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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 22, 1846, London, Middlesex                                T H UR S D A Yi, iw, m*/ 20. JAIL'D this .Morning his Majefty's '-, Ship Gloucefter to the WeAward ; the America,  Noble, for New-England, with' the Coa$.er$.   Regain his Majefty's Ships Lark and Surprize, with the, Ship?, for Cape [, Breton, aqd the other Outward-bound.   WandE.N.E.' i . Grave/end, May 20. Pafs'd by Three Brothers, Beft, from Norway ; Lady Cecilia^ Peber, from Rotterdam*; Sufarmah, Brown, from St. Kitts. Pool, May 19. Remain the John and Ann,*. Richards, for Chatham. Came in-the Cordelia of Hidings,,Boflqm. Wind Eaft. Co-vjcs, May 19. Sailed the Norwich* Ghipp, of and for Cork. Came in Bronger, Gaakea*. from, Portfraonth fir France; and Paikett, Bean, from Shoreham for Dub-In ; and both failed tothe Weftward the fame Day, with his Majefty's Slppp. Weazlc, and the following; Vei^ls, viz. Expedition, Moutant j and Guernsey; Lilly, Mou-�nt. for Guernzey ; Speedwell, Legrflfcf;. and Ffiiend's-Peljght, Richardfon, forjerzeyj the Happy Return j and St. Michael (a French Prize) from BourdeauXi tor Guernzey.  Wind Eaft. The Elizabeth, Haftie, from Virginia, is arrived at Glaigow. Hathboit, Mty 15. Thefollowingis at Copy of the Re-folution taken by the General Diet of the Empire-the Day before Yefterday.  The Three Colleges having deliberated upon the Pro-' portion which has. been made to them in .Form, to fill up � the Place of Field-Maxihal General of the Empire, va- * cant by the Election of his Imperial Majefty, of their ' own free Motion have thought proper to offer that Dig- * nity to his moft Serene Highnefs Duke, Charles of Lor. * rain and Barr, in ConfidcVation of. hit great Military * Experience, .his Valour, and other great Qualities, as * alfo in Confidcration of the Immortal Services which his 4 Auguft Anceftors have render'd to the Imperial iThrone^ ' the Empire, and even to all Chriitendom : And, in Con-' fequencs tliey will mod refoecVuUy intreat his Imperial * Majefty, as they do.by theie Prefents, to engage his molt * Serene Highnefs to accept the/aid Office of  Catholic * Held-Marihal of the Empire, fur the Houaur. of-his * Majefty and the Empire. On this Occafion a. formal Seflion- was held of all the Dyet, out of Refpc&to his Imperial Majefty, which had not been done fince the Year 1737. But the Nomination was not unanimous, as was abfuit given out, the SuiFrages U the Courts of Berlin-, Manheim, Weimarand Anfpach, cot having been favourable to his raoft- Serene Highnefs. Venice, May 14. Signer GiovannirDominico lmberti, formerly our Ambaflador in England, who was promoted two Months ago, to the Office of Grand Chancellor of i'iii Republick, died in the Night between the 7th and Inftant, and, $ie next Day the Council conferred that important Charge on Signor Horatio Bertolini, vpon which Occaaun there were great Rejoicings, Warfvw, May 4. They write frqm Vijna, that the RuIH.in Troops which we>e about Smo|en(ko>, are fpeediljt t>> repair into Livonia^ and that the Infantry will fail down t'  Mat. 22, the; Ludlow CaffleV and Mary Gaily, wk&th* Eafcfcdia Shipj, and, other Outti^-bcmnd.^AdmiraJi Martin'* I* Squadron have afl j'oin'd-hiai, except theTottand, and Letter fnwTlymvutK Mej .18. * By a Tender, arrived oh f uefday 14ft ftorn Admiral I' Martin, we have an Account that.thiy ^had    ,the� feen 4 any thing of the,,BreftS^piadroB.  The fixSaiLofShips 4 -in this Port> wait onty- 4ot a Wind to join - the Admiral, '    "     '  �  l^ejarroica Sloop, ":if PxivaTeer,' Lttfer frm i Pjymoktb,' Mety t& f - - ' ' * � * -. � - - i att^jr Genera's, I heir no certain Account 6l*, th.em.  Mo^ I[of .Ldchiel's Clah are deftxoyed. Bjf w*at tcan �ad the jT^per'iof the Highlander* is fu^h./thataRet an A^iotk, 1 thiej iip not to be bfjoo^hft together again. I ExtraS ef mother Letter, fretnlnvtmtfii May 11. *' ,Th* Baggage of   I paffihgfrom Ku>ghom to Leith. \   ^is generally Deiieved the Pretender hai.gone.off iaoneJ .       .    [of the French Men of War on.theWpft Coaft\ By Letters Yefterdlay^rom. Portfmpujb there. is; Advice, j   r^&i ^ j         Marquis of 'TuMbara^put oh board thacrthe JamaicaSloap i veas arrived there; and; that fte �^ ^[tiiam Man of War in Leith Road," hadiaken the-Privateer meadoa-'d-uvtheabovaLetter, and-      On Thurfdky Evening arrived here the Right Hon. th* lefjt her under Convoy of tlje Hafthig* Man of ^ar* She [ Earl of Finlater. and VeflendaV    r* T�    -t      ---- hasfyt Carnage an4,.tea SwiyeVGiujs,. ar^d.