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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 24, 1846, London, Middlesex                                Numb. 365^ TUESDAY,  June 24,   1746. Gravefeni, Jilae and Mary, Martin, rock, from Lisbon ; Deal, June 22. HIS Afternoon farl'd his Majefty's Ship Fox, on a Cruize. Remain the Prince Charles, Lyon, for Jamaica \ ReaJTGalley, Phil-l)ps for Leghorn*; the Peckham Galley, SeewaitL/fjipr Newfoundland ; John and Thomas, Brown-bill, for Leverpobl j afad the Dutch Ship for E$ India,, Wind S.~^^� 12. Pafs'4 by the Jeremiah, Stout j from Carolina'; rW(fififeBtifgh, Har-PoAillion, &ofe, from Bilboa ; Two Brothers, Grout ; Friend's Delight, Tajla j and the Two Brothers, Lambert, from Gu'einzey ; the Lady Cat'herina Agatha, Barkc, from Riga j and Mermaid, Drake, from Maryland. The Happy-Return* Barrow, from Lancafter, is arrived jt Barbadocs. The Darfley Gaily, Pitman, from Briftol, at Jamaica. The CaJedoma, Ogilvie, from London, at Virginia. The Enterprise Col0s,; from Virginia,'a|"|l|ii|dl. " The Lady Aiida, Land?, from Pe^r&wgfe, �t Leghorn. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland. Vienna, June i8. We are ftill aflured, that the freih Body of Croat? arid Warafifins, whikh:t$ fbrrfluig by the Prince of Sa^Hilfabu>g^'$eri, and'iyip $d|i''JBer in ;a Condition to march, y/$cqrdiftof '800' Men,' w�p arpjo; repair immediately to Tiiefte, and jembaik. The JBarpn Trenck's Affairs grow worfe'and-woHe,"'ft beiBgftid> tW he is put in Irotjs. The GjF�?k.fl(pieft that wasftnt for from PeterWardin is arrived, jpujee Charley of JLorrain is tpfe t ni the Government of the'Attftriwi nd^s far Inte* rim. DuffiUerpt June 38. This Cityfwarms with Imperii Troops,' whofe tamp is ^iptwee^^bltzK^A^hd Keyfer-fwerth. They are to continite fprfifc Ejays, aWd'then pafs. the Rhine at l^yfer/werttf, * 'tfh&jr Ropt^.Viy EfFen ancj Recklinghajjifen is, laja1 to be changed. lind we ar&now loldi that they will march thro1 the Country o/Wcnlo". Paiisy Junfij. On the 24th Inftanta>large Quantity of Bombs, Bullets, ahd .b$e* Jl�ariKfchs:'�f War w'ewf jeta-barked here for Ari*werp7 *We'heaf,rT)y^ thefaft Advites Irom Mons, thaftTie'Beiiegers, after having* been ooliged to fufpend their Fire, for two Days, oh'Account of the Swelling of the Waters, began to pkyajajn; on the-zjth ; that theyhad Jfprt^ieda new 2\ttafk^by tae^ate'pf 'Bqta-mont, whwe^'hey were iefsinco^i^de^,by' the Waters} that the K^&rjites had fenVa^^utati^n*lt.o 'the Prince of Conti, praying VmjtoTpare the City V'.and tfiat his An; fwer was, 1?hat!this would depend ohtliie'gre'ater prlcfs. Refinance of .theBefieged. H*gHf* June ao.'-T^e Maquis ,de St. GjlXejs haying jcqnejuded    ^x$$y\ to th�' Republic, ^elfyer^d Yefter: day the Liters for Recalling .himfelfto the P'refidentpf � the Aftnibly of "jhe" Spates-General,' which ^e' aQcqm^HJe4 \yith a Memorial .to take his "Leave of their High M ign'ti-rfcffe*.  This Piece, which relates to the" General S|ate of Affairs, is coached in very remarkable Terms.   The Pre. fideht'weht the Tame' Day to compliment his Excellency, and this Day thaTifnal"r*refent; confining tjf-a-Goid-Chain and Medal, worth 6000 Florins, will be delivered to him* befides 300 Florins to his Secretary, v Th^lV^�rJilis^nTehdi to fet oat towards the.Ead.of this Week; and^on Pedrd de la Miir*, the Kiftgi'of Spain's Secretary,'wifl^be charged with the Affurs of his ,Catho\icfc Wijeftyft^the Arrival of" the MSr^uis del Puerto. -'^f.Je Gilles has re-almorI'.i.2"^ears^t the"Ha^ue. " An exceeding vvSil writ tefter has been jufi publilhed, which was feotiby Fkrd-Miarfhal. Co�n%($a$iani; to^thfe States-General. lie takesiNotice jft it,,?hat:*i:is iri.thp Uifternefs of his Ijean, that he hears the inp�rvo�s Reports which are fpread in thefe Provinces, c�ricernibg!the Trdops under his Command, who are given out to-ha*� committed tnormeus Pillages and Ravages, unheard of Cruelties, and other E^ceffes",'Upon the iWitbViei: ^f the Republick'j\ that tho\ iri the' beft-difciplined' Troops':llleje are always turbulent and l&ertine Spirits, who-bray* thy Military . cifcipline,and commit Diforders, ^at,tlier'V^galati�e of! their Chiers eannbt ftirefee ; notlime has been, negfiftSed to. prevent^he'e^r^egglarlties, either itil'the Ekaftnefs'of the. -Orders ^hat^eb^n^iyen,' or i^tHe'Mo^ys Pjjmllh- -f&M*that Jhave bjeenipjft^d.upp^'tj^jjs'.yno ^weYopd, g'-iilty : That he defies any to prove he has ever demanded. Juftice without Effecl, or that proper Satisfaction was re* fufedhim, if the guilty Perfon tould bVdrfcovered V"That iE was The fame wrth refpeft to the Imputation concerning Safe-Guards, in regard to which be has conformed to ithe Cuftoms practifed in the laft Flanders War, when it was agreed, thar af Prftole ftiouhtbe paid for Ac Patent, and two Pifloles if a Sdldier was fent' with it. Rut that, to give a final Blow to thefe Calumnies, he did he^tate tp in-treat their High Mightineffes to fix a peremptory tnjme,' \n which every one Ihould beat Liberty to produce theI Proofs of his Grievances. Hague, June 30. We hear from WUlemftadt, that Prince Frederick of Beffe arrived, there Ve^rday, wj.