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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 8, 1846, London, Middlesex                                N T U E'S D A Y,   July 8, AIL'D Yefterdgy after Poft his Magefiy's Step the Yerlf to the Wfeftward".   Remain his Maje |ft/iShip%!Fq^/ by the Maffa, JBith, ft^ Lisbon j CW&u$g, $y^,fTom; fyofway � Dorfer, Winaiss, faan J�Aaida- j aW^&arJistta, Milfcr/ From Opprtp, s-      t . faImoqth,'Jtib j.  The W^rfEQ. ^iy.Pfy^Pf lent in here a French Bark, laden with. Fnjit ; wfcich i^e tut out of a French' Port,   S^^.'$e.i^eflture Privateer, on a Cruize ; and.      Lizard Sloop, pfWar> with feveral light Colliery for BriftpL   n*T? W- Wmo#b jiffy 5." Wed $he fcr Dublin; and from FottJaad Rpad the.Dot.eh Ship for Eaft India.  Wind E.N E. PW, July 5. Hjs Majefty's Ship the Vjper is fallen down to the Stakes, to take in" her Guns: 1 Sail'd Henry, Biles, for Akkraey. Saves, Jul? 5. TheRofe/Man of War, Capt. Montague, with fcvty^lGoaffleisi failed Sox Plymouth on Thursday.  Arrived the Happy Return, from Guernsey. The Bracelet, Woodhpufe, from Lancafter, is arrived at Antigua The Bella, ^rofthwa^te, from Whitehaven, at Virginia. The Anae: Adcinfon, from L�verpccl> at Barbadpes. The Wesford, Lyons, ,^om Bar tmdoe>, at Philadelphia The Judith, Quarme, iroju Carolip*, at Oporto. The Oi-^rdj. Clark;; "from Oporto, off Dover. TheJohn and Mary, Ryan; Tidfwejl, Simncr j and Klary Prienton, from'Oporto, at Liverpool. The Aurora, FenktfhmaB, f�ora: Virginia, at Plymouth. The Chriftiatj, Biorn, fro� Lwdpn,' at Stockholm. The Bucket, -rr-, from, tdeca&arj at Antigua. Yefteiday arrived the, Majl/fpip Holland. Florence, juqe z. The. Camp it Pifa 15 entirely formed, $ad. compofed of �qq'p Fopt, iopp Horfe, 30 Pieces qf Cannon ajad 6 Mortars, with the neeeu'ary C^poneers an^ ^wplbardiers. The $^narjpn pf thefe Troops is not y^t known j put itisrej^rjc,cj, $he Msrqms de Chatelet, yhp commands them.* had fevenal Conferences' vvfith Cpm-jnoijpre Townijieqd h^qrp he optJpr Pifa/. There is alio a Repprt, tjfaJ djg Qcqa^oh of afTembling thefe Troops was a Difcoyery raide at. Vienna, t^3( the; Spaniards, at the Irrftifation ofTrance, had ^rrrjedf' Deiign to take fafctivm sf this Gxaod Duichy. at a Time when.it was leaft ejfpefted, and that Ml NoaMes had perfuaded the King of SpaSp, .tfiat his h|after would procure the Ceflbn of ktoDqn|hi|hi. Madena, Jy�e It does not appear, that the Spaniard^ have any Deli^n to abandon Piacentiat fince, on the contrary, tney a^. digging EHtches round that City, in order to rhro\y in. the Wlters of theTrebia and the Po, andpijt the Place in a better Sf^ate of Defence. On t,h4 other Side, the Auflrians advance their Trenches before the Caftle in order to batter itat which the Spaniards do not f�m to cake Umbrage, their feem'ing Intention being to ksve a good Garriferr in the Place, and ifcake it a Head tp their Bridge oyir the Po, thajf they may pafs and repaf. tbt Kjver as they i^e Occafjon from the Motions qf the Auftrians and PiedmpiKeze. C>tmonat Jutyy. /ill the Army cf ^he f nemy has been >r two Days paft on this Side the. �q, having left pnl 4000 Men in tiarrifofl at.