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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 14, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. TUESDAY, &c to fi � r 14, I746. U M B. 3732� �W, Oliober 12. REMAIN in the Downs his Majc-fty's Ships, Fox, Surprize, Gibraltar, and Mercury, with the homeward-bound bhips. Wind N.E. Gravefend, Oil. n. Pafs'd by the Princefs Louifa, Hemke, and Princefs Royal, Neys, from Friezland ; Providence, Law-fon, for Norway ; Prince Pru-chia, Dawinuft, from Coleberg; Young Peter, Grew, from Amfterdam; Statwifer, Horfer, fiom Hamburgh. Falmouth, Oil. g* Arrived the Granada Bomb. William, Daniel; andWilliairij Madge, from Briflol. SaiPd ihe Expedition Pacquet, for Lifbon. WindN.S. foftfmcuth, Oil. 12. Yefterday came into the Dock the Folkfbne Man of War to repair her Damage. Came to Spithead the Weazle Sloop of War from a Cruize, and has brought in two French Privateer!, one of 6 Carnage Guns, and 4J Men, and the other 10 Guns, Number of Men unknown. Pcoi, 0:1. 11. Cime in North Star, from Gottenburg. Sailed the Profperous, for Plymouth. Wind E.N.E. Cotves, Oil. 11. Sailed Duke of Cumberland,-Eafom; St. Thomas, St. Barbe; and Sr. George, Dormer, for O-porto ; Jeffrow Johanna Therefa, for Co:k. The Betty, .Brown ; and Bogle, FIcmming, from Virginia, are arrived at Glafgow. The Lilly, Wallace, from Rotterdam ; Spencer,-, from Glafgow ; and Indian Queen, Maxwell, from Dumfries at Virginia. The Difpatch, Wclfh, from Barbadoes, at Dublin. The Constant, Williams, from London, at Mahone. The Wexford, Lyons, from Philadelphia, at Barbadoes. and Tirlemont, that all the Convents and Churches cf thnfe three Places, without Exception, are changed into Hofpitals, which are crouded with weunded Men, and that there are fome even in private Houfes. It is thought, that this Affair, joined to the Detachment which M. Saxe is obliged to maice for Britany, will occasion the French Army to defer till another Opportunity the Operations that they propofed to make before the Cloie of the Campaign ; and that they will feparate the 20th Inibnt in order to go into Winter-Quarters. Biujfdi, Oct. t 7. Amidff. the various Accounts received herefrom the Army, concerning the Aftion on the 11th, we oblerve, that tuofe which magnify moll the Lofs of the Allies, and ieften that of the French, come from Officers that were in the Left Wing of the French Army, and (aw nothing of the Affair, Upon the whole, it is our Opinion, that, if every Victory (he has got, had coft her as dear as this, fhe would have been very Jittle Gainer by it. Extrail of a Letter from Liegei Oil. 6. ' Since the Action on the 1 ith, the Allied Army is re- * tired to the Neighbourhood of Maeflricht, and that of ' Prance to Tongres. Curiofity having excited many Inha-' bitantsof this City to go and view the Field of Battle, * before -the Dead were carried oft-or buried, it was rey ' marked, that the Number of the French was much more ' confiderable than that of the Allie.% and that, in parti- * cular, there was not fo many hundred of the latter as � fome Gazettes fay thoufafids. The Imperial Huffars be-' gin to appear again in our Suburbs, and Yefterday they � took feveral French Officers. LONDON. The Prince of Litchtenftein is fuddenly expected again in Italy, where it is laid, there will be two Imperial Armies, one under him, and the other under Marfhal Count Brown. In the mean Time, the Troops in the Modenefe encreafe daily, and, we are told, that Cardinal Albani has demanded a Paffage for 24*000 Men thro' the Ecclefiaflic State. The Marquis de Bbtta is going to refide on his own Ef-tate, having quitted the Command. There are Letters from Italy which mention the abandoning of Ventimig'ia by the French, and take no Notice of any Action on that Occ'.fion. T'hey arealfo fo particular as to fay, they nailed up feven Pieces of Cannon in their Hafte, and left only 300 Men in the Citadel. Advices from the Netherlands in general, both from the Allied and Freech Armies, agree, that they are going into Winter-Quarters; and, we are toldrfrom Bruffels, in particular, that the Baggage of the General and Fieli Officers is coming in continually. We hare. certain Advice from Falmouth, of the 9th Iciftaut, that four Tranfports of Admiral Leftock's Fleet, were^rrived there, and give an Account, that the Troops under General Sinclair ianded the 21ft of September, O.S. at Qaimp:rlay, and march'd directly to Poit TOrient, and was btforc it five Days, but they re-imbark'd on the 28th\ and that on tne ill lnfhnt, a violent Gale of Wind came on, in which feveral of th?: Transports \a\ their Anchors, it being foul Ground, and the whole Fiect was obliged to put to Sea ; avid the above four Ships being feparated frorti the rell of the Fleet, made the belt of their way to Fal* By the Cartel Ship arrived at Plymouth we have Advice, that on the 6tfc Inftant, O.S. the TygerJ -a French Privateer of 36 Guns, retarn'd to S't. Maloes. very much ffiat-r ter'd in >n.