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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 5, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. Nwm b. 3595, MONDAY,   May 5,   1746. Deal, May 3; EMAlNthe three Dutch Ships for Eafl India, with the America, Noble, for New-England. Arrived the Oliver's Increafe, Luck, from Newcaftle, for Portfmouth; Content, Wilfon ; New Intent, Hoad-ly; and Bleffing, Decker, all from the fame Port to Portfmouth. Wind N.E. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland. Ttterjhourgh, April 16. The Troops which were marching from the Neighbourhood of Mofcow towards Livonia, have received Orders to flop by the Way. The Departure cf the Second 1 rain of Artillery, that was fending to Riga, has likewife been fufpended. When the Count de Lieven had an Audience on the 11 th of the Grand Duke, lie was accompanied by Count de Borck, and, it is faid, he delivered to his Imperial Highnef; the laft Will of the Duke his Father. Thcfe two Minilters had afterwards the Honour to dine with his Imperial Highnefs. The Emprefs's Departure ftill remains fixed to the Month of June, when {he will alfo vifit Pirkau and Revel. from the Imperial Camp on the Taro, April 25. General Count Nadafti came up on the zzd Iniiam, with the Spaniards, who retreated from Parma two Days before : But they found Means that Night to efcape him again, and get into the Mountains on'the Side~~of Tufcany. Our People purfue them brifkly, and make a great many Prifoners, betides they lofe(a great many by Defertion. The Prifoners taken in the Caftle of Parma, coniifts cf 2 Lieutenant-Colonels, 20 Captains, ^Lieutenants, 9Sub-Lieutenants, 3Enfigns, 2 Engineers, 1 Chief-Commiffary, 1 Secretary. 1 Chaplain, 4. Cadets, and 866 Soldiers and Subalterns, befides 2 Officers and 286 Sick, that were found in the City. We got moreover, \z Pieces of Cannon Twenty -four-pounders, 6 of a lefs Bore, 3 Mortars for Bombs of 60 Pounds, 7876 Ballets, 410 Barrels of Powder, and a great Quantity of other Military Provifions. Vim, April 29, N.S. Letters which' arrived this Morning from Infpruck fay, that an Eftafette puffed there the 25th, in his Way from Italy to Vienna, who gave out, that General Nadafti had attacked and defeated the Body under M. de Caftellar, and that ef thofe who had efcaped from the Battle, 250 had defeited to the Aoilrians. Berlin, May 3. Count de Podewils, the King's Cabinet Minifter, went on the 28th palt to Potzdam with Baron Ginckel, Plenipotentiary from the States-General, who had there a private Audience of his Mailer. Their Excellencies returned on the 30th. M. Villiar?, the Britifh Minifter was alfo at Potzdam Yefterday, and after havingpaid his Court to his Mjjefty, fet out for LeipfickFair. Letpfick, May 4. Their Majcflies, the Prince Royal, and Prince Xavier, arrived here on the id, with a numerous Retinue. Dujfcliorp, May 6. The Elector Palatine is expected here from Manheim at the Beginning of Augult. The Caftle o/~ this City is repairing with all Diligence, and other Prepa-tions are making for his Reception. We have Advices from Me z, that the French have fent from thence a large Train of Artillery by the Maes for the Low-Countries, whither they are alfo caufing a confiderable Body of froeps to defile. Liege, May 5. The Auflrian Troops, which had hitherto canton'd in the Neighbourhood of Louvain, and upon the Demer, came Yefterday and joined the Army of the Allies. Field Marfhal Bathiani, whofe Quarters were at Schrik, has this Day removed them to Rofendaal, below that City upon the Nethe. The Prince of Waldeck has eftablifhed his at Drogenhoff. Cope's andRothes's Englifh Regiments have joined the Army, as well as the fecond Battalion of SaxeGotha's from Maeftrick, the firfl being hourly expected. The Army is quite formed, and encamps in a very advantageous Poll behind the Nethe. General Mokk is fent to Vienna, and Major-General de Sincere commands in his Place the Body of Troops