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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 4, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The General B. 3542. T U E S DA Y,   March 4,   1745-6. peal) March 2. iRRlVEDfrom Holland kisMaje-fty's Ship Ruby; and remain with -the Princefs Louifa, Chcfterfield, Tryton, Succefs, Badger Sloop; and the French Tranfport; the Venus, Maxwell, for St. Kitts j Dotton, " Hufbands, for Barbadoes ; and the Zepart, from Amfterdam, brought in by the Succefs. Wind N.E.byN. 1 blows hard.    , Falmouth, Feb. 27.  Since my laft arrived theCrown'd Herring, Viffet, from Amfterdam, for Oportoi.  Put back, and -faiPd again the Hanover Packet far liiboni  Wind N.E. ' � 1 Dartmouth, feb.vi. Yefterday came in here the Elizabeth of and for London, Olyfite, from Maryland, in five Weeks V Nathaniel, IJuhter, for London, from Lever-pool. Alfo anchpr'din our Road, the ISaltofh.and Warren Gaily Privateers; the latter is fince come into Harbour, having fprnng her Bowfprit.  Wind &N.E. �... Cowes, M**ch i.   Vefterday fail'd the Fox's Prize, Ruleau, from Southampton for Dublin.  Wind N.N.E. r The Loyal Judith, Corvie, from Africa, is arrived at Plymouth.   . iTheEliiabeth,: OlifFe, from Maryland, at ditto. ^ThePerau"Prize, --, frbmCork, at ditto. The Indian King, Tillige, from Briftol, at Carolina. The Jenny, Bound, from Pool, at Dublin. . Yefterday arrived the Mail.from Holland. Ferrara, Feb. 19. The-Allies feemmore and more to contract their Quarters about Guaftalla and Parma, and have called in all their Troops that were at Reggio. The Auftrians, on the contrary, extend themfelves beyond the Secchia, and advance-iafuchmanner, that their General-Quarters, which were at Gabiano, and afterwards at Queftello, are now at St. Benedetto. They have befides a Detachment at Gonzigua, and make Excurfions almoft to cu8fS8a.*: � . -      FfyrtBce, Feb* 1 9. A NeapolitariOfBcer is arrived here, who has demanded a Paffage thro* this State for fome Troops of his t^auon, which has. been granted. �Genoa, Feb. 1T4- Several Veffels are juft now arrived from Monaco,/having on board �6 to Soldiers of the Regiments of Seville, Navarre, and Catalonia, befides fome Horfe ,tp #$oani the French \Cayalry. Thefirft Co-lunm oljthe Spaniards; which are coining by Land, is ar-rived at St. R&mo, and the two others follow it clofely. *thefe Troops amount to about 2000 Men. "We learn from Milan, that the Spaniards, who have begun to batter the Citadel of that^City, pulh on the Siege with great VigeAirj and that the Cgrps, which had paited the Tefiinq, to oblige ghe Prince of Lichtenftein,to retire into the Novareie; was returned^ opon Advice that feveral Auftrian Regiments were arrived in the Cremonefe, where they fbonexpecW~a largerNumber. .   I Franckfirt, Marihb. The Waters of the Maynehave been fo fwelled,T^hat they have drowned feveralStrects~>of this City, and the Rains have rendered the Roads impaf-ifcble j which is the Reafon why. the feventh Company of our Contingent cannot march at prefent, anymore than the EduipagesVArtillery and Provisions, "The French i tontinufrto^repair the Fortifications' of Landau and their ' Lines, the neighbouring PeafahtsbeingrobKgeHio\^urniih xtj;ooo Oaks *of a certain Lengths-trad to'deliver them Part at GermedheTm, *ndfhe�4k at Landau. Thofe that are not Subje&s of France receive'ready Money for what they bring.         > Cologne, March 8. Yefterdaya. Courier pafs'd by here 4rom Viemia, by .whom )we learn,, that the Emprefs-Queen was happily brought to-jbqdon the.27th'-ait.'of :a Princefs, and that our moft feren* Eleftor is the Godfather, and the^Emprefs, Widow-of the late Emperor f Charles Vli; Goclindiher.   As QSt SbjneSs entirely, free ; from lee, our Bridge tof Boats InVbeenje-eftabliihed for i *he Pahage of the imperial Troops,, which are advancing towards Brabant.  QuartBB^are-^ken for To-morrow at Dentz, and other Places crofs the River, where it'is faid the Chief Officers of the Pandours will then arrive. ' 'Pa'ora^Ftb. 16. We have no News of what paffes in Piedmpnt, except that the King of1 'Sardinia makes' all poffible Preparations to oppofe his Enemies as foonas they renew the Operations on his Side, and that the Prince of Litchtenftein a&s in concert with him.  