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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 16, 1846, London, Middlesex                                t T U. E S D,,A Y, ' September 16,   1746. ft i IT-I September 14, HERE is no Ship in the Downs. Wind.N.E. Grayi/etui, Sept. 14.' 1 Pafs'd by Cecilia,\Cble, from North-,Bergen   and Wijliam, Manby, 'ffbiyi Gpttenburgb. Falmouth, Stpt. 12. Since my la.il .arri vpi,the G/jepcaJJlfj-Eme r^  ,. .        ,,�>... ,     ton; and the Wiiliainfon,Woodward, from Montferrat, for London. Pool, Sept. 13. Sail'd the George, Gaden, for South Carolina.' Cewes, Sept. 13. .Yjefterdaycame downfromp(thead, the Jofeph an^JUchard, ,WiUU,;from Soujh Carolina, for Orders ; and Vrien3fchapet Cartferns, of and from Dant-zick, forLeverpaoTT. ^ ' Dover, Sept. i ^. Arrived the Loui/Wgh, Budden, from Philadelphia, in 28 Days. T.he Tranfpprts are pais'd by from J;hc Down?, wifh the Tro.ops on board. The Shaw, Breakell, from Antigua, is arrived  at Whitehaven. The Janus, Ball, from Lifbon, at Plymouth. Milan, Aug. ^...General Count ,Pallavicini, who is al-moft cured of the Wounds he received at {he Battle of Rot-tofre4do, has'been here fomeDays.lt is not doubted but his Delicacy brought hiai hither, not caring to have any Part in the Temp-fill that was going to defohue his Native Country :' But he publishes other Reafqns for what he has_done, telling US he tytaes hither for her Majefty's Service, \and to .inj&efoine new.Regulations for Tthe. good of the Milanefe.. We have therefore applied to him to-fend away the' Militia, who have been here tome Months for the Defence of, the, City, as they arc Vj\v no longer neceffary. Mankiht, sitt. 6. The "Departure, of the Court, for. Dufleldorp retnaiosJixed for the jdof October-next: His Electoral Highnefs'6n Tuefday lift- received the Homage �qf the City of Heidelberg itt Person. The Bavarian Troops parching for the SerVice of the "Maritime Powers, are^x-' pe&cd next .Week in the Neighbourhood of .Francbfert. ;!TAree Imperial Regiments, one of Foot and two Cuir f-'-fists, Part of'thofe-Gnat were encamped near Hailbron, for fome Days have,he>R marching towards ^tgly! H^ne, Sept.'jS.jUpon the Complaint of M. d'Amnion 10 the States General againft kmc pf.the. Dutch News-writers, who initrted in their Papers Arpcles prejudicial to . the Glory 6f hisPruffian Majefty, their High-.Vlightineffes have delive;1d a-Refoktion to that Minitfcr, by which they declare, 'i hat jti$ witu extreme pifpleaiure tnty fee, that ' the Licentiopfitffs 0/ ce/tain Gazetteers and other &fews-4 Writers, haye'given aire(h Occa^on of Complaint to his 4 Proffun^jeW:'.T^Wf^ed� and'to theMJJe-' gc^e diiavowea, all, that might he broach'd in certain ' Public Papers to the Prejudice' and Offence of Crown'd ' Heads, and particularly of his Pruffian JVJajefty : That ' the Fiiendlhip of this Monarch was too precious to them 'for them to'_{uffer, wjth' their Knowledge, any Thing to r.�J written and divulged capable pjT'.