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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 23, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. N B.. c;cSr. t WEDNESDAY, Apr i l 23, > 1746. Deal, April it. EMAIN in the -Downs his Majelty,s Ship the Scipio.i the. Antilope, Heyfham, for New-York; Elle> and Agnes, Duncomby for Guiney; Carteret, Robinfon, for Gibraltar j and Hope, Ferritor, for Madeira. WihdS.S.W. - " ' ] Graftiefehi, April ZJ. Pafc'd By Patjentia, ^cropej, rrom; Norway.? The Cambridge, (late Hubbard)' Yrbm- Guernzey, ps.J ariivfed at Portfmouth. y, , \ The Sally, Cole, from Marione^ afc Naples. \ 1 � � 1 TJprence, April 11, NlS. CommodoreTownlhend hfe-' ving been driven from off The Goafts.of Corfica by a violent Storm, and being under the Ne�efiby-cf patting �$o-j Port Mahon to repair the Damages which his own aid other Ships of his Squadron had received, he left Captajn Vanbrugh to command in his Abfence, "but he1ifee*wjfe was blown off/that Coaft, with five ofher.Ships,. whi�h were all obliged to put .into Leghorn, and before thjjy ' could return, the Genoefe had found Msaris to.fend thrjee large armed Barks to Baftia, to conduct^ of the principjal Inhabitants (Vlalecontents) to Genoa. CThey were met kt-J Sea near Leghorn by the Poftillion-Xebeckof War, w|h whom they engaged for aconfiderable'Time, bur/were tpo ftrong for that fmall Veffel, whiclVwas fo much damaged, that the Captain was obliged to putinto Pprto Ferraro, and from thence proceede'dYo Mahon to refit. Lord Colvil �n. the Leopard-Man of War, together with the Dartmouth,, put into Leghorn.lately_j. the latter loftier. Main:rnaft in a I Storm, and was obliged to refit as well as fhe could thieve, in order to return to Port Mahon, to get another Maftahd to repair. Lord ColviTsShip was extremely damaged jm r for Rigging, but he repaired that at Leghorn, and is preparing to go immediately tijjon a Cruize on the Riviere !of r Genoa. The Nonfueh and Terrible Sloop are failed fcr J. Piombino, which is a PaJTage that all Veffels muft neceffa-' rily take .from Naples to Genoa. The Court of Naples is- c ufmg its utmoft-Efforts to fend Provifions, Troops, and 1 Ammunition to Genoa. The Day that the Leopard afad Dartmouth arrived at Leghorn, thirteen large Veffels frcjm Naples put in here, and the next Qayf proceeded to Genqa. By Advices from Admiral Medley^'datedjthejth of lift , pofed foon to detach Captain Townlhend,; with fotne frejfh. Ships, Bomb-Veffels and Stores, back to'Corfica. Thei( Antelope had been - ordered to cruize off Cape Noli^akd1 the Seaford and Feverfham are failed" for .the A^riatick. | "* Venice, April .15, N.S. On the 3d Inftant Gepefel Brown detached Genetal-Pallavicini, .from h'ti Camp near"1 Sorbolo, with a large Corps, confining of all the Grerja-oiers of the Army, and fome Cavalry, to take Poll n^ar < Parma. On the 4th he marched thither-himfelf with rjhe.!' wliole Army, andfummoned M. de Caitellar to furren(|er,;! before the Arrival' of the Artillery"; but as M.'de Caftelfrr^ anfwered, that his Orders and Intentions were to defend),it?-.