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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 19, 1846, London, Middlesex 1 *!.. 1 : ""I .'-.v.'. \ I -A. W EDNES DAY, Kovim bzr 19, .1746. Dfd/, November 1 / EMAIN, in the Downs his Ma-^, jefly/s -Ships Centaur, the Scorpion and Shark Sloops-, and the f}qver Privateer ; Hatley, Hill, for Oporto; the Middieburgh Packet, Wilfon, for Liftdh ; Heller, Gladman, for Antigua ; Bolton Merchant, Bruce, for Bo-fton. Came down .the Mary arid Elizabeth, Bufh ; � and Martha, JJafh, for Portfmouth ; Placket, Tayerner, for Portugal ; Elizabeth, Miller; and William and Samuel, Windfor, lor Pool. Wind E.N.E. GravefinJ, Na-v. 17. Pafs'd by the Lady Elizabeth Repmerhufen, from Hamburgh ; and Succefs, Richard-ion, from Peterfburgh. The Wilhelmina, De Vos ; and Young John, Lahbeft-jen, from Dublin, are arrived at Leghorn. The Poftillion, Stare, from Leverpool, at ditto. The Two Brothers, Lewis, from Hamburgh, in the River. Tho1 it would be endlefs to infcrfcall the Mandates for TV Deum, that have been lately publifhed in France-, the following, written by Cardinal Tencin, Archbifhop of Lyons, to the Chapter'of that See, defefves to be diftinguifhed on Account of the Author, who, while he exprefies fuch Pacifit^Sentiments, is looked upon to be the Caufe of the moil violenx Meafures taken by the French Court. From the London Gazette. Grace, in Province, Soy... 11'. On" the 'Sih, after a grand Council of War, we took the Refelution 10 abandon' the Bank,sDfthe Var, on accouht of the;Diffieul y of guarding that River, and of fufifting there. We have rated the Redoubts and Entrenchments which we'hhd trrere,- and have ftreng^riehecl.'Antibes with eVery Thing nc'ceJEiry 'for a'good Defence. Tfee Spaniards, who ate but 10 r&tta'ions, reduced"io the whole to 2000 Menk are faid to be going into Savoy to recruit. The Ncbjlity of tbis-.Country, after the Example of thofeof Botany, are mounting and arming thejnfelves for their Defence. The" Enemy who are reunited in the County of Nice,' have already in Part puffed the-Var. We. b elieve'the Caftles of Montalbans- and vifla Fiancha have funendered. It is s�"ured that the King of Sardinia is' upon his Departure for Turin, the Command of the Expedition being to be left to General Brown. ; Copenhagen, AW. 19, N.'S. Admiral Rofenpalm is to have the Chief Command of the Fleet ; and M.'de Hol-ftein, late AmbafTador at the Court of" Rufii3,"to'be made Secretary of State for the Affairs of the Navy. The DanWft Court propofes to' leave Jagerlbourg next Ti�eX in order to fettle here for t,he Winter at Chriftjaj#bpu-rg. Apartments are prepared in the fame Palace for the <}ueeh Dowager, who is likewife expected the Thurfday following. Hague, Nero. 25, N.S. We hear To-day by the Way of Pari?, that the Auitnans had paffed the Var, and that the_ French Troops upon 'that River'were retired to Grace. Sir J: hn Ligonier and Lord Rothes are arrived here To-day^ We hear from Flanders that 1 to Men have been draughted out of each Battalion of all the Regiments of Militia, as well in that Cou.nty as in France, and alfo? five Men per Company of all the -old Regiments, iti order to be feht to Provence and PaupMne. . The Militia which were in BrufTels had taken the fame Route, and'they reck- Aprince equally dear to the King and the S.;ate, by his great Qualities, and by his Birh, (Count de Cler- mant, Piira of tie lihod) calls us to the Feet of the A1-- ....... . Mr, my moll dear Brethren, to return Thanks to the Lord kosed to affemble an Army of 70 or So,000 Men. It is for a Conqueft (Namur) whichk tho'n:ore important than alfo written, that an Order had been publihVd for the all thofe that have