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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 27, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. Numb. 3562. THURSDAY,   March 27,   1746. Ileal > March 25. REMAIN in the Downs the Lys, and " Fly Sloop, with the Mortar Bomb; the Sandwich, Montford, Taviftock and Marlborough for Eaft India ; Greyhound, London Merchant, and Lancafhire-Witch fpr Jamaica ; the Conftant Frigate, Carter, for Mahone ; the Queen of Hungary, _____ Steele, for Montferrat; Mayflower, Curlin, for Jerzey ; Prince William, Breyfhaw; and Fly, Richards, for Falmouth ; Peggy Sloop, Arbuthnot; -and Duke, Goldjng, fbrKinfale } the Granville, Dauber, for Cork ; Pillhead, Hamet, for Plymouth; the Providence, Morgan, for Exeter ; Sarah, Sheppard, for Portfm.outh j Bowes, Hunter, for Dublin ; and Mancheller, Cook, for Leverpool. Came down Eatan, Page, for Leghorn ; and the Mermaid, James, for Cork.   Wind S.S.VV. Dartmouth, March 23. Yefterday failed to join the Ships in Torbay, the Elizabeth, Oliffe, from Maryland ; Owner's Goodwill, Coulfton ; Alexander, Reeves ; the Duke of Bedford's Prize ; and the Princefs Royal Sloop, Hutton, all for London. Weymouth, March 24. This Day came to an Anchor in Portland Road Commodore Knowles, with the Canterbury, and the Outward-bound under his Convoy. Wind W.S.W. "     ' Pool, March 24. Came in the Jofeph and Benjamin, Linthorne ; George, Beef j George and Sarah, Smith ; Samuel and Dove, �aily; and -, Cheefman, irom Lisbon. Pafs'dby Love, Baily, for Southampton; and the Sufannah, Linthorne, for London. Sail'd Defue, Rogers ; Unity, Thompfon ; and the Switzer, Phippard, for London. Cowes, March, 24. Sailed the Two Brothers, Grutt, for London. Came in. Mercury, Hargrove, from Maryland ; Allen, Siflon; Hatley, Dingily ; and the Friend-fiup, Holm, from Virginia ; Seahorfe, Sweet; Montrofe, Gregory ; and Friendship, Owftbn, from St. Kitts, ail for London, and failed this Morning; alfo the Norwich, Chipp, from Cork ; and'the John, Kadie, in feven Weeks and four Days from South Carolina ; notwithstanding {he loft her Main and Mizen Mafts a Fortnight after fhe came our. The ^anfpareil Prize ; Nancy, Thurman ; and the Sea Nymph, Thrale, from Lifbon, are arrived at Briftol. The Francis, Richardfon, from London, at. Cork. The La Julie Prize, Hall; and La Diligence Prize, from Antigua, at Haverford-weft. The Tryton, Payne,; from Aatigqa, at, Falmouth. The Francis, Moran, from St. Kitts, at Plymouth. The Succefs, Allen j and Angwilla, Brown, from Cork, at Antigua. The Pelican, Ham, from London, at Carolina. The Duke .of Cumberland, Tate, frpm HarrJtyrgh,, at Varinouilv. The Arran, Cabham, from Leverpool, at Montfenrat. -    LONDON An Opinion prevails among the Genoefe, that the French Court, in the",latePfeje&fed. Treaty with.the King of Sir-dinia, intended to have} given this P"rjnce very advantageous Conditions attihe Jixpence pXAhjs.Republick; this occafions great Uneafiriefs on Accoant of their ill-jodg'd Alliance.' ' '     .    ... Between the Beginning of February.and ,the 1.4th.of March, above 14,060 of the LTiperial- Reinforcements, Horfe and Foot, arrived at Mantua frc'm:ths Tirojefe. Ihe reft were coming"ift,d4iiy. The following Ships are, arrived at Oporto, and got fafe over the Bar, viz. Betty, Smith ; Prefto% HaUum j Cato, Legard; Mary, Edmunds; Dryden, Snowier;; the Lilly, Townfhend; Lambert, Haynian; Sufan,nah, .Bradlhaw ; and Julius Ciefar, Williams', from London, ; the Duke^of Wutiberknd, Eaton ; George, Dormer; Suc'ceG, Gatterl; winchetter^ Smith; Ruby; Baily ; Eur6pi/Dodft>h ; the Priqce Frederick. Wade ;"and twootHersSiom Portfmouth, to- The Wyndham loft -Company, and has not been Incefeen'; and the York Merchant, Hill, ftruck cn the ^r; but it was believed would be got off. - Yelterday there was an Account, that the London and Gariaqd Privateers, belonging to London, had. taken two ftfhch Ships'; one of them Outward-bound for Guinea, Mich they have