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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 3, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The "Setters! ^Iri^mifef. F RI fa A Y, 'Oc'ipofrER 3,   1746. ~VTaU Otfoh'er 1. AlL*D.thi^Mqrn|n� his_Maje-lty,'sl>iQ0p Swan, for a^ruize- lad the '�'Mfatm^' -tad 'nfakfin'itfth'fcil i ^Ma5j#y*s^s� *smm,' Mfa 'Ifcpff^^^ and Scorpioa: Scoops, with^Ae; ' 'Ounvard^xjomras in my felt 4 befentakeh'^.TantemVTo^^lSara/^yji French Snpw*' TPrivatcer, of 6 Carriage and i$rSwivel Guns, and 60; Men. ArriVed atfo a^igTirarigdntinei-Wame uiflenowH,' who met the above Privateer, -^d'en^^4ei*t*ollours. SailUthe ConfOl^ia�"for*i.tverp cI. tyiigi-llJ.W. > 7W, aov.,i�lei thgiWitoj at&Sa^puel, KM , theThompfon ; ana Defire, Wills^ to wait Convoy aLSjpit- Ham; andProvjdence, and Wj?abeth, from Nwcaftle I Covtes, Sept. 29. SaiTd the Jofeph andRfchard. Wills,! for Rotte/dtra } ,%J)d Elizabeth^ Firman, For Dublin. ! Southampton',        '29.   ArrivetJ the Jofepji-and Anne,: ftfpte, YrW :Jerz'ey;  SaiTalhe Expedition, Mdftfant/ temGuenttey. Wioa:SYW. ffffltfort, There is^ahae^'a^odtlierei fn"Ma- sufcript, a *ery >tnutrkaWe"Pfecey entitled-, * *An Anfwerj < delivered on the Part of -tbe'Efngre^-Q^n to the De-|  mand made in theKame of the K+^of^rttflhy by the*  Cdurlt de '^e^ils^ conte'rhiQK^ihe Guarantee oflthef ' Empire ^eintic^'ih'the Ninth" Article1 o� the Treaty 0*  Brefdefc' The Anfwer. is/dated from Vienna, Aug.w29,| and the Tenor of it is toWo^iire^or her Imperial Majeftyj the Confirmation^ ill former ^ng^gehiefits with regard! ftrWmafic'SA'Sio'n. 1 . ' l$jl7, &*.'4. fh Ji' oc4u�_4 'to given (3idew- fpr 'rtuflrtg^a certain 54vftft&�f    fcecrWts iu Wefchalia. Ju. j;pn&aHence 9X $J^^>ti^S^S9tisi"TcWcei 5a of'thole Recruits Have Act pafsllhere. Yefterday there! tare,above "otof^lftmi. *Ph%' 3^pfe'brit!J�fe^f uffian -Army| upofe tlfe^Foiiingai hj&^beea' for^'flie 4ift four^ears, a-| mounts to .near .zpo,poQ. Me h. Leghorn,        17. A '   " are. retired %"�acw"aii. ^.y. THifijfe: h^r^^rtfefaWd 'k twifs^atuTloh to tfe |>iik^ of* Uoiea^'At fe;jftBtrfrQin M^JRerAtfeafoiin the Grafragna,' where % was quarter'd, 90 the 11 th, in-order to embark atj the Movuh of        :' ^ui /relying- Gotmtei'*Qrders, it| , tetuyi'd back again on 'the i2t^jftthe..Ca#e... T.heLiea-' iants, who had got Poffeffion of the Place, during the Sol-' diea AWehce, -wbuid Trot at firft give them AdmUtance^ -*kr.iittbthe^Fomtfet dr the Territory that^eptaiaeiVp-�ait. But belag threaded wid� Fire^nd Sv^ord* they wt� obt^ed 10 coriiply, and let them in.   The Swiis wtar.e t& make no Sta^ however^ being order on board at Via-feggio on the 14th. Milting Sept. 18. There is a Report Acre, that General Pallavkini, GeVemer of Lombardy for the Emprefs', ha* fett N^ice tbt.Marqais de CaraH, Governor�f Placdntta i for the King of Satdiara, that he rauft ho longer meddle *�h the Adminiftratio*. ef Affairs, bat leave them to a Mwifter of her Imperial Majefty : Bat we are not yet clear with RefpcA tathe Truth bf ihis> yet it dees not fail to Slve Room for various Speculations. LONDON. General Nadafti, with his Huflars aod Draeoonsj is or-�ffidback thro* the Sbchetta for Want of Forage in the �aw of Gehba ; aftd. M. de Botta infifb, thai Ihe Genoefe Mobility {hall fcay all the Contributions demanded, be-tlrey albne einba'rk'd the Republic in the War of . The German Deierters, which had entered Info the Service of the Genoeie^ am�unt w45q0 Men, and 3$ above 2ooo of thdfe are retoriied, upon th6 Arrinefty agreed on "f �he Casoitiilatidfi df Genoa, the Imperial- Regiments of "ot are Jmoft all complete. As tjie'P^iich' h36*ffe MagasRnes at        all trie" Provi-�ans ft?