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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 8, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. N ITM B. 3677. 4* V Deal, Augtift 6. jAME down his Majefty's Ship Syren, Panther Arm'd Vefftl, Dreadnought, Privateer; with the Friend&ip, Greenfted; and Or-fprd, Tu/nerj from Shoreham ; Three Brothers, Hebbedea ; and Schiedam Merchant, Polgate, for Portfrobuth; and remain with the Outward-bound Ships, as in mrmTT~ Bty ^aft- his Majeity's Ship Sqdkrrel to the Weftwari. Juft amved the Halle)r and Sottle, Howard, from Chefter ; and Exeter, Venis, from Naples. Wind N.byW. u I18 Copenhagen, Aug. 2. The Court has received Advice, that the three Men of War, which departed from this Port fome Months ago for the Mediterranean, were put into Lifbon, and would from thence continue their Voyage, /irft for Algiers, and then for Tunis and Tripoli. Their Bufinefs is, to negociate Treaties of Peace and Commerce with the feveral Regencies of thofe Places, upon the fame Footing that they ftand with the principal Trading Nations m of Europe. Prefents of feveral Sorts are on Board, in or-der to be distributed tr the Deys, ana among the Chief Members of thefe Governments. Vimn'a, July 30. Councils having been held upon the Death of the King of Spain, arid Conferences upon the fame Sabjfft with the Minifters of the Maritime Powers, a Courier was thereupon difpatch'd to the King of Sardinia, and 'the Imperial Generals in Italy. The Orders fent to the latter are, that they fhall keep their Forces united with thofe of the King of Sardinia, in order to oblige-the French and Spaniards to retire out of the Milanefe, and at the fame Time to direft their Operations in fuch Mariner, that the Spaniards may have no Opportunity of retreating i$to the Kingdom of Naples. The Emprefi-Queen haying defired to know Field-Marfhal Kqnigfegg's Opinion on this Subjefi, that General was Yefterdayat Sconbrun, Mrhere he had a long Conference with theiT Imperial Ma-jfcfties aod the Chief Minifters. We wait impatiently for die Arrival of a Courier from London, thaj we may knqw fvhat Effefts the Death of his Caj;hqlic Majefty has produced in the Court of Great Britain. With regard to the H>ifpofitions of- the Empjefs, her Imperial Majefty has fig-jnified, that if this Change may contribute'to' fhe'Re-eiia-folilbraent of Peace, (he fhall be highly p^fed to come- to tan Accommodation with the new TCing of $pain, by tejr bninating the Italian War in fuch Manner as may fecurcto ItbeKing oflhetwb Sicilies tfte peaceable PofFelEon of* his iDominions. The Suteof UpperAuftria have latefy advanced 500,000 Crowns to the Court, and a very conficlerable Sum has been fent away for the Army in Italy. . Berlin, Every Thing is perfectly quiet in Sile- fia. There is no Talk"either of a Camp, or of any Motion of the Trpb.ps, unleTs the King!s Orders for the March of two Regiments of jSorfe out of the Principalities of Ligriitz and scWeipnitz into the Ujpper Sileiia, for the Cohveniency of forage, which they much wanted, may be conftrued asfhch. Jfn a "Vyord, the Public may be, af-fured, that fhereis not; t;he Ieaft Difppfuipn njaklng, which could give a Shadow of Foundation'\q certain Reports, fufficieiuly contemptible, which the ^lal^nity of idle Perv-fans has propagated in Forpigh Countries. General Bernes is expeQed from Vienpaa$out the 'Tims that the KinjfWs %d for his Return Olit'of Silefia. .' Cbamberri, Jul�i6~. I*he Tjleath of the. King of Spain has difconcer(|ed the Projeft of a Ju'ndtlqh' between' the French in Dauphihyaiidth'e^paniards'i'n thisDutchy, and Orders are-come, for them to remain