�ngagerpent with the Ttrfcany, Sprackhng,' fro.a London for Leghorn, ou the ifltnft. off the tizardV The Tufcany fought till fhe had five Foot Water in her Hold, and ner Captain kilrd, and then mc ftruck 4 but foon after founder'd, with feveral of her own Crew, and the Privateers Men on board. The Friend's Goodwill, Weer, from Stockholm; and the Dorothy, Lifter ; and Concord, Spantou, both from Ptterfburgh, for London, are all Ioit on Aihnold Reef.' The Ships from the Baltick, who failed from Elfineur the 6th Inltant, N.S. under Convoy of his Majeity's Ships the Flamborough, Rofe, and Difpatch Sloop, were ac Flechery in Norway, on Saturday the 3d.loft. O.S. ar.d were to fail the Monday following for England. We hear, that his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland will fet out in a few Days for the Bath, in 6Vder to accompany his Royal Sifters to London. > Yelterday the Court met at St. Margaret's-hill, por-fuant to their Acjourhmeht, when Sir Martin Wright, die of the Juilices of the Court of King's Bench, Sir James Reynolds, one of the Barons of the Exchequer, and Mr. Juilice Clarke, being feated on the Bencn, the Keeper of tne Goal was ordcr'd to bring to the Bir Sir James Kin-lecru and Rtderick fviac Cullogh, and the Clerk of the Arraigns having ie=id their Indictments for High Treafdn, they both pleaded Guilty, relying intirely on his Majefty's Mercy. The Grand Jury had five Bills prepared, but two only were found, fl-r want of Witnefles, who are not yet come from the North. The Bills found^ were againft James Buchanan, and Andrew Spruell, for High Treafon. And then the Co\ift adjourn'd to Wcdnefday the 2 2d Inibnr, when the TsiaLs of the Rebel Prilbners will certainly begin. V-Laft W eek was married at Peterborough Charles Beate, Efq; to Mifs Clavering, Daughter to the Right Rev. the Lord Bifhop of that Diocffe. On Wcdnefday laftCrpr. Page of the Eaton Frigat,who died lately in the Downs, was hindfomely interr'd in St. Mildred's Church in Canterbury. The beginning of hit. Week the young Fellow who robb'd Mr. Peters, an eminent Goldfmith ih the Borough ofSouthwark, was taken at North-Allerton in Yorkfhux, by the Poilmaller of that Place ; !�ut as they were carrying him over a Bridge, totheHoufeof a Juftice of Peace, he leapt into the River, and was drowned in the fight of all the People. On Friday Night laft one Mr. Gower, a Staymaker, was ilopt in F!ee;-llreet by three Ruffians, who robb'd him of his Watch and about 11 s. in Silver. Falniouth, Oil. 9. This being the Thankfgiving Day for the Glorious Battle of Culloden, by the magnanimous Duke cf Cumberland, the Independent Company raifed here, j.r.d Commanded by our late Mayor, William Pye, Efq; met on the Parade under Arms, and proceeded to Chu;ch, and from thence to the Marketplace, where they fir'd three Vollies. In the Evening the Corporation and Officers met, and drank the Healths of his M^jeftj^ their Royal Highnefs the Duke and Dutchefs of Cornwall, the Duke of Cumberland, and Royal Family, with feveral other Loyal Toafts, at.each of which a Volley was fired by a Party of the Indep^ndant Company : There were feveral Bonfires, and the Town throughout was finely illuminated. Warwick, Oil. 11. Yefterday, which was the Birth-Day of the Right Hon. the Earl Brooke, his new-born Son was baptizM by the Name of George, his Majefty having done him the Honour to be Godfather : Upon which Oc-cafioh a numerous Company of Gentlemen from the Town and Neighbourhood of Warwick, dined at the Caftte with his Lordibip. The other Inhabitants of the Town, and his Lordfhip's Tenants were likewife entertain'd at the: Caftleand the Evening concluded with Fireworks, and other Expreflions of Joy. SCOTLAND. Edinburgh, Oil. 6. We hear that the Faref! ofGaick, which lies betwixt Ruthvgrf, Mar and Athol, is the Place of Rendezvous for the Stragglers who have lately infelled the Country upon the Norm Coaft, an Inihnce of which happened lately j a Man came to a Minified Htfufe in Bu-chan, when .there were none in it except hirnfe'.f and fome Children, the relt being at a Market, and delivered a Letter to him, and told him he muft have 10 I. to which., the Minifter arrfwer'd, he could net give it ; the Wan infilled on his Demand. In- the mean while, five or fix of his Co trades came in'with theirFaces difguifed, and fuppor-ted the Claim ; he offered them fix Shillings, which was '. all he had in his Pocket; but the Gang not contented with this* went t� his Drawers. too;k out about fix Guineas and 5 4; 1. in Silver, fo went off, with dreadful Threatmng% if ' any No'rfe was made about their Exploit. AD V ERTISE M L^N J S are taken in tor this Paper, at Lloyd's Cbpf e 1 House, in Lombard-Strrct,
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