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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 12, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. Num b. 357^ SATURDAY, April 12, 1746. Deal, April 10. ESTERDAY after Poll came down his Majefty's Ship the Rofe, and failed this Morning on a Cruize, with the. Ferrit Sloop^ Put back the Carteret, Robinfon, for Gibraltar. Came" down Elizabeth, Pow-ersj for Barbadoes ; Charles Fri-gat, Kelly, for Ireland} the Start, Howell, for Plymouth J PrinceWil-, liam, Hillj for Oporto j and remain with his Majefty's" Ship Scipio. Wind S.E. The Goodwill, Palmer, from Arundel; and Hampfliire, Brenton, from Chichelter, are arrived at Dublin. The Lydiaj Nichols, from Yarmouth, at ditto. The Jane and Hellen, Gehan, from Exeter, at ditto. The Priace Rupert, Dobfon> from Santa Cruz, at Spit-; lead. The Ehdraught, Schreden, from Bremen, at LeoftofF: '; Yefterday arrived a Mail from Holland. Warfaw, March 9. It was upon the King's Reprefen-tations, - that the Emprefs of Ruffia has drawn off her Troops from the Dutchy of Courland, in order to remove the Uneafinefs that their Vicinity gave the Republic. The Irregular Troops which were in the King's Pay, have been difcharged; but we now apprehend, that they will do more Harm to the Country leparately, than they did in a Body when in Pay. . Milan, March 31. The Junto, eftablilhcd here formerly by the Marquis PallaviciiUj Minifter-Plenipotentiary from the Emprefs-Queen, have refum'd the -Reins of Government. A Deputation has been made to this Lord, who is at prefent with Count Brown* to 'compliment him* among ether Things^ upon tbeProgrefs of her Majefty's Arms. Manfua-, March 31, We have colle&ed the following Particulars concerning what pafsM oil the 27th near Guaf-talla ; the Corps of 3000 Men* which General Nadafti attack'd and beat> after having carry'd the Hea4 of th� Bridge>. was the Van-guard of 9009, with whom the 1 Marquis de Caftellar was coming to the Relief of Guaf-talla. Count de Maquir> who commanded the Warafdins and Carbineers of the Portugal Regiment, behaved exceeding well. The Generals of the Enemy who .were made Prifoners, are Carafolb and des Walies> Brigadier Rubecqrie, 2 Colonels, 2 Lieotetrant-Coloneh) 3lilajors,' above 30 Captains, 4 Lieutenants, as many Enfigns, and above 2000 Soldiers. ExtraSl of a Letter fmm Turin, April ' Payiais abandon'd, and the whole Country on this ' Side the Po, the Spasiirds having all tum'd off to the -* Right, to march to the Relief-0? Pafma, Whith is in- * vetted by General Count Brown, and wherein the Mar- * quis de Caftellar is "four, op, with 4 or 500 Men. Gene-' ral Bernclau is mkrch'd to join Count Brown, and the ' Prince of Lichtenftein is following. They will both ; ' crofs the Po at Cremona, where a Bridge is veiling.� Parh, March 8, There is a general Report at Court, that Orders have been difpatch'4 to M. Maiileb'ois to Tend his heavy "Baggage and Artitfeiy ,te Nice, artllhat the Reinforcement of 20,000 Men, who-are matching to his Succour, mould ftop upon 'tbeoVar. This agrees with the Accounts from Italy', which fayj the Artny of the three Crowns cannot keep their Ground for VVant of Provi-fions. � � " ' -s Turin, April i. Within thefe foar Days paft great Qflan--tities of Cannon, Mortars, Ballsy:and Bombs, have 'been I fent down, the Po for the Siege Of Valenia, whack wflljbe immediately undertaken to Wee^t&e Navigation' of the Pb, and fend "SubfifEcnce into .the'Miianefe, elpecialiy F*)ragp. M. de Leutram is to have the Dire&ion of this Siege, ill which We imagine will !be foert oyer. As weH the Troops *| who are to cover