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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 30, 1846, London, Middlesex                                M B. TUES0 A r,   December 30,   1746. iSMa^fty's Ships, with the Outward,-|WAmd, Remain a: in my Grave/end, pet. 2?.   Pafs'd by Urfion,, CUnkart, frqm Anv tfrdfam j Mary, ffakirs, from dkto j indSa#2b, Harpuvf'om Rotterdam. tplmoftb, Dec. Arrived AoVnture, Pollard, from London. Th* 23d failed die iknever and tfte Expedition Packets, and all t&e Coward-bound, jaft now the Packet* are put back.   Wind S. Plymouth, Dec. 26. Game in James and William of Hull, from Riga ; the St. George, From London, for BaAadoes. Juftnowarrivedthe Fo^sftone Man of War, with 4.0 Ships under,J�er Gdnvoy, for Maryland, Boftoo, and Carolina. and.Wil-> wattJEon- ...   _______________,fronLon- &Mi; and Three Friends, fr6m S^uthampto*, for jerfey. The Swan, Kennedy, firom Africa, fr arrived at badoei. The Anne Gaily, Alteh, from.Briftol, at Sonny. Thet^ncy, Cowley, from Leverpool, at ditto. TheTbitHe, AtlcHw,.from Holfcnd, at Bolton. The Alexander, Robins, frdnl lioddoii, at Bofiori. Yefterday arrived the Mail frflrn Holland. Madrid, Dett 1?. The Military'BHpofitiOns which continue in this Kingdem, have^deterjm'ned the King to caafe* a Proclamation to be publUhad; ,b'y which his Majefty grants a -general AtfmClty to all Deferten from the Land "J'roops, the Marines, and the Regulated Militia; who Stall come ia within theSpace of Three Months after this Publication. F/orenee, Dee.i$. The" Council of Regency have figni-fied to Count Lorenzo, Minifter from the Moft Ghrtltian King,  That fyiereas fince the laft Notice given him, he  has not acknowledged the Imperial Dignity in the Perfon  of our Moft Serene Grand Duke. the Minifters of State  and the Members of the Council were olliged by the  crders they had received, to avoid ill Convention with � his Excellency, tiU'te had given Satisfaction on that Sub-  jett; but that as to the Reft, they mould continue to  have all pofiible' Regard to the Character he is invefted "� with, &e.' The Orders given to the Troops of this D�chy, to go into the 'Quarters of* Cantonment uoon the Frontiers, hive been 'repeated to them fince- the New? has been received of what has lately paired at Genoa. Florence^ Dec. if. The G overrent. "fi|s ctifpatcheo* an Exprefs to Vienna, with Advice', that ia Body of Neapolitan Tt-orjp's, confiftiag cf 11,00c Foot and 4000 Hoffe, and alfo ivfo other teis confiderafble Corps,' ate marching towards Tufcany, to make a Diversion for the Aoitria'ns on that Side. Genera! Baron tie Bfeithwitk is at the Head of* the firft of thefe Dfviffons; the fecohiJ.is under the Orders of the Duke de Vieuyille > and^ the third is commanded by another Geneial, wnofe Name is not mentioned. It is faid, the Emperor oat Sovereign had given leave for. bis Trojbpstoaffift in reprrifmg theGenoefeoh theSWe of SaT-fcana ; but thi? AfceofiM us in Fear for own Frontier, en the other Side, as par Reg&kr Troops are but few in ^wftibef, moftctf pur "Strength confiftlngin Militia. Cutylifort Savon*, Pec. 16. Tht Picdwpatefc,Troops gojiii&ue their 0p�r�&ms befpre the Citadel. Vefterday they recftved a Reinforcement, which the King of Sardi-niafent them upon the News of the Iofurrec^ion at Genoa.! Qor.Artillery before thisPlace difciiarge -15 times tach in an fctoart ahd there are never lefs than 7 IJqmbs at once in ihe Air: But �htf Rocks tender fhi greater Part of theaf ineffectual. ^Ovtfejrerj we Jbi&e made a/raall Breach, and, fa we cannot imagine the Commandant will venture to ftand i&MtitTt, wr�X}�ec^rto*e^fe6aMaftefsof Jtefttufc. 'At 'the fbrJKti- AccWHts of iht SvrMcder of this Qita&t Wrir $4ittjtt forte 'the "'-�> otbtrf ibt iftb, tbtr&U Radm't'oblilie^' prtjnatitr-e. _ Genoeij, Dee. 17. Tranquility began �>ap|>eiragain.the Day before Yetterday ; but it was only in the City : For the.Inhabitants of the Vallies ate flill und'er Arms. They! haveifeadc themfelves Mafters of the Parage, of the Bo-che^m, which ^ the-Key to the Interior -Part of �he-"State �f Genoa. The Motions contkoe aMb among the Inha-lita^d of TheiwP^pa^ on the^aft sndWeA bf this Capi'al. They have Tignificd to the Senate from" both ^ides, that they, will not lay down their 'Arms till the Fo- reign Troqpsare toaMa)d retired out o� die. Territory of the "Repubjiek. flic.t^ Dec. "20. The King'5. Health