that are to cover Rupel. Lieutenant-General Baron Schwartzenberg will command another to cover Mechlin, It is faid the King of France arrived Yefterday at Bruf-fels. The Troops of that Monarch have begun to encamp near that City, with their Left to the Senne, and their Right extending to Tervufen, and, it i:> fuid, all his Army will be formed the Beginning of next Week. A great Number of Deferters -arrive at the General Quarters. There is a Report, that the Enemy difcover a Defign of inarching toward u< with an Army of 50,000 Men, aad a large Train of Artillery. Hague, May 10. Letters from Brabant advife, that the Allied Army continues encamped behind the Nethe, and that of France near Bruffels. A large Detachment of the latter having come to reconnoitre the former, a Corps of Hufiars had orders to attack them, and after a fmart Skir-mifh obliged them ro retire. According to the lall Advices from Italy, Prince Lichtenfte:n has thrown two Bridges over the Taro, in order to pafs that River and attack the Spaniards. By the fame Letters we are told, that the Trenches were opened on the 19th before Valenza, and that the Siege was carried on wi:h fo much Vigour, that an Account of its Surrender was very foon expected. Mom, April-j. We expect a Bjdy of 25,000 French, from ths Mofeile, under the Prince of Conri, to form a Camp from the Sambre to Binche, and, it is fiid, the firfl t olumn arrived Yefterday, having obliged the Inhabitants of Hainalt to furnifh them witn Provifions, on Pain of Military Execution. Vra ckfirt, May 3. The Imperial Minifters, and all who are againfl being hiaffed by France, have hrard with much Satisfaction, the vigorous Refolution of the Circle of Franconia, to fend their Troops to the Camp at Hailbron, and* flatter themfe!vc5, that the other Circles will follow this Example, fo as quickly to make a formidable Army on the Rhine. The Auftrians have actually 27,000 effective Men in the Neighbourhood of that River. Willtnjiadt, April 26. The Tranfports, with the Recruit Horfes belonging to Lord Stair, Lord'Rothes, and General Cope's Regiment, arrived fafe here this Mornihg at Five of the Clock, and it was hoped would be all dii-embarked by To-morrow Morning's Tide. LONDON. From the London Gazette. Whitehall, April 29. This Day an Exprefs arrived from his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland, wif 'ie following Auvices. .Itpvernefs, April 23. On Monday Mr. Grant, with 600 of his Followers, came to join us, and for the prefent they are ordered to be quartered in the MTntofhes Country. The Grants have taken the Lord Balraerino, and delivered him to his Royal Highnefs: He is the Perfon, who, after the Battle of Dumb:ain in the laft Rebellion, delerted to the Rebels at Perth. He was then Capt. E.'phinflone of Shannon's Regiment of Foot. All the French Officers and Soldiers who were left here, are now Prifoners; and Yefterday 310 of them were fhipped off for Newcaftle. Almofl all the Pretender's Son's Servants are come in, and as they are all French, and had not been with him before he came to trance, his Royal Highnefs has given them Paffports to go home. Lord Sutherland is with 8 or 900 of his People in the Head of the Frafer's Country, and near the Chifholms of Strath Glafs. Lord Loudon,who is at prefent with 1300 inthelfle of Skye, is ordered by his Royal Highnefs to land In the Country of the Glenrarolds, and to march up to Fort Auguftus. Lord Cobham's Regiment is thL Day marched forMontrofe, to guard the Sea-Coafl. St. James's, May 1. This Day the Lord-Mayor, Al" dermen, and Common-Council of the City of London' waited on his Majefty with the following Addrefs. To the*King's moft Excellent Majefty, The humble Addrefs of the Lord-Mayor, Aldermen, and Commons of the City of London, in Common-Council affembled. Mcfl Gracious Sovereign, WE your Majefly's moft dutiful and loyal Subjects, the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Commons of the City of London, in Common