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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 29, 1846, London, Middlesex                                "P1 MONDAY,   December 29.   1746. 1 T, Hoi. ^M/, Denntber 27. RRIVED Yefterday Afternoon hisMajeltyY Ship Greyhound, From a Cruize. Came down a fniall Brrgantine, and remain, with his Majefty's Ships Experiment, Swan, end Scorpion- 5 *he Fortune, Moody, for Ireland ; and John and Hannah, Long, for Plymouth. WindS.E. , The Dolphin, Watts; and Frankland, Hoare, from London, are arrived at Bofton. The Britannia, Howlatfon ; and Mary, Bufkin, from Rotterdam, in the River. The Rb&ett and, Mark, Lee, from London at Camp-veer. Since our- laft was delivered the Mail from Holland. Madrid, .Dec. 2. Don Jofeph de Carravacal-Lancafter, whom the King has declared Prefident of the Council of �State, and appointed hrni only, to confer with all Foreign Miniiters, as thereby actually become at once Prime-Mini-iter, wiehout the Name. This Promotion greatly dimi-frilhe^the' Power of Mtff. de Villarias and de la Enfanada, and was made without the Knowledge of the Bifhop of Rtnnes. It was two Days before M. de Lancafter's Nomination, that Orders were fent to the Infant Don Philip to-rejoin the French Army, and aft in Concert with M. Belleifle. Stockholm, Dec. zi. We hear, -that the King has nominated young Count Horn to go to the Court of Drefden as Envoy-Exuabrdmary, in order" to cetrifpliment their PolHh Majettte* up^in-the Alliances contracted'with the Houfes of B&urbon and Bivaria, and beprefent at the Marriage Ce-femtjriies. Thofe who pretend to be better inform'd, give out, that this is only a Prelude, and that the chief Article of this Lord's Commifhon relates-td ArMeansof reftbring . Peace to Euxope ; to undertake which his Majefty has the more readily confented, as the Mlrtjuis de Laumefie has1 * ifignified, that this Step wouid conduce^grcar.ly to that Pur-pofe.    .   ,        .. . Baron Korff lias received two Couriers from Peterfbdrgh . within a Waekpaft, with IX^aftehwof f arportance, andl it is given out, thathehas Orders to declare, that the great � Preparations x>{ War, that have ifeen making fcr ibme Time feave no other ViewlDut the Re-eftablifhrhent of the Tranquillity of Europe, and'fecuring the Ballance of Power, her Imperial Majefty perfiftiog invariably in her Defigri of cultivating fincerely a. good Intelligence with all , the neighbouring Powers, >and-hav�ig.given the neteffary Orders for terminating thofe petty Differences which ftill .remain with-regard to the Affairs of Finbrnd.   The Baton isalfofaid to-^havetfanber Inltrudtions relating to the Ministers of the Prince-Succeffor. Drefden, Dec. zc. Since their Majefties Arrival in this City, three Couriers have'arrived from Verfailles and Madrid, which have occaiianed long Conferences in the "king'sPreTente j but nothing hitherto'tranfpires of their Contents, except in general, that they relate to a Pacification.   This Court     faid to have agreed with that of France that the Frovifibnal Marrfegebf the future Dauphi 'nefs fhall becelebrated-about the Middle of January, and, great Preparations are making for the Rejoicings on that. Occafion. Hanover, Dee. 27. Not a Day paffes but (bme Officers 'belonging cd our Troops ifi the Low-Couhtries arrive here,: vto raifeRecruits Iri"trie feveral Diftrlfts that are affigned ^them,   Tfee Regiments, *)f Chenfes and Munchowhave; received Orders to beready tot-march at the firft Notice,^ and the Officers of all the other Regiments rival ^ach other -in-preparing for the UkeOrders, as-they do noiyet know whofe Tarn it will be to receive them,  All thofe Corps that have not yetferved have Abundance of Supernumerary : Men. ' Hambourgb, Dec. 30. Private Letters from Berlin in--* form us, that.the French Minifter there has received Or ders to make a'Tour to Drefden, to execute a particular'. Commiffion, th& Sai?ftance of which, Ve are aHured, istoi engage his Pplitfi-Majefty to take upon him the Office of a' Mediator between the Powers at War. Thefe Advices! add, that, by 'what appears at pwfent, the frequent Confe-fefcees fcefweeft OoUttrSemes, thtf J'ttiperial Mintfter, and; Count Podewils, have'no bther Objeft than the Cbnfirma 'r,k)n of jii^.FrJ�ndfhipelhiblifhedbetween'the two Courts. Hague, Jan. 3. Count Hirrach and Baron Reifehach, the Imperial Minifters, andlh&EaTr of Sandwich, Mini-; %ef from Great-Britain, have'been this Day in Conference; \y�h the.Deput.ies of the Scutes General, and