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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 18, 1846, London, Middlesex T U E St) At, :Nj/v^rR^i^^7f6. ZW, November 16. \ IESTERDAY faied, .afcef Poft' , his MajeftyY Sloop Swan, on-Ja Cruize. Remain his'Majefty's i Ship Criuattty Shark, and Scorpion Sloops, with the Dover*Privateer, and the Outward-bound. Wind N.byE. . Grave/end, Nov. 15. Pafs'd by the Blanch, Tarver, from Gottenburgh ; and Affurance, Nelfon, from Stockholm. * Falmouth, Nov. 13. Arrived dbe John and Sarah, Cb-merin, from Antigua, for Londoi. ; and the Lefley, Stephens, from Cowes. Pool, Nov. 15. Sailed the John and Thomas, for Falmouth. Came in the James and John, and the Endeavotlr, from London ; and the Whiftler, with Beer for the Men of War at Plymouth, to flop a Leak. Covoei> Nov. 1 5. Sailed the Duke, Montpiller, of this Place, for South Carolina. The Nancy Snow, Barber, from Africa, is arrived at Virginia. The Friendfbip, Shannon, from Glafgow; and the Rebecca and Mary, from London, alfo at Virginia. The King Tamana, King, from Barbadoes, at 'Newfoundland. The Royal George, Story, from Newfoundland ; the Prince Charles, Bryant, from New York j and Lufitania, Powel, from New-England, at Leghorn. * The Immaculate Conception, from London, at ditto. The Hope, Inland, from Briftol, at ditto. The St. Jofeph, de Grout; Two Brothers, Anderfon ; and the Margaret, Holftein, from Chefter and Dublin, at ditto. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland. Genoa, Nov. c. We are told, that the Court of Vienna lias caufed* an Offer to be made to the Republick of an Alliance offenfive and defenfive, upon the fame Terms with that iL ^4d before engaged with France and Spain, and on that Condition to guarantee all its Dominions. But the Republick is faid to have given for Anfwer, ' That the * melancholy Expeneacft of What has paffed ought to ' reader her more circumfpedT, and had caufed her to re- * fblve, that whatfoever may pafs for the future, fhe will * always preferve an exact Neutrality.' This Refufal is faid to have been palliated with very refpedtful Representations, regarding the freflv Misfortunes to which fuch an Engagement would certainly expofe her, from her Neighbourhood and her Commerce with France, which is the Chief Source of her Riches. The � Marquis de Botta is faid to be more fevere upon this Reprefentation ; which, very much encreafes the Diftrefs of the Republick. Mian, Not'. 8. General Serbelloni is with all Expedition following the Troops marching for Provence, and has the Afliftance of the Englifh Fleet: We are alfo told, that the Imperial Troops have paffed the Varo upon a Bridge of their own erecting, and that they have fecured the Head of it till more Troops can arrive. Vienna, Nov. 12. The States of Lower Auftria continue their Deliberations with Affiduity, and tho' nothing is certainly known of their Object, Report fays, it regards chiefly the Subfidy of 900,000 Florins and 4600 Recruits, which the Court demands of this Arch-duchy. The States of Bohemia are to open their Affembly the 25th Inftanr, and thofe of Moravia the \ ft of December. There is a Talk of a very ftrong Declaration, which was to be made to the Miniftry, concerning the Invafion of Provence, and t>f an Anfwerequally vigorous from this Court; but it may be proper to wait the Confirmation of this, before we give it entire Credit. It does not appear however, that we fWl firffer ourfelves to be intimidated foas to exchange our Meafures that have been concerted ; but, on the contrary, all the Meafures lately taken, have no Tendency but to the ctmoft Vigour. The. Prince cf Hiiburghaufen will foon return into Croatia, m order to march into Italy half the Regiment of Lycantans, which confifts of no lefs than fix (large Battalions. We nave received here from Italy a great i Quantity of White and Bloe Cloth, which the Spaniards �abandoned at Genoa, and which will ferve to cloth the Croatswho have not yet any Uniform. Bruffils, Nov. 21. The Body of Mechanicks* have con-fented to the raiCag of the Subfidy of 1,500,000 Florins, which the States of this Province have granted -to the King, and the Officers have already begiiatalevy it upon the Inhabitants. The Duke de Botiteville has received Orders ftom Court> to augment all the Old Regiments of ln- ffarrtry, during the Winter, with orie^atyalion eajrh. Bur,'
