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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 26, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. THURSDAY,   June 26,   1746. Numb. 3649. Deal, June 24. I HIS Morning all the Outward-bound fail'd to the Weftward. Arrived his Majefty's Sloops Hawk, and Ferret, from a Cruize; and the Charles, Warren, from Plymouth ; and remain with the Dutch Indiamen.  Wind Eaft. Gravefend, June 24. Pafs'd by the Chrifttan, Morelahd ; the Catherine Peterfbn, from Gotten-fcurgh ; Chandois, Kilham ; Prince William, Hinds; Britannia, Howlatfon y St. Quintin, Knott; the Princefs of Wales, Harding ; and William and Mary, Greyftock, from Rotterdam. Falmouth, June 21. Arrived his Majefty's Sloop the fly, from Penzance; the Expedition Packet, from Lifbon; and Adventure Privateer, Legau, of Guernzey, from a Cruize.  Wind S.W. PW, June 23. Sailed the Endeavour, Troth, to wait Convoy for London; and the Swift, Shields, on a Cruize. Came in the Succefs, Watts, from Carolina* The George of this Place is arrived at Carolina, from Lifbon. Wind Weft. Owes, June 23. Yefterday came down from Spit-head, his Majefty's Sloop Jamaica ; and failed on a Cruize Ho the Weftward.   Wind S.W. Port/mouth, June 21. This Morning fail'd from St. Helens, the following Men of War, "with'the Tranfport?, Eaft-Indiamen, Sec. the Edinburgh, Devonshire, Superbe, Fool, Hailingsj Tilbury, and Mortar Bomb; Wind Eaft. The Levant Gaily* Millar; and the Prince William, Eaton, from Jamaica, are arrived at Learn, in the North tf Ireland. The Expedition, Matthews; and Lyon, Lyon, from Dover, at Dublin; The Suttle, Hancock, from ditto, at Leverpool. On Tuefday laft-the Mary Yacht, Gapt. Allen, which carried over the Prince of HefTe, returned to her Moorings in the River. , Nurtmhotrgh, June 16. The Troops cf the Circle of Jranconia began at'laft to march on the 12th, and are re- giring to their Place of Rendezvous near Haiibren. The rele of Suabia begins to change its Tone, and on the 13th a Refotufcion was taken by it, which amends that of the 2d of the fame Month, declaring at the fame Time, ihat the Intention of the Circle never was, nor ever would be, to infringe firft the ancient Alliances of Affociation, and ftill lefs to renounce the Confidence, good Neighbourhood, and good Intelligence, which ought to fubfift between it and the anterior. Circles. Fetersburgb, Jane 4. Count Serge-Gregoriwitz RafoB-jnofuflci, Younger Brother ef the Count of that Name, who is GreaH-unter of the Court, has been nominated Prefident of the Imperial Academy of Sciences. The Emprefs, confidering how much the Culture of the Sciences contributes to the true Glory of a State, has refolded to omit nothing that may put this Academy upon the Footing defigned by its illultnous Founder, ' Peter the Great, when he eftablHfed it in 1720. Priguti J&" 15. A Body of abqpt 2000 Men, partly Recruits, partly recovered Men, and. Soldiers aind Officers that are newly returned from the King of Pruffia's Dominions, are fet out from the Cirde ofPilfen for the Low-Countries. 1 Drefden, June 16. The Dyet of the States, of this Electorate is to open thisDay with the hfual Ceremonies, and weexpecl that the Xing of Poland, our Sovereign, will demand but a moderat* extraordinary Subfidy, especially face his Majefty has ordered a Redu&on.of \ j Men per Company in the Infantry, and 20 in the Cavalry. Count fle Gertdorff will fet out To-morrow for the Court of Munich, in Quafityof Minifterfrdm his Majefty. Count de Bruhl, Chief Minifter of the Cabinet, has frequent Conferences with the Ruffian Ambaffador. Ratisboji, jUne 20. By Letters from Newburgh we *�r�, that in Conformity to an Order of the Palatine Cqurt, a Lift had been taken of all the Men able to bear Arms, between 16 Years and 40, in order to form fome Companies of. Militia, and employ the reft to recruit the Elector's Troops. Bonn, June 21, The Elector, who is now at Bruhl, has ttefted a new Order of Knighthood to the Honour of St. Hubert. The Enfign of it, inftead of a'Collar, is a Ring, the Middle of which is adorned with a large Garnet fur-rounded with Diamonds, andthefe Words, alluding to the Name of his Electoral Higjinefs, At Clemekt as August. LONDON. The French King has made a frelh Declaration, thatahe will fet out again for the Army as foon as the Dauphinefs is brought To-bed. Great Preparations are made for the Rejoicings on that Occafion. The State's General have written to M. VanHoey, to inform him of their Intentions in Comequence of Mr. Trevor's Memorial ; but what thofe Intentions ate, is not yet made Publick. His Majefty has been pleafed to appoint His Royal Highnefs William Duke of Cumberland, to be Ranger of the Great and Little Park of Windfo*, in the room of the Hon. John Spencer, Efq; deceas'd.  