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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 3, 1846, London, Middlesex The Numu. 0H3t TUESDAY, June 3, 1746. iti.TVii Dm/, 7�w i. tEMAIN the Surprize Man of War* 'and Princefs of Wales, Harry, for EaMndia.; the Sarah and Elizabeth, Gloucefter, Sandwich, Rich-.mond, Nathaniel and John, and Baltimore, for Cape Breton; the tifwege, Waddel, for New-York j Anne, Houfton, for Philadelphia; Atlas, Wheeler, for Antigua ; Wilmington, Adams, for Bofton 1 Aurora, Davis, for Madei-B; Earl of Gainfhorough, Carey, for St-Kittsj Lyon^ Xyon, for Dublin; Henrietta, Crouch, for Barbadoes; Salisbury, Hancock, forLifbon ; Crawford, Harrifbn, for Lererpool ; Victory, Dean, for Shbreham ; King of Sardinia, Jackfon, for Santa Cruz. Arrived a Dutch Ship from Antigua. Wind S.W.byS. Gnaw/end, June r. Pafs'd by the Hercules, Coleman; 2nd Cholmondely, Crook, frbm Leghorn ; King George* Goodfhire, from Antigua; and the St. Francis^ Coleman, &om --. The Qoeen of Hungary, Vifcount, from Guernzey, is arrived at Barbadoes. "The Morpeth Packet, Bottnell, from Virginia, at Scarborough. The GIdgowj Gould, front Jamaica, of Dover, in 11 Weeks. L O N D ON. ExtraS of a Letter fr tin\ Peterjburgh, May 14. r  The Earl of Hyndford, Minifter  Plenipotentiary from * Great "Britain, gave Yefterday a fplendid Enterfiainment * to the Foreign Minifhsrs refiiing het e. It was remarked * with Surprize by the Public, that Mi d'Aillion, the � FrenchMinifter, was' prefent: But this Surprize was a * good deal ieffeneol whea it was known, that, the -two Mi-� nifters iiad dined together at Baron de Mardefeldt's, the * PruffianEnvoy Extraordinary, on the 10th Inftant, that * they treated each .other there with the greateft-Politenefs, � andthat Lord Hyndford having invited the Company to � hiaown Apartment on the,13th, and having alked M; * D'Aillion, If he wou^d'be^pne oftheJarty ? the, latter anfwerjd. That he w^d^attend with realPleafure, bei � iag perfuadcd, that the. Differences between the two * Sovereigns ought not to hinder their Minifters from vifit-� mg each other in Neutral Countries, and tefiifying their * mutual Efteem : But jt was, upon Condition, that Lord JHyjjdJpJl, ^o.uid alfoLcomejta fee him within thiee,Days, � with" the fine Company. Lord Hyndford gave a pofi- * tivePromile, fignjfying at.the fame Time, that no Man ' was more an Enemy than, himfelf to thofe little Referves, ' w&ch depended only, on mere Ceremony, when neither * Prejudice nor Profit;could accrue to their refpe&ive Maf� *  ters. It was the Enrarefs-Queen, of Hungary's Birth- ' day when M. D'Aillion dined with Lord Hyndford, and * an Eng-liih Ship, Name not yet known. The fame Day came an Exprefs with an Account, that the Rudlow, Browriett; the Francis and Dominiek of Cork ; St. Vineent, of Guernsey ; and a Sloop belonging to Chriftchurcb, are all re-taken and carried into Guernzey by the South-Sea-Caflie, He&or, and Rofe ; who alfo chac'd a-fhhoar on the Hie of Bafs a Privateer of St. Maloes, of 22 Guns and 200 Men* who all perifhed, and the Privateer beat to Pieces. It is faid that a 70 Gun Ship, of the Breft Squadron, is loft ; but no Particulars are mention'd. The John Brigantine of Pool, from Cork to Newfoundland ; and a French built Ship, (a Prize) with 170 Hog-fheadsof Sugar, and fome Rum, are taken and carried into Bilboa. The Madeira-Packet, Maccarthy, from London for Madeira, is taken and carried into the Groin-. The Rachael, Perkins, from Waterford for Newfoundland, is taken by a French Privateer near Cape Clear, and ranfomed. Yefterday there came an Account that there were on the 31ft ult. three French Privateers cruizing to the Eastward of Yarmouth j one of 20 Guns, one of 16, and a Cutter. Lad: Night arrived a Mail from Holland, the