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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 2, 1846, London, Middlesex WEB N- E S D A. Xi April 2* 6. Dealt MArch 31. iEMAIN in the Downs his Majefty's Ship., the .Swpjft, and Cotter Sloop. WindN.E. The Feron, Sntcliffe ; and Albion, Collet, from London, are arrived.^ Jamaica. TheDifpatch, Evans/ from Bri-ftol,' at Jamaica. The Seaiuarfe, Poole, from Bofton, at St. Kitts^ The Paijhbean, PauV from Ealmoutb, at Oporto. flano^ef-, Mdrcb i9. We hear from Caffel, that feveral HeSian "Regiments, which are to join the Army of the Empire, n this Occa 5 "T|me, re ceived ites-tires that General die.|4eaos j&at might,contribute, to iKe ^6bj thofeMemMialsi by ta^i^g ^nitift^roper Jylealur the pref|jjjit Exigent^of itifajrs mght require. ""*" * , Ki&tna*:Wwc^S%' Tbe ^pre^O.ueeniias lent Coders | into Hungary tO>pr^d afrel^mtjje E^aminotionof thel "tjus Notification "jwith .th^'-^11j^|ag''Be^t9tl6n of the Sentitneritsj>f die;King his l^ailer: ' Ti^this";^^ * pies, j�e: has ;^djopted 4F#rJo4e^^c|^Mag of ithe ore , ' fent War, .was fefolved tojperfiftin,them cbnft&njtly,vind! ,' that nething Ihould^e capable�fj.ajiering this'&ifrjofi-j �tion ^xJfanheiifft Snccefe^ of ^he ferny, tHo^l^qofi. 1 derable,enough%at the(^niftg'o?>the jpampargnphai . * not been ibl^ to make th^Steadifflsf/^of' ftis Refolution ' that the|r^pQfidons"pfTeace7~^tli had bteu ufctr ' "wards made iothlni oi( their ,%rtsJ,; had piroduced. no E ' Sarthaihis^ Sardiiuan Majerb/r; acting upbn nVd an * cettaW Kiricij^S, %hi^fi t�eiRevoluya� of .TitaeUloul^ not change;' wa^'more thao^ ever determined to~ai)ide b]f reft nof �b& een difpofe c to ttuVerit-i^fJie^ Which tha^Ripo 'had ip^jl okr all Eurap^ jti&c his Sardiaiaa Majefl^ * knew-feip well the^Semamentsgof his AHies, to.doubtja * Momeat -whether theyi regarded thofe Reporte �s fow* ' only; with a Vieivto iKfpire0^%ii^piftruflcoric^n^ ' him: but as tlie Invarialblekje^ of Principle* w|s Mini; .our, as tiie inyaria.04CHC's jthiiv^v* knownto them; bV^^ in regarding all that- hadi48en'pa:bli&w oa- this Occ^r 4 Hon as.abialutelyfai^an^fupp^Oflas. . . From the London jQa&etfe. Vienna* Match &V;N..* Wce are-in daily. Expectation ,cf News from,Generai Brown, . The Corjps at .Gujjga^afis not very cordtderable. *The Main Body of the Spamaals is at Pavia. ; Jh? French, have loft" Acqui, |by which |llf their Communication with France, -ba; by;Nbvi, is cut #Qad^eifs,^apaAA jp^\free Companies, fuftam'd -jby 2 or 30.0 HQrfe, to .be^t.up the French Quarters at Vilvorde; which Poft the Detachment forcedSWord'in Hand, andbefides thesiain tookJive^^pi-cers, 40 Soldiers^ -afid two. 'Camiori of ..Six Pooadsi'/'i,he. erea^ft PVt of theGamfonfaved triemfelvesintheCa'f-.ue 1 'bw't is ffar'dqur'',petach.mqnt will hot been able to bpgje^ has been fur4 prized,* anct" has lott hU,whple Party, except-4 Cornet andf five ofKingJJon's^er), ahd:^ Horfe& and onepHigh-l lander;*who' made their Eftape.' The Rebels'marcheo^ from Fochabers in the .Night? furrounded JCeith, and en| ter' both^dsl- A^theCampbell fcf in the Church] and de^ded^he^ChurchT^^ Houri [ during whlcK there was verybfife fifffig, it is not doubted] [but the Rebels paid, dear for this Advantage. , , ? TKe^King's' Ajroy is at jwfiftnt-dTyTde4--inta three^Can| tdnaients ;\the i whole firft LiheJ cohfiffing'of fix Batralionjj theoDiiTcfe;of Kitigfton's Horfe, aind Cohham's ^D^agoOns^ are at StrathBogie, within 12^ Miles of theBpey;^wh*!rthi Commandvof' Lord Albemarle aadJ^a)or General Blandf The Referve, confjfting^of three Battalions, with foul Pieces.Af Cannon,;under thejCqmraand ofBngadier Ge| nerd Mbrdaunt, |re at Did T^eldrurn,1hi�3f wajrr betweel Strathbogie "and