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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 12, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. FRIDAY, Septembers, 1746. Num b. 370^1 Deo?* September 10. (EMAIN in the Downs the Mermaid, Booth, for Virginia ; the Italian Merchant, Wefibn, for St. Kitts ; Bamff, Patriam ; and Friendfaip, for Carolina; Peggy, Thorapfon, for Oporto ; Fanny, Macriamatra, for Madeira ; the Mercury, Hargrove, for Philadelphia ; Bowes* Hunter, for Dublin ; the Queen of Hungary, Fleming, for Bofton ; and Ifaac and Elizabeth, Matthews, for Portfmouth. Several of the Coalers are failed for Portfraouth. WindS.W. Gra
4>ac1&r w^.lPa*j^6.is4)c� kiiown. As the French and Spaniards! are retittd-irito ..the. Staa of Ge^ noa, the Auftrians Follow them into the fame Territories, except only 5000 Men, whp arefaid to be tnarchingto wards Pontreraoli, in order to join the Tofcans. Thtre f-flilla Spanift Garrifori in the Cafe of TortMra j �^nHTo's block'd up, tfiattio Refrefhment but Air can come^totbe^n. We hear, that the King of Sardinia is in March towards Savona, and that the Senate of Genoa has fent Deputies to feveral Courts to negotiate Peace. Vienna, Seft,$. The Emperor is expected froAiHof-Iitfch the 2 2d Inftant, and the Emprefs, who advances happily in her Pregnancy, continues to refide at Schon-bron. On the 31ft pa ft a Courier was difpatch'd to Italy, j] with new Inftru&ons for the Generals Brown and Botta. A Regiment of Carlftadians, 1 of Lycanians, and z others from the Territories of Corbaw and Creutz, are in March towards Italy, whither 6000 Irregulars, befides thbfe already mentioned, are to be fent. Paris, Sept, 9. There will be 150 Pieces of Cannon, be-jides Mortars, employed in the Siege of Namur, which ;| 'is to be attacked on three Sides ; and M. Saxe, whs is to cover it, is marching for Tongres. A&ions 1490 Livres^ Brutfdsx Sept, it. Yefterdayjthe heavy Artilleryj, Bombs, Bullets and Powder, to be employ'd in the Siege of Na-mar, were fent from hence. M. Saxe's Army encamped on the oth at Tongres. Count Clermont-Gallerande, with his Detachment, was within a League of Liege,'and Count \ Wi^am^aj^y is ,f^dito.,hiye or4ervd all jhefMed [.armni; �ri4ibis�J^s4uaMni ^t.^ tbeSii^pIRi bjfr that River to^-AAfiBd AtaiW* ' - ^ 3 By aruExdrefs arriv'd at the Secretary's Office we leirn* t^hat Genqa is taken, and that, the Auftnans are actually in Pofleflibn.pF it; and tKarfeveral of the j>9ns, who were in'the French ahq* Stenilh'Inteteft, had withdrawn them-fetve^ in life utmon von^onV Yefleriay horning itiere'was a Cbnfeltation oh Affuira orinfpiriah^/at liis^rtc^tfe^Dbke o/ArgyleV wH'ere ther^wer^pkllnt the Kight Hon. the Earl or Harrirlgtort and fevetil pErfbns of DtftihHw. Major Geeeral Fuflet li to Commanct the Forces who emDatVd, *till fach" Timtf as he joihs tSvuttnanc Genera! St. Clair> who will then; take oV.him the Command" in Chief, according to his Rank ift the Army. On Mqnday next his Grace the Duke of Kingfton's Regiment, who behavM fo well at the Battle of Cclloden, will be difbanded ; but his Royai HigbnfeFs the Duke, for their Bravery, has ofer'd to rt.ceive all thofe- who sre willing to enter into his new Regiment of Dragoons; and thofe that refufe will be handfohrtly gratified. Yefterday carn�rAdviee, that the Sobth-Sea Caftle, Capt. Bonfoy, froJh Plymouth, h arrived at Lifbon ; who in her Paffage off Cape Ortugal, took the St. Claire, richly laden from St� Domingo to Rochelle, and has carried her into Lifbon; The Endeavour, Kipping, from Jamaica, bound to Bri-ftol, is taken by the French, and carried into St. Maloes. We hear, that his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cum- ^ berland wa^pleafed (agreeable to his ufual Gentrofit)) to order a considerable Sum of Money to be diftributed 10 ^ the private Men who embark'd on VYednefday Morning on the intended Expedition. Yefterday his Grace the Duke of Richmond, Mafter of the Horfe to hiS/Majefty, gave a grand and elegant Entertainment (o divfirs Pcrfons of Diftinftion, at his Houfe in PrivyGarden. The fame Day General Mordaunt arrived in Towa from Scotland. It is certain that there is an Embargo laid on the Exportation of Beef and Pork from IrelaqdTj. an Exprefs having been difpatch'd fqme Days ago for .^pfc'.Furpb*e. On Monday laft came on the Election of Town-Clerk for the City of Oxford* when the Candidates were Mr. NaresandMr. Paynton, both Counfellors at Law, and on 1fi�Bg--trp't!�T8nrflfe' VOTetltoooWfr Mr. Nares -- 387 Mr. Paynton - 24; Whereupon the former was declared duly elc&ed.--This Place is worth 400 h per Ann. Yefterday was married Mr. Auftln, an eminent Goaf-.. Merchant on Garlick-hill, to Mils Powell, Daughter of Mr. Powell; an eminent Timber Merchant in Thames-flreet, one of the Common-Counci'men of Caftle Baynard Ward, a young Lady of fine Accomplishments and good Fortune. The fame Day was married Mr. Garneau, a Jewell er in Threadneedle-ftreer, .toMifs Arnold, Daagh^er of Mr. Deputy Arnold, a very agreeable Lady> with a c05.fi-derable Fortune. . /. On Monday laft died in Childbed, atHorfham i� $u'ffex, the Lady of John Vicker, Efq; Lord bf the Manor .;of Stepney, in Middlefex. On Wedttefday laft died at 'fits Houfe near Vaux-hall, Samuel Watkins, Efqj a Gentleman poffefs'd of a Very . confiderable Fftate in the County of Surry. " Oh Tuef^tay laft died at bis Houfe near Hampftead^Mr. Robert Tunks, in the 78th Year V*, his Age, who had ' acquit'd. a very great Fortune as. a Pawnbroker. [' , J YefterJay died/ at his Houfe.at RtoinaerfmHh, - , -Clarke, Efq;.' a youbg Gentlema^ibfa good Fortan^Oithe County of Leiceftev. ^. Yefterday Morning the Cotpie of Mr. Storkel, was Carriect from his; jlouft in Goodnjanls-ficlds, thTougK the P. �� J^e;^e4fjjei^0-E_fc'u.tc^'jj; being.sreceede'd^ 9 [ 'W^?' we ier ------ re bQJ^h^tfgJ^ > and Chances �ie|&, j^giftered, and ^..^a|yd;daily fnfujred j$�Jrty. ^a^ftfo^ey to/ B^^.andP|ia^s. , a2 AD V ERTISE M EN XS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-Hocs*, m Lombard-Strectj Cape-Britain for Ever* 7) 6
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