is now refiored, and his Ma|efty ii]tends foon to take a-Joiirney to Turin. The News of tkt 1-nfurrecUon pf, Genoa made us afraid, that this Affair would havfe/atfefte'd the Operations.in Provence; but the Advices we ijav&fhis Day received from thence are fo far from -jpffifying' this 'Apprehenfion, that thej have dinjpated ft entifelyl General Brown fends Word to the King, that the Frencll aja4S.par.iCi Army cjaanues to re-treac toward* Aix'and MaWeilks ; that the Cart of defending T'onkm is errtrufted to the Troopi that have been thrown in*� that Place, and what were before there, making abotw 6000 Regular T/Pops and zaoo Militia and Armed Inhabitants j tftatthe Country from- Draguignan to the Argen?, is quite .deSitaie of Troops-, ami that the Position which -M. Belje^le has put bimfelf in, with his Right towards Marfeiljes, makes it imagined, that he has drawn off all his Pofls about Tooloa. M. Brown adds, that in order to take Advantage of thefe Circumftances, he haia fefcl forwards feveral Detachments to pal's the Argens, and put the wh'p'.e Country under Contributions quite to Toulon; that fuch feeble De-tachmenti were left in Bflgfables ond St. Maximin, there is Room to believe they would retire as foon as thofe Detachments fhould approach ; that tho' the Army, by the laft Reinforcements it hM received, confirted of 54,000 Men, ProviGens had not yetbeerr wanting; that the Inhabitants, being ordered to bring in Contributions atthefirft Notice, were very diljgent to obey, for Fear of Military lExecutibri ; that General Novati, by getting Poffeffion of Frejus, became Mailer of a large Magazine whkh the Enemy had abandoned in their Retreat; that great Quantities of Provifiens had been alfo found ready collected. HatfSe, Jan. 5. Count Wafianaer f�t out Yefterday in the Afternoon for Breda, and the Penfionary, with Lord Sandwich, intend to be there by the End of the Week. When the four Minifters are together, they will begin to endeavour to remove the Difficulties concerning the Ad-miflion of Minifters from the Emprefs and King of Sardinia. LONDON. ExtraS if a Letter from Leghorn,, dated Dec. 16. AS to Affairs at Genoa, only about 3 (^.Letters cajafc forward. My Friena writes me all was in Confu-flon? the Rebels have obliged the Germans to quit the Gates ofthe City ; but blew them up before they retir'd. A great many People have been killed on both,fide;, and the Populace have taken feveral Prifoners. The Nobility are in great danger of ttieir Lives, nor do I find that any have join'd the Mob, or that they are back'd by tht Country People from the two Valleys. ' Several Stranger* that were retir'd aboard of Veffels are return'd again to their Houfes, and have not been infulted in the lead ; but I don't think they have afted any great Prudence* as I fear it will foon prove a Tragical Scene.-I am Juft now told that the Commandant has received Letters from the Officers in the Corps under General Botta, ad-vifing that he had abandoned the Batteries, and retired to Reggio ; that he |has rria'de feveral Breaches in the Fortifications before he retir'd, which would require a good deal of Time to repair, and probably fpik'd up the Cannon ; and difpatck'd E^preftes to all the Troops in Lombardy, to join him with t,he utmoft Expedition. ExtraS of another Letter, Dec. 19. ' The Lynn Man of War will fail Ttf-morrow, to Convoy a Number of Veffels laden with Provisions for Villa-francha, the Army being in great want thereof.-*--The J 7th at Night an imperial Commiflary, by the pqwerfnl means of 3000 Scudes given to the Rebels, feaftd means toefcape from them, and to arrive here : He (ays, that if the Victuallers don't get down in a few Day^, the whole Army will ieftarving, by the Lofs of their Magazines. The Rebels are now faid to be 30000 Menia Arms; they have jaken about 3000 Germans' �Prifbners, befides a large Booty, faid to be above 50,000 Sc/u&g,---iThis Morning1 a Genoefe Family arrived, whoojme away the 17th in the Morning. They fay, tnat^&nerai Botta wasrettrtdto theCaftle of Gavi, and jaot to Reggio. The Rebels have fortified the Bochetta with. Cannon,'&c. arjd the People of the two Valleys havt joined .them. They c^niitaiaed the Doge's Brother to help to draw the Cannon, and burnt the Commiflary pf.the Valleys Houfe,, for giving back to the German'i their Arms, afwr trhey had difarm'd them. The.Nobility are in great fear, left their Rage may be turn'd againft them. ^The Rebels have demanded of the Senate, that all the Gac^HSs fhould be abolifhed, which they offer'd to comply with for two Years, but was tc- ' jested ; they infjfl on their Demand being complied with. ' They havelodg'd the German Trifunerj i-n the P.ikci-iof ' thofe Nobles who were the principal Mongers of ihe * of the Republick's joining the French, and'Spapjards, and * are now preparing a Body tp goto raife the ;>!