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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 31, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. N WEDNESDAY,   Decembe^i,   1746. If) R P>#j____I The Hefler and p arrived at Brifto Z)^/, December 29 EM A IN his Majefty's Ships the Greyhoand and Experiment, the Swan and Scorpion Sloops ; tke John and Hannah, Long, for Plymouth ; and Fortune, Moody, for Ireland.   Wind E.S.E. Grave fend, Dec. 29. Pafs'd by the Lady Mary, Rofe, from Amfterdamv; and Dolphin,Newton, from cittd. Mary, Hayward, from Newfoundland, Franckfort, Jan. \. The 29th paft a Provedbtor from the Court of Saxony arrived here, to prepare Quarters for Madame the Dauphinefs and her Retinue. The Inn he has hired is the Sign of the Kingcf England. Her High-nefs wiil arrive here the 19th, and {layout one Day before fee con;inues her Journey for Strafburgh. Her Retinue will confift of 210 Perfons, and Relais of Horfes, to the Number oF 240, are provided at every Poll ; the Troops cf the Upper Rhine will not quit their Polls during the whole Winter. Since the Departure of Count Cobentzel for Mentz, mod of the Miniflers of the Affociated Circles have received Orders from their Principals to acknowledge him for Minister pf the Imperial Court, and to confer whh him in that Quality upon whatsoever Proportions he may make. It is forefeen however, that tnis Minister will not bring thefe Circles fo eafily as he could wifll, into Refolutions conformable to the Sentiments of his Court. �Berlin, Dec. %\. The King, in his great Equity, having refolved to put the Adminiftration of juftice upon a better Footing, has directed the Baron de Cocceis, Private Minister of State and War, to fettle that Affair; which he will foon enter upon, in Conjunction with the chief Ma-giltrates of his Majelly's feveral German Province-. Paris, Dec. 30. Tne Affair of Genoa, which is Hill reprefented under various Faces, has altered nothing in the Operations of the Austrian General in Provence, who raifes Contributions by his feveral Detachments, all round the Country. Our Reinforcements continue to arrive in the Army, but very fiowly and greatly fatigued ; which caufes Abundance of Defeners among thofe Troops. On the 19th the Englifh got PofTeffion of the Iflands of St. Marguerite and St. Honorat. The Difpatches by the laSt Courier out of that Country have fiot yet been made Pub-lick. From the London Gazette. Munkb, Dec. 29, N.S. This Day we have receiv'd Intelligence from Italy, of the Surrender of Savona to she Troops of the King of Sardinia, which cannot fail to be attended with great Confequences with Regard to the War in Provence, as well as the Cty and Territory of Genoa. Hague, fan. 6, N.S. The Advices about General Brown's Army are, that his advanced Guard was at Brig-nole, and it is faid that forhe of his Parties had beaten up feveral Ports of the Enemy within four Leagues of Aix, and that he had ordered the Parliament of that Town not to quit it. The Surrender of Savona is confirmed. Letters from Geneva of the 28th paft mention, that they had received the News there of the Surrender of Antibes ; and from Italy that General Botta was retired to Gavi, and had been attacked at Ponte Decimo by a Body of armed Peafants ; that he had left 6oo Sick at Voltagio, and that they knew nothing at his Camp on the 13th, what Fate the three Regiments which he had left at Befagno had met with. They write from Florence of the 17th paft, that five Couriers have gone through there in a few Days te Naples, and that they had been followed by Prince Doria, who polled through without flopping any where. Count Waflenaer is gone back to' Breda, whither M. Puyfieux is likevvife returned. LONDON. Some Relations inform us, that a few Days before the Infurredlion begun at Genoa, there had been warm Debates in the Senate, concerning the Maintenance of the Auftrian Troops ; that fome of the Members almoft came to Blows, and that the Doge, feeing the