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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 31, 1846, London, Middlesex                                Si. Numb. 3619*; SATURDAY,   Ma V   31,   1746. Bernl, May 29. RRIVED his Majefty's. Sloop DiC patch frbrii a Cruige $ the Achilles; Homan, from Leghorn j John aha Elisabeth, -r--i; front Dieppe^ with o& Prifonert. Put back the Sakafh Privateer.  Cattle dbwh the Aurora, Davis,, for Itlkd^ i.^K rjmore, Hifcon,, for Cape* jjreton jj Trimmer, Hfcdjey; and , Victory, Dean, Tor Shoreham j Earl of Gaiiifborough, Carey, fo* St. Kitts j Crawford, llarrifon,. for Leverpool \ anU thd j'rincefe-of Wales, for Baft India ; and remain with the" Surprize, andOoitWard-boiiiid.   WM S.W. The Choi&ley, Cook� from Leghorn, is arrived off Dover. LONDON. Letter from Plymouth^ dated May 17. * Yefterday' arrived the Maidftone from the Flett ; and this Day came ia a VeflH that left Admifat Martin on the 26th in the Morning, who had tfren, with hiin i 8 Sail of the Line of Battle. The French' Fleet we're not failed two Days before Ate came. away.   I hope our Ad-  miral will nave the Plieafure to fpeaic with them if they come oat. ~r- Capt. Webb,- of the Leglforii Frigate, arrived at Btiftol, fays, he came out from G^bratiir two Days after the Fleet, and fppke wi't^ a I^an of War, who had1 taken two French Outwardrbpund Ships,, from 4 Marfeilles forMartinicd, one of 30 Guns, and the other ' of 18 ; two others of the fame Force m^de theirEfcape. � TheRoVal Oak; Man of War took iktpfy in" the'Medi-' terranean a French Man of Waiy of 50.Guns ; but file ' was afterwards re-taken by five FreMa Men of War.' Letter from Portjtnwbi May' 29. * Vefterday came to Spitaea&the Jamaica STtiO|!,. Cap*.  Webb, and brought in a French. Cutter Privateer, of ijight Swivels, add 37"Men, whiehtie took' off the Needles; and alio re-took the Oxford Sloop,* Redall, f.om * Whitehaven, whkh the faM Privateer had tikehin fight ' (if tHe Jamaica v , 4i There'has been for three Days paft a great Number of * ^Idm'tliab^irk'd,;.and:aww* are daily expe&ed. The ' folfewlhg Men of War are or�efdfo Convoy the Trarif- jiorts, who have taken the Troops on board, viz. Devonfhire jEdinburgh Superbc Guns So 70 60 Tilbury pPobl Haftings" 60 40 The Report ftill continue?, that a Body of Rebels to the Nujmber of 40oo-areTaffembled in Lochaber, and have got Itengft thpm .die^Qney and Stores lately landed" by the too Freacti Men'c� War";  Jrot as the Duke is n^fching ihftt way^e^'ex^cl fobri'to hea): of their being difpers*!. Yefterday lliyr^^^^lW'^WKm^, wa carried tW lhev City frMWToNei; in a Coach, guarded by; a fc*ty of the Foot'O'tfards, to be exaniin'd by a ConMnit-ttt'ftf thcCouhtilat tH"e; C6gkpij/ ;    . Yefterday feveral ofthe- Rebels wSo'werebrbught in. the fctteSWp^th'tlte'thrte Lbrds'riow in tKeTTovver, were ammjtted to Nc>"gate. ..../> We are ihjermlsd tHat Bri^fwSt^jp^t^n, wjio-was funded, on the Rebels fide/ in h\te Battle, died of tii ' WcWdV on the* 1 ?th lnftanty atft j^ejTsL. This Day the'�$^'Vg\M'f^MWe&w'* Much Regents aShisRjyal Highoefs the Duke" fhould The Jnouth Roads Convoy. 10find out tfle Norm-Welt ifaffijge, ~j - Yelferdaybem^ 'til? fjrft Day of Trinity; jerfn,. the Sight Hon1; the I^^iateeftor, the gaffer of the Rolls. *te logger, jdd''^�fj^l6ts'-at: 14^, ,i��nt' to Wellminfter Half whh' the- ufdal FbMity. Thii Day comes on t^e Eleaipn of ,a fl^wber. of P^r-lianew for'the'BoYoSif^of'Wina/or, whin Henry Fox, lately apWrnel^Se^fitary at'Waif, will V re-chofcn �ithout OppoStion^ Weheairtliat Vnrtfe "SK^psifrtiin Lah'catteV for London, *t taken off Scilly by the Frencb.'-    ... ThtfTufcaft)* jaft afr^e3'from I>giiornf took in. her ^agtsaFrerich^hipteand to Mafttntcoj' w^iich was nnWd: .... The FoiPrivatee*belbn^ing;to .Biijjdl, has'taken a ^renth Coafter' of 156 Toils1, !and feat" he? into, the fcid rert;- . Laft Night the1 Right Iloft. the Earl of Mountjoy ar-r^'in Town from Ireland. Yefterday iiji ri�e Evening her Royal, Higlinefs tirt Prin-cefsCarolina arrived at I{.enfihgton Palace, from Bath. � .. Yefterday died at his Houfe in- Glouceft�r Court, St. James's, Mr. Powell, ene of the Table-deckers to his Majefty. .   . -      ,   \ The Court-ISiartial at Deptferfi, on theTHal of Ad-fllir&i L^fioc^oi-i Mpn^eXaminedCapt.JojbAXlqyd; 0ft-Lieutenant of the Berwick at the Erigagcmerit, Capt. Robert Cflleton, then a Lieutenant of Marines on, boitrd the Torbay, Capt. Henry Huifli; Firft Luuitenaht of th^Cfei-chefter, and Capt. George Stepney, Captain of the Neptune, (Admiral Leftock's Ship). On Tuefday Henry-Richard Du Bois> Midflufcman, John Alexander and John Lifle, Matter's Mms, of the' Rttffel, -       ^ On Wednefday William Davis^ Boatfwaln, Daniel Cafeley and David Murray, Boarlwam's Mate� John Lampriere, Lieutenant; John Burgefi,. Thomas Reader, and Walter Williams; Midshipmen; and Thoiaas Coie-man, aU of the Neptune,  And On ThurWay Mr. JohnGfocef; a Clerk in the Houfe of Commons, was examihed in regard to the Evidence given: before a CQmmittde of the Houfe of Commons, by ioroe of the. Witneffes in Support' of the Charge. Admiral Leftock acquainted the Court, that he had ah Hundred: more Witneffes to call, if the Courtpleaied; battheCoort thinking it unneceflary, the Evidence was clofed, and the Court adjourned till Monday Morning Nine .o'CIock* to confider of the Evidence in order- to proiwunce Senteftce."' There have been 28 Witneffes examined in* Mr.^Leftock's Defence. IRELAND. Dublin, May 24. Laft Sunday his Majesty's Lettej fa%e over for granting a Charter to tlieTruftees of the late Dr.; Jonathan Swift> D, S.P. D. ,tb purqhafe Lands, and to) build an HoTpital for Luna ticks and Idiots. . '   ,    ; Lift Tuefday died Mrs. Trench, W,if? of the:       jUr. Frfdericjt Trench; and' Nie'ce'to' the IBIhop; of 0ffbry. Thurfday lift; their Exceljepcies'. the Lords Juftices were pleafed tp^ approve of Alderman Robert Kinr tofeVveas Lord Mayor of this City for ihe Year enfumg, in the room of Alderman Betojamm Archer, who has declined feeing that Office. Laft Thhrfday died the Rev: and Hon. Mr. Hampton, Re&or.of Diinieefi BfOther to the late Earl of A.bercor�, a Gehtletnan very^niuclie^esm'd for h^ many Virjues. On Friday b^g^'the E,*aiiu.narjons at our Univerfity, for the threieV]a      ........ This Monyhg; j," yQtfiji was djroygs on Shore near the Sherries, aw was afterwards killed by foihe* Fifiier-men. Laft Thtirfdaydied of a violent Fever Mr. George Hyde,.^, B.. of Tfipity College� Dublin : Tp give a Character of this'youhg Gendeinan, were only, to eauine--rate all th�^pioEa) aiid fQcial Duties, whkh by him wer^f fo happily bkndeji, thathe^was at once a devout and conifir-medChj-iftian, a moft facetious and agreeable Companion, an excellent and jubScibus Scholar, and, what Numbers at prsfent regret' the Lofs of, a moft' iyicere, cordia^, and valuable FriendJ: Of him it may with the ftjtfcTeft JuKicefce faid, that heliv-eduniverially beiovedjiand died univerfaHy latfitoitf.      ,       ......    ;.   , Laft Thurfdkjr 4 Sliip of i|6q Tons Burthen, arrived here from^Danteick� laden with Corn� A'Shro'arrlVeJl Ijerte'frqm the ifte ofMan laft Thurfday, the Maitfcr,-of ^^rejMits, jthai'.the.<2(e�r of a Dutch Veffei, that putinto Douglas the Day before affirms, that they faw the Brej$ Squadron with about 300 Tranfports (qrfg of which boarded her) failing diredlly to the Weft , ,. This JWeeK above twenty Felons weire (hipped for Tran-ff�mtiM^A^eri^, ,, , ! s A5 fe^S^^a^ajpor Woman, m Meath-ftreet,' was jbrbugfe^toBea'orthree Sons, who are all living1 and: I welL,^        . Oiir Pariiirarnt which was pforogucd to, laft Tuefday the" 20th iVft&nt, is further prdroguea to Tueflay the fir ft of next Jal^... , Sunday laft Mr. Jofeph Goff� an eralhent Merchant, and one of iM'I'ebjfle^c^Ied'.Q^ers,. was married to Mife Unftahk, an agreeable'young Lady with a large Fortune. rOa Tuefday Evening laft a young l^ft aCjitler by Trjwjei was unfortunately drowned hear Mift-Toywi, where he went to wafti himfelf.        .        , , Dsftv Week died of a^very advanc'U Age, Francis Lucasy Efo^ ^Memberrf Parliament for -the Borough of Moriaghan which Place he reprefeftted near fbtty Years. Thiywa-tte. from Birr in the King** County, that "the Hay.Harveft ih that Country is very forward, a&dt^at on Monday the i oth Infta^t, Mr. JE^enry jP^jfner of that Town riiow'd a larj^e ^eadbw. ^that was  ridge. "K�TEkome, my Lord! from all, that Grandeur mares .