Particulars of which will be infcrted To-morrow. Yefterday about 12 o'Clock his Highned the Prince of Heffe waited on his Majefty at Kenfington; and afterwards on their Royal Highneffes the Prince and Princefs of tVales, and return'd to Somerfet Houfe to Dinner. In the Evening his Highnefs, with the Prince and Princefs of Wales, and a numerous and fplendid Appearance of Nobility and Gentry were at Ranelagh Gardens. We hear his Serene Highnefs the Prince ofHefle wil go to the Opera of Antigone this Evening. We hear that on Thuffday next there will be a Ball at Ranelagh Houfe, for the Entertainment of his Serene 1  Highnefs the Prince ofHefle. �\|\ We are inform'd his Majefty's Company of Comedians "Will perform a few Pieces this Summer, at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-lane, for the Entertainment of his Serene Highnefs the Prince of Hefle ; the Direator of that Thea^ tre having ordered feveral of the principal Performers to remain in Town to be ready for that Prirpbfe. His Grace the Duke of Devonihire, Lord Steward of his Majefty's Houlhold, has appointed Mr; Rayner to be Table-Decker to the Gentlemen-Uftiers and Daily-Wai-tersi in the room of Mr. Powell, deceas'd. On Friday laft died, at her Lodgings in Great Ormond-ftreet, Mrs.Mannock, Sifter to Sir Francis Mannock,Bart. of Norfolk; a Lady much efteem'd by all that knew her. On Sunday died at his Lodgings in the Strand, Mr. John Butler, Chief Clerk of the Wine-Licence Office, which Place he has enjoyed near 40 Years. Yefterday Edward Davis the younger, Thomas Saun-derfori, and Edward Davis the elder, were committed to Clerkenwell Bridewell, by Sir Thomas De Veil; the two firft for felonioufly taking but of the Houfe of Mr. Efau, in Flower-de-Luce Court, Fleet-ftreet, a large Pair of Silver Shoe-Backles, a Quilted Petticoat, two Lawn Aprons, fome Moneys &c. the Property of Mr. Camden; and Edr ward Davis the elder, for receiving Part of the Goods, knowing them to be ftolen. * Bury St. Edmondf, May 22. On.Wednefday the 21ft,-Mr. Leathe's Grey Mare, Mr. Negus's Bay Mare, and Mr. Winterflood's Chefnut Mare, ftarted for the Hunter's Plate, which was won by- the. former* On -Thurfday the 22d, Mr. Panton's Bay Horfe, and Mr. Greville's Bay Gelding, ftarted for the Ladies Purfe,. which was won by the formeF. On Friday the 23d, Mr. Grefwood'a Grey Horfe, Lord Portmore's Grey Gelding, and Mr. Crofts's Bay Gelding, ftarted for the Town Plate, which was won by Mr, Gref-' wood's Horfe. The Earl of Caftlehaven's Chefnut Gelding was drawn. t S, C O T L A N D. Edinburgh, May 26. The laft Advices from Invernefs do not mention the Departure, of his Royal Highnefs the Duke, but take Notice of Multitudes of Prifoners ftill brought to that Place, and of the Rebels coming daily and laying down their Arms, and fubniitting to the King's Mercy. It is partk'jlarly faid, that the'M'Donalds df Glengeary, and the Gleneoe Men, have been fo wife to" aft that Parf -Mean time, there is/a Repjortj that die Foench Louis" d'-Oree lately landed, had collected 2. few Highlanders together, and that they were headed by Lord George Murray and Lochiel."-The Place which is nOwiirfefted is Mbydart, and the Country belonging to the Stewarts of Appiri. A. Letter dated the 16th Inftant from Bergen in Norwayj contains the following Advice j " A Skip has landed L.Ogilvie, and thirteen others, at this Place; previous theretoj Orders were given by the King of Denmark, to infpecl: with the utmoft Exa&neis,all Britifti Veffek that ihould atriveinany Danifli Poa^ and tr> confine all Paffengers that had not fufficient Paffports j on which, the Governor of Bergen went aboard, and finding his Orders abfolute, immediately fecured them in an adja^ cent Fort, and fent an Exprefs to the King to inform hini of his Diligence, and to receive further Inftruftions. Thofe confined are Lord Ogilviej Fletcher of Benfchie* Hunter of Burntfide, David Fotheringham* made Governor of Dundee by the Rebels, David Graham Merchant in Dundee, Alexander Graham Son to ditto, Henry Patulloj -- Sandilands younger Merchant in Bourdeaux, David Graham of Duntroon, itiled Lord Dundee, Thomas Blait Merchant in Dundee. The Ship belonged to the North Ferry- of Dundee! Wemyfe^, Mafter^ and took the above Gentlemen oh board at Lunan Bay, three Miles South of Montrofe.  