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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 31, 1846, London, Middlesex T'HURSD A Y, July 31, i 746. > Si ZW, July 2^. _I3 Morning pttback his Majefty's Ship the winchelfea, the Fox* Amazon, and Ferret Sloop, wkh all the Outward-bound Ships; and remains With,his Majefty's Ship Flamborough; and the Outward-bound Ships, as in my lair. Came down his^Ma-jefty's Ship Pluto. WindS.W- Grave/end, July 29. Pafs'd by the Providence, Dauhl; and Providence, Saunderfon, from Norway; EwenGaBy, W Friend; and MoKheux* Snelliog, from St. JLitts ; and the Fort St. George, Capt. A�tdn, from India. 1 Dartmouth, July 17. Laft Night failed from Torbay his Majefty's Ship Chatham, with the Fleet under her Convoy. WindE.N.E. WtymutB, July 28. Jiul now came to. an Anchor in Portland Road j the Sea Nymph. Lee. of London, for the Weft-Indies. Wind S.S.W. Pool, July 18. Sailed the Hope, Moufant, of and for Guerazey. powet, July 28. Sailed the Happy Return. Jacket, from Guerazey, for Newhaven; CathVina, Thomafen, from Mandal, for a Market j Elizabeth, Glegg, from London, for Leverpool j Hopewell, Haddock, for Lisbon j and Sarah, Benton, for Cork, both from London. The Albemarle, Grayfon } and St. George, -, from, Africa, are arrived at Virginia. The Mortimer, Lanfdown, irom Brifio/, at ditto. The Alice, Dagg, from Virginia at Briftol. The Expedition, Macfarlan, from Virginia, at Hall. The Seine, ���� from ditto, at Clyde. 1 ' � >_ Extra3 of a Letter from Vienna, July zo. * We have here an Account of the Manner in which * the Defigns of Prince Catecuzeno were difcovered. An 'Officer of the Archers of the Guard, who had been dif- * charged',,having, under various Pretences, defired Pafl- * ports fbrConftantinople, they were granted hini without 4 Difficulty. But Mormatidn being given, that he was^j ' frequently in Prince Catecuzeno's Company, who for * fome Time pail had not behaved himfelf with proper ' Circumfpc&ion, Orders were thereupon privately lent to * the Commandant of Biida to arreft him in his Tallage, * notwithitanding his Pafsports, and feize all his Letters * and Papers. Copies were to be taken, of thofe as dex- * teroufly as ppffibje, and put into the- Covers belonging to " the Originals, .which were to be lent to Vienna. The ' Commandant performed his Bufinefs fo well, as net to * be fafpefted by the Prifoner, who had an Excufe fent to ^ ' him when all was done, importing that there being an On 4] ' der to feize jomebody that was coming that Way, they fc> ' had taken htm by Miftake, and were now commanded H ' by the Court of Vienna to be fet at Liberty, and reftore 4 all his Papers. The Officer contimed: his Journey to ' Conftaritinop/c with all the Satisfaction- imaginable; but .* upon his Return he \vas arretted a fecoqd Time, ami ' confeffed that one of the Miruftersof the Porte, to whoa* ' he addreffed himfelf, bad ordered him to tell Prince C&e-k ' cuzeob 4ri Artfwerj that they could riot ma the Danger CQ ' of an Explanation in Writing with regard to his Proptf-^ ' fitions, but that, i� he would, fend fojne Perfon of,Confi- |$1 ' dence to Coaftantinople, fully ipftruiled in the whole- of ^ ' his Projeft, the Ottoman Minifters would treat with ^ 'him. The Prince was arretted about the fame-Time, ' and afterwards confronted with his Emifjary, and cOn-' vicledof having a Defign to bring the Turks upon her ' Majefty. He endeavoured when in Cuftody to corrupt ' theOfficer that had-the Care "elf jii�i|bitt;witho\it Succefs. ' The Patriarch of Peterwardih, \vhd- was falpeaed' to be ' in the Confpiracy, has been found innocent, and ac-' quitted in the moft honourable fanner.'  