And We hear that a Patent will fpeedily Pafs the Great Seal for him and his Heirs for the fame. A Gentleman who has wrote from Fort Auguftus to his Friend in London, has the following Words in his Letter. -' It is not to be wonder'dat, thai our Artillery did ftich ' Execution at the Battle ofCulloden, when I law at the ' Review of Skelton's Regiment, by his Royal Highnefs ' the Duke the 4th Inftant, the Artilleryt commanded by ' Major Eelfour, drawn up on the Right and Left of the ' Regiment, fire twelve times in a Minute, and that ' feemingly with great eafe; a thing if I had not feen, I * fhould have thought incredible.' Yefterday the Grand Jury met at the Coart-Houfe on St. Margaret's-hill, purfuant to their Adjournment, and found Bills of Indictment againft feverai of the Rebel Chiefs, who are to be Tried immediately. Yefterday 18 Perfons, who are to appear as Evidence againft the Rebels, were conducted by Mr. Carrington, one of his Majefty's Meffengers, and a Guard of Soldiers, from Piccadilly to Whitehall, where they took Water for Southwark, in order to attend the Trials. LIST of the Grand Jury at St.Margaret's Hill. Sir William Richardfon of Bermondfey, Kht. Sir Abraham Shard of Kennington, Knt. Sir Thomas Hankey of Clapham, Knt. Sir Peter Thompfon of Bermondfey, Kfit. Jofias Wordfworth of Adfcomb, Efq; Samuel Atkinfon of Croydon, Efq; Percival Lewis of Putney, Efq; John Copeland of Camberwell, Efq; Charles Hofkins of Croydon, Efq; Jofeph Crefwick of Streathanij Efq; William Clark of Southwark, Efq; Jofeph Willoughby of Croydon, Efqj Thomas Bevois of Bermondfey, Efq; Elias Bird of Rotherhitb, Efg; Thomas Tarrant of Southwark, Efq; Edward Stevens of Ditto, Efq;  Henry Rgbinfon of Wandfworth, Efqj John Heathfield of Croydon, Efq; Nathaniel Green of Southwark, Efq; Ifaac Eeles of Lambeth, Efq; John Smith of Ditto, Efq; Hemmet Richardfon of Bermondfey, Efq; Samuel Nicholfon of Croydon, Efq; We hear that Serjeant Prime is to go the Weftem Circuit, in Commiffion ; and Serjeant Lee to go the Oxford Circuit. Yefterday Moming the Poll began at Guildhall, for Sheriffs, and on calling up the Books it appeared that no more than 402 had polled for all the four Perfons. We hear, that the Greyhound Privateer, Capt. Hall, of Topfham, is taken by the Nomine Privateer, of St. Maloes, of 22 Guns, and 300 Men, and is carried into Morlaix. We hear that a Perfon of DiftincYion in Pembrokefhire having had fome Words with a Gentleman who he invited to his Houfe, as foon as the Company broke up, followed,him on Horfeback, and would have obliged him to fight, which the other refus'd, and rode off; but the former foon overtook him, and fhot him in the Body, of which Wound he lies dangeroufly ill. . Yefterday 30 Days Subuftence was iffued out of the Pay-Office Whitehall, to his Majefty's Land Forces, Guards and Garrifons, from the 25th of June, to the 24th of July, both inclufive. On Saturday next, the Corps of the Hon. John Spencer, Efq; Brother to his Grace the Duke of Marlborough, Jwill be carried oat of Town with great Pomp and Solemnity, in order to be interr'd at Great Braytoo, near Althorpe in the County of Northampton; amongft the Anceftors of that moft Noble Family. On Tuefday lalt died, at her Lodgings in Piccadilly, Mrs. Mary North, a Widow Gentlewoman of large Fortune in Shropshire, the greateft Part df which fhe has bequeathed to Charitable .Ufes, ! Yefterday Morning two of the Rebels, viz. Peter Mofs, and Charles Ocker, both of Manchester, efcaped out of Newgate ; which they did by taking two Bars out of their Chamber Window, in the Prefs-Yard, and laying a Board a-crofs to the Top of