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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 5, 1846, London, Middlesex                                � R I ft At,    S � Pt� M B � R 5� 174^. lW, September'3, RRIVED the Georcfr Rogers, from Leghorn; William and John, Perry j Nathan^, Hunter { Mary, Roberts; and Elizabeth, Howard, from Lever-pool } the-Betty, Howard, from Cofcliefter. Remain his Majefty's Sloop Difpatch, with the Outward-bound Ships, as in my laft. WindW.byN.^ The Four Friends* Tuke, from Dublin, is arrived at Barbadoes. ,;. The St. George, --, from Virginia, at Leverpool. The Hambden, Gilmorej and William and Agnes, -, from Barbadoes, at Dublin, Vienna, Aug. 28. Their Imperial Majefties arrived^Yef-terday from H ollitfch at Sconbrnn in perfedk Health.; The Fifcal Procurer of the Court for the Empire, is fetout for Italy, Count de Stampa, her Imperial Majefty's Minifter-Plenipotentiary beyond the Alps, will fet out immediately with Inftru&ions relating to the JDutchy of Guafialla, a Fief of the Empire, which*is reverted by the X>eath of the late Duke. Counter Orders have1 been lent with regard to the Troops which eorhpofe Prince Lobkowitz's Corps, which, inftedd of being diminilhed, will be increafed to 39,000 effective Men. , Madrid, Aug. 15. Some Days paft a Courier arrived here from Lilbon, with Difpatches concerning the �Difpo-tion of the Britifh Court to enter into Negociations of Peace with this Crown, thro' the Mediation of his Portuguefe Majefty. The King, thereupon explained himfelf to this Effect; * That he loek'd upon Peace as the greater Ad- * vantage he could procure his Subjects, and therefore all � the Powers with whom he is at War might be atfured, * that he will always lilten with Pleafure to Terms of Ac-' commodation, when they are not contrary to his Digni-4 ty, nor to the Interefts of the Spanifli Ration; that upon * this Principle he will aft towards the Qritifh. Courjt, if be < rinds her really dilpofed to terminate the Differences that * occafion'd the War under the pretending Retgn.  .     I Madud, Jug, 16. When the Kmg^ent theMajquis-de las Minas to take upon him the Command of his Army in Italy, he gave him the neceffary full Powers to conclude a Sufpenfionof Arms with the King of Sardinia* if- he wnd that Prince well-difpofed towards the Re-eftiblifhment of the Public Tranquillity in Italy. His Majefty has affo ordered that General to include the French, Neapolitan and Genoefe Troops in the fame Sufpenfion* in cafe the Gene-.; rals who command them Teem to defire it. Ivjpruck, dug, 7. The Court of Vienna having given Orders, in theMpnth of July laft, for a Reinforcement of 8000 Men, Croats and Warafdins, to be fern into Italy, the firft Column of this Corps are actually croffing the Ty-roleze in their Way to Mantua. Brufels, Sift* 5. 'Tis remark'd in the Letters from M, Saxe's General Quarters, that the Action on the 27th paft was much warper than had been at fit ft given out. Prince Charles having on that Day detach'd 4000 Men to intercept a Convoy coming from Xouvain, M. Saxe, upon receiving Advice of it, fent a large Body to fuftain the Ef-corte. This brought on a very brifk A&ion with the Gen-danverie, during which the Convoy proceeded onH The Detachment of the Allies having gained a Wood, the French could not follow them on Account of a Battery that play'd upon them. The Lofsof the latter is computed at about 800. Kill'd, Wounded and Prifoners. Leghorn, Aug. to. We have here only one Englifh Man of War, haying on board Commodore Townihend, and a Frigate of die feme Nation. All the other Ships are fail'd, one after another, in order, as we are told, to cruize upon the Coafts of Genoa: But we learn, by certain (mail K Craft, which are come in here from Civha Veccfife, that 'theymet them in the Latitude of Porto Ferraro, where, it was believed, jthey were to be joined by five Men of War of the (arac Nation, Bomb-Veffel, and feveral. Transports. The King of Sardinia's, two Gallies continue under M. Townfhend's Commend. Dre/dtn, Aug. 3, The Marquis d'tflars, Ambaflador from France, had Yefterday hishrft Audience of their Ma-lefties, and ail the Royal Family. The Minifters of State* thofe of the Foreign Powers, the Generals, and many other Perfons of Diitinftion, have been this Day to compliment the Elector of Bavaria, upon his happy Arrival, who has taken op his Rcfidsnce with the Baron ds Wejwl, his Minifter here.   <*"" \ -' - X O" TlkCami^iasaa, has ium^tated M, Be'Slz&e, who   will be pardon'd. Yefterday the Court Martial fat at the>,Hfljfc Quards, Whitehall, on the Trial of the Officers who commanded in the Battle of Prefton Pans. His Grace the Duke of Richmond, the Right/Hon. the Earl of Cadogan, General Wade, General Folliot, and General Guife, axe the Perfons appointed to enquire into.the Corjduft of the Officers at nho-Acli0n of Prefton, Pans^. .Vefterday was married at St. Jameses Church,- Luke Spence, Efqj of South Mailing in the County of Suffex, Efqj to Mi6 Frederick, one of the Daughters oktherlate Sir Tho. Frederick, Knt. and immediately after fetout for Wormly Bury, the Seat of Alex. Hume, Efq; ' Mr. William Scafe, InfpeclM bf his Majefty's Works at Portfmouth, is appointed Chief Engineer of the Caftie of Carlifle. 