Drefdtn, Juljrdo; The CourtwiH fet out for ^arfaw to fix Weeks Tame, in order t�>reirde there all the Winter, and Part of next Summer.' Manbeimt-July^. The Pontoons of the Imperial Army, which encamps at Sohtheim,"and the heavy Artillery arrived on the z6th and 27th, under a Convoy of 1600 Foot and 2 Regiments of Horie at Nofbch, where Magar-zmes are. forming, and Bread is and it is thought the Duke of Buefcar, injfteadof going to the Army;-will obtain leave to return to. Madrid. The Piedmontefe make continual Incurficns in the Weftern Riviere, and carry off every Thing wherever they go; LONDON. I* 1 Yefterday the Right Hon. the,Lord Ma^held a Court of Confemcy at Weenwich, -and' afterwards' dined at filackheath. We hear from Hereford, that op T^rfday^lalt was committed'to theft Goal, one Hooper and his Son^ for Lti the Murder of*a Gentleman onknowjrt, on the -3d oT May laft__AA Servant Girl, ihat. liv'd with ihc faid Hooper, could hot be at Peace in her Mind, 'till Ore had difcovered this horrid Faft; ' ' - ' * ' o �-� Mantua for allthe French, Spanifh. Neapolitan, JWodeade, I X1*V*TC luTT X^'zl our ^o'^ry l?oin Q and Genoefe Prifoners. that have been made to this Time, ) 9P��*�� Md *e direful Effects of - -~- -- * to be conduced in'the Heart of Hungary, whereagqod I Number of them is coniequently' in a-fhort'Time ex- 1 peeled. .... The Fortifications of St. Lacaro near Placentiaj have NewcaflU, Jv1y 26. On Wpdnefday Mbming a little paft Twelve o'clock, his RbyilHighnefs the 0uEeor As the Or.lof Fran^rt^ot -? W ^ ^^^^ St thef French affeft on- every Occifion to treat *e jg** ,Qy ind\cdsCRliti6^ that ;nataratty flows frbm Hear6 W Pnfoners with Rhetor, the .Court of Vifcnna thinkmg ,t ^ { ^ ^ , JJgft^ M nKt^,^)^�m^_^^bu^i^y> Gratitude toward the Deliverer orouf Country 1?ori ^ tl Effefts of a ruinous and accur- fed Rebellion. HisI Royal ^Highnefs tjpfd at the Mayor's MatuTon Houfeftboiit tvyo^obrs and a biff, where'he ^il- low^d himfelf no Repofe, "aid but a (lender Refremment; and then proceeded on his. Journey with, the fame Rapidity u- j r/v^i j . . k ^ -a AUi,^ that h* travelled frorn F6rt Augnttul; which he left on been demolifhed, and with them the f^g01^ Abbey, - ^ ^ is ^ ( tf ^ which was designed for an immortal Monument of the puted ^es, where hfe arrivwioii'Mohdyr Riches of CarojrftlAIberom^ , _ On Tuesday he came From thence tb( Newcaftle, abov�i The French King hjs pubbffaed anEdi^ in order to tQQ me. ^d()a Wednefday paffel forwards to London, fecure the Commerce of hisSubjeotsw the Ameocaa Iftes, . alj Europe� who. Ljvres, and a X�r � Impnfenment. And in either of when ^ x^bcrv and Bafenefs, Perfidyi aM Sedition, Uiefc Cafes the Owners are to forfeit 10,000 Livres, befutes ft w�ultuous and violent Banditu^ of HigRlanders. ahd defperate Villains, had begun to ravage this Nation, arid make it a horrid Scene of Havock and Confufion, 6ew back rovtfie'AfSftarice of hTs _tremblfng Country, and chafed the Mifcreants,' like a Herd of Wolves and Bears, into the Northmoft Parts of the ffland j whither he pot-fued them oVer Mountain^ and thro' all the Dangers of a rigorous and inclement Seafoh, attacked them srhidft their favage Dens, arid eafily routed, deltroy'd^ and difpers'd their Army, tho' their Onfet was' made With all the Rage Thus this amazing young Hero inceJTanfly toils for the Pub^ what is ratfed ob the Captain or Mafter.