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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 21, 1846, London, Middlesex                                General Adver tifer. Nc � C , MONDAY,- April 21,   1746. Deal, April 19. [AIL'D Yefterday after Poft the Snap- . per, Gray ; Clarendon, Campion ; and Parnaffus, Johnfon, for Jamaica ; Elizabeth, Dewers, for Barba-does , Ptoenix, Ellis, for Newfoundland. Came down the Antilope, Heylharo, for New-York; and remains, with his Majefty's Ship the Scipio ; the Ellen and Agnes, Dun-comb, for Guiney j Carteret, Robinfon, for Gibraltar ; and Hope, Ferritor, for Madeira.   Wind E.S.E. LONDON. From the London Gazette. Whitehall, April 18.  Yefterday arrived a Meffenger from his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland, with the following Advices. Spey Mouth, April 13. We marched the 8th from Aberdeen, and encamped the 11 th at Cullen,. where Lord Albemarle joined us, and the whole Arjny was affembled j and Yefterday we marched to the Spey, and pafled it with no other Lofs than of one Dragoon and four Women, who were all drown'd. Major-General Hnlke was detached in the Morning with the 15 Companies of Grenadiers, the Highlanders, and all the Cavalry, and two Pieces of Cannon, and his Royal Highnefs went with them himfelf. On our firft Appearance the Rebels retired from the Side of the Spey towards Elgin ; whereupon the Duke of Kingfton's Horfe immediately forded over, {attained by the Grenadiers and Highlanders j but the Rebels were already got out of their Reach before they could pafs: The Foot waded over as fall as they arrived ; and tho' the Water came up to their Middfes, they went on with great Chearfulnefs The Rebels appeared, to us to be between z and 3000. We are to march this Morning for Elgin, and, if we find it practicable, fhall try to reach Forres, from whence there will be but two Marches to Invernefs. We have had the fineil Weather thatcould be wiftied for our firft Encampment, and have hitherto found Plenty of Straw and Forrage. Stockholm, Aprils O.S. By Letters fromGottenburgh of the 29th paft, we hear, that the Swedifh Officers were ftitl there, and as uncertain as ever with Regard to the Time of their .Departure ; feventeen of them, as they write, had taken their Difcharge. Vienna, April, lit, N.S. By Letters of the 7th Inftant, from General Brown it appears, that a Body of Spaniards had, notwithftanding the Diligence of his Huffars, pafTed from Parma to Placentia, while another Body, the Number of which is differently reported," remains fhut up in Parma; fo that to block|up this laft hejhad left a fuffi-cieat Detachment, while with the reft of his Army hckept about Sacca, where he had his Bridges, and where he hoped to be joined the nextDay by General Bernclau, when he propofed to march with the Iitmoft Diligence to the Taro, in order to prevent the Spaniards'from paffing that River with their whole Force from Placentia. This Situation makes the News from thence to be waited for with the utmoft Impatience.; In .the mean while Prince Lich-tetutein has added three Regiments to the Corps under Berhcfau, and is advancing with the reft of the Auftrians to Codogno. - Berlin, April .10, ^V.S._Sorne of the Pruffian Subjects in the County 6f Linge,n in Weftphaliaj having refufed to (arnilh Recruits out of their Cantons, three Companies of the Regiment of Duffau at-Wefel haye been detached in order id proceed tc Military Execution on them; whereupon' feveral of the Inhabitants are fled. Some Remount Horfes for the Huflars were conducted' hither on the 16th Inftant from Breflau. His Pruffian Majefty continues at Pqtzdam, but is expefted to fct out for Pyrmont about the 20th cif next Month.