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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 28, 1846, London, Middlesex .v: vJ i' tin,: � :iiL.. ' 'i �-^\^A a \i .... riu4v � Dealt OTfober 26. ' ' EM A IN his Majefly's Ships Ad-rj vice, Briftol, Litchfield, Experiment, Lys, and Ferret Sloop, with the Tranfpo'rtS) and alFthe Outward-bound as in my laft. Lame-down the Hunter, Keate*, for Newfoundland; Alexander, Reeves, for Dartmouth ; Suc-ceii, Watts, for Liftjn ; Leah, Drummond, for Virginia. Wind �S by W. ^Graiiefeni, 08. 26. Paf�'d by the Mary and Hellen, Nelfon; and Princefs Lomfa, Davis,.from Norway; the Speedwell, Whitwood, from Gibraltar; Succefs, Coxon; 2nd London Hope. D-vifon ; Speedwell, Hooper ; Rettery, Redwood ; Hopewell, Marfhall i and Owner's Sup-pi;, Hooper, all from Peteifbug. Falmouth, Oct. 23. Yefterday the Prirte Frederick Packet arrived from Li/bon; and faii'd the king Gfeorge Packet for L.fban. Wind 5.E. fool, Od- 25. Came in John and Elizabeth, Spragg, from Plymouth ; and William and Martha, KUowles, from duxham. WindN.W. Covin, 0:t. 25* . Yelterday put "back Elizabeth and Mary, Chevalier, having parted with the Convoy in a violent Storm; and jutt put back the JoFeph and Anne, jjupre, who parted in tne fame Storm. On the 23d in the Evening came afhore in Chale-Bay, the Back of the lileot Wight, a large Si'ip, which we. hear belongs to Holland, and came from Spain laden with Salt and Wool; all the People got fafe on Shore. The Elizabeth Morris, from Lor.don, is arriv'd at Co-k. TheEmprefs, Jodd, from Peterfburgh in the River. r;'heNa cy, --, f'om Bnrtol, at New York. 'i'JieGriffin, --,'from Leverpool* at Philadelphia. drc/den, 03. 23. Our Generals have received Orders from Warfaw to reinforce ali tire Troops in Upper and Lo*er Lufatiaj with-fome others to be drawn from the interior Parts or this Electorate, and to put this Corps in Reai'inefs to marcn orl-the tint Notice. It is laid, that ilia fame Difp. fitiuns.will alio extend to the Troops that ere in Thuningia. Five Days ago a Courer arrived hefe from Munich, who immediareiy continued his Route for WaTfaw. We learaed on tins' Occafion, that the Elector of Bavaria is making fuperb Preparations for the Journey he intends to take hither at trie Heg nning of next Year, accompanied by the Princefs his S Iter, in order to celebrate tneir double Marriage. The Order publilhed in the King of Pruffia's Dominions, *oprohibit the fending rut any Grain, does not extend to the Principally of Anhalt, from whence the,Subjects of this Electorate ftill procure it. Tnree Field-OfHcers, ieve-ralSubalterns, and about 24. Se'je.ints and Corporals, are gone Poft to ra;le Recruitsin Pohih Pruffia, and particularly in the Territory of Dar.tzick. The Waters of the Elbe, which have been very low, begin to rife, which mew us that the great Drought is, at lalt, ever in Bohemia. According to Advices from Prague, an incredible Number of young Men entrr voluntarily into tne Service, was fortified in the Reign of Lewi. XIV.' We fixpefit � to hear the News of an Action frora xhe Side of Italy, which may �-dtterrome the Fita of Provence. The I Actions of the Indi*.Company acf 1185 Livre^ & Cologne, Oa. 28. General Baron Trips, wlrt) has b-en : * Brown and DufTeldorp, upon a Commiffion concerning ^inter-Quarters for the Imperial Tr.>ops, has been here J JomeDny*but we k'niv not the Succefs of h s Commit L�a. It is pretended h^vever, jhiC three 'Regiments of Horfe will \$k up.tjieir^ %arWr3^'^ Jj^a^ MM' others wi'j be fen*,tpt6 jhat. Mfe ��ch* T Juliers; and tfiat'tr\eXriperiai Ciei�ral^U_ ep \\fh t^r Head-Quarters at Aix'-Ia-^ljapeliei wdnt^thaCommi^ ries-of this Eleftotate are gone to cOflfe^.wuh.Ceunt aaia-biifgh, the Imperial CommUfety G t ner|tl of War. L O N D O N;,> Cojy of 1 a Letter from on Board his MajiffiY 'Ship 'Leaox\ Capt. Lawrence. Port-Royal, Jamaica, Aug.