-i to the utmoft, it was refolved to attack'the Place -in Forip/< and Bridges were ordered tobethrown over the Rive.r Parma, but the Overflowing of it fifoift theilate Rams h^dH much, retarded the OperationsHowever,-We are informed by Letters from Cremojia of the gthfl-tij*t-..a. Cannonading had been heard all that JDay, from whepce it was 4onclud|d the Auftrians- had .begun tQ.'tatter'the Te^ra. GeneMl Nadatti was polled oikithe fixeatiRoadiietween Parma andV Piocenza with 8000'Men* j to oppofeany Succour^thafO might be- fcAjt'tp-fo:;j5Hjfcf .bri^cf Tpwn., .General Brown was i6..c^^at^ i'itpe^^w p|' prjn'ce Litchtdn-*? Itcin, by whofeJancliiQnihe^Aulkianj'compu'te their Arr$y-~-willconfift of 46,000 Men. M. de Gages, is in the Place4i-r tin with 20,xjoo. Men'.and a large Train- of Artillery."^ Frequent Skirmifhes happen between: the advanced 'Parties, of both . Armies; and as the Sp.apjards ..g^ye out that; thjfey will keep theirGround, it is the.geaej^ Opinion.;that th^e* muft foon be'an Aftion. i e w^'brStrght hither from^trilrand: .4 RewardLf Five hundred Plates has been publi(h>d by Beat of Drifai' for whoever-ftiall difcover and fecure him againl' \ 5 � Vienna, April-so, tf.s. By all that;is to be learnt ^1 the Affairs.of Italy, finccthe laft Poft, it,appears., that General Brown, after having been joined by GenekK Bernclau, whem he appomted to block up Parma> with Battalions. 1 poo _Warafdmers;, |bo -Huffarsr abd5 up ^all his Corps, out of the Plaifentin by the Mountainsof Bobbio, or join M. de Maillebois, who is at St. Agata)3n this Side of Novi, with 13 or 14000 French and LifleJwas' cbvefd with Boats" full of Mortars, Bombs and Warlike Stores j all which-were to be trafif-" ported to Ghent. By Letters of the 25th Inftant frqm Paifisj the Prinqe of Conti, was preparingytp fet out fprm-withfor^the Mofelle ; and the Equipages of the Diikes|on Chartres"arid P^eflthievre were already-gpneto the Armjj, L O N D OUN, , i Y^fterday feveral impadent JacoBitz Lies were fprcj abroad, relating to our Affairs in the North, which Jiad ' even the leaft Foundation; for no Exprefs was Arrived w^ "fliey were fo induftripufly given "out.r--Thank G thole People, who can openly live and enjoy themfelves ,der 'the ptefenthappy. Government (which; they would w|l- c lingljr fubvert) h'ave' nothing but fnch falfe' Reports lof their v^ifti'd-for Succefs; to fupport th'feir foolilb. and wick|d " Errdeavoursl"; '' ' *' i �> Yefterday-JJson an' Exprefs arrived from- iBriftol, with-aibAccounti that-thfe'Alexander Priviteer, Capt. Philli|s, wa's ^arrived there',1 wli'6"had taken d.Spow ami a Brigsn-tine,. botri ho^eWar^^oiind from Mar^inico, laden w>h Sugar j .and^fter^^rds^^afing that, the Solebay Manjof War (taken fome time ago by the French) was in St.'.' Martinis, rlearrBoVdeaBx^ Capt.- PhiilipJ boldly went -^ ,'lhitIlieACa^^l.M4 lias brou her fafe into King-road. On Examination they find -Selebay~has-2uu Meu un tjoard,~a~valnab1e~Qsaritity Bajs Goods-, rand was intended:as Convoy to fpme Sh bound tp Martinico.--rThe Alexander .parted wifh two Prizes off-Lundy; ; * ^ - ':They r write from" ^rackbogrn, in' tiancaftiire, that Royal High'x^%.,the .'Duke's Bir^h-J^aya jyas.celebrated |h.ere with greattRejoicings, as Ringing of'Bdls, Bonfirls, .ajid.JUbminationc^ > Hid Royal Hi^nefiVEfiigy was cj r-ried thro' the Town in great Splendor; one of his" Huff, rs leadingaHighlanderr-with-a-Ropeabotrt^hrrNeck, - ^ nine Cohar greateil he had ._________ one of the moil considerable Torrents in Italy, capable �in fix or fcven Hours of fwelling with fuch an Inundation as no Bridge"can withftand, and of falling in the fame Spajce of Time,- fo as to be in many