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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 30, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. Numb. 3 59 WEDNESDAY, April 30, 1746. Deal, April 2 5. AME'down Elizabeth, Colledge, for Virginia; and Neptune, Shore, for New-England ; and remain with his Majeity's Sloop Otter, and the Swift Privateer, with the Dutch Ship, asinmylaft. WindS.S.E. The St. Pedro, Elianes, -, BEggsiBKaar^.,,---from Cork, is arrived at Lifbon. The John, Watfon j and Heftor, Rogers, from Lifbon, at Carolina. The Amfterdam, Mulbury, from Lifbon, at New-England. The Mermaid, James, from London, at Cork. Yefterday arrived a Mail from Holland. From the Imperial Army on the Taro, April 22. General Count Nadafti is purfuing the Spaniards, who, to the Number of 6 or 7000 Men, abandon'd the City of Parma on the 19th Inftant, at Night. They are retired towards the Mountains, and have left behind them their Artillery and Baggage. We flatter ourfelves, that they will be come up with. The Caftle furrendred this Day, the Gar-rifon, confifting of 500 Men, befides 350 fick, are made Priloners of War. Hanover, Jpril 29. Our Troops defrgned for the Low-Countries, have received their fecond Order to march, and are ready to fet out. The Artillery departed the Day before Yeiterday for Antwerp, and is conveyed in Waggons to make the greater Expedition. P.S. The third and lair. Orders for marching are juft arrived from England. Vienna, Jpril 23. Two Englifh Men of War are actually in the Adriatick, in order to cover the Trahfports we are fending by Sea, and give Chace to a Neapolitan Bark, which has endeavour'd to intercept them. franckfort, April 30. The Troops of the Circle of Franconia have Orders to hold themfelves in Readinefs to march, and affemble near Hailbron, towards the Middle of next Month. The Imperial Troops are alfo to affem-hle about the fame Time, but we do not yet know where they will rendezvous. Leghorn, Jpril 14. Four Englifh Men of War, of Admiral Medley's Fleet, which had been feparated by contrary Winds, entered this Port the Day before Yeiterday, and we learn by them, that the faid Admiral, who failed from Port Mahon the i6ih of laft Month, had firft con-dueled a Convoy to Gibraltar, then cruized for feveral Days before Carthagena, and was now arrived on the Coaft of Genoa. We hear from Algiersand Tripoli, that the Regency of thofe two Cities are preparing to fend fome Men'of War to Tunis, in order to dethrone the reigning King, and fet up the Son of the Deceafed. Calais, April zj. According to the laft Letters from Breft, the Fleet, confifting of 26 Men of War, 11 o Merchant-men, and a great Number of Privateers, is now actually at Sea. Moft of the V^flels that ranafhore upon the Coail arc loft, and the People are bufy in faving all they can of their Cargoes. Twenty-five Ships from Mar-timco are arrived in the Ports of Breft, Nantz and Rochelle, 13 ef the fame Convoy having been obliged to put into St. Domingo, and two Englifh Privateers having taken four near Belleifle. Another Privateer of the fame Nation ef 22 Guns, has taken a Frigate of 32 Guns and 180 Men, which was to have convoyed the Merchant Ships from Nantz. Brujfels, May 2. Marfhal de Saye arrived here Yefterday under a Difchargc of all the Artillery. The King is expected the Day after To-morrow, and the Preparations for his Majefty's Reception is redoubled. The Horfe Graffins are paired by in their Way to Vilvorden, and M. de Cremille is fet out with a Party of 4000 Men, to mark �ut a Camp from Efcarbeck to Dieghem. Paffports have been given to all the Auftrian Officers that were Prifoners here, Military and Civil, with Orders to retire. Ulm, April 24. The States of the Circle of Suabia, in the Affembly hekl on the 12th Inftant, refolved to order the Troops they have raifed to hold themfelves in Readings to march, and it was determined they fhould form a Camp if Circumftances require it: But at the fame Time, they came to the following Refolutions, That if the Circles of the Empire ought to provide for their own Security, it is their Intereil not to give Offence to any Power: That therefore, it was proper for them to obfervean exact Neutrality between the King of France and the Emprefs-Queen : That it imported them tp guard the Frontiers of Cermany from Invaiions : That it was not lefs effenual for the Circle of Suabia, not to grant any Paflage thro' its Territories, in order to form any Enter-prize againft either of the Powers of War : That this Circle would join its worts to thofe of the other Circles, to guard the-Banks of the Rhine, and particularly to cover the Country between C -' ' ~ ' " - > � � by the Refidence, or even by the Paflage of any Foreign Troops: That neither Contributions or Quarters fhould be required for the Soldiers, nor any Supplies demanded of Subfiftance, Wood or Forage : In fine, That they fhould not be difquieted in any Manner whatsoever : That, on Condition 'i hings were thus regulated, the Circle of Suabia was ready to concur in the Eitablifliment of a mutual Succour, and to aid its Neigbours under common Necef-fities, in Proportion to its Forces. This Refolution has been communicated to the Circles of Bavaria, the