\^, l.74'6i ' TX/E arrived hetf Yelifrday, .pfter two Month* ' yV Oruise,;pnder Command of i*ap:ai'n Corneliai Mitcnel ; our Squad^on-conhUed of Five Sail, viz. the Straff-rd, Plytaqph, and Worcester, of 60 Guns j the '' Len'qx, of.'.70 Guns ; Mj'ford, of 44 Guns>; and the Drake Sloop. We hayng Intelligence of a French Fleet being arrived.at Port l.ouis, we were ordered to intercept them in th^ir way to Laogdn,. but oefore we got up to Windward they got. in fafe 1 however} ?s we knew that the greateft Part ,of the Convoy; were b-'Und to Cape Francois,- we kept cruizing: off (>pe Nichola. On the 3d of Augutti about 3 in the Afternoon, we fpied about 40 Sad to Lfeward, and made t&e>'Signal to^ the Commodore^ and he jnade anoth
Admiial L.ellock's. Squadron, were arrived at ^pithead, from Cape Quiberon. . The Twb Brothers, Emmett, from NeW-England, is *loft in the Orkneys. The Bleffihg, chapmao, from Gaffle, is afhare an the Spit In the Swin. : The Lucia, Child, from Philadelphia to Jamaica, is taken arid carried into LaogQn. The Welcome, Macfun ; a^d John, Francis,- frorrf IConingfbur'gh^ for dlafgow, are taken, and carried into4 Dunkirk. 1 M. Van Hoey; fo famous for his Irirerpofitions at the Court of France, has been fo complaifaht as to employ them in Favour of the Earl rf Morton; by a Letter to M. D'Argen'bn, but hitherto,without Effect. According to Letters from Rochefcrt, there is a Sufpf-cion, that f >me Perfons at'Rocheilf, where the Prcteftants are Hill pretty numerous, hold a Correfpondence with the Eng i.fh. Thefepoor People have lately been cruelly ufed, one of their Mimilers and fev'eral private Perfons having been branded with the Fleur-de-Lis, ar.d fent to the Gal-lies. We hear that his Majefty and the Royal Family, will not Remove from Kenfington Palace, to St. James's, in Order to keep hh Birth Day on Thurfday next, on Acr count of his Indifpolition, and the fame will be put off ibr a few Days. Yefterday the Ode for h:s Majefty's Birth Day, Com-poi'd bty Col ey Cibber, Efq; Poet Laureat, and Set to Mufick, by Dr: N-fauriceGieen, Mafter of his M.-jefty's Band of Mulick. Was Rehe. rs'd at the Golden-Lion ard Devil Tavern, Temple-Bar. l.a't Night their Graces t\e Duke of Dorftt, Prefident of hi* Majelty's Council, and his Du hefs, arriv'd in Iowa at his Hojfe at Whitehall; frefm their Seat at Knowle; near Sevenoakc^ in.Kent, for the Winter Sea^dn. This Day Alderman Benn, Lord Mayor Elect for the' Year enfu'ing, will be Sworn at Guildhall,- when the Chair and other Enfligns of Mayoralty, will be lurrenderM ttf hini, in the accurtpmM.Manner. And To-morrow, his_ Lordfhip will go with the cfual For-, xnalitv, to WeftminlTer-Hall. \ Lalt, Week Thomas Green, cf Sackvil'e'Street, St. Jame'j's,- Efq; was married to-Mifs Brown, .only Daughter" and Sole Heirefs of -r- Brown, late, of Elfins, in. the Cputity'.of Norfolk, Efq; deceas'd, a rodft agreeable younj Lad^, with a very cohfiderableForture. A few Days knee---- Thib.uld,' Efq; of the Ifland of Antigua, a ^Gentleman of 30001. per Annum^ was married to Mi'fs.Henrietta Bearer of DeVonfhire-Stjuar�,- a 'L*dy of great VJerif and fjeaiity. .... ~. - :; ; Saturday laft died at Kis Houi'e near Bedjfcrd- Row, ;M/-'-Tihomas Alexander, aft eminent and Wealthy' Mafler-BuilJer. A V V E RT iSt1' M!(, NTS arc take:-, in tor ihrs.Payer, > Lt^Vo's Gwffsb-Ho^JI, m Lo'mbarrj-Strrci.
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