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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 1, 1846, London, Middlesex                                Advemfer. 1 ^p*^* TUESDAY,   July 1,   1746. RRIVED the Mary> White> ffbm �Leghorn; and remain with the Hawk Sloop � the PrinceCharies, Lyon j and Harrington, James, j�r Jamaica; the Prince Rupert, Dobfon, for Santa Cruz ; the Charles,Randolph, forPlymoijth; and George, Heaamettj far .Newfoundland* with the DatchShip for India.   Wind W.N.W. Jta/moafh, Jane lb.   Sailed the Fly Sloojp, with tb6 "Ellis, Frances, and Jane and Anne under her Convoy, for Plymouth. Plymouth, June 27. Came in Endeavour of Pool> -for Newfoundland. Far feveral Days paft we have had hard (Gales of Wind, with Rain.  Wind S.W. ^ Southampton,. June 3.7. Yefterday arrived here the Juilly of Guerafey, and the Friend (hip .of Jjafey,. m The FriendBiip, Franklyn, from London and Madeira, i$ arrived at Jamaica. The Wefonorland, Bpnell, frQm Philadelphia, at ditto. Th,e Betty, Willpughby,- from Barbadoes, at Virginia. The Sufannah, �enfly, from Bjddefbrd,at ditto. The Vine, Wilfpq* from Maryland at Whitehaven. The Rowjey Frigatf Tobin, frotgi Gibraltar, in the Jpowm, in 19 Day Copenhagen, June i&. The Princefc Royal advances; fSS^f^imrmttmeTher Delivery, which is every, Payeipe^ed;- ^oai B^l^/Jfhe�ew Ru&atMnifier,at x\^mmm^P^ Jmrn       -l&rj^are djip$!d a 4*ffi��*tPetts,. in-Ofder *  kv*pi?pejj our Cg^ni^ationsi ^^I�W^?^&^PJWn,our^ Haguet July 3. M. Gilles let* out To-morrow or the ,*&&r x�n hV Rcte|� J^^aris, with his final Jn^rruci ^ons.--T^ Maxquis cjsSt, Gillc^s Departure wiofpended ^tffomeDays.l ~\]Tto^2l#e$?.yti$ift a. few Days pally* tyve known more particular than before, the Heads of the Acoufarioa -~^iniy$arsg Trenck.  The Chief are, � - * � I. That, infiead of c*ntJ&utreg*".as. his Duty re-, *) quired, to-theSuccet Jf Military Operations, "this princi* * pal Employment during the Courfe ,of.the'War, has ^ * feeei} fca'^commitf all Sorts of pillages and Biforders, cm- � ploying his whole ^tten&ott' tQithe. making of Booty. ,' * rAnfl'.that4he DifadyanJages refiilting from thi Conduct, * were,ffien particuiarly at the Battle ofSprrin' Bohemia, � 9theg�\ijjBtwftbftaaeffng.h js' Orders-toJ&U. in Ceajunc-�t tjpp,,wf$h general Nad^i,s jiMold lie thi Indications the Court has' ' -fet^wOp-A**^-txt-j^rlfy -thp Pr^�rnptions of an,ap-1 v.:th4t,# ,   , 1 fign the^orifu^y^ndVKavenrf^fcer afiy intereft' ' in-?he Domjnions the�^prefs.q�en, ffiaf Hefiadfe--' cretly fent to Vepice^ and Intp Sivitz^rlandj.