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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 30, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. Numb. TUESDAY, September 30, 1746. Deal, September 28. AME down his Majefty's Ships the Squirrel, and Deptford Score-fhip j Merry Adventure, Curtis, for Penzance ; Britannia, Pur-chafe, for Carolina ; King William, Carter, for Jamaica ; the Martha, Rains, for Madeira ; Cleeve, Rice; Charlton, Mil-drum j and Fly, Richards, for ditto ; Godolphin, -, for Bofton ; and remain with the Swan Sloop, and the Outward-bound in my laft. falmouth, Sept. 25. Arrived the Frederick, Craven, from London to Corkj Juffrow, Evey, from Rotterdam, and is fmce failed for Penzance ; the Concordia, Torfon, for Gottenburgh ; and King George Packet, from Lifbon. Covjes, Sept. zj. Came in Elizabeth, Pitman, from London; Juffrow Jshanoa Therefa, from Amfterdam, for Cork; and Triende, Calamer, from Chriftiana. The Only Brother, Macarthy, from Oporto, is arrived at Southampton. The Elizabeth, Lydfone, from Guernfey, at Dartmouth. The Nefbit, Hal/, from Antigua, at Dublin. The Marlborough, Robinfon, from Jamaica ; and the Molly [and Peggy, Howffon, froia North Carolina, off Dover. The Crawford, Harrifon, from Chefter, off Dover. The Pretty Betfey, White, from London ; and Fanny, Connell, from St. Kitts, at Cork. The Tyrrell, Collinghood, from Antigua, is arrived at Baltimore ; who was chas'd in there by a French Privateer. Gixoa, Sept. 7. The Senate of Genoa have fent Orders to the Governor of the Citadel of Savona tofurrender it to the King of Sardinia j but it is faid to be on certain Conditions which are not agreeable to that Prince. We have found in Genoa a great Number of French ' and Spanifh Officers, befides above 1000 Sick, who are ' all Prifoners of War. We have alfo taken fome Cannon, and a great many Bombs and Balls, independant of the Artillery and Ammunition which belong'd before to ' the Republic. The Deferters are come back of their own Accord, and Abundance of Men befides come to us ' voluntarily from all Parts, who defire to enter into the Service of the Emprefs. By thefe Means we fill up the 1 Vacancies in the Army, and as there are already 14,000 1 Recruits upon the Road, we expeft that all the Regi- * ments will be complete by the Time that the Operations will be renew'd. A great many thoufand Sets of Uni- ' forms and complete Cloathing have been found here, and ' the Artillery of Gavi amounted to 4 Mortars and 50 Pieces of Cannon. The Inventory of'what is in the ' City h not yet finifh'd : But the Number of Guns is pro-' digious, and the Quantity of Ammunition and the Ma-1 gazines are is Proportion. ' A Million of Genouins were paid on the 8th Inftant, 1 being the Proportion of what the Vanquifhed were to pay ' to the Viclors. The Inhabitants of Genoa are quite ig-' norantof their future Fate, nothing having been commu-' nicated to them by the Senate, who are afraid that the ' Imperial Court will add fomething elfe in favour of the ' King of Sardinia. The Doge is ill ; and, if it be only ' an affefted Sicknefs, it will furprize No-body, and the 1 Caufe of itmuft be allow'd to be very real and ferious.' War/aw, Sept. 18. The King and Queen are happily arirved here, and have taken up their Refidence at the Summer-Palace, the Cattle not being habitable for Want of Repairs. In a good many Diftrids the Dyetines have broke up without coming to any Refolutions : But having petitioned that frefh Affemblies might be held, his Majefty did not think proper to agree to it.-The fewer Nuncios there are at a General Dyet, the lefs Danger there is of its kingdifiblved without EiFeft. The Opening of the pre-fcnt is fixed to the third of next Month. LONDON. Advices from Marfeilles confirm thofe from Antifees, that the Troops of the three Crowns had loft a great many Men in their Retreat by the Englifh Men of War and Pied-j&onteze, who kept flanking them, the former from the and the latter from the Mountains which bound the Riviera. They write from Vienna, that the Court expefls with impatience to hear, that the Provifional Congrefs at Breda 15 epened. If the firft Conferences give Room to hope for 1 happy Succefs in what may follow, the Emprefs will fend either Baron Palm, her Minifter at the Dyet of Ratifbon This Minifter has heretofore fhewn his Talents at the Court of Great-Britain, as well as in other Commiffions he has been entrufted. As the Defign of the Emprefs however is, that the Projedted Operations