Place's fordable. With tips uncertain River between them, efpecially\at this Timefof the Year, when both the melting of the Snow*, in ^he .neighbouring Mcuuuirs. and ihe Raips, occafipa v^ry frequent and hidden l"luod?;, neitiier the Auftrians, 510/ die Spaniards, have, it'leans, dared to attempt the Paffage,' io that General Brown, with his Head Quarters over againit Caltle Guelpbo, is cxpecling the Surrender ^of Parma ; and in cafe of the Lofs of that Place, it is fuppofed cither that M. de Gages, who is at Fiorerizuolo, will cr.deii.vour to retreat with the 22000 Men, which make A Veffelfrom Baibadoes, whofe-Name is nocknowjl; and a fmall Privateerof 6'Guns arid. 45 Men� belongiig'1 to Dartmouth, aiiecaktti/by the French, krid carried ii|o St.Maloes. s- -.-\ r j . The King has beeirpleafed to grant-unto the Rigfit Hon. Thoma>�aFl>of.Malton,the Dignity of a M^r- quefs of the Kingdom of Great-Britain, by the Naxrie, Stije, and Titlefpf Marquefs of Rockinghara iz tfte^Coun- ty, ,pf Nprtharapten. . ... ~ , ' the To the Author of the Ge n� r. a l Adv 1 rt 1 ;ea. - S I R,~ -- - ' ff Tho' it is poifible fome Perfons may ;have- fesn the " following Lines, yet 1 am perfwaded you will give " great Pleafure 10 the Generality pf your Readers by '* Inferring them. I am Sic. � \ - -. NAtnre and Fortune blith and gay, ,T� pafs an Hour ;or trwo, Jn Frolick-Mood agreed tp play ,, . At Wbat J&flj this Man doj j Come, I'll'W Judge then, .Fortune cries, , And therefore-Jnuft be Blind j ' Then whipt a Napkin round iie^-Ey^s, And ty'd it; fail behind.' .,j . This done,. Ihe flump'd upbn'her own, ; And' loll'd on Nature?* Knees : So Courtiers cringe ; but make the Throne } A Pillar for their Eafe.; '' , Nature had now prepar'd her Lift Of Names5 on "Scraps of Leather, Which roirdftie gave them each a twift, . And hufled them together. - � Thus mixt, which ever came to hand, She very furely drew ; � Then bad,heVSifter'give Command, ' For what That' Man fhould' do ? -'Twould almoft burft one's Sides to hear What ftrarige Commands fhe gave; That C- r fhould the Laurel. Wear, -And C%--* an Army have. At length when * Stanhope's Name was come^ Dame Nature fmil'd and cry'd, Now tell me, Sifter, this Man's Doom, And what (hall him betide ? That Man, faid Fortune, fhall be One Bleft both by You and Me :- , Nay, then, qupth Nature, let's have djjne j Sifter, I'm fure you fee. ........ Lord Cbtjleifitld, Higk Water London-Bridge, this Day at 32 Minutes after 1. Bank-Stock 123 i 4th a 1 half a 122 1 half. India Ditto. 163. South Sea Stock no Price." Ditto Old Annuities 97 a 1 half-9'7. Ditto New 96 a r half a 1 8th. Bank Annuities 92 3 4ths 90 a 1 hair. 'Three per Cent. Annuities 81 1 half a 82 a 81. Ditto i74?> 81 a 82 a 81. Ditto 1743, and 1744, 1 half a 82*81;-' Ditto 174c, 8 v i half a 82 a 82. Million Bank'no Price. Equivalent 95. Royal Affurance no Price. London Affurance 10. Englifh , Copper 5 1. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price, Five per Cent, ditto no Price... Bank Circulation 5 1. 