Council affembled, beg Leave to approach your faced Perfon with our moft fincere and hearty Congratulations upon the ,late glorious Succefs of your Majefly's Arms; which under the Command of his Royal riighnefs the Duke, has defeated the Rebellious Attempts of your deluded Subjects, affiled by the moft inveterate Enemies to the Britifh Conflitution. Permit us, Sir, to return our moft unfeigned Thanks to your Majefty, for the Appointment of his Royal Highnefs the Duke, to this important Service ; whofe Conduct and Bravery, fo early confpicuous, have, by the Bleffing cf the Almighty, produced this our happy Deliverance ; a Glory referved for one of your illuftrious Family, endowed with thofe Princely Qualities, which render him . amiable to thofe under his Command, and formidable to his Enemies. As Difgrace and Ruin has fallen on the Heads of thofe wicked Perfons who have been Confederates in this abhorred and detefted Rebellion for the Subverfion of our happy Conflitution, and depriving us of all that is dear and valuable to os; fo (we truftj that by Divine Providence from their Difappointment and Deftrudtion, Stability will redound to your Majefly's Throne, Unity of Affection to your Royal Perfon and Family, and Glory to your Government, over a free and happy People. May a Series of Succefs attend your Majefly's Arms, until Tranquillity be reftored to Europe ; and your Subjects firmly eftablifhed in the Poffeffion of their jufl Rights of Trade and Navigation. Give ,us leave to add, that it fhall be always our firm Refolution, as it is our inditpen&ble Duty, to oppofe every Attempt of the common Dillurbers of the Peace of Europe, againfl the Rights of your Crown, and that Happinefs which we hode this Nation will ever enjoy under a Suc-ceffion of Proteftant Princes of your Majefly's Royal Houfe. To which Addrefs his Majefty was pleafed to return the following moft gracious Anfwer. /Thanh you for this affedionate Addrefs.   The Satiffaction jmk Jhew in the Succefs of my Arms, againjl the Enemies of our happy Confiitution, and in the ConduS of my Son the Duke, is a fejb and mojl agreeable Mark of your Du'y to me, and Zeal fur my Government. They were gracioufly received ard had aid the Honour of killing his Majefly's Hand. The two Armies in the Parmefan have been cannonading each other ctoIs the Taro; but as the Spaniards a-e in great Want of Provifions, the Succour of Parma is over, and the Paffage is. intercepted thro' the Ecclefiaftic State, it is expected, we fhall foon hear from M.Gages in the Territories of Genoa. We hear his Majefty has ordered Cannon and Small Arms.for the Ufe ot theDobb's-Gally and California,which are now fallen down the River, and will fail in a few Days on then Voyage thro' Hadfon's Straits, to difcover the North-Weft Paffage. There has been no Exprefs for fome Days pall from the Duke.   But, By a Meffenger from Edinburgh Yefterday there i? an Account, which may be depended on, that the Marquis of Tullibardine has furrendered himfelf Prifoner to the Duke, with a Fofeign Officer-of Diftincllon. On Saturday lafl Captain Chambers's Company of Ma-troffes, Bombardiers and Gunners, with fome additional Men, amounting in the whole to 140, embark'd at Woolwich, and the fame Evening fell down the River, in order to fail round to Spithead. And we are ftill affured that 10,000 Men will be immediately embarked at Portfmouth. On Saturday laft feveral of his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland's Baggage-Horfes came to Town from Scotland. The Palace at Kenfing'onis getting in readinefs for the Reception of his Majelty and the Princeis Amelia, who are to dine there on Thurfday next. On Saturday lall his Grace the Duke of Richmond, Mailer of the Horfe to his Majefty fet out from his Houfe in the Privy Garden for his Seat at Goodwood in Suffix. Yefterday the Right Hon. the Earl of Orford, Auditor of his Majefly's Exchequer, arrived at his Houfe in Ne\V Palace Yard from his Seat