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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 26, 1846, London, Middlesex 7*ht Gene*al Atlvertifer. Numb. 3717; FRIDAY, September 26, 1746. �A Deal, September 24J [AILED Yeireroay after Poft, the Miry, Markenzyj zb& Young William* Tew, ioT Antigua. No Ship in the Downs. Wind South. Gravtpti, Sept. 24. Pafs'd by Betty^ Meridith, from South Carolina j the Revolution^ Sim-monds, from Archangel ; the Tryal* Crofley, from St. JCitts ; F/ieadlhip, Goats-,- frop Li/bon j the Prince Frederickji Owen, from Jamaica ; Sophia Charlotta, JBucke, from Dantzick ; and Hope, Pokes, from Zurickzee. St. Pietro cP Arena, Sept. 1 o. We are in Quarters of Re-frefcment in the Suburbs of Genoa, expecting the Return of the Couriers which have been fent to Vienna, to know the Intentions of the Court upon the Continuation of the -Operations. Of all the Imperial Forces only General Na>-daJli's Corps is no.w in Aftion, and he has joined the Pied-monjeze near Savona, in order to purfue the Fugitives. The Genoefe feem as well pleafed with us, as they were difconteoted with their late Allies; and we behave to them in return, with all poffible Humanity. Inftead of quartering in the City, as we might have done, we have been content with taking Pofteffion of the Lanthorn-Gate, and-we do netfuffer any Perfon to enter> that may give the leaft Uneafmefs to the Inhabitants. Pavia, Sept. 12. It was fignified to the Marquis .de Vialba, who commands in Torjtona a Garrifpn of 7 Battalions and fome Picquetsv That Meffrs. Mailleboisand.de las Minas were rettrufg^ihtoFrance, and that the Republic of Genoa had received' Laws from the Vigors. To wnich he dirtftly ahfwered, That he underftood very well the Meaning of this Meflagej which was only in a polite Mariner to give him a Sort of Summons by imparting"1 fuch News; but having already recervetr his Inftruftions, he periifted in his itefohition of conforming to then. This Anfwer did not furprize, as M.deVialba is known to be. an Officer of Great Merit. It is known likewife> however, that if he had much more Merit than he has, he could ncft avoid being madePrifoner of War "in a little Time. Prc� vifions begvn already- to be wanted j both by the Inhabitant and the Garrifon.' The Troops whifch block op TAttenk conflftof 5 Imperial Battalions, 5 Piedmouteze, and 6 Kef giments of Hone. Paris, Sept.\$> As the King dries not acknowledge the Emperor, our Miniftry have demanded to have the Queen of Hungary's Minrftets excluded from the Conferences till the Signature of the-Preliminaries, in which the Acknow* ledgemeotof that Prince fliall be ftipulated. This Preicri-fion was raifed becaufe the Miniftcrs of - the Queen of Hungary could not be admitted, and treated with, without granting them the Honours due te the Miniflers of an Era-prefs, which would be, infaft, to own the Imperial Election ; whereas, our Court intends to itipulate fome Advantages for itfelf as the Price of fuch Acknowledgement. We were allured, that the Dutch Miniflers had infinuated, and even promifed, that this Exclusion of the Miniflers from Vienna, and'even from Turin, mould meet with no Difficulty on the Part of the Republic, nor even England : But fince, it is laid that the Britannic Court hefitates thereupon, and refufes to enter into Conferences, if the Miniflers of all the Powers, interested in them, are not admitted from the very Beginning. No donbt but oar Court has other Motives, independently of the Acknowledgement of the Emperor, for infilling upon thefe Exclufionsj 1 but this is the only Reafon'given at prefent. Parit, Sept. .2$. According to. all Appearance, at the fame Time that 3 $ufpenfion of Arms is agreed on for the Low-Countries, thV fame Thing" will, be done for Itaty, [whether this appearsin the fame Light to the King of Sardinia is another Qheltion] that- fo the enfuing Negodatiofis may proceed orTToJid Principles: The" King' of Spajn 1 feems difpofed t9( concur in every T^ing'that mayfbrward; the Succefs of thefe Conferences, fo that we are in Hopes this Affembly will open the Way for helding.a General' Congrefs, We are very impatient to hear a Confirmation' of a Report, that the Duke d'Anyille's Squadron has made a Defcent upon Acadia, becaufe we imagine, thatProvince might be exchang'd back for Cape-Breton. LONDON. The