^^r^ep.,  .^fi hear,;Glc�ga3:y .bWient to .rds;.R^yaLH�V�^ Duke of Cumberland, offering to fubmit on Terms: Thati the Anfwer returned'.was^ 41 T^at nbtBirig rJutha abfolute. "Submi^ c^'-jb^V�M^tC!�>W^!iJf he failed to; 4 make,:'fc"m!gh'ta(pfift^^ Lift Moaday R4tfbaed ed a^t to iaiitate A^exan-d^r.^Qxeat, by tftkiag the D/ef� of the Nation they fubdued with his Macedonian Highlanders. By this Day's Qrden for Regalation of Cloathing, Mqr^unt's, HandafydV-Blakeney's and Battereau's Re-.gUn^areto continue, 9t.Inyernefs j ijhe Royal, Semful's and Pu^teney's are to remain in the Mountains; and the \ other 13 Regiments are to march Southward, after remaining long enough in the Highlands to fupport Parties, tha$ are deftrbying the acceft>bjie/)iace& bel9�gih ^o the Rebels. Thp Lowland Rebels are all difperfed, except a very few notorious Villains, who do not hope for Mercy. As to young Perkin, George Marjay, and the reft of his run- on. l, ' "Bd ^^ay^fetoutfor Londea.- I^at-Nobleman was a noted Oppofer of the Rebels, for which hehas fuffered very deeply, they havfa� gntted his Houic, Granaries, Stables, &c. and'carried'off every Thmg poruble, and malicioufly burnt all his Papers, feme of very great Confequenee. -r;-ft. r ^. t r   a v. H � E\daiburghv May 15. W.� do not -hear of the March of his Royal Highnefs the Duke from IayernefSt, whea the Lift Letters came away^ The Prifonjerspf, Di^inclibn, which were taken in Perth, (hire, are feiit North, and it i'siaid, they, with about �8o others, wihVbe Ihipp'd for London".      " On Tueftlay the Marquis, of TuUibardin was put on boardtheElthamManof War. Priforjers are daily-brought in. We hear, that Oapt. Campbell, th� Governor of Fort William, who was dangeroufly Wounded the 9th Day of that, late Siege, as he was giving Orders on the Ramparts, is agaia able ta walk abroad. I EL    AN    T>. DuhJin, May. 13. Laft Thurfdav Capt. Mercer, Com-mander of theBelborough Gailty, brought a Ship to, o� Carrickfergus, who refus'd to anfwer his ^igr.al j v.iierer upon he mann'd bath h\s Boajs, (the Weaker being calm) and fooncame up^with^ her, wjjej; he prdered.her tuunke,, but (he refufed, then he, fired (mail Arms at the Crew, which they - returned: The Engagement continued very warm on both (ides for an Hour and a half ; when Capt. Mercer's Men boarded her, and found ber to be a Scotch, Smuggler, bound from the Ifle qf Mp to the Highlands', with 156 Anchors of Brandy, and other Provisions for the Rebels. The Crew arenow in Irons in the Goal of Carrickfergus. Early Yefterday Morning the Camp Colours, arid upwards of fixty Carts loaded'with Tents' arjd'Bagjgage, were, fent out of To a n for the Camp that, is to be rbrrrjed at Rennet's Bridge, efcorted by tvyo Companies pf Grenadiers'. The old Ball Room in pur Caftls is pulling, down, and a new one, in a very elegant Taite, with ot|ier Buildings, are going to beereded^ t�y Direction of his Exceijency rJ^e Earl of Chefterfield, for which 5000.I. is appointed. Laft, Week Thomas Callaghan, Efqj wai uaanimoufly elected a Member of the Dublin Society. Laft Friday the Right Hon. Sir Thomas Prendergaft, Bart, and his Lady, embarked on board the Yacht for Holyhead. Or Saturday MeflVs. Francis Sullivan, and Francis Andrews, L.L.D. Junior Fellows of our Unimilty were called to the Bar a* Lawyers. Laft Week Dr. Thomas. Fofter, late F�llow ef Trinity College, was married to Mifs Dorah Burgh. Or^ Friday Ticbbumt Afton, Efq; was1 married to Mifs Rowan, Daughter of Caurdellor Rowan. Laft Week ^Capt. Barton, of the County of Clare, was married to Mifs Fofter. The Rev. Dr., Thomas Fofter is prefented by the Pro-voft and Eellows-of Trinity'College^ to" a Living in the Diocefe oSCbgher. void by the Death of Dr. Dennis. And, ^ . Laft Week the Rev. Mr. Brabafon Difney, was fwora a Senior Fellow in the Room of Dr. Fofter. Laft Week died Triftrum Fortjck,' Efqj formerly an eminent Sadler, in Capie-Hreet. Laft Saturday died at his Lodgings in Skinners Row, Mr. Samuel Raymond, an eminent'Attorney. High-Water this Day at Lendon-Bridge at 7 Minutes after 1. AD V E R TISIi. M C.NTS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-Street.   

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