preceded it, has notwithftanding been Footmen at Paris to draw Lots for the Militia. There :- lor a while a iT.other ;is we i;re \\ ai- ---. . vrw aiv, aurtrcu, �iac tne ririinci] greatly rifen, on Account of'the ihort Vintage.; at* hkely'to rife to a greater Price, on the hruption int :t'e rovencf, U � w..w*..., wiv irj^av-ivj^va Hide. u^ei^e^^5�iuH�?m Lj*|�apUthat the Dutcl haWcrMracW wirh the Inhabitants there, for five hun mere fuddeh. Let us be joyful, a*-Frenchmen, for a Cir cumltance which adds new LuJlre to our Arms ; there is nothing unjuft. in 'this : Biit as Men and Chriftians, let us be the more touched becaufe this Cooquelt, and the other Advantages of the Campaign in Flanders, have colt but �little Blood even to our Enemies thtmfelves. Let. us. be (till the more.fenllbleih' this RefpeQ, as we are Subj^ffe df tHe moll humane of Monarchs. The pompous Title of Conqueror, which has been confecrated by the Admiration of the Vulgar, Equally blind to. its'own Interefts, and witlv. Regard to true He roil m ; often incompatible alike with Julticeand Humanity, arid fotne Times even as dearly paid far by the Vi�to rocure to him the molt precic/as GLryj and the greateft Felicity of Kings, &C. L O if :p O N. Letters from Venice fay, that the Sear'^n fcChigh tiere cnthe 30th ^af^at Night, thaj.th^lower Parts of the City.' were laid quite 'under Water.' : * The Regiment o^" Alface, confiding of four Battalions^; is lately entered into Landa'Uj altd fome et&er Towns in| that Neighbourhood A fecond Lmperial Miniiler has aci^ally pafi by .Franck-f�rf, in his Way *p Breda. TMy. write f/onv the fidl-of: ftofe Places, that the Pruffian Enlilters appear-no-mote in thofe Quartcrs,. being all .oidefceito .join ciueir refpedive Corps. Some Letters from the Empire mention, that the French Miniuer at Berlin has declared, that his M after-,, will at laft acknowledge the Emperor's Title, that his Imperial "Ma 1% may fenda Minifter to the Cojigrefs; buj, as his moft ^nriftian Majefty has no Quarrel tfith the Emperor,-it wdl �e necefLry for the Emprds to Tend a, difti,ricl Mininfter, as VSeen of flungary. 1 no'all the" Villages about Cologne, are full of Imperial Troopj, the City^crJntinues'hitherto exempt, and infiftS on i Tr Privileges to remain fo" ftill. Thjs. occafions apretty h'gh Contett between the Imperial Genefats arid"tBTlCfa-f gWratesof that Free Cuv. " ' . \ : 7/ f, neffes the States Gene'rat 6f th^ Unitsd Provinces. YefterdayjJbis. Majefly went to the Houfe of Peers with the ufuaL&tate, auended by his Gijacerhe Duke of Richmond} Matter pf. the f^orfe^-and the Right Hon. the; Lord VifcZ-Faueonberg^ LoVd '-of 4he -feedchamber in-waiting} and being feated^pjn.the Throne in his Rdj ^Robes, and the Commons being fent for* his Majei? opened the Sempos withAmpjl gracious Speech. ~ 1 Yefterday^he�'Right Hbn the Earl e>f Afhbttrnhara tobfej dbe'OajhsandJiis.Ssat in the Houfe of Peers^ in the room rsofi h&ftt&tecl&eafed. -v. ,ji As did-litefc^fd the Right Hon. the Lord Hob-art; as Earl cj^ueT^gfiam (hire. 1 A^^-.^ls jhe'jR^ght'_Hi)n, Lord Milton; as Earl Fitz-wiHiaBHwo. .....;)' We hear, that the Bill for; fufpending the Habeas Corpus ; ThiVbeing the. Birth4Day of herItbyal Highttefs the? Princefi Wafc, \yhb then enters ii4tb: the:2 8th Vea^f 'Age, thw lloyal 'Highneffis3.^!!! "receive the Corhpli-'ments of (h^',N.pbtlity'aad Gentry at LeicefteivHeufe '�a that Ocpafion. v There Is Advice that-the Aiexdnder, Capt. Fo.V, from' PeterYb.Jrgh; for. Vehice', is 'loft hear "Calais. ' u PA .Mla^y. 'Nighf'6*Je4. 'kwitotfi"ia Craven Build-' 1 ng's, .W^^tv.t.W.r- Milghea^Rj&'r V?'St.,Pa-uVi'Cpycn'.-Garden. * A private Letter f-rom the Hague has" the fdlluwing Word?,.