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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 12, 1846, London, Middlesex                                -Numb. 354f. WED N E S,P A T,   MARCHJ2, ..174S-&1 I- Brothers, Holb's; beth, Cotton; Deal, March 10. - BMA1N his Majefty's Ships Eagle, Commodore Mitchell; and Mermaid ; the Loyal Catherine, White, for Carolina; Green-CafUe, Em-rnerton j and Prince George, Mann, for. Antigua j , Pringle, for St.Kitts. Wind N.byE. Grave/end, "March 1 o. Pafs'd by Lady Anftp,; Vihfck; and the Two AmfterdamVfilliam and Eliza-pmas^Comyns; and the Thomas and Mary, Bullongi from Standgate Creek. The Exmduth, Moale, from Carolina, %| arrived at Oporto. '        ^-'^ '             .. * ?4Urs}urS^ fth+4z$. M. Petzojd, ;Minifter from the King of Poland, EJe�tor of.Saxony, has;lately delivered a Memorial- to Counts BeftuchefF, Great Chancellor, repre--fenting, that the;States of Courland being willing to put the Government of their Country upon fome certain Sooting, and the Pretence of &e Rnffiaii Troops not permitting them to acYwith Freedom, befides that it may give fome Umbrage to the Republic of Poland, his Polifti Majefty prays the Emprefs to give the neceffary Orders for their Retreat put of that Country, As thefe Troops were only left there prpvifionally till the Change of their Quarters was regulated, the Emprefs has ordered them immediately to pafs the Duna, in order to" join thofe in Livonia. I. Brujih, Match 14. We hear from Nivelle, that fince the Gf tes of that Town have been blown up, and the Walls beat down, the Auftrian Huffars-have made a Vifit' there, which coft the inhabitants agreat (Quantity of Pro-vifion?,-and;a hundred Ducatoons inMoney. The Workmen go on with th�* Fortifications of this City, but the Froft prevents their proceeding fo failas we expected. Hamburgh, Mar^cb betters from Berlin mention the March, of (gmp-^rm&isn .Troops oa. the Side of.Elbing, and add, that Mr, Villiers, the Englifh Minifler, is frequently prefent arConferehWurjoh general State of Affairs, where heisarways treated with particular Marks qf Diftm&ion, ar4 receives on, eye,ry O&afton the higheft In^ces of his Pruiuan Majefty's Eibefti;, Dre/&n, Mwkfe that in order to wife the Mfflioh^f Ciwris/ which the King is to pay the Kmg of Pi^f next Eafter-Fair, the Circle of Zeitz ihall, furnifh^fcooe, that of Merfeberg 55,000, the Electoral Circle Go^oq^ithe^^ that of Voigtland *80,qoo,?&at of Lipfic^exdufive of the City, 109,000, that df ^fnia 100,0616,' .the Diftria of the Mines, in thcMcuflwi'n* 110,000* the^Circle of Neuftadt 100,000, Upper-Lufatia 60,000,  aad��' Lower-Lufatia W6oti,,0^;r^.?. :jv^>^Er> "'-' , .W^um^M^^ %$; T^Britifli Dragoons, retiirned hjt^jr:t%|8th- Inftant.��� �� The glfcthe^ began to ejfemb^ktflfe^ wasno, Pdffibility.df b^nt^Ship^ froze v&yj i^^i'^^^^p^^'^j^^x- in the -River;! - ^v&^ij^^^^^K^i^f^^^k were mucKI onShore. -It thawed-Very faft Yefordav, and does the Lietttenant Beffia, to fui -General to their High Mighu-Colonel Stuart, as Cohdudtor to the frilUit^aM^M:^ : TJier3tit#i: Dragoons, are diG^&aMl^^ fo that the whole will be^Hhed early T6-moirow Morning if the Wea^ney'^^'l^^^Bt.3'*''''     it        -r. .... ,'*-,,... �. SJ^re^th^^^^pl^^e;    ,..... ttminaifi-: ,1 talflsVius PoftibeWnd the Dvte witat Moleftation; and Soiaiw^S from f wlo, a\idytWrRecruits^not; i fevers frrdered to leave their (garters, and af. firoWe in |u|I^smd Siefwick, have recced counter Or. ,*--Tt. Sig. Imberti, fome Years ago Refident from Venice at the Court of '(jreat-Britain* is elefted Chancellor of that Republic, in the Room of Signor Vincento, lately dead, who had fifl'd that high Station twentymo Years, arid was Ambaflador-Plenipoteritiary at the Congrefe of Utrecht, in 