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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 17, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. Numb. $606. SATURDAY, May 17, 1746. Deal, May 15. 1MAIN his Majefly's Ship Gloucester; the Duke of Cumberland, . Major ; and Jnduftry, Gainsford, for CapeEreton ; America, Noble, .for New-England ; the Frankland, Havard, for Bolton ; the Carolina, Mefnard, for Philadelphia ; and the Black Prince, Wilfon, for Antigua. Wind N-E.byN. Grave/end, May 15. Pafs'd by the Providence, Ste-venfon, from Norway ; Mary, Stockdall, from Camp-vere ; Duke of Kingften, Merrington, from Boloign ; the. City of Coleburgh, Blank, from Celeburghj the Swallow, Sheppard, from Bofton. Plymouth, May 13. Came in Hope, Ferriter, for Madeira ; Allen and Agnes, Duncomb, for Guiney ; Anti-lope, HeySham, for New-York ; Judith, Holland, for Barb'adoes ; Elizabeth, Cooleck, for Virginia ; Britannia, Fones, for Newfoundland ; the Neptune, Shoares; and Kinglton, Whitfield, for Rhode Ifland ; the Britannia, Capt. Sommters ; and Ilchefter, Capt. Tedd; who came � all under Convoy of the Ludlow-Caille, Jamaica, and the: Amazon. Weymouth, May 14. Arrived the Defire of Pool, Rogers, from Newcaftle. Wind N.E. Pool, May 14. Sailed the John and Anne, Richards, for Chatham. Came in the William and Mary, Barham, from Milton. Wind N.E. The Prinze William, Bum, from Leverpool, is arrived, at Rotterdam. The Salve St. Antonio, Ferrer, from Lifbon, off Dover. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holiand. Vienna, May 11. Prince Lobkowitz let out Poft the Day before Yefterday for the Empire, but the Time of Prince Charles's Departure is not yet known. Hamburgh, May 17. A Courier pafled by here the Evening before laft from Peterfburgh, who left feveral Difpatches with the Ruffian Minister in this City ; and a Report is Since fpread, that the Ruffian Troops have Orders to embark immediately for the Dutchy of Holftein. From the Allied Jimy ut Tpelaar, May 20. We have fixed our Camp here, and our Artillery, heavy Baggage, and Hofpitals are arrived in good Condition at Breda. A Reinforcement of Dutch Troops have been fent to Ber-gen-op-Zoom. We marched without any Diforder, ex-apt fotne Soldiers taking the Liberty to marode, for which a Dozen of them were hanged up by Way of Example. Our Abode here, it is thought, will not be long. Mafeick, May 17. The-French Corps commanded by trie Count d'Eftrees, is arrived upon the Frontier of the Bilhoprick of Liege, which it is to crofs, we are told, in order to cat off the Cohnmtnication between Germany a�d the Low-Coantries. Hamburgh, May 20. The Beginning of this Week a Courier pafs'd by here from Peter/burgh, who left Several Difpatches with M. Cope, and continued his Journey for London. On this Occafion the Report is revived, that the Ruffian Troops are going to embark, and will land at Travemunde, from whence they are to continue their Route thro' Saxe-Lvmenburgh (belonging to the King of Great-Britain) the fhorteft Way to the Netherlands. The lad Advices directly from Peterfburgh take Notice that,the Cronftadt Squadron is failed, and that the Ruffian Troops in Livonia and Courland are in full March. Jt is-added, that the Requifitorial Letters for the Pafiage of a Body of tkofe Troops thro' Poland, have been delivered to the Senate, and that their March has occafioned a grea� many Conferences at Berlin. ^ Antwerp, May 23. The French took PoSTeffion of this Place on Friday lalt in the Afternoon, and continue hitherto very quiet. Our Magistrates fent their Submiffion to ins Moil Chriftian Majefty at Lier. We have no Communication with the Caftle. ^ Milan, May 6. The Garrifon of Valenza marched out t-iro' the Breach ; after which they laid down their Arms, fairing engaged net to ferve againit the King of Sardinia tor the Space of a Year. They are allowed to keep their Baggage, and the Officers their Equipages, and on the 3d, they fet out to be conduced to Novj. AII the French Magazines have been fd2ed in the Territories of VigUa. Pjedmontefe Prifoners, having been committed to feized the Arms of their , a fmail Reli Stance, Fifty the Care of 30 Genoefe Soldiers, Conductors, and carried the Men to Alexandria. From the Imperial Camp at Jlorgv