Party in Opposition to General Botta's Demands llronger by a third than his own, broke up the Aflembly without fuffering any Re-folucion to be tsken. It is added, that feveral Appearances in this Infurreclion make it now fufpecled, there may b: greater Perfons at the Bottom of it, than was at nrlVr apprehended ; Such as, the Mob afiembling at the Sound of a Bell ; the taking Poffeflion of the moil proper Gate to javour their Deligns ; the Sparing all the Palaces, except a few which fecm to have been marked out ; the Inaction of the Genoefe 1 roops, and the Difcovery of fome of their Officers among the Infurgents; the Precaution of fe.zing the Poll-Office, and getting into their Hands all the means of Intelligence ; with fome other Particulars, uhich feem to be d elated by other Ideas than thofe of a Headlefs Populace f A Felucca from Genoa is arrived at Leghorn, having on board a large Quantity of Money belonging to the Marquis de Bona, and a great many Genoefe and other Families are daily coming into that Port: But the Emperor hath fent Orders to ieize all the Genoefe, and fequelter their Effects. Some Lefers from the Hague reprefent the Affairs cf Genoa in as bad a State as poffible ; which, join'd to the Conquefl of Tufcany, meditated by the Neapolitans, mufl greatly perplex the Court of Vienna, and in fome Meafure anfwer the Defign of the Common Difturber of Ch'rHFen^ dom. There are.fuch military Preparations making in Denmark, as make it conjectured, that in cafe a Piece be not concluded this Winter, his Danifh Majefly will certainly fend a Body of Auxiliaries into the Service of the Maritime Powers. Letter from Go/pert, Dec. 28. * The K;ngllon Man of War failed to St. Helens on ' Thurfday Afternoon ; but the Wind coining foul, ihe is* ' come to Spithead again. ' There has been a very hot Prefs in this Town for ' three Nights paft, when a great many Sailors and others ' were taken and carried on board thejr proper Ships,.that ' have been lurking about the Town for fome time paft. ' Veflerday Morning Admiral Warren ilruck his Flag^ ' and fet out fur London. Ships at Spithead. Royal Geo'rge, Vice miral Steuart St. George Sandwich Kingfton Sunderland Colchefter Kinfate Ad- Winchelfea Captain, Com. Legg Dragon Chefter Mortar Bomb Pluto Vulcan j- Fireflwps Harbour. Harhpfhire Chichefter Rippon Superbe Faulkland Arundel. In the Duke Centurion Prince George Devonfhire Litchfield Augufta Invernefs Letter from Dover, Dec. 2 3. ' Capt. Gravener, of the York Privateer, has taken and * fent in here a Fifhing VeiTel, which he took off Calais ; ' and has likewife taken and fent into this Harbour, the * Elizabeth, Capt. Stevens, from Campvere, bound to the ' lile of Man : Her Loading is Mountain Wine, To- * bacco Stalks, China and Tea, which they intended ' to have fmuggled on Shore before they reached the I lie * of Man. Yefterday [the Ode for New Year3s Day, compos'd by Colley Cibber, Efq; Poet-Laureat; and Set to Mufick by*. Dr. Maurice Green, Mailer of his Majefty's Band of Mufick, was Rehears'd at the Golden-Lion and Devil-Tavern, Temple-Bar. And To-morrow, the fame will be Perform'd in the Great Council-Chamber, St. James's, before his Majefty and Royal Family, ^antl divers other Perfons of Diitinc-tion. Kfis Majefty according to Annual Cuftom, has ordered 1000 1. to be given to the Nine following Parifhes, within the City and Liberty of Weftminfter, to be distributed amongft the Poor. St. Clement's St. Mary le Strand St. Paul, Covent-Garden St. George'sHanover-fquare. St. Margaret's St. John's the Evangelist St. Martin's St. Ann's St. James's The John, Riven, bound from New-York to Amsterdam, was taken fome time ilnce by the late Duke d'An-viile's Squadron. Yellerday Advice eame, that the Borce, from Bayonne for St. Dom'mgo, is taken and carried into New York. Alfo, that the Expeditif, Nodain, from Bayonne, is taken off Hifpaniola. We have an Account that the PepperelLGally, Robins, from Bollon, is arrived at Rochelle, with