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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 13, 1846, London, Middlesex                                General Ad vertifer. ft u m b. 3602. TUESDAY,   Ma y 13,   1746. Deal, May in. AILED the Prince of Wales, Power' for Bolton. Remain the Otter Sloop^ the Danifh Prize, and Dutch Ship_ for India ; the Duke of Cumber land, Major; and Induffry, Gains -ford, for Cape Breton ; America, Noble, for New-England; Ranger, Taylor, for Gibraltar ; and Four Brothers, Brayfhaw, for New York. Wind N.N.E. The Duke of Devonshire, Whitworth, from Briftol, is arrived at Bofton. ThtHudfon, Gilpin ; and Harrifon, -, from Virginia, it Whitehaven. Florence, April 28. ' Two printed Papers, under the � refpe&able Names of the Caurts of Turin and Vienna, * have been difperfcd all over Italy, the firft of the 2d of < October, 1745, and the fecond of the 3d of January, < 1746, both tending to affure the Corficans of the Pro- < teaion and Affiftance of the Emprefs-Queen, the King � of Sardinia, and their Allies.   Thefe Pieces have all the < Chara&eriftics that are ufually looked for in Manifeftoes, � and even more than are fometimes of late Years found in * fuch Writings ; {he famous Declaration of the Republic � of Genoa, in particular, having appeared without Sig-' natures, arid even with Dates that were manifeftly falie. * - Notwithftanding this, the Doge, Governors and Pro-' curators of the moft ferene Republic of Genoa have lately * publifhedakind of Manifefto, figned by the Secretary of � State, John Baptift Piccalugo, in which they affeft to ' maintain, that the faid two Writings are not from the � Courts whofe Names they bear, declaring they do not ' difcover in them tht Siyie of any Court of Europe, and � that they are fatisfied they will be difavow'd both at Vi-' enna and Turin, in order to repair the Damage done to the ' Honour of thofe Courts.   and of 4 which fuch mining Proofs appear in her Impartiality and 4 Neutrality, will not permit them to think that the faid ' Courts can look upon the Meafures /he has been obliged to ' concert with the Crowns of France, Spain and Naples, as 4 the Effeclof any Hatred or pretended Animofity \ the Steps ' therein taken being jujlifed, more than is necejjfary, in the 4 Eyes of all the World, by the indiftenfable Necejfity Jhe * lay under of defending her Liberty end Dominions againjl 4 the great Damages and Prejudices they ivere expofed to by ' the five Territories taken from them in Preliminaries of ' Vienna, and by the nnjujl Projefi refolded on to her Dif-1 advantage in the Treaty of Wtrms. 1 After this Preamble, which takes Hp more than half 'the Manifefto, the Doge, Governors and Procurators ' of the Republic take Occafion to fed new Proofs againft ' the Authenticity of thefe two Pieces in the cbnftant ' Marks of their Gentlenefs and Clemency, which they * have all along fhewn unto the Corficans; enjoining ' thofe Iflanders to regard them as falfe, and forged by the ' Enemies -of their Peace and Happinefs, and exhorting 4 them to continue inviolably attached to the moft ferene ' Republic; This Manifefto, in which Great-Britain is * not named, tho* that Power lent her Ships to Colonel * Rivarola in the Taking of Baftia, is dated the 20th � of February laft. LONDON. Letter from Plymouth^ May 9. * On Tuefday lair the two Men of War and the Out-4 ward-bound Ships failed from hence.  The fame Night * the Marfeilles, Somft>ers, belonging to Dartmouth, ' miftook the Eddiftone'1 Light for a Ship Light, run * afhore, and was bulg'd, and fome of the Crew drown'd. ' The Namure and Maidllone Men of War are failed to ' the Weftward.   Remain in the Sound Hampton-Court, * Mdnmouth, Eagle, and Chefterfield, Cruizing Ships.' Letter from Do-ver, May 11. 