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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 27, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. SATURDAY, December 27, 1746. Deal, December 25, 1 AIL'D the Barbadoes Packet, Geddes, for Guinea. Arrived Yefterday Afternoon his Majefty's Ships Princefi Royal, and Mortar Bomb, for Portfmouth; and remain with his Majslty's Sloop the Swan ; and the Fortune, Moodv, for Ireland. Wind S.byW. Grave/end, Dec. 25. Pafs'd by Duke of Newcaftle, Dale, from Jamaica ; Anfley, Rand, from Oporto ; and Love and Hope, Sheader, from Stockholm. Falmouth, Dec. 22. Arrived the Charlton, Mildrum, from Peazince ; alfo his Majefty's Ships Flamborough, and Viper. Sailed the Syren Man of War, and Cambridge, Doran, to the Eaftward. Wind South. Plymouth, Dec. 22. Come in the Lovely Betty, Wain; the Syren Man of War from Lifbon ; a Schooner, from Barbadoes, Name not known ; the Fly Sloop, with the Trade from the Ealtward ; and Edward Augultus, Thomp-foo, from Peterfburgh. Sailed the Eagle Man of War. Co-'jues, Dec. 24. Came in the Triton, Bcquett, for Jerfey ; and failed the fame Day. Sailed the Fox Man of War, Shirley, with the Trade for Guernzey andjerzey. Saikd alfo the Prince Edward, Dawfon, far Leghorn ; the Betfey, Meredith, for Soath Carolina ; and Alary, Roberts, for Dublin. Pool, Dec. 24. Came rn the Sarah, Rolls; theThomp-fon, John and Mary, Roger?, Induftrious Bee, and Elizabeth, from London ; and Henry, Biles, from Guernzey. Sailed John and Thomas, for Falmouth ; Succefs, Watts ; and Newcaftle, White, for South Carolina. Wind Eaft. The Nancy and Betty, Hutchinfon, from Carolina, is arrived at Barbadoes. The Bellona, Clarkfon, from Gibraltar, at Dart* mouth. The Difpatch, Robinfon, from Virginia, at Hull. The Algarve, Brown, from London, at Faroe. The Ruby, Gordon, from Maryland, at Newcaftle. Teterfiurgh, Nov. 29. The Ob'ect of the Treaty of Alliance concluded, in the Month of March laft, between this Court and that of Vienna, and the End of the Engagements entred into between the two Courts, are explained in the 3d and 6th Articles of the faid Treaty, which contain the whole Spirit of it. Article III. ' As the principal View in this Alliance is to guard re-' ciprocal!y againft all Attacks and Damages whatfoever, � and as each of the High Contracting Parties defires no- thing more earneftly, than to accomplilh, at all Times, 4 this mutual Engagement, in the moft ufeful and advanta-4 gious Manner to the faid Allied Parties, according to 4 Means God has put into their Hands} for this Reafon it 4 is agreed, by the prefent Article, that, if it fhall happen, 4 that her Imperial Majefty cf all the Ruflias (hall be at-4 tack'd orinquieted by any one whomfoever, in her Em- pires, Provinces, Territories or any other Pofleflions, fo 4 that her Imperial Majefty of all the Ruflias thinks it ne-4 ceffary to claim the Succour of her Allies, her Imperial 4 and Regal Majefty the Emprefs of the Romans, fliall fend 4 har, within the Term of Three Months, reckoning ' flora the Day of the Requifition, a Succour of 30,000 4 Men, 20,000 Foot and 10,000 Horfe, which Auxiliary 4 Corps cf the Emprefs-Queen fhall remain in the Service ' of her Imperial Majefty of all the Ruflias as long as the 4 faid Attack or Vexation fhall fubfift. 4 On the other Hand, if her Imperial and Regal Ma-4 jefty the Emprefs of the Romans, lhall be attacked or in-4 quieted by any one whomfoever, in her Kingdoms, Prs- vinces, States, or other Hereditary Poffeffions, fo that 4 (he fhall find it necefi'ary to require the Succour of her Ally, her faid Imperial Majefty of all the Ruflias, fhall, 4 in like Manner, fend her theabovementioned Number of 4 30,000 Men, within the Space of Three Months from 4 the making of the Requifition ; which Auxiliary Corps fhall remain to her Majefty the Emprefs-Queen from her 4 Imperial Majefty of all the Ruflias, as long as fhe fhall ' continue to be attacked or difquieted. On which Occa-' fion it has been regulated by the High Contracting Par-' ties, " That this Alliance, with Refpeft to lending the " Succours above fpecified, fhall not extend, with regard " to either of the Parties, if the Empire of h;r Imperial " Maj;fty of all the Ruflias fcould be attacked by Perfia, or the States of her Imperial and Regal Majefty the Emprefs of the Romans in Italy fhould be a tacked : Nor is this Engagement to reach to theWar which now ; exifts