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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 8, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The General AdvertHfef. &UM B. TUESDAY,   April S,   1746. Deal, April 6. JESTERDAY Afternoon his Maje-fty's Ship the Milford failed to the Weftward, with all the Outward-bound ; but put back this Morning, and remain with the Surprize, Ama-zon, Scipio, and Ferret Sloop. Yefterday came down the Charming Patty, Brewer,for Barbadoes. Wind South. Grave/end, April 6. Pafs'd by Johannes, Mow; and Unity, Brotherfon, from Norway; -, Halgrove"; and Allen, Cecil, from Virginia j Pike Gaily, Franklyn, from Leghorn. Grave/end, April 7. Pafs'd by Friendfhip, Holm ;and Hartley, Dingly, from Virginia j . Montrofe, Gregory ; Seahorie, Sweet ; and the Friendfhip, Coulfton, from St. Kites ; Lady Elizabeth, Barns, from Amfterdam ; and Greyhound, Jefferys, from Oporto. Falmsiith, Aprils Arrived the Prince William, Bray-fliaw, from London. Sailedthe Prince Frederick Packet, Willfon, from Lifbon.   Wind E. Plymouth, Jpril 4. Same in his Majefty's Sloop Fly, with feveral Coafters under her Convoy. Pool, April 5. Pafs'd by the Hampflure, Brenton, for Dublin. Came in William and Thomas, Lander, from London.  Wind S.E. The Thurloe, Bootle, from Levarpool and Cork, is arrived at Antigua. The Great Britain, Davis, from New-England, is arrived'in Holland. Yefterday arrived a Mail .from Holland. Teterjburgh, March 16. The Armaments continue, but with an Alteration that new let as a little into their Detonation. The Irregular Troops have received Orders to halt: It has been infinuated to the Officers of the feveral Regiments, that they mould difpofe of their Field Equipages, and provide themfelves with fuch as are necefiary for Embarkation. Twelve Men of War and zo Gallies are equipping with all Diligence, fo that it is not doubted, bat the Emprefs will fend a Body of her Troops into Germany, and the general Opinion is, that it will be in the Service of the Maritime Powers. Turin, March 29- The Citadel of Cafal capitulated Yefterday, and the Garrifon, which confifts of only 2 50 Men, are Prifoners of War. The Piedmonteze and Auf-trians who are in the Lo'tnelline, are marching to befiege Valenza, and the heavy Artillery defigned for that Pur-pofe,is actually going down the Po. Leghorn, March 24. Three Englifh Men of War en-tred this Port the Day before Yefterday, and afcer having taken ia the Provifions they .wanted, are failed this Day for the Sardinian Seas, where fome other Men of War of the fame Nation are now cruising. The City of Baftia has been blocked up by the Rebels ever fince they matched out of it, and the Inhabitants, divided among themfelves, totitinne to do each other more Harm than the Rebels can do them, till the Englifh Fleet come to fupport them. Cbamlerjt April 4, The Marquis de Mirepoix is affem-tling with all Diligence, by Order of his Moil Chriftian Majsfty, all the Troops that are in the Lyonnois and Dau-pMny, which are to be fent to the Marfhal de Mailleb.ois, who has wrote to the Court, that Italy is loft unlefs a con-fiderable Reinforcemunt is immediately fent him. It is thought, that M. de Mirepoix may affcm-ble 6 or 7000^ Men, which are to be followed by zo Battalions and 30 Squadrons from Alface. Yienx-i, April z. Tkere is no more Talk of the Departure of Duke Charles (fo Prince Cbariesrqf Lorrain is now �Hed at the Imperial Court)-and Prince Lofckowjtz for the Empire; nor is a Word faid about haying an Artny there this Summer. Other Letters of the fame Date from Vi-Wna, fay the'Report of their Departure is revived. Naples, March 22. Their Majeftiks- returned on Friday fcft in perfect Health from Bov,ino.to the Palace .in this. City; buttheir Return was accompaniedI with an Accident. The Horfes that drew their Calam taking Fright at the fire-works made,on"that OccaFTop,r'ffijTYeRfcIe waTbver-f�, and .the King received a flight Bruife in the Head. - Th; ill News wehaVericdvediVam Lornbardy, inftead �fhaftening the Departure of thd^Reinforcements, have hauled the Ernbarkatiori for Genoa to b* fufpended, and *e are allured, that the Troops which were actually on. �arcji have received CoqriterrQrdeis, - po/ogne, Apr\l I?. The Regiment of Old JConigfegg, indtwo Battalions .of'that of Haller, the third of which 15 behind, are paffing the Rhine this Day, with a Troop ^Recruits forlhe. Regiment of WolfenUctel. 