^"~" ' Copenhagen, April xg. M. del Puerto,- the Spanifh Miniver, at Stockholm, is appointed, we hear, to refide at this Com-t, leaving his-Son in the Poft of Sweden. The King *�:Usnmark is new attended by Dr.VYerlhop, a Phyfiqph" from Hanover. ' ^ /. ffambiurgb', April tz, Letters from Gottenbourg of the 2d Inftahr, 'take Notice pf'thp ArHvalof a Veflfel, \jfhofe- Cargo haU.bce'rj eritfejd, at the PuRgm:houfe under die. Jtnerai ^rt>clft*.gf ^pp. Ujeft* and,! 51 BarieU, without fpecifying any kindic^Mefchandize : However the Contents, were pofitrvtty^feid^ to-coiififr -WHfej 000 Mu&ets, with a proportioMileiOiiantity of Powder and Ball, intended to be embarked, on board the Frederick with the bwedifti Officers.   _________    -______________...... _A>itvje>p, Ap>il 14, O.S. Marfhal JBathiani fet out this Morning for Malines, from whence he wijl.protceed to the Abby oi- Parck- and.rLouvain, where he is to take up his Head-Quarters. His Britannic Majefty's Ele-floral Troops are ready to march from hence upon the fhorteft Warning. Bntifh Squadrpns, who have been cantoned in thefe �U"ts, are to come to this Place as foon as'there- is Room for tnern. The Auftrians and Dutch were to encamp upon the yylc as this Day ; and four Squadrons of Dutch Cavalry, who were quartered here, had orders to march and join but a t;ouritei'mand being arrived to flop their-Marcn, it )is thought th? Encampment will be put off for two or three Days on Recount of the Weather, which ifc ^ prefent ftormy, cold and wet. It is faid, there will be d Hying Campkft in the Neighbo.urhood'of this City. ! Hague,-April-16, N.S. The-Weather has been fo bad *'>r thefe two or rhree Days, that we have not heard whe-Marfhal Bathianj, whofe Head-Quarters are at the v of Parck near Lpuvain, has yet farmed his Camp behind the Dyle. It is faid, that the French Troops are all in Motion, and that they were to be a'Jembled in the Neighbourhood of Hruffels by the 29th Inltant. Marfhal Saxe is arrived at Ghent. We have Advice from Bruffels of the 25th Inftantj that the Day before, all the Cannon and Mortars in the Park were brought down to the River Side in order to be embarked, but which Way they were to be fent is not known : 1 he Army under the French King would extend from the Sea to the Meufe ; and that the Prince of Conti would command from the Meufe to the Rhine ; and the Troops on the Rhine will be under the Command of M. de Segur. Lord Chamberlain s Office, April 18. Ordered, That the Court goes into Mourning on Sunday next the 20th Inftant, for the late Prince of Brunfwick Wolfenbuttel Bevern, viz. The Men to wear Black full trimmed, coloured Swords, and Buckels. The Ladies to wear black Silk or Velvet, coloured Ribbands, Fans and Tippets. We are informed by private Letters, that there are now embarked at Dunkirk, and wait only for a favourable Opportunity to flip by our Men of War, four Companies of Foot, about 40 Officers, fume of them of Diitin&ion, and 30,0001. intended for Scotland ; which we hope will meet with the Fate of the Hazard Sloop. All the Advices concerning the Affairs of Ruflia continue to mention the Body of Men that are to march for the Service of the Maritime Powers, and make them amount to 30,000 Men. The Diftridls of the Electorate of Saxony, who are to pay the Million of Crowns to his Pruffian Majefty, have begun to fend in their Quotas, and the Payment will be made to the Commiffaries from Berlin, as loon as the whole is collected together. We are allured, that the King of Pruffia isdetermin'd to redrefs the Grievances of the Proteftants in Poland; and fupport them in their Rights agreeable to the Treaty of Oliva. On Saturday laft his Majefty went to the Houfe of Peers, and pafVd fuch Bills as were ready for the Royal Affent. We hear a Treaty of Marriage is on foot, and will be fbeedily be confummated, between George Scott, Efq; of Woolfton-Hall in EfTex, and Mifs Gibfcn, Daughter of the Right Rev. the Lord Bifhop of London ; a beautiful Lady, of great Merit, and a very confiderable Fortune. Laft Week the Hon. John Barry/ Efq; Son of the Lord Barrymore, was married to Mifs Smith of Whale-Hall in Eflexj a very agreeable young