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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 13, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. S AT U R D A Y,   September 13.   1746. Numb. 370$. Deal, . September 11. RRIVED the Wilmington, Sy-ball, from Antigua. Came down the Levant, Hampton^ for Turkey ; and remains withYtheShips, as in my laft.   Wind SYW. The Jofeph and Ricfaard,Wills, from Carolina, h arrived at Spithead. The Royal George, Storey, from London, at Newfoundland. Cmues, Sept. 10. Came in the Snbek, Coilelfon, bound to Guinea. The Swift Privateer is failed to the Weftward., Wind S.W. Southampton, Sept. 10. Arrived the Mary, Broquet, from Jerfey ; Charming Betty, Biflbn, from ditto i aad Margaret, Pallot, from Gaernzey.  Wind S.W. Milan, Aug. 31. We hive received from the Army die following State of Prifoners made between the Month of March and the 2 2d of Auguft, in the two Battles, and in the Cities and Polls from which the Enemy have been dif-lodged, not including thofe that have been taken by oar Foraging Parties, in Marches/ opon the Frontiers of Genoa, and in the Marquis de Caftcllaer's Retreat. 16680 AtAfti 5240 At the Caftle of Quart 97 At the Caftle Alfier 100 At Alexandria 900 At Montcalve 2  2 n 3 Ignatio J At Codogno AtLodi At Milan lrt the Citadel of Parma Io the City of Parma At Pla&ntia 25 �S 45 924 291 6300 At the Caftle of Ri-) vaita J At  Orfolengo and J Monte-Chiaro J ,At the Battle of Pla- centia At our Lady of Mont-cofto At the Battle of Rot- to-freddo At Ponte Corone At Ripalta In the City of Serra- 7 valle J In the Caftle of Ser ravalle 200 700 5097 40 J1446 IOC 497 221 250 16680 Total 25231 The Number of Killed, Dead of Sicknefs, and Defer-ters, it certamly *rtorc than double that of the Prifoners : So that we need not doubt; but the Enemy Have loft, with-, in the laft fflc Months, above* 60,000 of their beft Twops, exclufive of what hai pafs'd flnce the 22d Inftant. Vienna, Styt. 5. The Court has lately received a Courier from Cdhfemindple,. with Letters for M. Benkler, by which w,e are informed, that the Grand Signer has "acknowledged him in ^Quality of Inter Nuncio from the Emperor, and"given him the Cuftornary Honours,'not-withftandine the Endeavours of Count Caftejlaune to make his Highnett^ifer,'at leaft, for fome Time, to explain himfelf upoj that Subjecl. By this Means we Iearn,*that the tofs^Mlarne&V in the Perfon of the Chief of the Black Eunuchi^ lately dead, is abundantly repaired, the: Grand Vi^rr being depofed, and replaced by the Kitcia,, who is fucceeded by the (aid Effendi. Pavia, 31 .-There being no Ufe to be made of Cavalry in fuch.an uneven Country as the State of Genoa,5 and the Aufttfanan^Picdmbritefe Infantry being fully fuf-ficient to purfue the-remaining Operations* Part of the faid Cavalry- have alttady taken the Road towards the Modenefe. Bat there is no likelihood that thefe Horfe will flay Jong therey they being to make Part of the Troops, which the Court ?f Vienna propofes wfend, by Way of the Ecclfcfiaftick State, towards the Frontiers of the Kingdom of"Naj>fe#. leipfiek, Stpt.g. The EJe&or of Bavaria fet out for Drefden on the 6th Inftant at Midnight, in order to return to Munich, undo* a triple Discharge of the Artillery. The �le^to/al Prince] accompanied him as far as Zebilta. , -' -        -  - �- Berlin, Sept. 10. The King has appointed Colonel de Trefltow to be Serielehaf of the Principality of Menrs, an Eftate that was Parrof the Orange SuccefiiSh. Baron Bar-lotf having declared, by exprefe Orders, of his Court, that their Polite MajeJJies,-:in their approaching* journey to Warsaw, defued to have the Honours �drfpenied with, which the King intended fltould be paid .themin'.their Way thio' Silefia, his Majefty "has fent the neceffary. Orders thereup �n to General B&denbroek, wb& commands there, and to Count de Munchow, Private Miniiler.of- State and War. M. Villers, the.Englifti Miniiter, is gone to make a Tour to London.  ' LONDON. Letters from Vienna fay, that a new Cbmmiffion is erected for the.Revifing the Procefs againft Baron Trenck, in which FielaVMarfhal Count Konigfegg is to prefide ; and the Emprefs has declared, this Revifion being over, the Sentence (hall be abrolute, and flic will permit no Appeal to be made to herfelf. The old Marquis de Torcy, Minifter and Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, in which he Was employed during the Reign of Lewis XIV. died at Paris the 2d Inftant, N.S. aged 82 Years. His Name was Colbert, and he was of the fame Family with the famous Minifter fo called, who railed the Reputation and Trade of France in the laft Century. Brigadier General Houghton, with the laft Englifti Reinforcement, is again upon the March to join the Allied Army under Prince Charles. M. Maitfebois declared to the Senate of Genoa, upon his entring their Territories, that he would do all in his Power to protect them, in cafe the Spaniards would contribute their Affiftance ; but it does not appear, that the Marquis de las Minas gave any fatisfadtory Anfwer. Befides the'Diftrefs they are in from the Prefence of an Enemy, who has been greatly provoked, the Genoefe No-bleffe have been under terrible Apprehenfions of a Rifing among their own Subjects, who, in general, difapproved the Meafures lately taken by the Senate. Her Imperial Majefty of Ruffia has imparted to the Kings of Great Britain and Poland, the Treaty lately concluded between her and the Court of Vienna, defiring their AcceiGon to the fame, and Concurrence-in the Views it is made to promote, which are for the mutual Defence of (he contracting Parties, without Prejudice to any Power whatsoever. The Fertreffes in the Kingdom of Naples are not only ordered to be repaired, and llored with Provifions, but all the Regiments are to be immediately compleated, there being great Apprehenfion of another Vifit from the Auf-trians. *' Yefterday came Advice that a SpanHh Barcolonga, from Cadiz for Ferrol.with 200 Quintals of Leads4 800 Quintals of Gunpowder, and 40 Pieces of Brafs Cannon, betides other Goods, is taken by theHardwick Privateer, and earned into Gibraltet. The La Proure, Ladoue, from Rochelle for Miffippi, is taken by the Duke of Bedford Privateer, and carried to the 1 fie of May. The following Ships and Veffefa are taken by the French and carried into Martinico and Gnardaloupe, viz. The Lyon, Green, and Lovely Sally, Murphy; the Marmadon, Morang; the Dolphin, Hall; the Succefs, Ballangftaff; the Revolution, French ; the Dove, Os-born, the Dove, Englifti j the Charming Sally, Holden t the Mary, Smith j the Anthony, Welch; the Argyle, Gotham 1 the Elizabeth, Ramfey j the Addifon, Peel ; the Elisabeth, Adams; the Exchange, Wheeler ; the Ranger, Mills �, the Expedition, Bowden ; the Seaflower, Batchelor ; the Ranger, Block ; the Montferrat,Mansfield; the ~--, Parfons; the-, Donavan ; the-�- Simmons ; the--, Frewin ; the 1--, Pearce 1 the -Welks; the-Oliver; the -r-� Buck $ the -, Vavafor ; the-, Hodge; the-, Fergus; the --, Townfhend ; and the Captains Parmiter, Coker, Webber, and Evans. The_Anne, Finley, from Africa for Jamaica, is taken and carried into St. Jaga. The Endeavour, Kipping, from Jamaica for Briftol, is taken and carried into St. Maloes.    The Queen of Hungary, Steel, from Montferrat ibr London, is taken and carried into Martinico. The Happy Return, Coverly, from Bofton for Rattan, is taken and carried into Guardaloupe. The Biddiford, Raircdon, from Cork, is loft near Anti gua-i but the Cargo is faved. As the Flag of Truce came out of Guardaloupe, they faw an Englifti Ship and' Snow carrying in. The Salamander Privateer, Cunningham, was well at Faro the 12th of Auguil laft. Yefterday his Excellency Count Czernichow, Ambaffa-,1 dor from the Court of Ruftia, who litely arrived here,"; waited on his Maje(ty at Kenfington, and Y&d. his firft private Audience. - His Excellency has only taken his Apartments fof jdnef Month, and therefore 'tis iuppos'd he is come over opon1 ,fome Particular AJfoirs from that Court. The Right Hon. William Pitt, Efq; Paymafter-general � of the ATfny; has appointed Mr. Maynard in Pol'^rrd-; ftreet, to be Upholfterer to Chelfea College, in the room of Mr. Dale, deceafed. Letter from P'ytnauth, dated Sept. 9.  Since my laft came in the Succefs and Syren Msn of War, and brought in a French Banker, taken on Sunday laft with Fiih, &c- The following is a Lift of the French Privateers, now at Sea, and fitting out in the Ports in the Channel, via. � The Maurepaux, of 34 Guns. ' The Devan> of 22 Guns. � The Tiger, of 36 Guns. � The Gloria, of 34 Guns. ' The Intrepide* of 22 Guns. � The Grand Biche, of 28 Guns, � And the Wool, of 18 Guns. Admiral Leftock, with the Fleet under his XTommand, remains ftill herd > ExtraQ of a Letter from Edinburgh, Sept. 6.  