^yery confi- � Ta Extorcions:  And that1 he perceived hunfelf 4ioW and Extorcions:  And tnat* \ie perceived Vodious'OonSacl-grewj, fince i?haVing lately made i] �"'TtJUit' imd'�d'av6yft,llheJwa'8 Whollf *a^yttf upon Jul i| * Return, to get every Thing in Readinefs for difappear- * ing iiddenly, and was to have left Vienna in a very ' fhort Time, when the Emprefs caufed him to be arrefted, ' and-hkCondudexamined into.' . There is another very long Article concerning Violences and other Excefies of the fame Nature. The Particulars of which are ib ihocklilg, thatJDecency does not permit to repeat them. The Emprefs has declared, that ibe will hear nothing more faid in Favour of this Officer, and that ihe will be offended with any one, who fhall attempt to inter-jpofein his behalf.--There is a very ftrong Memorial al-fo arrived from Berlin, the Subftance of which is a Charge againft the faid Baron. Prince Charles's Departure is de-ferr'd on Account of the good News from Italy. LONDON. Porifmmtb, June 29.. �This Morning ttie whole Fleet ' of Men of War and Tranfports at St. Helens, is getting ' under Sail to come to Spititead, agreeable to the Orders * they received Yefterday by ExpreK. The Lizard Sloop of War is arrived at Falmouth, with �an-Expreis from Admiral Martin, who was left weilon Suhday fe'nnightj 40 Leagues3.W. of Ulhant. ,'*mmm Gn Thursday laft a foreign Meffenger* who landed at Southwould; pafsM thro'Ipfwich fer tondon, with fome important -DiQ�tches from.Italy. ,. His Maj^fty: is indi^os'd wiA a Cold^ and was not at theChapel oh Sunday, nor was thfcre any Drawing R^oin. #efte*day their! Royal I^g^effies the Pjrmce and Ffin-cefsof Wales, dined with Henry Drax,,Efij;; Member of Parliament for Wareham in Dorfetlhire, at his Hotife oa �e,$ria> pHfeft fit r Captain taken* and GuasandfijWen J^Hbg&�ad*   Saga? on brittd, �!UnsjftiehirdloT�,'- Bft�a, flientroa'4 n oar Paper Ye- co.fof �im& ^tb/^ai gf.tp haite been.^^^ D^f*� j� fe aiTfae4;at:Brifh�l rwhoOeftthe Priftbe.Wifliain; Eatoa, 0n�tiie apthnlt. off Dublin.'       ' .  ' : Laa^t^daajr^e^r^^ManU^ the ftin�e�f.S>jraftge*�wl fawned, the Tirft Lieofenajat; of ^eGhknefter, which kftedtbajbJDay* and Part of the am; Chatham*..'Yard,, �itb jjtbtioft to the Damage Admiral , Mattlei'sVStiR|h#>Nj*ai}t-e fec^ived in thej E^ga^cment, but he npt^awjogjaovthh^qf jt, the Cjp^rt aajournvd thcym ^Wright Aafant,.5jQ$hj3eM^�^e(^nie ; .and,,tWhLieutenant. Patttf^iy 4ate^�f th\^ffiac^wat caljed, inj tqppflrt^f the Charge �WKife^mi�ili(?niallcci the Raaae^er. of the Day, ami, will-be continued thj^ Day.     1 . MTh^'wpe �6MC(Jtthe^ on TWday 'Nig^htla^^a^^^l^^therei feVeril Stacks1 of Chimneys bemaJt^^.d^'wh^,)^ps, until*4( ^hd many Trees HJIftrta^b^ tbejBiOiQts.. ; j  , - a � - 'Fron>Ca��Attry they tell us, that the Day was ex-trjeitfehjr hbrthertftifl lit Swrm began, about fix c'Clock, 'when dnaJfrfdQeh^4ifliial eioud apDear'4., and madt it ^almo^asjlarkjuLWhen the great Ectipft happen^J'attehded wjth.I^ightopg, viplenf Cfaps.of Thunder, &c. and yet -there",3m not w^ch* Djift?re 4one in or neaiuthat City ; >(tt^BW)fllr, and pthet Places thereabouts^the$!op--.Grtiuiids futf'er'd greafly. pn Sunday Evening; ?iedfoddenly at^Richmond,-the RlghtHoh. the Lord Srundd of Wardour, a AomanCi^ ' thqlIck.