-' It 'jppears, beyond' doubt, by al our A>-- ' counts frtnii1-FtanCc7 th& Preparations are making fo Defcent orr fonre--Part-Cf''the En'gTi(ri Coail; ' grand; yet lurhelefs,�'> Exploit k- perfoim'ti in ' Part.-The Pj'eflckMih.tfry, ever-Active and vigiLu", ' were never riiore (\> than a'ttffis -juscWe ; no leis th^i ' three extraordinary Couriers were dup-tched la;t \\ on the breaking up of a Grand Council ; one, ' told to Madrid, one to Berlin, and the other to faw.'*. By the laft I.eue-rs from Bourceaux-, Cogniac, and other PJaces in France we are adviied. t^iat trie Brandies are nd v. c: c , - -----, -.....- .....ption info Pr Brtna>f Countriesr ' ' We hear that there are Letters from Vienna, vv!ji;h f:y tlWpretended DjCclaVmion or Count Podewifs oh Behalf of rheKingof Pruffia, his Mailer, ro that, Court, about �Auftrians and ' P'redmonteie Troops entering P entH-ery without ^oiiuds^ww; - -- w-^r,, T/hey'write from Amfterdam, that Prince Frederick of HefTearrived there the 2^dln/f. N.S. from Utrecht, in order towak the Arrival of her Royal Highnefsi his Con-fort, from England; There is Advice Henry Vander Stall, Burgomafter of Rotterdam, died lately there., B^JLette'rs froi^LinColiyhire^Ye^lttiie an Account, that tm Diflemper among the Cows, is got irtfo ^he Penns and Part adjacent in that County. Alfo from Warwick we hear, that four Perfons have been taken up for flrewing fomething, fuppofed to be Poi-fonous, among'the Meadows there. ' ' ' h , ____..un- died Oxen. From feveral Parts of Buckingbamftiire and Countries ;adjacentj t-liey write, that they have been very farturfate in ^refervirg the major Part of thejr-Cattle, that have happened to be Sick, by the Endeavours .of the: Neighbouring Gentlemen, who gave all their Afiiftance to the Farmers, as alio one Mr. Brigg% a Farmer of Stoney Stratford, who has been very fuccefsful--This Dii- temper ita thofe Parts is called a Fever, and treated accordingly. Yefterday a Difptenfation pafs'd the Great Sea], to enable Gee-rge Stevens, M. A. Cnaplam to the Biihop of St. ^faphjctctbold the Reclory of.Weft Ciindcn in theioun-ty of Surry and Diocefe of WjnghellerK^ogpth.er with the VTtaf^gW^lfe\tOTi 7n**the County of Middlefex, and Diocefe cf Lor/don. Oh Monday laft died at Kenfington, Mr. Crank, who had been Clerk of that Parrih-upwards of 40 Years. On Monday Night laft one Mr. John Shaw, a Weaver in Spitalfieldsj was ftopt in Moorfields by four Fellows; who us'd'hiin very ill, and robb'd him of 4 s. and fome Halfpence. Extrafi of a Letter fipm Gofpirt', AW. 16.- On Friday la0 fifteen Seamen beonging to the Chefter ' .Privateer, who were tbme Time finceput onboard feve- ' ral Ships at Spit head; were tried for Mutiny, and all ac-. ' quitted at the Court Martial; held on board the Chichef-�' ter'Diliiri of Wa,r; ihtlifs Harbour ; after which they all ' entered oh "board hisMa^efty's Ship the Folkftone. '.The fame Evening arrived at Spithead his Majefty'* ' Ship the Poole. At. a Boll-baiting in this To%vn laft Week, a Soldier ' being detected, by- a Gentleman in picking his Pocket'of ' a Handkerchief, he was handled very roughly by fom� |^-"SflTo�s ptefe-tn, �ofro lOttedhim in the Mud, then ducked ' him, and feived him fo feveral Times ; and another ' Sojdier ftanding by-, and imagined to be an Accomplice, ' underwent tbeTame.DifcipUqpi. Had not feveral Perfons ' fnterfered in their Favoar, they would have heen.pre- ' vented from |>eing -gflihy of the like again. � * This "Day e'ght extra Men belonging.to $eJ)ock- ' Yard, are "gone.in the Truelove Tender; under Convoy ' of -the. Suppiije'.Man of Warj whb iaifcd: cut: of"�he ' Har.^ur'ifefierday.tiD getGttns, and �
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