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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 6, 1846, London, Middlesex The 11 l M> *"* '*t-�. 3780: $ A T U R D� A Y, Dec^jiiber 6, ;i74& XW, December 4. AIL'Dihis Morning his Maje-fty's Sloop Shark, bri a Cruize. \ Remain in the Downs his Maje- 51 fty's Ship the Centaur, Surprise, ?> Swan and Porcupine Sloops,with ;i the Outward-bound Ships. Wind S.S.W. Dover, Dec. 4. Arrived a Dutch Dogger, from Lifbon, JI ~for London. Falmouth, Dec. 1. Put back the Young Ceres, Mbg- ; gridge. Juft now arrived a Schooner from Antigua, Name \ not known! Wind S.W. Dartmouth, Dec. 2. Yefterday came in Gens Maught, -from Zurickzee, for Limerick; and this Day the City of Wifmaer, from London for Leghorn. Ceiues, Dec. 3. Put back the Swarte Walfig. Came in *j the Jonge Anna, from Amfterdam for Lilbon. The Mermaid, James, from Virginia, is arrived at Ply- [\ mouth. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland. Petenburgb, ffo>v. 22. As there is- a Report, that there are Come Perrons in the Dyet of Sweden, who throw out injurious I nfinuations concerning the New Works, which the Emprefs has caas'd to be erecited at Wibourgh and.the 1 neighbouring Places, we are* very curious to know what reauy pafles in that Dyet. The Directors of Commerce ;i have made a Report to the Coart, fetting forth the Means ' of makiBg the Trade of this Empire, under her Imperial; Majefty's Protection, as flourishing as it is capable of being : But they have been
f NewportJa-^h�-Ceuhty of fiflex and Diocefe of London. The fame Day a 'Patent pafs'd the Great Seal, appointing WUliam P�rry,:.ECa,; to be Cuftos'Rotulotum in the Cqunty of Radnor.. � : On Thurfday Night lafr the Orator was deliver'd into tJwXuftodyof Mr-.-Ovcrsr the Mefl'enger, by Order of the Right Hon. the Eax| of Cheflerfield; fbeiijg committed ibrjaideavoatinaita ahenate the Minds" of"ms Twajefjy's Snbjeib from their ^Allegiance) in order tor be examined by his Lordfhip. 1 !''� ; ' r. Yefterday Morningnear 100 Years ol^ge, at heir Houfe in Duke-ftre^J,^ Weftminfter, the Right Hon. the ta^y Trevor, F^eli^ of the Right Hon.. the Lord Trevor, ^prmerly Lord Chk� Joftice of the Qouil of Comtnoh Pleas, and Lord ffrgfident of his Majefty's' CbUncil. ! Yefterday Nomb^^,424 was draWna Priae of 20001. i6,r3}, 5001. and J0,si8,9 tLloyd's Coffis-House. Lombard-Street
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