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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 8, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. Numb. 375$. SATURDAY,   Novem ber 8,   1746. Deal, Nofoe7nber 6. A M E down the Betfey, Meri-d|th, for Antigua ; and remain with his Majefty's Sloop Scorpion.   WindN.N.E. Dover, Nov. 6. Arrived the Eagle Privateer, Capt. Beazley, from a Cruize ; and has brpught in a Ship call'd the King of Pruf-fia, Schutts, from Koninfburgh, hden with Hemp ; fuppos'd to be bound for France. Wind E.N.E. Falmouth, Nov. 3. Arrived the Wilhelmina, and.the Young Gcrrard, from Altena; Maria Therefa, from Rot. terdam ; and Vried, from ditto, all for the Straits. Sail'd the Try ton, Carter, for Dublin.   Wind Eaft. Plymouth, Nov. 4. Since my la/t came in the Weazle Sloop of War, from a Cruize ; the Exeter Man of War from theEsftward. Remain Admiral AnfonY Squadron, not being yet ready for the Sea.   Wind N.E. Covjcs, i\Vv. 5. On the 3d Jhft. came from Spithead, the Amfterd.im Galry, KofteT, for Curafo ; and is fince (ailed.  Wind N.E. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland. Piter/burgh, Oil. 22. Count Vitzhum, the P.lifh. Mini-Iter, having received an Exprefc from Warfnv, had an Audience thereupon of the Empreft. He has fince declared to the Foreign Miniflers, 4 That as the Affair of the : ' Election of a new Duke of Courland has been upon the � Carpet ever fince the Opening of the D) et, his Polifti * Majefty, attentive to the Good of his Kingdom, had or-' dered him to make fome Reprefentations to the Emprefs ' upon that Subject, and to inform her, that the Commif-' fary of the Republic at Mittau had Orders to lend his � Hand to this Affair.' The Directors of Commerce have been informed, by their Commiffior.ers at Fort St. Anne, fituated on the Mour^i of the Don, that the new Grand Vizir very much favours their Navigation by the Black Sea to Conftantinople, by which Way they have received a great deal of Goods from Turkey Land-fide, it may be taken from us before it be in a State of Refinance. There is even a Report* that this Place is. already batter1 d by Sea and Land with red-hot Ballets, the Englilh Ships in the Mediterranean feconding the Enterprise of the Auftrians. But as this Report is thought to be railed by the Partiians of the Houfe of Auftria, .we do not much credit it. ' Pai is, AW., 11. There is much Talk of a private Treaty between this Crown and that of Spain, the principal Article of which is to be, that the latter fhall furnifh 50 Ships of the Line,  [marry How .'] to be mann'd by French Troops, and employ'd in the Common CauCe i and, it is pretended, that the King of Spain is even raifing the 5th Man of all his Subjects that are unmarried, and able to beaT Arms.-The King, who is refolved to make the greateft. Efforts next Campaign, will take from his Subjects the 5th .Part of their Revenues, inftead cf the 10th, which was before eftablifbed ; ard the Declaration for this Pur-pofe will foon appear.   Lady Morton is let out of the Bailile, and a very learned Englifhman is appointed to examine all his Lordfliip's Papers.   They write from Straf-bowgb, that a great many Englifh have Veen feized there, upon Sufpicion of being the Authors of the late Fire in the Arfenal of Breft.   We ipeak by Conjecture only of the Affairs of Britany and Provence, which makes it fufpected that all does not go right.   The Court, however, affects great Indifference upon thofe Subjects, and M'. D'Argen-fon is faid to have fignified, in an Audience, that Refources not.yet known to the Publick, are relied on by the Court. It is given out alfo, that the King of Sardinia having attempted to-pafs the Var, was repulfed with the Lofs of two Free Companies, and that the Enemy have been obliged to qait the County of.Nice for Want of Projvifions, which M. Maillebois had taken Care to bring away with him in his Retreat! Maejlricht, Nov. 11. Count Bathiani went on the 7th Inftant to vifit the Works at Tongres, which the French had raifed for the Defence of that Paft, and left remaining when they abandoned the Town. He ordered 3 or 403 Pioneers to augment them, and form a Line of Circumva-lation, thatGeneral Trips might be able to defend himfelf. He is to keep his Winter-Quarters there, with 8 Auifrian Battalions, and 6 Companies of Grenadiers. Yefterday w.e had Advice, that a large Dethchment af this Corps iiad feized a very, confirierabte Magazine at Tirletnont, and Yefterday the Court fat at St. Margaret's-Hill, South-wartk ; the Judges prefent were' the ftun. Mr. Juftice Fof-ter, and the Hon. Mr. B iron .Clive.. When Thomas Watfon, late a Tobacconift in Perth, a Lieutenant in Lord OgilvfeYBattaflions, and taken at the Battle of Culloden, was, after a lhott Tryal, found guilty of High Treafon. Hector Mackenzie, of the Parifh of Lochbrom in the Shire of Rofs, and ri Tenant of the Ear? of Cromarf/ie'i. and Enfign in his Regiment, whowss taken Prifoner at the Callie of Dunrobin, by the Argylcfhife Militia" \vhicii the Rebels had taken Pciidhon oi\ was foundXJuilty, -after a Trial of five Hour.