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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 2, 1846, London, Middlesex                                Hie General Advertifer. MO N D A Y,   Junk. 2, . 17.46. Deal) May 31, EMAIN his Majefty's Ship Surprize, with all the Outward-bound Ships. Wind S.W. TheZant, Whitwood ; and the Rowley Frigat, Tobin, are arrived; at Gibraltar. The John, Crofthwaite, from Ca-; rolina, at Oporto. . - � -   : The Virgin-Queen, from Briftol, at St. Kitts.      .    ) Since our laft arrived a Mail from Holland. Feterjburgk, May 14. Count Vitzthum is expe&ed here �very foon, in Quality of Envoy Extraordinary from the King of Poland, Elector of Saxony. M. Petzold, who is charged with the Affairs of the Court of Drefdeh, waits only the Arrival of this Miriifter Jn order, to take Leave of the Emprefs and return into Saxony., Count de Holftein, Ambaftador from the King of Denmark, has received an Exprefs from Copenhagen, the-Contents of which are not known. His Excellency is often in Conference with the Minifters of this Court, in order to bring about an Accommodation between Denmark and the Houfe \ ef Holftein. The Court has refolved to-add 5cjOOO Men to the Troops of this Empire, bat the Method of making this Augmentation is not fixed on. Baron Mardefeldt, the Proffian Mfoiftef, has rflft&ed twpCouriers from the King his Matter, to whom he has diipatched others. , Warfovj, May 25. They write from Kiow, that all the Ruffian Troops,. Regular 'arid irregular, which: were to march toward Sjmokrdko are arrived there, and that Part of them fiavi already begun to fet. forward for Livonia. �FuMutt-Mayti;. ^olwieTHPranqtritil, afaifiousTariiranj Who.^^haSidiftjiiguiih^d Jiimfelf much in theiSefvke of the lg�n� fefc�ttt on,,ihe rad.for Brabant, whejehe h to^cbiiaii^A;^ the Proof's a- gainftthat Officer is^fe^he Tu'rkifh Aga who arrived fe^J^y h� had a kmgTl^rence with the Chancellor pointed the 20th or 26th for the Day of their J5epar-ture. -  .... \  .. The King of Spain has conferred tne Dignity of Captain General of his Armies, on M. deCaftellar, upon the admirable Retreat he made in bringing off the Garxifon of Parma. - : ; On Saturday laft the Right Hon.?*WilHam Pitt, Eft;v Paymafter General of his Majefty's Forces, was,     ms Majefty's Command, {worn of his N^efty Yrbbft Hbnou-; rable Privy Council, and took his Pace at the Board ac- j cordingly.      : .    t~ .   ' .     >h LaftNight his Highnefs the PrinOe ofHefle arrived at ] Somerfet Houfe, froin Scotland.    Immediately-after his  Arrival there was a very numerous 'Court, to Compliment his,Highneft.    , ; \ , The Scotch Lords lately brought-to the Tower are to , take, their Trials in WeftmM'er-hajl. '        " * And as fborias Trinity Term is ov|r,the;Board of Works 5 will begin to erect. Scaffolds for thatPurpofe.     �    �' _ t Several of the Judges, as foon as the Term is over will beCommiffion'd to goto the North, in order to Try the ' Rebel Prifoners there. � ?� ' .   \ The Trade from the Straits are arrived at Lifbon, under? Convoy of the Folkftoh ; and the Trade frdm Oporto, uti-der Convoy of the Blattdford j and ftere to fail for England the 30th of May, N.S. The St. Jean, Pinfole, from Bayonne, for Nantz, is taken by the Fox Privateer, and brought into Briftol. ' TheFoxalfo retook, and fent into Briftol, a Ship of 120 Tons, from Antigua. The Two Brothers, Grihdall, from. Maryland, was taken by a French Privateer j but re-taken by$he Blandford Privateer, and fent into Briftol. The L'Afchange, and St. Louis, two" French Ships, bound from Ma^eiUes to the Weft-Indies, are , taken and feht-into Gibraltar.  :      ' '..     '." .     . The? Little.^t. John, Chevalier^ of Guernsey, is taken by fne French,' and fent into St. Msloes.     