theSiege as ^Hofe who aw tofdrm tf, 'are!; .already ia the-JJeighbonjhood of thatPlace. " Ratflon,. Jpril 11.. Recrtuts and Horfes-pafs by here; daily focthe Imperial Troops- marching fromrBohemia to-. wards Suabla. s The trueDeftination of the Troops is not? known, -but they amount to near r$,ooo Men,- "We,how �,] hear they have Qrderi,to ftop in -J&abia>till cquirt of5 Vienna gfyes frelh Inlftrucirons. v ~ . *, Paris, April u. The King's Departure for the Army isf deferr'd till the ^h- of ne^tjMonth ; butthe Generals and| other Officersfet out fucc^vely to their Foils, parfuant tot his Majefty's Orders. TTisthought the Annyivrlf be*af- f ftmbkd'. by thefirft of May. Thejalt-Adwites' from Italy fay, thatM. Maillebois is ftiH in. the Poft of Noyijugoh the Genoefe Territories,*1 where he has retired to fecure his Retreat. We are afiured, � his Army is jedu,c'd to. jo or 12,000, but will foon be re-; infQrced. Bruffils, April The fortifications of Aeth and; Oadeharde have beatdemottmed: by Order of the Cowrt.' Prifoners.taken atVilvorden have beep exchang'd/and: fent back to M. Bonaventurej Gove/nor, of that. P4ace. War/knu, April 2. We ace affured there will be no Septus Concilium -at Faulladty and that-his Majdfy; who is �xpefted after Leijpiic Fair, will oh^y come to iigh; the --Urn-; veifalia for the Convocation Of the General Pyct,:which �*�ill afemble towards the*�net of September. Jhe King^ has appointed Geheiral SibiJ&i to fucceed the late Count-Renaud in the Command' of the Saxon 1 rpops which his Majefty is authorifed to keep in this Kingdom. There are now in Flinders, ready to take the Field, Iffider the Command of Itfarihal Bathiani and the Pnnte of Waideek, ci Battalions and 100 Squadrons, making in *)1 5-0,000 Men. And it is expefted that iO.ooo-Hanove-rians will join them in about three Weeks time. It is faid that the Tranfports with the Troops on board for Scotland, Are put into Hull. The Dreadnought, Bt-atfon,-from Barbadoes for London, v as taken the 24th ult. by a French Privateer* 30 Leagues Weft of the Land's-End, whicbbeloBg'd to Granville, of 40 Guns and 400 Men, and carried into Port Blanche. On the 26th of March they were, chas'd by two Englifli Men of War, and a Slocp^ which obliged them to put into the above Port, otherwife they intended to go for St. Maloes. The above Ship, with the Lyon, Munday, from Barbadoes, (who is alfo taken by the French) had on boaid upwards of tioo Hogiheads of Sug?r, befides 10 Tons of Elephants Teeth, and other Goods, to the amount of 40,0001. Sterling. The Eagle Packet, Capt. Bellew, failed on the 7th Inft. from Falmouth, with the Mail for the Weft>Indies; On Thurfday laft died fuddenly, at his Houfe in Por-tugal-ftreety Mr. Taylor an eminent Attorney, greatly eftee!m*d by all that knew him. The fame Day died, at her Houfe in Piccadilly, in the 82d Year of her Age, Mrs. Saunderfon, a Widow Gentlewoman of"good Fortune, which Ihe has left to Charitable Ufes. On Wednefday Night laft as Mrs. Jones of Brook-ftreet was parting through Ruffel-ftreet, Bloomfbury, in a Chair, Ihe was ftopt by five FelloWs, arm'd with Piftols, Cut-laffes, See. who robb'd her of her Watch and Money. The fame Night. Mrs. Newton, a Midwife, was ftopt in Balfover-ftreetnear CavendiuVfjuare, by two Fellows, who robb'd her of three Shillings and fome Half-pence, and made off towards Tyburn Road. Yefterday a Man, drefs'd like a Carpenter, was gored j in the Eye, and lifed from the Ground, by a Cow near , the.Place where Cheapfide Conduit flood ; he was imme- j diately carried to St. Bartholomew's Hofpital, but continues Speechlefs, and its thought cannot recover. Yefterday the Seffions ended atthe Old Baily, when 14 Prifonfrs were tried, fix of whom were caftfor.Tranfpor-tation and eight Acquitted) among the latter was Mont-ford the'Roriiifh Prieft. The enfuing Seffions begins the 15th of May. On Monday next, the 14th Inftant, will beopen'd, the-4 Aldgate Puttch-houfe, formerly the ,Three-Tun Tavern. 