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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 27, 1846, London, Middlesex                                1* b. 3771 t h u r s d a'yi"VoSe.mber 27,' 1746. .DtW, Nwemfer 25. IS Majefty's Ship Centaur, Fox> Surprize, Swah Sloo'p, Scipio Firefhip remain, * with all the Oatwacdf bound Ships.  Qame down the S*art> Howdl, for Plyinpa^i.   Wind South. Covues, Nov. 24. &Ijttyiitb, Nov .23. Since n\y laft caaiein the Elisabeth, Coo-lidge, from London. Wind SW. Yefterday put in here, by Stjefs of. Weather, his Majesty's Ship the Shoreharn, after a Cruize, offeven Days.   V^indS.W. VortfmQutb, Naii. .24. Yefterday came into Harbour the Captain Man of War, Capt. Pallifer, from a Cruize, to be dock'd. The Dragon, Draught,  from Dublin, -is arrived at Barbadoes. The Lydia, Tiffin, from.London, at Maryland. The Rebecca, Butoher, fro^ Dublin, at Philadelphia. The Four Brothers^ Brazier, 'from London; and Pp%, Dudding, from St. Kitts, at New-York. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland. Naples, Nov. 8. All poffibfe Diligence is ufed to augment and repair jhe Fortifications of'the defenfible Places, and to eftablifh Magazines, in order for the aiTemblirig an Army upon the Frontiers or'-the Further Abruzzo.   All the Troops, which have received Orders to repair thither will arrive before ,the End of the Year, and the King has declared, that if Circum fiances require it he will put him-^ felf at the Head of this Army, which, independant of: the Garrifon?, will Confift of 30,000 Men.   The Levies oi Solders, to recruit the Regiments returned from Lombar-' dy, go on with all defirabfe Succefs, and every Province, by Order of the Government, is to furnifh a certa'n Number of Horfes, within a Time prefcrib'd, to remount the Cavalry.   Lad Week feyeral Tartans arrived here from' Catalonia, having Troops on beard, and the Mailers of them fay, that others are to follow.   We fent Yeilerday 40ooFafcines to Caftle-Nuovo. Florence, Nov. 12. We have Letters here from Naples importing, that the Levies continued in that Kingdom i that 4000 Men, Part Old Troops and the Reft Militia, were already there from Sicily ; that 15,000 Men had been lent off towards San; tGermano, and 10,000 were ported at Tronto. Thefe Letters add, that the King of Poland, Eleclor of Saxony, had writ to the King of th� Two Sicilies, his Son-in-law, -that he could not d^ffuade* the Court of Vienna frprn.its,Re(olution of invading'fhej Dominions of his Sicilian Majefty j that this News had been kept fecret at Court, for-Fear of affecting the Queen; who was indifpbfed ; but thatli'Cf Majefty nad been in-formed ef it by her Confeflbr ; that the King having been afterwards to vifit the Queen, and finding her troubled, had enquired aod learned the Motives of her Gr\e'f; which fo incetjfed hjs .Majefty, that he;.immediately ordered the Confeflbr into Exile, but remitted the Sentence upon the Queen's' Interppfition. Turin, Nov. 14. The Garrifon of Tortona has, at laft, demanded to capitulate, bin upon honourable Conditions, and, among others, one requiring Leave to evacuate Italy without Interruption. Countde la Mente, who commandj the Troops employed in the Blockade of this City, having Orders to grant no other Terms but thofe 0 " furjr�ndring at Difcretion, .war.obliged todifpatch a Courier on this Occat ton to the King at Nice, in.p.r.der to know his. Majefty's Intentions. We exped very foon to be informed what they are. His Majefty is not expected here till after the'Paffage of the Varo is effected. We have received Advice, 'that General Breithnitz, who commanded the Imperial Troopj in Tafcany, having obtain'd his Diijpiffion, lias enteredini to the Service of the-King of the i wo Sicilies, who bad promoted, him