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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 6, 1846, London, Middlesex                                -HrV Af B. 36^3, F RID A Y,   June 5,   1746. REMAIN his Majefty's Ships Sur- Ii prize, and-Ferret Sloop, with the k .OutwardVrbpfind^ Came down thet Lynn, Gilbert, fdr'^aft-India^ Arjived the Neptune,- Thornton i  CBrift&n,1 Bell  rB>etfey;, tfilfon j stHppwseB, White {Stephen andj > Jane, LeadlV ; and3GariW, Reb- * fori; froJS 'iftwcaifie, for" Portft mprth.  WindW.S.W. Crave/end, June 4. > P&fa by the Immaculate Con-. option, VighoJa, . tfce, Wfcfife* oan.: and Gregorus, Millar, from Bremen. Tie James Gaily, Pickett? and WiUoughby, Torbett^ from the Coaft of Africa, are arrived at Jamaica.       '  The King David, Wright;. anji, I�u(;ia; Smith, from Briflol, at Jamaica. The Dragon, Matthie.; and. St. Jofeph, W00I& uom London, at Jamaica. The New-Exchange, Barwell; Olive-Branch, Haiv inan; Relief, Millar Prince Charles, Bedlow j and theu Dolphin, Smith, are alfo arrived at Jamaica. The Good Intent, Cburtin, from LtiboB, at Carolina. Leghorn, May 21. On the 17th Ihftant, three Eoglifh; M�iof War and a Bomb Veflel arrived*ere, and brought with them a French Ship laden wkh Oil for MatfeilFefi, They took her about 40 Miles Diftance from the Port. Rome, May 21. Thirteen Aflaffins, Part of thofe that infefted the Foreft of Monte-Tortynq, upon the Frontiers of the Kingdom of Naples, have, been taken and impri-foned. The two. Chief .^f them "d$p6fe, that their Gang conjiftedof 30 Me>, mc-ft of them Banditti, and. the Reft Defcrter*. They haveplundered a grea� many Country Houfes, and aflalfoated feveral Paflengers. Ceblentz, Jane 5.' An Imperial Cpmmiffary has bought up a large Quantity, of Proyifions in oar Neighbourhood, which are to be carried from hence to Limb'our|h, and Btber Places thro* which the Imperial'Trob^s. are to pafs. Their Van-guard* is, cxpeflfed upon the Lahiie towards the End of this Week, and more Provifions'are collecting &r; them at Hadamar and Montadouf. WeVheatf, that a good Jart of the French* Troops that were ih Lorrain'haye be-jim their March ^wjardfc theXo^-Cou;ntr%. fyidetyergk, Jwf\-' ^hVjPl^.fipps.waj;hayei9en got together in the Camp at Hailbron will be Mt (here, for the Ufe of the Troops that are coming from Hungary, Moravia and Bohemia, who are expected toward thei End of this Month. L 'O Nk D O N. Letters from Corfica fay, tfet the Chiefs of the Male-contents, Rivarola, M�tra, and Gaffowo, continue fti^'at %m Fiorenzo ; that an1 Englifh Ship landed .there, onJ|the iftof May, a g|�d many Barrels of Powder, /or Which Rivarola gave Oil and Corn in Exchange; that.thb Officer iad difpatch'd Circular Letters over jail the Ifland, arid to Cape Corfe (a fmall IJland on [the forth of the Kingdom) convoking a General Affembly to meet at San Fiorenxo the 8th ult. threatning the Inhabitants of Cape Corfe, $at if they did not attend, he would come w aiyl Gujardahipe. A French Flag of Truce arrived M.Wejg at.St. Jytta,* with abpvfc j^^rifoijer^tfs-1 Yefterday the Gofpoxt and aaother Ship brought m a Datfch>Show front- Cork, cleaned out theftce for St. EuP tatia,butwas reaHy mteadedfbrMartinico. The Dutch have a; great Trade with the Frjench ; and was it noj.fqjj their fupplying them, the French could not' fit but fo many Vewels to hwt us.