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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 9, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. Nir k b. '3 7 #2, TUESDAY,   December 9,   1746. DeaU   'December 7. AME down the Montague, Mat-gthews ; the Thomas and Anne, Pufhman ; and ivlemland, Tutt, for Plymouth ;  Elizabeth, Bolt, for Portfmouth ;  William  and Anne, Praton, for Virginia ; the John and Mary, Rogers ; Sarah, Rolles ; Thompfon, Thompfon.; and Bee, Durell, for Pool ; ^Gibraltar Packet,Wright, for Cork; |CoIlenden, Bere ;  Eleanor, Craven ; and the Neptune, for Montferrat; and remain with the Centaur, Porcupine, and Swan ; and the Outward-bound ; as in my d.   Wind vV.S.W. Grave/end, Dec. 7.   PaG'd by the Foxhunter, Haines ; |Nancy, Alcock ; and Chandois, J\ilham, from Rotterdam. IFalmouth, Dec. 4. Arrived the King George Patket, from Lifbon. Put back the Hope, bound for tlie Straits. Wind S.W. Pool, Dec. 6. Sailed the George, and the Chatfield-jolliffe, to wait Convoy for Carolina. Came in jofeph and Hannah, Anftry, from Newfoundland. Southampton, Dec. 6. Arrived Joleph and Anne, and the Mary, from Jerzey ; and the Benjamin and Margaret, from Sunderland. Dover, Dec. 7. Since my laft arrived the York Privateer, Capt. Gravenor, from a Cruize ; and a Dutch Ship from Bilboa, for London. Came in the Induftry Privateer from a Cruize.   The York Privateer is faiFd again. The Providence, Skinner, from Virginia, is arrived at, Loaghendale in Scotland. The jenny, Davidfon, from Gibralcar at St. Kitts. The Cato, -, from Newfoundland, at Tinmouth, The William and Mary, Kdly, from Newfoundland, at Dublin. The Tryton, -, from London, at ditto. Chamberry. Nov. 28. Tho' the Foot belonging to the Infant have halted upon the March, rhe Military Cheft continued to come forwards, and is arrived here. The Workmen aHb go on to fit up and furnifh the Apartments de-figned for his Royal Highrtefs^ and, we are affured, that the whole Army will be in this Dufchy by the 10th of next Month. Extracl of a Letter from Ratisbon, Dec. 4. ' Tho' you may have heard in general, that the Mini-ftry of the Dyet were divided in Otinion> concerning  the Declaration of M. de la Noue, you may not have been informed what were the different Sentiments on that ' Occafion, which I now fend you.   Some were for receiving it provifionally, as anfwcring the End propofed by the States of the Empire, of maintaining a Neutrality with the neighbouring Princes.   Others judged, that it could not be admitted without a previous Acknowledgement of tha Imperial Dignity, becaufe Pieces addrefted to the Dyet were not recievable unlefs the Dignity of the Eftablifhed Head of the. Germannic Body were acknow-' ledged by them.  Upon the Offer made by the Court of France, to comprehend the Brifgau and the Anterior Auftria in the Neutrality of the Empire, and give all the Security the Dignity of the French Crown would ad-' mit of; lome were of Opinion, that this Declaration might be received as. a proper Opening to lead to fome more extenfive Explications upon what regards the Im-' perial Dignity.   Others added, in the fame View, that the Dyet might take upon it to tranfmit M. de la Noue's ' Declaration to Vienna, in order to know in what Manner the above Offer, regarding the Brifgau and Anterior Auftria,  would be received by the Imperial Court. There*were alfo fome Minifters who excufed themfelves ' from declaring- on this Subject, till they knewgprecifely ' the Senfe of theiij feveral Courts.     