to the Rank of a Lieutenant-General. ' Genoa, Nov. 12. Some Days ago a grand Council of War was held at Pietro d**Arehai in which 'jt^was rgfoly|ed] taempark 8 or] 10,000 Men at Villa Francha, in order tq make a Defcent at thelites of Hieresi uoder Cover of thl Engli/h Squadron, which isjt Vado. Jntjie mean Time! Count Brown fet outfonje DiysjgQ to l^ice. The Auf> trians,, fame of whom have already entred tjhe City, re* quire.co be immediately furtyfhed with Beds./pr the Officer! in the Suburbs e^Saa ^?4ro,fa:n(i6qoo.iMf^fl'e5,vw/(tll Coverlids, for the Sotjhprs;. But the gr,and Point ls^tcj know where to find them. >We have yet paid nomor^ than 1,600,000 Genouins i but the jeft-rnuft be irn'mei lately made up, with the; Addition of zpo^oco for tprs. Our Navigation is not now.atalIiuc!erruptedJ)'y (he Englifh. . � Scajfbaufjin, Nov. 23. .W*. have Le#e,rs from Nice,; dated cry: 13th, which Tag^at a. Word about th'eFaitage' of the Varp by the AJiifsjyiBd gnjy take. Notice, thatthei March of the Apftriafls^shgena- lhjtje,retarded by the,' Abundance of Snpw, which has fallen both in Piedmont' and along tbeCpafh ,  Vienna, Nov. 19. Sir Thomas Robinfbn, the EngUfti Miaifter, has received a Courier from Loudon, with Orders to endeavour, as much as is, in hi> Powe^, to.remove the Difficurties between the Courts ot Vienrii and Berlin,' concerning the'FJtecatibn df tne Guaran^efe stipulated by the 1'reaties of fireflau apd D*t(deh\   Th6 Empress has iflued a Circular Rei'cript, addreffed to all the Generals 4# h,'er Trqjopsi fcft the,,futu/ej to fdllici ofaccept no, DigAity.S Title of Honour, or Military Order, from any Court or Power whatfoe"J-er. Hague, Bet\ 1. Orders have teen fent to the feyeral Places, in wh^ch'the "Engliflt TB^s afe quartered^' that they mould* Ibe'lreatf'd on, th\ fa&e^jpitng as l\p \ roop* of the .States-G^nerki; with a^JDeclaKUion . at tjje /ame Time, that it is expected thefe Trobps'fhould pay for what they have at the Common Prices, and behave orderly. This has produced a very goodTiffecV the Englifh OiEcerj, in genleral, fcavi/�g been -very capful Id' keep the Soldiers of HeftV, after teturning'from' Amftferdam to U^ecte, i$ fet out from the litter of ihofe Places'fof Artlheim. 'Thej xie\V-born'Daughter of the Princefs of Orange and NaiTau has been baptized' by iName,(}f A!n,ne, $eir Roya^ Highneffes the Pfince and JPxiocefs^ tWales, thcDoke of Caqberlarid, and {be J?riattfs Ahielia being Sponfora b>f Proxy. 4 ' LONDON. j Letters fromGenoa, byway of Leghorff.mentfon theDiff covery of a Confpiraey to maflkertthe'Auftrians, and thai the Imperial General had thereupon difarrned the^atiOnal 'Garrifon^ to put all Attempts out Qf their Power. Yt is added, that a .Body of Auftriaris are marched -out pf^the] Parmefah' into the. Neighbourhood of Spezzia, and that fome of them, had anlered into the City of Sarzana. Thelaft PoftfrOm Ha^evef ha> biou^ht: the Copy of .an Iaftrument Figned by h$ Britannick Majefty at KenfingJon^ on the 30th of September,laft, whejby, his Majefty renewf and confirm^, io the taeft -fclegm Manner, the ��Bage> ments he has contracted with hisProfiian Majefty, concerning the Guarantee of the peaceable Polftffipri of theT>u-chy of Silefia, and trie Coun^of QTarz,*.:by his Pfuffian Mai jefty. The King alfo engages to'ende'avour, by all the rreceffary Applications,~t5 Obtain rtrfe fame TRifig*from the States-General. . - T^he George, Hornby, bound from London to Oporto, is taken by the French, and carried into Bayonne. A Veffel of about 70 Tons, laden with Stock Fifh 5 and another of 90, with Pitch and'Tar, "arbtrfkeii, and carried into Dunkirk.        '. 1 The Fanny, JBennet, from Antigua, for Xevefpool, was taken off the Banks of Newfoundland, by the Duke d'Ahviilels Squadron. ! ,!: r The ^efto/atibn, Munby, from the Baltick, .