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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 20, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The INum b. 3608, TUESDAY,   May   20,   1746. Deal, May 18. 'EMAIN his Majefty's Ships Glou-cefter, Lark, and Surprize, with   Gibfon j the Marlborough, Brown; Dorfetlhire, Bowman; Hare, Hill; Liberty, Hill ; York, Story ; the Royal William, Bowman; Hope, Hales; Adventure, Bailey ; Tryton, Pickering } Adventure, Bernard ; and Liberty, Long, all for Cape Breton ; America, Noble, for New England ; Franklyn, Hoar* for Bolton ; Carolina, Mefnard, for Philadelphia ; the Black Prince, Wilfon, for Antigua; with feveral Coatters. The Duke of Cumberland, 2nd Induftry are both failed to Dover Road, to take the Troops on board.   Wind S.W. Grave/end, May 18. Pafs'd by the Chriftian, Reafon, from Bremen ; St. Anthony, Levere, from Lifton ; Frec-der, Crump, from Altena ; Black Eagle, {Perkey, from Stettin 3 Lady Anne, Vinck, from Amfterdam ; Ringden Jacob, Dermcs, from Coleburgh. Tlpnomb, May 16. The Ships mention'd in my laft are this Dayfaif'd, under Convoy of the Ludlow Caftle, and Mary Gaily. Cows, May i j. Came in Happy Return, from Shore -ham. This Morning came to an Anchor in Cowes Road, the St. Michael, (a Prize) Bor.amy, for Guernzey ; Lilly, and Expedition, for ditto; Speedwell, and Friend's Delight, for Jerzey ; all to wait Convoy of the Man of War, who ran aground in turning down this Morning, in Hamp-dire River.   Wind Eaft. Do-otr, May 18. Came in the Rofe, Murphy, from Waterford, for Campvere; the Hope, Reeden, from St. Martin's, for Stockholm ; Endeavour, Larack, for Newcastle ; and Truelove, Clark, from Sunderland. The French Frigat Gala,tha, is got into Graveline ; but it is not known what Damage (he has fuftain'd. The Zing David, Wright ; and Ruby, White, From ! Briftol; and St. Joleph, Woolf, from London, are arrived at St. li^tts, for Jamaica. The Margaret, Myer, from London, at Hamburgh. The Three Brothers, Leverpcol, from London, alio at; Hamburgh. The Prince, Hope, from Bofton, at Nevis. 1 he Dragon, Matthew, from London, at St. Kitts. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland. Nafles, May     The Works of the Caftle of Pefcara are repairing with all Diligence, in order to render that  Place one of the ftrongeft in Italy.   A Camp of Obfirrva-tion, coimfting of iz BatalFiorrs and 12 Squadrons, is a!fo going to be formed between Apulia and Abruzzo, in or- ; dcr to cover the Frontiers of this Kingdom againft any Surprize. ketone/, May 13. The Letters from Lombard/ confirm � the Advantage gained on the 6th Inflant, by the Spaniards, ever tke Aultrians commanded by General Grofs. We-have at the fame Time received Advice, that Mar-fhal Maillebo'js has retaken Poffeftion of Acqui, and that the Piedmontefe Garrifon, which were in that Place, have been obliged to furrender Prifoners of W�r. Virnr.a, May ! 4. The Baggages of Prince Charles, which were ready to depart rur the Empire, have been countermanded. From hence it teems to be determined, that Prince Lobkowitz mail have alone the Command of the Imperial Troops upon the Rhine. P.atisbcx, May 19. When the Diet took the Refolution, on the 13th Ihftant, of conferring on Prince Charles of Lormn the Office of Field-Martha! of the Armies of the Empire, upon the Nomination of the Roman Catholic Powers [the Preteftants have Jiicioi/e a Rrgkt of nominating a Ficld-Msirfia ) die Ministers of Brandenburg and the Elector Palatine were not prefent at the Seffion^Theie Mini Hers, by their Secretaries, entered a Protelt the next Day. in Form, again!! what might be concluded upon this Subject; as did alfo the Princes of the Houfc of Anhalr, in the Name of the reigning Prince of Anhalt-Deffau. Paris, May- 20. The Breft Squadron, commanded by *he Duke d'Anvilie, having Jailed again on the' 8th Infant, we hear that it continues its Rout for the Place of its Dcllination. As we fnall foan know whether this Squadron proceeds beyond the Limits of Europe, it is riccdlefs to mention the Conjectures formed by the Pub-lick upon that Subject. B'u]/~ . Yeiterday we enrered the Lines, where we wait for the Enemy, and our Reinforcements. The French were as this Day to open the Trenches before the Caftle of Antwerp. The Garrifon or Fort' Margaret marched out with all the Military Honours, carrying with them two Pieces of Brafs (fcnncn, the reft except five Iron ones, had been drawn' off befors. LONDON. According to Letters from Pizzighitoni, Lodi, and other Places in Lombardy, the Advantage gained by the Spa� niards in the late Surprize at Codogno, was not fo confi-derable as has been reported. A great Part of the Au-ftrians retired before the Action, the Surprize being fo fud-den, and the means of Refiltance fo unpromifing, that they thought it in vain to make a ftand ; and thofe that were kft were obliged to furrender, to the Number