at Houghton in Norfolk. A Grant has pafs'd the Great Seal unto Dudorick Wif-fel Linden of Scuthampton-fireet Covent-Garden, Doctor of Phyfick, for his new invented Art or My fiery cf making Salt-Petre, from feveral Ingredients the Growth and Produce of England, to him and his Heirs for 14 Years. On Saturday laft a great Match was run over the Beacon Courfe at Newmarket, between Mr. Martindaje's Horfe Sterling (being a Challenge agair.fl any Horfe, &c. in England) and Mr. Parfons's Bay Horfe Babram, Nine Stone each, which was won by the former, by about a Length. The Odds before Starting were Two to One againfl Sterling. There was exceeding good Sport, and great Sums of Money were laid. The Swift, Bartholomew, from Maryland to London, mention'd to be taken lately by the Fiench, is carried into Rochelle. On Saturday laft died after a fhort Illnefs, Sir Simon Urlin, Knt. Recorder of the City of London; a Gentleman who fill'd his Office with great Uprightnefs, and was much refpedtcd by all that knew him. On Friday laft died Mrs. Bearblock, Wife of Mr. Bear-block, an eminent Linnen-draper at Smithfieid-Bars. - - On Friday laft one Goofe, a Sheriff's Officer, being diforder'd in his Senfes, cut his Throat in fuch a manner that he died immediately. On Saturday lafl a Market Porter, who was carrying a Load of Meat to Newgate Market, funk under his Burthen in Bull-and-mouth Street, and died immediately. As RUCK-HOLTHOUSE opens this Morning, in all probability great Numbers of Coaches, &c. will go from London, as ufual; its therefore defir'd they will go by Bow and Stratford, Hackney Bridge (at Temple-Mills) not being repaired. Mr. Smith, at the Pyed-Horfe in Chifwell-ftrret, defim to inform all Gentlemen lovers of that Manly Exercife CRICKETT, that the Ground will be open'd for the Seafon this Day. And a Match will be played on Whit-fon Monday, the Particulars of which will be adveftifed in this Paper. As the Proprietors of Sadler's Wells have diligently em-brae'd every Opportunity of giving their Audiences Satisfaction, they would have thought themfehes guilty of the highefl Error to have been filent upon the prefent happy Occafion ; Every Oafs of Britons rauft be pleafed at the leaft Hint of Gratitude due to that excellent Prince, who has expos'd himfelf to fo many Difficulties for the fake of his Country, and therefore they have endeavour'd to fhew a Natural Scene of what perhaps may happen to many an honeft Countryman in ConfequenCe ot the late happy Vic tory, in a new Interlude of Mufick, call'd Strephon'" Return, or the Britifh Hero, which will be perform'd this Night* with many Advantages ot Drefs and Decoration3 N.B. Mr. Matthews will dance a new Ballet this Evening3 The Reprefentation of the Battle near Culloden-Houfe, has met with fuch univerfal Applaufe from Crowded Audiences, that the Proprietor Qf the New Wells in Good-man's-fields, take* this Opportunity, to return his humble Thanks for their kind Appearances; and as he fpare9 no Expence to make his Performances agreeable to the Town, he hopes for their further Indulgence. The fame will be perform'd to Night with feveral Additions. B    A    N "K    R    5    P    T  S. John Holdman, of the City of Norwich, Grocer. Richard Glover, late of London, Merchant. High-Water this Day at London-Bridge at 11 Minutes after 11. Bank Stock no Price. India Dirto no Price. South Sea "JtoclTnoPrice. Ditto Old Annuities 96 1 4th. Ditto New 97 1 half a 5 8ths. Four per Cent.Bank Annuities 93 5 8ths a 3 Sths a % 8ths. Three per Cent. Annuities 81 1 4th a 81. Million Bank no Price. Equivalent 9;. Royal Affurance no Price. London Affurance 9 3 4tha. Englifh Copper 5 1. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent. Ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 6 1. Pr. India Bonds iS s. a 19 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. Pr. Life Annuities 11 7 8ths a it Years Purchafe. If �X.C   

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