French Prisoners. The John and Mary, Taylor, from Yarmouth for Rotterdam, is loft. It is faid his Royal Highnc/s the Duke of Cumbeilani will be in Town on Saturday ntx'. We hear that the Worthy Admiral Warren, is arrive in Town from fortftnouth. The Right Hen, the Erl of Lincoln has appointed Col. Pelham, to be Deputy-Cofferer r.j the Kind's Houf-hold. We hear from Northampton, that when the Regiment of Horfe quartered there were broke, gre;it Numbers entered as Diagoons voluntarily, refufmg ths Regard of-fer'd at the Drum Head, and faying they would Serve their King and Countiy, without any lucrative View. A few Days iince vv,as married -Barrett, Efq-; a Gentleman of large Fortune in the Well-Indies, was mar* ried to Mifs Pott, Daughter of the late Deputy Potr, a perfectly agreeable Lady, with a confiderab'.e Fortune., On Sunday lall, the Rev. Mr. Orator H^mi^ ioad&� "hts Appearance at St. James's Pal ice. It is reported, that Several Captains belonging to a certain Company are endeavouring to rafe a lufheient Subscription, in order to reward a very remarkable Officer belonging to a Public Office near the Waterfide, with the Freedom cf the City, to be prefented 10 him in a Gold Box, for feme Extraordinary Services fhew'd to them in the Execution cf his Duty.- \n unparalleled Inllance of Generofity indeed, if the^Officer jji^O^J^ra^Q, moro� tharf Jiis Dfffy 'wo u 1 (T^3ai>to f. On Monday lafl the Daughter of the Right Hon. the Earl Fitzwilliams di.d at his Lordfhip's Houfe in St. James's-Square, of the Small-Pox. On Saturday died in Bervvick.-ftreet, Soho, the Lady of -Hunt, Efq; a Gentleman of a very confidtrable Fortune in the Publick Funds.    -.tfWM*-'. On Monday lail died, at his Houlein Ratcliff-Highway, Capt. Beven, many Years a Commander in the African Traded Yefterday Edw2rd B!aney, a Foot Soldier, was committed to Tothill-Fields Bridewell, by Thomas Ellys, Efq; one of his Majefty's Jufticcs af the Peace, for the City-and Liberty of Weftminfter, for knocking at the. Doors of feveral Perfons and disturbing them at Three o'Clock iri the Morning, and beating a Watchman, who lies dange-iofiAuft^fiU of-the-BrtHfes he-receiv'd.-    -�-� Yefterday one William Sparkes was committed to the New Goal inSouthwark; by Juftice Browning, on a violent Sufpicion of flealing a Horle, the Property of Some Perfon unknown. ADVICE to the REBELLIOUS. OLD Engijb jacks, old Stubborn Scot, No more rebel-no more complot- ^^rA G.od>J&$.Kii>gf. the Church> -.the&atey Infurgents Strike with dreadful Fate: Review the Cafe each Side the liueed, The Heads of Factions juftly bleed- They felt the Law of Axe and Rope, As Dupes to Chevalier and Pope. Then who would fpend fdfe Zeal and Breath, That only end in Goals and Death ? In Duty, Oath; and Confcience bound, Live peaceably on Englifh Ground; This Ground no Freeborn Subject awes, - -^frlowyS^'Ofw Ef-fevbeFty*, arKHpwsr" " -The firfl deferves our Loyal Hearts, The fecond Nature's Rights imparts, The third keeps Property and Peace, And makes tumultuous Riots ceafe- Enjoy this happy Sute at home, And wait, till God ordains your Doom- Ere Since Apojlate Angels fell, Rebellion lies confin'd in Hell, Except where Gallick Emiffaries dwell. They keep that Spirit Slill alive, And only by Sedition thrive ;  'Tis they diflurb the World's Repofe, ) *Tis thev all Bloody Plots compofe. Let Genoa and Scotland Show The Marks of that perfidious Foe- Sicilian Vefpers French outdo, And Hands in Mafacres imbrue. *BKY^^oTn7^TM'"V?h^ea"nce call On all-deceiving, cruel Gaul. If ancient Carthage' final Doom Was-7-Extirpation-^fix'd by Rome, As Punick Faith and Gallick Word Are both the fame, on vile Record, The fame- Delenda-hiCcl by,Fa,te,  .-Becomes thy Due, oh Faithlefs State ! A righteous God, with awful Hands, In Jultice Bhod for Bhod demands. WILLIAM ITF. AD V ERTl.SE M l\ N ?S are taken in tor this Paper,     Lloyd's Coff e x-House, in Lombard-Street   

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