^kjcentiaj ani 7 or "8009 Sic! for two Days paft on this Side'the. P^o, having left only 4000 Men in iiarrifon at.^ljcentia{. ani "7 pr "8009 Sick and Wounded. ' Qeneraf kptti contirii^ it ]�kxjvla ^i;h ^. Rgjlmcnts of Sotf/"c}_C!orfipanie^ of Grenajiiers, z Regiments of Horfe, sntl j pf Muffars, to gyard the ^d-^a, while the Pribcfe.bf"Badeo Dourlach, vySp has 5 Pigd-ttooteze Battalions under 'him Pavia, is,tci take ipije $f the Teffinor '1?his Day the King of Sardinia jqioed imperial Army, \vh*ch'he is to comfpapl in Chief, feaving unoer him theGeiierab dc Botta a^\| Brqwn. tr�nckfort, Ju/j \q. Several Letters from Italy a^e 'fen here, winch lay the Frspch anci^'jnniijj. generals.h^ye demanded leave of the King of S^ydibia.and' the AnftVian Generals^ to evacuate jilil caly \vith tij'e ilonpurs of War, jheir Artjllery and fequiRuges, and that his Sardinian Ma-jefty imnsediatGly drrpatxft'd a Courier'to Vienna, to know Plcafure of ffye'Empjets Q^e, n upr^n that-Siiijefl. , . Ro:kI/e> Juh 3;^" Pejjihatipp 'of thp.P^e d'An-^le's Fleet, andtlje"Route it ljaj> takeh, aYe,ffiil;iilfi|er^ h is thought, how-ever, to be got ajjreat WayJ ^ UJs J'irae, grid that AdmifarMartiw" haveiitlre^y ^iiflfed �r a Privateer, vgry mufh:%|^red, eajnj V<$$x}% lifc this Port, wjio report? that A<|swal to feg ftfU. $rmv\&*' bput our CpaSs!, apji fihj}t h�; wi. .p^fu{u�, ff-�af>ed beJBj^ takxe by hy Ffcet. T^f Ewfearge ty*S the fame Day ukrn pf th� S^ips thajt hftV* b^s� h�e d$-,�io�d, &pwt*& July 13. According &d th? A^vk^? we hikve rtsfeweti foom Meps^ th�.B�fifigerii wh^fesin^ *Ur$ifc to have ceafed firing1, began again of afudden on the 6th, *t 9'jgi th Aftegoepn, jyiflj ^jch fftry, tha? thergrirafc of ,Gopti jya^ coligfd k> �^rff 4.^ Bat.twiP to be ere&d It the Attack qf ^rterflpjat,,Hdieret^ftF^?9h wish t%fna4$y jngi^tained th^fejvfisiq tj# Cpym Way of Heto-Wprk, thfi Mirji^s of sybjcl} they had pjpw? up. They alfb gpf )?ofle^Qn pf % j^alfrinopn near the Fifti-pprtd df the Ap^ftiep, arid] tpojc Ppifgners twenty Men a;nd a S e Mafters on Monday nejft at fartheft. Mruje/t, July 1 j. LaH Night a Courier paffd by here frem the Camp before Mons tp the Quarters ;of M(. Sa,xef and, we are aflured, that t^e two Commandants cf that Place have ofiered to capitulate : But, it is thought, they will have no other Terms than the being made Pnfoners of -War. Hague, July 14. Yefterday wp received  the News of the Surrender of the -City of Mons. At the fame Tirt�� Advice came, that the French were caiifing a Urge Body of Troops 10 file on7 towards Nam nr. Wc hear fropi Venlo, that the two firft Columns of the Reinforcements crpffed the Maefe there cm the 10th and 11 th Irj.ll. and were tp continue (heir March, without Lofs 0/ Tyne, by t^e, Way pf HBimont and Eyndhoven. fy tike Jriic{t from Hamburgh Yefterday, Paragraph z, Line z, for PruJDan Troops read Ruffian Troops. LONDON. Letters from the Ifagqe &y> that they eXpedt. every Mo-inen^ the Arrival pf a ^CHuier fccan Munich, with Advice, .that the Subfidf Treaty fe concluded. There has be,en a (^arreTSetH?pen General Roth and the Colonel of his Pwn, 'RLejgijnfiat, whp was Vice-Commandant pf Pi*aighjtone, pccajTionJed by the Pp^inacy and Dffobtdiepce pf the fatter, "fhh rOj5cer ha* been fent Prifbner to Mantua on the Pccaifton, and, it