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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 14, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Advertifef. SATURDAY, June 14, 1746. Dealy June 12. , ESTERDAY after Poft failed his Majefty's Sloop Ferrit, for the River; and this Morning his Majefty's Ship Exeter, with the Betiey Tender, to the Weft-ward. Arrived the Daniel, So-merfet, from Carolina ; Seahorfe, Hayth, for Leverpool. Remain the Galloper Tender. Wind N.E.byE. Grave/en J, June 12. Pafs'd by Treunity, Morrifon, from Norway; and the Fortune-de-Ia-guerre,--, from Bermudas. Pool, June 11 zey. Cowes, June 11. Came in the Cholmondeley in the Service of the Cuftoms, and failed again. Sailed the Hope, Bromley, forGuern- The Chriftian, Lee, from London ; theWinchelfea, and Richmond, from Gibraltar, are arrived at Virginia. The Jeremiah, Strout, from North Carolina, at Cowes. The Nancy, Crawford, from Carolina, at Antigua. Europa, Wright, from London, at Carolina. Naples, May 14. The Court has ordered the Town of Civatella, upon the Tronto, to be fortified, and the Fortifications of other Places, as well as the Levies, are carried On with the utmoft Diligence. The neceffary Orders are joft publifh'd, and Tent into all the Provinces of the Kingdom, for furnifliing a certain Quantity of Rice and Meal, to form Magazines at St. GermafjQ, Gaeta, Teramo, Or-tona and Aquila. Genoa, May 24. We are affured, that the 1200 French Troop, confiding of Foot and Horfe, which paffed Yef-terday thro* St. Pietro d' Arena, in order to jcin M. Mailie-bois between Tortona and Novi, are the fame that were at St Remo 10 or 12 Days ago, in their Way from Nice. Thefe Troops have given out upon the Road, that they are a Van-guard of 20,00c Men, which are upon the March to reinforce the Army in Lombardy. But our Advices from the Weft fay nothing of the Arrival of the Reft of this Corps, which makes us doubt whether the Report has any Foundation. We hear, that 400 Piedmontcfe, having advanced to CaftefcVecchio, were repulfed with Left by our Troops. The EngliJh are continually hovering about our Coafts, and do us a great deal of Damage. Rome, May 28. By fearching farther into the Vault discovered lately at Rignano, fome ancient Manufcripts have been difcovered (lately put there) which prove it to have been appropriated by fome pious Reman Lady for the Burying-place of Martyrs. Eleven of thefe have been found, two of whom appear to be Maximums and Rufinus, having by them the Signals of their Martyrdom, which are a Phial of Blood and a Palm-branch. As to the nine others, Names have been alfo given them, and their Benes have been brought to the Church with great Ceremony.-The Church of Rome defrays all the Monuments of true Anti-JKrVy, by affixing to tbem Signals of their oivn Invention. Probably tbefe Eleven^ Martyrs were never Cbriftians j but may ferve, at leaft, the two vahofe Names are publijhed, to add a little Embellijhment to the PopiJhKaUndar. Florence, May 28. Our Troops are preparing to enter the two Camps which the Regency has refolved to form about Pifa. They are; provnionally to confift of only 5000 Men. Milan, May 31. Repeated Orders come to the Governor ef our Garrifon, which has been reinforced by a Batal-lion, to keep a good Guard ; and there is a Report, that the Enemy have entered the Lodefan by Force of Arms, and obliged General Baron Roth to retire to Pizzighitone. According to the Advices from the Army of Prince Lich-tenflein, the Imperialifts, who are Matters of the Trcbia by taking the Cattle of Ripalta, do fo incommode the Spanifli Convoys from Voglera, that Count Gages has been obliged to fend 3000 Horfe that Way, to prevent the continual Inroads of the Huflars. The Spanifh Army is actually (hut up between three Rivers, which are all over-flow'd by the Rains, and the Melting of the Snows, haying at the fame Time the Imperial Army in Front, which is much fuperior to that of the Enemy, notwidiftanding the Reinforcements the latter have received. LONDON. It is pofitively affured, that his Royal Highnefs the I)uke of Cumberland is this Day expefted to arrive at Kenfington. We hear that Orders are given for equipping, with all Expedition, feveral Arm'd Veffel*, which arc to Cruize in the Channel, for, the Security of the Trade. Yefterday the Judges met in the Exchequer Chamber, Weftminfter-Hall, and chofe their relpeciive Circuits for the Summer Aflizes, viz. HOME CIRCUIT. Lord Chief Juftice Lee. Mr. Juftice Fofter. OXFORD. Mr. Juftice Abney. NORTHERN. York, Durham, and Neweaflle. Lord Chief Baron Parker. Mr. Juftice Burnett. Lancafter, Appleby, and Carhfe. Mr. Juftice Dennifon. Mr. Baron Clarke. MIDLAND. Lord Chief Juftice Willes. WESTERN. Mr. Baron Clive. NORFOLK. Mr. Juftice Wright. Mr. Baron Reynolds. 'Tis faid that the Judges who are appointed to go trie Northern Cricuits, will do the Bufinefs of the Counties firft, and afterwards Try the Rebels confined there. Several Serjeants at Law will be Commiffioned to go fome of the Circuit.