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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 4, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertjfer. V M B. 375 a. T-'U E S DA Y,   N.ovem ber*4, 1746. Mi Deal, November 2. rIS Majefty'iShip the Litchfield, and Briftol, with the Montague Storeftiip, and the two Outward-bound Ships, are preparing to fail.   Wind E.byS. Port/mouth, Nov. 2. Pafs'd by the Neptune, Fowler, from Coning/burgh ; the Refolution, ' Baker; from Stockholm ; Hope, Folkes, from Zurickzee ; Swift, Bel!; Dolphin, Neaton; and Pilot Boat, Robinfon, from Amfterdam. The Horner, Perry, from Cork; and Africa, Hard-wick, from Africa, are arrived atBarbadoes. The Neptune, Beatfon, from London ; and Experiment, Bond, from Briftol, at Gibraltar. The Hopewell, Haddock, from Madeira, at Portf-mouth. The Mediterranean, Hurft, from North-Carolina, at Haverfordweft, The Mortimer, Lanfdown, from Virginia, at Briftol. The Friendship, Noble, from Barbadoes, at Whitehaven. The Entcrprize, Davifon, from Antigua, at Portsmouth. TheSuccels, Richardfon, from Peter/burgh, at: Shields. The St. Lawrence, -T-, from Cork, at Lifbon. The Prince Rupert, Dobfon, from Santa Cruz, at Falmouth. The Lady Eleanor, Wagener, from Gottenburgh, in the River. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland.   " Naples, OS. 18; Four Battalions of our Troops.are arrived from Lombardy, and fix more are expected. AH the it.ooo Spaniard* are-Kfeewrfe exp-tted in a Ihort Time, which upon the whole, when united, will make us an Array of 30,000 Men. . Our 4 Gallies and 2 Galliots are gone to the Coaft of Tulcany, in order to keep ther Gaines of Sardinia within forae Bounds of Refpecl. Mantua, OB. 28. General Brown fet out on the 2 2d for St. Pietro d Arena, in order to put himfelf at the Head-of the Troops that are to invade Provence, the Foremoit of which are already arrived in that Country. The King of ^Sardinia is making all the neteflary Provifions at .Nice for this Expedition ; and, we are ami red, that the Garrifon of the Caltle of Ventimiglia capitulated on the 20th, and are all furrender'd Prifoners of War. From tht General Quarters at St. Pietro a* Arena-, 03.28." We are getting together here the Tranfports neceftary for {ending io,oco Men by Sea into Provence, in order to make a Diverfion, fupported by the Engliih Men of War; Count Brown is expected here hourly, and the Expedition againft Naples i, certainly fufpended. itn na, Oil. 29. Signor Diedo, the new Venetian Am-Jbaffador, has had his firll Audience of their Imperial Maje-fiics, and the Emprefs Dowager. The Jewels that were pledg'd at Genoa for 4 50,000 Florins, have been brought hither. -The Princefs of Lobkowitz is fet out to join the Prince her Confort. Chamberry, Nov. 1. The Qaarrers appointed in Savoy for.an Augmentation of 5000 i>paniards being'quite pre-par'd, the firlt Column of thofe Troops arrived here on the 26th paft. Our Advices from-Piedmont, concerning die Enterprize threatned againft Provence, take Notice, that the Route of the Auitrian Cavalry is fettled by the Province of Coni, the Col de Tende, the Cat Mountain, and the Valley ef St. Martin, in order to enter France from the County of Beuil, thro; the Defiles of St. Leger. This would1# a very rough March, even in the Summer, and the prefent Seafon very mu;h increafed the natural Obftacles. Cologne, Nov. 7. Duke Charles of Lorrain, having fet out this Morning at Seven from* the General Quarters at Ambie, palled thro* here between Four and Five in the Afternoon, under a doable Diftharge of the Artillery. We have good Advices from the Upper Mofelle, that the Imperial Troops have got the Start of the French, and taken Poffeffion of Graven, marched to Igel, 2 Leagues above Treves, where the Sare and the Sure fall into the Mofelle. \   Extra8 of a private Letter from Paris, Nov. 4. >'* There is nothing fo infertile as the prefent Field of ^ News.  The few Things that are'talked of, are accom-' panied with fo nuny. Uncertainties, that a rwfonable Mind adopts them with Pain.  