Lady, with a very large Fortune. � Yefterday was married at Clapham, Bernard Loxham, Efq; of Stoneftreet in Kent, to Mifs Willis, Daughter of Mr. Willis, an eminent Scarlet Dyer in Southwark; an agreeable young Lady, with a confiderable Fortune. Thurfday laft the Rev. Mr. Charles Egerton, Son of the late Bifhop of Hereford, was prefented to the Living of Whitchurch in Shropfhire, worth 800 1. a Year, void by the Deceafe of his Father. Saturday laft the Lord Bifhop of Exeter prefented the Rev. Mr. Erafmus Lewis, L.L.D. to the Rectory of Win-ton Shetland in the County of Devon and Diocefe of Exeter ; void by the Death of the Rev. Mr. Warren. The King has been pleafed to grant the Dignity of a Baron of the Kingdom cf Great Britain unto Charles Earl of Aylesbury and Elgin, by the Name Stile and Title of Baron JBruce, of Tottenham in the County of Wilts, to him and the Heirs Male of his Body ; and in Default of fuch Jflue, to Bruce Brudenell, Efq; Brother to George Earl of Cardigan, and the Heirs Male of his Body. Laft Saturday was interr'd at Greenwich, where he died the Monday before, Mr. John Chalie, an eminent Merchant inMincing-lane. He was a very worthy and valuable Friend, of a chearful, generous Difpofition ; fo that the Lofs of him is extremely regretted, not only by his Friends and Acquaintance, which were very numerous, but alfo by the Diftrefs'd and thePoor, whom he'was always ready to affiftand relieve, to the utmoft of his Ability. Yelterday Morning died of a violent Fever, at his Houfe at Epfom, Mr. Theodofius Scrafton, an eminent. Attorney and Under-SherifF for the County of Hants. His Fortune, which is very confiderable, he has bequeathed to his Nephew, a young Gentleman at Oxford. On Thurfday laft died fuddenly, at his Houfe in Bury-ftreer, St. Janies's^ Mr.! Graham, an Oilman. On Friday laft a Countryman well drefs'd fell down in an Apopleftick Fit in Piccadilly, and died immediately ; he is .not yet known. The fame Day a Boat was overfet near Standgate, by which Accident MrrFletcher, a Com-Chandler at Lambeth, -was drowned. I R  E  L  A  N  D. Dublin, April 11. His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant went this Day to the Houfe of Peers, and being feated on the Throne with t'hs ufual Ceremony, his Excellency fent for the Commons, and,gave the Royal AfTent to the following Bills.     ..... :An Adfor continuing and amending feveral Laws here- tofore made relating to his Majefty's Revenue, and for the more eiFedualjpte^lting of Frauds in his Majefty's Cuf-tbihs anbt'Excile."'*' v An Aft for LJctnfing Hawkers and Eedlars, and for the Encouragement"of Englifh Proteftant Schools. An Aftfc*^ repealing-the feveral Afts of Parliament made in this Kingdom, for the Encouragement and Improvement of. xhe Hempen and Flaxen Manufactures, and. for the better Regulating, Improving and Eucourr-ging ih faid Manufacture?. � An Aft for the more effjftual preventing his Maj;fly*j Subjects fiom enteiing into Foreign Service, and for pub-lifhing an Aft of the iVventh Year of King William 11T. intitled, An Aft to prevent Foreign Education. An Aft for allowing further Time to Perlbns in O-licc? or Employments to qualify themfelves. An A61 to make the Militia of thi; Kingdom more ilfe-ful. An Aft for continuing and amending the feveral Aftsfor the better Regulating of Juries. An Aft for the better Regulating Eleft: ...s of Members to fervein Parliament. An Aft for the better Regulating of Corporations. An Aft for annulling all Marriages to be celebrated by any Popifh Prieft between Proteltanc and Proteftant, or between Proteftant and Papilt ; and to amend and make more cffeftual an Aft pafTed in this Kingdom, in the iixth Year of the Reign of her late Majefty Queen Anne, irC titled, An Aft for the more cffeftual Preventing the taking away and marrying Children againft the Wills cf their Parents or Guardians. An Aft for the Prefervation of the Game, and thi. more eafy Conviftionef