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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 17, 1846, London, Middlesex                                Nu-a�-b. 3743;'' M O N DAY,   November 17, Deal, November 15. RRIVED lad Night his Maje- \ fly's Sloop Shark, with one of the Dover Privateers, from a; Cruize, and a Merchant Ship,. Name not known|; and remain < with his Majefty's Ship Centaur, j the Swan and Scorpion Sloops, ] and the Outward-bound, men- i tion'd in my laft.   Wind N.Ef.~ The Sarah, Fenwick, from Coryngfburgb, is arrived at Aldborough. , Rome, Oil. 29. The Pope has fent Briefs to the Courts] 6f Vienna, Turin, Verfailles, and Madrid, to exhort the' two former not to make the Republick of Genoa feel toof heavily the Weight of.their victorious Arms, and the two latter to divide with their Ally, by Supplies in Money, the' fatal Confcquences of the Difgrace they have brought upon: her.  Thefe are not the proper Words of thefe Briefs; but (he Spirit of them, tho' not the Letter, runs to this Pur-pofe.  His Holinefs has, at the fame Time, granted a Jubilee, to that Republick, that fhetnay implore the Alhf-ttnee, and turn.afide the Wrath of Heaven. Cardinal Alberoni comforts himfelf upon the Ruin of his Seminary of St, La'zaro near Placentia, by the Confidera-tion, that if it Hill exifted, it would be no I6nger under the Dominion of a Power, whofc Grandeur he has always made the Object of his Views and his Policy, as (he was the Source of his Elevation, and of that inexhauftable Fund of Riches which eaables him to build another Seminary at ' Bologna. He has already formed the Deftgn of this,, and appropriated 80,000 Roman Crowns for that Purpofe. But he wiflies that Heaven would grant him in this Werld the Recompence of his good Works, by infpiring his Holinefs to make him Archbifhop of Bologna. The Magazines, which the Court of Vienna has tabled to be erected at Rimini, Pefaro, and Fano, are fufficient for the Subfiftence of a numerous Army. Shimichi the Jew has Orders to go toLeghorn, and buy up a large Quantity of Linnen, for Ufes relative tothofe Magazines. The Court of Naples Continues to make all poffible Difpofitions for covering its Frontiers. The Difficulties which have retarded the Expedition of the Bulls, which the Holy See ufu'ally grants to an Emperor for the firft Benefices in Germany, are at laft got over, to the Satisfaction ef both this Court, and that of Vi- enna. LONDON. Letters from Augfburgh agree with thofe we laft mentioned from Munich, concerning the Pafiage of the Var by the Auftrians and Piedmonteze. Letters from Madrid continue to mention the Report of a new Treaty between the Courts of France and Spain, but without any additional Circumftances, which leaves it ftill as doubtful as every thing has lately been from that Quarter. The Audience of General Bernes, the Imperial Minifter at Berlin, is ftill put of till his Pruflian Majefty's Return from Potzdam ; which gives Room for fome Conjecture. Lord Marifhal, who has pafs'd there, is gone for Venice. In Anfwer to the Speech made in the Name of the Em-prefs-Queen to the States of Auftria, Count Harrach told the Court Chancellor, 4 That how much foever they were * exhaufted, their Zeal and Attachment for her Service * Would engage them to make new Efforts, in order effica-1 cioufly to fupport her Majefty, and put her in a Contfi-' tion of obtaining the pacfiic End (he had a View to in ' allherMeafures.' All the Advices from Bohemia mention the Increafe of Troops in that Kingdom, the Reafon affigned for which is, that they might be more at hand there thaa in Hungary to march into'the Empire in Cafe of Neceffity : But Politicians think they find for this fome other Reafon, which a very little Tims will either confirm or difprove. On Saturday Morning laft between five and fix o'Clock, her Royal Highnefs th* Princefs of Hefie fet out from St. James's for Harwich, in order to embark on Boaftf the Caroline Yacht, Sir Charles Molioy. Commander, for Holland. 'Tis faid tkat her Highnefs will.make, fome fhort Stay at the Prince of Orange's Court, to-vifit her Sitter'the Princefs of Orange. Her Royal Highnefs the Princefs Caroline continues ill at Bath of 3 Nervous Disorder. From the London Gazette. Florence, Nov. 1, N.S. By Letters from Rome aiAM Naples we learn, that aril the Neapolitan Troops, that embarked at Nice and Villa Franca, were arrived iri the Ports of that Kingdom.   Orders have been iffued at Naples to fit omnwirirairExpedition'lwo^^rripsof War, / which have been laid up ior fome Time/paft.  From : Mantua we are informed, that 89a Recruits, were arriv'd { there from the Tifole, and were to; be-folkwed by 4390 Crbatians from Bolzano, and that more Tjropps, tctfeBlm Number of r7oqo Men,. were actually in march to join the'tl Army iri the State of Genoa.   On the 25th the Regiment  wtng Paper ftgned by Admiral Mayne, Admiral] Rvng, and the feveral Companders luhoft Names are fubfcriSei thereto, hatb been fent bytbem to the Rigbt\ Honourable- Sir John Willes,; Knight, Lord Cbiefjuftice of- his Majejy Court of Common Pleas. AS nothing is more becoming a Gentleman, than to, acknowledge himfelf to be in the-Wrong, as foon-as he Is fenfible that, he is to, and to be rejady to make Satisfaction to any Perfon he has injured ; We therefore, whofe Names are underwritten, being throughly convine'd, That we were entirely miftaken in the Opinion we had; , ^ri of his Lpr^-for the Indignity S: tegPi Ja. Rientorte, ^fkoma't FranklanJf Cba. Colby, J. Hamilton, Sheldrake Laton, Jof. 
                            

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