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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 16, 1846, London, Middlesex                                I'M B. -3-57$. - "(V . .f ~ WEDNESDAY,   April 16,   1746. Dealy April 14. EMAIN his Majefty's Ship Sciplo, and Fowey Tender ; Elizabeth, Dewers, for Bafbadoes; and, Car* ttref, Robinfon,for Gibraltar. Wind Ealt. Graveftnd, Jfril 14.   Pafs'd b the St. Nicholas, Annan?, fronv Vilf lanova. The Stubbington, Mauger, from London, is arrived aj .Leghorn. \ The Pearl Privateer, Captain Campion, from Mahonel at ditto. ] The Bacchus, Cobb, fromLifbon, at Carolina.        j Yeftcrday arrived a Mail from Holland. ; Cbambtrry, Jpril 5. We hear, that the French Troopjjj which were in March for Italy, have received Orders froiri Court to (lay where they are, till they have frefh Inftruc^ tions. We are not without Apprehenfions of a Vifit frorr| the Piedmontefe, and there L a general Report, that thef King of Sardinia has refblved to re-conquer thisDutchy. I Lyant, Jfril 6. All the Regular Troops that were herejj marched on the 30th pall for italy, and their Place is ftipA plyed by the Burghers. Commerce is here in a very bad] State, and we look upon Public Affairs to be no-better j The Piedmontefe have had the Courage to penetrate as faij as la Vachette, a Village only a League and a half fromj Briancon. Their Defign was to farprize this City, butj being an Hour and a half too late for that, they took their* Revenge upon the Village, which they have entirely burn| down, to the great Prejudice of the Country. The Vil-j lagc was formerly pallifadoed. According to the laft Ad4 rices from Italy, every Thing there is in Confufion ; the| Spaniards have given the French Notice to evacuate thei Country, calling them Tray tors, and infilling upon it thatj the Affair of Alt', with, its Confequencea, is only a. Piece of French Treachery. 1 Brufels, Jpril 18. The States of Brabant have been,   Donino, with'a Defign to oppofe a Succour of 12000 Mtn, which he wai informed was com-mgfroM Placentia to \l. de Caftellar ; fo that we are in Expectation of hearing every Moment of the Succefs of this Enterprize, which is become the more important, as by Advvees from Lichtcnltein of the }th Inftant, thisCourt has New?, that the Spania/ds had evacuated Pavia tile E>ay before, aud were inarched to Pkcemia. The Prince adds that he doss not doubt pPValentja's havirig heen evacuated at the fume Time, which laft Place jthe' Ki�g �f Sardinia had undertaken the Siege of ;. while he, Prince Lichtenftein, was, by his Sardinian Majefty's Confent, in Motion to. join General Bernclaa upon the Tefiin, on the Side of Pavia. The French who are at Novi aaoV Gavi, and who are faid pot to have been fuffer'd by the'Spanifh Garrifon to enter "into Tortsna, are looked upon, for the prefent,' as out' of Play, till the Arrival of the 25000 Men, which it is faid the Court'- of Verfailles has ordered into Italy through the River of Genoa. The. Spaniards haying now all palled the Po, it is hoped General .Brown will be able to hinder their Retreat into the lEccIefiaftical State,which it is fuppofed mull be their principal Defign in evacuating Pavia, in order to affembleat Placentia. � Whitehall, Jpril 15. An Exprefs, which arrived on Sunday laft front his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cum-barland,' brought the following Advices. Jberdecrti Jpril 6. His Royal Highnefs the Dujce of Cumberland will begin his March To-morrow towards Invcrtfefs-, where he propofes to be on the 17 th Inliant. AH th# Intelligence we have had for thefe two Days paft about the Rebels, has been only a Confirmation of their Confufion and Mutinies; and we hear that they defert from all Parts. Captkin Mac Kay, Lord Reay's Son, and Sir Henry Mofuo, Sou to the late Sir Robert, both Captains in Lord Loudoun's Regiment, are juft come hither with Letters from Captain O Brien of the Sheernefs Man of War now offthii Place, giting an Account, That after chafing the Hazard Sloop (called by the French the Prince Charles Snow)-above 56 Leagues, he drove her afhore, and obliged the French and Spaniards who were in her, to quit her, and to land, which they did, with five Chefts of Money, to the Value of 12000!. and upwards, in order to join the Rebels; but the Lord Reay, in, whole Country they were landed, and at whofe Honfe Captain