^hich b arrived at vHulI, was taken by the French, and,raafom'd for 7501. ~ - The Claremount, Snow, bound from London to 'Rotterdam, was lately loft off Gohree. '      *   '* Yefterday came Advice-; that hit Majefty'3 SloOp :h| Jamaica, Capt. Arbuthnot, has taken and brought fiitb .Portfmputh, a French privateer^rjr"' Hx Carriage, G^ins, eight'Swivel?, and46 ^en. ' 'l   ' JU*-'J - V The Loyal lytacs, Aflvwell, bound; from Jamaica tp London, which was taken by thcFrench, is re-taken, bir the Chefteriield Man of War? and  is brought into Ply^-tfiouth! / '' ;' ' *      i. The Dake, Montpellier, lound-from Cowes to South Carolina, was t^keo in $he Chapnel hy;a FfenjliiPrir*-teer, who only pot cmr Man oq.board capable-�f fteerinfe the Ship ; by which means the pemSidde�_ of 1hb> left on board further into WeVmbtftK.0    ." ,   , Extracl of a Letter from the Mate if-the Betrfvn'Bri^. * QqSaturday prober i^.bewg" fs'i^e^V^aJjpv^ ' 50S�iL under Convoy of ^,Woolvyic^c?atbS^m^wfe 4 wem fotDnzedby fome French^ Merffef-'WarTioSoii � which^dr Convoy ^Jttea^lie-fleet;: and^w^re' iMCt ' by the Preach ;-and 'itL:^the" Evening* We1 heard_a lo 1 .Re^titiotf-of; Guns,1 and \fuppqM.' th4m/en_  f'eiich, to cbeduft ub tp,fiayefiae.j �nd we.cc^mued our Courfe cill'Satur-ay'the 2c'th'atJio-' in      ^ornTn^,'when our French ''rfinch Pfifon, ,    x       __________-:rrt with the Af- fillance of one Man and a fmall Boy, 'as follows - My Man I arm'd with the Carpenter's Ax, the Bpy with an Adie, and myleif toitfi^he Captain's Sword arid ah old Rufty Piffol thaHvbiild hot'go;b# without a Fire \m U ) ihj fcting nil iipnn Jhf Tlti\\mfffff)fi ,thc,,gap-. tain who was in the Cabin, arrrted'-in -the manner above mention^," I led my Criwi^ohI Deck,'hopinFaa.hohou-rable Cotqueft} lappoiritedta Genrjniel afftt*? Hatch, forjthe Captan's Apowacb, , ana imrrrediate4y olear/d the Quarter; Deckj.iby 4aruJgiy~floufifhing.* BJ^fiwofd and pte&ftting- my Piftoi ;on hearing tbeNoife the Captain Came ttp, faying, Piifeneri frifinerl no Foree, and .delivsr'd me his Arm?v' �I.tuimediately made them hoift out .the Long-boat, and ordered the Captain, Boqt-fwain and two more to get, into her, and yeer'd t,herri "0T,B*er, flair a'rJag 01 Cre^a, ;wat,h wars, Malt and ' '^ll'mv PrayersbQ6d' for their^fe Arrival oh 5noar, � ind at ibiH the Mbroihg turns theiri off, .with the J Wi^d'at N.W.   Qri t1|fe(daV the Yith' of Nov. the * Behfoti arrived fafe here, a'^ier^eing u Weeks apd * 'two pays from Barbadpes.  _1 I ;arti, &c. Ri%er Brohvn^ the Mate. Laft Night arrived a Mail in 12 Diys from Lifbon; by which we have the ag*eable News, that his M?j�fty's ^hips;the Defyance,-Capfe Grpenville ; and the Amazon, CaptJFaulkner, who feparated'fiom Admiral Anfon in his late Cruize, and loft rheinMafis, got iniP(Lift>On the Ah. ofNov.N.8. �   ?   " : And.on the 13th following arrived in tha^Port, his Majefty'sShip ^he Wootwich^N Capt. Jofeph Lingeti frrtMonday lift wa> married 41 tenth; **HiM daughter of Twhri H tth; �ft�ff daughter of Jwhri Hed-Aworthi ySfttUbtet ofWaMtom for the1 ^bmity of DafhiiH, �aTAob^i^yd^iI^j^,-wfth%?efy Irfrge . JfOTttn�. .^hfei CerernOrV^f*a�'-Jpe^fprrri'ii ^he-Hev. :i1r, Lamb^.Raa^r'-^ea^a^^d1^^ bT^^frtr.' As rdik ah-M41i^�-l>etw*^^oScf'the p*Mi^4M moil confiderable Families in this Country, the new%�i'iried �auple we,re enmpiimfinted with^popular Acclamation&.and e^nd^andL Gj�fneloV by Bells ritigiife, Jonfiws, aufi JHurBHlatWe.OThe Ships J^ftlfn ip the Harhour nf Sundfrland fifpti their. Cinns, hpjftp^ tj�r l^nd^A^^^e^ t^r.Colcw^^ojipur of the Day.     ^ v 0, ^ ADVE RT IS F. M I/. NTS are taken in for this Paper,    Lloyd's Coff re-House, vn Lombard-Street-   

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