The Miniller of Brandenburgh thought'this Offer demanded the utmoft ' Regard from the States of the Empire, on Account of the Affurance given in it, that the Neutrality fhould be eftablifhed upon a folid Footing, and fecured againlt all Attack.' LONDON. The principal Heads of Accufation againft Count Bian-cani, who was beheaded on the 26th of November, N.S. at Milan, were, 1. That he hadentred into the Service of the Enemies of his Auguft Sovereign. 2. That he had procured Subfiftance for tnofe Enemies. And, 3. Thathe had communicated to them the Thought and Means of getting Poffeflion of the important Poll of St. Angelo. Letters from Paris fay, it is only under certain Conditions, which however they believe will be accepted, that the Cstholic King has confented to fend a Part of his Troops to join tne French in Provence. The Marquis de Botta, who continues to command in j Italy, whilft Count Brewn directs the Expedition in Provence, has Orders to fend all the Imperial Troops after the { ^ir, as fait as they can arrive in the State of Genoa from the different Parts of Lombardy, where they are now | quartered. Upon the Elector of Bavaria's difbanding a Part of his i Troops, the King of Pruffia has fent an Officer into his Dominions, in order to engage in his Service all the m.oit able Men, that are willing 10 continue in the Army : Whence it appears, that this Monarch, notwithftanding the Satisfaction lately given him, has no Thoughts of making any Reduction in his own Troops. ExtraZl of a Letttr from Portfmouth, Nov. 27.-' Yeflerday in the Afternoon arriv'd at .^pithead his Ma-jelly's Ship Pembroke, Admiral Townfhcnd, from Cape Bieton, after a Paffa^e of 28 Days, (the Squadron under his Command, viz. Kingfton, Hampshire, Dover> Kin-iale, Hind Sloop, Louifbourgh Firefhip, and a Sture-iliip, ieparated from him in a hard Gale of Wind, off the Banks of Newfoundland) fhe has had violent Winds at'Sea for this Fortnight paft, and on Monday it blew fuch a Storm they feared they muft have been oblig'd to cut away he~r Mails. 4 Late laft Night arriv'd the Hornet Sloop, and alfo a Traniport of the Duke d'Anville's Squadron, with Soldiers on board,moft of them Sick, many of whom died on their Paffage, taken by his Majcliy's bhips Princefta and Panther, of Admiral Anfen's Squadron, who were in the Bay when the Hofnet left them, and brings Advice that the fame Evening they left them, faw two large Ships in the Night making faife Fires, ufual among the French, 1 and (uppofes them to be of D'Anville's Squadron, which : 'tis not aoubced, we fhall have a good Account of, as our : Fleet is fo properly ltationed. ' Theie is a Man of War now in the Offing coming up ' for Spithead, and 'tis likely tc be one of Mr. Town-' (bend's Squadron, which we hope will all arrive fafe and ' iuon.' Yefterday arrived a Mail from the Weft-Indies, brought by the Fawkener Packet, Capt. Lee, who came frpm Jamaica on the 23d of October i but as the Letters were not delivered, we can only inform our Readers pf the-"ct&th cf Thomas Davers, Efq; Commander of his Majcliy's Fleerat Jamaica. Letters from Barbadoes, of the 13th of September, mention that they had a very fine Seafon ; but jutt before the Letters came away, they'had a Blaft amongft their Sugar'CancS. His Majefty's Ship the Namure, Commodore Bofcawen, return'd to Plymouth on the 5th Inftant. She parted fiom the Squadron under Admiral Anion the Day before, about 50 Leagues to the Weftward of the Lizard ; they had very bad Weather, and fome of the Squadron had fuffcj'd in their Malts and Rigging. They write from St. Kitts, of the 15th of September, that Capt. Dennis, in a Rhode-Ifland Privateer, had taken and fent into that Iiland, a French Privateer of 8 Carriage