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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 5, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Adveftife. W ED N E S BAY, March 5, -6. French Tianibort. LW, 'March 3. IS Majefty's Ships Ruby and Che-fterfieid are failed to the Weftward, wi^h the Dottqn, Huihands, -for 'Barbadoes j and the Coafters. Remain his Maje/ty's Ships Princefs Louifa, Commodore Mitchell j the Tryton, Succefs, and Badger Sloop; Venus,.MaxweH, for St. Kitts; Zepart, from Amfterdam j and the Wind W.N.W. The Greyhound, Plerfon, from Lifbon, it arrived at Carolina. Genoa, Teh. 16. According to the Iaft Advices winch the Court ha* received from Corfica, Commodore Cooper has writ a very fliarp Letter to Colonel Riyarola," Chief of the Rebels, reproachmg Jiim with Aot,having undertaken the Siege of Ajaccio, as hehadpromifed, and there* by caufed the Lofs of an.Englifh Sloop. The Cplonel's Anfwer was, That he found too many Difficulties in the Enterprize, that'he wants Means necefiary for ftch an Attempt} and that he could not poflibly keep the Corficans together, unlefs the King of Sardinia fenthan immediately 2000 Sequins. Copenhagen, March i. By Letters, from Gottenburg, of the 23d paft, there 'is Advice, that the Swedilh Officers had. been all on board the Day before, but were then all come on fhoaragain, the Wind being then unfavourable ; that there had been fome Diforder on board,' and .thatthe jailors had refufed to.go to Scotland. It wa^ bdieved,they pro-jpofed tofteerasfar I^oith as the Murray Erith, in order to bencar the Highlands. Hague, Marcbi; MS. According to Letters ajriveg this Day from%rabonV^ tains his Ppft behind the Dyle j and^the\Rrench, .who were at Lou vain, are marched back towards Bruffels, which has allowed fome bfthe Dutch Htulars to throw themfelvcs into Louvaui. ffque, March li, NJ. Qea^^Q^^^� now ta-Junius Leave of the States, and Vupro the Pd� of toting out for Berlin. The French remain tjuiet in Brabant, aadMarihal Saxeis, we hear, fet outfor "PMis. Thefitft pivifion of the Atiftrian Trppps, yfrich are upon their March for the Netherlands, h^.^ej^chedt^^ami, whW the laitXetters came a�ay. . From the London Gazette. Whitehall, March 3. On Fridayi. Evening arrived in the River the Tram*ports from "Wil|ieimtkdt, having on board his Maj#y*s Th|rd and Fojrth Troops of Iforfe Guards, the Second* Troop of Horfe Grenadier Guards, the Royal -R|^^^;.]gM^^i^'Majefty's 9WA Regiment of Hptfe. v^:i ' Whitehall, j&r&fy]^ conftituteand appbwtT^tenairt^^ be?olerieiofih#R%iffi'�it %f * Dragoons, iate under the Command of ,C^lonel^rancis.Lig6Jtfer, deceafed. ' -Iftajor JohriGre^tobe3 JLjeufc'Cblr'ttt^e^giment of Foot cotnmandett by Br&^ief G^ej^pbiffpre, 'jnTh* foonvof tie4:^�^^�^^^t:.,'^ :; .\Yi"-.i Cant. William Deane jto ^^'^^^^^eg^^J^. meat of Foi�lateai^^^nnm^^^r fiobeit Monro acceded, in the rdbm'of lieo^^ Cant. JohteP|trie\te$e W*i9T^ln^|!^i^ri bep^Ma|or^thei^Mt of DuhcanDonJatheiLmg^toofu^ T Whitehall, Martha ByaAMp^l with Lettersftcra lu'sRovalHighWs & DokeoT ,eu$b|riand, if the a|$h paftfiom Montrofesifc;a*i^^ They write frpm Aberaee^jp^ Friday the aift, .a
