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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 20, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. FRIDAY, June 20, 1746. Deal* June 18. A ME down the Royal Gaily, Phillips, for Leghorn j and the Peckham43ally, Stewart, for Newfoundland; and remain with the Galloper Tender; and the Dutch Ship for the Baft-Indies. WindS.W. LONDON. ExtraS of a Ltiter from the Hague, June 25, * TW we ftill believe it was owing to fome private Declaration of the King of Pruffia to the French Court, that our Dominions were not invaded after the Taking of Antwerp, yet we are far from being fatisfied, that his Pruffian Majefty will contribute any Thing towards reducing the Power of France to the defired Limits. That Monarch, doubttefs, has it in his Power to throw fo much Weight into the Scale of the Allies, as would effectuate this great Work, which has been the conftant Object of all the Struggles of the Maritime Powers and the Houfe of Auftria for nowalmoft fixty Years, ' Nothing would be wanting that could be granted on the Part of thefe Allies, to engage him heartily in this En-terprize; but another' Senfe of his own Intereft than is ufoally made for him, and Ae gldriois Situation of being a kind of Arbiter among fo many contending Powers,, preventshim, perhaps contrary to his natural Inclinations,. from becoming a Party in this Quarrel. , ' His Pruffian Majefty is alreadyTo confiderable amongft, the firft-Spvereigns of Chriftendom, that he cannot quti look withjeakjofy upon thbfe few-Princes who are more' powerful than himfelf: But the greateft of thefe he had rather behold at a Difhnce than near him, and. in any other Part of Europe rather than in the Empire of Germany. Now which would bejthePower aggrandized'upon' the Humiliation of France is eafy to difcover, atid ft is no left eafy to perceive, that this Power is the laft which the Court of Berlin would wifh'to fee more confiderable. # ' . . � Thefe Reflections, we here believe, will farriafhthe' moll natural Interpretation of this Monarch's Cbududr, which we have accuftomed ourfdves to think altogether [ myfterious: And.from hence we conclude, thatitio' we: may depend upon him at any Time to fave this Republic from immediate Ruin, we have little room to hope his Afliftance in procuring Triumphs to either.usMor our Allies.' ' � � r. ,* Vienna, June ri. The Court gives great Attention to the State of Affairs in Hungary and Tranfylvania, in order to prevent the Effecl of InfinuaUons made by iirdeCgning Men to trouble the public Tranquillity', Diligent Search is making after thofe that are culpable. Theliroiprefs, Villingto give'Hie :H�ngarians the Satisfaction of enjdying her Prefence freiqtierjtly, hath,fent ^thVtttrEngineer^ thitscts to Prelburgh, in order to layout'thePlan of a fine Palace, which me *s refolved tbijuild in that City. " They write from Munich, that the Affairs between Jhat Court and the Maritime Power? continue in the fame Situation, and that the Prince of SaixeiHildberghaufeu'waKs the Refultof them, in order either to command the Troops of the Electorate that may rtebrclered to march, or tb acta his Difmiffion, and putliimTeirSlhe Service of the States-Generals -,'s � � � " '". ' v' � � The Imperial Troops, which art repairing to the XkSi-Countries, have Orders to continue thei* Miarch Along 'Ave Right Side of the Rive* till they com* to Zantrrr; and tten to crofs in their Way toB^l|antt. / . \". \ . Orders are given for embarking the Troops defigned for Flanders wr^ the utmoft Ejegediriony,. ,' J ;; Some Advices from Breft fay, that the French pljset at Rochelle confiffs of above aoo Sail j and that riibft of the Tranfports are large, full mann'd, and' carry from aq-to 30Guns: So that we are from hence to be perfwa|ed, that it is the moft formidable that has put to Sea for many Years. ' V . * . � ' The fame Advices fay, that there are now TwelvfrMen cfWar fitting out at Breft. Vefterday Morning Richard Lyfter, Efq. Knight of the ^'re for the County of Salop; ; ; ' - '-' r* ' jW-ftreev Co vent-Garden, bury. fet Out front his Houfe ,id for his., Seat near Shrews- Yefterdaythe Right Hon; the Earl of Shrewftury fet e�iorhisSeatinOxfordfhire. 