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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 23, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. SATURDAY,  August 23,   1746.; j RRIVED Yetterda? after Pofthis Majefty's Ship* Falmouth and Seahdrfe; with the following STiips {tarn Jamaica, viz* the fames Gaily, Piggot; Friendship, Francklin; tie: St. J'ofeph, Wolf; Albaio, Collett; Cajfar, Tatnell j Dragon, Matthew ; the Lancashire Witch, Thompfon ; TownSbend� Felij and Pearihg, Soathell. The Merchant Ships a� foiled fer the River. Remain the "Falmouth,-Seahorfe, Ferret, and Swan Sloop, and Panther Arm'd ship; Norfolk, HahCOck,for India, and the Outward-bound, asirimy laSt. CStrfledown the King George, Colefliare, for Barbadbes. drove/end, Aug. 21. Pafs'd by the HioUghtOfi, Scott, from Carolina ; Sally, Clark, frbm New York ; and Lady Cornelia, Devifet, from Bilbda. Falmouth, Aug, 18.  Arrived laft Saturday the Swajfow, Pettle. from London for Wa4erford. Pool, Aug. 20.  Remain at Brownfcy the Richard and Sarah, Loader, for Newfoundland. C e foi � magnificent as miglitbe expected, becaufe tie City Funds' * arc deficient, and tie Kingdoes trot chute a Show at the � Expence of His People. They write fromValentta, that � the News of the Deaih of Philip V. was received there ' with Joy, and that the Scholars, which make a confide-� rable Body, immediately railed in the Streets a Cry of * Since the French King is dead, it is proper that all the other � French &oul2 he put to tiealb ftievJiJi.   They did, in * raft, begin a Sedition, and excited the Peopte to imitate * them: Some.Blood was fpilt, and 12 Frenchmen, or ' Men taken Ifct French, were dangerouffy wounded. As> 4 there are no Troops in Valentia, we are much afraid thatf * a Sicilian Vefpers, �a Kind of Maffacre] will be acted ' there. We are, aSfured, however, that Orders have-been ' Sent to fupprefs this Tumult, if it lie not too late. ' There was a Rifirig alfo at one of the Gates of Madrid* ' wherein 11.Frenchmen were mortally wounded ; and, if 4 proper Meafures^be not taken ; and the Kingdoes notde* ' clare himfelf the proteQor of Strangers, wc run a greaj . � Rifle of our Lives.' Berlin', Aug. 2, It is faid, that the King, will very fooa make a Tour to Wefel, and that Orders are given to affem-ble near Cleves all the Troops that are qaarter'd thereaj. bouts. People have remarked, that fince the Arrival of a Courier from Vienna, the Marquis de Valori has been- inj-vited to a Conference,,at. the End of which he difpatchea an.Exprefs Eo Verfailles. Cipenhagen, Aug. 20. M. de la Luke, Gentleman of the Chamber, has been appointed Chamberlain. The Body of the .deceafed King will be removed on the 3d of ne^t MonthiEom Hirfcholm into this Capital; where it will fcir fome Time be publjckly expofed in State. The City begins to fwarm withVNobiljty, who come from all Parts to pay their Duties to their Majeflies, and aS&t at the Funeral Solemnity. . Dnfdtn^ Aug. 22. We. are aflured, that Count de Ly-nar is nominated by "his Majefty to go into Holland the Beginning cf September in order to -afllltat the Conferences that are to be held with z\Vtevr to a general Peace. AH the Repdrts that have been fpread of theaftual March if the Ruffian Troops, and their Entrance into Poland, was. premature, and founded only, on the Paffage of Tome Regiments from Ukrain crofs a Corner of-the Kingdom. Liege, Aug. 23. Yefterday about12000 French Dragoons and Huf&rs arrived here, and foon after went and encanp. ed at Giles, which is only a Quarter of a League from this City. They made a Detachment of 300 Horfe, who flopped upon the Maefe 8 Boats laderi with Frovifiont and Forage, that were bound for Maeftricht. We are tok, they will be immediately reinfoiJced by. 1000 more. A large Corps of the fame Troop have taken Poileffioa of Huy, where they found too Carnages laden with Provi-. fibns for the AUied Army. They alfoteok 10 Boats going from hence to Huy, with Bread, Corn, &c. for the Ufe of the Allies.  