the Cells, and then climbing over a Houfe, got down into Phanix-Court, in Newgate-ftreeri by the help of fome Pieces of Linnen tied together, which had been conveyed to them. The laft of them that got down fell into a Water-Tub, which was heard by a Woman that happened to be up, who alarmed the Keepers; but they gdt clear off. Yefterday divers Prifoners that we're confin'd in the Gate-houfe Weftminnerj for feverai Felonies and Robberies, were remov'd from thence to Newgate, in order to take their Trials at the Seffions-Houfe in the Old-Bailey, which begins on Wednefday next. On Tuefday Night laft Mrs. Stanhope, who keeps the Swan in New-Street, by Covent-Garden ; was robb'd of all her Kitchen Furniture, infomuch that they did not leavtf either any Pewter or Boiling Pots > the Boy is miffing with, other Perfons, fo is fufpected to be concerned in the faid Robbery. We hear, that the Liverymen of the different Wards in this City are determined to meet this Day, and to fupport the Declaration of the Common-hall, for Sheriffs of tnis City and County of Middlefex for the enfuing Year, and to prevent the Citizens of London from being impofed on by the Insinuations of any particular Perfons, who are endeavouring to difturb the t'eace and good Order of the City* and artfully make Ufe of the Names of two worthy Al-dermon, without their Direction or Confent. ' NEWCASTLE, June 21. Extraii of a Litter /ram Fort Auguftus, Jure ii. ' We have lent our Parties all round the Highlands, who left nothing wherever they have been that belong'd to the Rebels, burnt 'all their Houfes, and brought off all their Cattle ; part of which his fioyal Highneis gave to the Army here, and fent the reft down to the Lowland?. We hang-'d 28 Men at Invernefs, for deferting to the Rebels. Extras of a Letter from Almukk, dated June 19 . ' On Monday laft one Lewis> a Welftiman, and one Bailie, an Irifhroan, were fhot at Berwick for deferting to the" Rebels. Bailie, in his Confeffionj faid, that the Day eff hit Execution was the Anniverfary of his Marriage; and about the fame Hour-. Another Deferter is brought in from Scotland} and will probably fuffer the fame Fate. The Duke of Bedford was hourly expected at Berwick, on TueC* day laft. By Letters in Town we are inform'd, that Lord L#vat was taken as he was endeavouring to Ileal aboard a Ship for France ; and that he had along with him 5000 I. in Gold, and iooo 1. in Silver: So that his Lordfhtp is a valuable* Prize. We hear that a Murder has been lately enmmittsd by William Heron, of Rigend injttuj.Coun4y of NorrttTflKber-land, upon the Body of William Veatch, late of Craig- ' houfe^in the faid County. Oroers are come down from London, to prepare for the Trial of the Rebels now in the Jails of the Counties of Durham, Northumberland, andNewcaftle. On Sunday laft the Duke of Athol arrived here, and next Morning he fee out for London. We hear from Stockton, that the Races are intended there at the ofual Place, the laft Wtek in Auguft next, (the Tides then falling fuitable for the Purpdfe.) 8COTLAN   D. Edinburgh, June ig. There are no Accounts from the North, further than that the feverai Detachments from tbb Army were very fucce&ful in bringing in Prifoners, receiving Submiffions, and diftfeffing the Rebels Eftatesj. Three who were engaged in the Rebellion, and joined from, this City, are apprehended/and confined in Perth, viz* Muogo Graham,-*--Wright,, and-Dalmahoy. The London Trade is arrived. We hear the Lords ofStfilon, and the whole College df Juftice, will attend his Royal Highnefs fie Duke on his Ar* rival here, all in their Robes, On Tuefday laft the Hon. Charles Hope-Weir, Efq> Member of Parliament for Linlithgow-fhire, arrived at his Houfe of Craigiehall from London.- Jchergill, June 3. This Dj/ died here, univerfal'y ret greeted, the Bon. DameFJizabethDunbar, Lady cf Sir William Dunbar of Weftfield and Hempriggs, and Daugh er of Alexander Dunbar of Welifield Sheriff of Murray, leaving Iffue two Sons and three Daughters. High-Water this Day at London-Bridge at 3 Minutat after 5. AD V E RTISE MEN TS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffej-House, in Lombard-Street.   

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