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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 8, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. N u. m a. 3781* MONDAY, .December 8,   2746. Deal> December 6. I AILED this Morning his Maje-fty's Ship Surprize to the Weft-ward. Came down theWilliam, Street, for Gibraltar ; Hannah, Kilpatrick ; Owen Gaily,Wood; and -, Williamfon, for Gibraltar ; Ellis, Francis, for Fai-mouth ; Diamond, Ellis, for Barbadoes ; Elizabeth, Weft, for Pool ; the Kitty, BrbvVnhill, for Cork ; Maryland Merchant, Gorman, for Maryland ; the Dutchefs, Garnet, forBriftoI; Friendfiiip, Gnmltead, for Shoreham ; Scroop, Rafberry ; Kowland, Kjdelon ; the St. George, Woodrope, for St. Kitts; Wilfet, Griffith, for the Weft Indies; King's Filher, Green, for Dublin ; and Hope, Turner, for Shoreham ;] and remain with the Men of War and Outward-bound Ships, as in my laft. Wind W.S.W. The William and Thomas, Backhop, from Philadelphia, is arrived at Leverpool. The Greenlted, Howell, bound from Shoreham to Cork, is taken by a Spanifh Privateer. Stockholm, Nov. 23. The Order of Peafants continue to infift ftrongly, that their Deputies (hall have a Seat in the Secret Committee, as formerly, which they lo^k upon as a Right of great Importance, and have communicated thereupon an Extract of their Refolujion, containing their Reafons lor not acquiefcing in what had been before urged upon the Subject by the other Orders. A!! the four Orders have unanimoufly agreed to make a Pre feu of 100,000 Crowns to the young Prince Guftavu*, in Confideration of their being his Godfathers. They gave formerly the fame Sum to King Charles XII. upon the like Occaiiur.. Six Ruffian Gallies have entered the Poit of Fredericttfharn in Finland ; and fix more have been feen on the Coafts of the fame Province, iteering for Revel. Munich, Nov. 30. The Elector oi Bav;ria will fct out in January next for Drefdtn, and very magnificent Equipages are preparing for him with all Diligence. The ivli-mfters of his Electoral Highoefs are very bufy in reftoring the Finances of that Electorate, and caufing Trade�to revive and flourifh. Wiih the latter View an Ordonnance has been publifhed, by which his Electoral High.nei's-pro-raifes great Advantages tri thole that will cltablifh Manufactures in his Country, and contribute by their Induftry, to whatever may augment ani better the Commerce of it. For the fame Purpofe a College is erected, to be compofed of feveral Members, who will be authorifed to hear the Proportions of thole who may offer to i'et up any Art or Manufacture, and to grant them fuch Privileges as they can reafonably require. Franckfsrt, Dec. 8. After the Return of Count Cobent-scl, the Imperial Minifter, who is gone to vifit the feveral Courts of the Empire, the Affair of the Aflbciaticn will be pafhed with more Vigour than ever. This Return will be about Chriftmas. The Circle of Franconia has already contented, and refolved, among other Thing?, 1 That * Orders mould be fent to theDiclatorial Deputies at Franc-4 fort to conform thereto ; and that in cafe the Margrave of 4 Anfpach refufes to fend M. D'Albert, his Councellor, to ' the ConereT, the Affembly of the Circle will authorife * the Minifter of Bamberg to take upon him the Direction ' of the faid Congrefs.' There is no Doubt but the Circles of the Upper and the Lower Rhine will conform to the fame Sentiment with regard to the Affociation: But it is not yet known what' Resolution the Circle of Suabia will take upon the fame Subject. Cologne, Dec. 9. The 3d Inftant pafled by here 400 Recruits for the HufTars in the Netherlands, all ftout Men, and well-accoutred'. They were to avoid, as much as pof-fible, croffing any Part of the Elector Palatine's Dominions, where they can have nothing without Ready Money ; nor are any of the Imperial Troops,"that were talk'd, of to take Winter-Quarters in the Dominions of that Prince, yet arrived there. Hague, Dec. 15. ' By our Lettersjuft come in from Pa-' ris we hear, that the PafTage of the Var, tho1 fo long ' expected, has thrown the Court into the greatelt Con-4 fternation; they expect to hear in a few Days, that Tou-' Ion is in the Enemy's Hands; tho'we are allured, that Place has a Battery of 600 Cannon both on the Land and Sea Side. Confufion and Diltraction have tor the laft eight or ten Days reign'd in their Councils; tho'all imaginable Care, nay the utmoft Rigour is ufed to conceal it from the World.' cf the on LONDON. From the London Gazette. Whitehall, December 5'. This Morning arrived at hij Grace the Duke of Nevccajlle's OJ:cf, cue cf bis Majejiy"s Meffengers, with Difpatcbes fr:m Mr. Filettes, his Majijiys Minijier at the Court of the King of Sardinia, containing the Jotlov.ing Advices. Nice, December \) N.Z. THE PafTage of the Var was attempted and executed with the grer.telt Succefs Yefterday Morning. The whole Army maahed in fix Columns, five of Intantry to the Right, and one of Cavalry to the Left. The Body that was the mofl to the R'ght, was defign'd to be the Van Guard, and, by paffing the uppermoft Part of the River, to take the f^w Polls of the Enemy in their Flank ; upon which, and c�eir making a Signal, the other Column* were to advance, and inarch thro' the Water, each them led {by Peafants, who were acquainted with Fording Places. General Brown feeing broad Day-light  coming a-pace, before the Body on the Right had p-ffed-, ordered the Signal to be given from-the Wing on the Left, and began to fire