is thought, wijl qqtne very ija|i$eren>iy Two Milanefe Gentlenjen, the Count de Biancini and aupther, have been taken and fent in irons tp the Citadel of Parma, for attempting to prpcure Proyifions for the At-my pf the.three Crp>ynsip J^iy. They Jjaoj abput th^m ?iJ99 Piftoles far ifa fttjpsfo* Cpupt Biancini offered ZQpQGO. Piftoles, and a Regwaent in the Spanflh Service for ] his Liberty, to the Officer who took hyp, which the latter � accepted the Promife of in Wfjtiflg, and afterwards feCurtd his Prifoner. On Sunday laft Mr. Cox, one of his Majefty%s Mef-fengers, arrived at Kenfm^tpp, with an Exprefs to his "Majelty, from his Rpjal|J[igjinefs the P�ke pf Cumber- We are informed, that his Royal Highnefs will (et out on his Returp from Scotland an the i^thlriftant. Mr.Geprge Rofs'isaflijgq^d .3-ollickqr to'wj'l1*10 Bail pf 4)lmJt.rriock. ... A^ is a|Qj Mr. Adw Gaf4on aJSgned Sollicitor tp the Ear} pf Cromartic And they areto have Aceefs to their Lordfhips at ^fp-nable Times, to prepare for their Trials, The above'-merifrpri'dSalHdtors were, upon the Petitions of tkeir Lordfhips totheHoufe of Peers aifigned to them at their own R^queft Teilerday. L;aft Week' jghn Canip^ell, Efg> Knight of the Shire fortjfe'CpTjniy'pf I'erailrb^e, who was'lajeb/ appoiutfcd on^pf thftXor4s CoroiauTianfirs. of riaeTreafary, is. re-ebbfen for thefaid County wititout Oppofitren. Theftight Hon.'the Lprd GmanceHor has been plea$d to prcfent Daniel Cr^ip* CJerk; f4).the>Vicar;idgeof St. Stephen^ea.r the Tpwi) gf Aibitns in ihp County of fjertfofd and Diocefe of London j. ai>d thefaid Frefei-titiop pafs'd the Great' S^l pn Satiirday^rt^cfprdiogjy. Laft Week jjied at Quitch in ;JCept? JJjflrs, Crarhmopd, wfe-of^r. Qtiptospq; � Mm* m Gfacec^ch-iirafit, anti pfl.S^n^ay; Nfghtl^fc-W^pp^ wa^s injefj'd in St. Maty,Magd*kate Uwrth, Ol*ftfi^ ftreet. There is Advice, that the Friendfhjp Slpop, Saya�e, boand'.from London to Cprkj and the'St. ^tjthony B/)g-from Rriftol to Cork, are bori taken by the French.  The Generous Betty,' Shfer, frpj^f Dant^k to Apftr^-ther, was taken off Stonehaven; but a/^efWards ranfonjed for jop J.     ' 1 ' ' On Thurfday lafi a Waggon laden with. Money, which" had been put on Shoar axpeal, came thro* CanteibVry fbr^ London. . Laft Sathrday John Bouverie, Eifq; arrived in Town, frprh Jnakipg the Tour of Europe. Laft Week died Sir: Francis B&tly, Bart.  By his Death the Title'defcends to his Brother^ the Rey. Sir liurpphry Bee.tly> Reftor of Attlebprgh in Norfolk, " On Friday laft died at Norwich, Thomas Harwood.Efq;. Alderman of Bancroft Ward   He was Sheriff in the Yea/ 1713, and Mayor in 1728. Yefterday died; after two Day$ IHnefs, IVTf. John B'ack-noe, Mafter of the Salutation Tavern in Grey-Fryarsi Newgate-ftreet. We hear from Egertonin Kent, that in the late Storrjj, they had grea.tj)amages done there an4 in the Neighbourhood, viz. phe Gentleman had five Barns and two Stables blown down, befides other BarnS, about ?.op Oak T^cej, half of which had their Tops blown off, many broke afonder in the Middle, &c. That the rjop-Plantatjons f4f-fer'd extremely ; alfo that they were very full pf Vermin, and many tarn'd BfackV: Yefterday a Stack of Hay', which had been put up too Ibon, teok