^h theHeffian Troops and thfflehEnglifli Regiments, whp �.ra-mediateJy Jahded, and will join the Anjjy of the vAJJies without Delay. Letters from Cologne of the 25^ a/Tare, that the firft Divifion of theAuftriiaO .Succours, containing fivecpmpleat Regiments of as fine Troops as ever were; feen, were to fet out for ^yferfwelth Qn the ?6jh, and that the whole Corpsr confiding' of 25,000 tfie$ti�Mcp, would pais the Rhute on the'5th. of Xaly� (isrMorrnw) and join the Allied Army by the 15 th without Fail. Accord-iqg to the'Letters from Mtfruch, a Tf^ty ;*f Defenfive All iance was concluded ana figned oh the 'i7tfh,between the ErrrpreTs-Queen and' the Elector"of Bavaria], atid \he General .Opinion was, th^lt wpuld.fpon b^fbllowedis^a Sub/i4y treaty,' in Virtue of which' his Ele&oral Hlghnefe would fend feme thoufands of his Troops to the' Ali'ed! Arfcy. �� -         vt LONDON. The Marguis At JFogliarii the new. Prime Minifter tp the Kingof^apjes, is ^ra^jt ^'Coiirt of Portia^ aiidha^ taken E-. Yefterday 18 Rebel Prifonets were Jjrqught to Town in a Wkggon, from Chefter, guarded by a Party of Dragoons. � ' ; r- "His Majefty has been pleafed to appoint the Right Horn the Loridi Vifcouht Dapcanriorij' Member for Detbyr to be one of the Lords of the Admiraltyjin th,e room of the Hoft. HejiryLeggvEfq; third Son of the Earl pf Dartrnoujh. Alfa to appoint the Hon. Richard AruhdeJJ, Member of Parliament Sot Xnarefborough in Yorkihite, to be Trea-furer of the Chambers,, in the room of Sir JohnHx^d Cotton j Bart.' Yefterday died after a (hart Utoefs* at his Houfe in ^Conduit-ftreet, Richard Liddell.Efij; Member of Psrita-mentfor fioffiotyin Cornwall, acid. Secretary t� h�s.E�-celkncy the-Eaxl of Chefterfieldi Lord Lieutenant of Ioe-land.         - �   : SCOTLAND. Efahur^h, June 16. General -CampbeK has fent four GentWroen Prifoner? to Dunbarton Cattle, aniOngft whom is 'iErieas M'JJbnald, Brother to Kitllpch MoidaTtj once a Banker tnFans'] %e Was*one of therir that'b'me over with % W Pretender.  - .   . i ' Ws'RpyatHighnefs the Duke was ftill at Fort Auguftus on"^riiay JaR^biut Is e^pe&ed to Inove: Southwardrt]�is We^T&e Remainder of the Rtfb^l Mac* Donalds belohg-hitoplengajy;futmitted to his Xoyti Hikhnefson W^d-r^e^yi-^Xfqut 100 of trie trifetiilWrei^etW ^hemretVes on^uefday to General Biakeney it'IoreWeis.--^Ge- ' iieral tJ^petl.t^re^*ed^�dlJm^ndit t^ the greafcft ^InotAcXbchafeSir C^aris,'aiidvtkdisi.movfi towardsivloi-dart.~The ^arl'of'Xoudeh'heads'a^ anbvijig Body, ~atid "does"excellent "Scirvice.-MajbVMatkto^eiWfro'commands his Lordlhip's Regiment, is. now at Stratbbpgie.-Several Mafs-hoirftfe, wHrch were publick'fy rented to, in the very Fstee of tfce Law; h'avle W�.piffled,down;. -T;hf^on-jubnt' M�9fi!tings are .generalLy fhutep thro the Kiin4dom> - Yefterday tie Xady of the. RkhiHonwrable the Lord Ogilvie,; who has attended her Huteand. .and been remark-aWjgtive^during the Courfebf thepjefeat w^cjeedand urt-nat4ral Rebellion, was,) under an JSfcorte of theMihWry, brought to this Place and confin'd in the Gaftle. ; :"- Aff.Acc6unts agree thattotdJadvat isaPrifoner. On Saturday, to the irreparable fcofs qf this LTniverfiry. as^ell-astb thewhole learneel WM, died Mr. .COLIN M^CLAUJRiN,* Prpfeflbrjif Math^natickft^ F-eypwof jthe Royal-Sbciety,' Member of thejRoyal Acadiemy at ..Paris,. &e. =&c. &c. one wijofe-WoJEth jefoweH known by/his Writings, whofe Fame was not toofined to thisliftand^ ,-but extended wherever Learning fiojiriihicdi .that to give his Charader Would be fuperfluous-,- as spqffib.ly it will engage the rriotf -eminent of his P/ofeffiort, ,who whe^i they have faidtheucmoft,. it.willbe.freeof ^la�cry, and fcarce^do hisaiftiriguilhedMerkJuftice." �:' " :  A D V E RTISEMENTS are uken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Goffse-House, in Lombard-Street.   

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