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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 24, 1846, London, Middlesex fv U M B. MONDAY, November 24, 1746. Z)^/, November 22. ESTEJi-DAY after Poft failed his Majeity's Sloop Shark to the Northward. Remain his Maje-ftyMShjps Centaur, Fox, Tavi-ftock, Swan Sloop, and Scipio Firefhip ; and all the Outward-bound. Wind S.W. blows hard. The Prince William, Dobfon, from Santa Cruz, is arrived in the Downs. Since our Iaft arrived the Mail from Holland. lijbon, 0:1. 28. Since the Arrival of Mr. Keene it has fe�n obferved, that M. CaftVes has fent away one of his Domefticks, who is reported to be gone with fome Dif-patches to Cadiz. We hear, thefe Difpatches regard a private Affair of the South-Sea Company, which Mr. Kecne hasf taken in Hand. M. Chavigny, the French Ambaflador, is very attentive to all the Negociations carried on at thf Court, and negkfts nothing that may contribute to the Succefs of the Affairs he is charged with. Madrid, Now. 7. The King has caufed two Remittances ta be made to the Infant Don Philip within a Fortnight pift, confuting each of 600,000 Piaftres. Count Gages 15 expected here within 10 or 12 Days. This Lord, fince be quitted the Command of the Army in Italy, is arrived at Moutpellier, in order to recover his Health, which is �very much decayed. It is faid, the King wants to confult him with regard to the Operations of next Campaign-in Italy, for which we are told 35,000 Spaniards will be rea-dv by the End of March. The Vjfcount Trentes de Li-ms, Ambafiador from the Ring of Portugal, received a Courier laft Week from Lifboh with private Difpatch.es, the Contents of which are not pubiilbed. The feme. Courier brought Letters to the Queen, which were delivered into her own Hands, by the Vifcount. The Duke lie Salas Montalegre, late Frirne-Minifter of the King of the Two Sicilies, acquires daily more Credit at Court, and there is a great Probability that he will foon be employed ia the fame Capacity.by his Catholic Majefty. Gtnoa, Nov. 8. The Marquis de Botta has lately figni-�ed to the-, Government, chat if they delay'd paying �im the Remainder of the Contributions, he would fsnd into the City the T?pops that may be left in this Neighbour,, hood, after all thole intended for Provence have marched. The Dread of being obliged to find Winter-Quarters for 10 Battalions, and expofed to all the Inconveniencies that would result from i', h:is determined the Senate to furnifh, in two dtfterent Payments, the Sum of 200,000 Croifades orGenouins, whico U ail the Money now left in the Bank of St. George. The Autlrian Troops continue to exaft Contributions of Provjiions and Forage from the feveral Communities along the L'oaft, who are the lefs able to fupply them as they have been already exhaulted by the Faffige of the Army of the Three Crowns. Befides this, they demand fuch a Quantity of Utenfils, as very much encreafes our Misfortur.e: So that the Confufion of this State is fo far from diminifhing, that it ftill augments. The Common People, who did -not forefee the fatal Situation they are in, difcover fuch Signs of Difcontent as mew1 they are not averfe to a Revolt : Which makes us fear that Matters will^omeatlatr to yet greater Extremities. Hanover, Nov. .22. The King of Great-Britain our Elettor, has granted? Perifions to the Widows of ail thofe who were killed in the Action near Liege, or who are fince dead of their Wounds. We are affured, that our Troops in the Allied Array will be reinforced in the Spring by feveral Regiments*hat are ilill here, and that the Landgrave Wilharfj-of- Hefle hwatfo refolved to fend 6000 more Men into the Pay of the Maritime Powers. Hamburg, 7/^ 2^ �\\ the Advices from Bohemia mention the Arrangements taking by Prince Lobkowitz, to enable him to affemble, in cafeof Need, an Army of 4� or 50,000 Men, and the other,Difpoiitions he makes for the Security 0f-the Kingdom, from whence Recruits are however continually'fent for Italy, the Court of Vienna propofing to aft agaimVProvfcnce with an Army of not Ids fhan 80 or 90,000 Mfch. The States of Hungary have agiin offer'd the ^mpr*&-Qween .to make their ialt Efforts, tea to facriiict wry Thing for the Defence of hqr Domi-ni0Ds, if they ftouM b�; attached >gain. They write jjom VVarfiv,. that the Dyet feparated on the 14th, the i>uncio% who had feparated from the Senate, not bein PTuaded to rejoin it, tbo* theMarfhal �f their Bpttfeh* all the Mean* imaginable to induce them to it. Thefe J*i'ets add, that the Court had refplved to return to Dref j*n, and that the two Princeffes would fet out on the 24th, Djt their Majetlies