carried to Lifbon; and "the other a rich ^ip from St. Domingo, which-they ordered to England; tat is not yet arrived. The Lords of the Admiralty have appointed Capt. Scott Commander of the Halifax, a new 20 Gun Ship j^lv launch'daj:: Chatham. Bojlon in New-England, *fan. 26. Yefterday the princi-pal Merchants of this Town waited upon his Excellency the Governor, at the ProvinceHoufe, and defir'd him to.fet for his Picture to be drawn by Mr. Sinybert, at their Ex-pence, in order to be preferv'd as a Public Memorial of their grateful Acknowledgements to his Excellency, for his great Services and indefatigable Painsjnfaving his Majefty's Province of Nova Scotia, and the Reduction of Cape-Breton ; whereby it is hop'd the greateft Advantage will arife to the Trade of his M�yefty's Subjects. 1 a whole Fleet; fhe met the Ipfwich Man "of War fame Tims afterwards,, but foon ,10ft her Company ; and fell in [ 'with her again, yheiiihe had louV'fcer Fore'maft j but has "not feen Her finee the 5 th fnftant. Recheftr, March 22. On Tuefday laft in the Afternoon, [:Sir James Reynolds, Knt. one of the Barons, of his Ma-lefty's Coujrtpf Ex<^ve<|uer,f came to this, City, and open'd his Commifiion for holding the Aflizes for the County of Kent, which ended laft Night, when the following Malefactors received Sentence of Death, viz. 1. William Chittenden, for robbing Henry Lindfeyon theftigaway, on the 8th of June laft,; about \~i o'Clock at Noon, and taking from him id"Guineas in Gold and a Silver Watch 2. Richard Grouch the Elder, for breaking open aM' robbing the Shop of Thomas Crouch of a large Quantity of-Money......     3. Francis Sadd,.for felpjiioujly ftealin.g.a fat.Sheep, the Propertyof WilUani.Martin 4. 5. Henry Griffin and John Pierce, for breaking open the Shop of John Cotton, and ftealing Goods ti.a gre*at Value. 6. Thomas Smeeth (aFifherman, remov'd by a Habeas Corpus from Newgate) for the wilful Murder of Thormis Hopkins, his Apprentice; feveral Years ago. 7. Edward Tabraham, for breaking and entering pwelling-Koufe'in.the ,fli'ght-time, :and ftealing Plate to a cohnderable Value. ,  8. Jeremiah Glennan, for having carnal Xnowledge of Mary the Wife of John Dane, againitthe Will and Con fent of her the faid Mary. <9- Thomas Wood, for Houfe.-breaking.   And, 1 o. John Bunley, for violently ahaulting Mary Maundy, Widow, and having,carnal Knowledge of her the faid Mary agaitift her Will and Cotifent. Williarn Chittenden and Francis Sadd are botih  o or u Foot under Ground, they dif-cover'da very curious Roman Pavement, done with fmall Stones, a little above half an Inch fquare, reprefenting^ feveral Birds and Beafts in divers Colours. Yefterday died Captain Smith, many Years a Commander in. the Ruffia Trade. Laft Week the Mafter, Warden and Fellows of Lincoln College, Oxford, presented the Rev. Mr. Steward, B.D. to the Rectory of Ail-Saints in Exeter, void by the Death of the laft Incumbent. On Monday was committed to the Marlhalfea Prifon, by a Warrant from the Lords of the Admiralty, James Crook, I and Edward Marfli, two Sailors, taken on board a Spaniih Ship, on the Coaft of Scotland ; it appearing that they .had deferted the Engliih Service, and entered into the I: Spaniih. Pert/moutht March 25. Yefterday arrived at Spithead his Majefty's Ship Princeffa, Capt. Philpot, from St. Kitts. She was bound to Cape Breton, under the Command of AdmiralTownlhend j and failed from Spithead on the 30th of January, with feven Sail of Men.of War; and on. the _______________________ 14111 of February met with a Storm, which feparated th*4?