very brifkly with his Cannon, Wi.ich was ad- , mirably polled in the Village of St. Laurent, and a" ltfortg "t Redoute the French had at the Entrance of it. L'ponthij, the Croatian* and Lycanians, with 12 Companies of Grenadiers, in.the Column commanded by Gen. Petazzi, entered the River, and bravely waded tbro' it, tho' very dtcp and rapidjn fome Places ; in which they were feconded by the HufTars and the Cavalry. Upon their Approach to the other Side, the French in the Redoute S'ed fome _hundred Shot; but upon feeing the HufTars rua up the Bank on their Left, to take them irL the Rear, they left the Redoute, and fled with the utmoft Precipitation. Our Grenadiers pufhed forward, and not only fecured the R;doJte, but likewife got on the Mountain, where they took Poll, while the Croatians, Huffars, and ofher Irregular*, purfued the Enemy on the Road to Cagne. Upon General Brown's getting over, he difpofed oi the Head of his Cavalry fo as to maintain theGiound he had gained, and then haftencd to the Right, in his Way to which, he heard Geffltrlif Novati. had paflM--*nd �cured all the Polls on that Side, ar,d that the ether Columns bcu: 30 or 40 Men dfowfced in the PafTage ; and it is not thought the Number of the Killed and Wounded can amount to fomany.     " Vice Admiral Medley being arrived on the 29th of November, N.S.' in Villa Franca Harbour, and having, in purfuance of a Plan fettled between him and the Au-flrian General, ordered the Phoenix, Terrible Sloop, and the Barcolongo (on board of which a Party of German Soldiers were embarked) with eight Pinnaces, under the Command of Captain Frfrbes, to take Stations along the Shore to the Weftward of the Var ; thev llationed them-felves accordingly, and at Day-break made a very bnfk Fire upon rJbe French Poft to the Left of the Village of St. Laurent, and did fo great Service, that General Brown gave the greateft Encomiums of the Behaviour of the Engiifh Seamen, crying out aloud feveral Times, that they had bravely feconded him, and contributed to his Succefs, by fcouring away every thing that appeared upon the Shore, and thereby gready kicreafing the Diforder and Confter-nation of the Enemy. Nice, Dec. 2, N.S. By our Advices this Night from the other Side of the Var, our Army has fecured Vence, and was preparing to march to GrafTe. The Countsy hitherto is totally without Inhabitants ; and the Frencn burn and deftroy all the Subfiftance they can, as they retire. General Brown propofe* to march forward as foon as the Bridges are finifhed for the PafTage of the Artillery, ire. which will be perfected with the utmoft Expedition. His Sardinian Majefty, who had the firft Appearance of the Small-Pox, on the 22d paft in the Morning, is now, God be thanked, in as good a way as can be wifhed, the Symptoms continuing to be very favourable, and the Sma'" Pox beginning already to turn. On Monday the 28th paft, an Officer arrived here, d patched from the Count la Minte, who commanded the Blockade of Tortona, with an Account, That all the Conditions relating to the Surrender of that Place mm^rp Hands, having been finally adjufted and fettled with the SpaD.ifh Governor, he had retaken PofTeffion of it in the Name of the King of Sardinia. Stockholm, Nov. 18 On Thurfday laft General Lubras, the Ruffian Minifter Plenipotentiary, embarked on board of "one of~his''S\vedlf!i"MajCfiy's Yatchsfor ABo^Tfom whence he proceeds by Land on his Return home. Berlin, Dec. 6. A Part cf the Equipage and the Horfes of tbe Ruffian Minifter b'aron Keyferling, namtd to rdidc at this Court, in the room of Count Czcrnichew, are aheady arrived here, and he himfelf is likevvife expected next Week. Hague, Det. 9, N.S. According to Letters from Milan of the 2 2d paft, Prince Charles of Lorrain was expected there foon, in Quality of Vicar-General of Lombardy. The French have lately detached r. Battalions into Pro-ence from the three Bifhopricks. The Letters from Bruf-fek of Yellerday mention, their expecting every Day the Arrival of iVarftal Saxe there from Paris, when it was uppefed that fomething of Coniequence would be undertaken. Higue, Dec. \%, N.S. We juft now hea<\ that his Royal HighneL the Duke of Cumberland landed at Hel-ietfluys this Day&bout Noon, and we are in Expectation of his Royal Highnefs's Arrival here every Moment. Hague, Dec. 13, N,S. Count Maurice of NafTau arriv'd ierethii Afternoon from England ; and Marftial Bathiani is expected To-morrow from Aix la Chapeile. They write from: Vienna, that Gx ExprefTes arrived there on the :toth-fl|t. N.S. from England, Portjgal and Italy, and that the Difpacches brought by them all feemed very agreeable to jjie Imperial Court. Letters from Paifjs lay, that the Court is refolved f� have 80,000 more Meu in the Field nbet Campaign than they had the laft, and that the King will command in Perfon, the Sons of. the Pretender, ferviog under him as Volunteers. M. Saxe continues at Court, and is frequently in Conference with M. D'Aigenib-n : Sj that the Report of his fetting out privately for Flandeis, and being gone" to his Scat at Chsmbord, were equally without Foundation. Trie Sums demanded by the Emprcfs-Queen of-the States of Bohemia, for the Service of the Year 1747, are 2,000,000 of Florins for Ordinaries, and 700,000 for Ex-traorair.aries, 60c,oco for the Troops of her Majefly quartered in the Empire, and 2  an eminent Ruffia Merchant, to Mifs Boyce of Cyjchefter^ 
                            

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