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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 24, 1846, London, Middlesex F 11 I DAY, October 24, 1746. ^AIL'D hit Night hi?.Majefty's Stoops the. Swan and Shark on a Cruize; aind this Morning the , Scorpion.' Arrived Majejiy's his, Ships Cambridge, Rochefter, and Princefs 'Royal 'Storethip*. from t PortTmouth I; Speedwell Tender, ; 1 "Whitw6o^,r,from Mahqne, witfi L'feveral :Coafters. Came down his Majefty's Ships Litchfield, Lys, and Experiment i the John, and Elizabeth Tender, Dean ; Montague, Ellis, for Gibraltar; Nathaniel, Him*-1 ccr, for Dublin ; and remain, with his Majefty's Ship-Bnftol ; Ferret Sloop, and the Outward-bound, as in my ' lafl. WindN.W. Grave/end, 03\ zz. Pafs'd by the Holderaker, Stager, from Stockholm 5 and the William and Mary* Grey flock, from Rotterdam. Milan, 03. 5, The Feaft of St. Francis, whofeName �the Emperor bears* was celebrated here Yefterday with, much Magnificence. The four Noble Gehoefe, who were,' fent hither as Hoftages, are arrived^ and lodge in the Be-. nediftines Monaftery. The fecond Million, which the Genoefe have Cent hither, was brought in 12 Waggons,; each loaded with z Barrels, contnining each 42,000 Ge-nonins. The Booty made by the Imperialifts, fince the; taking of Placentia, iududing what the Genoefe are-fUlls obliged to pay, is computed at above 30,000,000 of Flo-| rins. Berlin, OB. 18. Baron Neuhaus, heretofore the Bava^ �rian Minifter in Rufiw, arrived Yefterday from Peterfburgh^ and M, dc Marteville fet out for Drefden, where he is to; refide in Quality-of Minifter from the States-General. 5 Leipfick, 03. \j: The Prince Kteftoral, with the! Princes Xavies and "Charles, who were here during the* �fair, fet out two. Days ago to return to Drefden. j Undelberg, 03. 17. A Prohibition of fending ProyP Cons out of thi* Electorate was pdWrfhed two Days agi by Order of the Court. As therehas,beena veryj^tntifu Harvril, and the Court is removed from Marthetov �nd| .the Number of. Troops in this Part of the Country i� hut; fmall, we wonder wbatr rr^R6-Re*ferrfjfthisTrecaaribri5 The Troops of Franconia, encamped at Neckars Ulm* have Orders to retDrn on the 27th to their Old Quarters. Thofe of Fulda, and others of the Circle of the Upper Rhine, who are polled at Lampertfheimj Bernftadtk and along the Rhine* expect the like Orders very foon. handfort, Off. 19. As there are 4 Regiments of Bava-rtms (till to pafs by in their Way to the Low-Countries �, the Commiflaries of the Circle of the Upper Rhine, are fet out to receive them. The Pruffian Officers, who were recruiting hereabouts, return fucceffively to their Own . Country, which jjives Room for Conjec\ures> founded on what palled z or, 3 .Years ago\ It is pretended, that a large Body of Troops will be detach'd from the Low-Countries, to winter upon the Upper Rhine,. To this we may afcribe the Prohibition of fending Provifions out of the Palatine Dominions* efpecialry as fome French Commiflaries arrived two Dgys ago at Oppenheim. j Cologne, 03. 21. The Imperialifts are faid to have de� wanded Winter^quarters here for a great Number of their Troops j from which our Magiftracy endeavour to be ex-wfed'by the Example of other Cities of the Empire. LONDON. Her Imperial Majefty has demanded 30,060 Recruits of her Hereditary Eflates, in order to complete her Troopt againft the enfuing; Spring. The Ruffun Troops, which have been canton'd during the Summer in Livonia, have Orders to ktake up their Winter.QaartersinEfthonia. -.V Letters from Vienna fay, that the Emprefs has made a Prefentof 100,000 Florins, arifing from the Genoefe Con., libations, to the Prince de Lhchtenftein, who is fpeedily �to return into Italy, and fome think will have the Government of the Milanefe. Several Jaafenifts have been taken up at Paris for affem-Ming together. 