4 This Morning came in here the Young Johannes, from ' Bourdeaux for Oftend, fent in by the Eagle Privateer. I Soon after, arrived the Duke of Kingfton, Merringtonj ' from Boloign, with the late Duke of Ormond's Corpfe ' en board. She was Yefterday brought to by a French I Frigat of 24. Guns and 300 Men, her Name the Gala-| tha.-She is fuppos'd to be now at Anchor about three I Leagues to the Southward cf this Place ; and the Car ' hfle Privateer is gone to take a Survey of her. . The Mary Anne, Machel, from Lancafter for Jamaica. ls taken and carried into Port Louis. Thelnduftry, Johnfon, from Shorehiim to Oporto, is �ken and carried into* Galicia. The St. Chriltopher's, Inches, from St. Chriftophers, *or London, is carried into Morlaix. The Coronation, Strong, from WaUrford for New-^undland, is alfo carried into Morlaix. A Veffd call'd the Neptune, Teve, was taken the oth on Lyme by two French Privateers. The Induftry, Smith,, from Colchefter to Dublin, is Lnken by the French. We are informed that an Exprefs arrived Yefterday with Advice, that a Ship was arrived at the Orkneys from New-England, and brings an Account that an Englifh Man of War of 20 Guns, and a Privateer, had taken a Spanifh Galleon, with an immenfe Treafureon board, and carried her into Cape Breton. On Friday laft fail'd out of Portfraouth Harbour for Spithead his Majefty's Ships Mermaid, and Hornet Sloop. -And the fame Day failed the Ludlow Caftle, and Advice Men ef War, with the Ilchefter and Britannia Indiamen, and about 20 Sail of Coafters, to the Weftward. The Efther, Hall ; and Pellings, Nelmes, from St. Kitts, are arrived at Falmouth.-The Fawkener Packet, Capt. Lee, had been at St. Kitts, and failed before the above Ships came away. On the 7th came into Portland Road his Majefty's Sloop Jamaica, Capt. Webb, and brought in a Cutter, which he chas'd off the Ifle of Wight five Hours ; the People on board, finding they could not get clearj came to an Anchor near Frefh-Water Bay* and got on Shoar. She is fuppos'd to be in the Smuggling Trade, and that all who belong'd to her are Out-lawed. The Diamond, Downick, from Bofton to Jamaica, is loft. The Right Hon. the Lord Chancellor has appointed the Firft General Seal to be held at Lincoln's-Jnn Hall on Friday next. A few Days fince died at his Seat Li Suffolk Sir Thomas Hanmer, Bart, who was Speaker of the Houfe of Commons at the Death of Queen Anne.  On Monday fe'nnight died at Ringfhall-Hall in Suffolk, Sir William Barker* Bart. Yefterday a Prefentation pafs'd the Great Seal to Andrew Perrot, Clerk, to the Vicarage cf Stone, in the County of Stafford and Diocefe of Litchfield and Coventry. As did alfo a Prefentation to. John Jeffrys, Clerk, to the Re&ory of St.Nicholas Cole-Abby, in theCity and Diocefe of London. Both which Livings they were prefented to by -thTRipit'Hon. the Lord Chancellor. On Tuefday laft one Mary Taylor was committed to Canterbury Goal, for the Murder of her Baftard Child j which was found lock'd up in a Drawer, where it had been near a Fortnight. Yefterday Mary Fox was committed to Newgate, by Mr. Alderman Davies for felonibufly picking the Pocket of a young Gentleman, about 1 z o'Clock on Sunday Night, in White-Lion Court, in CornHill. Yefterday a Houfe that was repairing in the Sanctuary near Weftminfter-Abbey, took fire thro' the Carelefnefs of the Workmen; and pa{ the Neighbourhood into fuch an Alarm that they mov'd their Goods i but it was happily extinguiihed by themdy Affiftance of a Number of Firemen. On Saturday Sennight was committed to Newgate in Briftol Matthew Daily, of the Duke Privateer, for the Murder of Willam Sullivan, his Comrade, whom-he premeditatedly and wilfully ftabbed with a fharp Knife