mould have their Effett, in order to give the more Weight to the general Negociations, the Anfwer of the King of Sardinia, upon the Plan that has been propos'd to him concerning a Diverfion in Dau-phiny, is very much defired. This Plan has been alfo communicated to Sir Thomas Robinfon. Strift Orders have been fent into Italy, that the moft exait Difcipline fhould be obferved in the Territories of the Republic of Genoa. Tho' the French talk much of a Second Marriage of the Dauphin, the Court has not yet declared the Name of the Princefs whom he is to marry, and only gives out that the intended Alliance will contribute much to the Succefs of Affairs in general. Letter from Plymouth Sept. 26. c Yefterday arrived here the Prince Frederick, Hamp-' ton-Court, and Namure; the Shoreham Man of War ' from Oporto, with the Trade, which are pafs'd by un-' der Convoy of a Sloop of War. Alfo arrived the Duke * of Cumberland, and the Dettingen, from Jamaica for ' London, who had feparated from the Falmouth Man of ' War.-Juft now arrived here the Nottingham Man of * War, having on board the Crew of the Bacchus> a ' French Privateer (formerly belonging to London) of 18 ' Guns, and 143 Men ; which lhe fell in with in the ' Night, and engag'd her fo clcfe, that the Wadd from * the Guns fet her on fire, and fhe was burnt in a very ' fhort time. We have an Account from Portfmouth, that on Saturday the King'sFifher Sloop arrived there, with the following Ships from Oporto, viz. Rofe, -; Neptune, Dal- lamot; John and Judith, Parker; Elizabeth, Cafweil ; and Adventure, Weft, for London ; and JBlacket, Cobb; and Fanny, Hill, for Hull.-The fame Day the Scorpion Sloop arrived, with the Trade to the Eaftward ; and the above join'd them. Yefterday cameJAdvice that a Spanifh Ship of 130 Tans, laden with Timber, for Corunna, is taken by the Sheernefs Privateer, Captain Richardfon, and fent into Briftol. On Saturday laft his Majefty's Sloop the Shark brought into the Downs a French Privateer, with 30 Men on board. She formerly belong'd to Harwich, bat was taken by the French. On Saturday Night was flranded on the Goodwin Sands, the Beftandighydt, a new Dutch, Ship of 5O0 Tobs Burthen, laden with Salt from St. l)bcs. Yefterdaycame on the Election of Lord Mayor of this City for the enfuing Year, when William Benn, Efq; Alderman for Alderfgate Ward, and Sir Robert Ladbroke, Knight, Alderman for Caftle-Baynard Ward, were re-turn'd by the Hall to the Court of Aldermen, who chofe Mr. Alderman Benn. We hear that another Draught will fpeedily be made from the Foot Guards, in order to be fent abroad. One of his Majefty's Yachts is ordered to Holland, to bring over his Excellency the Earl of Holdernefs, and his Lady, who are arrived there from Venice. This Week the curious fine Monument which is now finifh'd by Mr. Ryfbrack, will be fet up in Weftminfter-Abbey, to the Memory of the Right Hon. Sir Charles Wager. On Saturday Night died in Duke's Place, Mr. Morales, a Jew, in the 84th Year of his Age ; and what is remarkable, his Widow, who is upwards of 60, was the next Night brought to-bed of a Son. Yefterday as fome Wine Porters were letting down a Pipe of Wine into a Vault under the Library at St. James's, one of the P.opes gave way, a�d the Pipe fell on Mr. Griffith, the Head Porter, and broke his Thigh ; he was immediately carried to St. George's Hofpital. Yelterday Peter Dclafountain was committed to Newgate, by Sir Thomas De Veil, being charg'd on the Oaths of Francis Parry, Efq; Mr. Backhoufe, Mr. Oliver, Mr. Allefter, and John Reilly, Efq; for felonioufly publifhing a certain falie and counterfeit Note, for the Sum of 2201, pretended to be fign'd John Baptift Zanni&r, and endors'd Marie Legrand.-The faid Peter Delafountain was fome time fince convifted of Bigamy, and burnt in the Hand. COUNTRY-Nornvich, Sept. 27. On Sunday den, was preferred by the Mayor, Common-Counc:!, ta the Living of in the County of Norfolk, vacant the Revereni \)r. Shuckford. On Monday laft the Rev. Mr. the Parifhioners AlTiftant Miniftsr croft, in the roam of the Rev. Dr. NEWS. laft the Rev. Mr. Mol-Court of Aldermen and Munhamwith Seething, by the Refignation of Capper, was Elected by of St. Peter's of Man-Francis. This Week the Rev. Mr. Wilfon, was Inftituted by the Right Rev. the Lord Bifhop of Norwich, to the Reilory of Elfing, in the County of Norfolk, vacant by the Death of the Key. Dr. Eglington. Brtfiol, Sept. 2 j. Yefterday about One at Noon, Matthew Daley was executed at St. Michael's Hill Gallows for the Murder of Willian Sullevan on board the Duke Privateer then lying in Xirg-Road.