General Le-jpnier has aifo conferred with (Kofe of the Council of. State. A Courier has pafled by here in his Way from London to Vienna. Ic is thought, that Count Waffenaer will To-morrpwfet out again for Breda, and that he will be followed by Lord Sandwich, in: order tofioid- a private CetoftreftcetyiehMVPuyfieux, to try yet dnce more- if any ThiDg can-be done toTemove the Diffttuftiej that have hitherto prevented the Opening cf the"Preliminary Con-grefs. From the London Gazette. From the Camp of the AlVed Army near Cannes in Provence, Dec. \t. General Brown having fent feveral large Detachments from his Camp before Anjibes, to forage the Country, and raife Contributions, Marfhal Belle/fle bas thought fit to abandon-the ftrong Camp which-he had taken near Torfrnbn ; and after having broken down three Stone Bridges, and burnt his Magazirtes-uporr the Ciagne, has retreated as far asDtiguignan and Frejuls ; opon wTTTch* General Brown advanced'wi:h his Army to Cannes oh the 10th Irillant, leaving Count Petazzi -with 200Q MeA to blockade Antibes, till the Cannon" Qibuld �arrive' which-are to be employ *d in the Siege of that Town. Nice, Dec: 16, N.S. General' Brown has appointed thfee Detachments to advance beyond the Caigne. The firft under the Command of' M. Mag'ulre; confiftipg of 4000 Men, to diflodge the Enemy' from 'Djraguignan. The fecond, under fhe'Cdmmand of Marquis d*Ormea, of five Battalions tnirchestbwards Caftellane, Eritrevaux, and thofe Parts. Ancf the tfiird, dnder the Command of Count Odo-nalde, of 4000 !Men, marches the 16th .towards Frejus, Thefe three Corps cenlift of Troops of tK:e twb �Grb'wns, and are to levy Contributions in their feipfeiSUve Difijridlsy and to fend Subfiftance to the Magazines; which'are ts^be eftablifhed at GcaCc,' where the Head Quarters' wil^fooa be1 fixed. Upon the 14th Count Brown made a? Deftent into the Ifle of' St'.'Marguerite Wrth 15b Irregulars, and � the fame NurJfber of Volunteers of the two Nations under the Command of Count Galean, Aid de Camp to the King of Sardinia, and Mr. Brown, an Officer of his Britannick "Majeffy's Troops at Mahon, and a Volunteer in this Ex* peditron. Thete'Tr'oops landed happily, having received; but one Fire from the Enemy.   The Defeeni was fupporte4 Aix in Province, Dec. 22, N.S. The Enemy, who arrived *ip^>n the 16th at DragUlgnan, from which Place they have diflodged M. de CraffoHes, who was poffed therej with a large TBo'�!y_ o^ Klen, are advanced by- Lorgues to' Brignolles. They have divided their Army into two Bp-: dies, one of which is marching towards Reiz', and thc| other toiwards Toulon: Our Army, which'was1 at Luc, is; turned off to Puget and Cuers, at the Approach of the-Enemy. Hague, Dec. 30, N.S. The Letters from Paris lofftts' 'Day mention the Surrender of the Fbitrefs of Savona to his Sardinian-*Majefty. M. de Puifieux, who 'has-been for fome Days at Am'fferdam, returns frbrti thence dlreftly tos Bfeda. We have Advice thai the;lfland of St'. Marguerite^ was.tfftdaHytaTsen'bybneof his^Britannick Majefty's Ships{ and a D*tadhmnf from "the. AVmy ; khd'ihat' the Com-; bined Army 'kid'" taken Po^efiion ,'pf Caftellane, and Dra-guignan,-at which laft Place the- Ouke of Cruffol wouli have maintained himfelf, but"he-was driven away with; great Ltifs,: faiWQiJnting, as fome Letters.rhention, to above? '2b'oo"TvIenj Snd ^ip'oh this M.deBelfcilte was retiring to ' wards Toulon. , Hague, Dec. 3. N.S.  By Advices frortf Toulon of the' ziilpanVwe iirarAaC'the'EngKlVMesvof'War, which were cruizfog'iri*the Medit'erritiean, thHi6 themfelve^'Mar iters of the liland of St. Margue'ite, .the Fortifications o: they have blown up, and made 140 Men Pnfo which cars. Rotttrtfant, Brett we have "an Account, that upon the Jan. 3,  N.S.    By private Letters from 2 2d paft, no, more than- {even Sit of War of the Inte M. DVAni'if'e's Squadron, and 36 rl ranfports, were * rrircd in'the"Po:ti of France; that the French had 1700 Sick ; and that they had buried z%no Soldiers and Sail< rs in Arnerien. St. 'Jame.'s, Dec. 17. "His Vtajeity in  Council was this Day plea'ed to confirm the FJetVioi 'of'the fMlbwing 'erfons to , be-the Magi'imes, CuunciMorr, ar.   t'Cacop.i of Crafts of tne City of Ed nburgh, (to wit) George Drurnmond, Ef^; Robeit Monroomerie, U illiam fianiilton, John Btoun, Andrew Thomas Allan, Lord Provoft. Bail! iei. I James G^r^ t, Archibald M'AuJax . "jaajesMaisfield, David Flint, James Wirugh, Alexander Kincaid, Alexander Lindfay, William Alexander, John Carmihael, Alexander Brcun, : Janics Milrey, William Keir, Alexander Monro, George Cunninghame, James Ker, . Thomas GifFoord, William M'Vcy, Samuel Neilfon, Alexander hliot, LONDON. The Letters relating to the State of Affair? at Genoa\ differ according tb (he Place from whence they arrive ; fome reprefenting the Infurrefti-on there as.an inconfide'ra-b'e ThingJ and others magnifying- it to a Degree that muft very muchaffeft the Cohimon Caafe.   