fire, near the Fpundljjig Hpfpital', and made i great Alarm,1 but by timely Aftlft'ahce'it was moiUy fay'd. Mr. Kemp's Sale begjns at 3 dv'C1qc1c Tb-moxrpw ; and each Day at 3, and npt befbie. COUNTRY-NEWS. NeiKcaftle, July 'Tis faid,a French Ship, which iate'y took a Scots Veffel on that ^oaft; and ranfoirTd her fc>r 80 1. was bbferved to have fome Perfons of Diilirjflion on hoard ; and as they were hovering on the Coaft, and faid they, were not com? to take Ships, 'tis fuppofed, tbey were fekrehing for the Young Pretender, to carry hjm away td France. Capt. Noble, of the Scotch Fufileers, has t\ken eight Pieces of Cannon, out of a Loch about two Miles fioni Lochiel's Houfe ; and fome other Parries have found in other Places 32 Chefts of Arms, and 19 Barrels of Powder. Ipfaitch, July 5. On Tuefday laft Mr. George Cheri-ton was unanimoufly cbpien Ulher of the Free Grammar School in this Town, The Subfcribers of the County of Suffolk, for the Support of his Majefty's Perfon and Government, &c. have been defired to apply to the Treafurer to whom they paid the Tenth Part or their Subfcription, to receive back 10 s. for every 20 s. they paid in ; and a Lift of tlve whole Sub-fcrigtjon, with the Sums received and diftjurfed, is deliver'd to each Subfcriber, when he calls for his Money. Brijlol, July 5. Op Sunday laft arrived here, theTry-al Privateer, Capt. Cpnper, pf 16 Guns and 130 Men j who, on the 15th Iniiant, off St. M^ryri's Me, on the Coaft of France ; efpy'd two Sail,' to who� he gave Chace^ and came np with tnem foon after, apd found eme of thehi to be a French Privateer of 24 Nine Pounders and 370 JVfe*, *ho had'wijl} them a frpall.Privateer of Guernley-. On which the Tryal| rpade iceady to engage, whkh (he ojid'witji all the Bravery ppffib|e for two Hours and a half,, in, ^(hich; Time the, Gpfirnfey Privateer got cf. The Engagement cpnfip�e4 with; the utmod OMinacy oh both bides'; but Capt. Conner heipg over-lowered botk by Men and M.etaJ� ajnd^ery much soupde^Un .theRigging, &c: wjis'oBrljg^/t.o ftrike, after hayjng ^'pth ^i^Dfhants fpbrVJn and ^ac Doha,ld) and fo^r common Mc� kiVed^ andr 30 wovfhded. t^t. Mac Dpna)d Kad^ Shaw inhw Body; and D^rr-in, was. fhpt with a M^uettBaji in the Jfkd. ' Capt. iCQnpcr was dangejoilfty, wpHodfid^pth: .fathei T^flgh ahd'Arrpi bq'ug'fliot thrpi^gh,Jbpth;f AjjrrH^alMartin beiflj^ in tiie. gay watchipg for the Cpjn^bjped. #Jeg$s. of France and.Spa;n� an4hearing. the&ri^q^ .CJa^npOj pr-&rz& tlieJyIermaiJd*M#npf V(>ar to,go'jOHtrppp thcScpus, ahp* ""fpftunAteTy fpoh '�ju* within S@�t. pf ;the^;i upon ^hkh'the Fi^nchmia thppght proper torelyiguifj) J1� "Prjze. -- Adjm,iral jMartin. .on gf.^ift brave' defence' macrs' b^ the Tryajl, g^eipjuTy. g^yfthi^gigitb for'thr .R^-c^ptiire to.Cait. CwJaiPe^api Jy,s Q$ccf& fent a /foop't'b QJhyey her. ipto t^js .^ha^nef, ' 'Laft 'Tuefday Mrs.rBtoyw, kepfthf King W�Uia� f j-i^lteer'near Trinity-ftreer, �tas.co^nminted, to N?wgastt% p&W&leh herDaughter ap^Sjftpr, fo^,pjpki,ngth,*iP$)c-Iter6f arSaiiorof up^ar^s of jpG^ingas. , � cotamitted to Btidewell.- X A D V Ji RTISE M EN TS are takco in tor this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-Strfet,   

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