where they are 121 frefli Inftru&ions' arrive.1 The Defign of this Junction was to invade the Ptedmonteze Bomrmons by the Way of Exiles. It is reported that the $tates General have fent a Mef-fcgetothe Court of France, which 15 Vr^ly agreeable to the Ihtercft ofthe Allies. ' *. ' ^ " 1 There is Advice'that the Rb.6bttqV>�4 ]%^CY Me-.n $f War, was arrived from Ijffrra''at"yortmaKdhe^ l^'vitfg Money on board for the payment ^ Ga%i|bn. " Yefterday Morning tfcteir Royal' HiglnefEs "the Prince and Princcis of.Walesbrei^fafted kt'ffis 6race the Ar eifoop of Canterbury's Palace at Larnbethy and after fl. t jng there fornehme with his Grajce'^&eV went to &ac1c-heath, where they dined, 'and' intheEVen"�^ return'^ fo Leicefter Houfe."'r ' " ' ' - Yefterday Admiral Anfon fet out for Fortfmoutb, in br-der to hoift his Flag, ana tike upon"-him the Command of the Squadron for CharjAel Service. FRIDAY, August 8, 1746. They write from Genoa, .that upon receiving the News of the'King of Spain's Death, two great Councils 'were' held, to confider whether the Republick fhould wail; 'till (he know the Sentiments of the prefent King of Spain, or' immediately provide for her own Intereft and Security. The former Opinion prevail'd; fo that this State ftiil rehes upon the Treaties fhe entered into two Years ago with the Houfe of Bourbon, by which Corfica, the Marquifate of Final, and all her other Poffefiions were guaranteed to her by the Three Crowns.' From Venice they tell us, that the Death ef the King of Spain has caufed no fenfible Effect in that Republick, which refolves ftill to continue in the Obfervation of an exacl Neutrality 'between the Powers at War, riot, being bound to take Part on either Side by any Treaty. Letters from Namur fays, that �ooo Dutch, who encamp between Tongres and Maeftricht, are expefted to join the Army ; and that another frefh Body o( ?ooo, partly Dutch and partly Englifh, are alfoexpefted t;here in afhortTime, with a good Train o� Artillery. We have an Account from IKIunich', that the Court of Bavaria has communicated the Subfidy Treaty with the Maritime Powers, to t;he King of Pruffia, apd that the laft Orders have been chTpatched for the March of the Troops agreed for by that Treaty. The Eleftor of Mentz has taken Poffeffion of the Free Lordfhip of Pafperg, lately held by the'Bifhop of Bamberg and Wurtzburg, which he claims of Right, independently of the..�teftitfn to thofe Bifhopricks. There were fomeYears agba very long" Contejl about this fmall Dominion, which the Emperor Charles VI.beftow'd upon the late Bifhop, then only Count of Schonbrun. Letter from Port/mouth, Augu.fl 6. ' This Morning failed Admiral Leftock in the Princeffa, with all the Trahfports, Eaft-Indi^men, &c. Sailed from Spith.eadthe Invernefs Man of'War, Capt. Legg, with all th? Trade bouqd'fqr Plymouth. Sailed out of the 'Harbour for Spithead the Hector, Capt. Stanhope. The following Ships of War are at Spithead, Confternation, nat having the Ieaft legal Authority or Procefe againit her, nqtwithftanding wnich he witii an Accorhpfici^ 'extorted Haifa"
eQr'ieflfibfy fce|�" w^l * drive them' t^make*? nV^ng^h'di ^^rinft our Sugar Co-� lqhies 'arf4.'b^V"fn^; ualefs^w/e have a fuperior Squadron � in the 'Leeward. IhaSids", and"proper Convoys fofVqur , Trade.' ' ' � '' ''�'��' ;'' "' " : 1 To this Letter are annex'd fome judicious Hints with regard to Martinique, wjiich fhall be inferted another Pj^por-timhy. ~ �*"' � - - - , ...... H I? w < fD AD V ERTISE MEN TS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Cqffie-Housb, in Lombard-Street. Cape Breton for Ever. ~
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