- Ib the fame Edift the Ring's Officers are enjoined to be faithful in convoying the Trade, under Pain of being broke, c> fuffering greater Pnnimment as Circum.ftances may appear. Yefterday the Lord High Steward went in grand Pro-1 ceffion to the Hoftfe of Peers m die faine manner^ as men-'1 tidned in tfifs Paper on Tuefday feft; After which the Lords in their Robes went in Proceffion to Weflmirifter-Hall, ahd having taken their proper Places, and Proclamation made for Silence, the three Lords* were brought to the Bar* vrkh'the Alt carried before the*. After which the Lord High Steward made a learned,: Speech for ne*r half a^i Hour to them, and concluded tt; with afking them if they had any thing to move in Arreft 1 of Judgment, who allkneel'dat the Bat, till they were! told they might rife. ; Then the Earl of Kilmarnock being affeed if he had any ���-fi Then the Lord Balmerino was afked the Queftion* ^ he had any thingto- offer in Arreft. of judgment, and he de--fired Council to be af&gaed him, to atSp Khh m miking;] his Defence ; which was granttd sr^rahigh/; a^ Mf.' Wilbrahim and ; M>. Forit^Vi w'^1' affigned him as Council. '; The^ihree Lords are to be brought op again Tomorrow"." Yefterday Morning aboitt 10 o'CIock the Nine Rebels, who were ordered fos Execution, were carried on three Slledges frarh. the' New Goal in iSootbWark,' guarded by a | Party of Horfe Greri-diers, and a Cbmpgry of the Foot1 Guards, to Kenningtori Contrrion, where?%iey were executed. ' ;' ' ' They all behaved with a kjnjt pf ^'d Refolution of putting the Beft-Face they could upon a.Bad-Ca_fej and therefore behav'd with Decency and feeming Refolution. Before they were fiirn'd off thejf-deliverM to the'B^uhr Sheriff fome P.ap^rs, arid threw iatttfifr' j^ojdjkf'jthe "Pielf-ples the Contents of which were,' tteir ketolutions of dying bravery in the Caufe,~(fmce it could not be other-wife)-and that if it was to do again, and they could, they would do it/ Ssc. &c. After they were cut down, their Bowels were burnt, theif Heads cut off, their Iambs fcar*d, buc'not fever'd from their Bodies, and theil all feht bacjp to the Goal rift farther Orders. ' ' . yfo hear that Towflley's ffead will be fent to Carlifle, where he was Sham -poyeraor ; Morgan'. Head beoVd cm Ten�ple-^ar 1 aqd Siddal's be feacta Manehefter, tobe pat up in the fame Place where Mi Father's' Head was, for being concerrTd in the R-ebellibn*^ 'i/�jV Yefterday.the Court at St. Margaret*s-HjH' was tiU this Mjormng'Nin'e o*jplpfek/. tourn'd arid Fury that Madhefs and Cruelty oouUliadpire. Harris, , whom no rtxetcSe can weary, rio Toils can fatigue} who adds Winter Campaign to Summlr, and Summer Campaign to Winterj without Reft or IntermifConilill dooming and lively, chearful and undaunted j jnow again bends his Cbttrfe in purfuit of & nobler Quarry. What may not be hoped} nay; what may not be expected, from, this ifnpara-letledi royal Youth, this highly accompli fhM Prince and General ! who already jultly deferves the Praife of being more cbriftant and intrepid than Cajar, more vigorous and rapid ��At tL~__iJr-'.' ___1____j tut___J:____.t______ to and engaged in a Caufe far more worthy arid glorious than any. or allof thefe r^nowti'4 Heroes of Antiquity could ever boaftdf. '/MoVy^roifAj^dei>}6rI^a^br Power,canbe any* MotrVe with ^Royal Highnef^ to diffufe the Bleffirigs ^ of Freedomj ihd Vindicatethe eternalLaws of J ufticetarjethe Tnduce'mehfc'of his Condudt} to aflert and protect the hatural ^ Rights/not otily of this Nation, but of Mankind againftthe , Exorbitancy and. Liccntioufnefs of'ati arrogant and prefump-tuous Potentafe/whoi growri wanton wita Power, and intoxicated with, Ambi;ion, threatens Subjection to the World, and to efface from the'JEarth, Liberty, the graa-, deft and rhpij noble Orhainent of God's Creation. ' During thV^rt Stay'"riat his Royal Highnefs made in NewcafBe,* AeTreedom of .the Cbrpjprjtlon was prefehted to him by the Right Wcrrfhipfdl' the Mayor, Cuthbert Smith, Efq; i^rr Behalf of the Members of thg Corporation, ^as a Token bf their bi^ Efieem for Bis mtut}\ princely Virtues Witd ,f&e gr&efid-' Si nfe they Bavi of toe. natty and great iHng&itbat Bie'Bas been ctnd it daily ei&fid- to in Defease *fm'L&9r emd Libthies of Great-Mtaitr. ~' Alto tho Mafter, Pf&ttf4ti&$ettMt>t>of the Trmfey-Houfe; htfm-'biy'ls^