1 Chocolate, Sec. in the Morning, and all Publick Papers 1 taken in. IRELAND. BetfaJ}, April 1. On Friday laft died, much lamented, and on Sunday Evening was decently interr'd, Mr. William Adair of this Place, (but late of London) Merchant. The Gentlemen of the Volunteer Company attended his , Funeral in their Uniform, with Linnen Scarves, and paid ? to his Memory the ufual Military Honours, he having been a generousBenefa&or to that Society.-^-While there is any Regard paid to Filial Duty, to Fraternal Affeftion, to fincere JFriendfhip, to Publick Spirit, to d^Fufive Charity, to Moderation in purfuit of Fortune, to integrity of Manners, join'd with an inoftenfive obliging Carriage, the Memory of this Gentleman, who truly po.ffefs'd thofe Vir* tues, will deferve the higheft Efte'em. Dublin, April 5. His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant 1 and Council have iflued a Proclamation ofterihg k Reward I of 1000 1. for the feizing each �f the Perfons commonly \ called the Duke of Perth, Marquis of Tullibardine, Lord ; GeorgeMurray, Lord LewTs'Gordon, Lord KtDIgo, Ldfd '1 OgleVie, Lord Nairne, Cameron of Lochiel, Gordon of j| Gle$>u�ket, John Murray, Ailed Secretary to the Pretender's Sop, Glengarry or Madoughlin, in cafe they fhauld ' atte.mp't-to land in this Kingdom. ' A* ilfo, a Suitable Reward for difcovering and appre- \ hending any other Perfon concerned in the Rebellion, who ' .fhall Jand-oc attempt to land in this Kingdom, or inlift or ) be concerned in inlifting any of his Majefty's Subjects ' of this'Kingdom, into, or for the Service of thePreten-der.'orhis Son, or for the faid Rebellion, or for ForeigJi Service. - Wcdnef Jay Ml a Proclamation wa's'i'ffued by his Excel- � lency out.Lerd Lieutenant, for taking off the Quarantine: laid on all Veffels coming frq'm Meffina, or any Ports jn' "tHe'MedKerranean or Santa Cruz, the Plague having ceafed in thofe Places'for fome Months paft. We hear that his Excellency cur Lord Lieutenant will go to the Houfe of Peers, the latter End < of next Week, and give the Royal Aflent to the feveral B.lls, and put an End to this Seffion of Parliament. We hear that John Dawfon, Efq; deceafed,. has s left 500 I, forecacling a Charteir-feiool in the County of Tip perarv, afiid'has en-Jo ed it with 40 1. a Year. His Majdry's Royal Letters are arrived from London for, gtantihgth'e Dignity 'of a Vifeouhtefs of this Kingdom to Elizabeth-Mafpu, Daughter and:Heirtfs"-to Joan, Eari of: Grindifon) ,and Wife of Aland Mafon, :Efqj) by the Name, _Style and Title of Vifc.oimtefs Grandifon of Dro-mqna^ Jn the County,of Waterford.j and the Dignity 6f VilcouWefs Qrandifon to the Heirs Male of her Body j]: and Letters-Patent are preparing to pafs the Great Seal accordingly. His fylajelty has been gracioufly pleafed, oo.th^. Recom-;tjiendatUiln:,'
_ lity, the Benefit oft Sigattr andSilfttrt C�OESy which waaf� hare~beefl on the 16th of AprrJ, il-pot dff'tlll the. ]fV of Mak^t Mr. Hickford'sRoorriin.Brewe'f's-ftreet, when wUl b|f-yrrfbnsVd Concert/jf MUSICK, both SerioJM and.^brajc.. < e* Tickets deliter'd oof for the-ifita, will be admitted fjjr iftpf May. the AD V ERTISp M E N T$ are alfo r^ken in tor this Paper, at LcwYd's Cotfbk-Hovse, m Lombard-Street.
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