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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 19, 1846, London, Middlesex                                W. JE X) N E,S D A Y,   March 19,   17*5^ Dealy March ij. EMAIN ia the Do>vji3 the .Ldyal ' Catherine, White, for Carolina; Fhjenix^ Hppour, fpr Jamaita; Juid the:lJifoo?Ly8ia,"4Spirnai forBoiif-deaux.  Wind'South. "     t Grave/end, March 17.  Paf&Vlby the Union; GlnnWd,-from. A^irfter-o^ wows h?X�OgJ^n ^UKeady fept for $ppp,4|en, w,ho are J�^e�j^H!H�hfipiija, tp 'mxck.xmi- Mct�h into lii* Meftorate. According to Advices, his Pruflian Majeiiy is **fog i-S.obcT Mfen^to 4effle thro* the ^oKmPruflia, in order to reinforce the tTrqpps already mfaip Kingdom'.1 Hamburgh, March 18. Oiir Letterktoom Berlin conti^ P^ly mer*ion ^ve fre^uea^Confere^ces, jyhich Count de ^".jchoAv .and M,ar ois, with all the Force he .cpuU14raw. together, was marching to its Relief. In C^nfeguence of this Event, both the French and Piemontele Generals feems to have made the beft of their Way fqt Alexandria j but it is added that the latter.had overtaken t^e .Rear Guard of the former at Soler, and 'caS-ned off two pore French Battalfons. The fame Advices ai* vfry Jangume as to M. Leutrum's fucceeding in re-V^ualbhg, if pot even in>ntirely difengagmg the Citadel ofAlexandria.  In the mean Time, according to other Accounts, but of Jefs Authority, the Auftrians have not been idle j having, it is faid, retaken Poffeffionof Par,niA and P^centia; and the Spaniards thought t to evacuate Milan^ and to unite themfelves in the Parmefan, chiefly oh the South Side of the Po, for the SaS? of preferving their Communication with the Genoefe. LONDON. Prince Lobkowitz, who was laid to be dead, in fome of the Papers-, appears now to oe revived beyond Expectation, and givesgreat Hopes of a Recovery. They ..writefi^m Leipfic, that it is Imagined there,, that the Court is.goine to fortify that City, a Plan of the "Ground'^boqtt'it having^been taker*; and that a Prolan Commiflary is ariived there, -^hofeBufinefs isfuppofed to be to''receive $e Money agreed �po*n in the Treaty of Drefden. ' TheFor^ficjatipnsiijf Oftwid aregpipg to be augmented with feveral.hew Works, a Plan pf which has been aj-ready made. According to Advices from Flanders; -Quarters hav� been ordered in the Villages about Bruflels for 6o,obo Jxenchj molt "Part of them along the Canal; which makes it conjectured, that the Enemy have ftill a Defign upon Antwerp^ Thefe Quarters are to be ready, in a Fortnight or three Weeks a"t fartheft. The Prince of Waldeck contifiues ftill behind the Dyle and Rupel.- ' VThe Pied)?ontlefe found in Afti 27 Colours and>Stan-dards, whichfwere carried to Turin,, and a large Quantity pf Atttllejy' Ammunition. After whidi they, retook Po^efifion of Caffal, the Capital' of the Monferrar, the Fiench retiring -pretipiiately' at their Approach; .arid (hd King of Sardinia was in full March, when the Jaft Letters came from himj towards AJexan/Kta, in order to raifc the Blockade before theCita^el of ^tiPkce. They write from Mantua; that th& Spaniards having heard of what has pafs'd at Aftt^ and of the King of Sardinia's March to the Relief of thetQtadel of Alexandria, they were faid to have abandoned-Milaiu The Grand Sigrdbt1 has acknowled'g'd inform the Duke of Tufcany^nd Queen of Hungary, as Emperor and Em-prefs of Germany, . The Rover Privateer, Gapt. Bundy,- belort^irig to Bri-ftoli is taken bf the French, and carried into Breft.-r-^ This is the Privateer of 14 Guns^-mention'd in our Paper on Monday laft. The Florimelfe, bound from Brlftol td Antigua, Is taK ken by the French, in fight 0f thatlftand. The Thomas and Elizabeth, Qfborqi from Shorehani for Dublin, is taken and carried, into -Bre^ with thrd others. 4- �' His Majefty's Ship the Chefterfieldj Capt. Gordon, it arrived at Briftolj from the Downsj to tafabCar* of thd'. Trade fromdiehce. Yefterday abput 400 Recruits fpr the Qifafds were rtu-fter'd in Hide Park, and afteTrV^is pefform'd an �xer* cife to the general Satisfac^on.df Sie.Opcersprefent. , Monday laft the Lady of .Lord Gowerj wa*\{afflf 4eli�ered of a Daughter at hisl^rdmip^ tioufe in Grqf-yenor Square. ;      afefterday ,t3ie Lady of Edward Hulfei %fqi Sph of Sir Edward Huife, was fefely' delivered of a Son and Heif at |^ Houfe m G^fvenor Square.    > r   , . -jYefterday died at his Houfe at WMead, ibJSflfex, {i& : an advanced Age,and much lamented) DaVidPetty, Efqi fifth Son of George Petty, Efqj of Qttfbrd in Kent, by Anne, Daughter to David Pollhillj Efq; of the fame County. He married Mary, Daughter to John .Copkes^ ^fij;>of WoropfterflBre, by whorn he has'lert only one; : Daughter ; wW), married the;Right Hon! the Lord Csr-j*nter, to whom he has by his will* left a confiderabie! Fortune, which he had acquir'd in Trade wkh great Ke* putation. *     ' Yefterday Morning died Mrs. Williams, Wife of Mr. Williams, an eminent Virginia M&Khahtin Tower-ftreeti a .Gentlewoman much efteem'd by all that were acquainted with her. ' On Monday laft died, at his Lodgings in the Broad-" way, Weftminfter, John Talbot, Efqj a young iGentle-man of confiderabie Fortune in Derbyftitre. __A Difpenlation has paft the Great Seal, to enable Gre* gory Grove, Redpr of Elindon in the County of Warwick, to hold the ReSory of Witherly in the County of Leicefter, on the Deceafe of Henry Grove, his Father* On Sunday laft in the Afternoon, as one Mr. Dixon* an Upholllerer was coming to Town, hs was robb'd at the Marflvgate near Richmond, of t8 s. by a fingleHigh*  way man. , . The Alterationa^making at Aldgate Pundv-Houfe, pre-. vents its being open'd this Day, as advertii'd ; but it will ' be^ready in a few Days, of which Notice will be given; Great-Kirhy Street^, Hmtton-Garelcn.  8 .will mention it in the Papers as foon as Opportunity |raf-mits him to do them. They continue felling- at Mr. Crefwell's, Toyman, at the Unicorn ittNew^Bpad-fireet $ at Mr. Brifcoe's, atthes Three Kings, over-againft .Fofter-Ia'ne, Cheipfidej and at Mr. Deveers, at the Eagle in Birchin-lane, CopihiU. -Tie Fafhib.h.ia Goldisj^f a Guinea. t  � furtfmouthy March 17, Yefterday feiPd from Spithead for Plymouth, hwMaje^s Ships Edinburgh, Capt. Coa�; and Canterbury, Capi^ Hoare > with the Shaftfcury liriijt. 'inan, Capt. Bookey ;.a,nd all the  --- AP Y'ETiSr3EM E N TS ^re taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coff��-Hqxis$, in Lombard-Street. 0   

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