1713. Whitehall, March 10. This Day an Exprefc arrived from his Royal Highnefs the Duke df Cumberland, with the following Intelligence. ' Aberdetny March 5. The whole Army arrived at this Place bytheEnd-bf-laft Week j and we mall have within thefe four or five Days a Recruit of 500 recovered Men from Edmburgti^and England, befides the Regiment-bf Bligh, which.is coming up by Sea? and as the Heffians are moving forwards towards Perth, the Scotch Fuzileers are alfo to come up this Way from that Place, as foon as the firft Divifion of the Heflians draws near it j and'the Duke of Kingfton's Regiment of Horfe is within a March of us. The Day after his Royal Highnefs came* hither, he detached Lord Ancram with 100 Dragoons, and Major Morris with 300 Foot under his Command, to a CajUe at the Head of the RiverDon, 40 Miles from hence, call'd Corgarf, and fituated in the Heart of tfie Rebellion, in order to get Poffeffion of a Quantity of Spanim Arms and Powder which were lodgedthere; hisLordihip took them without Refiftance, the Rebels having quitted the Caftle upon his Approach i but as they had driven away'the Horfes of the Country, he was forced to deftrpy moft of the Arms, and 30 Barrels of Powder. Lord Aberdeen is here, and {hews the greateft Zeal for his Majefty's Service. Lord Findlater, and his Son-in-law Mr. Grant, are alfo come hither, the latter of whom offers to bring put 600 of his People arm'd, which he will do as fooa as every thing is ready for our March. Two Days* ago his Royal Highnefs received a Letter from Lord Loudoun, dated Balnegaoiar, Feb. 22, wheiem it is mentioned, that upon Sunday the 18th the Rebels lay within eight Miles of Lord Loudon at Invernefs; Upon which his Lordfhip marched out with 1500 Men to beat up their QaartetsjJ^ndgot half Way oitdifeQVered, when a Detachment which he had fent to prevent Jbteltigetfce, going a nearer Road," contrary to -Ordei's, fired about 30 Shot at four Men, which alarmed the Gmuitry, and thifew the Jody ^qgw^h^Lord Loudoniin%! C^nfttfi^Bf during which a great many of his People difperfed, to that it xwas neceflary to in&ch.back to Invernefs, from whence his Lordfhip would have joined his Royal Highnefs the^ Duke of Cumberland, butlthei Rebels ^changing their Situation made that impoffible ; and his Lordfhip therefore finding himfelf at the fame time, unable,to defend the Place with tKe Numbers that remained wit^^^ ftlftSBW^ two ofikV Independent Comp%m.es into tbeCaftte; with? �fufficieBr* Qaantity of, Pjpvifions; and having put on Shipboard what Arms and Ammunition could pis fpaied, on Tuefday ar^i2marchedo^ofjvj6^^ crofted the Ferry at Keflacll with^Lihe^ were in PofTeffipn of one End of the Town. Before he left-the other.- From tlience he croffed int? Crpmartfe in or-der to have it ^Tiis Power to crpfs the Fijih, of Mun|^P and jolijhftis Royal Highnefs in Cafe JuixAVmy. had been fo Jit ^dvaficed 'i\ Jut; the. Rebels appr^achmg, obliged him to crofsat'-TaH;,: in ^rder to puthmifelf behind the River, in a defenfible Poft.      ; ^  f v ' : ,  The laft and befi Accounts we had^f ^e :Rebelsr were, thatLord LewisGdrdon, wiiih the Perfbjn call'd Lord John Drummond, i^y^j^n'CtJMct--on-^bis-SidetheSpey, with about top Menyjuff'te cover their Quarters. 'Thk* J$ain of their Bodyrvwhich they'call 2000, is on the other Side of thatRiver, making a Shew of Retrenching thiemfelves, tho? they have but wo Piepe^ of Cannon with them, and thofe without Carriages, which they coafted !alon| from Montrofe thither. ,� u ThePretenderVSonisftill at Inyetnels, with 3 or 4000 of .the Clans, accprding tp their ^wa: reckoning, fo that if a Stand is.made at all, it will be ^ipbably there. ; We .taovebut flbwly, being obUgedt^c^yMagazines of all Sorts bf^Proviuons with us^ which incumbers and retards us: A The Marchfrom hence rBInVe^^fwiU tekefpme Days to form j as that, of the Hfchlaaders," of whom we and fewn ,e Smum- , ife of rt, 'ais^Vand fame'JD^r/ano- ' la.Cifks df �Cellar,  i ms are now con-evident Proofs that .