We are rriore-'"' over affured, that the Court of Spain will not abate in her { Pretenfions, which is to reunite to the State of 'Milan, and the Dominion-which lhas been allotted to the Infant Don Philip, all that has been difmember'd from it fince the Yeari7o6. ""' Pans, March4. The King's Equipages.are getting re&ly with all Diligence, his Majefty having declared he will make the Campaign,, and, that no more L^vTSTjf Abfence mail be granted to the Omcers, who are to ferve in Flanders. The Duke of Hae/car, Ambaflador Extraordinary from Spain, has hired a Houfe, which makes it believed; he will flay fome TimeatParis. A Courier has been diipatched to Madrid, at the Return of which, 'tis given, out, the provisional Treaty with Sardinia, will be publiihed. Count Wa^Tanaer, Ambailador Extraordinary from the States-General, keeps his Chamber en Account of a great Cold; and the Count de Vaugrenant is returned from Drefden, and-has given his Majefty a Report of the Succefs ef his Negociatton. Lord Stafford fet out oh the 2 8th paft for Engiandf having obtained leave from his Majefty. ,Lord Clare arrived on the 2d Inftant from Boloigne, to report the State of Affairs there, zv&m*** .ceive frefh Inftru&ions. Antwerp,.Feb.q. The Prince.of Waldeck's Quarters continue at Mechlin, the Fortifications of which Place go on, and a Line, is going to be drawn along the Dyle to Arfchot. The French are gone intc Quarters abourMons) and are fodifpofed, that no Body can enter that City without their Leave. It is thought they are going to befiege either ihat City or Namur: The Regiment of Chartres, Infantry, is arrived from. Ghent at Brufiels, where it is to remain in Garrifon. The Breaches made during the Siege of that ^Place, have been repaired, and new Works are making between the Gates of. Louvain and Scarheck. Above 50,00a PaUifadoes have been brought frOttulhT Wood of Soignies, to fill up the Places of thofe that were j wanting, and erect new ones. Peterfiurgh, Feb. 1$. The Affairs of the Porte grow daily worfe and worfe with the Peruana, the Miniiler of J SchahThamas, Who is here, affuring that his Mafter per-fifts firm in his Refolution to make neither Peace nor Truce with the Turks, till he has recovered *from them all the | Provinces that were formerly fubjeft to Schah Abbas, and, that he will not fail to provide for the Security of this Empire, in the Peace that may be then made. , Arras, Ftb. iS^Tht firft.Diyifion of Prifoners from Bruffels will arrive here on the 2d of next Month, and on the 4th fet out for the Place of their Deftination, which is not to be here, as was at firft thought. This Divifion confifts of 2321 Men, befides Omcers. The oflfoTDm- f fions-uke other Roads, and it is faid, that fome of thofe ' Priibners will be fent to Berry, others in Poitoii, Auvergne and, even into Rpufillon.  How �w?V/, ibis egret with the Terms of Capitulation, ivbicb nuere^ that they Jbould be kepi in thejftarejiFlaces to thjeir Fritifiers. , Amfterdam,. March 9. According to Letters from Dunkirk of the 3d, fix Tranfports were failed from thence for < Scotland, and four more were ready to fet fail on the 4th. LONDON. A moft magnificent 1e Deum has been performed at Paris, on Account of the Surrender of Bruffels, in the Orders for which, asufual, a Parade has been made of the King's Pacific Intentions, and &ejuftjce. of hisCaufe. The main Body of the French has quite left the Neighbourhood of bruffels, which leaves no Room-to doubt but they will* attempt feme other great Enterprize, before the Allied Army can be drawn together. Letter from Dover, March 2.   � Yefterday upwards of 50 Men (formerly Deferters; from our Army,' and lately taken in th'etwb tranfports, which were carrying Fitz-James?s Regiment from Oltend: for Scotlahd) were fent from hence under a ftrong Guard -for London, in order to take their Tryals.--Lieut. General St. Clair is now here fr#m London, by whofe Vigilance moft of thefe Rafcals have been found . Yefterday the agreeable News came that the Portland   Dublin, Feb. 2$. On .Monday laft William Macartney, Efq; was elected a Borgefsof Belfaft, in the Room of Robert Byrtt, Efq; deceaied, and on Thuriday the fame Gentleman was^alfo ele�ted a Burgefs of tie Ancient and Lr>yaLCorporaaaB. �ed CarrickfergBs^ in the roomDf the faid Mr. Byrtt.   " 1     ...... The fame Day a Ship arriv'd here, from Chefter, with a gnat Quantity, of Arms on board, for the ufe of the Militia .of this Kingdom. . APVERT.ISEMBN T? are taken in for this Paper,- at Lloyd's Coffee-Housh^ui Lopibarji-Street,   

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