-, in the room of the Judges that go the Northern Circuit. ExtraS of a Letter from on board the Duke in Cat-water, Plymouth, dated June 10. ' The News we have here is, that a Durch Man of ' War, of 40 Guns, is come into the Sound, by Diftrefs ' of Weather ; and has fince been ordered in, by the c Commiflioner of this Plans, to Cat-water, for having < Cables and Anchors, and a great many Small-Arms on � board, bound for St. Martin's in France : And alfo ano-* ther VefTel, that fhe was going to Convoy, with Naval ' Stores.' Yefterday arrived an Exprefs from Portfmoith, with Advice, that the Tranfports bound for Cape-Breton, who had lain Wind-bound for fome Time in the Downs, got round to Spithead on Thurfday in the Afternoon ; and that as all the Soldiers were imbarked, it was thought the whole Fleet f jr Cape-Breton failed the fdme Evening. We are affuredi that the two French Frigats are got fafe' to' Na'ntz' from the Ifland of Mull, where they had landed feveral of the Rebel Chiefs: But that the Duke of Perth died on the Voyage.-As there is no mention made of" the young Pretender, it is fuppos'd that he is ftill in Scotland ; or was, . 'hen thofe Ships left that Ceaft. The Right Hon. the Houfe of Peer , have adjourn'd to Tuefday next. On the 9th Inftant the Countefs cf Leiceder Packet, Capt. Harman, failed from Falmouth with the Mail for the Weft-Indies. The fame Day the Prince Frederick Packet, Capt. Wil-lifton failed from Falmouth, with the Mail for Lifbon. As did alfo the Polt-boy, Young, wi:h an Exprefs for Admiral Martin ; who 'tis faid is Cruizing off the LandV End, with above Twenty Sail of Men of War. Yefterday there was Advice, that the Speedwell, Woo!-combe, from Plymouth for Limerick, is taken and carried in:o St. Scbaftians. On Wednefday laft was launch'd at Pool in Dorfetfhire, his Majefty's Sloop the Viper, Capt. Roddam, Commander, which mounts 14 Carriage Guns, and 24 Swivels ; and islook'd upon by the belt Judges to be as beautiful a VefTel, for her Size, as any in the iVayy. Yefterday died after a tedious Indiipofition Mr. John Wilfon, at his Houfe in Cartwright-ftreet, near the Broadway Weftminfter; one of the Clerks belonging to the Pell-Office in the Exchequer"; and alfo Surveyor of the Sewers, in the City and Liberty of Weftminfter. The former Place is in the Gift of the Hon. Edward Walpole, Efq; Clerk of the Pells the latter in the Gift of the Commiffioners of fcewers, for the faid City and Liberty. IRELAND. Dublin, June 7. We hear, that a general Review of the Forces encamped at Bennet's Bridge, is to be on Wednefday next, and that the Regiments of Horfe, commanded by Col. Brown, and Major-General Bjwles, are to be there at that Time. Thurfday laft about 40 Cherts of old Arms, were brought up under a Guard from the Camp at Bennet's Bridge, and lodged in his Majefty's Stores in tiie Caftle.T^ This Week a Vefiel, bound from Drogheda to Liver pook, was caft away in Formbay Channel. She had oa board 75 Labourers, 64 of whom were loft. Laft Tuerday the Right Hon. the Lord Howth, the Rev. Dr. Delany, Dean of Downe, and feveral other Persons of Diftinftioh embarked for England. The Secretary of the IncoiporateG Society has received Advice, that Mrs. Rofe Boyd of Ballyca'fte, hath bequeathed to the Society, the Sum of 20 1. for the L7fet.f-tile Charter. Laft Friday died of a violent Fever at Caftle-Annefkyi in the County of Wexford, William M'Donnell: The general Efteem this Gentleman was always held in, and the general Concern for his Death, are the fulleftTeftimonies f his great Value and Worth. Laft Week died at Kinfale Mrs. Elizabeth Meade, Wife of the Rev. Mr. Pierce Meade, Minifterof that Place. William Brown and John Sandys lately taken up and committed to Newgate, for forging the hands of feveral Gentlemen to a Certificate, and begging about with it, are to be tranfporled for the fame. Laft Saturday a Bullock was killed by Mr. Robert Wifely of Ormond Market, which weigh'd Eleven Hundred and Fourteen Pounds Neat; it was bred in the County of Kildare. After the ufual Entertainments of Mufic at C U PE R's-GARDENS, this Day, the 14th Inft. a grand 'Triumph will be difplayed on the Glorious Victory obtained over the Rebels by his Royal-Jiigfifi^BBp Duke of Cumberland; in emblematical Figures, anTmagnificent Fireworks with Triumphant Arches burning in various Colours 5 the whole being the molt Superb Piece ever yet exhibited in Europe.-N.B. The Bowling Greens are in very godd Order. Bank Stock 126 1 half a 1 4th India Di.to 173 i half a 3 4ths. South Sea Stock'no Price. Ditto'old Annuities 97 a 1 4th a 1 8th. Ditto New 98 a 7 Sths. Four per Cent. Bank Annuities 94 a 3 Sths a 3 7 8ths a 4. Three per Cent. Annuities 82 1 4th a 3 4ths a 1 half. Million Bank no Price. Equivalent no Price. Royal Affurance no Price. London AfTurance 10 a 1 8th. Englifh Copper 5 1. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Lo:
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