t?ut as tnere areho D^n of Gtii'd. Trrs-urer. .U;.d Piovoft. Old-Baillies. ; Old Dean of Guild. Old Teai'urer. MercHknt CounciIlbrs. Trade's Councillors. Council Deacons. by four Pieces cf Cannon polled upon- tile Point .QLjh&Aj-�Ue& wihicii may be-de?ended on- diK-ftly^cm Genoa iti. Con^nentj' which faces St. Marguerite, and by an Englifl^ r rM-fL--v- -  *" :* ' ~ Bomb VefTel navtned'the Carcafe^.commanded'by Qaptaia Jertiriy, w^odfflfnguilhvd hftafelf by hiV Skill in firingl The Auftrians only' wait for Cannon, in order to batter the Town iri Fbrm, which, according to all Appearances, cannot hold out above-two or three-Days.  Vienna, Dec. 21, N.S. By Letters from Buda of therei is Advfce of the-Arrival ef his Excellency Mr.'Porter, hia Britannick Majefty's Aihbiffador to the Port. The Prince. d'Elbeuf," a Prince of the Houfe of Lorrain, is arrived here; to make a VHtt tothe Emperor. Advice came yefterdayj of the Lofs of Genoa; the Particulars are not yet known. In the mean time all the Imperial Troops in Lombard y are infall'MKrcR towards that Capital, as well to recover1 it, as to be at'Hand to reinforce GeKeral Brown -afterwards; in Provence, and to pufh the Operations ther� with the greatell1 Vigbur. Codtit Windifgratz, formerly Ambaffa-dor at the Hague, wits found dead in his Bed on the 19th; in the Morningi felf, we muft for the prefent be content with Contradictions, and wait till Time, anii.tfcjB A^trkft- Arm?, ffiall again open to us the Channel af"Thfclligence. On the French. Side, the Gtnoeie nre repre entedas having gotten a complete Victory over the imperialiftsi made a great Number of Pnfjners, at lenft 4000, and,4 among them, as is reported, M. de Bo.ta himfclf; that the Malecontents are not lefs than cio,ooo in N umber, and that Gibbets are erefted in all Public Places to hang thofe who will net join them j that they have beat the Hodyof Troops which was returning from the Reduction of Tort07 rra, and feized in the Port five Enghfh 1 ranfpons from Leghorn, laden with Provisions for the Auftrian Ar.T.y, the Captains of which had pat in. there nn Suppofition that the Town was ft ill in the Hardi of M. de .Bctta ; that thefe Infurgents had alfo got Poffefflon of the Bochetia, whereby the Communication between the Marquis, and the Troops he'experts from Lonvbardy, )S entirely cut off. On the other Hand, the'Marquis is reprefented as having himfelf taken "Poffeffion of this Paffage, thro' the Information of a faithful Senator; that 16,000 Men ate actually upon the March to join him, not including the Troops of the King of Sardinia, which' are alfo crowding to lym from all Sides 5 that he is Under iro Apprehenhons, but that he fhall foon appeafe the Tumult, which he fafpe&ed before it broke out; that great Quantities of Provifions, for his Service, are getting together at Ncvi ; that the Senators oppofe the Actions of the Populace, which makes a'klnd'bf CJVH*Vfitr, "\n'which*''two of the former have been killed; that this High and Mighty Mob havedepos'd the Doge, and elefted, from among themfelves, a Carpenter to that Supreme Dignity ; with other Particulars, whica make t.iis Riling appear more like that of the'Neapolitans under Mafftniel 0, rather than any Scheme conducted by Perfons of Influence and Abilities. The French India Company, being two Years Tntereft in Arreax, and having concluded, at a General- Afiembly, to pay offi only Half a Year, their Actions are cheieupon fallen from 1360 to 1310 Livres. There are fuch Military.Preparations m-.ikiug in Denmark, as mike it conjeft'ured, that in Ca e a Peace be not concluded this Winter, his Danifh Majelty will .certainly fend a' Body of Auxiliaries into the Service(yf t*ic Marifijie Powers. *   v 1 Charles Count Gillenbargh, Senator : an.l Pt;fident of the Chancery of Sweden, died at Stockholm'titortjtli Inlt. NS. His Royal Highnefs the ^)uke of Cumberland is ox-: peft'cd at St. Jam-s's To-mo*rrow Night. A D V EKT ISE M t S TS are taker1, in for chi* Paper, *< Lloyd's Coffee House, in Lombard-Strrei.   

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