in Italy, nor to any other War which may arife between her la'd Imperial and Regal Majefty and the Crown of Spain." , ' However, the High Contracting Powers have agreed, 'J hat in Cafe her Imperial and Regal Majefty fhould be attacked in Italy, tho' fhe muft indeed require any Succours for the Defence of thofe States, yet her Imperial Majelly of all the Ruflias fhall keep .ready a Corps of 30,000 Men, 20,000 of Foot, and io,oooof Horfe. ' In like Manner, if her Imperial Majefty of all the Ruflias fhould be attacked by Perfia, her Imperial Majefty of the Romans, fhall alfo keep in Readinefs 30,000 Men, 2D,coo Foot, and 10,000 Horfe; which reciprocal Preparative fhall be made by the Two High Contracting Powers, that they may be the more ready to fur-ni(h mutually the neceffary Succour, if another War fhould happen to arife before thofe in Italy or Perfia be terminated.' Article VI. ' If the faid Auxiliary Troops of Ruflia upon the Requifition of her Imperial and Rtgal Majefty the Emprefs of the Romans, to pafs over the Territory of any other Perfons, in that Cafe, her faid Majefty the Emprefs Quee fhall take care to procure them a free Psifage, and that they have Bread and Forrage, as is regulated in the 5th Article. In like Manner her Imperial Majefty cf all the Ruflias engages herfelf reciprocally to obtain a Paffage crofs any Fo*;ign Territories for the Troops of her Majefty the Emprefs Queen, when fhe fhall have Occafion for them, and to procure them Sub-fiftence upon the Footing that has been regulated, &c. Laft Night arrived a Mail from Holland delivered. Ytiteidav the which waitjQ Ri ight Hon. the Earl cf-Orford fet oat from his Koufe in New Palace-yard, Weflminftor, fd>- 'K Seat of the Right Hen. the Lord Montford at H Hall, in Curobiidgefhirc, where his Lcrdfh fome (hort btay, and then proceed from th at Iioughtcn-Hall in Norfolk. 'i \\c fame Day the Right Hon. Arthur Onfl Speaker of the Hon. Hcule in Leicefter-F r cne orleheath-p will make er.ee io his Sear. /'nilow, Ho'.'ieof Commons, fe: our from h;s 'ifcld-, Lr Ins Sent at Ember-Court, neapThames-Ditton, in the Coun y of Surry. A DifpenLuon has palled the Great Seal to ena'-le Philip Williams, Doctor of Divinity, to hold the Rectory of Barrow in ihe.Counry of Suffolk, and Diocele cf Norwich, together with the Vicarage cf Sutton, in the County Ex trail of a Letter from t he Hague. ' The publick Papers have feveral Times made mention ' of certain Declarations, faid to be made by Count de Po-' devvils, Envoy Extraordinary from the King of Pruflia to 4 the Imperial Court, and other Pruffian Minifters, on Ac-4 count of the Paflage of the Varo. But we are now well ' allured that thofe Declarations were never made, nor any 4 Thing like them, and that all which has been faid on 4 that Subject is mere Fiction. Tho' his Pruflian Ma-' jefty cultivates with the Court of France the Friendfhip 4 and good Intelligence mutually eftablifhed between the 4 two Courts, he is not the lefs refolved to obferve exactly 4 the Neutrality he has embraced, and to fulfill, with the 4 utmoft Punctuality, the Engagements be entered into by 4 the Treaty of Drefden. But fuch Declarations as have 4 been given the World were incompatible with fuch Nejj^ 4 trality} whence it neceflarily follows, that they are 4 merely the Works of Invention. LONDON. Before the Infurre&ion againft the Auftrians, fome Differences had arifen between the Great and the Little Council at Genoa, and it was thought this Divifion would have been attended with fatal Confequences: But Tranquillity feem'd to be reflored upon the Government's having caufed two Nobles, who were Members of the Great Council, to be arretted. A Decree was alfo publifhed, by which it was ordained, that all the Nobles belonging to the Little Council fhould return into the City, thofe that were in the Dominions of the Republick within nine Days, and thofe that were out of it within 15, under the Penalty of Ten YGars Exile in the Ecclefiaftical State. We are affured, that the States General have countermanded the Orders given to fome of their Men of War, defign'd for the Weft-Indies, in order that they may be able to form a Squadron at Spithead early in the Spring. It is Slfo faid, that their High Mightineffes have given Directions to the Officers of their Land-Forces to comi' their Regiments by the Beginning of March. It is faid, that the Auftrians have quell'd the Diftur-bance at Genoa, and