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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 21, 1846, London, Middlesex                                NffM*. 36S& ''^H't) It S.,D A Y, %iij�ulx M�-'r'%4f. AtL'DJaft ^taraffirifc ithem Veiy--feVereljr, dpcciatly the Child, who is, extremely, bad from the Hurt he sot in the Fafrj- his ^ivedu-fts;j M^e^y's Ship Rofe,, and iEtqa FJrefhip^ with about zpSaU efCoafters, from Portf-mouth J.'kna all failed, for arid the Ritfer j arid his 1yJ$$ 1- Slp'op thsTSw$U, fremPljani Put %ek, Yeft,eijday after Peihhe, >l ttt � Uotfofk',J$a*jclcpckt' ifor Inijlia ^ Thomas and Annei iHyde; Jflrhh, and Elizabeth, Wills 3 Three Brothers, Phippard ; and LjttCeCfovm, Brains, for Pool; Frienffl^^faWas, forB^tf j'^-lt&e'-Widffi&e^ HoJJis, for PlynWiuth^ rg^'^rith 'the. Granada Bomb, the Panther, anil 'dutward-bourid. Came xlowtj Sufannah, Linthorhe, for South (^elifiaj Phoenix, Clark; for Nevis.' WtridS.W.. / Falmouth, 4$g. lf^lftrrivedEffis^t'rancis, frdmBen-zance, for London.  Wind N.N.W.' Pool, Aug. 18. Caihe in the Bragon, Gleed, from. Alderney.' . Southampton, Aug. f $. Arrived die' tumble Servant of Ionian, De'Veal, {fern Plymouth.*rt^Sailed" New Recovery, Endeavour, and'the' Tohtt.aiidldnc, for Newcaftte; yindS.W.        '   �  .    �' Weymouth, Aug. \%.  The 16th arrived the Portland; M this Place, Rtiffel, from Virginia.   Arrived the Consent, Hickman, frbffl Wales.  Wind W.S.W. ^^(SoSchnian k Bound over to .the jiext General Sef-fipjijf at HickVHall, th ere to anTwer this g^t Gfienceci-T�e Fa& was tofataufted on Monday Evening near Crsa- turn to the Army.;: ikordin$*a2&e Advices wehavi Rti.fa�m�lt of Englifl. rf�r *< cacta** loHooBftw, wUh* 1� (oeajomi Swards the next Day for the Array; at which,- it ii Staking the Part of the Diftrefsld, on afl^Occafions,: Se/wfl! Srfvethe ah or        next Mb$. 1 Villaihs to Punifiimerir, that fo much Mifchief is conftantly attempted, and often perpetrated by them. ^ From the BOSTON GAZETTE, June 15.'     : A Proclamation by his Excellency William Shirley,' �ffi. Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over his MajeJIfs Province of the tygackufei't Bay in New England. from The York, Saunders, from Briffol, is arrived at Virginia. The Robert, -from Virginia, at LeVerpooI.  The Sally Snow, 'Clark, from New York, in thq Powna, Naples, Aug. %. The Duke of Sora fet out on Thurfr day on hoard a Galliot for Genoa, from whence he is to proceed apoaan Extraordinary Ambaffy to Madrid. The Court has appointed t8,coo Ducats-for the Expence of his CcmmifEon, and the Treafurers have at the fhmeTime ordered a Remittance of 6000 Dacats for his M^jefty's Ordinary A mbaffador in Spain.   - Peterfeurgh, Aug. i. TJte laft Train oif Artijlery, de-, ftin'd for the Troops',winch the feinprefs is an^mbliog in| Livpuia, fet putla^f^barnhejjce focliiM, .anct agrea| 'Quantity of Gabions are �nt for the life of the lame1 .Troops, wJuch'amo^ia^ according tp -an' exaclLii that has been dfawn up.' to more than ioo,ooo Men.   Baron: de Neuhau% She* Bavarian Miruflier, is preparing to depart immediately upon hjs Return to Munich. ' Vienna, Jug. i� Gtwttti Beroes fets out this Evening, without any TartKer I)elay, for Berlin.  The Inftruc^ions given to this Mihiflfer \vith re|ar ^ order, thiat a Ntnhber^f Troops, nnder the Com-    eat Britain fbr Lotiiibburg, ^vit fufficient Convoy of'MenW War, and with them a great Part of his Majefty's Troops, now in Garrifon at Louifbourg, arid alfo with fuch-Trobps as *fhaTl beievifed fcfr that Parpofe in his Majefty's Colonies of North America, to attempt the immediate Reduction of Cahada} and has fignified fes Royal Pfeaftrre to me; as alfo to the Governors of theife-Veral Ptbvinces and Coldiries of Virgthia, Maryland; Pen--filvania; New Jetfey; New York, Connecticut, Rhode Ifland; and New piampmire, by Letters difpatch'd from his Grace the Duke of Newcaftle, that the neceffary Bif- ^1 w Hague, Aug. z$. The Affembly of Mmrfters, propo "fomc ,hayePlaids on, others in Waiftcoatsand Sonnets, and on the whole make a moft defpieabJe in the'City of Breda, is refolved dn.   The Mamuis de Pu4 fisux will be prefentfbon after, ^ve'Earl of Saiidwich.  Bu the Conferences wiU'sot.be openM till afier the Return 0 two Couriers, one from Vienna and eh* ptierftom Turing to know if theliHentionOf thofe eoort?%thafBaron M . ..    .      , ft . Reifchach and Count de ChavanneV thiSr Minlfters, flialH braltar, and the P^ntationSi from the 2S.th_� J�ne to the u� v �w'n-x/f' j- /^mi-j l i^thjjf December 174c, both Daysinclunve Four of the Chiefs are at the Home of Mr. Vincent, in St. Martin's-lane. Yefterday fix Months off Reckonings was ifijied out at the1 Pay-'Office, Whitehally to his Majefty's Cuards, Gar1-rifonsr and Lan4 Forces in Great Britain, Minorca, Gi- be prefent at'iheja. Cojunitde Wa^riae^aed M-d� Gille will be prefent from Barb, in 0^1i^".of M&tfters from the States General, in order toemploy the-good Ofices of their High-Mightineffes^to brmg Affairs-to a Sufpenfwn of Arnu, and "the hojdjpg pf a Congrefs in Form, either at �S the Hague, or perhaps at Utrecht-Utrecht Gazette V Leghorn, Aug. 6; The ErigtiOx Men of War continue to cruife upon the. Coaft of Genoa, and to carry off all the Veffels laden with Provifions for that Country. The if| Inftant fome Perftirfs- arrived frcfrii *Boiogna at the Poft-houfe at Campagna, among which WeVe^faid to be the In fantpoii Philip, and the Duke of J^djfaa,; upon whichj the Goverrrment fent aXjentleman of Diftinction to compliment them : Bu;t he was told,.thar*h� Report was with Foundation, and the next Day thefe Strangers conti *ued their Journey in four Calaffaes -for Genoa, where they I Buckinghamlhire "Their Graces the Duke and Dutchefs of Montague,- are gqne to, their Seat at Tharaes-Dittdri, in the County of Surry,' for the remainder of the Summer. His Excellency the Earl of Holdernefs, Ambaflador to the Republick of Venice, is arrived in Holland, where, he will ftay a feort time, and then embark for England. We hear, that the Subfcribers to the Surry and Heft;, fbrdfture Affociatiobs, are refolved to apply a Part, or the wholes of the Money unexpended, for the Relief of the poor Sufferers by the Death of Cattle, in the late Contagious Diftemper. Yefterday Morning early the Corpus, of Mr. William Cleaver, fen. an1 eminent Wine Merchant, who died ori Monday, was carried out of Town, to be interr'd in the faid Expedition And whereas the Great arid General Court of this Province have; with the utmbit Chearfulnefs and Unahimlty, voted to give all nfeceffary an^l proper1 Encouragement for 3006 Volunteers, that ffiall enlift intilj his Majefty's laid, Commands:        - ' �           � v InQheiience ifarefire to his iMajefljs faii Comnjf^dM k I have thought fit, with the Advice of his Majefty** Council, toiffue this Proclamation; in order to make known his Majefty's gracious Intentions and Declarations for the Encouragement of all able bodied effective Men; that^are incliji'd to ihlift themfel^es into his Service; in the faid Expedition; together with the foither Encouragement which' is offered by the Government, viz. that the faid Volunteers will be under fdeh Officers as I mail appoint { that they will be immediately intitled to his Mejefty's Pay^ the Officers from the Tiirie they ftiall engage in his Majefty's Service, and the Soldiers from the respective Days �Offtlifcith^tliW'^aU^afltfted j'aiid if PrpyiBon cannot be made of Arms and Cleathlhg for them, by reafon of the Shortnefs of the Time* a reasonable Allowance will be made them in Money for the feme \ that they fhall be intitled t^ Share^^feBoQ& '"'EneSiy","aricTmatl be lent^&^oThelfieveral Habitations when this Servhre^hall be oter; unlefs any of them fhall deflre to fettle elfewhere. And for the further Encouragement of all Volunteers C1^ who fhall engage ,in this Service; it is provided that they fhall receive 30 1. in Bills of Credit of the old Tenor, as a Bounty ; as alfo for each Matt A good Blanket, and a Bed fbr every two Men ; the faid Bounty to be paid upon their Enliftmerit^ and the Blankets and Beds at the Time of their Embarkation, cr proceeding On the faid Expedition ; arid that all fuch Voliinteers as fhall proceed on this Expedition-; fhail-be exempted from all Impreffes for two Years after their Return. Given at the Council Chamber at Bofton, June z, 1746. WILLIAM SHIRLEY. embarked on board' h_Felucea. We are 'ririce told,' that ic w� M.. Mireppix, with fome oti\ec ,Fr;epCh Officers." A> great many other Pedans, with Baggagej'-have pafs'd thro^ our Neighbourhood^ as'well as Luci*, in their Way to Gel Yefterday one of the Chelfea Coiachmen was brought before Sir Tho. De Veil, for willfully and maliciou^l affaulting and overturning twta Gentlemenj, with a C&ihf of rtive Years of Age, rn a One Hbrfe Chair on the K-ing's Highway, tp' the great Hazard -'(rf their Livei, Newcdfife- Jag7 t"6". We "Eeaf fronT C^rTUIe,: (hat* on Wednefday laft arrived there the Rebels, from Edinburgh, under the Care of Part of Colorfd-L&*r R^gimeqr, to take thdr Trials. . Andthati at the A^zes there, Vakrijfoe C^rkejand-his [.Son were condemn'dto behang'dfor-Shpp-te  r, OnThujfday Se'nm^^Ol^BpifJfe^ye&tfew^ ; *v, The Beginning^this-^e^rjlanld^^^ Igpons mareh'd henc� lot YotWhire* A D V E RT IS E M E N T S are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffbe-Hqvse, in Lombard-Streits v Cape Breton for Ever,   

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