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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 4, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. NtTM b. 3647. FRIDAY,   July 4,   1746. Jkaly July 2. iRRIVED his Majefty's Ships the York and Folkftone, from Lifbon,with the following Ships, vi*. the Elizabeth, Dunn, from Smyrna ; Tryton, Saunders ; and Nathaniel, Hill, from, ditto ; Imperial Anne, Harman, from Mahone ; the Ruby, Baily ; Britannia, Blake ; Britannia, King ; Britannia, Godley ; Ma^maduke,, Bowman, from Lifbon; Charlotte, Miller ; Cato.Legard; Mary, Edmonds; Prince Frederick, Widen ; York Merchant, Hill; and Lynn, Franklyn, from Oporto ; Nancy, Kitty ; and Betfey, Leonard, from Gibraltar j Profperous, Houfon, from Leghorn; Hannah and Elizabeth, Jdne?, from Mahone. There are about 65 Sail in the whole, and are all fail'd for the River. Remain bis Majefty's Ships York, Folkftone, and Hawk Sloop, with tie Outward-bound, as in my laft. , Brijlol, July 1.   This Day arrived here the Sarah, Tohnfon ; Experiment, Bond j Pretty Patfey, -1 and Pantzick Merchant, Browne, all from Lifbon ; the laft of which is on the Welch Hook ; but will get off again, Prague, June 25. The Saxon Troops, which ar� ftill in this Kingdom, will march out of it next Week, oar Court having paid the Sum of Money demanded as a Debt by the Saxon Miniftry. Hanover, June, 27. The King having refolved to fend into the Empire the Contingent of this Ele&orate, the Regiments of Bufch, Middagen, Bronck and Killmarrfegg,, winch are to compofe it, have received Orders to be in. jLeadinefs to march on the firft Nosice. Rati short, June 30. According to the laft Letters from Munich, the Convention between that Court and the two Maritime Powers is already fo far advanced, that there is no doubt bnt the News of its being figned will very foon arrive. The Bedy of Troops which the Ele&or of Bavaria is to iurnifh to thofe Powers, will be commanded by the Prince of Saxe-Hddburghaufen, who will ferve in the Army as General of Horfe. Leghorn, June 18. The Englifh Merchants, who are fettled here, have received Advice, that fome Men of War of their Nation haveiaken a rich French Ship, which was returning from Smyrna to Marfeilles, arid they fold her for 100,000 Pieces to a Merchant in the Morea. Heidelbourgb, July 1. Six French Regiments, partly Horfe and partly Foot, have been for fome Timepaft upon the March, in their Way from Flanders to the Mofelle. Maft of the Regular Troops in the Upper Alface, and the Simtgaw are to follow them ;. fo that fcarce one Fortrefs thereabouts will have a tollerable Garrifon left in it. Even at Strafburgh there wiil be only Militia : But Laadau will have a good Body of Regular Troops, befides the Militia, LONDON. On Wednefday Night there was an extraordinary Council at Kenfmgton, which & very late. It is now generally believed that the French Fleet is put inte Ferrol.-And its Deftinarion is varioufly talk'd of. We are inform'd, that the Troops which were lately landed from on board the Tranfports intended' for Cape-Breton, have Orders to imbark, again J and 'tis {aid they are to proceed according to the former Inftruftion*. A Plan is laid before his Majefty for baikhng a Pier in HJurnt Ifland in Scotland, for the more Conveniency. of andmg his Majefty's Forces on any Emergency in that j'art ef the Country. To-morrow the Right'Hon. the Lord Ch&r.eelk>r holds the Second General Seal, after Trinity Term. To-morrow the Rey. Dr. Taylor*- will be inftall'd in , the Collegiate Church of St. Pet^Ps. Weftminfte?,, as one of the Prebends, in the room of Dr.B�od*rids* who&as refign'd. '1 he Hon. Henry Legge, E(gj lately appointed :one of the Lords Commifliqners of the Treasury, is,re-cKofen Member forOrferd, wiihout Opposition. The Right Hon. the Lord Duncannony