under the Left Pap, (of which h{ inftantly died) for no other Reafon than only barely fufpefting that the deceas'd 1 had ftruck him with a Stone fome littleTime before, when they were afhore together on the Holmes. SCOTLAND. Edinburgh, May 5. Three Pofts have arrived from the p North firtce Thurfday; all the Advices which they bring jf agree, that the Rebellion is* in a Manner* entirely fup-prefTed. His Royal Highnefs the Duke was ftill at Inver-riefs in perfect. Health, and the Place quite crowded with Priftners, which were every Day brought in. The Mifery of the Rebels is inexpreffible, Hundreds being found dead of their Wounds^ and thro' Hanger, in the Hills, at the Diftance of 12, 14 or ao Mile; from the Place of Battle. Many of the Macpherfons have come to Invernefs, and likewife-feveral Chiefs of an inferior Degree, who never aided the Rebels. The Prifoners are obliged to be put aboard Ships; and we hear,- that feveral Regiments are detached to efcorte a great Number of them to Edinburgh.-^-On the 25th ult. the Right Hon. the Lord Prefident came to Invernefs* from the Ifle   Upwards of 600 Grants are fent into the Frazers Country.--The Monroes, Mac Kays and Sutherlands are taking Care of Rofsfhire, Cromarty, Caithnefs and Sutherland.-The Lord Fortrofe is raifing the Mackehzies, to fecure the Paffages towards the Ifles; arid the Regiments which are ordered up with the Prifoners, as well as the Dragoons, who are on their- Way, will make the Low-Countries quite clear.-*On the whole, it ii certain there is not a Body of the Rebels togetfief.-Sir James Kinloch, his^ two Brothers, and his Btother-in-Law, are taken by the Heffians, near the Grampian Hills, and ar� confined in Perth. And on Thurfday* laft Count Miro-bel, an Officer of high Rank, and Engineer General to the Pretender's Army, with three Servant-,' were Hkewife brought into Perth, by a Party of the Earl of Broadal-bane's Men, who made them Prifoners. Some Letters mention, that a French Ship had appeared ofF Tongue, and. made the proper Signals for Boats, bat rinding none would venture out, fhe hovered till a Sloop of War came in Sight, when fhe crowded'her Sails and made off. - the thi There is a Talk, that his Royal Highnefs the DuVe; p Prince of Heffe, and the Lord Prefident, will all be Week in Edinburgh. On Saturday one Sharp, a Corporal in the Edinburgh Regiment received 200 Lafhes, and was drumm'd thro* the City, for havisg. by his own Confeifion, malicioufly accufedaBurgefsof drinking treasonable Healths. Congratulatory and loyal Addreffes ^to his Majefty, on e Defeat of the Rebels by his Royal Highnefs the Duke* have been tranfmitted from the Nobility and Gentry of th;s Shire, and likewife by the Inhabitants cf this City. Edinburgh, May 6. We have an Account, that certain Information had been received of Lord Lovat's Lurking-place, and that a Party had been detach'd to feize him. nd it was not doubted, but they had made him a Prifoner; long with feveral others who were concealed in the fame 'lace. From all Parts of Scotland* even as far South as Dummies, we have repeated Advice of the Vigilance of the Country People in taking the Rebels, in which they had been very fuccefsful. By a Letter from Invernefs, we fee the following Particulars of the Battle of Golfpie, fought on the 15th ult. be-, twixt the Earl of Sutherland's Militia and the Earl of Cromartyf; the Writer was an Eye-witnefs to the AAion: - The Engagement was fharp, and ended in Lord Cromarty's total Defeat; he had 40 Men killed and drowned befides the wounded } of the whole Rebel Party-only 3d efcaped. The Earl of Cromarty and his Son L. M'Leod, 18 Officers, and 185 private Men, were made Prifoners {. they were purfued to Dunrobin, where they furrendered, with