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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 16, 1846, London, Middlesex Numb. 3631* MONDAY, Ji/ne 16, 1746. Campbell; and Italian land. Deal, June 14. HE Tender remains Hall in the Downs. Wind N.E. Grave/end, June 13. Pafs'd by Anne and Elizabeth} Blank, from Dantzick j the Affurance, Jornhin, from Stockholm ; the Prince Frederick, Matfon, from 'Norway; Daniel, Somerfet,from South Carolina; the Baltimore, Merchant, Reed, from Mary- Tlie Robert, Peddie ; Molly, Butcher ; and Chriftian, Petti^ew, from Glafgow, are arrived at Carolina. The William and Anne, Strahan, from London and Gibraltar, at .Maryland. Since oar laft arrived a Mail from Holland. Vetersburgb, June 1. 'Tis faid at Court, that the Grand Duechefs is pregnant, and that the intended Journey of the Imperial Family into feveral Provinces of the Empire is put off on that Account. Nothing is publiekly laid, however .on this Subjeft. A Paffege having been granted thro' Poland for a Body of our Troops, we exped to hear of their March from Courlartd to Livonia. Hamburgh, June 17. The Affairs between the Courts of Peterfburgh and Copenhagen are faid not to be fo far advanced as has been .given out. In the mean Time, Couriers pafs continually with Difpatches relative to that Subject, and no Pains are omitted to bring it to a Compofition. We hear, that the Troops of Ruffia are to be augmented with 50,000'M^n (fime Letters make tkem already 100,000 in Livonia and Courland) and that thofe now aflembled are a&uaily going to march. The Troops of the King of Pruflia have formed a Camp of 40,006 Men at Schweid-nitz. Madrid^ May 3c. M. Ne-ailles is not yet departed, and we are told, that the laft Courierfrom Brabant ordered him to wait for frefh Advice. Some infer from hence, that certain Difficulties have arifen with regard to this Negotiation. However that may be, this Mmiirer is more and more carrefled by their Majefties. The great Number of Couriers which arrive from all Quarters* and the continual Hurry in the Officers of State, perfuade us* that we are upon the Eye of a Peace, or of fpme great Event which will fbon be difclofed: But at prefent Affairs are treated with impenetrable Seqrecy* P.S. It is now faid, that M\ Nbailles has fixed his departure for the 8th of next Month. TurivK June 4. The King fet out on the 31ft of laft Month to put himfelf at the Head of his Troops, which vaitihg for tliem atBoifleduo, Marfhal Saxe dares ftill make confiderable Detacbmfent* towards the Sambre and the7 Meufe; andhehas^ within thefe ten Days4 foraged all-the Coantry on this Side Brabant^ with a View,- as it is thought of rendering it the more difficult for Marfhal Bathiani to advance, the fi^ Regiments of. infantry j belongings to the Auftrian Reinfbrcemelits in March from the pmfift, together with aberit 300b ReeYuits, will embark'oUj&e 26th of this Modth at Coib'gfa; where Boats andV Pr^Y&ons are, as is faid, all lying'ready for them. For the more plentiful Supply of the-Allied Armyy whilft it lays upon � the Republick's Territory, the States General have granted : a general Frartchtfe fof all Sorts' of Neceffaries carried to it, and fold there-, Hague, June,zi, iV;5. Nrjthihg of Confecjaence has pa'ffea.iuppn the Frontier lately, except a little Skirmifh hear LouvambetweejiiTpnie advanced Parties of Hollars of the two Armies, the Corps of Auftriat\s, in March ft* the '' Rhinr to j6int&Al!Ged: Army in (fie' Ketherlaii^ jwas ex' > pefted st Cobljertitz upon thd pa'tt. T&e Au$jrians in Italy have forced'two fotts^j caHed Ripalta ahdMohtech-laro, which are reprefented as confiderable. L O N* *D O N. . , the Prince of Lichtenftem being indifpofedr is withdrawn for a Time from thtf Army at St. Lazaroy the ' Command x)f which he has left with the Goim't de'Botta*. Count Podewils being awived at Vienna ftorh Betlih, the Imperial Qoar$ is going to fend General Berries to" the Court of the' King of Pruffia. _ . ' A Paper'has been intercepted, and is publifhed in Holland with Remarks, entitled^ A Memorial which the Count de Caftetfanf, jifitbajkddr frqm France to Conjlaniinp^le, frefentedon the xotb of February tejl to the Otldma^Porte The Tendency of it is to ftir up the Turks to difturb th Peace of Chriftendom, and prevent the Grand Signor's ac knowledgihg the Emperor. Therg- is certain'Advice from Italy, that the Army under