5 s. Pr. India Bonds 10 s. a 8 s. a 10 s. Prenj. Three jind a half Salt Tallies t$'L Difc! Three and a half per Gent. Exchequer Orders no Price. Three per Cent. Ditto no Price. Tickets 7 s. a 6 s. 6 d. Pr. A H A Y *M A R K E T. T the KING's THEATRE in the .This Morning the -five Soldiers' who deferred from Britifli Forees^in^finders, tnter'd into Fitz-James's Regji-. .mentin the Service,of Ffance. and, wex&-ta^n-on, board thre Soiiel PriVateer, are, to be Ihot in HideiParkj purfua|it. ^;tortheir.Sentenee. ...... . \ -� LaftWeefediedfuddenly-theRev': Dri Eglington, Rej:-' tor of Hockwold cum Wilton. i ', -On Tliurfday laft- the-Body 'of"Mr.7oleph'White; Matter of his-Majeftvjs Ship theRyej whq'has beeixmiftifg "upwardVofta Month, was fpund in the^ud at Borouj GaUle near^ofport. | Two Men of^thatTown were .l;ea,itrf9\Ciiff$ay'^ bnj S&fpicjoi|4tr robbing him ;.ba) nothing- cbuhTbte' t)rev'd ^gaiift them, they were fo ;ajfchargfed:/;';*' ^f^'r � r . \i,iQn. Monday; Rigfit; pne- Mr. Carter, a Silverfmith an '\Yhitec^apsJj' l-mailen, ,* r.vA ' �� � \ 3 � - f On Mondaykft William Miiy^1 a. Watchman belonging tothe'MeVchants'at the Keys, was committed tothe.fapie Place by ^.Alderinan. Bernard, for felonioufly ftealing 60 lb. Weight of Tobacco, from- out of a Lighter at Catherine-Stairs, (who was taken in the faid Lighter) ^he Property .of Mr^ Jonathan Forward, Merchant. * _ HAY-MARKET, Saturday next, will be perform"d a New OtZRA, caU'd . ALEXANDER.in INDIA. With Dances and other DecoR'ations, Entirely New. Pit and Boxet to be put together, and no P^rfory to be admitted without Tickets, Twbjrh JwUL be delivered'tKat Day, at the Opera Office in tke Hay-Market, at Half a Guinea each. CalKry 5 s. By HJ$ MAJESTY"! Command, No Perfpns,yAatfoever tq be admitrtd^behind the Scenes. ' The Gallery to be open'd at Four o'Cleek. pit and Boxes at Five* To begin at Six o'clock. D 1. A R U R Y-L A N Notified theft Thirty Tears. For the Benefit o� Mrs. MACKLIN. 5/ His Majefty's Company of Cimediani, T the Theatre - Roya] in Drury - Litne, __this Day, April 43, will'be revw!d a Comedy, call'd The HUMOURS or the ARMY j Qr>" Tfce Female Officer. The Part ofthe Female Officer (nev^ drefs'd'} by Mrs. WofSngton, �>-. -; '< ^In-�biefe Ae r*ill fpeak an Epile-giJe iri ChaTafter;) Major Young Fox, Mr. Mills ; Capt.Wildifli, Mr.Delanej Wilmot Mft Havardj- Biflt'et, Mr. Yates j Colonel Qigoghegahagogan, Mr. BarringrJon Capti Mackhyland, Mr. Neale j Monf. Capitafne Lea Mathematiques, Mr. Blakei } Brigadier Bloodmore, Mr.Berry; J^apt. Cadwallader, Mr, Macklin; Capt. Hearty, Mr.Winftone j Serjeant' Fiie-off, Mr. I. Sparkej; Corporal Pilfer, Mr. Collins f Lieut. Plunder, MrrMarfhaJ; Rnapiack, Mr. Ray; Judge Advocate, Mr. , Bridges; Preyoft, Mr. Ufter; Clerk,. Mr. Branlby. Laay Blood-jjjore, Mrs. Macklin; Yifloria, Mrs; Mills; Jenny Firelock,. Mifs .Minors j, Nine Hulbandj, Mifs Pitt; Leonora, Mrs. Bennet; Clara, Mifs Cole. * With- S}nging..by Mr. Lowe and Mih Edwards. To which will, be added, a New Farce, call'd AW ILL, and NO WILL-, ,Or, A Bo,ne far the Lawyers. WitB a iJew PRCfLOGTJE to the FARCE, to be written and ' Ipoken by the .PIT.. Ticket* delivered out by Mr. LEACH will be taken. Boxes^s. Pit. 3 s. Firft Gallery a s. - Upger 0311617*11. To begin exactly at. Six o'Clock. n Servants Wiir be admitted to keep PIace?i.on the Stage, which will be form'd into Front and Side Boxes. The Ladies are defired to fend their Semntsby Three o'Cloek. No Money.u,nder the foil Price will be taken during thg Perfor- mance. Jrt' T6-rtorrow The COMICAL LOVERS. Forthe Benefit, of Mr. LiyiEZ.andMr. DESSE. ADVERTISEMENTS are alfo taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-Sireer. r
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