about 1200 1. in Cafh. Of the Sutherland Men, there were only Engaged 145* and not above 20 took the Earl and the reft Prifoners. The Lofs on the other Side as only a few wound*d. w A large and frefh Parcel of the richeft Sort of Genuine! IRISH STUFFS, is juft arrived at 'Wells and Hartlefi Warehoufe, at the Naked Boy and Woolpack in Ludgate. ftreet, with great Variety of Beautiful Mixtures fuitable to the Seafon, in all Colours and Qualities. They have alfo great Choice of other Things for Ladies cheap Gowns; nd deal as largely in all forts of Silks, as ufual. The Reprefentation of the Battle aear Culloden-H�ufei under the Command of our Glorious Heroe the Duke, has met with fuch univerfal Applaufe from CrOded Audiences, that the Proprietor of the New Wells ih Goodman's* Fields, takes this Opportunity, to return his humble Thanks for their kind Appearances; and as every One who has feen the Battle is pleas'd to fay it is done far beyond their Expeftation, he hopes for their further Indulgence. The fame will be perform'd to Night, with feveral Additions. At SADLERS WELLS, lflington, will be perform'* this Evening, a grand Reprefentntian of the compleat Victory, gain'd by his Royal Highnefs the Duke, over the Rebels in Scotland; in which the Curious will perceive} every particular Incident correfpond witri the lattft Intel"-ligence. As it was impoffible to do Juftice to an Affair of this Confequence without fufficient Deliberation, every Perfon of Jadgment willexcufe its being a while deferr'd I efpecially when they obferve the vaft difference between fome little irregular Skirmilhes which have been exhibited in other Places (which neverthelefs, as the Pablick i� in-form'd, fo great is the prefent prevailing Spirit of Loyalty t have delighted the politeft Aadiences, in the fevereft Weather) and a furious Battle undertaken with the greateft Caution, and executed with the greateft Vigour that a Stage is capable of. High-Water this Day at London-Bridge at 30 Minutes after 4. ......... �� Bank Stock 122 ? half. India Ditto 165 ihalf. South Sea Stock 95 3 4ths a 1 half. Ditto Old Annuities 96 1 half a 5 3 4ths a 6. Ditto New 97 1 half a x 4th. Four per Cent. BankAnnaities 92 1 4th a 1 half a 1 4th. Threeper Cent. Annuities '79 3 4ths a 80. Million Bank no Price. Equivalent rib Price; Royal Affa-rance no Price. London Affurance 9 3 4ths. Englifh Copper 5 1. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent. Ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 61. Pr. India Bonds 15 j. a 13 s. Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies no Price. Three *nd a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders no Price. Three per Cent. Ditto no Price. Lottery Tickets 5 s. Prem. Life Annuities 117 8ths Years Purchafe. HAY-MARKET. AT the KING's THEATRE in the HAY-MARKET, thii Day, will be perform1* a Net* OPERA, c*u'd A  N  T  I  G  O  N   O. And Dances and other Decorations; Entirely New. Pi: and fioxci to bk put togetfrer, a*d no Perfoni to fie admitted without Tickets, which will be delivered thii Day, at the Ojpertf Office in tne Hay-Market, at Haifa Guinea each.  Gallery js�, By  HIS  MAJESTY'i Command, NoPerfonj whatsoever to be admitted behind the Scenes. The Gallery to be open'd at Four o'Clock.   Pit and Boxei at Five* To begin �t Half an ffcur after Six o'clock. R A N E LAG H-H O U S E. T Ranelagh-House, on Thurfday next, being the 15th, will be A     BALL. Ticfcets will be deKrer'd at Teni'i Coffee-houfe, Co e�.0�defc$ Mount Coffee-ho�tHn Grofvenoi-Street j and at Ranelagh-Hoi^. A t O    / n. 9 Z ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in for this Paper, at Lkotb's CorFES-Horsj, in Lombard-Street.   

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