VJ^Q^r|isnf &^oto&eh item^alately^)^^^ rw*tp'Stirla^: SCGeorge's.Dra^ �arh4)fidgeH^ abii%:a^d%' �?�Uiavftayiffliciei� vorp?;w>�w they either attempt to avoid the _ ^oing^nth^rto^ttackthe-Ppft ______........ �e^4e Vttrival^f the F�ncfi'Ships 1 Sunday th mts,frpm Aberdeen make the Main BodV of tKe Rebels, which marched for Inyernefs, amount to 4000 Men, or more. - Yeflerday two Veflejs ioaded with Arnjs and Ammum-tiotffell down" the.Rivef from Woolwick for Scotland* which are to be convoked Fro^r the Nore by twp Men of 1J& Night it was reported, that three French Men of W^ar wffe^eenit'the bjacfc ofthelfle of Wight; arid that the 'Sandwich and. Canterbury Men of War were failed in Let^l;frpin Pans infinujite, that the Negotiations of Count Wa^naer'imW^dnlbly procure the Re^febffih-ment of the. Treat/ of Gomme,rcr htely revok'd.--This is what the French no doubt would be Willing to grant, if the Dp^^M^-re^vi^^ii^ral. ' 'The Cd&tt Martial ^hidi i^ordered.to be held Ye--.-fterday dnboard'the Prince of Orange at Depiford, is again adjourned. ' *' The Regiment of Blue Gum-ds are ordered to Quarter at WatforoV&id that Part of the Country. The Jan^, ffoarej'lrom Maryland to London, was taken the.^8th: tut- and cjarried.ja Havre-de-grace. : The Shi|f loft ^o|ng into CaplrBreton (as mention'd in our Paper) vas the'Ruiby, Lock� of and from London. OnJriday h& a Twenty Gun Ship was launchM at Chatham^ nhd the Command of her given to. Captain Springer. .On Monday laft the; Rev. ,Mr. Edward Stonehoufe, LXJ>.Tw^ prefpnjed by the Earl^f Bath, totheLKiig of Sheweu, injSomerfedhire; void'by the Death of the Rtv. Dr.Afcbtt. ..' " ' On' Mppday.died at JKfevdmiton Green the Rev. Dr. Samuel Wright, ah ejahienVDiifenting .Mioifter of this Alfo a few Days ago died the ;Rev. Mr. Conder, for fome Xeare.pa�Ch|pain U� Stampe. BrookAank, JE(q; of Ha1c^eyf>;;atp,^J^pl'pf. a.Meeunjg in Paui'sXlley^ Al-derfgateftreet! ..' . " Yefterday ^lied at his Hoofe at'Kentifti Toyn, Mr. Winch, an emjnent Soap-maker, ^ecfejnfplijich.' B A -N K K ;U P^ T. S. Thomas Beedhaja, h�� t|B PataLof-StrMary^, Xambcth,4tefiner and ^hapmaq. Joh^Haywiu^.of the City ofNorwich, Mercer and DrapCrt-.l.. t;" ./^ ^ -.'' . / .High Waiter at London-Bridge', thisDay at 29 Minutes after 9, � .-. '. � Bank^tDck^noPijce. Permits 1$ a. 15 3 4thr Prem. India Ditto 156. South 5ea -Stock .no crice. DittdOid Annuities^ 1 h^lf. f � j33ittp Njftw 92 1 half a 3 1 half a 93V Three per Cent. Annuities 75 1 half a 3 4ths._L>iJao 1742, 7J llialf a J 4ths. Ditto "1743, ..and 1744. 75 1 half a 3 mm mi* ?S i�halfa j 4ths. WUoa .Seven per Price. 'Ban^^ircflhjtibp 60s.Vt. Jnd^ Bonds^is.^a 32 s. a28':s;c^ Three and a half |a!lt T^aUies:ii61. a ryl ^rtoaitfii^per Ceht.^xcheauer,Q|iiei� ao Price. ThxeefCT.Cent^jpitto^no A N, A E -M, ft fjj1^ an^sfnivet }^af if ^ tFkk4w A D YERT15Elvl EKTS*are taken in for this Paper, at Ltovp's Coffee-Housi, in Boriibard-Screct.
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