of 1400, after a gallant Defence under cover of the Buildings. The Spaniards loft near 600 iVlen, befides fome Officers of Dittinction. Yefterday Sir John Croft, Bart. Member of Parliament for Leftwithiel, in Cornwall, fet oat for his Seat near Dark-ing in Eflex. On Sunday Night a General Court was held at Ken*, fington, which drd not break up till late ; after which an :Exprefs was difpatched to Mr. Trevor at the Hague, which, it isfaid, carries Difpatchesof the greateft Ln-portance, in the prefent Situation of Affairs between Holland and P'rance. General Sinclair, Col. Holmes, and feveral other OfH^-cers have received Orders to repair forthwith to Portf-mouth, in- order to embark with the Forces which are going on a Secret Expedition. Saturday Orders were fent for Colonel Paulet's Regiment of Marines, how quartered in Kent, to march directly to Portfmoutb, there to embark on board his Majefty's Ships. Yefterday there was-Advice that a French Ship from Marfeiiles for Scanderoon> laden with Bale Goods ; and another from Cdrtftantinople and Smyrna to Marseilles, are both taken by an Eriglifli Man of Wa^- and carried into Leghorn. There was alfo Advice� that the Pearl Privateer, Capt. Campion, has taken a large Neapolitan Bark, from Salo* nica to Marfeiiles, laden with Rice and Tobacco, and carried her into Leghorn. The Charming Molly, Mildrum, is taken by the French between Pemsanceand Falmouth. The Young Charles, Sleeman, from Dantzick, for London, is loft on Harborough Sands. On Friday laft a Perpetuity pafs'd the Great Seal unto Miles Barne, Efqs and his Heirs and Afligns for ever, to inclofe a common Highway from Sfoven Green in the County of Suffolk, to a Place called Sotterley in the fame County; and inftead thereof to make a Road that Paffengers "maypafs and repafs as commodioufly as before. Thomas Riple/j Efq; Comptroller of' his Majefty's Board of Work's, and General Surveyor of Greenwich Hofpita), has appointed Mr- William Robinfon, to be Deputy Surveyor of tBefaid Hofpital, in the room of Mr. Jame?, deceas'd. Saturday the Reverend Mr. Thomas Miers was pre- fented by-Hale, Efq; of WoodtAvn in Sulfex, to the" Rectory of that Parilh, void by the Deceafe of Mr. Cook. Laft Week Mary Gray was committed to the Gatehoufei by Sir Thomas De Veil, for felcnioufiy taking out of the Dwelling houfe of Mr. Angel Carmey in the Haymarket, Jeweller, a fmall Silver Medal, a Pair of Diamond Ear-Rings, of one fingie Rofe Diamond, fifty Leghorn qr Chip Hats, and feveral other Things, his Property, upon her own Confeffion.-Whoever has received all or any Part of the faid Goods, and will give Notice to the faid Mr. Carmey, lhall receive their Money again with Thanks. On Sunday laft Mr. Aaron Levi, a Jew, Deputy-Keeper of Woodftrect Compter, in which Place he has for many Years behaved with the greateft Integrity"'-'arid Hu* manity, was baptis'd, according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Church of England. Yefterday died, after a lingring Ulrefs, in Cowley-ftreet, Mr. George Cole, one of the Clerks in the Chap-ter-houfe where the Records are kept, adjoining (oWet minfter-Abbey. Briftol, May 17. Thurfday laft Jobri Taylor, Efq; an eminent Attorney of this City, was married to Mrs. Me-thuen, a beautiful young VVidow, a near Relation to Sir Paul Methuen, with a confiderable Jointure, and a Fortune of 7009 1. Yefterday about one at Noon, John Barry, condemned at our laft Affizes, for Forgery, (but reprieved for twenty-one Days) was executed for the fame at St. Michael's Hill Gallows.-At the Place of Execution he appeared drefs'd in a Blue Camblet Coat, black Velvet Wafteeoat and Breeches, White Wigg, White Stockings, and new* Pumps ; and feem'd as chearful, (or rather harden'd in. natural BoldnefsJ as tho' he had been going to a Wedding. After the Minifter had done his Office, the Malefactor o-penVy declared, * That he was innocent (as was arfo his ' Wife) of the Crime for which he came there to die ; that ' he knew not of the Death of James Barry 'till Three � Hours after: That tho' it had been generally ififinu.ned 4 he had poifoned the Deceafed, yet he folemnly declared � no fuch Thing ever entered his Thoughts.' And concluded with requefting, ' That hisBody might bedeliver'd * to his Wife, and not given to the Surgeons,' which was granted. And after a few Moments fpent to himtelf, he pull'd his Cap over his Eye?, and throwing his Handkerchief from him as;a Sign, the Cart drew away, and launeh'd him into Eternity. Let the Declaration of the Malefactor be received as it will, Care hath been taken to acquaint ourfelves with the Evidence (who feems to be a modeft, well beloved Perfon, at leaft r 8 Years old) whom the Malefactor called a Boy, who folemnly avers before God, ' That the Malefactor A D V E R TISE M EN TS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-Street.   

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