executed Twelve of the Ringleaders; but there can be no Certainty of this till the Arrival of the Dutch Mail due on Monday next. The Nightingal Man of War, Capt. Fergufon, being fitted for Sea, will fail directly from the Nore to the Downs, to wait for Orders. Yefterday came Advice, that the Neptune, Dare, from Maryland to London, was taken on the 10th Inftant on the Coaft of Suflex, by a fmall French Privateer, of eight Carriage Guns. The Lark, Heyfham, from Lancafter for Antigua, is taken, and carried into Martinieo. Yefterday there was a certain Account, that the Worthy Admiral Warren arrived fafe on Wednefday lall at Spit-head, in the Chefter Man of War, after a Paffage of 24 Days from Bolton. and Diocele of Lincoln. A Grant has likewife palled the Great Seal unto Edward Mertan, Doitor of Law?, of a De^nry in the Cathedral Church of the Virgin Mary, in the City of Worcdter. Yefterday was buried in a very handfome msnner at Banltead, in Surry, Sir Robert Wiliimot, Knt. late AJder-are obliged^ frWH-p -Lime-lkeet*W�aFdf and -Prefidwu'tifr- frettftenv afitl < �- " ' Brideweil, in which Prefidentfhip we hear he will be fuc-ceeded by Sir Daniel Lambert, Knt. cne of the Senior Aldermen, and one of the prefent Members of Parliament for the City of London. We hear from Kendal in Weftmorland, that on the 17th Inftant, it being the Anniverfary of his Royal High-nefs the Duke of Cumberland's Entry into that Town, whofe ExpeditiousMarch preferv'd that Town, from being ^ deilroy'd by an incens'd Banditti, the fame was obferv'd/^*-with ail imaginable Demonftrations of Joy.-The Mayor and Corporation, attended by the feveral Companies, dif-playing their different Colours, walk'd the Town in Pro-ceflion, and afterwards met at the White-Lion, where they had a Grand Entertainment, drank his Majdty's Health, all the Royal Family, and in particular their great Deliverer.-The Evening concluded with Bonfires, Illuminations, Ring'ng cf Bells, and Ball for the Ladies. We hear there is now in Rehearfd, at the Thfa;re Royal wo AC and will be A died foon in Covent-Garden, a Farce cf two Acts call'd, Mif in her Teens ; and will be Acted foon after theTIolidays. There is now in Practice at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, two new Dances which are to be perform'd there on Monday next, the firft call'd the Turkifh Pirate, the fecond the Landrefs's Vifiting Day, both corripos'd by Giufeppe Salamon, and to be perform'd by him, Madam Violecte, the Padouana, Monf. Mechel, Salamon's Son, &c. *>JiitotoaMiiJiaifc.iLjlar Rrwrg �nf^hf T """'v at*. Guildhall, when Number 3^,384, was drawn a Prize of* 1000 1. 5,202, 100 1. and 45,803, which was drawn a Prize of 50 1. is intitled to a 1000 1. as Laft Drawn. On Monday Night, a Coach with fome Ladies was ftopt in Kingfgate-Street, near Red Lim-Square, by two Street Robbers, who took from one of the Ladies a;Purfe, with Money, but before they could do any farther Mifchief fome People came up, on which they ran off.-The Number of Robberies we continually hear of makes it abfolutely neceffary in the- Magiftrates, to give Directions to the proper Officers to fearch thofe Houfes, who entertain thefe Villains all the Day, that they may ihare their Plunders of the Night. I 1 j�fiftrr^ay �e*6iaLEer&>ns going abrJk -rfir StrWjy%ith Wheel-Barrows and Oranges, were taken up and commit:ed to Tothill-Fie!ds Bridewell, to Hard Labour, for ieducing and enticing feveral Apprentices and others to play Dice, which were Falfe and Counterfeit. ac Tojk, Dec. 23. We are affined that General Wentworth. will arrive here this Morning, in order to reduce the -of Hopfc-�wvrij�iBgat-tta�-$%ce"r frorr.' whence" he is to proceed to Scotland, to take the Command of his Majefty's Forces in chat Kingdom upon him, in Room of the Earl of Albemarle, whofe Affairs call him to Town. OnThurfday fe,'nnight died at his Houfe at Shipley, near Bradford, Timothy Sterne, Efq; a Gentleman in the New Commiffion of the Peace for the Weft Riding, who was exceeding beloved by all that knew him. He was buried in a funifome Manner at Bradford the Panlh Church, on Sunday Evening. Laft Week died here in an advanced Age .-Towne, Efq; formerly aa Alderman of this City. High-Water this Day at London-Bridge, at io after 11. Mm ute� A V V E RT IS V M K N 7 S are taken, in for riiis Paper, -!' Lloyd's Coffek House, in I .ombard-S'.rrd . 6
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