This Day the Invernefs Pott is arriv'd, which brings ' Advice, that Capt. Munro of Culkairn, Brother to the   O 1 late Robert Munro, returning from. Lockarkaig to Forx   ^ * Auguftus was mot dead, at the Head of his Men as he T5 � was palling a Wood near to that Place, by fome of the * Camerons. }jj Yefterday one'of the Lieutenants of the Argyle Man of ^ War, was committed to Newgate by Mr. Alderman Win-terbottom, for coming in a riotous manner to his Houfe,   {3* there forcing open his Door, and making a Riot and Di-fturbance, and endeavouring to prevent him in the Execu-tion of his Office, as a Joftice of the Peace.  This Riot  ^ was occafion'd and fupported by a Prefs^Gang adtihg under  Sjj an Officer without any Warrant, for Preffing A4en in the  ^ City of London.-Altho' 'tis neceffary that every proper   ^ Method fhould be ufed to Man his Majefty's Navy for the  . Publick Utility, yet 'tis to be hoped that there never will be wanting among the Magiftrates of the City of London, a Spirit of behaving freely and bravely, as far as is confident with what is right and decent. His Majefty has been pleas'd to make the following Promotions in Sir Robert Rich's Regiment of Dragoon*, Captain Douglas is appointed Major, in the room of Major Boygeft ; Captain-Lieutenant Browne, is appointed^ Captain of a Troop ; and Lieutenant Leckart is appointed Captain-Lieutenant in the room of Captain Browne. On Wednefday laft died, at his Lodgings near Brump-ton, Mrs. Nancy Bond, a young Gentlewoman of considerable Fortune, and much efteem'd by all her Acquaintance. On Thurfday Night as Mr. Fowler, a Staymaker, was returning from- Acton, he was ftope near ftrys-wwer by two Ruffians, who us'd him very ill, and robb'd nim of a Guinea, fome Silver, and his Hat and Wigg, and got off with their Booty. On Thurfday Night fome Rogues broke into the Stocking Warehoufe at Litde-Turnftile near Lincoln's-Inn Fields and carried off fome Goods of Value; but the Maid-Servant alarming the Family, the Rogues were oblig'd to defift from any farther Attempt. We hear that on Monday laft, at the Seffions at Hick's-Hall, a Gentleman of Fortune, near 70 Years of Age was Sentehc'd to pay a Fine of 13 s. 4d. and to fairer a Year's Imprifonment, for attempting to commit Sodomy on his Fodt Boy.--He flood on the Pillory at Chefter 33 Years ago for a Crime of the fame Nature. Yefterday one Richari Coibley, was committed to the   ^ Gatehoufe, by Sir Thomas De Veil, for afiaulting Abra-hamSpyke, aMeflenger djfpatch'd from the Right Hon. *-o the Lords Commiffioners of the Admiralty, with a Bag of Lettecs to the Poft-Office for the Sea Ports, upon the   rjj King's Highway, a little after Ten c'Clock, giving him' a  �. great Blow eaJheuBreaft, and afterwards knocking him down wjtk fo great a force upon the Stones, th|t it fplit his Collar Bone, with another Man who has made his Efcape.   ^ There is ibme Sufpicion that the Meffenger was way lay*d V^. to retard thofe Letters, which Sufpicion was encreafed by a'Number of Perfons watching near the Juftice'sHomVfor    � his coming out in Order to refcae him, but that was prevented by a Guard of Soldiers, being fent to conduit  <5 him fhfe to Goal. The fame Day a certain Tradeftnan, was committed to    the fame Place, by the fame Gentleman, for Sodomitical Pfaitices,  At COTTON and LAMBERT'S Office againft the Royal-Exchange, Cornhill, State-Lottery Tickeu, Annuities for Lives, Navy and Vi&ualling Bilb, and all other Government Securities, are bought and fold; and Chances J) fold ; and Tickets and. Chances, divided into Halves, Qo1�r-ters, Eighths ,and Siweenths j Tickets registered, and /t during, the ^ime of Drawing examined, and daily infured from Blanks j and all oth^r Bufmef�, either as Brokers, or relating to the tottery, tratifeae'd with the otmoft Care an.d Fidelity-   Ready Money for Blanks and Prizes. r AD Y ERTISE M EN T'S are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffbe-Hovsb, m I.ombard-Street) Cape-Britain for Ever, ~ 6. \   

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