Mac Kay, Sir Henry Monro, Lord Charles Gordon, and Captain Mac Cleod, with fome other Officers of Lord Loudoun's Regiment were, with about 80 Men of the fame Regimenr, who had been driven thither by the Rebel?, marched out and attacked them, and after killing three or four, and dangeroufly wounding eight, took the remaining 156 Officers, Soldiers and Sailors, Prifoners, who were immediately embarked on board the Sheernefs j and the Prize, with the Highland Officers and Men, who made this Capture, are now here. The Captain of the Sheernefs alfo picked up, in the Orkneys, a Ship of Botton in New England, commanded by one Sinclair, who had fome Arms and Ammunition on board, and had put himfelf into the Power- and Service ef the Pretender. His Mate: and Men had befbrequitted him ; and upon the Sheernefs's; coming into the Harbour of' Stnomnefs, he, and the Highlanders who were with him, got off in the Boat, but; Captain O Brien has brought off the Ship, with what Arms; and Ammunition Were on board. The Prifoners on board the Sheerhefs are ordered to be fent to Berwick. There is: pne Colonel Brawn on beard j whoraa^ehis Efcape from! CarUfle, ^fter the urren,der of the. Town was agreed] u))oh. The Money which was landed out of the Hazard Sloop was taken by Lord Reay's Men. .*. ; The Day after Capt. O Brien took Po&effion of the faid; Sloop, he found on board her 14 Chefts of Piftols and Sabres, with 13 Barrels of Powder, defigned for the Ufe of; the Rebels. I Jberdcen, Jpril "j. The March of the Army for Inver-'. nefs is deferr'd till To-morrow.   We hear from Dunkeld, that the Rebels having raifed the Siege of Blair, and retired with the greafcft Precipitation upon the Approach of the; Troops fent to relieve that Place, the Prince of Heffe was  to return to Perth as this" Day, and to encamp there with, all the fix Heffian Battalions, except 500 Men that are to ; remain at Taybridge ; that St. George's Dragoons were . to be cantoned in and about Huntingtoun, and the two other Regiments were to repair to Crlcf. , J Lift of Prikmrs on beard bis Majeflf's Ship the Sheernefs, Capt. O Si ten, who belonged to the Hazard Sloop, called by the French, Prince CharUt Snow. Colonel Brown, Knight of St. Louis, Commander of the Picquet and all the Land Officers on this Expedition in the French Service. Capt. Talbot, who commanded the Prince Charles Snow, in the Service of France. Capt. M'Mahon, who commanded the Picket of Berwick's Regiment. Capt. St. Clair, of Virft Regiment, Spanifh Service. Capt. Roger's of Berwick's Regiment, Edward Barnewall, William BarntwaU, Nugent, Morris, Lieutenants. Capt. M'Mahbn, of the Regiment of Hainault, French Service. Capt, MTherfon, Hibernian Regiment, Spanifh Service. Capt. Hay, Spanifti Service. Capt. Gould, UltCHiica Jtegimeht, Spanifh Service. Capt. O Farrel), Spahilh Regiment. Lieut, Hynes, Ultonica Regiment, Spanifh Service. Lieut. Ofcrian, Clare's Regiment, French Service. Lieut. Birmingham, Clare's Regiment. O Byrn, the iam� Regiment. Bafil Bamewarl, R6)ral Scotch, French Service. Lieut. Wy$r, the feme Regiment. M. Chabellard; a Qehs d'Armes of the French King s Guard. Lefly, who went as Pilot of the Ship, when fhe was carried to France, aiid'CJime in the Prince Charles Snow, as Pilot or Matter. Blythe, who likewlfe went from Montrofe, and returned jn an Office on board this Ship. Two Deferters, one from the Welch Fuzileers, and one from BTjg6*s.' The reft of the Sea Officers, and the Ship's Company we have not any Lift of. In all, Land and Marine Offi ccr�, and Soldiers and Seamen, there arc 156 Prifoners, Edinburgh, Jpiil 9. The French Privateer, faid to have landed fome Officers and Men in Lord Reay's Country, turns out to be the Hazard Sloop. Lcrd Keay, who arrived at Leith Yefterday, gives the following Account of her being taken. On the 25th of March the Hazard Sloop was obferved by Lord Reay and his People failing up the 1 ongue Bay, and was foon follow'd by Capt. O-Brien in the Sheernefs, who immediately attack'd her. In the Engagement the Hazard Sloop had feveral Men killed, befides a good many wounded, and not being able to maintain the Fight, fhe run afhore on the Shallows, where the Sheernefs could, not follow, and there landed her Men and Money. Lord Reay's Sons, with feme other Officers, gather'fl what Men they could together, attack'd thofe that landed from the Hazard