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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 19, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The General Adyertifer. FRIDAY,   September 19,   1746* *> '5 9 I* u � 1 u 0 1 1 5 Dm/, September 17. HIS Morning failed the Bedford, Dickie, for St. Sebaftians. Came down and failed thro4 the Sarah andStepheh� Williams, for An-' tigua i and Biddy, Martin, for Cork. Arrived "the- Swift Privateer, Hudfon, from a Cruize, and remain with the Granada Bomb. Wind N.W. Qravtfind, Sepu 17. Pafs'd by the Town of Bour-deanx, Shire, from Dantzick; Lady Ddrotiiea, Jobnfon, from ditto ; Emanuel, Learbeck, from Gbttenburgh ; and Portbean, Pall, from Lifbon. The Leguinea, Aflgwin, from London, is arrived at Jamaica- \ The Chefter, Blaj�rfrom Nevis, at Philadelphia. Journal of vtbat, faffkd at Gtnta the \ft and %d Inftant. j  k The Tumult Was foon hufh'd by putting the Gate* of the City> putting into Prifon one of the chief Incftadia* ries> and pofting the Militia along the Works, whichj bound the City on the' Land-fide. ' At the fame Time* the Precaution was taken to form" Bodies of Guards irt. the principal Streets, and to Order the Soldiers to fire trp^f on any tumultuous Perfons without any Refpeftv By thefe Means the Trouble was appeafed, and the People: kept to thefirftuty. ' After this was done; the next thing was to take neceffary Meafures for the Security ef the State. For this Pur-pofe, the Government demanded of the French and Spa* niflj Generals, if they thought themfelves, with their Troops, jdihSl to thofe of the Republic, in a Condition? to fave them from the impending Danger. The Anfwer they gave .was* in fa&, very favourable, and fall of Ex-preffiofls of Good-will: But they gave us no Account in what Manner they intended to make Head againft the Progrefs of the Auftrians and Piedmonteze. The Re^ public therefore, feeing the Danger every Moment en-creafc, has actually deliberated upon the Means to pre-? fe vent the Ruin of their Country. The only Expedient they can find, is to fend a Deputation to the Army oif the two Powers, to agree upon a Sufpenfion at An is, on the beft Conditions they can. Every one expetts with Impatience to hear what will refult from this critical Si* Nation.' Madrid, Jug. 30. The King having given to the Bifhop of Ovieda the Place of Prefidentof the Council of Ciftile, which the late'J&ng had difpofed of in Favour of the Mar* qnis de St. Gilles, 'his Majefty to make fome Amends to this mentioned Lordj has nominated him Governor of the Council of Finances. This Plape tha' inferior to,the fori is however very considerable. The Marquis de-St. G tiles is extremely applauded at CowrVuboth by the King and the Mioifters, for the Refped he. procured from.th$ States-General, and the good Difpofitiou he kept them in i and the Marquis has been carefal to let hrs Majefty HcnoW hwdefirousraeir High-Mighunefiesi* to cultivate Friend| �  lution has been taken to refume the Negociation begun under, the late King, for concluding a Treaty of Commerce between this Court arid Spain.  1 he Plan is to be fent im- > mediately to Madrid, that we may as foon as pouible come\ to an End of this Buiinefs. LONDON. ; Upon the Application of the Republic of Venice to the Emprefs, that her Majefty would pleafe to (pare the State of Genoa, the Anfwer was, that however inclin'd fhe might be/herferf to ufe the Genoefe kindly, fhe could anfwer foip herfelf only j and that therefore it would be prudent,, at the fame Time they were applying to her, to endeavour to appeafe the King of Sardinia. *The Jews of Ha^abiifgh, with Permiifion of the Re-gej^y, begun to ereft a- Synagogue in