^^fing.him {'.and ' they wouldinatfaiL with all the Attenttobtn their Power, ' pteperly to ftipptete fach irregular Liberties hr the Papers, ' and oblige their Authors to keep within the i'ouridY of ' RefpecVdae-to-Sovcreigns.' Milan,- Sept. 3. -We are affured, that the King of Sardinia ij actually arrived at Savona, and has began to batter theCaftle, which makes us impatient for, Letters foom the ArjDttyj.'to confirm'this and pther Particulars' of great lm-perUnce. dlgier, Aug. its.. Four Men of War having appeared CXt before this Port, upon Enquiry they were fdund to be Da-nim/commanded by the Cbtmt Dahnefkioh, and th^'tjieir Bufinels wisWmake a Treaty witt \tt feegsnjcy ttpo^jhe Footing of other Chriftian Powers. The Count having demanded an Attdience, a Divan was called upon, the Pc> cifion, when it w�is agreed to conferit to his Propofels, and oh the jth Infanta Vttsiy wis rmc betwee&-tjiis %getjcy Jnd his Pattftj-Ji^Se^r, wy�::(CQniaT�iih .iiipance, ' vT|>M Shj^jg^_'E^pnaark''or Uoi^y, carrying a .Fl*g, * might fail ifr�|y inatf the Latitudes: and Seas wherethe '-CoBiaires of.fjfee Republic are ufed to �ra*ze,'upPn C^n-| dition,' that the' faid'Sbips did not fiffer bther' "Nations ' fraudulently to pqffit? dfe of their' �l�g�. ahi morepyer | that Ship's blongjiBg to Subjects of,}ws D^nifti Maj^ity ; ' (bould oe providedvjvith PuJffports, ia the fame Form as ' isoblerved by other' 'NatfonV, who are at Peart with the 'Republic/ Ttfe Conditions demanded5 of his Daiufli Ji&iiy are, � That.he ihall imrhediaiply fupply the, Re- gency ujth 100 jQujjntals cf,Powder, zo.oco Bullets, ' 6000 Bonibs, ,40 pieces of Cannon, 24 and 12 founders, *' 6 Mortars,'6p Cables, 50 IV^afts, 40 Ancho'rs, a certain ^ Quantity of ^rrjaill-ATms, Anipymtion, Utenlils for the. ' Artillery, &c. And,eYery Ve^rheis tofbpply them with ' " one half of "what" is'cohtaihed in the Lilt delivered on tliis Occnfion. Petetfiurgb, ,dug. 27. The .2d Infant the Emprefs held a grand Council at Peterhqff) at which all the Senators ahd Generals, as well as the Minifers, were prefenL   As . Councils of this Kind are not held bat upon the moll im-?> portant Occafions, 'tis though^, diatfgme AfFajti of great" Confeqiience are now qpoh the "Carpet.   Earl Marilhal is arrived ar Mittau, and is foon expected here with his Brother, General Keith.   The proper Difpq'fuions are nuking for the Ele&ionaf a new Duke of Couiland. L  c  N  D  O  N. The hte King of Deiimarkhad three Cabinet Minifters, who are r.ill cnnfulted by the prefent Monarch ; but his Majefty has not Vet declared whether he will continue them in that high Office. He has however ratified the Treaty wi h Rofiia, which was concluded juit before his Father's Dece*fe, and exprefs'd'his earneft Defire to confirm, as much as poffible, all the Engagements between the two-Courts. While the Elector of Bavaria was at, Drefden, under the" Name of the Count d'Angerlbergh, he went to fee the famous Porcelain Manufacture at Meiflen, and was fplendidly entertain'd there by the Count de Bruhl, his Polilh Majefty's Prime Minifler, and Director of that Manufacture. They Write from Maeftricht, that the Allied Army, in croffing the Maefe at Namur, had nothing elfe in View but what they.have accompli{h'd: Which was, to crofs the River agajn where they did, and get in their prefent Situation, cn the other Side of the French. The Letters from thcState of Genoa agree, that ther Auftrian Genir^ls.have forbid any Violence to be committed tipon. the Subjects or I erritbfies of the Republic. We are aJJareetfrom Vl^dtid, tiit the Principal Offices, of Slate continue in the ferae Hands.as during the Reign of the late &ing, the Marquis de Villarias having ftill toe Direction of foreign AfFairsj and theMarquis d'Enfanada; the Care of the>Tireafuiy.:\B3it all practicable Meafuresare daily taken to kffenthe.Expencesof the Government. The Union, Roach, bound from Statia to Rotterdam ; and a large Ship, with Salt, Wine and Lemons, for New-England, are both taken-by a Bilboa Privateer j but are not carried in. V   ' The Induftry, Tucker, from Marblehead for London, is taken and carried into Bilboa. The Polly, Dudding, from Montferrat to New York, is re-taken, and carried into St. Kitts. All our Accounts from the Leeward Iflands are full of the Rejoicings made there, on their hearing of the Sup-predion of the late wicked and unoatur.l Rebellion.