|c6>ild have, at their late Arrival there, were ^'W&ht.iBem out of Tro'vlnce, whioh adds to the Impfac-^^f.�be1fn^itoai,/;StaiVi. . ft, * Bwgeraaftecaad"M��ftrates af,a-fmall Tov^n-tn *� [fteir �^.^jSaJ.qJir C^an^rias, itivaba*nicrtle��Aby their Superiors'to'rendfcfanAc'^ "which it '^oaldT^pm/ihat the l^te^lfuB^rftandmgs Be-ptween the* Courts of Vifcniia and Manhe^are^aclualiy ac-, cpftmoda'ted. � tettersi Trbm Tans lay, that,j'�fe / ^atXe fs ^R^4    if^ft'Jarticti--, rry upon it In jhe^egoc^^ Accord4ngj� the laft Advices' froni thclgague, a Gpnr^r From iKb'EIear^^^vam'fiad'v^a&,^ "ihro' roere, yi^h ypry importan^Hpa^ ; tut t^e^Cwtenitsof't^mweWnbt^^g'^ ; M.T^ncTs Fa^eh' Ahcjient Greffler of the States Gene-iral/arter bavlpjenjb^'d that'Place*clears, ahd"refigri|d it two yearsfagb1 in Favour of his NepfiejK, Jie4 on the ^d.lnfl^ht,. N.'S.'aged'.g^. "He was a KSinifler of great! At>ifittes; Tro'biiy'arid'V^nahce;' ALetterftt^B "aFerf6nlof Credit at Paris, tcr'a Foreign! Mmilter at the Hagae^entafns'theJfonoW*iig,Lifles:' The 4 Marquis de Valori, oar Wtrrifter 'at^Berlin, ifting in; * Cihference with the^Mimfters of that Court {at"*u&ic& f bk{MaJi/ijkcfa)>ttye*t) ^ott being'*Bc'd how the0*er-i * jures tothe Breda CoHgfefs went'on; aUJwer^d, That he �*� fQund, -frcin the-Beha'v4oVn' aneHndlftrerrce of fome 0^ ' the intefefting Parties, 'twas like to fail of prbduting'rh^ ' happy Ifiue. iatented by his -Coart; ---to which- th ' King with great Warmth, reply'd, MonRtur, 'twer, 4 teHirfhrjodr'Cburtfatieyieht'on that Head; txe ar< 4 tborcughlyapmaihhd'OutTb the Views and Demands of tacbl � Povier, vnttj&bfr be "firry idfihJydur ^Mafier tiro'w any ' Obfiaiie in the Why, or NjeS/utb^ifrnfAj be migbt  ice :of the Arrfval there of a Spaniard of high Dignity, in order to comjslU jnentthe Marqttis Tabertiega on his return from his long) ExilOj ^nd^ea/h, the real Difpofitions-bf the Cotiu of Ltfb-' Aon* as. 'twas thought -that^J6b^man was thoroughly ac-^uain^ thcr^t^Before hfr left Efagiarid. . 6n Wedhefday.laft Ivtr. Vflfers, .his Majefty!s later It^-nifter at the Court pfBerlin, arrived here Mm Holland. We hear the Puke's n*w raifed Regiment will be cdm-i pofed of Light-Hbr^, aiod that the SeVjeants and Corporals! w$ be ch  |Bbd OjUipS'fe alvtays worthy of tmlaUoti: . , . Yefterday Moruhig at one b"eiock a etea*ar�il Frr^ Hkf-pen'd in Brook-ftrcet, Grofvenor-Sqtiife; which beg^S tn or near a Timber-Yajd belonging' to. Mf.rthiflip^, wbrch was intfrely confum'a, together with the Bear Ale-houfe adiokjingi MfiQrsgojry^s a Farrier^ and two other fmafl fioufes, and tome Stables. It is laid Mr. Phillips's LQ"is amounts to 5606 I. 1 Oh WHAeTchty lift U two pt Mr^Sedtt's4 Servants', a ^ery great Dftfcf!Uf orf MHfftrrili, Wetfihinpr,. w^e ^tending the Still the Tf.tmk" of the Ctfck buVff, b'f which AecT-deritthe' arid anetfief SeV^aai wer^.botK fcatdSc itt fo' terrible i rmtrrnef, tha^ theVw^e oblig,a id rred tor the IrihrMry irr jsrries'rtreei. iria "ds thoafiif Bty wrrlboTh-lo^fefWofthiiffjegsT "   - * YiE^erda^ Mr. Chan#ejx ^tl*^^r.WJiJli ' j^lwo^mtojps^c^afes w^k^yery el^gam U- i at,Mr> Jefeph � LjtEh's, th> King's Arms ia the High-Street, Portf- ' "mOUtfi. ! r �- ...... �.. The fitrafrp^y Jailed ou.t of. thjg Harbqftr Jo Cowes, the.JamfesCjjjtel ^ijpi with a/H^adred. and. Fifty, jtfo * P^ners oh board, bound to St. Maloes, moll ol therri 'Officers,^ ...       ,      ...... .! ^S>*W ?t%the>d,. prince .Oeorgew tb^l George, ' ^t.Geqrgg, Pon^els.^oj^ aiid San4�jich Me* of Wau i '. Pi#� JfksfrlP.,FiA�efi _apd. Weaiel.SJUp^;.aad ' Panther Armed Veffel. xIn tne\Harbour the Chicheftg-; ' C^nttixioii, Duke, Sanderlahd, and Grand Turk. Wind � S.W.'b'kH^s^ard.; ; . r  _  ...... ^xtr^^ff. a LttUrfrtty Denver, $ept. 3c.    .1. J $lnte^y.lati^n(Hhing cou.^ comei in.or.gQ.oat o�:thi* / Xort^"and_th'eiWjnjds h?ve. BeTo.yjpleni^tha^we are in � Fear of'it's doing ^reat^apagftp^Qar Shipping.   We < hear that three of the Ddver Privateers have put into C O N SIDE RATI O N S; 'kkniljjfctutit'.fa '^enbus Thoughts e/every BRITISH! PR QTE S T A N.l', as a preparative to de goc Ae baneful Evils, which were rolling in upoci us like the mighty Surges t)t t^e Oceah, threatening unfrlml Ruin."j :ix& fl� inM be highly fit to bring them und^r Recbl&Sioif, torbrward this moil becoming and^Hfrhtful Wo& of PraSfe to God.-What lefs , _ ,.    a' free iple; p&S8Ei& 'tVeVjr one i& b^ Prajietty^ u&iet'a Proteibnt Prince^ (the trueft Father and friend of hh Gbttft-ity,) JbV�rn|fig by Law f if tnjoy!i|g an dpen Gdfpel, with tffl Lfy&ty to conflflt;ahd?ive by it i ff tKefe be t$e ^ft'eyflhent Wefinks j ^H&\ jnSft It to be depriv'd of them all? T&;,npo: in thefr VolmiPlury&r and Ra|>ihp/ *no^ Security 'for t;hfefty*, Prbpirty, kfr 'Reffgioh, but.^H tihdertht TV^tnhy 6t\ 4oife abinreo: PepHh preterwier, tvlible Will'nratr Law, atidthe Will of his Priefts "Gbfpel, luM wnbfe' Couhfellots 'ittft Courtiers Would Be' PahdeVs ^-fl^' Interjjfts of ftatiee ah'd Rome ? But from |li tftffe Erlls lialfli G6d dfelivered us ! Oficg his Pralfes with , � II. To 'ehhahce a^ewfe of dfviiie G6odne&, fet us re-�Imember oUr tfirtoorfkin'tfs to'rece'i'vtfuch eminent Favours. �rw.r- fa gj-S&rjfeft    afed 'afesl our Crrnies (g$h tafia TheTe ,   , ifaifcfo timfer^'a Utbrfms ?) the greateft alfo. Hoods pf 1melegl6n. ^cJnt'empt of divine Worfhip, Profanation bf � the -m^ rkfett-Narire, In Oaths, Curies, and daily Perjuries. &c.J with aJJ m^nn'er.of Lukbry, UnrighteobOiefs, IntafcpieVah*;- ^iid Defiaucheri??, greatly fupplled from tnfc Am^berldft Sources Of� eVerflowinVDiveriiohs, (which �A^o^tfefafe Ateis d^ltingoiihedbyT entirely deftruaive vcrca j now noes; ir 'magnuy tne mercy granted, (and ihduld; in Prbbftrtlon; bur PraHe)) ifhat fccb I People have theft Sack^VH taken off, and ate fefirfed With ttladhefc by the^hlpbteht Hand they Hif incente'd, ahd Tim/s witfioot NBmber brb^ok'd kt^.l^l, .... dernShds, - ---a--------......t � HbtBe ffleht: OIa>hl, rhy GOfl, twilF give Thanks unto .ffieeie+eyet!    '4 III. To be moi^Sffec^ed.wlth- the Mercy we cornnrie-"ladrite; let lis1 KeVib\i it feff 'lb'the 6f Ihe many ^  !e eapter? rf-tfife hazard Sloop; - thaftlje Enemy pet mitted" (aga^nfl the wJ35eft' Council) ou"?; Army to MfofeSptii- ffla^heir bfoodv Order of nb Quarter* 4WSfi? flfeft dtfeb'vired;        - Whdib is wife, and wtll Qbfef|ethBfc TRftgs^ even they Ml ur
                            

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