'Tis faid, toit General �onigfegg?s Corps, compofed of the Regiments of Damnitz, Charles, Lorrain, Bareith, Brown and jTz, each of three'Battalions, and thofe of Bernes and Biemar, Horfg, ,and Nadafti, Kalnoky and Feftititz, Huf-la�, each of fix Squadrons, except that of Bernes, which Aas only f^ur^ wjj| aj^a marcn mto tne Low Countries. Higue, April j 3. M. Trevor, the Britifh Minifter, was. ^efterday in Conference with the Minifters of the States-general, when he communicated to them the Refolution he King Jus Matter had taken to fend immediately 11,000 fianoverians into the Low-Countries. A frefh Body of tfeffans is alfo talked of for Brabant, and another of Mun-teriins. M. Gilles, whom the States-General have nooai-j^tcd to go to the Court of France, received his Inftruc-m yelterday> and ^i* Day fet out for Paris. Milan, March 27. The unexpected Revolution in Lom- Genoa, whera they are much afraid of a- Vifit from the Imperialiils or PkdmontC2e, perhaps both, by Land ; at the fame Time that thty are -under Apprelic^fions from the? Englifh on the Side of the Sea like wife. LONDON. . 1 ExtraS of a Letter from Leghern, March 25. r The Spaniards and French are almoft routed out of * Lombardy; the King of Sardinia furpriz'd jhe French, ' and made 6200 of them Prifoners, in which arc 400 ' Officers, and five Generals.   Since this the Imperialifts; * have taken feven Battalions of the Spaniards. The' ' French are flying towards Genoa, and the Spaniards? ' jmuft retire to Naples, for the Germans are got between* ' thesij and will prevent their joining any more.- Don. ' Philip is fled into the Venetian State." Letter from Portfmoutb, April6. ' On Friday arrived at Spithead the St. Bartholomew of ' and for Amfterdam, from Bilboa ; the Mailer of which ' fays, that on the 3d Inftant he met with a French Dog- * ger Privateer, of 8 Carriage Guns, 10 Swivels and too ' Men, cruifing dlflfe under Dunnofe. ' Yefterday came into Harbour a Cutter Privateer of 1 4 Carriage Guns, 12 Swivels, and "57 Men, taken by . his Majdly's Sloop of War the Weazle, Capt.Kerley, off Portland.-When the Privateer came for Pertimouth, the Weazle Sloop was in chafe of the above-rnention'd Dogger Privateer, which I hope in my next to give you t] a good Account of.' a% has ftruck a great Terror-into the City and Sate "of It is confirmed that the Spaniards refufed Admifficn into I Tortona to any of M. Maillebois's Troops, and that the ? French in Valenza, which Pl;:ce is now inverted, had Or- ? ders from Count de Gages to retire from that Place unme- 1 diately. T We are inform'd, that the Ghichefter, Captain Lufk, lately taken and fent into Havre-de-Grace, by the Revenge Privateer, had on board a fine Train of Artillery, bought here for the Volunteers of Belfaft, at the Expence of their Officers ; which is a great Disappointment to them, and may be a Publick Lofs, if ihe Rebels mould be .obliged to fly to the North of Ireland, to pufh. their def-perate Fortune. The Leviathan, Warren, from St. Kitts for London, was taken on the 25th of March, three Leagues of the Ifle of Wight, by a French Privateer of 10 Guns, and is carried into Dieppe. t The Poftillion, Marfden, from Leverpool, is loft on the Coaft of Guinea. The Pretty Peggy, Rankin, from Leverpool for Oporto, is taken off the Bar of that Place. This Day will be launch'd at Chatham the Duke William, a Ship of 50 Guns, the Command of which is given to Captain James Gregory. Yefterday feveral Deferters, who were difcover'd a-mbngft the Men belonging to Fitz-James's Regiment, were tried by a Court Martial, and fent back to the Savoy Prifon. The Rev. Mr. Fowke, Fellow o� Magdalen College in Cambridge, is preferred by the Right Hon. the Lord Hobart to the Rectory of Hardmead in Buckinghamshire. On Sunday laft died at Waltbamftow in Effcx, Mrs. Nightingale, Wife of Mr. Nightingale, an eminent Dry-Salter of this City. On Sunday lall died at his Lodgings near Adlon, Mr. Watkins, a Stationer of confiderab'te Bufinefs, the Corner   and a Bill alfo prefented againft him, for a Mifdemeaner, in endeavouring to pervert Juftice. Bzrjbl, April 5.  TharfJay arrived at Bath, attended" with a numerous Retinue, efcorted. by a Party of Horfe, iier Royal Highnefs the Princefs Caroline. ' Wednefday Night laft a Fire broke out at a Dye-houfe in the Lamb-Ground, owing to fome Wool taking fire ia drying, whereby a confidexable quantity of it v.as burht, and three M;n burnt in feveral Parts of their Bodies, before it could be extinguiih'd. We hear that upwards of 469 Men. (being trfofe who lately came from France) have accepted cf the Five Guineas Advance Money, and are gone on board the Privateers, which are fallen down the Road ; but tho:e of the Combination, it feems, ftill 3bide by their forintr'Reio-lutions. SCOTLAND, Edinlurgbs March 31. The laft Advices- From Sutherland, by the Vulture