-e��ot the * Laftle of Savona. By the Letters Yefterday it does not. not appear, as ha5 been reported, that Count Brown has ieic the Army ia Provence, to repair into the L-enatfe Skate ; that (JencraL having only been to vifit the State of Things, ut AiUib�, and take Folicflion of tlie Ifl. r.ds. of the rvirtj^uciice and Honorat. Accoiding to the befc Account'.,, si.e Progieis of his Army is greater than could have been vvej! eipidcd. Advices frcm Chumbery fav, tuac on the 19th of Dt- _________^\citr-Muara comajarjdeiT I the Marquifs de iJruilbl, which brought on a liiiart Skir-mifh, wherein the French were defeated^ and fled in Con-fufion to the Grand Army. They write from the Hague^ that his Royxl Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland has put off his. Retain to London for, a few J2aj�v ... ^ 'I licy alfo trlls us, that Cput\t Bathjaoi, Count Harrach and Baron Reifcach were on the 25th Jnflant in a long Conference with the Deputies of iht States General. And General Legonier, the fame Day, with the Deputies of the Council cf State. 7'here are upwards of {200 Workmen now employ'd for Inlarging. fieairtifyiog, and Repairing Windfor Lodge,, for the better Reception of his Royal Highnefs the L/uke of Cumberland, and his Attendants. The Scorpion Sloop of War arrived at Plymouth on the 25th, arid brought in with her a Dogger Privateer, belonging to. Cherburgh ; ,which (he took the z->d tff St. Alban's-Head. 5he carries fix Carriage and twelve Swivel Guns, and 63 Men. Yellerday came A*.vice, that the Anne, Latchford, from Jamaica, is taken and carried into St. Maloes. Alfo, that one of his Majefty's Sloops of War, of 14 Guns, (fuppofed the Hinchjnbroke) is taken and carried Into^t. Maloes. Alfo the Aurora, Davis, from New York to Amilerdam, Lw+ftken by� Piiwtjj�fcri�agiag to Granville, and car- ried into St. Maloes. , The Happy Return, Thornton, fromVirginia to Whitehaven, was taken by the Duke d'Anville's Squadron; the Ship was plunder'd and burnt, and the Crew carried into Bayonne. The William, Bradford, from Carolina for London, it taken by the French. The William and Anne, Strahan, fi om Virginia to London, is put into Bofton, having fpruog a Leak. The Sufannah, Kenny, bound to Biddeford, foander'd at Sea ; but the Crew were taken up by Capt. Strahan. The Godolphin, Belcher, from London, was feen going inio Bofton. Yefterday Thomas Page, Efq; declined the Scrutiny fof �"Y Alderman of Aldgate Ward   and we hear that Sir WiU /% liam Smith, Knt. will be fworn in at the next Court o Aldermen-To ihe great foy of the Steady Inhabitants hi1 Eledon. On Saturday laft died in Childbed* Mrs. Howard1, Wife of Mr. Thomas Howard, at his iioufe in St. Mar-tin's-Lane, one of the Chief Clerks belonging to the Stamp Office. On Friday Night laft, died at his Houfe in Little. King* Street, St, jam�^.Mi.iH^fnft)y,.Q^ie< Purveyor to his Majefty, and laft Night hiij Ccrpf? was intcrr'd in a very handfome manner, in St-Jameses Church. On Sunday Night laft, died fuddenly at the Lodge at the^ Gate at Stable-Yard, St. JamcsVPark, Mr. Earro.v, many Years Gatekeeper there. His Place is in the Gift of* the Right Hn. the Lord Vifcount Weymouth, Ranger of St. James's and Hyde-Park. Yefterday Jphn Mafon and George Waters were committed to the Ne�vGoal Southwark, by Jullice Baynton, on the Oaths of George Weeden and - Webb, for violently '1 affaulting and wounding them and others,  and jtabbjng |i of George Rice, who died fince in St. Thomas'* Hofpital. SCOTLAND. Edinburgh, P.c. 23. Saturday        upwards of :fifty ; Waggons let out hence for Glafgow, &C. in order to bring in the Arms taken from arid delivered up b.y the Re- beh. Friday a Gentleman of the Name of Frafer, lately me  ' tion'd, fct out from the Caftle here .for Lotidon, att�,Ucd by e\D V�^TXS&MlvN T.S ate caken in tor this Pape^,     Ll'^vdVCoffb\ Hovsi, m Lombard-S'rrrct i.-6 44   

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