*Peerl � .' ^ r- ' ' : V \-*' \ \K Yelbrday^M^. SooAcdteV Bay Mafe ran againft' Mr ^ikoa'Jl Chefritit Gelding^ two ^T-iles on Epfdiit \D6wite, fdr 'O^BHindred Goine4 which was won\by' the^'^--\raet..   "            ''�   " ';" \  �      ":" '"� * J " The AVJvkes, from .tmr1 North affurej thtft ihfere ii the ^ighert t^iiba^ility: ot &jccil'si Ijy a Det^dhdlehf lately rijrtit i His Grace the Duke of Bedford arrived at the Abbay YeAerday from England, and this Morning at One o'Clbck Wenton board a Ship in the Road. A.Party of Lord Mark Kert's Diagoons, who; came irt here on Saturday laft, marched out this Morning to the JEaftCoufttry. Oa Thuifdajr kftj bjetwixt 4. and c in the Morning.died anatural Death, at his Lodgings, in the Totbopth of .Iwrghi thefamoos Jamei;iRM�cljh^ a cqaf�tnr^ix� \$ 9& th^.Am.iof^ab^^fRr a QvtfM&fr, i Hiring; hetat&isBiedy. cojdemni " iiwjent ahr^il^tftd^, a� .Cwds wjth ^.J^thffi "'"�assassSi.sMs W'Teturs toS^o^andv ^ehe ngiiMwhlfb he war vfry d�xte-BcnUy &om 4w Rfelt^njd di- ,      . ...   ..-......after ftroljuig ab"o�!�.fi� feme ^|iiW#Miftili''t^ja]Mi^   Pri^n,; (not      Jtaft Ivapa^rfifl^ 5i�iao^; pofiavfely affirming ^thqHjtp^was 1 �ot mada.wSaild hang hjm) ivhere he rehlaiped"very fer-viceabfc to the Prifoners, and.a feiihfuj Servant to the City M dfflodge the Rehds, when by. Chewing .-tjff the Lpckt  els in that, Part cF the Coantry, in confequehce of which they ' determined to deffroy huh, catling him "ah 1hformef, which. Jthey put inEj*t{�idrocm:*he rftSh inftant; ia the following Manner j -IwSlcis Anderfoh.and Andrew .Fith:e,.both(�>fjthe ' ViUag^of B^miey^feehigthejO^ as he w��con- verfing with two other Men in the faid Village*came.up to him, andCfcllinjrhim/theyiJhad ."fcmedJing ito fay to him* brought hire behindrtBairni where they isflantVy'threw him dowfl^andknock'dodthis Brains with-Stones^ ftrikinghim '� time about >after which they had the bare faced Impudence lO-laawe the Body .lying the whole Day expofe4 apdretum-\ ri^ffir ^"^1 F'^tff.the leaff feeniing,ftemOffeoj gon-c�rh"fb�^'howriacl:�to^b3ri'been(iabo�i in tjberEven-ine they threw the Bodyihtosajvlarl-pit, and covered it with i-few Stoneij and Scds. ^oLArabmrhavJngf�ivateintelli-- gelnce odthe^i6th,ithat thereawas juii Reason ;p fufpec^f hat Catanach was murder'd, feat out in the Dead of thV H�ght 'WdSc^and gblDta^aonn^hp/iuhroahdedthe, Village* andahad the. goo^FortahectatSkeTn'ot only Anderfqnraod Fithie. but alio one Barbara Couts Houfekeeper tp thejfajd ^CapiawOgOvie; who baiFferffctly encouraged and prpmpted fhem W trnfe cruel Deed^beiides iweraiothers, wjio^we^fup-pofed could giyeTeflimony^but they all a< htft,0^'1*1^/  JemW^tefi- knowingaay.thing of the. Afair, tjU jhe Day A D V E RTISE9N E N T S are taken in for this Paper, at Ll'oyd's Coffee-Hquse, in 'Lombard-Street.   

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