Marfhal Maillebois was entered into the Gendefe territory. From the London Gazette. Whitehall, 'June t x. This Day an Expref? amved^irom is Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland, with the following Advices. Fort Auguffus, June 5. Lord George Sackville andMa-or Wilfon are marched to the Barrack of Bernera with joo Foot, from whence they ate tp proceed Southward along the Coaftj till they come towards the Head of Loch-Arkek, where Lieutenani-Colonel Cornwaliis is with another Body of 300 Men. From thence the two Corps are to proceed thro' the Countries of the Mac Donalds of Moidart and Knoidart, whilft Captain Scot^ with the old Garrifon of Fort William, which was relieved two Day3 ago by Brigadier General Houghton's Regiment, will advance from the South to meet them ; and Major-General Campbell, or the Officer commanding the Argyllshire Militia in his Abfcnce, is to fedur the Coantry aboutJVliugary Caftle. It is to be hoped this Force will difperfe the finall Remains of the Rebelsj if any of theni fh'ould be got together. His Royal Highnefs prepofes to wait here thd Return 0/ this Detachment, and that will prevent his marching from hence fo foon as-he otherwife would have done. By this Time all the Rebel Prifoners are failed for Newcastle. His Royal Highhefe has authentick Intelli* gente, that the Pretender's Son embarked in a frftall Boa* three or four Days after the Aftidn of Cullodcn for Long-Iflandi from whence he was dsdging backwards and forwards in a fmall Vfffel eVen fonie lime after the French Ships .were off the Coal*. There, are alio cori-firm'd Accdusts received from feveral Parts; that the Rtbels are now totally difperfed, and that there are not, in any Part, fo1 of them together. At the fame Time the following Advices were received by Exprefs frorn Edinburgh. Edinburgh, June 8. The Embarkation of the Heffian Troops will be finilhed this Night, fo that they will b'e! ready to fail To-morrow. By Letters from Inverary we' are informed^ that on the 27th of laft Month General Campbell failed with 1000 choice Argyllfhire Men from Dunftafnage, andiha't ftight anchored in Tabermory Baly in Mull, and next Day arrived at Stronhan, the Heart of Lochiel's Clan* where Mr; Cameron of Dungalldn brought in his Mert and Arms to M-'jor General Campbell, and. with them furrendered to thcKirfg's Mercy. The Inhabitants of Morvera and Ardnamurchan are doing the fame. Lochiel, with his Uncle Ludowick; Murray the Secre;ary, and fome others, are on the North Side of Lochiel with no great Attendance, and mufrfoon quit their Quarters. Whitehall, June \ '^. The King has been pleafed to coriftifu'te-arid appoint the RigKtHon. John Earl of Staif, Field Marfhal or his Majefty's Forces, to be General over all and Angular the Marine Fdrces^ employed or to beem> ployed in his Majefty's Service^ ,. the King has been pleafed to confti&te and appoint Sit Jacob Ackworth, Knight, and Jqfepn AUen* Efqi to be jointly and feverally Surveyor of hisrMajefty's Navy aud Ships. ' ; ' Tfie King has been pleafed to grant unto John Eyre, Efq; the Offices of Prothonatary and Clerk of fhe Crown of the Counties of Glamorgan, Brecknock and Radnor. We have Advice from Dover, d�at on Friday lift there. Witt great Rejoicings at Calais, pn Account of the Dau-phine^being"delivered of a iaon. they alfo teljl us^ that the Fren.ch Friggtj which hai lain fo long in Dunkirk Road, pafs'd by Calais the fame Day to the Weft ward. It was currently reported at Calais that the French had made themfelves Matters of Mons,- Oh Samrday laft arrived in the. River .Capt, Adamfon, from. Greenland; with four Whales.-He gives an Account that the other Englifh Ship** and Thirty Sail'of Dutch Ships were Ibft m a dreidiul ftjnricane. and a4j the I*e"ople3fownM, except the Crew of one of the EngGifi '.Ships, which Captain Ad4mfon] took bp. On Saturday laft a Grant pafs'dthe Great Seal unto Dr* Spencer Cowper of Dean of Durham, in the room ot Dr. Bland, deceased. . /� Some Days ago Commodore* Mitchel chafed on Slioar near Blacker/betg a large French CutteV. She had been to j, Scotland with Officers, and.Mon'ey, and had landed hep Mdney arid three of the Officers j b� beipg ordered ifarthcr North, was met whhand chafed. --��- �� . � -- '.......11 "�-r r ' "' 1 ...... ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-Street.
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