lately appointed oneof^the Lords Commiffioners of ta* Admiralty, is re* cnofen Member for Derby. As isalfo the Hun. Richard Arundell, Efq; for Knares-borough, lately appointed Treafurer of the Chamber to his Majetty. The John Gaily, Fenell, from Jamaica far London, is k�n by the French, and carried into GrahdviHe. i-aft Night we heard, that all the Portugal Fleet are ||w ever the Flats, and are hourly expected up the; iver. The CIRCUFT appointed for the Summer Aflizes for the Eaftern Part of the Northern Circuit. The Rt.Hori. the Lord Chief Baron Parker. The Hon. Mr. Juftice Burnett. City of Tori, Monday July 21, at the Guildhall of the fairi City. York/hire, The fame Day at the Caftle of York. Durham, Wednefday July 30, at the Caftle of Durham. Town of Newcaflt upon Tine, Monday Auguft 4, at thek Guildhall of the faid Town. Northumberland, The fame at the Caftle of Newcaftle upon Tyne. For the Weftern Part of the Northern Circuit. The Hon. Mr. Juftice Dennifon. The Hon- Mr. Baron Clarke. Laneafer, Wednefday July 30, at the Caftle of Lan-cafter. Weflmoreland, Tuefday Auguft 5, at Apulby. \ Cumberland, Friday Auguft 8, at Carlifle. The Circuit appointed for South-Wales. Richard Carter, Efip    John Hervey, Efq} On Saturday the 16th ofAuguft, atPrefteign. On Friday the 2id of Auguft, at Brecon. On Thurfday the 28th of Auguft, at Cardiffe. Yefterday ended the Seffion* at the Old Baily, when 18 Prifoners were tried, of whom John Crip was Capitally convifted, Joe>ftealihg 20 Lambs, from Mr. John Dell of Welply^n^Buckinghamfliire ; and received Sentence of Death, with the Seven Convicted Yefterday. Six were call for Tranfportation, and Eleven acquitted. Bray, the Evidence agalnft the fix- Soldiers, declared, that Watfon now under Sentence of Death for a Robbery, but reprieved, was intirely innocent of the Fact. The next Seffions begins on Wednef Jay Sept. 3. Canterbury, July 2. On Saturday laft the Rev. Arthur Young, L.L.D. was inftalTd a Prebendary of the Cathedral Church here, in the room of the Rev, and Hon. Doctor Cowper, now Dean of Durham. And the Rev. Franci*Gregory, M. A. is chofen by the Dean and Chapter a Minor Canon of thisChurch, in the room of Mr. James Henftridge, deceas'd. And Mr. Gregory is alfo prefented bjf the Dean and Chapter to the Reftory of Brook near Wye, void by the Death of Mr. Henftridge* The Society correfpondiog with the Incorporated So** ciety in Dublin, for promoting Englijb Ppstefiant Working Schools in Ireland, having received the following Benefactions* from Perfons unknown, the Secretary is,dirc&ed to return the Society's Thanks for the fame, viz.   , June 9, 1746.   By a Perfon unknown, paid )  '   t% to Meff. Hoare and Arnold     -    \ 20 GO June 28. By a Perfon unknown, paid Ditto 10 10 The Society likewife acknowledge the Receipt of One Hundred Pounds, being a Legacy left by Samael Harris, late of Newington-Green, Efq; deceafed, which was paid by his Executor Mr. Daniel Radford, to Mefl*. Albert and Arnold Nefbitt, for the Ufe of the faid Society, the uth of juoe paft. The Lake ; or. The Grand Bunt of Epping-Forejl will-be perform'd for the Second Time at RUCKHOLT-HOUSE on Monday next. Set to Mufickby Mr. Lampe. The firft Huntfman by Mr. Lowe ; Diana by Mrs. Lfimfe. To begin exactly at 1 io'Clock; and Breakfafting at 10. Books of the whole Entertainment may be had at the Place of Performance ; but every Perfon is defired to return them when the Entertainment is over. This Evening at  Mirtia], appointed t� enquire into the Con-iuft of Vice-Admiral Lestock. PRESENT, Perry Mayne, Efq; Rear-Admiral of the Blue, apd Commander in Chief of his Majefty's Shipj and V effcls in the Rivers of Thames and Med way, and at the Buoy of the Nore, Prefidenr, Hon. John Byng> Rear-Ad- miral of the Blue, Hon. Edw. Legge, Caftaint. James Renton, Charles Coleby, Jofeph Hamar, Smith Callis, John Pittman,' Tho. Hamvay, John Orme, f ho, Frankland, Hon. John Hamilton, Sir Chu. Molloy, Robert Erikine, Cha. Catford, Edw. Spragge. Who were all duly fworn according to Act of Parliament. TH E Evidence thoroughly cenfider'd, it appear'd, That Vice-Admiral Leflotk ufed his utmoft endeavours to form the Lines, but could not, unlets the reft of the Fleet had bore down to him. .