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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 16, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Adveitifef. Numb. u > Juguji 14. RRFVED Ms'Majefty's Ship the Flamborough, from Plymouth; and remain with the Succefs M�n of War, and the Panther Arm'd-Stoop; the Norfolk, Hancock, for Eaft India; Induftry, Know-ler; Triag Gaily, Dornford ; and Mary, Mercer* for Oporto; the Boulter, Allen, for Ltfbon ; the Neptune, Beatfon, for Gibraltar j Elizabeth, Stevens, for Dublin j Edward and .Mary, Littler, for Leverpool ; Indian Queen, Read, for Antigua. Arrived the Two Brothers, Phippard, for Pool j John and Elizabeth, Wythj and Thomas and Anne, Hyde, for ditto. Put back Pretty Polly, Robins, for Oporto. Wind S.W. Plymouth, Aug. \ z. Since my laft failed the Elizabeth, Augufta, Defiance, and two other Men of War on a Cruise to the Weftward. Came in the portmahone Man of War .. from a Cruise. This Day pafs'd by two Dutch Men of �H War, with feveral Ships under their Convoy, from Suri-nam. ^1 Ctwes, Aug. 13. Yefterday came in the George, Mont-�i pellier, from Dantzick; and the Angel Raphael, Winter, ^ from Arundel. Peter/burgh, July tz. The Knees Bratefeliki is gone to Cronftadty where he Yefterday review'd the whole Fleet, which is to depart immediately for Revel, under the Command of Vice-Admiral Mifchokow, and there exhibit a naval Combat in the Prefence of her Imperial Majefty. But we dare not think either that this Fleet was equipped, crthat 140,000 Men were drawn together in Livonia only to make a Parade ; thefe Armaments have certainly fome Objed more worthy of her Majefty's great Soul, as the Public will very foon be convinced. Leghorn, July 29. We had for fome Time received no Advices frem Cerfica, when all at once came feveral^ Letters with the News that Col. Rivarola's Party is considerably encreafed, which is occafioR'd by the Defeat of the Army of the Three Crowns before Placentia. That Officer is Mafter of Corte, which he has made a Place of Arms, and now blocks up the City of. Baftia by Land with a large Detachment of his Troops, while fome Englifh Men of War block it up by Sea. Admiral Medley is cruizing off Alicant with Part of his Fleet. An Englifh Frigate has carried two Genoefe Veflels laden with Provisions, into Port-Mahon, and almoft at the fame Time two Dutch Prizes arrived there* one of thera a Ship bound from Am-(tordam to MarfeiJleSj and the other a Tranfport laden with Proyiffons for Genoa. Cbamberry, Aug. 4. The Spanilh Intendant-General and Commandants have received Orders from Madrid, in Virtue of which they have requir'd all the Tribunals of the Country to renew to Kipg Ferdinand VI. the Oath of Fidelity which they took to the late King, Philip V. Mantua, July 30. The Letter from the new King of " Spain to the Infant Don Philip, by which his Catholic Majefty. affures his Royal Highnefs of his Difpefition to fupport him till he has obtained a Settlement in Lombwdy, is look'd upon here as merely fictitious, made on Purpofe , to keep up the Spirit of the Soldiery, and impofe on the i Public. r � L c N, D O N. Letters from Paris fay, that the Siege of Charleroi coft the French only 30 Men killed, and 100 wounded. The French and Spanilh Prisoners taken in Italy, and which have paflfedby Vienna i� their Way into Hungary, amotm already o 3400, t8oo of which are Spaniards and; the reft French. Advices from Stockholm fay, that the King of Sweden "again indifpofed} and from Copenhagen, that very great Changes are expecled there in the Syltem of the Court of Denmark. A Body of 4000 French, that were encamped in the Neighbourhood pf. Saar Louis have received Orders td march towards the Low Countries. ; / [ The Levies for Che King of Pruffia's Troop* are continued with all Diligence in the Empire, and no Expence is fpared to make Men enlift in that Service as fpeediiy as pof* The Imperial Train which is upon the Road for the Netherlands, confiifts of 21 Pontoons, and between 20 and 30 Field Pieces.' . Yefterday about 3 o'CIock the Lord Lovat, was brought to the Tower in an open Landau,1 guarded by a Troop of Legonier's Horfe. Lord Lovat has for many Years received a Penfion from Crown, towards his Support. We hate the greatPleafurei not only of confirming our Account inferred Yefterday of the Viftorf in Italy; but>t>f informing the Public, that what we ifcention'd, was far fhort of the Succefs of that important Action. We how can affertj with fame Authority, that there were 10,000 killed and taken in the Field of Battle, wkffiafl their Artillery, Ammanitiori, &c. and that Plaeehtiawas prefently after taken Poffeffion of, with 9000 Prisoners more, and alfo their Artillery, Ammunition, &c. together with all the Magazines, belonging to the French and Spaniards.