- At. Barbadoes and Nevis they diltinguifh'd themfeives in a particular manner, having fine Fireworks on the Occafton, ancl burnt in Effigie theJDevil, the Pope and the Preten-dejr.;- And afterwards burnt in Effigie a certain Commander; who, according to their Accounts, has not done any one Thiijg for the Honour of his Country,* or the Preelection of its Trade j hilt on the contrary, lias endeavour'd to diftrefs it. Wc hear, that .the Committee at Guildhall, for carrying into Execution, the Veteran's Scheme, have refolded to. fend all the ^eceffaries that remain undifpo�'d of, to Scotland, tp be #ltributed amongft the Troops that continue there, under the Command of the Right Honourable the Earl of Albemarle. And that tHey-^nrrpofe to. make fome Provifion for the poor Widows and Orphans of fueh Queers and Soldjera, as had, the Misfortune to be kill'd at Falkirk and Cul-lodsn. On Saturday Morning laft the Shop of Mr. Bell, a Lin* nen^draper at the Corner of Round-Qourt in the Strand^ was broke open and robb'd of Goods to a confiderabl$ Value/ And on Sunday Night feveral other Shops were robb'd. _There are a fetoT Villains who live got an Inftrut ment which will in, a wry Trifle of Time cut out one of the Pannekpf the Sh^tjerj; by,which means they can carry' off all that 'lies' w�h>n their &$ach.--it is therefore highly'necefTafy that the Watchmen ftbuld be QbJtg?^ to do the Duty fox \yKich they aVe'^aid'.-And we recommend ' it to'the ItibabitahtsV London and Wetlrrrihlter to take Care, for their own Security, that thofe Fellows be not ' for the future, fuffer'd to defert from, or fleep at their Stands. AUV General Pofl-jOffitne, London, Srjpt. 1, 174^. U/'HEREAS certain Injbrtnminn has Jeen tnadej lipon Oath', bttort o7e of &s Majeftf-t^ttiflicet of -tk(rp nc\"6y t&t feveral Nafhft 0f- rjabrfeF Tomlctn�; alias Yolung Gibb, alia Kit Jeryis, ChfJftbpher Wrxxl, a /i^Unklet ,alias Rawlins, *xho has Been fir me, a Smuggler, anctfoMt% fears face employed-as a[;Rjdmg\ Suivrjpr /> �tfe-'Strvi'cetf'ibc Cuftoms,' and;fome Year; ago lived., at 0e town ofjjfat-ford, in v. the County of Kept ; He is ' a Af<7� 'of M&&e� Forty and Fifty Years ofjge, of d'viry fwarthy C A-pleXton, fimnxbat marked-with the Small-Ppx, about five FbotNfie vr len IhcLs bigh, is a very nveH made tfah/ voalks very upright, with large dark Eyt-Brvwi, tKbtth hang over hi} tyes, and has formerly received a Wound in bh Left Arm whbf Pjjfrl^or Mufqutt \BuUel, of which fome Marts or Appearance, h left^ Note, By Intelligence received; fince the. firft Printing' of this Advertifement, the above delcribed Gabriel Tom-kins has a fmall.#W or Wen at the Corner of one o^ his Eye-Brows, ne�to hANofe, and is faid to appear in a lhabby Brown DuffilCoat, much pieced and torn, and trimmed with WhfU Metal Buttons, h Deep Blueif'-a/ietoat, and an old Light or Lighfijk. Wig turned*. Ttllotv wkn1 the Wearing. ' ' This is therefore fo give Notice, That whatever Pfrfon, or Perfons Jba(l apprthtnd the faid Gabriel Tomkins, fo that ht be brought to Jujiict, luill be intitled ty none more fincerely Than by hia
                            

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