Such are, among others, Jt)16 ^ePorts tnat nave *�r f�me Time been current with "Regard to the Dauphin's Marriage, which is, at prefent, 'he enly general Objecl of Public Attention.  Everyone marries this Prince according to bis own Fancy, now with one Princefs, and now with another. Some Days ago the Voices were unanimous for the infanta Maria'Ahtb-nietta: But To-day they' are all changed, and Nobody doubts but his-Alliance will be with a Princefs of Poland.. The King alone fays notning that can (hew to which Side he is inclined: But the Miniiters are not fo myfterjous in their DifCourte, and fpeak of the latter without Referve, as] a Thing abfoluteiy concluded. It is thro' them that we penetrate the Secret, which will not be fo any longer, after the Ceremonies preparing at Notre Dame for the deceafed Dauphinefs are over. In the mean Time, this Affair is talked of fo pofitively, that fome pretend the;Duke de Richlieu, others the Duke de Niverneis,' is a&ually nominated to go to Warfaw, in order to demand that Princefs. The Duke de Huefcar, Ambaffador from Spain, exclaims againft the Preference given to the Princefs of Poland o'v�r the Dauphinefs j and, as he attributes this fole'y.to the Minifters, he is faid to cxprefs'hkrifelf in ijefy iharp Terms againft them. ; As to the irregularity of%'arrying the Sifter of a former Wife, he treats it as a Trifle, and fays it is not without 1 Example.  We have received no News from Italy by the two laft ' Polls ; and it is only by indirect Ways, that we learn, ' that M. Brown has paffed the Var with his Auftrians, t  for Glaf^ow, is re-taken by two of his Majefty'2 Slocps of War ; bot fince run aflioar near Ramfgate.          , Orders have bern fent from Vienna 't& the Tufcxn Troops, which have been fo lorig encamped �utmt_JJii^, for them to repair into Winter Quarters ;. fo tha; tin-Thoughts of feizasgthe DiitricVcf Miffii-Saizana feems to be ar, prefent over. The Polifli Diet having got over the Difficulties that are ufually fatal to it at,the Opening, proceed in ttnfi-nefs with great Regularity; which gives the People Hope* that fomething will be done with regard to the Augmentation of the Forces, the Promotion tif Trade," the Settlement of the Limits rewards Ruffia and Turk}-, the improving their. Alliances with Foreign* Powers, and the Election of a new Duke of Courland.: It is reported,.-.that the Auilrians ahd Piedmonterc have formed an Army ^T^g^n Mur* in:Fr""*r""'r-,rt^ ["trta^ it vvmld rmmedmely be increafiid Number. to a much greater The Waters being very much out in the Weft, the Mail from thence did not came in till Cx o'clock Vdlerday in the.E?ening4 ,       , ......�  � Brijlol, Nov. t. ThurfJay laft being the Anniverfary of his Majefty's Birth Day, the fame was. obferv'd here in a Command, as foon as it (hall be ftrong enough temake very loyal and dutiful' Manner ; the Morning being afher'd ' Head againft the Auftrians and.Piedmontefe.' h     � in with Ringing of Bells, and Firing thegreat Gannon left Brlfels,.Nov.7. The 200,000 Rations of Forage, ^1^'^^ ^/^^u^.^S^ which this City and its Diffrid were to furniQ,, are reduced ^Si^vfi ThX ^ff^^^d aljd to. 12o,pob.- All the French Troops in tbefe Provintes here; ^ which was loyalfy.feconded cn the haveDVders to hold, themfelves continually in Readinefs to march.   Count Lowendahl is expected here To-day or To- ,| :moprowB in order to concert with M. Saxe the Meafurt.ne ceflary for the Security of the Country, and the Quarters" of the Troops during the Winter, Amfterdam, Nov. Q. They write from Brittany, that the Engliih are re-imibarked a feebnd Time, after having caufed a great deal of Damage; that they have not, however, entirely quitted the Coaft, but detached a Part of their Fleet, according to fome for Lower Normandy, and according to others for Belleifle; and that many Ships of War ftili cruize about the Coails, which makes the People very uneafy with regard to their future ^Attempts. Hague, Nov. 10. Baron Reifchach, Envoy Extraordinary from their Imperial Majefties, and Mr. Trevor, the