1 he French hating burnt fome Houfes in the Suburbs of St. Walburgh, during the late Action near Liege, M. Saxe has ordered 12,000 Livres ta be paid to trie Proprietors by Way of Reparation. There are a number of fmall French Privateers now in" the Channel; but as feveral of his M-qefty's Sloops are 'ordered to Cruize, it is: fuppos'd they will immediately tadk into their own Harbours, or be brought into Ours. J Extraa bfa letter from Nrw-Turk, Augtiji?i8. * It is with Pleafore I can affdre-yoo, tfrom Jibelhy^ 1 that the greareft Pan Of the Chiefs trf the Six Nations 1 of-Indians have:^wa�ed upon his Excellency our Go-' vcraor there j and have agreed to' take-up the Hatched * againft life Hffijefyft Enenfica:s And alfo, that there is ' thegreateft Probability of being jpm'd in the Expedi- tion isy upwards of 700 Warriors of thofe Nations.' It is faid that General Sinclair has beea reinforced by fome Regiments of Eoo& fince his fepond Defcent at the Point of Quiberon j and that Admiral Leftock is joined, by Several Men of War aqd 16 TraniportJ, wiich brought the above Troops, together with Provifions and other Ne-ceffaries. Thafcthe'Soldiers were all landed, and had ta- �. ken PpftinthfeCamp, which h fo well fortified, that it, was thought morally ioapoffible to force it> being furround-ed by the Sea> except their Frojiti in which they had themfelves cut a deep,Out thro' the Point of L^nd that runs out into the Sea, over which Gut they had thrown Bridges, which they could take up at Pleafure. When the above Accounts came away, the General feemed to be difpofing all Things for fome important Attempt upon Land, whilft tto Admiral made an Attempt upon Belie-Ifle by Sea. Private Letters from Berlin advife, that a Paper (a kind, of Manifeflo) is preparing at that Courtv which will in a fljort Time clear up the real Defigns of his Pruffian Ma- jefty. Yefterday Morning Prince Sherbatow, late Minifter from, the Czarina> fet out from his Houle in Pall-Mall, to embark for Ruffia. - "Yefterday the. Merchants trading to Ruflia gave a grand |-Entertainment at Pontack's to Count Czernichew, the* Ruffian Ambaflador; at which were prefent his Grace the* Duke of Newcaftle, the Right Hon. che Earl of Harring-f ton, and feveral other Perfons of Diftinftion. j ; The fame Day the Barbadoes Merchants gave a very elegant Entertainment, at the fame Houfe, to his Excel-' lenc'y Henry Greenville, Efq; lately appointed Governor^ of that 1 fland ; at which were prefent fome of the Lords'-of the Admiralty, and other Perfons of Diflinftion. . } We hear> that there are fome Accounts in Town� di-recUy from ^aris> which in general-confirm whit has; been faid concerning the. Marquis d'Anvillc's Expedition^ ^gajnft ?ape-BrBtofty-but mentions nothing of the Dhtre# of the Fiench Fleet afterwards. . Yellerday there was Advice� that the Baltick Fleet were arrived on the 21ft Inflaht in Yarmouth Roads. The Right Hon. the Lords of the Admiralty have acquainted the Merchants> that the Convoy for the Leeward Iflands) will be ready to depart with the Trade in twenty Days from the 23d Inftanti Their Lordfhips have alfo given Notice* that the Con* voy for Virginia^ will be ready to depart in fourteen Daysw Notice has been likewife given of the Departure cf the Convoy for Portugal. On Wednefday the Charlotta Yacht* Capt. Edwards^ came