that City, they w�ft�iliged to defift upon the Reprefentations of the Clergy ;vwuich had like to have caufed an Infurreftion. - Prjjgfe Dolgorouki and his Spoufe, who have for fume Years|>rofefs'd.the Popifh Religion, have lately publickly renounjfed it in the Court Chapel at Peter (burgh, and reconciled themfelves to the Religion of their Country. Yefterday Morning an Exprefs arrived from Harwich, on which feveral Reports were rais'd, according to the different Opinions of tbofe who reported them. There is Advice, that the Recovered, Outerbridge, boundfrom Carolina to the Weft Indies, is taken by the French,. and carried into Martinico. We*, hear, that Henry Greenville, Efq; Nephewto the Right Hon. the Lord Cobham, is appointed Governor of the Ifland of Barbadoes. On Wednefday laft his Grace the Duke of Dorfet, Prefi-dent of his Majefty's Council, came to Town from his Seat at Knowle near Sevenoaks in the County of Kent, to his Hdufe at Whitehall. And Yefterday his Grace waited on his Majefty at Kenfington. On Wednefday Night his Grace the Duke of Marlborough arrived in Town, at his Houfe in Piccadilly, from Blenheim. The Right Hon. the Lords Commiffioners of the Admiralty have been pleafed to appoint Capt. Lloyd, to be Captain of a 24 Guff Ship, lately built at Lever pool. . Qn Sunday Morning died, at the Hot Wells at Briftolj in thei2'3d-Yeair. of his Age, the Hon. John Roberts, Net yhew to the Earl of Radnor. By Order of the Commiffioners appointed for building the Bridge *t Weftfninfter, the Houfes in^ BrewerVyard| are pulling down, in-order to make a convenient PajTage for Coaches, Carriages, &c. It is to be call'dby the Name of Parllament-ftreet, and leads to Bridge-ilreet. - '  This Day the Crew of the Deptford Man of War, of 60 Guns, how lying at Woolwich, who has been abroad for feveral Years, and took fome rich Prizes, is to be paid off. It is now faid that the Men of War and Tranfports with ' the Troops on the Secret Expedition, are defign'd for the River Sienne, near Conftance in Normandy, where there is a fine Bay for a very large Number of Ships to ride fafe, and land Forces with very little Difficulty. \ The City of Namure is certainly taken, and all the Garrifon made Prifbners of War, except two thoufand Datch ; who,' we hear, found Means tQ make their Ef-cape before the Capitulation was agreed on. Yefterday Morning the Right Hon. the Earl of Afhbura-hatn,-went out of. Town to St. Albans. On Monday and juefday laft, a Court Martial was held at the Horfe Guards, at which General Wentworth was President; to enquire into the Conduct of Colonel Durand, for furrehderin|; the City of Carlifle to the Rebels i whep it appearing by the Evidence that he defended that Plac� as long and with armuch Refolution as' could be expefted with lb fmall a: Garrifon, he was honourably acquitted. ...    , Exfra& of a Letter from a Gentleman hi the Wefi-ln�et% to hit, Friend'-'dt Boften, dated J we if 46,     -^ . .* The French-I'lee^ is arrived a^ Martinico under Gon> f vpy of fix Sail of the Line. There are abbirt i2po|f 'them, but forty for Martinico, the reft went to St. Dd-' muigo: One �f our. 00 Gun iS^ips, the Dreadnought, 1 had a narrow Efcape from them, out is now fafe in En-.' glifh Harbour.  Chamberlain's-Office, SeJt.^iS.  