-uThere is a large* Dutch Ship here that loaded at Martinico ; the Cargo'ihe fold there cOhfifted of Guns, Ammunition, * r^c. forTrivateeVf, as appears by her PaDejs.-^Admiral T-dwnlhend is returned Bfere^ -w'ith the Koigfton^ and Pembroke; He talks-of leaving the Devoiif^ire here tq go home with the'Convoy, and hoiftifighis Flag ort board another Ship. Commodore Jjeeir.returned;froai endeavouring to intercept the homeward-bound Ships from, Martinico, his Intelligence coming; top late.-There is a very great Crop, and if we have Rain foon, it will be the greateft ever known, . ' �   " Extrag of a Letter from Montferratt March j 4. 5 Two Days ago teuch'd in here the Emperor anc$ Prince Qhar|es Priyateers of Briftol from the Coafts of Guinea, are'well; they have taken a French Privateer^ Sioap and carried her into Barbadoes, and on their Paf-fageTrom thence chaVd1 another a-ihore under Fdrt St. PierVe' in Martipico.-^They are Irfte^ded r.6 Ctuize'to Windward of Antigua, and don't dou^t tlieir haying gopd Suecefs, and ftoirring thefe Seas of French Priva; teers, which fwarm at pre/ent--Two Men of War ''-fromth� Cbaft-bfGTimea'are'arrived at ftnfigda. : Capti Neal, arrived fomeDaysago at AntiguaTTdfee Rhbae Ifland, in his Paffage he fell |in with two* Privaieers} who attacked him very finartly for two'Hour^; but he behav'd Very gallantly j and with the ttof$r:his Top-ma^fts, his^iggingcijt to Pieces", aiid/pri^ ofPOwierleft, he clear^ himfelf, ^ is^'got into Par* jft^m.'  "" �     ' They write from St. Chriflophers that they have had as plentiful a Crop as" has been- knowh ^r^ariy>Year�j but that tiaey are ingVeat vvabt of Ships' to" tring. iJ-tc( Europe.' "    '" ". We are informed, that hjs �oyal Highne,fs,the Etuke of Cumberkud has wrote a very elegant "Letter, .to' the feight Hon. the Lord-Mayor, acquainting his Lordfhip,1 that he had received the eooo 1. appointed by thip Conrnrurtiee of the. Veteran's Scheme, forthle'.Ufe of tJ|g; Soldiers who fhould diftinguiih therafelves moft in tKe Field of "Action j and that he intended to' difpofe of it in the following Manner, viz. 4000 I: to the commoh Men^;and ihe other I'boo-l. to theJNbnccimmiffibned Officers^ &ch as Corporals, &c. if agreeable to his Lordfhip and the Committee. Upon, Which his Iiordihip called a Council, and laid the Letter before them ; and the'/'immediately came to a Refolution to Retarn his Royal Highincls Thanks Tor "the Honour he had done them. LTpon the Diftribution of the Money every com: Soldier received about 10 s. ' On Wednefday Night an Exprefs was difpatch'd to his RoyaJ'Highnefs the D,uke, on Account" of fome' Advices lateiy received. Yefterday his Serene Highnefs the Prince of Heffe dined with his MajSfty at Kenfmgton Palace 1 and in the Evening Wintl toytte Ball at Rinela^h-G^dens. ' And,To-mprrbw Kis Highnefs will dine w�h his Grace! the iiake of Newcaftle* one of his Majefty's Prineipalf Secretaries of-State, at his Seat at Clareinoat in the County of Surry. The Heroe, Balaine, from Fowey for North Carolina, was. taken on Thttrfday fc'nnight qff the fcizard, - by thej Privateer taken lately by the: MaidftcWMaa of War. '�' \ We hear that Ralph Noden, Efq; Lieutenant of an In-i dependent Company at Jamaica, Son of an "eminent Mer-| chaBt of this City, died in his Paffage tb that Ifland, on|, board the St. Jofeph, Capt. Woolf. | Yefterday a Grant pals'd the Great Seal unto Jofeph| Brown, D.D. of a Prebendary of Bortonfham, in the CaJ thedral Church of fithelb'ert, ih the Cfrjrand Diocefe o| Hereford, being prefented thereto by the Right Hon. the| Lord'Chancellor, '    ' '  '     '. fa* The. Corps of the Princefs Sherbatow is embajm'd, iq| order to be fent over to be interred at Ruffia.'      