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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 6, 1846, London, Middlesex                                Numb. Deal* Septemktr 4. CMAiiM in the IJbwiw his Maje-fty^ SlpoJ* DifpatcH} ftfercury, ?| Hargrove; fer Philadelphia; the Peggy; Thompfon, for Oporto*; Chatham,--, for Gibraltar ; Friendfhip, Jeffrey, for CaroKaa. Arrived the Bentomin and Margaret r^ojrn^Sundfrtand, forPortf-mou^h; TJopeweH, White ; and Fnen'd^ip, Wright, for ditto. Tuft now arrived the Ljon, Lvohj from Leverpool. V^ind Gravefendt Sept. 4. Pa/s'd by Emanuel, Jphnfpa, from Norway ; Endeavour, Cole, from Virginia; tie Ranger, Johnfon, from St. Kit,ts j and 'Woolneri Humble, Mia Gottenburg. ' ':~ ',:      fH,y '    ' Southampton, Sept. 3. Arrived John and Dinah, Wat-Ton, from Rotterdam. Sailed jbhra and Mary, Witt, frtftn Rotterdam.   WindS.W. Cowts, Seft. 3. Yefterday cajne.down $e $wjft Pri-' vateerj for PlymqutK, Tut back Maify, Powell,"and^ the ) St. Maloes with Fjendj'Pnjjnel;$V anfl/ b^ty* remain.' . The James Shannon, fromLittfcn } and Prpfpetity and I as yet finim'd their Examination relating to the M Af-Nelly, from ^ofton.aVe arrived at,'GJaTgotf. *� : TheChflltianrtforlaria ; and Kanfeh,'Tucker, fjom Gottenburgh, at Lebftoff. ' *~      ' "". The John, Majcall, from Antigua and St. Kitts, at Scarborough.       J'" Tn.e prpyidence, Towers from Gotteoburgh, at Lan-cafter. The Bonet.ta, Owen, from Jamaica and Cork, at Lever-pool. The William and Mary, Bonamy, from Barbadoes, at Guerczey. The King Solomon, Shelly, from Antigua, off Dover. The Thoma*, R^th,from Cork,'at St.fetes. There having-be*n lately difpers'd ibme printed Papers, Entitled, The Speech of thl Mghl Hotrardbit A  ^ , 1 of Q**-s,  on Tut/day the \zth of Auguk -1746,  v* This Morning the third Battalion of the firft Regiment, and the fecond Battalion of the fecpnd. Regiment pf Foot Guards, are ordeVd to be under Arms in order to be view'd by the Commanding Officers.1'And To-morrow Mornrag, they are to march off the Parade in St. James's PaYk; to the Number of i8co, befrdes^Q:" ficers, Serjeants, Corporals, &c. to Gravefend, to embark on board the Trarifports there, on the intended fecret Expedition. We'hear that General Foliot, does not go aboard with the Forces, as fatety mention^. L6rd Bury, efcfeft Son of the Right Hon. tbe Earl of Albemarle, Lord Offulfton, eldeft Son to the Right Hon. the Earl of Tankerville, and leVeral other young Noblemen, goes aboard on this intended Expedition. (________..... The Court Martial fat again' l&ftejsday, at the Horfe-1Eye-Brows, ntkt!kb mVNofe/and is Hid tb"appe'ar~in"a Guards Whitehall on the Trials of the Officers who were;1 �-*-.~ *Lir' **^-js.zlu concerned in the late. A&ioq at Prefton Pans; but have not; n> p Vienna, Aug. 27. Major-General Baron Neuhftus brought with him from Italy, the Standards and Colours takenfat the Battle of Rcttofreddo, except one Standard and four Colours that were,taken By thePiedrhontefe Dragoons, and fern to the King of Sardinia.. Count de Bernes fet out ftr Berliaby the Way of Holtitfch, where he receiv'd their* .Imperial Majeiiy's laft Inftrudtions. '[ he Prince of fcffld- ,j burghaufen is return'd from Croatia, after having madt fuch Regulations in that inexhauiUbJe ISurfcry of. Gocd j Troops; as will enable her Majelty to draw fo:ne ne\v Regiments from it every Year. F/pgue, Jug. 27.  