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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 17, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. Numb. 3%$. THURSDAY,   July 17,   1746. Deal, July 15. kEMAIN in the Downs the Don Carlos, Friend, for Lifbon ; the Farmer,for Guiney j Greyhound, Goddaid, for ditto ; Seahorfe, Johnfon, for Plymouth. Wind E.S.E. Grave/end\ July ry.    Pafs'd by Antwerp Packet, Edwards, from Middleburgh ;   Queen of. Hungary, Ruftel j and Nancy, Alcock, from Rotterdam j Hyam, Wood, from William- ftadt; the Pilot-Boat, Lapwing, Swift, and other Tran-43 fports from Holland. > jj} Falmouth, July \ z. Since my laft arrived the Swallow, Packet, Bluet, from Jamaica, laft from Dartmouth. Sail'd his Majefty's Sloop Lizard, with feveral light Colliers, for Briftol; and the jenny, Jenkins, for South Carolina. Wind Eaft, The Trafford, Goad, from Leverpool# is arrived at Maryland. u i�2 The Virgin, KnowJer, from LiJbon, at Dublin. The Cheller, Rooth, from Oporto, at Chefter. Madrid, June 27. The King, willing to recompence the former Services of the Marquis de St. Gilles, had no-jninsted him to the important Charge of Prefident-Gover-nor of Caftile, vacant by the Death of the Cardinal de Molina. Inftrudtions are actually preparing to be fent to the Marquifsdel Puerto, relating to his Embaffy to their High Mightineffes. The Court has received Confirmation of the News concerning the Arrival of the Henry and Superbe at Corunna, the firit from the South-Seas, and the other from La Vera Cruz. They have on board to the Value of 8 Millions of Piaftres. AH that we know concerning the iate Action in Italy, is, that M. de Gages had formed a molt excellent Project, which would have re-ftored the Affairs of Italy, if he could have executed it, and that his Failure was owing to fome unforefeen Circum-fhnces, which could not be prevented. Lye "j, July 5. The Court having given Orders for ten Battalions, which were in Franche Comte, to march into Provence, in order to reinforce the Army in Italy, if there fhpuld be occafion, Detachments of thofe Troops are now piling by here, ana* the laft will arrive on the nth. Eigi m Holland, and took up their Quarters at the Sign of (ta City of London. All the People of any Ditlinction Clme to p3y them their Compliments on the 1 ith ; and a grana Entertainment was prepared for them in the Caftle-hall. On the 12th they went to fee the Caftle and Gardens of Herenhaufen, as well as the Coaches and fine Equi-F2� belonging to the King of Great-Britain our moft fe-Kne Eleftor, and whatever elfe was the moft curious. Oo f!lc 13 th they fet Out to continue their Journey by the Way of Wolfenbuttle, Drefden and Berlin. LONDON. The Merchants in Provence are arming at Toulon three Ships of War, in order to fend them up the Levant for the Protection of their Trade and Navigation. The Captain of a Ship, arrived at Genoa from the Coaft of Africa, confirms the News, that an Army of 5 0,000 Algerines was upon the March towards Tunis, in order to depofe the Ufurper; who had got himfelf ackhb* ledged for Bey, and reftore to that Dignity the Son of the Bey laft deceased. According to a Lift juft publifhed at Milan, and pretended to be exact, the whole Number of Prifoners made at the late Battle,. amounts to 5652 Men. The late Penfionary of Holland, M. Vanderheim, fiic-ceeded M. Slingeland, in December, 1736, and in the laft Year 1745, he became Keeper of the Great Seal, Stadt-holder and Mafter of the Rolls to the Fiefs of Holland and Weft-Friezeland, in the room of Count Wafienaer Ob-dam, who died in February that Year. According to Letters from Genoa, the Piedmonteze have feized a Serravalle, and carried it to Placentia, and, it is believed, the King of Sardinia will actually invade