We now hear a Firing in our Neigh-_____________ bourhood, but cannot tell upon what Occafion. ^iXaM^Jka^tohceJix-Jiiet finmitei* H*gue, Aug. 28. Lord Sandwich, who has received the ^ture", a'ndpartlcalarly1 %r alitHe #S!r^ Vifits of all the Foreign Minifters, was Yeflei day in Conference with the Refident of their High Mightineffes ' ^Letters from Ponfinouth tJatf*-Ae- 2t^^f',rtian^;'*v' Wind being at S.E. the Fleet was again- unmoor'd an  fatisfyi ^ut we are afftired, that'' Prinee Char]ea has feat a large Detachment to dittodge him. Hague, Aug. 30. Count de Rofenberg, Miniiler from the Emprefs Queeh, has received a Courier from Vienna, bound for England. This Meffenger relates, that as he? came by Wurtzburgh, where he left fome Dispatches with(J the Imperial Minister, it was reported that another Action; had happened in Italy the 17th fnStant, to the great D(f-| advantage of the Army of the Three Crowns who favedl only 8000 Men ; and that the Imperial and Piedmbntete^ Army had enter'd Opdn the State of Genoa. But this isi given, at Hearfaybnly, which muft ila�d or fall by tne? next Advices. Letters from the AHied Army in Brabant| of the 25th fay, that it continue? in;the Same PoSftiotjj' that a Body of 600 French Jiad attempted on the 24th to'  dyiodge Couot Mo^&.tmm,a .Pott, near Ramilljes,;. butf rAat the latter,, who had only 100Foot and a DetAcIunenri of HuS&ps^ received them fo well, that moSi of them w^ref left oatbe'Spot, alM.thfe reft were faved by retreating in-: to a neighbourib^ Wo6o\ Accord1%'fe ."ttje-'-fefla^^- Ad4 vices, Counts L6we6d^l>l h entrenqhihg atHiiXi 4�| m thel other Pcfks ht has got along theMaefe, and ^ con,t.Thua5ly{ 1 fending out Partie*,7 in order to intercept the Convoys,J bufthat ho Trico"^S!Tenge3 yet fete in. thp Allied Armyi where all Sorts t^lWmOri abound. It' is-added,; that th^ dpinion is, fh,at3C|fufltLbwfcndahl will nbt remain long, ir| PoffeSfion ofHiiy, andBanls'bfthe MaCfe, 5 it < 1' ly for all tHofe engaging goc Ities which'constitute the fupreme Happlaeis of the mar-h tied State. This Week the Lady of the Rev. Dr. Ayfcough, Preceptor to his Royal Highnefs the Prince of Waks's Children, was Safely deliver'd of a Son. ^erdaf dTefTofl* TevetV^lSTfolr^rKSnfiir^onv" ^ lanej Sir Abraham Shard, Knt.--very rich. Oft ThhrSday laft died of a Cancer^ Mrs. Swallow; Wife. O of Mr. Swallow, an eminent Liimen-Braper mKing-ftreet, ^ WeStminfferi ^ anWednbfdgy died, at his Houfe in CoH^ Bath Fields,- w, Clerkeh'wfell, Thomas Robe, Efqj many Vcars iii thd S3 Commission of tne Peate for the County of Wd&tfex. A fetf Days fince died Mr. Bellamy Banjrer; lake a Holier in St. Paul's Church-yard; and Brother to the Ret. Dr. Bariyer. On Thurfda-y Night died Suddenly; a ^t^Qambrldge; Mr; Brinkley,'of'St^!* Johlri's-Collegfe Cambtidge, was Tried for the Murder of Mr.Afbton, a young Gentleman of the fame College, add acquitted by the Jury; without gefhgootbf Court. "YeSterday a Wartatit of Diftrefs wa�_granted by Slf "Thomas De Veil, agahift John Lticas; a Weaver in Cab-' Bldge-Cotort,  near Bethlem-Green, for detaining the . Arms ,aod Acccrutefments of one of his Majefty's Foot ' Gtfar^i'. uprjh Pretence of a Debt; contrary te the Form of the Stathtein that Cafe made and provided;, by whieH the 'Talc!'Lucas } forfeits Five Pounds', One half to the Com-m'a^det of the Company; and the other to the Informer. Tort,,, Augufi 15. We are informM, that the whole Sum fubferib'd in this Loyal County, amounted tb no leSs than ".3240211. ds. 6d. of which there has been aftually received 3t353 h 14 s. 3 d. fo that the Deficiency falls much Short of what.mighthave beenexpfcltedirt fo large a Sub- ^!td5 LONDON. ' They write from Placeritia, that the Army 6/- the Ttirep Crowns coi�Siffed.oSb'3oi'pC'o Men.befofe the&ttle on,the Tido, but that not one half of that Number jue ^gpt bfit Marquis Bo eta is recrredto Pa via; to recover his HjesdUi .and has lef^hj&C^mjrnand'to'Cbtnt-Brpwn.'       - We have Advice from Paris^ da^&'&e izd. Inftarrt.N.^. that the King of Spain was crowned on the i uh, -accordj-ing to Appointment. ' ' On TuefdayRe^aProclamation will be published; f|r a General-Thankfglving on Thurfday the 9th of Oftoblr jiex^t, for" the Sd^preffing the Rebellion. '   ? On Monday next their Royal Highneffes tbePrinqE ar|d Priricefi of WafeKwill go to, Gliefdea-houfe, for the rp-firatiader of the ^m'trier. avid Murray^ a^^Sh^RDooTi^wM apjre- thended near Whitby, where he went in hopes to Ship him. fetfTo^ "Holland, andls now inThTCsS^s:--------- 7'Thefe^ribwnT:oar CsStle 160 ^erfonsj tb be tried for High Treafon, ift levying War agalnft his Majeftyj and Y f6-detained
                            

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