Letters from Liege complain of the Injuftice done to their Prince-Bifhop in fome of the News-.Papers, by in-, fmuating, that he had fhewn more Favour to the French than to the Allies, fiace the Armies have been upon his Territories ; declaring, that He" has acted with the Otmoft" Impartiality, and with a ftrift Regard'to the Neutrality he-intends to maintain. The Abbe de la Ville, late the French- Minifter at the Hague, and now Clerk of the Foreign Office at Verfailles, has been admitted a Member of the French Academy* on which Occafion he made a very florid Speech upon the Virtues and good 'Qualities of air Monarch; his' glexious Sweeties in War, and his pacific Inclination in the midft; of Viftory. Ok Paflage in fr is however a Proof that his Court has no Hopes of retainingitsnew Conquefts. Speaking of the Towns lately taken, and the King's magnificent Entries into them, � They envy as, fays he, nothing but ' our Mailer, and are only afraid, while they fubrait to his ' about the' Dogo's Palace. That the RepublLck' fent Senatocs as Etepatiee to capitulate wkh General Brown,, viz^ Francis Grimaldi, AagtrftineGrimaMi, Ja�oiho;Phl lipo DuraziOj Gulielmc Gavot,tcf,. Qxfit Cattanes, ai" Guifeppe< BrlnnoJe;, and that tfce Adrians deman Savona, Gavi, Port Spezia, and1 the. Fortifications Genoa, with, a Contributions of* five Million.of and new Barracks to be built in the Shape of a Square* for the Conveniency of Air, the Other bemg fo dofe> that 'tis thought occafiWd Sicknefs amongft the Soldiers. Yefterday was married at Lee in Kent, Edward War-rasr, Efqi of Antigua, to MifsKkty Jobnfon of E'chiixi; an agreeable young Lady with a Fortune of 5000 1. We hear from Sturbridge, that there were near 1^00 Pockets of Hops at their Fair, and that mo ft of them, were fold. yiYefterday died in the 18th Year of bis Age, Mr. Raymond Burrell, Son of Peter Burrell, Efq; of B:ckinham in Kent, a Gentleman admir'd for Us Abilities, and greatly efteem'dforJujftriift Virtue, and obligiog Behaviour s On Wednefday Night laft was interr'd in Paddingron Church-yard, Mr. John Mofely, who formerly kept the Faulcon Inn at Hyde-Park Corner. The Six Pall-Bearers had each three Ells of Holland* at 7 s. per Ell, for Scarfe, and two Yards of Muflin, for Hatbands. A Dinner of a Weftphalja-Ham and fix Fowls were provided for the Mourners, and two Guineas worth of Punch drank upon his Coffin Lid. There were 56 Penny Loaves giver* to the Poor i and all this was done purfuant to his Will. We hear that two of the Prifoners, who were tried at Kingfton, found means on Wednefday Night to efcape out of Prifoni having had Arms, &c, tonvey'd to them for -that mfmr^"^ - TH E Members of the Society Corn/ponding txitb tit Incorporated Society in Dublin, for promoting Englijh Prvtefiant Working Schools in Ireland, are defired to give their"Company at a General Quarterly Meeting, which will be Held at St. Martin** Library near the M,Gp/s, on Wednefday next, the ift of October, at Ten in the Forenoon. The Chairman is to take the Chair at Eleven o'clock precifely* Noie� BenefaAions to the nfefal and valuable Purpofes of this Society*, may be paid to Mr. Andrew Drummond, Bahkerj at Charmg-Crofs, Treamrer to the Correfponding Society 1 WWaTTlbarealitl Arlbldt Fankere, i^Ieet-"ftreet; Mefls.Nefbit and Comp. inX'oIeman-ftreet ;~Mr. |> William Wogan in Spring-Garden; Mr. Waldo in Wat-ling-ftreet; or to Mr. Lawrence Cole, their Secretary, - at Men". Fletcher and Cole's Afturance-Office in Birchin-Lane, who are authorized to take Subfcriprjons, and to receive occafional Donations or Annual Payments. All Benefactions are reported at the next General Meeting of the Society, proper Acknowledgements are made, and an.exacVR�gifter kept, to which any Perform may apply that has already contributed,or (hall be wiltingviodb to. And fox the Satisfaction of the Pnblick, andtheEcfeou-ragement of welUdifpofed Perfons to promote fo good a Wdrk, Printed Accounts will be given by any of the Gen- , ttemen abQve-memiohed of the Sntte ana Management of this Charity, its happy Beginning, and fucceisful Pro-grefs. bT a hi 3 9 o 0. rr P t-�� P u. y -V. A D V E RT IS E M E N T S are taken in for this Paper, ac Lloyd's Ccffeb-Hovse, vn-Lombard-Streel| Cape-Britain for Ever, cS**"^^" A � V
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