-Before he went out of the Condemn'd Room about Eleven, he hardily afk'd, How long will it be before we pall go P Soon, reply'd the Perfon who was talking with him.--When ic was urg'd unto him, that there was but one Mediator between Goo and Man, that, fays he, lfiall foon kr.ow-ar.d feem'd to difbelieve that the Son of God was the only Mediator, and to rely on the IntercuTion of Saints and Angels, and on the pretendid Abfofoti.n of mortal Mari.Vas well as on the Mediation of Jesus Christ.-When he came out of Newgate, he mounted the Cart (in his Sailor's Drefs) hhn-felf, and fhook Hands with a great many People over the Sides of the Cart.-When he came to the Place of Execution, having no Clergyman to attend him, he afk'd the Sheriff, How kng Time he had ta fay Prayers ? He was anfwer'd. As long as he pleas'd, in R.eafon. Then he! began to repeat a Ung Prayer, wherein he dtfired of God to accept him thro' his Son and through the Interceffion of Patriarchs, Prophets, Apojilcs, Confejfors, Martyrs, CSV. and chat they would accept of his Soul, and rranfhte him into a Garden of fine Flowers, and give him the Happineft of thofe who had always waited upon him. Moreover, intreating God to deliver him as he did Noah from the Great Flood-the three Children out of the Fiery Furnace -Daniel in the Den of Lions-and Saint-fomebody, whofe Name could>not be underftood. When he had finifh'd his Prayers, he wa? afk'd, if he had any Confeffion to make, or any thing more to fay ? He replied, No, Gentlemen, for I ha.e done with the World, and did not care how foon I was out of it; and after vvifh-ing every body well, Sec the Cart drew away and launch'd him into Eternity. He was 3 well-made young Man, about zz Years of Age#' born at Cork, and was by Profeffion a ftopid, ignorant, rank Papiji, who relied more on the Abfolution of Man than it's fear'd he did on the Merits of Christ. Saying to one that vifred him, if he could have but one half Hour's Converfation with his Prieft, he did not care if he was to die the next Minute ; but never fhew'd any Remorfeof Sorrow for his horrid Crime, but on the contrary feem'd rather to juftify himfelf therein j and the Morning of his Execution he eat and drank very hear' - , and jutt as he was coming out of the Condemn'd Room to go into the Cart, he drank almoft a Pint of Ale at one Draught. SCOTLAND. Edinburgh, Sept. 22. We hear from Carlif.e, that 6! of 61 Rebel PrifenerSj who flood their Trial, have been found Guilty. One of the three that are afiuiiied, is Mr. Merray, Surgeon, who is returned to this Place, as have many of the WitnefTes. A Report prevails, that feveral of thole who are found Guilty, will funer at the Places of their Refidence, before their engaging in the Rebellion. Several will be recomvr.enJtd ;o the King for Mercy, their Circumftances appearing :avo-rabIe. Thurfday laft his Excellency the Earl of Albemarle returned from the Trial of the Officers concerned in delivering up Fort Augullus, bu: the Sentence of the Court-Martial is hitherto unknown. The fame Day a confideraSle Corps of recovered Soldiers belonging to Price's and Connaway's Regiments of Foot, landed at Leith from Invernefs. Thefe Detachments fet out for Stirling upon Saturday, as did about igo Ilorfes belonging to the Train of Artillery for Perth. Laft Friday, about Three o'Clock in the Afternoon, a Houfe near the Wright's Houfcs fuddenly took Fire, and burnt with great Violence till entirely confumed. This Accident happen'd thro' a Servant Girl's lighting a Candle, a Spark from which fell among Straw, and the young Woman having got out, and locked the Door, the Mifchitf was paft Remedy before Affiftance could be got; and the Fire communicating itfelf to the neighbouring Families, in the Lodging, madejthem Sharers of the Misfortune. Four Families were burnt out. Edinburgh, Sept. 23. Advices from the North fay, that the young Pretender is fUU in the Mountains : and by aa Exprefs laft Night from Argylefhire we are told, that two French Ships of 40 Guns each, have appeared off that Coaft; about 50 of the Crew landed in the Ifle of Sky, furprized a fmall Guard, and carried fome of the Men along with them, but foon difmifs'd" tbem except two, upon being inform'd, that there were upwards of 300 of the King's Troops in the Ifland. 'Tis faid their Intention is, to carry off the young Adventurer at all Hazards. 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