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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 27, 1846, London, Middlesex Numb. 3614; H 3 -4- T|U E S D A Y, May if, 174ft Dealy May 25. : REMAIN his Malefty^s Ship Surprize. ' Came Sown the OfwegV, Weddal, for New York." Wmd N.E.byN. Weymouth; Mayn%. Came lo an AnChpr in this Road the jFriendfhip, s Punchion j and! FnendffiiptWrlght, s for Sunderland;\the"jHappy Mnwiy, Abbot; and. the John and Charles, ^liliams, from Plymouth, for this Place i Anne, Bifhop, from London ; and the Weymouth, Beytoir, from Newsfile. WindN.E. � . , Pool, May 24. Sailed Thorapfon, Thoinpfon j Two Sifters, Durell; DfamWdy Payne s Port&aouth, Dunford j Speedwell, Birch j-Iriduftrious Befri Durell ; and William and Elizabeth, Rofe, for London ; Mary, Hart; Bellica, lennet, to wait Convoy at Spithead, ifor Newfoundland; ind John and Anne, Richards, for Chatham. Soutbampten, May 24. Sailed the Dolphin Amerfon, for Chriftianfand ^and. the Only Brother, Macarthy, for Oporto. Wind.N. i � The Polly, Lewis, from Leverpooli is arrived at St. �itts. ....... j.. The Providente, Blundell, from London, at Nevis. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland. titztghitone May 17. �General Bailon &bth arrived Bere on the 12th, and encamped near the Convent of Capuchins. On-the 14th, after having r^een-jouted by the? Troops that were before at.Cod6gnb,|.he advanced forwards, and took a very advantage^ Pbft'between Fioin^ lino and" Mirandola, where he will ^bijitirmeaiit-the two! Armies on the other Side of thePo, have madefome freflv Difpofitions.,. We have at prefent two Bridges over the' Po j one at Cremona, upon 112 Boats r the othe* at Spi-* nadefto, by the MbutH of the Adda. On the 15th, there was an Armiftice for 24 Hours, during which General Brown went to Placentia to regulate ther Exchange of Pri-fohers. �} - I From the ln^malCamp at Mont alto i May 17. The Ar-f my having continued on the 9th and;rollrat the Camp of Ponte-Nura, in order to make the hecfcffary Diipofitionsj for proceeding farther, every Things Was ready oh the iothj in the Evening, and tie Refolution was taken for marching the next Day. Accordingly we Hec&fnped on the 11 tH in the Morning, and came hither. Our advanced Pelts being eflablifhed fo nigh togiether'as ahiibft;tb fpeak to other, their whole Army retired- nh^er" the Cannon of Placentia; fothar. tti'eir'^oot and Horie fdrm a Line round! the City, without leaving any vacant; Spkee, many of the Olcers having Tents even in the Ditch. As they have fent all their heavy Artillery, amounting to 100 Pieces of Cannon, into the City,' and placed it upon the Walls, anf, Colonel Barbbtfay, at the Head! of about 200 Huf-�rs thatAvereat hand; and fome other Troops that he col ,etted �n Hafte,' Hew to its Relief.! -He was followed by (Defottyj.-with all his. Regiment/the Huffars - - hi general Bartellbtti, and the Sclavonians. Thefe; Troops had the good Fortune to arrive Time enough to fave our rifori, which had made ari admlraTileDefeiiee, and having) obligedaPa'rt of the'Enemy to'retibmgr^t-Difpsderover the Trebia, they purfued the reft to St. AritoniOj which is wifliiri a fmall Mijeof their Cainp. A great many w^fet killed inthe Purfuft, 2 OAceVs and i 00 Sofdieft taken Pri-foners, and, we learn by Defefters, that thfe" Remainder arrived at the Camp iri fmall Parties, or ManCby-Jflan* After this Adventure; it was thought ptpper" to reinforce tEl Gkrrifon $M 50 more Warafdihs,; and 2 fmall Pieces 6f Cannon, According to the, Reprirte we receive, the Enfemy work mceffantly at their: Ihr^n^hWehtsV and" the Martjuis de Caftellar has;at^^laft jdined Count de Gagei. We'sfre af> fured,1 however, ~thic the Cor^s eommajade^ hy ;the/ofme> is fp diminiftiocV, ,tha^r not,2ogo aye afrived great Accpifi- j tiabS^H Spain; the.Difpofuions: werejmr^diately^made,! Urid-the ijenerals- AndlaUi Harfch and-Neuhaus, were; chargfd with the Execution. They had for this Parpofe 9 j Battalions, as many Cbmpabies of'Grenadier's,a"nd4�ime^ Hundreds of Warafdins apd Sclaypniiins. 7Thek ^tt^ck' was made early on the 18th with all imaginable Bravery,, Sftd, as it was fup"|>ori^d' by our Ganhbaj they were ^re^ fehtly dlflodged from,the Hciiie?,'^rjd:fdon;after froth the' College. D^Jriog t'his^im^ 'flip 'jfi)$fe*Ar}ny advanced; in order of Battle, took Po&flion of t,b'e. Hdufes, and:isl now encamped here.: * ThisSutfeeii.was particularly, *wingr ^0, ^^BirW^fy bf thVGfeaeHls whp;co1nmanc|eii. We loll fcarce any Thing, normtn^andi^' we 'werB"feed updnwith; the Cannon from Placentia i K or can the. Lofs of the Ene* my be cbh^tderable, as they retired 'after a ftidrt Reflftancei I They cbfyjjjigje frequently cannonading the Houles' we are ih, but naSi*lr^iterJ9, d6ijr^;no-MiicflieT.  