-, the Jury withdrawing only a (hart Time.-The Rev. Mr. Jerries Roberti'on, Mfnilter of the Parifh of Lochbrom, gave him the Character cfa Perfon-*?cH � ffffectetH^y- th e -preforrKJ u ve m?l I '-1U-.''  * Then the Court adjourn'J till this Morning'; when the Trial of Major Glaicow, who rais'd the Battery the Hazard S!o 'Madrid, OS. 24. The News that had been fpread of an approaching Marriage between the Dauphin and the In-    that 500 Waggons had been brought thither to remove the fanta Maria-Antonietta has for fome Days paft loft Its    Provifions t? Tong*e�.     � Credit; bat it w generally laid, that the two Nations will"     Hagtit, No*o;i 3. The !r*en(idriary Gflles is upon his De be equally Lofers, if this Alliance does not take Place. f parture for Breda; from whence we learn, that the Eflter-We learn from Italy, that the Infant Don Philip takes all    rainment given by the Earl of Sandwich on the nth Inft. foffible Meafores to preferve Villafrancha and the County,   was very grand, and clofed by a magnificent.BaH, which tf Nke.  la'rted lill next JVfommg.  Count Hartach's Departure for- Paviat OH. 25. The Troops appointed to act againft    Breda-wil! xlepend-upon M. de Gillei's rtmovlng thofe Dif Provence are augmented with three Battalions, which are    rieulties which retard the Opening ef the Conferences* to be entirely aprobled in |he County of Nice the 13th of next Month, and compleat the Army to 60,000 Men, befides. the 10,000 that will be embarked on the Coaft of 'Genoa, and many Regiments of Horfe, which are order'd to be ready to follow, asfoonas the Infantry have pene trated into Provence. San Pxelro � Arena, Oil. 26. General Count Brown arrived hereihe*z4th from Mantua. Scarce had he alighted' before a Courier arrived from the. King of "Sardinia, which* lie fent back Yefterday. It is.thought, that this General will fuddenly go on board the EngHfh Man of War which is in our Port, and which will carry him to Nice, in order immediatelyto begin the Operations againft Provence. {Iuriny Oil. 29. Wehear/rom the King's Army, that they were tobegin battering Montalban on the 28th ; that the Imperiaiifts are full in March, and that General Count Brown is every Day expected, in order to concert and execute the Expedition into Provence.   The Spaniards fepara ted from the French on the 20th Inftant.   The Battalions appointed by the King to act in Conjunction with the Im perialiTts-, as Auxiliaries, are in Number i8s> The Garri fon of VenClmiglia, confining of 240 Men, and 10 Officers, furrendtr'd at Difcretionon the 23d. Paris. Nov. 7. Moft of the Troops arrived from Flan- aris, Nov. 7 dersare agreadv th-at we loft more Men. in th^sCampaign by much than the Allies,^cfpecially at Racoux, where Prince    parted in bad Weather. Charles is alfo faid to have won more Honour than M.       Yefterday the Right lHon Saxe.   A Woman of the Bedchamber to th* Duchefs of   his Houfe in Grofvenor-itreet. Pompadour has been taken up, on Sufpicion'of having dif-cover'd fome Intrigues, with regard to the Arreft of the Englilh here, that are not agreeable to the Court.   The Letters from Britany and Province are not yet arrived, or, Jf they are, they are not yet delivered, and the Conjents of them arekept in profound Silence,   We onfy hear, the Troops defigned for thofe Provinces will entirely arrive there by the 21ft.   It is given out in the mean Time, that f�ulen is ia great Danger; for not buing very Jlmng on the again;?. LONDON. Letters frqfn, Vienna rqention a Report, fpread upcnthei Arrival of a Courier from the"Marquis de Botta, that the King of Sardinia's Troops had actually pafs'd the Var^jjr^, Sight of the Enemies, and diflodg'd them from the*Entrenchments they had on rheir own Side of that River. They add, that the Confirmation of this is impatiently expected. According to feme Advicesfrom Copenhagen, the Queen of Denmark, youi eft Daughter of his Britannick Majetty, is again with Chii.i. The.Minifters from Great-Britain, France, and Pruffia, are1 all very bufy at the Court bf Sweden ; but nothing is publickly known of the Subject of their Negotiations. There, is Advice, that the Reftoration, Kemp,ofTop-fhim, was taken the 28th ult. three Leagues to the Eaft-ward of Beachy, as fhe lay at Anchor tJ Stop: the Tide of Ebb, by a French Privateer Snow, of 14 Carriage Guns and 1 2 Swivels. The above Ve'ffel was bound to London with Bale Goods and Oats. The 'Dutchefs, Garret, from Peterfburgh for Briftol, hasfprung a Leak, and put into Shields, the. ift fcnftant. She failed from Elfineur,  with fevea other Ships, but the Fail of Arran came to from the Country, for the the Lord Chancellor, was fo Winter Seafon Yeftofday the Right Hon.