*aving marched into Ar2yllmire7"they wcrViomecT by liaiah lirereton four Guineas; Elizabeth Holland, for ftealing from Anthony Arnold and Anne Evans of Gravef-end, Goods of Value; Samuel King, for ftealing Fowls from John Heath and James Nunn ; John Chambers, for robbing the Great-Britain Privateer (lying off Graveiend) and Richard King, for Felony, were all burnt in the Hand. John Green, convicted of firing a Mulket through.the Cabbin-door of the London Privateer, at Gravefend (in which feveral of the Commanding Officers were confined, and encouraging Mutiny on board, and aiding in taking away the Boat belonging to the faid Ship) was ordered to fuffer Imprifonment for 12 Months, and to find Sureties for his Good Behaviour far 12 Months afterwards, Daniel Trufleller, Edward Neathercourt, otherwife Hairy-coat, John Bell, George Chiles, Peter Floyd, William Hind?, Mary Cox, AJary Nicholls, William George and John Pymm were tried for feveral Felonies, and acquitted. William Pullin, capitally convicted laft Afiizes, but afterwards reprieved, wa^ ordered to be tranfported for foui> teen Years. Thomas Eyles, Jofeph Bytheway, and Eleanor Movely, otherwife Mofridite, committed for embezzling and concealing a Quantity of Brafs, Part of his Majefty's Naval Stores, from the Dock-yard at Woolwich, were difcharged by Proclamation, the Grand Inqueft having returned the Bill preferr'd againft them Not found. Ncwcajlle, March 22. A Letter from Aberdeen, dated on Sunday Night laft, fays, that the Dutye's Army is fup-plied with all kinds of Provifions; that a Divifion of that Army was to march next Morning Northwards, and the Heflians were alfo on the March towards the Rebels by Wade*s R,oad to Invernefs; on which they will be obliged to encamp all the Way to Badeoochj for Wont of Houfes to put them ufder Cover. By this Means the Rebels will be put between two Fires, and be prevented from coming South again; as the Reads which the Duke's Army and the Heflians now occupy, ar� the or.lyones, in the North, fit for an Army with Carriages, 'Tis affured^ that the Rebels have loft a great Number of Men'-before Fort William. 'Tis faid, that 2000 of Cameron of Lochiel's Rebels, 500 Macleans. On Saturday.the brave Colonel Cholmondeley arrived hereon his Way to Bath, to take, the Benefit of theWa-^ere for the Rjecov.eiy of his Limbs, having lofttfce Elfe of' *"tKem in the Battle of Falkirk. On Sunday Evening the Sheernefs Man of War, Capt. O'Brian, and the Hawk Sloop, Capt. Grant, having got Pilots on board from this Port, failed for Murray Firchto join Commodore Smith there. Laft Tuefday Morning died atLjttle Harle, in Northumberland, Mrs. Aynfly, Wife of Gawin Aynfly, Efq; in the 71ft Year of/Jher Age.  Her Behaviour, in all the ; different Scenes of her Life was truly amiable and worthy of Imitation. I    ^Three Ships arenow loading with Coals irt this River for "*lne tJfe of the Duke's Army, to fail, with the fiift" fair Wind. Laft Monday, four Companies of the Duke of Bedford's Regiment march'd- hence for Shields,, te quarter there. And on Tuefday the other fix .Companies of the faid Regiment rharch'd to Durham for the fame Purpofe. On Monday next will be open'd the NEW WELLS CUrkeniuell, which Mr. Veates the Proprietor, encouraged by the great Succefe he met with laft, Seafon, has altered and decorated in a much more elegant Manner, with Variety of New Performances; particularly, the famous Batt. Plat, the original Mad-Tom* who has not appeared , on the Stage for feveral Yean, willing a Number of celebrated Old Songs. The whole. ,to conclude with a New Grand Allegorical Mafque, called Britannia Rtdfaiva, tr Courage and Liberty, interfpers'd with a NewPantomimical Piece, called The Fortunatt Foiunteer, or The Amours of Harlequin.-The Scenes, Machines, Dreffes and all other .Decorations being entirely New.-To begin, exactly at Four o'Clock during the lime of the Holidays, High Water at London-Bridge, this Day at 20 Mirfutes after 3._' _� _ j^MTflplesejc and Westmtnster 'Aviation. rtiE Subfcribers of' iool, or upwards are dejired to meet in Covent Carjtn Fejiry-Ro'om, tbirtfay, at Twelve o1Clock at, Nqgn, when the Treafurers Account of the "SubfcriptionMoney will be laid before them. ADVERTISEMENTS arc cakeg in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Cof fee-House , in Lombard-Street,   

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