrgh; in order to diftrefs his Majefty's Troops on their March. Their Coun-cils are fo various and fluctuating, that they frequently con-tradid and countermand the Orders of the preceding Day; they plunder theCountry; and raife all the ready Money they can lay their Hands'on frOm the Collectors of Cefs, Cuf-toms and Excife, in the' Diftribution of which to their Chiefs and Superiors, few or none are contented with their Proportion, and confequently there are great J ealoufies and ill Blood amongft them. Marfhal Wade propofed to march towards Berwick Yefterday or To-day. On Saturday the 26th of lalt Month, the main Body of the Rebels having almoft entirely evacuated Edinburgh and Leith, pitched their Tents to the Weft of Inverafk Church : T hey had ie-ven or eight Pieces of Cannon pointed South-Well, placed on the South-Weft of their CaTnp: Their Sick, and fome of the Baggage were fent to the Weft ward. They had ordered 100 light Waggons, and a Number of Bafkets for carrying on Horfeback, to be made ; and from the Gentlemen and Farmers in the Shire of Eaft-Lothian, had got between fix and feven hundred of their belt working Horfes. They had taken Poffeffion of a Place on the Forth called Haigen's Nook, fome Miles below Stirling, and had placed a Battery on both Sides the Forth at that Place, to keep off the Men of War's Boats that might hinder their crofting: One of/thefe Batteries confided of fix, the other of five Pieces of^Cannon. Whitehall, Nov. 5. ThVfrfcfheft Intelligence from Scotland mentions the Arrival of four Ships in all the North Ports of that Kingdom, with Arms, &c. for the Ufe of q the Rebels, viz. one at Montrofe, two on Stone-Hyve, and +za the fourth at Dunotyr: That the Cargo of the firft was car- q ried South in 8 5 Carts; and that of the two others in more �T3 than 100,- drawn each by two Horfes: M hat they brought Q fome Brafs Cannon, and*one Piece of five Inches bore, wfth fome Gunnfers and Officers: That ths fmall Arms of ' the firft Cargo were carried to Port Dunkeld, and Part to Perth, being intended for the Athol Men and M'Dor.alds, and all the reft gone forward toward Edinburgh. That half of Lord Ogilty's Men haddefeuSd ; and that a Party of the Rebels in Angus were employed in forcing themto return, and Lord Strathmore's Mcri to join them, threatning to burn their Houfes in Cafe of Refufal, whereupon many of the Country People were gone out of the Way. '1 hat the Rebels had fmall Parties in the Paffes upon the Road to Invernefs, who fearched all Paffengcrs, and about' 40 Men at Perth to guard the Officers, who are Prifoners there. That the Rebels who rrmain'd encamp'd at Dalkeith! ikt 31ft pa-ft; had receiv'd 1000 Recruits, being the moil Part Athol Men, with fome few of the Gordons: That the Carts which went W eft from Edinburgh the Week before, with the Sick and Wounded, carried likewile fome Chefts of Arms, which were diftributed among!: thofe Recruits, upon their coming to the South Side of the Forth : That late at Night, on the 31 ft, about 400 of their Men eame to Dalkeith Camp from Allow a, and brought with fhem fix Pieces of Brafs Cannon, much of the fame Size with thofe they had taken at Preiton : That they had with them above 100 Carts loaded partly with Chefts, and partly jf with Bifcuit, and 1 2 or 16 French Engineers. �s Whitehall, Nov. 5. Yefterday arrived in the River from �J Flanders, Lieutesant General" Handafyd'?, Major General  Campbell's, Major General Skelten's, Brigad er General ^ Bligh's, Brigadier General Mordaunt's,- Lord SempilPs,      j and Lord George Murray's Regiments of Foot. We have concurrent Affurances, that the Emprefs Ruffia has openly declared,1 fhe will no longer be diffuad d? from fulfilling her Engagements with fuch of her Allies as are inclined to Peace, in cafe her good Offices do not procure an Accommodation. Yefterday came Advice, that the Hercules, and the Hellen, both from South Carolina, are both taken by the' French, and carried into Breft. The fame Day there was Advice, tflat eight French* Merchant Ships, with valuable Cargoes on board, have been taken lately by our Men of War in the Mediterranean^ but no Particulars are mention'd. ,__- -      -- - ��"--     -,--        t A D V E RTiSii M li, N TS are taken in lor this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-Street. No Arbitrary rowetf".   

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