could not follow till io or 12 Days after . Paris, Nov. zt. The Letters from Bcitany fay, that the Detachments from Flanders are arrived there, and that the Duke de Pesthievre was vifitin^all the Coaltsand Fortreffes of the Provinces, before he rnelets the States of the Province at Rennes. Thefy w.rre 'from Provence, that the Auitcians andj pRdmon,tez,e.ha,ve, pafljed the Vars>, and that M. MaUi�'rf.aisi not being able to make Head ag-inft them, had thrown iooo Men into Antibe*, and 3000 into Toulon, the Fortifications of which have been augmented, and was retiring with the reft intp the Heart of the (Provence, to wait for the Reinforcements, and the Arrival cf IVI. Bel'e-ifle. We hear, the Enemy increase every Day, and that Reinforcements alfo arrive daily in our Army, which h;is been joined by 2500 Provincial Voluntiers. By thefe Means we fxpeft foon to be able to oppofe the Enemy7 without the Atuitance of the Spaniards, who have qu tied the Caule, 6 Battalions being embarked for Naples, and the Rell upoa-the Point of retiring into Savoy. T-hey are bufy at Marfeilles, and all the neighbouring Maritime Places, to put thcmfelvcs in a State of Defence to keep off the Englifh Men of War, from which a Defcent, or fome other Jjiverfion, is daily expected. Brufels, Nov. 24. jvjechlen and Vilvorcjep are fpctify-ng with all Expedition, and a great N"umber of Palifades, are fending by the Canal to be placed in the New Works. The Anftrian Huffars continue their Excurfions to the very Gates of Louvain, and tfjc French Troops are never able to come up with them. JmJJerdam, AW. 28. We have Letters herefrom New-York, which import, that the Governor was^ fet out from thence for Albany, in order to mark out a Camp for the Troops intended for the Expedition againft Canada.- From hence it appears, that this Expedition was deferred till the Strecefs of the D. D^Anville's Enterprise againit Cape Breton was known, and that Advantage will be immediately taken (jf the Difafter of the French Fleet. Hague, Nov. 29, N.S. Count Harrach delivered in Yelierday his Credential Letters, as Plenipotentiary Mini-iter from the Emprefs Queen of Hungary and Bohemia, and his Excellency was acknowledg'd in that Quality by their High Mightineffes. The Minifters and Generals of the Courts of London and Vienna, have frequent Conferences with the Prefident and Deputies of the States General. LONDON. Naphs, Nov. i. On the 26th, 27th, 28th? 29th, and 30th paft, anchored in this" Port, after a tedious Voyage, from Majorca, Antibes, Njce, and Villa Franca, eight Tranfport Vefiels, with about uoo Soldiers, whereof 450 out of the King's Auxiliary Troops from Lombardy, and 650 Spaniards from Majorca. There remain at Antibes about 500 Foot with the Baggage, and the Cavalry, which, they fay, are,on the Point of Sailing for this Kingdom. Twelve Battalions out of the Spanifh Troop* on the Coall of Provence, are expefted to arrive in this Kingdom, to proteft it againft any Inva-fion. Munich, Naii. 17, N.S. On the 15th Infiant the Emprefs Dowager received an Ellafette from her Sitter the Queen of Poland, with Advice, that a Marriage is concluded between the Dauphin and the third Princefs of Saxony. The French Miniiler at Warfaw has kified her High-nefs's Hand, and the Marquis de Ntvemois, Son to the Duke of Nevers, is faid to ba named to receive and conduct the Princefs into France. By Letters pi the 9th Jnilant from Genoa, we have aji Account, that Montal-ban and Villa Franca have capitulated, qpon Condition that jthe Garrifons (hall not ferve againft the Emprefs and King of Sardinia for 18 Months, and that every Thing was preparing with the utmoft Zeal ahd Induftry for the In va fi dh of Provence. tia^ue, Nov. 15. N.S; We learn from Paris, by Letters of the 2 lit Inttant, that the Chevalier de BelKfle was fuppofed to be arrived at Chalon$ upon the Saone, arid to have proceeded to Lyons, in Qrcjer to enabark at thofe Place's the Troops ieftin*d. for Provense. Jt is reckoned, that at the End of this Monthj M. de Bellifie will have received a Reinforcement pf-zOiBattalions. Some new Re-g,itnents .which WWC in A^facff^ iave received Orders to march inter Provence, and tfie Regiment of Lowendahl, which is�necfthbfe'which"/guardjejd' "tJw Lines, is of the Number that is to go to the^ Fr^iche jCpff�te# and proceed from thence into P/rovenqe py the. Rhone. 