Britifti Plenipotentiary, received each of them a Courier Yefterday frpm London ,* the firft of which continued his Route to Vienna, and the other has been difpatch'd to Lord Sandwich at Breda. The Horfe Guards are expefled on Tuefday or Wed-nefday next. We hear that the Hanoverian Troops encamp ftill about El ten, not far from Venlo ; and that the, Auftrians will take up their Winter Quarters in the Dut-chies of Luxemburgh and Limburgh, except eight Battalions which are gone into Maeftricht. LONDON. This being the Birth-Day of King William the Third, of Glorious Memory, who was born Nov. the 4th, 1650, and alfo his Wedding Day, he being married Nov. the 4th 1677, will be obferv'd by all Lovers of Liberty. Yefterday the Right Hon. the Chancellor of the Exchequer, and leveral others of his Majefty's moll Hon. Privy-Council, and the Judges met at the Exchequer Chamber, Weftminfter, and nominated - three Gentlemen in each County of England, to ferye the Office of Sheriff for the enfuing Year, which Lifts are to be prefented to his Majefty, in order to prick down one for each County to ferve - the feid Office. Laft"Night the Right Hon. John Lord Fortefcue Aland, (late one of the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas) lay at the Point of Death, at his Houfe in Southampton-Row, Jockey-Fields. We hear that all the Men of War' which arriv'd lately at Portfmouth and Plymouth, are prder'd to be. got ready for the Sea with the.utmoft Expedition. The Sarah, Vefs, from Antigua,' for Briftol, is re-taken by the Warren Gaily PrivateeiC 'and fenV into Falmouth.' ' There is Advice, that the Thames, Marchant, was arrived at Smyrna.  She was chae'd fevetal Hours by four French Men'of War off Cape Matapan, the Entrance-of-thc Archipelago.     , Birth-Day, as a farther Teftimony-of a thankful and grateful People, for the Life of his Majeftyy and the never to be forgotten Deliveiance of this Kingdom from Popery- -^weff; and AiWWirf WWBI. ' "'. " T"B"VM*^ We hear that Orders are gone to the Weft-Indies, for fome Commanders in the Fleet to refign, arid return home. By the Journal of theMars Mari of War, one of the Duke D.'Anville's Squadron brought into Plymouth by the Nottingham Man of War, there is ftientioft'd that that Fleet had taken two Ships the 30th of Auguft, and one the 7th of ISeptember: They told the French Commodore that they came from Jamaica with eleven Sail ; therefore the Ships that are taken are fuppos'd to.b^**re Jamaica Packet, Callis, the Royal Exchange, M'In;bfli, anu the William and Elizabeth, as tht re are only thefe three milling cf that Fleet. Upon feeing a curious Print of bis Royai Higbnefs the Duke of CUMBERLAND, jujipublijb'd by K. Fcrreft, vjitk Emblematic figuret-of Viftury and Liberty, and Repel-lion Expiring, ^/^^'"i Lhti       made. W HERE Fruits and Flowers the fleril Rocks deny, I n pathlefs Waftes, beneath a freezing Sky, L ailrel how firft was taught to bloom by thee, L aurel ! the Hera's ever verdant Tree ; J uft to *hy Worth, for thee, with Skill Divine,     ^ A Wreath Vi3oria\. joyful Fingers twine, \ M aintain this Crown, Che cries, this Crown is thine, \ D elighted F/e-edom, for her refcued Ifle, U naw'd by Tyrants, thanks thee with a Smile j K no-w/edge, exulting, fpreads the Sacred Page, E fcap'd the Bigot's unrelenting Rage ; O pprejion, trembling, dares no more annoy f firfrffM ,fv- py-       ^r---r C has'd by thy Tbundefs, Superjlitun fled, U nmoy'd her Saiftts, ber Godi, or1 deaf "or dead; M onks,.ithjQ' with Saviours loaded, quit the Shore, B affled and beaten, to return no more; ' E ach BlifVtnat Life from Peace and Plenty draw*, R eligion, Virtue',^ and their"Aid,.the L/iivs, L earning, Wealth, Honour, all to thee we cwe, A s Heav'n'S own Here in the World below ; -N or will I hide thy Name, my Heart, my Hand, D eclare 'tis William Duke of Cumberland. ^ High-Water this Day at London-Bridge, at 6 Minutw after 4. ADVERT tSF'M II N T% are taken in tor this Paper,    Lloyd's Cofpfe-Hovse, in Lombard-Street,   

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