We are ac^ ^yfbir^lying' "ti^^oi.^^fc'La^rd, idtl ereiStihg Bat--teries to incommode the Enemy in their Ca^ip, py which Means, we hope fooh to oblige them to cqme to a good Refplutibn. The Defertlon ehcreafes daily as weexpected^ and moft of the Defertets'are native Spaniards. 4 Antwerp,- M&y jp. Jt-was on Saturday in the Evening^ tiiat'the French began &-fire upon pur'Citadel'ifrbm j^at-, teries at_onte, which has continned'wirivout Interruption. The Befieged have .y the 10th or ,1 ith bf/pext Month: without fail.j and there, are are pofitiv'e Aflurances, that we ! .fhal,lfoon receive'Retnfbrqements froin.Ttaiy. Since there 1 ' has been a Fire it Hetirithals, which con tainted about 100 Houfes, the>tench^are, retirejl to;^ettjiobi and Part to Hefffchot. There is a: Report that the .Enemies have de-.ta^hed from their Army 40,000 Men; towards Luxem-bdr|hvihd that they intend WgetP^eifionotRurempnde.^ L O N D O N. . ' We.are now told from Vienna, that the reft of Duke Charles's Equipage^ate fetontr and that it is again riot /dbabttd^bot ^islli|ht[e& will ve^jr-febn- follow. Yefterday'it.\tas^llrivtly- afferted^ that "the Citadel of Antwerp .had.-.^ar^d^ej,'. la^id-^at: 'the Gabifon were .made Prifone'rs 0.1 W-a^.; ^ Yefter,day. carne.ithe. iag�;eable News,; that' theHa)n-burgh fteet-waV^^^j^^r^ttil' oh the 23d of this 'Month. � v.v:  ." \ -'- ' ".By The T^tiy^rm^jy^?.mte Letters, .by^ way of^icaly^frbrrj *oh|fpa^a Wdm'fril Medley%S�|^idrbn; dated the 20th paft^thsa^rujiitig off Carthagehk/wh|ch bring Adyice that tbe Spa%f(H' Squadron Were in diaf '.tort af'tKtf.^eit^V-^jIg^d.'.j t- ' The Rudlow^Bro^etlifrbm^t,' Kjtts, laft from Cork, is taken by the^Prmcfetif Gonti Piivacteer; ' The Namrjg, Thidiman, frpm Bnftol for Gibraltar,; is taken and carried into OH Gibraltar. The Ranger, Taylor, fron} London to Gibraltar^ is taken by the French. ! The Mercury of Zurickzee, bound from Cork to Ma-hohe, is taken and carried into Baypnae.-: j , Yefterday came Advice, that a Swedifh Ship from Stockholm, with Cannon," GunpowdA, &c. is taken going into Dunkirk by the Carlifle" Privateer, Capt; Owens, who has brdught her into D6ver.  ' *� The fame Day there was an Account, that the Vierge Broders of Amfterdam, bound from Havre for Ureit, k� den with Timber for Shipping, is taken -by his Majefty*s> Ships Amazon and -Taviftock, who' have fent her iuta Falmouth. --- . It is faid the Fly Sloop of War has taken and brought into Mount's Bay, a French Privateer of 1 o Guns and So Men. ' Letter from Plymouth, May 23. �The Gloucester^ Man of Waris arrived here, withhef '* Convoy, and is to bedock'd here. . ^Juft now is comd ' in tie'William and RKihard, of Trurbe, who Tome Days ' fince failed, from hence with French. Officers for .S� * Maloes,' and has brought back 19 Commanders of Vef- * {els, who have' been Tome time Prifoners in France.-� � They fay there was ?. Report there ju'ff when they came * away, that the Bfeft Fleet was put back, oh feeing our ' Fleet under Admiral Martin ; but they do not rrlentioh � it as a Certainty. The Fowey Tranfport is Jailed with * French Prifphers.' ' The Commahcler of the Truroe fays, that 800 Horfe� � and 14000"iFopt Tjad/pafs.'d thrp^ Dinan, in order to t embark ch |5bardtneBr'eft, Fleet, tovgo on aYecret Ex.-"� pVditiori.-Arid that the St. Maloes Privateers, were all t laid up till September, except the Prince of Conti of js -. ,. .... Juftwhetf the above Letter came from. Plymouth, it was reported there, that tiiere had been an Action between the Britiih and French Fleets j but it gaind very little Credit. On Saturday laft Charles Palmer, Efq; Deputy Lieutenant at Arms, arrived in Town from Scotland, with his Royal Highnels the Duke of Cumberland's Anfwer to the Me{Fsge of the Honourable the- Houfe of Commons, relating to the, Viftpry obtain'd over the Rebels. This Day, the Right |Hon. the Lord Chancellor, will hold the Second General Seal after Hillary lerm, at Lincoln's-Inn Hall. Laft Week ChiiftOpher Harris, Efq; Clerk of the Northern Road, in the General Ppft-Office, was married to Mifs Cutler pf Epfom, a very agreeable young Lady, of great Merit, and 50001; