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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 22, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. TUESDAY,   July 22,   1746. Deal, July 20. A ME down Ytfterdif Afternoon the Granada Bomb ; the True Friend, btills, For Plymouth ; and remain with the Outward-bound, as in my laft.   Wind S.W. Grave/end, July 20. Pafs'd by the William, Manby ; and Peacock, Bell, from Gottenburg; Lady Margaret.Rofe, from Mid-dleburgh; and Providence, Burn, from Gottenburg. Pool, July 19.  Sailed the Elizabeth, Mills; Anne and Mary, Bottley j Wflliara and Thomas, Lander ; Endeavour, Henning; and William and Mary, Linthorne, to .  wait Convoy at Spithead, for London. ^     Coves, July 19.   The 16th came in the Refolution, >  Sayers, for London; and -, Ballet, for Jerfey.   The 17th 0 the Elizabeth, Turner, for London; and failed with the Refolution.   The 18th failed the Succefs.   The 19th arrived the Caherine, Thomafon, from Norway.  Juit now came in the Aurora, Pikeraan, for London , and V lizabeth, Glegg, from London, for Leverpool.  Wind S.W. Portjmouth, July 20. Yeflerday came to Spithead the following Men ofWar, viz. the Yarmouth, Cape. Martin ; the Captain, Capt, Fox ; Lyon, Capt. Brett; the iEtna Fire/hip, Capt. Marfhal. Alfo the Squirrel. Capt. Douglas, from a Cruize. Sailed out of the Harbour the York, Capt. Summary ; and Haftings, Capt. Stewart. Came into Harbour a finall French Privateer, taken by u & 8 o the Weazlc Sloop. The Ranfeer, Johnfon ; William and Anne, Wratten ; and Little George, Lindin, from London, are arrived at St. Kites. The Charming Catherine, Perkins, from New-England, at Nevis. The William and Jane, Hawkins,' from Barbadoes, at Falmouth. The St.Domingo, DeCofta, from Oporto, at Plymouth. Rome, July 9 On Sunday Jaft a Courier arrived here from Genoa, which, without flopping or delivering out any Difpatches, continued his Route for Naples. This makes it conjectured, that he L fent upon Bufmefs of the utmoft Importance. We hear from Pifa, that the Troops of the Emperor, Grand Duke of Tulcany, have not yet made any Motion. Ptterfiurgb, June 8. Count Rutla-Gregoriewitz de Ra-fumofci, actual Chamberlain to the Emprcis, and Knight of" the urder of St. Andrew, hiving been nominated by her Imperial Majefty Prefidentof die Academy of Sciences, took PofTeffion of the long vacant Chair on the 2zd Inft. all the Members and PiofeiTors of the Academy being prefent on that Occafion. He pronounced an eloquent Oration, which was anfwered by M. Schumacher, the Librarian, in the Name of the whole Afiembly. M. Fre-diacoffski, ProfefTor of Eloquence* addrefs'd to him Afterwards a Compliment of Felicitation, in the Ruffian Language. The Preftdent then vifited the feveral ApVtments of the Academy, and thsnext Day came again to fee the Imperial Library, the Obfarvatory, and the Gymnufium, and exprefs'd his Satisfaction with the Order and Me.hod that was preferved in them all. Damzitk, July 9. Count de Vitzthum is pafs'd by here in his Way to the Court of Peter/burgh, as Mimiler-Pieni-tentiary from the Electorate of Saxony. We have heard 1 nothing yet of the Departure of the Ruffian Fleet ; nor is 1 any Thing farther known concerning the Deftinadon of the Ruffian Troops in Livonia, which have ib lon^ given Umb rage to certain Courts. Munich, July 14. We have nothing frelh to fay, concerning the Treaties that have been thefe lour Months upon trie Carpet. That Affair gives Place to one that is of morelmportance here, and upon which Count de GtrfdoriF arrived here on the 1 lit lnftant from Drefcen. The Bufinefs of this M^n.fter, in fhort, is, to conclude the doable Marine between our Elector and Alary Antic Electoral rVinc'ls of Saxony, and between the Prince Royal of Saxony and the el dell Prinafs of Bavaria. Berlin, Ju/y icj. The King has rrfolved to make a ftort Jourr.ey to S.lefia, where lie propofes to ftay a Month �r fix Week'. Tho' frefh Difpatches have arrived from Loimt Podewils, we know nothing more of their Contents ihan that he ha; made Lme Prop fition to the Court of \ienna, for an Anlwer to which, he mult wait the Reurn '�f a Courier that has been dilpaich'd fjr London. d>t, July 2i. Several Members belonging to the �t the Auilr.an Government in the LowtJoun-rrived h.re from Aixla-Chappelle, as is all j r.fcot, Refiden; from the States-General.   We College tries, *~nr m. de Ki have been employed this Fortnight paff, in^inaking Preparations for the Allied Army, which is immediately to-take Poft apon the Maefe. According to the laft Letters from Namur, the French h^re fent a Reinforcement of fame Battalions and Squadrons to the Body of Troops they have upon the Sambre. Genoa, July 10. The Government has got anew Loan of 100,000 Crufades from St. George's Bank, in order to fupport the Expences of the War. Thefe Expences within a Year and a half pail, amount to near 10 Millions of Crowns, not including what the Inhabitants were obliged to furmfh the Spaniards with, during their Abode upon the Territories of this Republic. LONDON. Letters from Liege fay, that the Allied Army demands of that Bifhoprick (in which it now is) 300,000 Rations, which occafions a great Demur, and that a great many of the principal Inhabitants of Namur, with their Eflfects, repair thither for Fear of afudden Siege. They write from Cologne, that 600 Imperial Recruits from Bohemia, palled through there on the zift Inll. ef-corted by a Company of Vivari's Regiment, and that they had with them fome Pandour Deferters belonging to Coi. Treuck's Regiment. We are allured from Paris, it is now faid there, the King's Prefence is not fo neceffary in the Army as it is in the Cabinet, efpecially fince the Arrival of ,M. Noailles from Madrid, and M. Gilles from the Hague'; upon the whole, that Conferences were ntever more frequent than at prefent, nor was the Hurry and Agitations- of the Minifters ever greater. It is farther faid from the faid Place, that a Pruf-han Envoy is arrived there, who has been feveral T$jpes at Court, but his Bufinefs is not yet known; and that M. de Maenfis is going Ambaffidor to the Court of Saxony, being co Itay fome Time at Berlin before he repairs to Dref-den. There are Letters from Antwerp, which mention a fmart Action 10 have happened near Ghent, between a large Detachment of French and another of J.uftrians, which is faid to be greatly to the Difadvantage of the former, who had 2000 Men killed, and 8 or 900 taken Prifoners.- But this Piece of News feems to want Confirmation. M. Vafl Hoey, in return for his Complaifance to the French Miniitry, has demanded a Relaxation for-his own Countrymen, with- regard to the Cuftoms they were liable to pay by the 3 ift of December laft.-Nothing4s faid 0/ the Anfwer he received. Letter from Brijlol, dated July \ 9. * We have this Day Advice, that the Indian, Tillidge, ' is arrived at Beifiit, from Oporto ; and the Collton, -, ' from Bofton, is arrived here j thefe were both miffing ' Ships.-�-i have the Plealure alfo to acquaint you that * there a e arrived here the following, viz.  the Hope, * Evans ; and Graciou?, Doubt, frum Barbadoes;  the * Dutchifs of Queenfbarough, M'Neal ; and the Fame, ' Leigh, fron> Antigua ; Oxford, Rees : and Seahorfe, * Pool, from St. Kirts.   And at Combe the Marthajones, * from St. Kitts.-They failed from the Leeward 4^nds 4 on the 28U1 of May, under Convoy of the Dorfetihire, ' ani~Argyle Men of War, and were in all about 140 ' Sail, 70 of which were bound for England, and the reft ' to the Northward.-They left the Fleet well five or fix * Days ay,o off Cape Clear ; where they fell in with the ' Mercury Mm of War, who told them there were feven * Engli.h Men of War cruizing off the Cape.