Upper and Lower Rhine, and Franconia. Hague, May c. They write from the Army in Brabant, that the Troops are fo pofted as to cover Namure and Antwerp at once ; and that Field Marfhal Bathiani hopes to render the Siege of thofe two very difficult to the French ; who are not fo ftrong as they have been repre-fented. Madrid, Jpril 17. The Ferrol Squadron has been o-bliged by aTempelt to return into Port, in order to repair the Damages it has received. And the Fleet at Carthagena, which is ready to fail, cannot ftir out of Port, for fear of the Englifh, who watch them with 17 large Ships. From the London Gazette. Whitehall, April 29. This Day an Exprefs arrived from Edinburgh, with the following Advices. Edinburgh, April 26. The Victory obtained over the Reb*Is by his Koyal Higbnefs the Duke, appears every Day to be more and more corapleat and decifive. Thurfday Morning about Three of the Clock, being the Day after the Battle, the Pretender's Son, with Sheridan and Sullivan, and no other Attendants er Servants, was feen pafling Fort Auguftus in his Way to Glengary. Fort Auguftus is burnt and blown up, and there is neither Garrifon nor Provifions there. On Saturday the 19th, Lord Perth, and his Brother called Lord John Drummond, were at Garricmore, within 12 Miles of Fort Auguftus, on their Way ,to Lochabar, attended only by their Servants. The latter order'd the French Horfe of Fitz James's Regiment, who had followed the Pretender's Son and him out of the Battle, to return to Invernefs, and furrender themfelves Prifoners: And the General and laft Order given by the Rebel Officers to thiir Men, was to fhift for themfelves. The Macpherfons were not at the Battle, but were that Day on their March to Invernefs, and upon meeting the Rebels running away from the Action, they returned to their own Country. Lord Elcho was at the Battle, and 'went off with the Pretender's Son, but afterwards they feparated. Orders are given along the Coaft to prevent any of the Rebels from making their Efcape by Sea. The Illuminations and publick Rejoicings here, on Oc-cafion of his Royal Highnefs's Victory, exceeded all that were even feen in thefe Parts. Venice, April 20, N.S. The continued hard Rains which have fallen lately, have probably retarded both the Operations of the Campaign, and our receiving Information from the Armies. A Report prevails, that the Spaniards h,ave begun to withdraw their Cannon from Placen-tia, end vthat they are preparing to retreat themfelves by Stradella towards the Genoefe State j but as yet there is no authentick Confirmation of it. ExtraB of a Letter from Edinburgh. * � The Rebels took the Minifter of Fochabers Prifoner * and carried him with them over the Spey; the honeft � Man could not think of being Idle on the Lord's Day, * and therefore having procured a Stool, he got on theTop � of it and gave them a Sermon, and particularly exhorted * them to lay down their Arms and fubmit themfelves to � the Duke, Which he prefs'd from the Injuftice of their J � Caufe, and the Danger there was of delaying: He faid \ � now was- the Time, and it was poffibk if they fubmitted ' now they might meet with Mercy; the Highland Chiefs � hearing of him, begaa to think he was a dangerousPerfon ' to keep as a Prifoner, and therefore thought fit to � difmifs him, and now he is fafeiy return'd to Focha- * bers. Yefterday the Right Hon. the Hoafe of Peers waited on his Majefty with their Congratulatory Addrefs on the Vittory obtain'd over the Rebels. To which his Majefty was pleas'd to make the following moft gracious Anfwer. My Lords, CfU E Succe/s of my Arms againjl the Rebels is the more rable. At the NEW WELLS the Bottom of Lemon-Street, GoodmanYFields, this prefent Evening will be feveral new Exercifes of Rope-Dancing, Tumbling, Singing and Dancing, with feveral New Scenes in Grotcfque Characters call'd, Harlequin a Captive in France; or, The Frenchman Trapt at laft. The whole to conclude with an exa�t View of ouj Gallant Army under the Command of their Glorious Hero pafling the River Spey; giving the Rebels Battle, and gaining a Complete Viclory near Culloden* Houfe, with the Horfe in Purfuit of the Pretender. 1$ A N K R U 1> T S. Benjamin Leafingby, late of Weft Smithfield, London, Carpenter. Ifaac Correa, otherwife called Francifco Miranda, of London, Merchant. Emanuel HarYey, of Crediton in the County of Devon, Tanner. High-Water this Day at London-Bridge~at 8 Minutes after 7. Bank-Stock 12.3 3 4ths. India Di:to 166. South Sea Stock no Price. Ditto Old Annuities 99 1 4th a 8 3 4ths. Ditto New 98 1 4th a 7 1 half. Four per Cent. Bank Annuities 93 3 4ths a 7 8ths. Three per Cent. Annuities 82 a 1 1 half. Million Bank no Price. Equivalent 95. Royal Affurance no Price. London Aflurance 9 3 4thi. Englifh Copper ; 1. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent. Ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 5 1. 10 s. Pr. India Bonds 17 s. a 14 s. a 18 s. Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies no Price. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders no Price. Three per Cent. Ditto no Price. Tickets 7 s. * 8 s. Pr. Life Annuities 12 1 8th a 11 7 8ths Years Purch. ^
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