their Country with two Detachments at the fame lime. Advices from Munich, by the way of Frasckfort affure us, that the Treaty for taking 6000 Bavarians into the 'Pay of the Maritime Powers, is actually concluded. v Court-Hettfe, St. Margate?s-Hill% $outhvoari,July 16. This Day the Court lat again, purfuant to their Adjournment, when the following Perfons were Tried and found guilty of High Treafon, viz. George Fletcher, Captain in the Manchefter Regiment. Thomas Chadwick, Lieutenant in the (aid Regiment. And William Battragh, Enfign in ditto. They endeavour'd to prove that they were fore'd into the Rebellion ; but it plainly appeared, by Mr. Maddox, the Principal Evidence, and others, that they Voluntarily, and without any Compulfion, join'd the Scotch Rebel Army at Manchefter, that they wore White Cockade*, Safhes, &c. and march'd as Officers from that Place to Derby, and from thence (on hearing of the Duke of Cumberland's Approach) to Carlifle, where they regularly kept Guard, and attended the Councils of War held there, for defending the Place againft his Majefty's Forces, &c. . The Judges who fat Yefterday, were The Lord Chief Juftice Lee, Mr. Juftice Wright, And Mr. Baron Reynolds. The Council for the King, were Mr. Attorney General. Sir John Strange. Sir Rich. Lloyd. Council for the Prifoners, were Serjeant Wynne.     Mr. Parrot. The Jury were Francis Bartholomew, Richard Sherlock, Thomas Dawfon, Richard Toy, John Fielder, James Viner, John Ottway, Thomas Poplin, John Stark, George Hart, William Bridgftock, John Rowles. After the above Trials were over, the Court adjourn'd till this Morning at 9 c'Clock.-Counfellor Morgan will be tried this Day. Letter from Dover, July 15. r Came in the Vernon, Brewfteiv from Suftderland ; alfo � the Carlifle Privateer, Capt. Owens, from a Cruize ; and * has brought in with him the Hound, Sybrant Haagerop, * from Bourdeaux, laden with Wine, Brandy, and Al-� monds --This Ship was fome time ago examin'd by * fome of our Cruizers; and was fuppos'd by the Courie * (he then fteer'd to be bound to Dunkirk } but our Crui- * zers kept fo {harp a Look-out that me was obliged to go * for Rotterdam : From whence fhe return'd with the � fame Cargoe ; and Capt. Owens took her, as fhe was ' goifig into Dunkirk.-She formerly belong'd to Calais. They write from Tenby, that the Elizabeth, Howell, was arrived there with feveral Pieces of Cannon and Military Stores, for the Defence of that Place. One Day laft Week, the Lady of Robert Parry, Ffqj was fefely deliver'd of a Son, at his Houfe in Jermyn-< Street. Yefterday at a General Court of the Governors of the London Infirmary, held at HaberdaftierVHall, Dr. James Hibbins, of Mile End Greeft, was unanimously elected Afhftant Phyfician to that Charity, on the fame Footing as the Affiftant Phyfuian of Guy's Hofpital. This Day the Right Hon. the Lord Chancellor will hold the Third General seal after Trinity Term, at Lincoln's-lnn Hall. The beginning of next Week Benjamin Keene* Efq' Member of Parliament for Weltiow in the County of Cornwall, many Years Refident at the Court of Madrid* and lately appointed Envoy Extraordinary to the King of Portugal, will fet out for that Court, his Equipage and' Baggage being ordered to be got ready with the utmoft Expedition. The Marquis of Tabernacie, who has refided here with his Lady many Years, and had a Penfion of 500 1. per Ann. from the Crown, he being obliged to leave the Court of Spain/ for his adhering to the Intereft of the Prince of Afturias* and his Eftate feized On, fets out this Morning, from his Houfe in Bond-ftreet, on his return ^ home. On Tuefday Night laft his Grace the Duke of Anca- ^ fter arrived in Town, in a Poft Chaife, from his Seat in ^ Lincolnshire. A great Number of Peers are coming to Town, to at- t-t*, tend the Tryals of the three Lords in the Tower. O During the faid Trials the Heralds and Purfuivants at *2u Arms are to attend the Lord High Steward, and fix Maces t4 are to be carried before him. 13 Newcafilei July 12. On Thurfday laft was married at    Elfden, in Northumberland, Martin Hall< of Gatclughi Efqj aged 72, a Gentleman poffeft of an Eftate of 6000 L per Annum, to Mifi Barbara Hope, of Hexham, aged 22, an agreeable Lady, with a handfome Fortune. On Thurfday Afternoon arrived here in a Coach, under the Care of Lieutenant Colonel Cockayne, efcorted by a Party of Dragoons, John Murray, Efq; of Broughton, the Pretender's Secretary j and Yefterday Morning he proceeded for London. He feem'd exceedingly dejected, and loOk'd very pale. On Monday next t$ Rebel Officers, and a good Number of Irifh Sailors taken in the Pretender's Service, are to fet out from Berwick for Carlifle, to be tried at the enfuing Affizes. The Affizes are to Begin at Lincafter on Jury 30, at Apulby, Auguft 5, and at Carlifle Auguft 8. On Monday laft the Races began at Durham, when 501. was won by Mr. PuJlen's Brown Horfe C<*far ; on Tuefday 501. by Mr. 6wan*s Grey Colt Bold Fwtfter \ On Wed-nefday 50 I. by Mr. Wlfon'S Bay Mare, Tip ; on Thurfday 50 1. by Mr. Hunt's Chefnut Horfe, Jiggi and Yefterday 501. by MifsRouth's Othello. Gliucefter, July 12. On Tuefday laft one Tames Hammond, an Inhabitant of Barton ftreet, mowed an Acre of Grafs in Sun-Meadow, near this City, on his Knees, for a Wager of Two Guineas. He was allow'd 12 Hours to do it in, but did it in feven ; which was efteem'd a very extraordinary Performance. SCOTLAND. Edinburgh, July 10. Yefterday One Dickfon was by Sentence of a Court Martial, executed in the Grafs Market : He had been a private Centinel in Colonel Lee's Regiment, and deferted {to the Rebels, was one of their Huffars, and remarkably active in inviegliflg others to join in the Rebellion. Yefterday a Committee of all the Bufgefles of this City met, and named a Sub-committee to examine into the Defects of the Sett of the City with regard to the Magillraies and Counfellors, in order to apply for a Rectification. We are inform'd, that a Detachment of Gen. Hamilton's Dragoons, having received information of fome Pebels that were lurkuig about the Braes of Angus, march'd from Dundee, and required them to furrender, which they refufing the Dragoons fired upon them, and killed Mr. Cameron of Kinlochleven, with fome others, and took nine Prifoners, whom they brought in and fecured in the Jail of Dundee. By a Letter from an Officer at Fort Auguftus,of the 29th of June, there is Advice, that upon an Information, that fome of the Heads of the Rebels were in a Wood near Garvamuir, a Detachment was fent in queft of them ,� but the Rebels having Intelligence of it, had juft Time enough to make off, that the Party fent after tbem fired upon their Rear, and wounded one Man, but a River being between them they eould not get up with them : That they however burnt the Hurt, in which they lodged, which was a Curiofity, being of Wicker-wood, had eleven different Apartments wkh a Fire-place in each of them : There was left upon a Table, a Lemon cut through with fome Bottles of different kinds of Liquors, a Fowling-piece, and fume Other Triftes.   Lochiel with his Followers was fuppofed to be among them.-�Old Lord Lovat drinks hard, and eats little.-Macniel of Barra, with 40 more, are fent ta Invernefs.--It is thought, that the Army won't march South for thefe three Weeks.--Parties are every Day I? bo Ok �-t W < AD V E RTISE MENTS arc taken in tor this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffii-House, in Lombard-Street. Cape Breton for Ever.. ^   .   

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