-There are � 10 Privateers out from Martinico, who have taken a ' great many Northward bhips.' There are fome Letters in Town which mention, that that Part of the above Fleet, bound up Cnannel, were off the Start ; it is therefore fuppo'd that this Day there will be an Accouncof cheir being in the Downs. The Anne, Pain, from Mdford, (ialt from Plymouth) is brought into Lyme by fome Bridport Men, after the Commander and Crew had left her, having firft cut her Cable ani Running-Rigghig. This Diy the Rebels lately convicted will receive Scn-<. tence, at the Court-Houfe on Sr. Margarec's Hill. Yeiterday Mr. JulLce Dennifop, and Mr. Baron Clarke fet out for LancarLr, the Affizes being to b?gin there on the }oh Inihnt. Yefteriiy was ifijed out, at the Pay-Office, Whitehall, r 81 Days Pay t j the General and Staff Officers of his Ma-jeity's Land Forces in Great Britain, Flanders, Minorca, Gibraltar, and the Plantations; with the Pay of the Gar-rifons in Great Britain, and their Allowance f* Fire and Candle, from the z$th of December 1745, 19 24tn �^ Jane 1746, both Days inclufive Laft Sunday died the Lady Pettus, Relict of Sir Horatio Pettus, Bare, late of Rackheath in the County of Nox^ folk. is o W   Damage, the Workmen being gone to Breakfafl. On Thuriiday the 7th of Auguft next, according to the Annual Cuftom, will be Shot for at Harrow on tne Hill, the Silver Arrow % by the-Boys on that Foundation. Yeilerday Thomas Huddle", was committed to iNewgate, by Sir Thomas De Veil, fjr felojuoufly returning from. Tranfportation, before the Exportation of his Time. Laft Week there was a terrible Battle fought by the little ? Imvineible Game Cock of Covent-Gurden againft the New-^--port-Market Butcher's Bull-dog, the St. Clements Danes Lyon's Wheipt% and tae York-Buildings Jachall, the Uttie Cock won for all the nobie Di turbance they continue to make for their Lofs of their Independency. Newcajlle, July ij. They write from Dundee, that a Skirmifh happened lately between a Party of Hamilton's Dragoons, and a Party of the Rebel-, at fome Diftance from that Town , in which Mr. Cameron of Shirkluchleven arid feveral other Kebeli, were ki.Td, and nine of them, were brought Prifoners to Oun jee, by ti.e Dragoons. Sir Will am MiUJleton, Bart, who has attended the Duke of Cumberland ever fince he went into Scotland, arrived Yefterd y at his Country Seat fome Miles from thi-s Town; and 'tis now again reported, that the Djke of Cumberland, will arrive here in a few Days, io his Way to London. Beccles, July 16, We have enter'd here for the Hunters Plat.; 1. Mr. Tipple's Bay Gelding, Thumper. 2. Mr. Negus's Bay Mare, SweeteJ} -when NAed. 3. Mr. B.ndy's Bay Gelding, Win can tell. 4. Mr. Meen's Brown Mare, To be fold. The town Plate. 1. Mr. Sehuldham's Grey Mare, No Cheat. 2. Mr. Haynes's Black Mare, Gipfey. 3. Mr. Grevil's Grey Horfe, Crab. SCOTLAND. EdMu^, July 14. By the Bill now depending for the more effectual difarming the Highlands, it is provided, That the Prohibition lhall not extend to fuch Perfons whom his Majefty. by Licence under his Sign Manual, fhall permit to wear Arms, or who (hall be permitted by Perfons authorifed by his Majelly to give fuch Licence The Caufe relating to the Prohibition of the Highland Habit runs thus : No Perfon within that Part of the Kingdom cf Great Britain called Scotland, other than fuch at (hall be employed as,Officers and Soldiers m his Ma-jelly's Forces, mall, on any Pretence whatfoever, wear or put on the Cloaths commonly called Highland Cloaths, tnat is to fay, the belted Plaid. Trowfe, Shoulder-belt, or any Part whatfoever of what peculiarly belong; to the Highland Garb, under the Penalty of, &c. That Part of the Shire of Dunbarton is to be difarnrd which lies upon the Eaft, Weft and North,Sides of Loch-lomond, to the Northward of that Point where the Water of Leven runs from Loch-lomond. It is faid his Royal Highaefs the Duke will foon march from Fort Auguitus.-Mean time we hear, that PulCcney's and Skelton'sRegiments are fet out for this Place, and c.cort Lord Lovat hither, who is carried in a Horfe-litter on account of his old Age and bai Stats of Hearth. It was Ye;!erday reported, that the young Pretender with a few of fr.s Followers, had made their Efcape from the jfie of fjiil, in an Irim VeffeJ, and th i,a Ship of the fame Na. tion had landed feveral of the Rebels at Morlaix in France. General Campbell has fcour\l the Weftern Iflw, a*d u returned from Bara to South Uift. C 5 o -t W A D V E RT IS li M LC NTS are taken in tor this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffe e-House, in Lombard-Strret, Cape Breton for Ever.   

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