Letters from the North give certain Accounts, that ft* Rebels hare burnt the large Fir Wood of Abernethyj belonging to the Laird of Grant, whichj befides the particular Lou of many thoufand. Pounds to that Gentleman, is a National one, as it contained the fineft Malts for Ships of largefl Burthen. We hear, that Alexander Grant of Dalrachnie, Efq; is elected Collector of the Cefs for the Shire of Invernefs^ in Place of--Fraferof Corflick. On Thurfday laft his Serene Highnefs the Prince of Heffe din'd with his Grace his Majefty's High Commiffioner, and in the Afternoon honoured the Venerable Aftembly with r.-. be was feated on. the Throne, at the Comr mi wards.j^^^atDay. lor" ffie"T3 rarer , ... - .---------------ttr� Royal Bounty, and the Church's public Money. That Af* temoon appointed Mr. Currie to be fettled Minifter at Kirkpatrick Fleming. - On Friday the Moderator made an elegant Speech, and adjourned the Affembly, after finging f Pfalms and Prayer, to the firft Thurfday of May^ 1747, being the 7th Day of that Month. His Grace the Com-miffioner had a fine Difcourfe, diflblved the Affembly, and indifted another to meet on the 7th Day of May, 1747. Edinburgh^ May 27. His Royal Highnefs the Duke left* Invernefs on Friday laft, with twelve Battalions, and the Argyllshire Highlanders.-No Doubt is made, but the Remains of the Rebels will quickly either fubmit; or the few who are more obftuiate be effectually difperfed. We hear, that laft Night a Meffenger came from Lon� don, to carry from this Place fome Perfons concerned in the Rebellion. Meflrs. Drummond1 and Clerk, who were confined on Sufpioion, arenowliberated.- Captw Fergulfon; in the Fnrnace Sloop of Wir, has found in a Cave on the Weft Coaft 800 Stands of Arms, 16 Bar-' rels Powder, and fom&Cafks with Butter- and Brandy, all which he carried off> they were fuppofed Ho be lodged there by the two French Ships which were on that Coaft, and wherein 'tis faid. the young Pretender, with fome of his Followers, were carried off.> On Thurfday laft the General Aftembly of the Church of Scotland appointed his Royal* Higljpefs the, Duke of* Cumberland's Proclaniatkm, relating to the Rebejs, or fuch as fhall harbour or conceal them, or their EffeSs, to bd read in all the Churches in Scotland. We are advifed from Kihghorn, of the ;2 ift, that Alexander M^Farlane has been, by Order of the Right Hon. the Lord Juftice Clerk, apprehended and committed to the Prifon there, for harbouring and concealing fome of thef Rebels, knowing them to be fuch. The French Gentleman lately defcribed, and taken ?ri-foner by the Brbadalbuie Men, andbroughtito Perth, is Achilles Francis, Count de Mirabelj^ Engineer to the King of France, Chevalier of the Order of*Sc.Louis, who was wounded at the Siege of the Citadel of Tdarnayy and was fent to command the Artillery and Corps of Engineers in the Highland Army. Blair AtboJ, May 17* Several of the People of Bade-noch from the Parifh of KaigvuQe, who we*e l'educed and ' compelled by the Rebels to rile in Arms with them in the f prefent unhappy Rebellion, came to this Place, eondufted by the Rev. Mf. William Blair, Minifter. of Kingufie, and A D V ERTISE MENTS are- taken'm tor thk Paper, at Lloyd's Coffie-Housb, in Lombard-Street. 1 z - f ;