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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 13, 1846, London, Middlesex                                CI N u ;,i b. 374Q, X H U R S D At,   Nbv�m b;Vr 13,   1746- 'Dealt ftiivefAber 11. ,AK*'P.W*K�llia ^rigg. for A ndgtta. Remain, h is M ajefty 3 Ship Ly.% Swan Scorpion Sloop, .'and Outward-bound, as ia'py. laft. Came down *Foiq Hewitt, for Antigua',- and Mid-dltfe^VVilfon,fdrXiJboB. Wind Eafh '     . ......-  - Falmouth, Nov. 8.   Sailed the Prince Rupert, Dobfon, from $aMa Cruz, for- London.  IftjptiMth'Nh'. io. .This Pay arrived Joha and Mar'tHa', from London ; and Yefterd.y the Role, Taylor, for Ooorto.  Wind N.'E. , "* Sguthoifiptgn, Nov. io. Arriy.'d the Martha and Elizabeth, Emfworth ; for Rotterdam.   WividNE. �owet, -AW. io.   Yeitevday arrived riie1*hiTfp7-crter, | frwn Peterfburgh, for this P.ace. The Charming Sally, Gorman, from Antigua, is arrived at Dublin; The Winchelfea, Cornifh J Richmond, Prefton ; Union, Wqvatt; Williams, Arthur; Richard and Sarah, Aldtn!; Sally, Lane j and Diamond, She'rwell,. from Vi'ginfr, at Kinfale. The Sally, Macneil, from Philadelphia, atCo'erain. . Yefterday was delivered the Mail from Holland-fjjrcnct, OSt.-zt). The Letters from Vienna are all full of-the Expedition proje&ed againlt Provence and DaophtRy-, and tho! nothing more is mentioned of that againft Naples, we are ftedfaftly of Opinipn here, that it is not laid aiide, bat only fufpended. All the Report? of a Mifunde-rftand; ingbetween ihe Courts of Vienna ar,d Turin, \yirh Regard to the Capitulation of Geri'oaj are confuted by the invariable Comiu& of the King of Sardinia. . . Itghortt, OJ.ify. Rigorous Orders have been puulifhed it Genoa to recall thofe noble Families, which have retired into other States fince September lalt, on Account of the Troubles. The Senate, enjoining them. tp. return in a 'Fortnight,:,under Pain of Forfeiting. 40,000 L.iyres, and being banifhed for Ten Years.. Bat we do. not perceive that thofe who have taken Refug?hers,, or W the State of Lucca, arc very, forward jto^.b*~y thole Qrdere. M. deBotta is fo far frpm bsing fatjsfii&3 � with, rhe Declaration of the Genoefe Senate, that they cannot make op the Three Millions of Genottin*, .that-he cannot be periuaded their Funds are near exhaulted, arid puts them under fome Apprehensions bf Military^E^ecu^Qn.  , NictiOJl. 28. We haVe been here for a Week pair, and the Enefny are encamping themfe.ves on the Right of the Varo, where they have received fome Reinforcements. They do not reckon themfelves, however, at more than 25,000 Men after all, and they do not in fac\ amount to a greater Number. They have left 100 Men at MonfSlban, which we bega^n to playtupon,this pay, and 450 in Villa-francha, to be all facrificed like thefe at Ventimiglia.. TV Army will be entirely, affembled by the 13th of next Month, and will confiff, of 65: corn pleat Battalions, 40 or 50 Companies of Grenadiers,, 3 Regiments of Qerman Cavalry; 3 of Piedmoncefe Dragoons,, 630 .Huffars, and  coafiderable Body-of Sclavdnians, Warafdins and Croats, under General Klacguire, an IriSiman, who was cbofen by Count Neiperg oat of the German Troops for this Service fome Years ago. , A$ there are neither ProvifioQs or Forage- jn this' Coun-17, and it is forefeen W jhall find none pn.the oth.er Side tiie Varo, our Magazines follow us by Sea,, efcor ted by the t&gjiih. Men of War. Happily for us, thofe Magazines, wjuchthe Enemy abandoned at Genoa and S�n Pietro.a?A-Jeaa^are fufficiaot ta fubfift the Army during .the whole Winter. They have,been valued, ax piqre, th^,n Six Millions.^ The SpaniaVo's.lis^e fent thgir .Military Cheft to Marfiiilles, where thewt^e two Spaniffi Gal lies, who are appointedto carry the Infant back to Barcelona, T&e A'r-lillesy, both for the Field1 a'n vuh important Dilpatches to Petgr/Borgfi^ and another tp rjie Low-Countries, with the Ernpre&Y A'pprAb^uoii.qf, the Dilbibution �f Winter-Quarters. The fTmpreiV having or4ered the Governors at the (evctal PTo'vinces' and' DillriVts' in Hun- gary . to form an exiS.. Coirlputatiqn of the Men in that XirS.gdbnv able to Ibear ^rrbs,. that pay 'yet be lpared under 49 Years of Age, and that by adding tboje between "40 and      the Number will be much above 200,000. 