-It is not to be doubted, but this great Succefs will be made i proper Advantage of againft the French, in the enfuing Treaty; for they certainly are not in the fame Situation they were in fome Time fince, and wouk} rejoice at any Peace.- There/ore let the Lion new fix his Claws on the Fox. Yefterday came Advice, that the Carlifle Privateer,Capt. Owens, has taken and brought into Dover, the La Ville de Roan, bound from thence to Stockholm. There is alfo Advice, that the Les Bous, from Bour-deaux, is taken and fent into Briftol by the Blandford Privateer. ' Alfo, that a Brigantine, from Philadelphia; is re-takeh and fent into Briftol, by the Southwell Privateer. A few Days' fince the Rev. Mr. Clarke, Fellow of Magdalen College in Cambridge, was married to MHs Afh-mok of Hull, a very agreeable Lady, with a Fortune of OnTuefday laft - de Gray, of the County of Norfolk, Efq; was married to Mifs Fiiher, of the County I jof Suffolk, a beautiful young Lady, with a Fortune of ^20,0001. Yefterday died Mr. Sparrow, Mailer of the Sun-Tavern in St. Paul's Church-yard. The fame Day died Mr. Glynn, 3 very eminent and wealthy Oilman, at the Corner of Hatton-Garden, Hol-born. Yefterday died at his Houfe at Eaftham, in Effex, after a tedious Illnefs, John Knapp, Efqj-He has been Bed-rid about fix - Years. It is reported, that Thirty Guineas is given for leave to ere& a Scaffold on Tower-Hill, for Perfons to fee the Execution of the Lords next Monday� but fuch was not allowed at the Execution of Lord Derwentwater, &c. at the laft Execution, Laft Night arrived a Mail from Holland, which will be in bar next. YORK, Auguft 5, 1746. A Lift of the Horfts that Run at Tork 1746. On Monday, Aug. 4. his Majefty's 100 Guineas.. Sir Mar. WyvuTs Black Horfe Primate Mr. Read's Black Horfe Sower-Face Mr. Hartley's Chefnut Horfe Lemon Duke of Cleveland's Bay Horfe Jubd Duke of Ancafier's Chefnut Mare Sweet-lips Mr. Pulleyn's Bay Horfe C TheRev.Mt.'Burgefi; ReadeH^rWarbafglfS?f�r%^ in Dublinj is elected by the Direftors of the Eaft-India Company, Chaplain to their Factory at Bencoolen in the great Spice-Ifland of Sumatra. ^JPUS Wfi^yy^Gi}bert Brown. Servant to Mr. Yates a H^Wfc-manmjieV-R'o^^ been 17 Years employed by Mr. Yatea as a Porter at half a Crown a Week and his Board i *std is only mentioned here as an Inftance how far Sobriety and Honefty, with Diligence, even in the meaheft Callings will advance a Man's Circumftances in the World : He continued an Inhabitant all along of St. Andrew's Parifh, where he ufed to receive Charity, till he was enabled to live without It: He left to the Charit* Children of that Parifh 10 I. To the poor Widows of St.Mark's Parifh C 1. Towards finifting St.Mark's Church 51: To the Chanty School of St, Katherine's 5 I. -Having no Relations here he left 20 1. To a Perfon in England; who he fflppofed hitnfelf related to; awl befiies left feveral fmaU Sums of Money, in Teftimony of his Gratitude, to every Perfon that he thought himfelf in any Meafrre obliged to 1 and appointed his Matter his Execs* tor. On Tuefday the $th, Fifty Pernio Mr. Vavafor's Bay Horfe Cbampiiri Lord Gower's Bay Horfe for/us Mr. Routh's Black Horfe Othello Mr. Turner's Grey Horfe Rik On Wednefday the 6th, Fifty Pounds. Mr. MerridewVBajr Horfe M4rikey Lord Robert Suftcn*s Bay Gelding Volunteer Mr. PulleynVBav Horfe Cafar Mr. Metcalfe's Bay Mare Lady Betty On Thurfday Kit yth, Fifty Pounds, Mr. Hunt's Chefnut Horfe Jigg > Mr. Fletcher's Bay Horfe Cumberland Mr. Martindale's Chef. Horfe Merry-Cupid Mr. Reads Chefnllt Horfe Grimtborfe Mr. Hartley's QiJifnut Horfe Star Sir Marma'doke WyvUlV Brown Horf: Ckip-in-Poitagt ---~ Mr. Croft's Bay Horfe Lbyal ~ Mf. Mufter's Bay Gelding Madman On Friday the$thi Fifty founds. Mr. Hutton's Nutmeg Grey Coljt. Mr. Clarice's Grey Horfe Young Dunkirk Mr. Ana's Chefnut Horfe'Blunderbufs Mr. Elliot's Grey Cok^idor Mr. Nalton's ChWhut Gelding fearnought Mr. Peacock's Chi^ut Horfe Terr6ftf Laft Week'the
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