3 Letter front Brijhl, dated June 17. * This Morning the Fox Privateer, Capt. Combe, fent in here the Duke of Argyle> of 400 Tons, bound from BrefttoBourdeaux, with 170 Hogfheads of Tobacco ; and the Le Marie Jofeph, Capt. Le Moyne, from Breft to Bayonne and Bilboa, laden with 30 Bales of Linden, 47 Truffes of Tallow, 668 Hides, and fome Cocoa.- The Duke of Argyle formerly belong'd to this Place, and about five or fix Months ago was taken with 500 Hogfheads of Tobacco on board; but what fhe has now on board is not any Part of that Cargoe.--There were about zc. Sail came out of Breft on the 9th Inftant, under Convoy of a Man of War, bound Coaflways ; but the Weather and Wind being fair, fome of them would not ftay for the Mari of War: And if Capt. Combe bad had a Ship of Force, he could have taken 5 or 6 mote j but he had only 11 Guns and 90 Men. He parted with the Tryal, Capt, Conner, but fix Hours before he fell in with thofe Ships* Which was very unlucky, for they might have taken them all.-Thishappen*d on the nth* Inftant.-Two or three Days before this, Capt. Combe; engag'd a French Privateer off Stilly, but could make nothing of* her, fhe having 18 Guns.-They can give no Account of the Breft Squadron, nor did they near of the Arrival of the South Sea Ships at the Groyne, asi has been mention'd. The Frenchmen have an Hour-j Glafs, which was taken out of Captain Woodward's Ship, from Barbadoes, going up the River at Breft, as tfiey came out." * Extrad of a Letter frmlGofiortt Junt tf> * The Exeter Man of War touehM at St. Helens, and' Sunday Meaning failed again'for Plymouth; fhe has M�ney on board to pay the Artificers of the Dock Yard' there. ) * On Friday laft a Marine was executed on board the Sandwich at Spithead for Defertion. ' | ' On Monday in the Afternoon, an eminent Tallow) Chandler and Soap Boiler near this Place, hang'd himfelf: He was recfeon'a to be in very good Circumftances,! which made his committing fuch an A& of Suicide the^ more fiirjprigjng. ' Remain at St. Helens, waiting for a fair Wind, his Majefty's Shil� the Edinburgh, Devonshire, Superbe, Pool, Haftings^ Tilbury, andJVIortar Bomb, with thei Tranfpor|s,.S>toreShips, ^tc. v We are^edibiy Morm'd that the Right Hon. the Lord' Chancellor will lac created an Earl of Great-Britain. by the Name, Style, and Title of Earl, of Wifaiple, in the, County of Cambridge, , . Yefterday Mornirig about NineVClock died at his Seat) at Wimbletbn, the Hon. John Spencer, .Efq; Brother to1 his Grace thf Duke of Marlborough, Member of Parlia- f merit for Woodftock,_and Ranger_of the Great and Little Park at W#dfo|*l He-marrj|ddie Daughter of the; Right!, Hon. the. Ejrl, Granville,-K bv -svbom he has 'left Iffue | 'ohi^.'mit^ofRi^tf the Great and Little' Park at Winardr,w"bJs Death}-ceverts to the Cfown; >� "and MarlbdilQ^n^Houfe at $t. James's, defcends to the Marquifs of Blani^, eldeft Son^ of bis Grace the Duke' ofMarlBoro^n,^urfuant to the Wjll of tht'late DutAefs of Marlborough.' " j On Wednelday the Rev. Mr., Young,, Fellow of Trinity I College, Cambridge, was unanimoufly1 elefted ' Publick -Orator of that tJfliverfity, on' the' Refignatioa of the Rev. ? Dr. Tanfta^, Chaplain to his Grace the^ Archbiftiop of j Canttrbury^ K '.' . . | (> It is faid that the Army in' Flanders will cei'tainly vglve S "the French Battle, on the ArrivaT 6f the Britifh Forces.; Chriften'd Males izj. Females to/i In all 234. Buried Mates , 100. Females 21 $> In all 405. Deereas'd in the Bomls this. Week 91. Dank; Gtuelt tub 1 41b India Puiu 1;^. Oumh 3ea j7 Stock 98 t half. Ditto Old Annuities 97 1 8th a tj'..8tbs. Ditto New 98 1 8th a 1 4th. Fo^r per Cent. Bank Annuities 94 1 half a 7 8ths a. 3 4th*. Three pjr Cent. Annuities 83 3 4ths. Million Bank no Price. Equivalent no Price. 'Royal Affuranceu74 3 4ths. London Af-furance 10 a 1 8th. Englifh Copper 5 1. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent. Ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 7L Prem. 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