___________________, well recover'd from his late Indifpofition, that he fat itulw-^ .iatQ^fi. EJ.C&J&c. .....^ Court of Chancery.   And about \ 2 o'clock his Lord (nip, L~"     "   " fet out for Kenfington, where a grand Council was held on extraordinary Affairs. Laft Night Admiral Leftock, arriv'd in Town frora Portfmouth, at his Houfe in Abingdon Buildings, Weft-minfter. op, and took her, nnd who ca'.U himielt -French Officer, is expected to come on ; wherein 'tis faid there will be many learn'd Arguments in Law, ami will be attended with great Yar:e:y of Circumftances ; there being an Habea? Corpus granted, to bring into the Court feveral French Priloners on his behalf. On Wednefday lall as a (i'tTit'ev\oman was" paffing thro* Pannier-Ailey into Nc.vgate-ftreet, a -Woman indifferently" dref'd ftbpt her, and told her that fome body had thrown Dirt on her Gown, and very efficioufly defir'd herHand'-kerchief to wipe it off, which the Gentlewomsn did, and return'd Thanks for the Favour ; but foo"n afcir foundth^c fhe had her Poclret pick'ci of 17 -This has been practiced ^or fome Time pair; and we^nW^smttkm ittci pre* vent others lein'g imposM upon: On Thurify Night hill the Corpfe of.-Ram, Efq. who was a ffcw Days fince interi'J at Hackney, was taken iap, by Y:ertae'of ,1 Faculty from Doctors Commons, and interr'd in a Vault in his own Chapel, in the ufortfaid Place. ; On Thurfd-y laft WiULrrn Corr/iih, who wns lately robb'd, und had bis '.I hro^z cm from liar to Far, by Highwaymen at Ba\fvs:iter, nnd a forward 5 carried to ttie Kof-pital at HidcJPnrIc-Corner, died of his Wounds. On Tuefday Night .Mr. Gr.iveF, a Shop-keeper in Ty-burn-Roadj was robb'd near Keniingtori Gravel-Hit?, by three Ruffian^, who have- committed feveral Robberies thereabouts lately. The Right Hon. the Lord Vifcount W^mquth{ Ranger of Sc. James's and Hyde-Park^ ""Has appoiiifed Mr. Wilkin, Keeper of Kenfingtcn-Gate, to be Keeper of Grofvener Square-Gate, in the room of Mr. Green, ma^c Head-keeper. Tori, Nov. 4. On Thurfday laft, the 30th of October, being the Anniverfary of hts Majefty's Birth-Day, the fame was obferved here with the greateft Dem^nftrationsof Joy- ,1. hat Day came a Reprieve to WilliamBarclay> e Scotchman, and to William Crofsby an Iriftiman, two of the Rebels who were to have been haog'd, drawn and quarter'd turday.^"--     *^  -------- On Saturday laft in the Forenoon the following Eleven, Rebels were brought from the Cattle, in three new Sledges made on Purpofe, viz. George Hamilton, Captain of the Rebel Huflars, taken at the bkirmifh at Clifton j Charles Gordon, a Scotchman ; Edward Clivering, an Englifhman ; Daniel Frazier, an Highlander; James Maine, a Scotchman ; Benjamin Malon, an Irishman ; James Sparks, a Derbyihireman ; William Conblly, an Iriftimaji, a Defcrter ; Angus M'Donald, an Highlander; William Dempfey, an Irifhrnan ; and John James Jellens, a Frenchman. They were-drawn from the Ca.ftle to Tyburn, the Place of Execution, thro' an innumerable Crowd of Spectators ; attended by a ftrong Guard of the Duke of Montague's Horfe.-As they were coming along Caftlegat.-*, one *>f bis Majefty's Meffengers arrived Exprefs with a Reprieve for John James Jeleerw^ the Frenchman, who Nvas immediately taken out of the Sledgr, and fent back to the Caf- tle.-The reft were drawn oils four in the fi/Jl. Sledge* four in the Second, and rw-n in the Lift, without any ,t)if-turbance, or the leaft Affront offer'd by .the Populace. When they came tp the Place of Execution, after the ufo-al Divine Service, they were all haag'd up, then .cut down, their Bodies open'd, thiir Hearts taken out, and thrown They all feemed to avow the Caufe for whach they died, except Captain Hamilton, tho' none o� them made any Speech, except Mafor* and Maine, who both declared that they died for their King and -Country, and .-thaftthey did not believe their True K-g was upon cheTbmnfe ; they de.clarcd they .xlied in a good Caufe, and jdwLuot A D V F. RT IS K MtNTS are take?-1 inlor this Paper,     Lloyd's Cuff e e-House, m Lombard-Srri'et   

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