fuch as fhi.ll deftroy the fame. An Aft for contiuuing and reviving feveral Temporary-Statutes. An Aft for amending the Laws in relation to Demefne Lands belonging to Archbifhops ; and in relation to the Building new Parifh Churches. An Aft for preventing the Frauds committed in buying and felling Corn and Meal; and for better Regulating tbe Markets. An Aft for accepting the folemn Affirmation or Declaration of the People cailed Quakers, inftead of an Oath in the ufual Form. An Aft to continue and amend the Aft for repairing the Road from Newcaftle to Limerick, and from thence to Cork. An Aft to explain, amend, and make more effcftual an Aft or repairing the Road leading from the Town of Naas in the County of Kildare to the Town of Maryborough in the Queen's County. An Aft for continuing and amending the feveral Laws relating to the Work-houfe of the City of Dublin. And to four private Bills. Bank-Stock 122 1 half. India Ditto 164. South Sea Stock no Price. Ditto Old Annuities 96 1 half. Ditto New 953 4ths. Bank Annuities go 7 fcths 3911 half. Three per Cent. Annuities 80 a 1 half. Ditto 1742, 80 a 1 half. Ditto 1743, and 174.4, 80 a 1 haif. Ditto 1745, 80 1 half. Million Bank no Price. Equivalent 95. Royal AfTurance no Price. London Affurance" 10. Eng\ifh Copper 5 1. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank. Circulation 5 1. c s. Pr. India Bonds 73. a 8 s.^Prem. Three and a half Salt Tallies 13 1. a 14 1. (Difc. Thrsre and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders no Price. Three per Cent. Ditto no Price.   Lottery Tickets 6 s. 6 d. Pr. A HAY-MARKET. T'the KING's THEATRE in the HAY-MARKET, To-morrow, will be perform'd a New OPERA, call'd ALEXANDER in INDIA. With Dances and other Decorations, Entirely Nenv. ' Pit and Bores to be put together/'aad no Perlbns to be admitted-without Tickets, which' will be'delivered that Day, at the Opera Office in tke Hay-Market, at Half a Guinea each.   Gallery 5 s. By  HlS   MAJESTVi  Command, ' No Perlbns whatfoever to be admitted behind the Scenes. The Gallery to be open'd at Four o'clock.   Pit and Boies at Five. To begin at Six o'clock. D   R   U   R   Y-L  A   N   E. Not Acted thefe Thirty Tears. For the*B EN EF1 T of Mr. BR ID G E S, Mr. BLAK.ES, and Mr. CROSS* Prompter. By His Majejtf 's Company of Comedians, AT the Theatre-Royal in Drury - Lane, this Day, April jx, will be revived a Comedy, call'd T HE   SEA    VOYAGE," or,    The Commonwealth c/"Women.     ' A'ter'd from Beaumont and Fletcher. Capt. Marine, Mr. Delane,; Du-Hier,' .Mr. Macklin ; 'ClarmiSi, Mrs. Clive; Frugal, Mr. Yate?; Franvile, Mr. Neale.;  H.-lisrt, Mr. Harrington ;' Monf. La Mure, by Mr.~Btak.es ;' Bolrfptit, Mt. Bridges j Don Sebaftian, by Mr. Sparks ; fricufa', Mr. Gcodfellow j Surgeon, by Mr. I. Sparks; Boucher, Mr. U/her ; Conftable, Mr. Branlby.   Rofdia, Mrs. Bennet ; JuHetty,. Mrt. Crofs ; Ariadne,-By A^fs Edwards, Hippolita, Mifs Minors; Merialippa, bj�Mri" Bridges ; Clita, Mifs Bud^ell ; Aglatlra, Mifs Pitt } � ,Amjnta by Mrs. Woffipginn. With an EPILOGUE, recommending the Caufe of Liberty to tha Beailtiesof 6reat-B;itain, by Mrs. Cllw. With Entertainments, viz.   -Aft I.  A Scotch Dialogue by Mr. Lowe and Mifs Edwards^ Aft II. The ltalijn Peafants by Monf; and Madem, Mechel. Aft III. A Cantata by Mr. Lowe. Aft IV. A Swifs Dance by Monf. and Madera.'Mcehel. To which.will be added a Farce~, call'd The V I.N-TN E RTRI CK'D..- ' The Part of T mothy, the Lying Barber, by Mr. Blakes -y Miium, Mr. I. Sparks ;   Padwell, Mr. B'arrington ; Solomoa Smack, Mr. Collins ; Mrs. Mixum, Mrs. Bribes! Boxes 5s.   Pic j*.    Firft Gallery lb    Upper Gallery is. To begin exaftly at Six o'Clock. frj> To-morrow RICHARD the Tnird. For the Benefit of Mr. G.OODFELLO W and Mr.B ARRINCTON*. V ^ J i^D V ERTIS EM E.N TS_ are alfo taken in for  this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-Street.   

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