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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 10, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. SATURDAY, May io>   1746. Deal, May 7. AME down the Ranger, Taylor, for Gibraltar. Arrived the Mary and Alice, Kirbv; Good Intent, Nel-fon; and Francis and Mary, Stone, from Newcaftle, for Portfmouth; and remain with his Majefty's Sloop Otter, the Dutch Ships, and Outward-bound.  Wind S.W. Plymouth, May 6. Since my laft came in his Majefty's Ships the Namure, Hampton Court, and Eagle. Came in alfo the Newfoundland Fleet from Dartmouth, under Convoy of the Weazle Sloop. The Outward-bound for the Weft-Indies and Newfoundland are under fail. Pool, May 7. Came in the Catherine, Burton, of and from Scarborough. Southampton, May 7. Yefterday arrived here the St. Michael, of and from Bourdeaux, (a Prize to a Privateer of Guernzey) for Guernzey, Sail'd the New Recovery, Triftam, for Newcaftle.  Wind S.W. The Brothers, Clark, from Irwin ; and Dolphin, Pitts, from Philadelphia, are arrived at Barbadoes. The Vine, Makin, from Maryland j and the Mary, Harrifon, from London, at Liverpool. The Nathaniel, Hunter, from London, at Dublin, LONDON. Extraft of a private Letter from the Hague, May 13. � As the chief Objeft of Attention here is the Cam-' paign now beginning in the Netherlands,Peopleare very � fbiicitous to know what will be the Refuk of eur double * Embaffy to the French Court. We are not indeed clear ' as to the true and full Extent of that Embaffy, but muft, ' in general'conclude, that the Republic hopes by it to � fave their ancient Frontier, which will be in immediate � Danger, if the French either beat the Allies in the � Field, or make themfelves Matters of Antwerp. The � News we have received, however, of the Duke of Cum-4 beriand's Viftory over the Rebels, and the Profpett of � the Extinction of the Rebellion iri Scotland, gives fome � Spirits to the real Patriots, and makes us hope, that if � the Court of England can fpeedily fend over a good Body 4 of National Troops, their High Mightineffes will be ' prevailed upon to take quite other Meafures than what they have feem'd lately to purfue, as it cannot be doubted, 4 bat the Intereft of the Dutch Nation requires to have the 4 French at a greater Diftance from us than they are at pre-' fcnt. � Should vigorous Re&lutions prevail in onr Councils, ' we may be certain of reeing the Negociations with the ' Princes of .the Empire, for banging into Brabant (everal * Bodies of Auxiliary Troops, proceed with immediate 4 Succefs: For it is beyond. Difpute, that our Reluctance 4 to join in any Agreement for paying fuch Troops, out of ' a froward Apprehenfion of'giving farther Offence to.die ' Moft Chriftian King* has rendered fruitlefs all that has 4 been done by theBritifli Minifies at the feveral Courts, * who always treated upon a Suppefition that we were to ' bear our'Proportion of any Contract to that Effect. ' It is the fame Caufe wein-general afcribe the Taking * 18,000 Hanoverians into Britifti Pay, becaafe it is but ' reafonable, that if the British Nation muftpay the whole * Expence of what Auxiliaries, are procured, tihofe Troops * mould be prefer'd that are SubjecTs of his Britannic Ma-4 jefty. Other Troops may be ftill ready upon the Terms 4 formerly propofed,;if we can be once brought to aSt in '.Concertwith our Sifter Maritime Power-. * While I write this, I know it is confidently reported, ' that we have already figned a Neutrality. 1 do no^af-4 firm the contrary ; but Thoufands befides myfelf wiU ' take the liberty not to believe it, 'till they fee the At-' ticles of it, of at leaft the Subftance of ihem made public ' I fhall.take fome other Opportunity to give you my * Thoughts- concerning the Courts of Peterfbhrgh andBer- * lin, which at prefent are great Perplexities to out Poli- * ticiansi     ' 'E&trnejtif n Letter fr*m Edinburgh, dated May * We learn from Perth of the ift Initent, that Count -MiBobel an-'OIBcer Duke ofPerth.-i-This News was ira-. Biediatel)? jpr*a&*kj&i&, -and-in general believ'd. The Court Martial on Board the Prince of Orange at Deptford,' intended laft Monday to have begun the Exa * ruination of the - Witneffea in �te Dfe&nrt of Admiral Le-ftock; but Captain Laton, -one-df the Members of the Court being indiipcaedi the Cow* was adjournM till Thurf-day, when Captaa Latonattending, John Matter* Mafter of theTorbay, and Haac Chapman, Matter.of the ftep-i tune were examihe^:'OnWedne|3ay the judge Advocate, not attending, the Court adjourned till Thurfday, when being inform'd the Judge Advocate wa&flall indifpofed, and not able to attend, theCoart adjournM tiH Monday Morning Nine o'Clock.   .        ' ' This Day about Two VClock the Kent Man of War   one of the juhitfr FelTows of our Uruverfity : He was a G0n-> } tleman highly efieemedfor his Pam and Learning, and ' whofe Death is greatly larriented. This Week twelve18hips with Com arrived here from different Ports.  . . Thturfdaylaft arrived in this Hdrbdur a Veffel bfaboM 200 Tons Burthen, ladett wich;WhiSt, ^fout, attcVPoirtgr, from London^, (he fttuck on a iBank M Tbefday nearArk-lbw, upon Which the Captain and Crew quitted her, but fte was Toon after boarded byiome Pimennen, who got her off, and brought-her fafc in here. Lalft WedneTday a Woman genteely dre&d, was taken out of a Quarry hear the Shades of Gontarf, wheie fhe had. drowned fterfelf, having bsen for fome tt* riifai der'd in -her Senfes. t ^aft 'Night a, Soldier was ftabbed on.the^Stege in :Smopk-' ^lley Pby-Mouie, by one Peyton; who ,was imrflediafeb/ fecured, and committed to Newgate.  We hear the Sxklb^r isfmcedead. Monday Nigh| laft ^ Man ftandijig in a Shop Door ih Francrs-ftreet' was-moVunfortdhately- by another, who, with the reft of the Neighbours, ^as celebrating with Bonfires, and Firing of Guns, the Glorious News of the Defeat- of the Rebels fey his Majefty's Forces, under the Command of his Royal Highnefs the Quke cf Cumberland. This MqrnXgg died ^r. FranqU KeatangjJone of the 'Clerks in the Litmen-Ofrke in the Cattle of Dublin. Monday laft died in as advanced Age, at bis Houfe Cork, Mr. William Thompfon, a very eminent Merchant. The Merchants of this City have received the agreeable Newsthat*thrfi6Vne Privateer {wEich has been for fome Time miffing) had put into Lifbon, and had failed thence, in Company with the Chefterficld the 1 ft of laft Month on a Crake. Laft Sunday Mr. Matthew Dowling, one of the Surveyors ofExcife for this City, feized 18 Anchors of Brandy n�ar the Man of War, and on Monday they were brought to Town, and lodged in the Cuftem-houfe* The Rejoicings all over Dublin on-Account of the Vic* toryover the Rebels are mexpreffible, ever^v one vying.wjtji eacho^errofhew their Loyalty; All our Accounts from Cork, Limerick, Waterford, Deny, CafhelL Antrim, Armagh, Belfaft, Athy4 AthIone� lee, Bandon, Dundalk, Dbwnpatrick, Strabane, and every other Place in the Kingdom agree, that there have been more unjverfal Rejoicings upon his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland's Viftory over the Rebels, than ever was known upon any other Occafion ; and fome true Patriots and Lovers of his Majefty's Family and Government, who could not drink, have given the Monev thrv intended to fpend in Wine, towards the Support Proteftant Charter Schools of this Kingdom Inftance of Religion and Loyalty f 3.C Money they iort of the A glorious Port Royal Parijb, Kingfion, LI S T of the Assembly of Jamaica, appointed to mjt the iZjhjf Mwohlaft. St. Katberim's farijh,     Andrew Archdeacon, Efqj Rofe Fuller, Efq; William Morris, Efq;. John Hudfon Guy, Efq; Richard Halked, Efq; William Jones, Efq; Edward Manning, Efa; James Ord, Efq; .^LjjfiaelfrjCrJf&Rj-"fifig; Dennis Keiley, Efqj William Whitwich, Efq^ Robert Bennet, Efq; John Palmer, Efq; Charles Price, Elq; William Wynter, Efqj Tho. Fearon, Efq; John Sutton, Efq? dead George Booth, Efq; John Pufey, Efq; Samuel Whitehorne, Eiqj William Ety Walter, Efqj PhiKp A^glhig, Efq; Richard Beckford, Efq; WilHamHall, Efq; Ftahcis Hals Sadleir, Efqj Norwood Wilier, Efqj Robert Dalap, Efq^___ Bernard Woodftock, Efq; Henry ^Teedham, Efqj Henry Moore, Efq; Duckeflfiew. St. John, Sixteen Mile Walk, Clarendon, Fere, St. Anne, Hanover, St. James's, Wtfimoreland, St. EJiwiti&t ~   ----- St. Mary, St. Thomas in the Eafi, Portland, St. George, St. David, St. Andrew', WiUtant Lewis, Efq; Robert Penney, Efqj John Smith, Efqj William Otgil, Efq; John Gray, Eiq; George Bennet, Efq; Tho. BainofieW Roffel, Efq; Joha Morie, Efq; . Robert Philips, Eftp 'WtTliim   �rE*|r A large and frefli Parcel of the rfcheft Sort of Genuine lRIS�ST0FFS,'is' juff arrived at WiUt and Bgfokf* I WarehoulSe, at the Naked Boy and' Wodlpack hi-Eudgite. I ttteet, with great Variety of B^utirul:Mixw?s^teble to I the Seafen, in all Colours and Qualities. They have alfo I great Choice bfdth'er Things fottLadies t:h^sGbwns; |ndieal.a4 largely in all fom of Sfltes, astiftfia. A�'the Proprietors of Sadler's Welk hivedJHg^ly em-      J / ibr^c'd^everyOpportittiifiyofgivlhfftlteirAd^etfbesSatis-     ."v. ^ Tfac^ioni they would have thought themfefres ^uMty of the. hieheft Error to have beenfifent upon the.pifefeiK happy C^cafoh- fevferyClai of Britons muft be fieafed'atthe |has &pttfd: kunfitftb^ many 'Dtfficultle?" t^rfe^ake of Shis .GooeJry/^iherelfo Y Natural Scene of what r^h^may limped to many a9 N.B.*fr. M^^^idance^a new Ballet ih�?v*�in�i 1 t^$W$^**?iSo� t^e Battle near ^(klft^Todfe |under ttfe Command of our Grforiotfs Kfcroe4heBtjjeb/^j Imet Witlj fuch imiverialAppkuf�tf�m^roWd^d Andien-|c�,, that the P^jprietor-of tbe 1^WmM^0B&% Welds t^ft ^ Opportunity, ^ fThanks fos. theiV kind %peajahc^jahdas every one fwhohasfeea the *m frpTfe^1 to Jay- itkdonefe arond their Expefbatipn, .1* ^opes^br titeir farmer ^fd$. |�ince. Tfie fame will b^d^^J^Z'^m^ areral Additions. ,  ? ADVERTISEMENTS ar taken ia .for this Paperfa� Lloyd's CoprxB-Hovs^a   

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