r � ~' '� His Majefty has been gracioufly pleafed to give 560 Guineas to Capt. Cook, Commander of the Ambufcade rivateer,-for his Vigilance in taking a Spanifh Ship laden with Warlike Stores, from Ferrol to Scotland, for the ufe of the Rebels. His Majefty has aKb -been pleafed to give the Sum of 4S9�j^m^.m^ArSs^- M.ed^,.,.jKor,th.,aeol. to-Ae brave Capt. Phillips, who cut the Solebay Iffan of War out of St. Martin's. Harbour, on the Coaft of France. Yefterday the Rev. Dr. Taylor of Market-Bofworth, was married to MifsTuckEeld of Red-Lion Square. t  On t^ednefday laft came on the Election of a Provoft of Eaton College, when Dr. Leech was elected, in the room of Dr. Bland,, deceafed. .-The-Rey#.^r^yt�it*>Arfhdeacon-ofYork, isappoin- ted to preach before the Honourable Houfe ,of Common.s, on the nthlnftant, at St. Margaret's Church, Weftmin-'fter, being the Day hliaMajefty began his happy Reign. Difeafes and Cafualties this Week. Difeafet,   Aged 37.    Confumption 70.    Convul-fion 108.    Dropfy 26.    Fever 06.    Small Pox 72. Teeth 20. Cafualties. Drown'd 3. Hang'd themfelves 2. Kill'i by a Fail � 1.  Frighted. 1.  Overlaid j." Ghriften'd Males 125.  Females 113. tin all 33?. Buried Males     227. Females  226.  In all 453. Decreas'd in the Burials this Week 103. To the Author of the General Advertiser." SIR, ALTHO' I am a plain mechanical Tradefman, as by my Style and Diction you may eafily perceive, yet having, bad the Happiriefs: in my younger Years, of going abroad, and learning the French Language, I do ftili novV and then look into ^^^^^^'^^.^-J^!^ri'n�y not'quTteTbrget it; an '^rrr toHandi may be.publifhed, in order tofet o'urjReaders rightabout that Affair. ..... SI R, Saturday-Evening, May 3t. T coulu I HE Memoirt of Baron Fitlhttx being' in fo many Hands,, cfbecially theppirtejpart of the Town, I couia not butbe concerned at your M^ftake Xhis Day, re� iatingto Marjfhar'Sirp, and therefore-take the Liberty tQ lay it ojffiito you, that your Readers may befet right iff it. '      " '   ' Your Correfpocdent unluckily confounded. Count Maurice of 8a*t, (theeldeft of King Augufhtti Natural Sons, by the Countefs of Konigfmarck1)-w^th the Chevalier de Saxe, who'is the Ihfrd Son by ^d^m Luhomtrsii, &ei He is rightin what he fays prthevlaSer; but if hfr bad carefully looked.into,Baron P'0Utut%t and had only ^collected the Accpunts in, the Foreign, Intelligence fmce thefe Troubles, he would have readily perceived that Count Maurice is the Marfhal that now ferves under the French ItiBgin the' FiitbeiioBoh j-^ani 'that iw-lohge? "ago than laft Summer, the Chevaliertie Saxe had the Command of the Sdxiitt Auxiliaries rh Bohemia for fomei'Time,' during the 4fincffra&fhiiJBijrtr^of Saxe-Weiflenfelsf which ?hrcum-fiance aloMe, 'if-ttmembred, would have" prevented the Miftake.7 Count Maurictt the French Marfhal, to my knowledge, was not at the laft Siege of Bahtxrck, \m\ AD.VERTISEMftNTS are uk<� in fur Ous Paper, at Lloyd's Cqffse-Hquse, in Lombard-StreeJ.   

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