Sloop, and, after killing five of them, took the reft Prifoners, and feized the Money, laid to be 12,500 Guineas; but one Chelt of it was miffing, and anotiier broke. Lord Reay and his Friends being apprehenfive of a Vifit from the Rebels, embarked with their Treafure and Prifoners, and arrived on Sunday Night at Aberdeen with the Hazard Sloop; and in paffing the Orkneys, Capt. O Brien brought along with him the Bofton Ship, that was treach'croufly feized by Cape. Sinclair for the Rebels. It is faid, that Sir James Steuart of Burray h:s raifed 300 Men in thofe Parts for the Rebels, who are plundering Earl Morton's Eflate. Lord M'Cle-d was arrived in CaitJi-nefs with 3 or 400 more, and endeavouring to raiic greater Numbers : His Succefs is varioufly reported. There were fcajce any French, except Sailors on board of the Hazard ; the Officers and Soldnrs are moftly Irilh, and fome Scotch, commanded by one Brown. The three large Ships fc-en off Holy Ifland appear now to be three Dutch Men of War fent to join Commodore Smith. Hague, Jpril 13. The Allied Army in Brabant begins to encamp To-day ox To-morrow. It is fakl that all the Infantry bas Orders to pick out ten of their beft Men per Company, who are to hold themfelves in Readinefs to march Upon fome fecret Detachment at an Hour's Warning. Yefterday being the Birth-Day of his Royal Highneft the Dukeof Cumberland, his Maj'efty received the Com:-pliments^of a numerous and fplendid Court on the happy Occafion ; the Ships in the River difplay'd their Colours^, and at Night there were Bonfires and Illuminations throughout the Cities of London and Weftminfter. His Majefty has been pleafed to appoint Lord George Sackvilk to be Colonel of the Regiment of Foot, late Under the Command of Brigadier General Biigh. Lewii Dejean, Efq; to be Colonel of the Regiment late Sir Robert Monro's.   And Henry Conway, Efq; to be Colonel of the Regiment late Col. Francis Legonier's, Yefterday there was a very numerous and fine Appearance of Ladies at the Rehearfal of the Mufick at St. Paul's, for the Feaft of the Sons of the Clergy ; and the Collection, amounted to upwards of 3601. Yefterday Thomas Tracy, Efcj; youngeft Son of John. Tracy, Efq; late of Stanway in Gloucefteifhire, was married in Henry the Seventh's Chapel, to Mifs Dodwel!, only Daughter and Heirefs of the late Sir William Dod-well, of Sevenhampton in the fame County, a young La-day poffefs'd of an Ellate of 40001. a Year. Yefterday Morning died, at his Houfe in Mincing-lane, John Chalie, Eiq; ayery eminent Merchant of this" City, one of the Directors of the ^Royal-Exchange Aflu-rance'Company. He was much refpecled by all his Acquaintance, and his Death is greatly lamented by all the Trading Part of this City, to whom he was well known. By the Death of Mrs. Hollier, who died laft Wcclr at the Houfe of Zachariah Foxhall, Efq; in Alderfgate-tlrect, her Jointure, and a confideratte Fortune falls to her Son, Mr. William Hollier, a Merchant of this City. The Mercury, Cock, from Maryland to London, is taken by a French Privateer, and carried into Bayonne. The Queen of Hungary, Pearce, from Jamaica, is alfa taken by the French, and carried into Breft. On Sunday laft died at Deptford Capt. Smart, an Offi* cer in the Foot Service, greatly efteem'd by his Acquaintance. Yeftcrday was committed to the New Goal, Southwark, one Robert Freeborne, for the Wilful Murder of a Male Child, about five Weeks old, which was found dead in a Ditch in the Parifh of Stretham in Surry.-Therein; fome material Circumftances relating to this A$vx, which we cannot give till the Coroner's Jury have finifh'd their,In-quifition. Laft Night Michael Neeve Was committed to the fame Prifon, for felonioufly marrying Eleanor Callings, his firft Wife being ftill living. On Monday laft a melancholly Accident happen'd a>t the Houfe of Mr. Durance, an eminent Card-maker in Upper Moor-fields, viz. his Wife, who was afflicted with a Paralytick Diforder,'fell from her Chair upon the Fire, where her Hufband -{who had been with her but a little while before) found her dead, with one fide of her Head burnt in a miferable manner. THJS is a BIRTH-DA Y at the B L AC K' High Water Londoft-Bridge, this Day at 41 Minutes after 6. A D V E RTIS F. MENTS are ?}fo takcp in tor thi* Paper, af Lloyd's Coffxe-Hovsb, in Lombard'Sltrect.,   

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