Sloopi which arrived in the Road of Lekh �n Fridav, are, that the Rebels having collected a Number of Fifhing-boats at Findorn, and two other fmall Places in the Murray Firth, put four Men on board each of them, and taking the Benefit of a thick Fog, which lafted f )T eight Daysj coafted round.Tarb.atn.efs to 'f aim in Rofs-"fhire, where a great Body cf their Men lay, there they embarked to the-Number of 12 or i^oocf them, under the Command of the Duke of Perth, Lord Cromarty, and Claftronnald, and on the scth Inflant, at ei^ht in th� Morning, they croffed the Ferry, and landed on the Sutherland Side, about two Miles Weft of Dornoch ; zco of Lcrd Loudon's Regiment being canton'd at that Place, 140 cf them, upon the firft Notice of their landing, retired Eaftwardj the other 60 were furprifed and made pftfoners/ among whom is Major Mackenzie, Capt. Sutherland of Forfe; the Laird of Mackinrofh, and Robert Gnrnt, Adjutant to Loudon's Regiment.-Lord Loudon, who all along has been extremely alert, had left Dornoch that Morning about Five o'clock and was gone Weftward in order to reconnoitre the different Paffes where the reft of his Men were ftationed, dreading nothing from that Quarter, as all the Boats were carried over to the oppofitc' Shore, and judging it was impracticable tobrir.gany from the Murray Finn, fome of his Majelly's Men of War being ftationed there.-His Lordfhip it is prefumed, together with the Lord Prefident, have retreated Weftward.  � The Report touching rhe landing of the' Swedilh Officers at Portfoy is without Foundation, the Vulture having left that Place on Tuefday laft. She looked into that Harbour, and hoifted French Colours,- on which tw0 Boats with t6 Men on board came from the Town. They were all taken and put on board the Aldborough Man of War. We are informed that Major-General Bland with the ad-vanced Guards is'at Huntley ; the main Body of the Army is ftill at Aberdeen-. It is believed, that the Right Hon. the Earl of Crau-furd, at the Head of one Corps of the HelTians, reachea the Caftle of Blair the End of laft Week, and that the other Corps had marched by the Pafe of Kjllichranky. On Thurfday laft arrived at Leith, the Catherine, Law-fon, from London. Laft Night there was caft away in Breaft of In&ieth, i. Sloop; about a Fathom of her Maft remains above Water, and a Boat overfet at her Stern. She has a White Thaift j and 'tis thought that all that were on board are loft, as no Body appeared this Morning on the Ifland, tho' look'd for by the Fifhermen. -Edinburgh jlprif'T:' We do not hear of any Motions of the Army under his Royal Highnefs the Duke". Letters of the 26th ult. from Kirkwall advife, that they were under fome Apprehenfions from a Vifit of the Rebels^ having received Information, that a Body of 1 2 or 1500 had penetrated into Caithnefs.-It is added, that a New England Ship of 14 Guns, fome Swivels, 1^0 fmall Arms, and about 10 Battels of Gun-powder, .which had loaded at Newcaftle^ and. put ^.tP^Stwmoefs, on Pretenc^- of being unable to proceed en her Voyage-to Bofton, had been feized by the Captain apd fix Highlanders, and fix1 Orkney Men along with him ; T*he Crew fled, and- the Mate timeoufly made his Efcape; it feems the Mafter had a Correfpondence with the Rebels, and in particular with � GentlemanJ2_lhe, Orkneys, whofe Attachment to thtt Rebels is well known. ' ' This Morning a Coach with four Prifoners, and about , 20 others on Foot, from Perth, came here under an Ef^ corte of Colonel Lee's Regiment j.they are carried to th�-i|^ Caftle. . ' "f> A Deferter, who had come from the Rebels near Fort. William informs, that there were 600 of the Clans and 36*' �French before that Place: On Saturday the 2zdof March they began to fire with fome Six-pounders, and t.\o Eighty pounders,'and talked of playing fome Guns of greater1 Dimenfion on Moaday the 25th.--A Company of/ohn-.-fton's Regiment is fet out from la.verary, to reinforce that" \ Garrifon. * High Water at London-Bridge, this Day at 29 Minutes, �after, 1. Bank-Stock 118.   Permits 18.   IndX * J�l�- South Sea Stock "no Price. Ditto Old" Annuities no Price: Ditto New g 1 7 8ths. / Four per Cent. Bank Annuities 88a 4th-a % 8ths a 1.4th. Three per Cent. Annuities 75 1 8th. Ditto 1742, 7J 1 8th. Ditto 1743, and 1744, 75 1 8th. Ditto 1745, 75 1 8th. Million Bank no Price. Equivalent 95. Royal Affuranee no Price. London Affurance 9 5 8ths.' ' Englifh Copper 5 I. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no; Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Pric.e. Bank Circulation 41. 2 s. 6 d.  India Bond* 7$ acs. Difc. 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