tn*MP*&ywroeaf,"Wt*h regard to the French ; and the Extract �ofu Litter jkom Kdfobtrgty dated Nov. 11. ' T,hc Rebels are 01' very tjrpi&Jeforoe jo the High* lands, by. thejr Robberies ,ami Depreciatesj particularly 1.' on the Clergy of t^is.Kjrk, whom ihey iook upon as \1. their declare^JEn^iiW.. Xhey feft' Yl&k cattraced the �' ^eV- Mr. Shepp'ard,\a:M�vAer4n ^e $h'rf �f Aberdeen^ becaufe he would riot marry a young Woman they brought with them, put;of hand, .befpfe he fo much as faw her: Upon which, and other Rehberies inoft of the Minifters of the S-irk ,are come to liye-jat Ittvernefs and Aberdeen. Mr.Sheppard.^ies ^t prefent at Abeideen^ for Cure, and is like to do well.1 of War was arrived on the Coaft j but - with what Foundation we know not. � On Saturday laft the Eleanor, Hoyburn, was fent into Dover by the Shark Sloop of War j there b�ing Proof of her coming from the Coaft of Scotland, and that the had been there, to ertdeavoor to bring off fome of the Rebels. She has a quantity of Wool and Iron on board. J aft Might ilnw wit the-MiuKJers of State at his Gjace (he Duke of Newcaftle's in Lincoln's' rnn Fields. There is Advice that the Glafgow, Mbntgorqerie ; and Prince George, Coulter, both from Glafgow to Virginia, were taken the i oth of September off the Capes, by the Terrible; a French Man of War. The True Briton, Whiting, bound from Barbadoes to Briftel, which was funk bv the above French Man of-War, had on board as ,a Paffenger, Peter Mohville, Efq; an eminent Merchant of Barbadoes; who was unfortunately drown'd, with eight others, before the French could gee out their Boats to fave them. On Saturday laft Edward Vernon, Efq; Member of Par-iamentfor Ipfwich, arrived at his.Houfe in Queen-fquare; Weftminfter, from'his'Seatin'Sufrblk'. ' On Friday Evening.laft tw6 Fellows went into the Sbor> of Mr. Evett^ a Diftiller in Barnaby-ftreefi and defired a Woman who was in the Shop to give them Change for Sixpence* upon which _fhe pull'd out a. Drawer, where they fnatch'd it from her, ran put of the Shop, and got off undifcover'd; The fame Night a Pawnbrokers Shop in the fame Street was broke open and robb'd of Goods to a confiderable Value. Robberies are now become as frequent as ever, arid therefore 'tis hoped the Magiftrates and proper Officers will immediately exert, themfolves to, bring the Offenders to Juftice. Norwich, Nov. 15. Laft Sawrday died at Melton in the County of Norfolk, the- Rev. Mr. Lombe, worth above One hundred thoufand Pounds; the Bulk of which he has left to Mr; Hayes's Fafrrlly of Dereham'. SCOTLAND. Edinburgh, Nov. 10. Saturday laft the Trade failed for London, under Convoy ef the Bridgewater Man of War. Edinburgh, Nov. n. Upon the 16th of October, about 10 o'Clock at Night, the Houfe of Mr. Robert Aber-crombie, Minifter at Leilay in Aberdeenfhite, was invaded by a Party Of Armed Men, who demanded 1001 Sterlings threatning the utmoft Violence.jf it was not inftantly delivered ; but being told there was no fuch Sum in the Houfe, and getting the Keys of the Cabinets, Prefles, &c. 1' Tfiey1 tWJtentiftl! tfifthfelves withifiJtSbing the Minifter of his Watch, feven Guineas in Money, fome Shirts, Table Lin--nen, and Body Cloths belonging to the Miniller's Wife and Children. The fame Night they fell upon the Houfe of Mr. Alexander Strachany Minifter at Keig, after the Family were in Bed; and making the fame Demand of too 1. Sterling; they robbed the'(idinifter of his Watch, his Wearing Clojhes, and Big Coat, with one Dozen and an half belt Shirts ; they alfo carried with them four Plaids belonging to Mrs. Strachan, feveral fine Handkerchiefs, a Velvet Hood, with a Silver Jugg, one Silver Spoon they found in Mrs. gtrachen's Clolet (the reft being accidentally in the Kitchen) and. after a great deal of abufive Language they departed, and went immediately to the Houfe of Mr,-Ganaoch of Tulloch, a Gentleman well affected to the Government both in Church and State, and who is reputed to have Money ; but he being from Home, they fearched the'Houfe for Money, and miffing that, they fatisfied them-felves with pilfering fome of the Lady's Cloaths, and threatning the Houfe with a fecond Vifit. By a Gentleman from Air we are informed, that on Imperial Cavalry is defiling near Tur'ui, Ao'.no body ffffofttJilft1 l&r^^f^^^JSsS^.? rooghUnttf there knows by what Avenue they intend to enter France " � * ' Laft Night there was a Report that the Woolwich Man I that Harbour ; that 'tis computed upwards of looo'Lan* have been taken on that Coait this Seafon. On Saturday Jatt about 10 o'Clock at Night, si Fire broke o�t in a Tenement of Land at the Back of the Canongate, and, as the Poffeffors* of the Groand Flat, where it began, had been attempting for fpme Time to fmother it, who* Affiflance-was cafWfl, there was no PoffibHity c-f extmgaifhing the Flames^ By this onlucky Accident eleven Families are burnt out, and to add to A V V E RT IS E M IL N T S are taken in for this Paper, Lloyd's Coffii-House, in Lombard-Strrei-
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