---That if his Majefty's Fleet was brought into great Danger, as is aflerted in the Charge, by bringing to as they did ; the Caufe neither did, or could arife from the inferior Officer. -That the Night being clear, and the Ships t� be feen, if the Admiral had thought the Vice-Admiral too far to Windward, and out of his Station, be might have fent Orders to join him nearer, or have fuperfeded him, and not have trulted his Judgment or Intxegrity the next Day in the Engagement j but not having fent fuch Orders, it is to be preiumed, he did not think nim out of his Station, or Difobedient to Command. --That the Vice-Admiral's Divifion was not brought to in Diforder, but, the molt regularly formed of any Divifion in the Fleet j his Ships clear, in the Poiture of Fight, and formed in Line of Battle, and he made and repeated tile Signal for their fo doing, as well as every other made that Day. -That if the Vice-Admiral had made Sail in the Night without Orders, it would have been an unjuitifiable Breach of Difcipline. , --That he made Sail at Day-break, [Feb. 11.) and nfrd his utmoft Endeavours to ?et into his Station and clofe the Center, and kept all the Sail he could, till the Signal in the Evening to leave off Chace ; but that it was im-poffible for him to clofe      Line in that Time. --That the Admiral, by bearing down upon the Rear-Divifion of the Enemy's Fleet, excluded the Vice-Admiral from any Part of the Engagement; for if he could "have come up, there would have been but one Enemy's Ship for him and his Whole Divifion to Engage. --That as no Signal was made for him to Chace with his Divifion, he could not, without Breach of Duty, have Chaced ; nor if he had had fuchOrder, have come up with the four Ships of the Enemy mentioned in the Charge, before they could come up with their Admiral,., as they Sail'd fo much better than the Neptune. wanted no Affiftance } they both being equal to the Real and Hercules. --That the Vice-Admiral could not without breaking the Order of Battle, fend to their Relief any Ships othis Divifion, there being between it and the Marlborough four Ships of the Admiral's Divifion which might have gone to her Afliftance. � ��' That the notorious Breaches of Doty which the Vice-Admiral has in general Terms been. accus'd kof, have not been made appear to the Court; nor that the Vice-Admiral was a Principal, or any part of the Caufe cf the MKcarriage of his Majefty's Fleet in 'the Mediterranean i the bringing on of the general Engagement, according to Art. XIX. of the Fighting Inftruftions, and the making proper Difpofitions with the Fleet in the Morning, to lead down with the greateft Advantage upon the Enemy, not depending upon him. ' If the-Vice-Admiral's whok Divifion had been abfd-lutely away, and the four Sternmoft Ships of the Enemy, (who were of no more Service in the Engagement to the Enemy, than the Vice-Admiral's Divifion was to his Majefty's Fleet) had alfo been excluded, the-reft of his Majefty's Fleet would have ftili remain'd fuperror to the reihof the combin'd Fleet. * The1 Vice-Admiral continu'd in Command during the whole Month of Fnbruary, and was diftinguifh'd with a-particular Mark of Truft and Confidence the Day after 9 A D V E RTISEMENTS are taken in tor this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffbe-House, m Lombard-Street.   

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