^fy   Of puhlic Gratitude and public Cares I From each, bleft Acjt, which crowns the Ruler's Hand, (Arn^the heft Praifes of a faithful Lapd, Welcome, as when from Sickriefs freed, and Pain The Sun iirft vifitsthe reviving Swain. .. You, j like that.Suh, the Joy of Human Kind, Adorn'd with Glory, and with Light re'fin'd, To various Nations, in their Turns divide The Heat which chears them,, and the Beams which guide ; Yet, e're you gild fome happier Realm-with Day, Give us to view, andblefs the parting Ray. Thefe WaJIs, my Lord, to Heaveii |ong lince configrfd, Point out their uferul influence o'er the Mind j To raife it far abdv& the 1 ricks of Aft; With manly Raptnres .to1 eiiffaifle the Hearty Tft fcerri the Fraads Which Superftitipn tries. Feign'd Vows, and Groans uniek, aqd lifted Fyes, Sincere, our Tranfports from Convidtion flow : Theyrik from Reaibn, .and with That they grow. Kind Charity calk forth the Power of Love Each. Want to'fuctxwr, and ea& lyiim! ijriprove: And ev^ry QbjeS which fala^" jlout^gyer   - -Telk hqw ta live, by teaching How to dieu : The^ Gen�rous,l diiiJ, tnis;Carefor Htjroan Race, Yqur Favour will protect, your Zeal embrace : Such a Religion STANHOPE muftapprove ; S^ch Aims, theFriefid'of HuroartNature love. Bleft with your Smiles, by your Example chear'd, Impif'dby Wifdain, and by V^it end'ear'd, Religion fooh fhatiev'^ Breaft refine, And" Arts, and Learning crown tEe;iacred Shrine : Stripp'd of the Pltfmes which drefs^d her out fo gay, . The Charms of - Vice fhall haften totfecay ; �True focia**Biety oi'er Earth exiend^^. And ev'ry Mufe be ev'ry Virtue's Friend. To theiAuthor of the General Advertiser. 5 I R, IObferv'd that People were pleasMwith your Paper cf Monday, for the Account it gave of M.^5a�.- And, indeed'tis a very natural Cutiplity to enquire after almoft any! Particularities that are ptrfonal or peculiar to thofe Men; who" make a ftuning Figure either in the Cabinet or -f � T&s it was that made me turn to. the Memoits of the Baron dt Polimtzt who has hardly omitted one cohfpicuoua Character at any .of the Court he vifited. As to the Saxon Court, in* particular, he is very copious in the prefent State of it, fo. that! did net doubl but I fhpujd find this Hero there, ajmiong others; andJhaving accordingly met with il\ I hfve tranicrib'd it for, your Readers, from Page 123 pf the firii Volume of the nmi Edinoh in iznio, that they may (eewh^twasjaid pf hjm\ien:Years,ago, when he" ypu �n|y a Colonel in the Service of the preient King'of Poland,   .    .   .. ,., t... - - - � The third, of uiejate^King's natural Sons is George, *� -Pnace de ftjcbep, othe^vije called the Chevalier de Saxe^ Whb^aTieha^ by thePrincefe Xviw�;>^/, who was Niece to the famous Carduiai ,Ra,d/ousiat Archbifljop of Cuef. �,nfy aoidlPrimate of Poland.  After this Lady hadin- * .d^g^JttS King^s Palpon for her, fleobtain'd a Divorce � frpn^ Prince Lubampiki, and took the Title of the * Prince^ 4' lefcbin, which was granted to her by the � Emperbr. �* This Son of her's was educated in the Romi/b Religion. * H^is^a Colonel in the Kingts. Service, and Knight of r� the^Order of the White Eagle.  He is a well fet Man, 1 hasin^ble'Xir, aad fupports his Title by a great Share � of Va|pur and Good Senfe. Heis perfect Matter of � MftArcjftittfture, and has great .Talents- for War, �. which he^cu]tivat&i tofach a Degree^ that his very Amufe-' menis are whaf ought to b& the Studies.  f agreatCapr |' tain.} 3^his' Ambition of hutobeqi^fied.fome.D^ay of I' other for tlwj. Command, of ait ArJn� ?cngag*d him at his, |� Return ffQni,the Siege of dautzici, to jrepair rbthe I* Arniy ot Prince Eugtu* of .Savoy, to improve himfelf in I* theArt of War, under that;great?Mafter;' \. ."Hevir far he has improved himfelf the whole Word is a i T-.1-L now>     the KjujJc he bears in the Armies of the |King;of f ranee, and by the Conquefts he has made in the \du]lrian'Netber.and}. AD Y ERT1SE M E HTS. arc takca in fey this Paper, at Lloyp'? Goffie-Housz, in Lombard-Street.   

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