to her MoOrings in the River, from Holland. This Morning his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland, fet out for the Seat of the Right Hon. Stephen Poyntz, Efq j at Mitcharn in Berklhire, in order to meet her Royal Highnefs the Princefs of Heffe, who is expected there this Evening from Battn Yefterday being the lit Day of Michaelmas Term, the Right Hon. the Lord Chancellor, the Matter of the Rolls, and feveral of the Judges, Serjeants at LaWj Set. went to Weftminfter-Hall with the ufual Formality, and proceeded on Bufinefsi Several Perfons who flood bound over foe divers Mifdemeanors appeared on their Recognisance in the �ourt of King's-Bench> fome of whom were difcharg'dj and others continued. Yefterday aPrefentation pafVd the Great-Seal to Peter Platell, Clerk, to hold the Vicaridge of Bamftead, alias Bumpftead, in the County of Eflex and Diocefe of London, being prefented thereto by the Right Hon. the Lord Chancellor. As did alfo a Commiffion appointed Henry Greenville, Efq; to be Governor of his Majefty's lfland of Barba* does, in the room of Sir Thomas Robinfon who is recalled. Sir Roger BracMhaigh, Member of Parliament for Wi^ gan in Lancafhire, lies dangeroufly ill at his Lodgings ia St. JamesVStreet, A few Days ago the Gardens of-->Barnaby, Efq; near Kenfingfon Wells, was robb'd by three Rogue* of fome of his Leaden Statues, who coming again for the Remainder, the Gardener prefented a Blunderbuk at them^ which happeaing to mifs fire, two of them mSde their Efcape, but the other was taken and committed to Pri-fon. Yefterday rhe Court fat at St. Margaret's Hill, South'-wark, at which were prefent the Right Hon. Lord Chief JiaHee Lee-, the Hon. Mt. jufHce Wrightv and the Hon. Mt. Baron Reynolds. John Bernet, a Captain of AttifleVy Tn itjie Rebel Army, aild Charles Gordon, a,Lreutenant in Lord Ogilvie's Regiment:, were tried, andfifand Gfcilty Of H^h-'freafdh. ' Tbe latter is a�-Son-'of
from Bburdeaux for the Weft-Indies, all taken by the squadron under Commodore Bof* cawen, and carried into Kmfale. A French Snowj with^o Hogfhftads of Clay'd Sugar4 from Guardaloupe for St.^aloes, taken by the Wilmington Privateer, Capt. Sibbald) and carried to Philadelphia. The St; Georget 300 Tons, 22 Carriage Guns> taken by the Prince Frederick Privateer, Capt. Marfhallj of Rhode-Ifland, and her Confort, Capt. Johnfonj of New-York, after an Engagement of Five-Giafles� in which Capt. Johnfon; and the Mafter of the Prince Frederick, and two private Men were killed. The Prize came from Stk Maloes with a Fleet of 70 Sail, and her Cargo colt 8 or 10,0001- The La Ville de Roan, from Roan to Stockholm/taken by the Carlifle Privateer, carried to Dover. A Bayonne Privateer of 30 Guris and 100 Men, funk by an Englifh Privateer* and all the Grew drowu'd but 5. The Le Bon, Majefque, from Bourdeaux for. MartinicO, taken by the-Blandford Privateer, carried to Briftol. A fmall Fiench Prize, taken by the Diamond Galley, Capt. Goatley, from Leghorn. The Orange Trce, of Amfterdarh, Magnuis, from Ro-clielle for Boulogne, laden'Vvith Brandy and Sugar, takea ;by the Carlifte Privateer,, and ca ried into Dover. CaPc-Owen told the Dutch Captain when he boarded him, that ,he belong'd to Boulogne, and bid him take Care of the Englifh Privateers; 011 which the Dutchmen, believing -him, defir'd he would take Care of his fecret Papers, which difcovered that he was bound fur Boulogne^ iho' pretended for Amftcrdam. ADV ERTISF- MENTS are taken In tor this Paper, ?\Lloyd's CVffex-Hovse, i-n I-onibard-Sucelt
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