and 12 Swivel Guns. And that Capt. Woolford arrived there in a Privateer, on the above Date, with a Prize, who has on board 40,000 Dollars, two Chelts of wrought Plate, and a large Quantity of Cocoa. They write from Plymouth, that on the ut Inft. came afhore there a Brigantine, with a White-Horfe at her Heafl", Pink-ftern'd, and a Rofe and Crown carv'd over her Cabin Windows ; laden with Hops and Plank. S eal after Michaelmas Term, at Lin-coin's-Inn Hall. ' Yefterday Morning died a?'his Hdufe in Queen Square-, Wellminiler, after a lingring lllnel's, the Right Rev. Dr. Nicholas Ctaggit, Lord Bifl-.op of Exeter.s Yefterday Mr. Juftice Burnet, one of the Judges of th� Court of Commcn-Pleas, let out for Bata in order to make Ufe of the Waters. Charles Eversfield, Efq; Member of Parliament for S eyning in Sufiex, lies dangeroufly ill, at his houle in. Stretton Ground, Wcftmihfter. Yefterday 21 Prifoners were tried at the Seffions Houfe in the Old-Bailey, io whereof were caft for Tranipofta-tion, and 11 acquitted. , 1 here being very few Prifoners to.r,ry) 'tis expected the Seffions will end this Day about Noon. Yefterday 29,283 15,467.were crawta Prizes of 500 1-. and 49,395, 38,606, 37,699, 23,862, 15,467, 16,550 37,804 and 48,5^6 were drawn Prizes of 1001. eact\. Number 29,283, a Prize of 500 1. and 38,606, a Prize of 100 1. drawn Yelierday, were both fold in Shares, aty Hazard's Lottery-Office. Norwich, Dec. 6. On Monday laft the Rev. Mr. Heath wasprefented by the Dean and Chapter,to the Vicarage of St. Stephen':, vacant by the Death of the Rev. Mr. Man-love. On Thurfday the Rev. Mr. Jofeph Hogan was inftituted to the Rectories of Sparham and FoxleyTn the County of Norfolkj vpil by the Ljeath of the Rev. Mr. Lombe. Brijld, 6. Thurfday Morning very early, the London Stage was ftopp'd and robb'd on Bufl'elton-Com-mon, by tnree Fellows poorly mounted, fuppofed to be the fame that have infetted the Ropewaik near Lawford's-Gatc for fome Time paft. SCOTLAND. Edinburgh, Dec. 2. Thurfday laft one of the Name of Frafer, Factor to the Lord Lovat, was brought in Prifoner to the Caftle. Friday the Judges of the Poll for the Election ef Ma-giftrates and Counfellors of this City met, but a further Scrutiny being infilled on, their Meeting was put off till To-morrow at three o'Clock Afternoon. That Day died much lamented the Lady of Alexander Birnie of Broomhilh       ..-.*�. " "�tfPTfe'ar from"the Wortfi.^that a French Privateer of 20 Guns, and 150 Men, was taken off Peterhead, by one of his Majefty's Ships of War. Saturday laft .were difbanded^ thirteen Men out of each Company of the City-Guard, which were enlilkd on Account of the late Rebellion. On Sunday laft pafied through this City in their Way to London from the North, fome of the Exculpatory Wit-nelTes fummoned up to attend the Trials, which come on the 15th Inft,. Yefterday William Nelbitt, of Dirleton, Efq; wasuna-nimoufly chofen Grand Mailer of the Free Malons in Scot--4an�k. ..... - -  _ Aberdeen, Nov. 26. Yefterday, about Four in the Morning the Right Eton, the Lord Hugh Sempil, Bngadier-Geaeral of his Majefty's Army, departed this Life, to the great Grief of all thofe who had the Happine-fs' of his Lordfhip's Acquaintance ; the Virtues of Jultice and Humanity, which were evidently confpicuous in his Lordfhip's Conduct, made all thofe happy over whom he commanded. As he lived beloved, he died much lamented. High-Water this Day at London-Bridge, at 37 Minutes after 7. ---\-=-- - ADVERTI.SFMILNTS are taken in tor this Paper,    Lloyd's Coffe b-Houss, \.u Lombard-Street   

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