The �!e&or of Bavarin arrived Y.ef-terday at Stoitowiiz, a Seat belonging 10 the Princefs Dowager of Duke Ferdinand of Bavaria.   This Morning at 8 his Ele$oral Highncfs came incog into 1 his Gity, and 'after hearing Mafs in the Cathedral,'u-der the N"ame'of.| the Count d'Angelperg, continued nis Journey fcr Drefdrh. As certain. Foreign. Enlilters have got into.thi an Ediflt has been publifted, and ftuck up in all Places of . Refort, expre.&ly erijofriirig her M.aje^y.'s Subjecls to dif-. i cpvet thern, to" the Magiflrates, aqd cayfe t^'era' to bje ar-. refted.  The Jews. Who bad (\ill burrow'd tliemfi.4v�i in the Neighbourhood of this City, are now obliged, by Order of th$ Court, to remove two Leagues off} tul they fhall . beotherwifed'ifpofed cf. LONDON. The Duke of Guaftalla lately deceased, has been for fome Years incapable of "Bufmefs, a'l the_Bufinefs of that little, Duchy having been tranfacled by the Duchefe his Confort, now his Dowager. . His prefeat Sp^njft. yajeftybad not declared whether he . will continue the Penfion of 24,000 Piiloles per Annum, which was granted by Philip V. to the Dukeof Modena, who fees himfelf deprived of all his Dominjons, fdr^afcjing: the wrong Side in the Italian War, "without any Provifion for his Support.  The King ofPrufija has demanded, by his Envoy at Stockholm, the Acceffion of his Swedifh Jdajefty to the, Treaties of Breilau and Drefden, and his Guarantee of the, Dutchies of Silefia. 1 Its now thought that the Election ofa new. Btfhop of Bamberg, which is fix'd for the 3d of Oftbber next, wilt fall upon the Count de Stadian, or th'e Baron de Fratffcken-fl�n, and not upon the Elector of Mentz, as has been re ported. fair. The Hardwick; Capt. Hallet 1 Edgbafton, Capt. Hartford ; Vernon; Capt. Cooke j Queen Caroline, Capt. Ma-fon ; Lincoln, Capt. Blake ; Wager, Capt. Raymond ; and Dolphin, Capt. Read, all from India, are arri their Moorings at Erith. Yefterday came Advice, that the Magriamin, Bound from Mar^inico to Bourdeaux, is taken by the Lawrel and Terrible Privateers, and fent into Leverpool. QnThurTday died at Eall-ham in Effex, after alingring Illnefsi Heigham Bendifh, Ef^j a Gentleman of a good Eilate in thatParifh. Laft Week died, at his Lodgings in Covent-Garden, -Lawlfer, Efq; a Gentleman of good Fortune in the County of Cork in Ireland. On WJednefdayiali died, at her Lodgings near Hide-Park Corner, Mrs. Burnett, a Widow Gentlewoman of go 3d Fortune iri Yofkfhire, the grcateft Part of which fluT befjueatfi'd to 'Charitable Uf?s. On; T-uefday, Nighjt died in Old Palace-yard, Weflmin-Iler, Capt, Faire,-ata old experiene'd Officer, in the Marine Seivice. On ThurCJay laft dkd at Sherborne in Dorfetfhire, of a Dropfical Diftemper, TVTr. Wjlliam Bettinlbn, Printer ajjd... Proprietor of the Sherborne Mercury,. Yefterday the Seffions ended at the Old Baily, when 11 Prifoners vvere tried, five of whom were call for Tranfpor-tation, and fix Acquitted. One was burnt in the Hand, and two order'd to be whipt. Amongft thofe ordered, for Tranfportation was Edward Lowry, for bringing Saws, Sec, to favour the Efcape of his Wile, and others. Barney Lindfey, a .Boy of about 16, for