f. � The frnionyBenibs, from Gtfrfefor Rotterdam, is taken I Tic%&j&'$We�    -^r> . . � *r^^4_' i to htm immediaVery. tfU Efcapeqf the Pi t L# W^ekr.4�4at his Seat at Himlowe in M^^rl rtiiiiailm fixaTim A.iri&iliijrtnulTiiiLS are fet tellheim^ Upon the Mayn, mf^fk will ^ait for the ^ther Divhlons, and then proceed uTa Body. . The!Eroopa ofi the Circle df$uabi.a wil^^able-a^. Hailbren, and thofe . of Fraoc^ni^at Neckan l^n * but- they are not to join the Impemlififc,. , .......1 Milan, May 24. General,Rpth, whom"the Prince of Lichtenftelhliadient on this'Sidc of thePp with a.Bodyof Troops, to. 4bferve the Motions of: the^Spaniards, has paired himreifbqtmn.Codognq and the-Head of Uie Bridge which the Enemy have upon that River, dpppbiite Phcentia. The latter have-m^feveralinelfeetual Attempts to mrprize him in hts Poft. He expect a Rein-1^ forcement, "with two Piejces of Caiinon, alter which he will attack tjie H^adi^of the Spaniards Bridge. P.S. The Melting of toe Snows on theAlps and Apjper, nines has made all the River hereabouts; oversow: :The Waters of the Po, in-particuUr, are fo high, that the Spaniards can make XJfe of but one of the two Bridges- tmf have over tha,t j^iver, in the NeigKburhobd of Cretriona: About Placgntia the Country is all drowned, efpeciaJfy on this Side the River; fo that General Roth, according to all Appearance, will be obliged to put off for fome Days his nupon the Head of the Badge. Tne Imperial Army extends upon the Trebia, and General Nadafti,h^'fomev^etacfineiis \ipon that River, who j make EKurftons.quim.tQBobbia in the Pavefeo. Tbe-extraordinary Encreafe of the Waters has hindered Prince Lichtenftejen from? e^ppotme his Defign upon the Bridge over T4�bia^ Hai jtW Poft, of St^ Antonio, which arc the onlyPJ&jesby .wrhi�a the Spaniiuids keep a ComtiMcaition with the out-Bodies of d�eir Armiy. > m �      ' h O *N  D O N. The, AUtfd: Army remain ftiU in their Camp at Ter Hydej but the French are very much in Motion, 15000 Men beinjtfetac^^ - According, to the laft Advices from, France, the Breft Sqaadrdn w^s nqt'failedon the �oth paft,^.S. but had apr 'DmhvTav'ouf, by the deepeft Humiliation, and by turning everyone bf us from the Evil of our Ways : And may tho&rwjuMue placed in Authority over us, by the Influence ' ^ of that own Example, add Vigour to ihe' Liws/ eni^J for the general Suppreffion bf Vice and-'Iinmoirali^^'^fo^.. inay we havean affured Ground of Hope arid Confidence 'Is 4^^3od, that he who hath hitherto helped, will rrever"' Princes decree Juftice, that his Providencfe may ever atr, tend.thy Royal Perfon and Family; &ndmake even the e|-^ forts, of thine Enemies conducive to the 'Eftablifhinent of thy Thronein perfect Peace; give Succeis to thy Endeavours for fettling the General Tran^mHtyibfEiirbpe,6n Iaftitig? Foundation, and grant, that an uninierrifpted Race of Kings of thy Royal Progeny,; may perpetuate the Blef-ungs of thy Reign to our pdtfteriry.   " Dated In London the 2zd bf the third Month called May, r?46> .. The above Adch-efs was figned by 266 Perfons. To which Addrefsliis Majefty was pleafed to return^ thia � .�    weft "gracious^Aniwer.^ *   '      \,, f.;, /'thankyou for this Addrijs 0/ Ctitigratttlaiian.   TbejuJ^ Ciqcerityp* haveflyewn'tberiiH'fir-m^'ani 'by^elimtfy is very agreeable 18 me ; and you may a/ways depend upon my Protection. Whitehall, May 29* This Day arrived an Exprefs'from his Royal the Duke of CuniberJand, with' the ToIloWiog Advices. . .   . ...        . * Ihvirnefs, May jld and 22. The HefSans are by this Time encamped.air^imt'Iflarid, and alhpoffible Difpatch is making for th�Ttahfports tb receive':fthem on board. Thoft: here havVonty ^aited for a/ifaVo'urs^le Windfbk (i^e Tinie,' ar^lhe wliole wul be ready very foonl Bfti ' g^i^ ,Mordaunt is! ajir^ady at Perth,: withiheRpyal,-Pult-n^j^ and Semptl^eglments^tQlr^place the Heffians; anU he expels aJQ ^MTherfons there to furrender their Arms 10-Mfe: Jjnmediateir|.. $h* Efcape of. the Pretender's Sort ft tifa'm^yWkp} Se abfolntely Owtain 1  Wi ymu ift 4f *he*Jjfla>id>of Lewis fome>Tim^ *gbbut 5 khUWe^thSeneSatf Att*afer. ?   * Ife,^?^fe^^00 MRev^Dr*^ !^ to Wel^rneiGreehV idfa'MifeltomjlWdingtQh, on the BS�d toHirts*.. ma goooT Air, wnere Youth are boatdedi4 ^and.coniplea^ly qualified for the Utumfity^ or for Biffi-:nefi. �   h � �   �      ' � -Trom toe London Gazette. Ken/hgiH May 31. The foHowing Addfefs of the People called CsaJcejSi lias been prefented to his Majefty by Mr.DanieiVa�dewalI.      , -:'r      ----- To George ^eSttond, Smfeo^Great^ritain^ &e, Tlle'humb^e;^ddie,fs of the' Pebble called Quakers* from then-.deneral AfTembly-in London. , ' tit fledfithe King, A . \ Ehiimpjy,^ Leaveto appuoach thy Royal Pre-fehce \vith united Hearts, t#congrfftn1ate thee upon iiveranceOf theft Kirigd ji^''to;.lfo^|^^'Ace People to the Miferies of a Popifh: and Arbkrary Povyer. \ As none among all thy Prpteftant Bubjec^fxcee^jus in art Averfiokto tne Tyranny,' ideT^yU^^p^Ubont of? the Church bf Rorhe j fo none Ife^iJuider inbie juft Appre-henfions of immediate Danger from their defrruc^ive^ eon'4' fequences, orhave.greater'Caufetobe^riiabkfirf tplpie^Al-. migh^ fW^Interpofition of Kis' PiOvJle&^.utour^e^,, * ftrvation. r A      _ . _   ......       .    . 1.      -.: I    ^ Pfef^itatiQh foremark^^ ;:. Duty affo to aclcnowledge the King's paternal Cire1 rtnv ? the Safety of h�P�opJe^bf wWtfr|he;h^^veh-MrB^|* . affured Pledge, in peraaittibf driieipf'firs Royal Qf&pringi toexpofS hmfelf to the g^teft ^bangers for their Secu-1 May we, and airthy faithful Subjefts, demohftr^re the* Sincerity of our Gratitude for this fignal Inftance of the ________-feowwyiBftpalks*j^iw�^o�^|>i|^�.� y rbT^^imrelf ernpfoyed' atjrfie Heat' off the; In^ep^daag ^ 11Companies, and cp&iiel Campbeti,'gone to jer^ undwiis -V^ ^gyllfhiremen;--' ':"  X " v� . ,-. ,. . . -  fbeen wied by a General Court. Ma^t 1^1 for abanaoujng tfac, ^frcmi his Majefty's Service, arl8 retidVre^Jncapable of ever, ^holding any l^kar^'Qnfce^E^pi^^in^; imdeihis Majefty.    -        V" - '*'     " V'"' '' i   1  Jnverkefs, Ma) 23. His R^yal HigKsefj ^s juft fet out; �for Fort AugUftus.              -   v     : r  F.;:: ;  Whitehall* tyty"*9''        W %Iajbr ?^s^-l^^bel]:''w1th^&ib^o%^^ "; people who viere. at Home,' havig atfo followed Mi Example, and botht hW iwid'Glerico have given Notice ^reof- to> fuch of their Men as areabfent, order" kk~ ,  ______.-, to return to ijheir own Country.      '      ' *''        \ We have Advices frow Mingaryc^ in^ ;nt, that the. two French Men of War which were1 forae 'imje^agd-at--Arifatg-, hadrbefhtes Stores'; Ammunition, ^c. landed the. Sum of^o.oop 1. ^jThaftjthe .Captains of aiofeShipf haying, upon Account of the bad Situation qf 'PreJferidex;i^>.AfFaifs: fince*th*TBatle:of .CuHodgn, �^^^4&?M1?& ^;faidi*M�ie^ tne>fteoels^riy , flints and Violence, had forced it from thenr: That .mmy. the, .Secretaryi^had taken> PoflV^'n of it, and had , ojjtedjjt to be I^ocharkail: .T^^he f reteWder's = Sfcn went off in an open Boat eight Days before the FreiichV Sjiips arrived, and, landed i^i the Ifleof Lei^is^'with Cblbr ^nllb'Sulfivan,- �jd '^i^W6^d^'Bi|�^to..Kenloeh^ \ Moydarti -and ohry two^ Servants ? arid'that they propofed to take a Veffel from Lewis to  France.    That the A D V E RTISE M E N T S are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd*s Coffee-House, in Lombard-Street.   

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