* 1 � >   Letteryfam Rye, in SuJJb'^ffikrdb &.  '�   -* y$on an Information here given,li^^afty of Lord * Jbh'u Murray's Highland Regiment quffJej^Lhere, made ' a Seizure pfjf? Half Anchors of Bi � large Bags'bfTeit "There was a Defign ' gler*-to have'Veftiied'if j ''but Upon the ' the Gommandihg^aflkeri^Iprffered out anoi �' brought it fife tide; smdiid^t'd < haufei '*)' 1 And we hear from Haftirigs^ * ther Detachment of the Highland *. Brandy, which they, lodg'd in the We are afTured, that a Plan of Qj certing, which will fpeedily give; fttnee has only Dreamt of her having Power to^ give Laws to Europe.  .1 The Right Hon. the Earl of Chdlmondeley, Governor of Chefter, (wheie-he has refided near five Months) haviaj received his Majefty's Orders to fignify to that City Jus Approbation of their Conduit aria Fidelity during this Rebellion; his Lordfhip, attended by fe/eral Genciemen, met the Cerpoiation^tthe Pentice, upon Wednefday lift, and in atu elegant Speech, communicated the Direction* which had been fent him, to acknowledge the great Satisfaction, whichf their Services and Loyalty had afforded tb his Majefty, and to affure them, of due Returns of h^s. Royal FaVour. Hi/ Lordfhip then a'dded his own Acknowledgments of their Readinefs to oblige him, and d9-cla^ed;it^as his Opinion^ that it was owing to the Refofu- jUveriue of Excite, in "the room of JcAnBjtois,vE^; ,dec.eaied); .1 ?" the laft Incumbjenti: OnsSuriday laft died at Rochefter in Kent, Capt John Keen, a Captain inJrohnTori's Regiment.  He was wd'iiriled at the Battle of Fontenpy, and has lingred ever fince. His Death is much lamented^as a Soldier, and a Frierld. Yefterday feveral PerTons were bound over^ndjcfflng, ing very dangerous and dttrefpe&ful Words againft his Majefty King George. ^�m.:r- ^i-T.      -'....� � .:� ...'.:...!>- B A?- "N R   U'-'F^T S. Samuel Phillips, of theParifhof St. TWarV Whitettapel, L^nen-draper and-Chapman. draper. " ^Bank-Stock fhut.; fe4mits 15 3 i^thsla j 6 Prem. India Ditto 156 1 half a, 157.. South Sea Stock np Price. Dittp Old Annuities 9$ 1,4th a 4 1 half. Ditto New. 93 a 2 1 half. Three per Cerit. Annuities 75 1 half a 75 a i 4th. Ditto 1742, 7 5 i half a 75 a i 4th. Ditto 1743, and 1744, 75 t half a 75 a 1 4th. Ditto 1745, 7c ____"        ' ^ MilliiiiwiWll^lWi ^ EljUlli JbLWffft^ Royal Aflurarice ^7, London Affurance 9 3 4ths. Eng-lifh Copper 5 1. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Priced Five per Cenfc'ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 31..JS. India Bonds 11. 5 s. a 4 s. Difc. Three and a half Salt Tallies 161. a 17 1. Difc. Three and a half Jer Cent. Exchequer Orders ho Price. Three per Cerifc'Dkto no Price. H A Y-M ARK  E T. T the KIN G's THEATRE in the .   HAY-MARKET, Saturday next^ will be perfvrA*4 a Not - OPERA, call'd lhafi have a confioerable Body, mv& be^acfflrted and; fe^^^ �J|'�"' ff1"fe*0^*^^ x ^With Dances and other Decor at^ons,.Entirely Neto. Pit and BoXet to be put together^ and do Perfon* to be idttjtted without Ticlfets, which will be deliVeted that Day, at the G^tf* Office in the H�y-M�ket, at Half a Guinea each. -Gallerr 5 s. ,   By HB'MAjESTYVCMiMASJ/     * . -^JolPerfoni whatfoever to b� admitted behind the SeesW.  >� The Gallery W be opcrTd at Pour o'Clock. v Pie and Qoxei at Fire,  , -  To begin at SU^'CtoeV -.--i*--1-. ,       t- ..if   -m:.. ArPVERTJISE M E N..JS ^re taken in for this Paper, at LiOYD's toFFte-Houst, in Lombard-Street �-0   

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