'TU faid that they are rarting in Britaity rtooo Mea, who are to be furmed into,Regular Trodps, for the Protection and Security of that Province, or to i'erve elfewhere, in therpom of thofe which afe marching thither. Weftminfter, ,N�v. 21. .Hts Majefty came this Day to the Houie of Peers, and beinjg in" Jus Royal Rotfes^ fewed of �the Throne with the ufual SolemnitySir Wjlliam�attn derfon. Deputy Gentleman-Ufher of the Bfack-Rpd, wi; fent with a MeiVage f.om his fclpjefly to the Hpufc ot Common?, commandir.g their Atumlsnce in the I'loufe t-f Peers. The Common^ being' c^me thither accordingly, his M3Jelly was pleafrd to give the Royal .^flVnc'to, An A3 for the further 'covtipui-g utf rfA nude in f'-e la I Ztjfons cf Pailianent, intitltd, An A3 to impnvcr Lis A,'a � jejiy to Jecvre and detain Inch Prrpr.s as h;i \UijeJty fi:alL ful'pefl are con fairing agairtfl hts Pcrj-jfT ar.d (Jovern^ Went. Whitehall, Nun ftiuire the Kiaht 2 z. The King has been pleafed to con-* Hon. William Earl cf Harrington, his Majefty s Lieu enant (Jeneral and Governor General of fisMajefty's Kingdom of Ireland, in the room of the Right Honourable i'hil.p Earl of Chdjkrfield. The King has been pieafed rp appoint Robert Trevor, Efq; to be one of the Commiflioners of the Revenue m the Kingdom of Ireland, in the room of the Lcrd Vifcouct Dupplin. Whitehall, AW. 22. The King has been, plcaied tn con-flitute and appoint the Right Honour-be Lord John Mon-fon, Richard Plummer, Robert Herbert, John Pitt,. Bap^ tilt Levefon Gower, and Jame,s Grepville, Efqrs. together wjth Thomas Hay, Jifq; commonly called Lord Vifcounc Dupplin, and Francis Fane, Kfq; in the room of Edwara Aftie, Efqj who has refigned, and James Brudenell, KU;J deceas'd, to be Comcrufiioners fur Tiade and Plantations. Admiralty, Nov. 21. Captain Rodney, Commander of his Majefty's Ship the Eagle, being on a Cruize, on the 29th of Iaft Month, he took a French Privateer, called the Shoreham of Nantz, carrying 22 Guns and 260 Men, after a Chafe of 16 Hours, and has bruight her whh him into Crookhaven. The Letters from Paris arefulLof the magnificent and gracious Reception given by the King, and all the Royal Family to Marfhal baxe, which obliges even his Enemies to pay outwardly their Court to him. He has been agnin publicity complimented and Hatter'd at the Opera, in a Sopg addrefs'd to him by one of their celebrated Singer?. The King, befides the uch Prefents he has made, him, has afTured him of his Friendship, and endeavours to get hint confirmed Duke of Cburland, to which Dignity he was once elected by a Party. From the lame Place we are informed, that the Obfe-quies of the Deccaled Dauphinefc, were celebrated on the 24th, N.S. at the Cathedra^ of Notre Dame ; that they are fending Cannon, Mortars, and Military Store�, witu all Expedition into Provence; that Count de B-llifle, Brother of theMarfhal, is already arrived there j and that fome Letters from that Country deny that the Auftrians and Piedmontefe have actually palled the Varo. We are affured from Stockholm, that the French Inte-reft these is ftill uodermoft, notwithftanding the EmiU'aries of the Court of France leave no Stone unturn'd to make it once more;prevail. They write from Peterfburgh, that the Troops in Livonia ftill keep quartered in fuch a Manner, that a large Bod^ may be at any Time foon drawn together, in Cafe of an Emergency. It is faid his Royal Higbnefs the Duke of Cumberland is appointed Generaliffimo of the Queen of Hungary's Forces in Flanders; and that he will let out for ftol-land in a few Days. We hear, that three Battalions of the Guards,' three Regiments of Dragoons and (ieveral marching Regiments, are order'd to hold themfeives in readintfs to embark for Flanders. On Saturday laft a Company of Soldiers march'd over Weltminlter-Bridge, with Drums beating ; which is the firft Inftance of any Number of People going over together. Yefterday Morning was jnarried at St. Jameses Church -^-Harwood,- �tq; of Oxfordfhire, to Mifs Schutz, Daughter of Auguftus Schutz, Efq; Mafter of trie Robes and Privy'Purfe to his Majefty; a -very agreea"ble young Lady with a confiderableJt'ortune. . , On Saturday laft a Grant pafi'd the Great Seal uctd Henry Flitcroft, �fcj; of the Office of Maftej" Carpenter of all his Msjefty's Works and Buildings in England, in the room ofWefiby Gill, Efq; A Patent li&ewife pafs'd the Great Seal for the 'Creation of a Baronet of Great Bfitajn, uuto William Peppeiel/. Efqi to him and his Heirs Male for ever. On Saturday laft a Lighterl^den with Coak, was funk in going thro' London-Bridge, but the Man favM himfetf try 'jSrmping into the Skiff. On Friday laft died; at his Hpufc in Shadwell, Captain' Gibbon, formerly ^ Coniniandc* the Merchants service. ' ' - ..... � A D V E RT [S\: M F. NTS are cake;-, in tor this Paper, ?r Leva's Cof'fee-HoVsti, vn Lombard-Street
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