this. Place, ' And the^wh^e �cand, Line> cottfjfting.of the,fix remainingBatfalions, and"Loj-41Mar^ '^erc'a. Regiment oT'p^bo^are;jl|ftjiere. * I "5By the laftTAccounts' we 'have/'there*are few or none of t^e. Rebels, upon-the Spey Side. . " p } Brigadier Bligh's Regiment arrived here Yefterday. Spine of Lord Loudon's" People have been furprized at. Dornick, from:the Murray Sider by JBoats. The Account we ^ave ofxhis &fiair is, That in the Night between the -1 cjth and 2ojh, a pretty confiderable  Party of- th�-Rebds by the help pfjfome Bgats from .Murray, anda thipk Fog> landed upon the Sutherland Side of the Ferry, and fur-prizedrthe.Guard of �x)rd Loudon's Regiment, under Ma-jpr Jvlakenzie,and took them Prifoners, fome few^boly excepted, who made-their Efpape by flight. The Rebels are removing all their Magazines to tb� Nordward'of:theChain intd Caithnefs. His Rd/al Highnefe having received -certain InteHigenc* that thelart'of Airl^, order'd Major lot Faufille, ^ith^oo'Meh1, tb go to Greneik, whlcbri3 ooa of the mdft rebdlious Parts, to attack all whom he finds in Arms againft the*Government, and to burn the Habitations of fuch who have left them, and are with the Rebels/ By the laft Letters from,Capt. Scott,* who had thrown himfelf into Fort 'William^ dated the 15th,  the RebeB had not then begun the Siege of thatTlace, but were bringing up their' Artillery for thatPurpofe j aad the Garrifon were dtftermTn^?to defend it to the utmoft. Extra3 o� a Letter from Ltytrfool, March 28. � This Day arrived the Rider, Lee, from Jamaica} who failed from thehce the 27th of December, in Company * with two Ships for London, viz. the Queen of Hungary, * Pearfoh j and the Houghton, Reed, with both" which he parted about feven Weeks fiace off Crooked Ifland^ * The Biddeford Man of War convoyed the faid'Ships thro' the Windward Paflage, to protect them from the French and Spanifh Privateers, which fwarm in' thofe Seas; and irwas neceftary, for three Spanifh Privateer* bore doWn npoh them ; two of which foon found their Miftake, and made off, with all the Sail they could ' make, %ac,tk^'B!tlia)e^brd tame-apwith the third, took * her, and cirr5e9thas"to t%e.;^lM^c;.a^d%obb^,/ahd madeanirtfter;Confem6n in regard thereto, in which he cleared every ii^y of the whole Afrairi but himfelf; ridt-withfta,nding whscl there are fasae JReafons to fufpeft the Truth of his Declaration. High Water at Lendon-Bridge, this,Day at c Miijatei after S. . ' Bankbook 117 \ half a 14th. Ditto Permits'17 i 8th Premi India 157. South Sea Stock no Price. Ditto cIdAnnmaes^ 1 4th. Oitto New no Price. Four per Cent. JBank Annuities S8 a 3 8ths~a 1 4th. Three p>r Cent.' Annuities 74 7 8th> a 75.' pkto 1742, 74 7 8ths 375. Ditto 1743, and i744i 74 7 8ths a 75. Djtto *74S> -^4^7-8*^^' 75". Million Baiiik no Price. Equivalent 95. Royal Affurance no Price. 'London' Aflu-rante^ 5'8ths.. finglifh^Copper 5 1. fdeveap^erCent. Empetor^aLoto novPrice. piveper^ent.-dittO^nb Trice, i-Badk XJircflarion 4I; Pn ^Ti^cets 3 s. Pr.' India Borjds 8 s. a os^Difc. .Threeand a half. Salt Tallies i&Y. 4 171 Difci *Three'ahd a half per Cent. Exchequer. Or-ders. no Price1.. - Th^e per (^nt^Djtto noPwre. . H ^ y .jvi A K K EX. AT the .KJ NG's THEATRE iriv f\ HAY-MARKET, Saturday'next, Wffibe gerfcrm'diu A R T A ,M E ;N E. JVithDAKCBs anil other Decorations, gatfrfftMw* Pit nhSVoiei ttf'fc pot tottther, �d.-S? Perfoiu tb be idmitted without T�fcetinwhkh wUl beM�^ thjffeEtayi -at ArOper* (Mie WthVlBaT-Matket, at Half a ^, Rt and Bases at Ffve, ; *To: bepaat'Sii^CfedK.-' � . To fo S QL D a Pennyworth, ?tBaet.eourt^Fleet-ftr�er.' - , For farther.. Particulars, enquire at Mr. ^lakernefs, at th.e-sWk' I^lry^j* at�Mft |�w�r�V �>- . - <<* ~ Few ;