a Highway Robbery near Pancras j arid Felix Matthews, and Anthony Matthews, for robbing Farmer Lewis near Hendon ; and John Bidgeon, received Sentence of Death. Pidgeon has been reputed a Pickpocket above 20 Years, and is {aid to be rich. He begg'd the favour of the Court tc obtain Tranfportation for Life; Next enfuing'Selfions begins at Weftminfter on Thurf* day October 9, the 13th at HicksVHall, and the 15th a? the Old-Bailey. Yefterday one Anne Tool, an Accomplice with the fa. mous John Pagan; alias Pidgeon, in moft of bb Felonies, was'commit ted by Sir Thomas De Veil to the Gatehpjafe, for further Exalninatipn, upon the Oath of the Eyj^ncej who w^s prefent when moft of thefe F.elonies were com^ mitted. General Pett-OfEce, Londpp, "'        �> *7& ' JfTHER^AS certain Information, has hen modi, upon Qa*lv, A$% �# of bit Majefifs Juftices of the ftacu tftat tbt Cbefter Mail, of the idpf July /aft 'was robbed by a PexTflaWid gats, or has gone, byihe federal Names of Gabriel Tomkins, alias Young Gibb, alias Kit Jervis, �ftlias Chriftopher Wood, alias Unkk; alias Rawlins, nvho batmen formerly a Smuggler, andJame Tears Bnce tmploftias a, Ridrag^ Surveyorin the Service of the Cuftoms, and fome Years ago tiwd at the Town of Dart-foxd, in the County of Kent i He is a Matt of between Forty, and fifty Years of Age, of a very fwarthy Com-C)bmMbiii tnarfd with 'the^i^^PWx^a^hfft^e Nine or Ten Inches high, it a very well made Mail, walks very- upright, with large dari Eye-Brtws, which hang ovir     Eyes^ arid hat formerly recerved a Wound in his Left Arm with a Piftbt fr'Mufyuet B'dllef, if whUb fome M&rfior Appearahxt u left. Note, Bjr Intelligence received; flnce the firft Printing of this Adwr?ifeiaeflr, the above defcribed Gabriel Tom-kins has a fmall ^tfrftsr WehHc the Corner of one of       *^     1 Eye Brows, ntkt:k6 his:Note; ahd is (lid to appear in a     /    / fhabby Btbwri        Coat\ muph pteted and torn, and   / .   ^ trimiaed with\'Whm Metal Buttons, a Deep Blue Waftecoat; J andariold Light'or"tigbtifb Wig turned Yellvm with the' Wearing. This is therefore to giije Notice, That whatever Perfen, or Perfons Jhall apprehend the [aid Gabriel Tomkins, fo. '    be be brought to> Jujiice; will be intitled to a Reward 'W&mffitewtifon^^^ briel Tpmfelpj, over and above what is allowed by AEt of Parliam�ntV�" Apprehending of Highwaymen. The fame Reward and Encouragement is offered to any who may have been Accomplices in the faid Thbb'ery, who will v moreover be intitled to his Majejlfs inbft gracious Pardon. By Command of the Poft-mafter General* GfioRC oHElVocke, Sec: Note, A fiiitable Reward and Bncaurageifeent Is hereby offered, and will be given to any Perfon or Perfohs, who th$il apprehend a Woman, who goes, tut'fias gone, fcy the kveral Names of Anne Hacks, alias Hatuiifwell, alias Matbe  mienibellilh bis Anions, thofe of our Bri-tifb Lea^l ffiatdflsNeed of no fuchOratorial Affiftancej but are: Tbenifehkx their beft Eulogium. Yet, Gratitude will ma3cej*he:anwual Effort.--Therefore, what is now adite^d-0-yoa^entlemen, muft, rather, be confider'd 1 W �-t �-�� A D V E RTISEMENTS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Ccffks-Hov$b| Cape-Britain for Ever* Ombard-Strect.   

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