The Court changes Mourning on Saturday next i Inftairt, for the late King of Spain, the late Dauphinefs France, and for the late King of Denmark, viz. the Mep to wear Black full trimm'd, Black Swords kand Bucklei, fringed or plain Linnen ; the Ladies to wear Black Silk or Velvet, fringed or plain Linnen, Black or White Fani, or Shoes/ n 1 W -� B <-* * o At a General Court of the Bank of England, a Dividend of 2 3qrs. per Cent; wa$ declared for the feft Half Year t the Governor further added; That he was forry it fell to his Lot to declare to the Proprietors that there was no Hopes of .continuing the fame Dividend for the future, Extras of a Letter from Gofort, Sept. 16.. ^"Uh Saturday IthleXburtMartial was continued oh board ' the Duke Man of War, Commodore Bo&awen Prefidem, <^ on John /inney, and Alexander Aikenhead, two.Sea-� Hfcn btlorrgrng to the S&nde^land Man of War, for' at- < tempting to defert from her by fwimmiBg away : They < both pleaded they were Prefled-Men, and hadF never � heard the Article* of War read} but a fufficient Prodf ' being given that they had heard them more than ot.ee, ' they were both condemned.  The fame Day Thomas Carrol, Mariner, belonging � to the Prince Frederick, was tried for Mutiny, ana ' threatning to run away, but he was Acquitted. * The fame Day Thomas Williamfon, Mariner, belori-  ging to the. Namure Man of War, was tried for Defef-  tion, for fwimming away from the faid Ship in this ' Harbour j which being fully proved, he was afked whit < Defence be had ft make: Ueconfefled it, but fh'td He < did not intend to leave the Ship, but to come on Board 1 the next Day; and called feveral of his Ship Mates to * prove that he had told them fo:  The Reafon of his < committing fo rafh an A&iotl was (as be faid) the Lieo-� tenant refufing to let a Woman come into the Ship that  &9|eiW, or has gone) by the federal Names of Gabriel Tomkins, alias Ydung Gibb, alia Jervis, a&ai Chriftopber Wood, olidi (Jnkle; aflat Rawlins, who has been formerly a Smttggfet-% andfme Years fince employed as a Riding Surveyor in t$e Service of the Cuftoms, an� pm* tears ego lived dt the Tovon ^Dajlt-ford^ in tbt Cotnti of Kent? He is d Men *f&to�te* 'Forty and Fifty Years of Agei of a very fwarthy Complexion, fomtnvbat marKd with the Small-Pox, aboui Fivt jR^ iftfiw or Yen hches high, is a very well made Man, *&aUt very upright, with tdtge dark EyP- Brows; which hang over his Eyes, and has formerly received a Wound .in bis Left Arm with d Piflot or Mufyuet Bullft, if which fome Marks or Appearance is left. Note, By Intelligence received, finee the firft Printing of this Advertisement, the above defcribed Gabriel Tom-kins rils a fmall Wart or #V*;at the Corner df one of his Eye-Bfows, next to his Nofe, and is faid to appear in a fhabby Bhwh Dujfil Coat, much pieced and torn, and trimmed with White Metal Buttons, a Deep BJite ifaftecojtt, and an old Light or Lightijb Wig turned Yellow with the Wearing. '   . This is therefore to give Notice, Thaf whatever Perfin, CJ or Perfons Jball apprehend the /aid Gabriel Tomkins, fo ^ thai be be brought to Jujiict, will be intUled to a Reward of Two Hundred Pounds on tBe ConviSion.of the jaidO*-briel Tomkins, over and above what is allowed by Adl of Parliament for tbt Appribending of Highwaymen- The fame Reward and Encouragement is ofered h any who may have Been Accomplices in the faid Robbery, who will moreover bt intitled to his Majejtfs moft gracious Pfcr-don. u . By Conimarfd of the Poft-m'after General, . .George...Shjjjlvockev Sec. ^7 /  f-between Thirty and Forty Ye*rs of Age,* of a fair Complexion, and about Five Foot Six Inches high, fomewhat pitted with the Small- T^n^rw^wtw^ 'KTviy^^nsav^3T^ of her Hands with Indian Ink or Gun-Powder; and it is. foppofed fhfr does now,, or has lately accompany'd Gabriel Tomkins aboverdefcrib'd; By Command cf the Pofimajier General, George Shslvocke, Sea 1 AD V ERTISE M E%j TS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Cof*se-Hovse, in,Xombard-Street Cape-Britain for Ever, ' C /   

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