1 Yefterday his Grace.the Duke of Buccleugh fet ont/rom his Hddfe in Grofvenor-fq^are, for his Seat at Haif'Place inBerkfhire.       , , ( A few Days fince died of a lingering Ulnefs, at Much. Hadham in Hertfordfliire, Thomas Stanley, Efqj a Son of the late Dean Stanley. Ori Tuefflay Njght died Mr. Wediinan, Body Coachman to his Majefty. On Wednefday laft died, at his Houfe in Ratcliff Highway, Captain John Small, m the 63d Year of his Age, formerly a Commander in the Weft-India Trade. v- The fame Day two young Fellows who were on board a Smack in Bugby's-Hole, being at play, they both fell over-board, and were drown'd. OnTuefday Night about 7 o'clock as Mr. Sparks* a Carpenter in Tothill-ftreet, Weftminfter, was returning home from Chelfes, he was ftopt in the Willow-Walk, by two Fellows and a Woman, who beat and abus'd him, robb'a him of 7 s. and fome Halfpence, and got off with their Booty*----"-^^sxs- Captain Case is appoinred Deputy Governor bf-Wind-forCaftte; -  .  --' ,' -*i " We are informed-, that the Right HoB) the EarlofCoef-terfield is very much recovered from his late Indifpofition. ' � � This muft be the Caufe of a general Joy to the ^ P^iicl^as^a^satAlalitie* an4-J�dgmemhave^ea^|�-ftantly employed infervingit. t    t-^ On Wednefday the Right Hon. the Earl of Kildare O view'd the ine aadeurious Monument made by Mr. Cheere ^� an eminent Statuary in Weftminfter, to the Memory, of ^ his Father. '     ^ fire fllfaiHgti'ttthtftrfyion on ibe/aid Monument, ^\t.   g* R ORE RTi Earl of K1LD A RE,    -   . The 19th of that title in Succeffion, And in Rank, the firft Earl of Ireland^     '     ^ Marked the Lady Marie O'Bryen, Eldeift Daughfer bf William Earl of IrichiquinV By whom he hadlflue four Sons and eight Daughter^ Of which Number Only James the prefent Ear), and the Lady MargaretU Survived Him. Together with the Titles, He Inherited the VirMCf Of his Noble Anceftors, . And Adom'd every Station he jpoflefsM. Troth, Honour, and Jufticc Directed thte whole Coarfe of his Life. The Daily Devotions of his Family, And the PuWick Worfhip in the Church|' Were by his regular Attendance Gheriflied and- Reeommended.-Tho' poffcfs'd of a Great Eftate, * He managed it with particular Prudence.and OeconomyjJ In Order to give a freer Coarfe to his many and great Charities. He was a difmterefted Lover of his Country-, Without any.Affedion of Popularity; And was beloved by all, Not becaufe he fought it* But becaufe he deferv'd it. He was A raoft Tender and Affectionate Huiband^ An Indulgent and Prnrfent Father, " And a fincere and fteady Friend.     ^     N His Difconfolate Relift, In Teftimony of her Gratitude, and Affe&iofy And the bfetrer to recommend, to his Defcendantfc The Imitation of his Excellent Example, Canted this Monument to be Erecled. He died the 20th Day of February* A.D. 1743, in the 69th Year of his Age; The abovefaid Monument is to be ftiipped tff rhfe Wtefe for Ireland. Yefterday Morning a young Woman was ifbund droWn'dj quite naked, in a Pond near the Serpentine RiV'er Head in Hyde Park; juft at the Bridge & tne Foot-way to Ken-fington ; her Arm was broke, her Wrifts were tied together, and her Anc'e^ were alfo tied. She was carried and expoS'd to view at the Bone-houfe in St. George's; Hano yer-f^uare; but we don't hear that flie is ownM. The Coroner's IAqueft will fit on thfe Body this Day. Yefterday 19 Prifoners were tried at the Old Bailey, three whereof were Capitally convicTed; v!z. Johh Pagan, otherwife Pidgeon, a Famous Pickpocket, who went by the Name of Sir John Pidgeon, for" privately ftealing a Watch ; he ttas tried updn another Indictment |- and was upon that caft tor Tranfpdrtation. Felix Mathews and Anthorly Mathews were convicted of a Highway Robbery upon Mr. Lewis, a Farmer, near Hendon, who they ufcd very ill, and took from him a Hat, Wig; and Money. Seven Were caft for Transportation, and Nine Acquitted.   PJ Samuel Mecum was tried upon two Indictments, on one <2 of which he was found guilty ; he has been an Evidence againft feveral Perfons at the Old-Bailey, particularly James Stanlberry, who was lately Executed ftfr breaking open the Dwellihg-Houfe of Mr. White m Goodman's-FieloV___      ' .Bank Stock 135 3 4ths a 1 hate India Ditto 182* Sown Sea Stock 105 3 4ths. Ditto Old Annuities 104. 1,4th; Ditto New 103 a $. 4tirs a 1 4th. Four per Cent. Banlt AWnuitSes 10* 1 half it. Three per Cent. Annuities 89 a 1 4th. Million Bank 106 1 half. Equivalent nor Price. Royal Affurance 78. London Af-furance -it 1. Englifh Copper 5 1. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent. Dkto no Price Bank Circulation 81. 10 s. Prem. India Bonds 3 1. 4 s. a 5 s. Pr. Three and a half Salt 174; no Price. Three and a half per Cent. Exdhequer Order* no Price. Three per 
                            

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