'RdUiben* AW. 10..M-de.la Nque, the Frjeac.h Mini-fter, being e^peAed here from Franckfort, feyeral iViini-flers.of tue Dyet,obj.ecT to.admitting hkn, .fince, as his Court does not acknp>vle^e the Head of the �mp're, he ought not to be received in a Publick Chaja^ler by_ihe "Body pf'h.. ' . - iranclsfarif Nov. 12. It was thought till latejy, that the Tl'odps of the Circles, which were canton|d, iail Suinmer upon the Rhine and the JvTo.'elle, would take-up Winter-Qua'rte'rs jn their're/pecl'ive Countries ;.but it is now re-folvecf, that they' fhallcontinue'wheie they are, tin ordex | to W2tch the Motions of the French, which are drawing off from the Xbw-Countrie=r to reinforce their Army in Alface. Several Ri/girhenh are a^uafly jn Ma;ch for thaj ] Purpofe, and1, we are ajfu;ed, that fome others will follow them apace. Hartbul'gS) AW. icf Accprrjing  t, AW., 9. ., * This Day .arrived he.re the, ^Sufao^ah '"J^ f anfp^irr, from ' St. Maloest with i.6j2 Prifon,ers ^ and bjr.vn^s an,Account ' .thatjhe Terrible, ,a FtotcIi Wan iof VVaj of J>Q duni, ' h^d taken,the Severn'Man of War, of 50-Gunf, and had carried her in.10 Hreft>' tqgeci>er: .>vuh thr�e \Vcit-Ihdiamen'; and th"at the Terrible left two other Men of ' War in Chace of i'everal otbtr Well-India Ships. . E-xtiaH of a Letter from Toulon, 08. . .'i Our Fortifications, to which fome new Wcf.ks have been, added, are in good Condition, and we are abundantly provided with all.that can be neceHary to make a vigorous Defence. Marfedles is alfo fecure fromlnfult. We are affured, that the" Infant Don Piiilip is gone from A,ntibes to Aries. His Troops are feparated from ours, apd defie away, by the Left towards Dauphiny^ in order, as it is thought, to repaU into Savoy, and.defend, that ^utcby in Cale;c)f Attack.. Our Army, which is not above,.20000"Men,encarjrips in an advantageous-Situation, fiyi.ounded by 'i/enches. Several Redoubts have alfo b  and all the Avenues are furnuVd with Car.rion. We expeel immediately the Troops that are to reinforce the Arrny. Orders have been difpatcJ^d ti) arm the Province, who, we imagine, will mufter above io.oco Men.' Paris, AW. 11. We are yet unacquainted with jtke News received fxbin Briaav j tbo* it is iij general faid* that the Engiifb are .quite rerared .60m.the; Ooafls of that Province, jull now there is a Report, thai two of the K.i*g's ^hips from St. Domiogo, who came from thence wifhtwo etheis, were arrived there j and..that their Captains give our, that they came up on the "Way .with the Engliffi Fleet from Antigua, under Convoy of two^Ierl of War; that they had taken the Men of War, and a good maey of, the .Merchantmen, the happy Arrival of whicfi was every Day expected at Breft. Brvjfdi, Nov. 14^ Thofe Subjects o�the Conquer'd Provinces, who, beinginjthe Seryicq of thi^ Court of Vienna, have abfented therafelves, are fiimmoned home within a certain Time, under Pain of Confifcation v&:. their Goods and PofTeffioisj. The States of Flanden have granted -a Sobfidy of 1,600,000 Florins. Hainault has alfo granted a Sublfid^j.and wfrfpon. expert to hear the fame of Samur. A Party of ipp HuiTars have been, defeated..Jjy a Body of Graffins,.;and 66 of thera either kill'd or taken Prifor#rs: But, *bn the other Hand, weare inform'dfrora Tirlempnt, of the carrying .off fome Magazines by General Trips* and alfo of one carried off from Arfchot by the fame Ge neral,.,     - \ ..,   .  ..� \ Ifa�iB, .AW, 17, Th^s Mprning we have received the News'.from Lewarden, that her.Aoyal  Highneijs� the Princefs of Orange and Naifau was-happily deliver'd on 'fuefday laft,.at.i'ive in the Morning, oi a Princefs, and I ^hatlboth were a� weflas could be ticpeifled.. We are told from Paris, that M. Belleiile will command the Army in Provence,' :in the Room of M. Maille-bois. LONDON. Tfeere are fome Letters from Italy, which fay, that.the I King of Saidinia ^iflhot leave the Army before the Paf-fege of t)Ve Var is attempted; that Geoeraljlrown has.been f.r fome Time detained At: Genoa by-Sicknefs; and that there is a. projeft on JFaoj, to take the Piedjiponceze-Trpops into the Pay 61 Grestt-Britain, that they may^affjlun the Ln-vafioa pi Provence, without being obliged to affume the palliating Title of Auxiliaries...... It W;as not General Reiih,. but his Brother,, the iaje Ejtd Marjfbal, who arrived.at Jierlia trom Peterfburgh,   He is' now jVt out fo,r Drefden. and thcre.isa,Talk at the French. Court of a.ne\v Attempt in favour of the young Pretender, whofe Adiierents'.fiock about him. The above Ship f*ys alfo,.tha* -there are ftw'tral-Piiva-teers at iea from St. Malots, and-that oth�rs -were re.;-dy to put;t� Sea.     ...... ,.    -.  . 'Extra3 of a Letter f*c>n*Cork, ,AW. .3.1.       : * I take this  Opportunity. of iLfofmirg the bad .Account we have juft now- iece.iveJy.by the. Chelier., Payne', one of the Fleet f;om,,tbe Leeward lflauds, {a? ken by a French Private-er in, Lat. 48. but rc-taken by the Wmdior Man .of War, who fent her in here -this Morning.-r- Hc fays, that 48 Sail of iVicrcbantmcn faired under the Convoy oftwd Men.cf VVar, via. tine Woolwich, and Seyernv and that in Lati�ide 47, they ^ell in with three French Men of War tvjo krge Ship+i and a l''rigat,> that the jwp Engl.ijh .M^A. 9f ^v^r fu* immediately before the Wind, and left the.Merchantn.tnj that after feyeral of� pur Skips, ijad -iiruck tp the two large Jrench Men 0/ War, they gaye Chace- to the. Ser yern and Woolwich, and left the F'rigat tp take Care of our Fleet. - ... ^...   - * The- Chefter got clear, but was taken two Days after by a French Privateer. He fays that he faw the. Ship* hereafter mcnth-n'd, in the PoJl'cfhpn of the French, The Anna Maria, Blackman, from Baibadoes. The Dottin> Huibands,- from ditto; The Frere, Hyder, fronY ditto.   The Duke of Cumbcrla�J, Bmton, from Antigua. The Charming Nancy, Pipon, from ditto. � -1'he Black Anne, Duroerefqu.e, from'S*. Kitts. . B^t ^he FrereyHyder, (as Weil as. the Chefter) were re* tg,k.erii>y M8 iM�jefty> Cruifting^b^ps.       ; Therearefome advices which lay, that the. Woolwich Man of-War was-funk j bu; as feyeral Letters of a frefh Date take no Notice of any fuch Affair, the Truth of k a, doubted. .... It is- pofitiv�ly afSrm'd, that the. three French Men of Warabove-memiohM, were thofe that convoy'd the French Fleet to Cape Francois, formerly mentioned. Letter from PJymwtbi AW..9. ,* Xn.isJyI0.rn'ing. failed Admiral Anfon, with hisSq�adroji and was'j.oin'd by the Princeffi, after being under Sail. The Edinburgh is come in here to be fitted for the Sea. The Elenor, Geheen, from Dublin to Antigua, is taken by the French, and carried into St. John te Luz. ; Yeflerday there was a Grand Council held at St. James's, on Affairs of Importance. A double Guard is order'd to mount at St. James's this Day, on account of his Majefty's Birth Day being kept there. Laft Night, their Graces thfl Duke and Dutchrfi of Ricjbjapnd, arriv'd in Town at-their Houfe in Privy-Garden, from their Seat at Goodwood in Suffex, for the Winter Seafon. ...... As did likewife, his Grace the-Duke of Grafton, Lor4 Chamberlain of his Majefiy's Houlbold, from his Seat at Eulton Hall in Suffolk, to his Houfe in Bond ftreet. On Tuefday lait Anthony Allen, Efq; a Mafter in Chancery, was married to Mifs Rebecca Collier, ate of Red L>on-Sq^are, Holborn, at. Sr. Bride's Chur h, Fleet-Street, a yery agreeable yqung Lady with 3000 1. Fortune.   I r\ Mr.flarQri Clarke, fat Yefterday m the Court of Chancery, in the Abfence of the Right Hon. the Lord Chancellor. On Tuefday Nigbt laft, about ten; o'Clock the Right Hon.'Simon Lord ;I.ovat, was brougbt from tlie-Tov�er under a ftrong Guard to the Cockpit, Whitehall, and, exz-mined before his Majeity's Secretaries of State. . Dr. Barryr who fome.Time ago was committed to Newgate on Sufpicipn of High-Treafon, was, on Tusfday N.i^ht-laft, by Order of the Duke of Newcaftle, carried to .the Secretary's Office.;, from whence, after being examined, he was committed fo theTower. , . YeUerday.kiaExctfllency^he Sardinian Embaffador gave a grand Entertainment, at his Houfe>in LincoJn-'s-inn Fields, to feveral Miniilers of State, Foreign Miniilcrs, . We hear that laft Week the jGentlemen Volunteers cf the.Leatherfcller's-Hail generoufly gave the tfallance cf I, their Account to ,the iflWa^ Infir.tnaiy.     .   ;- . Go. Tuefday Night one Mr. Jiaj
                            

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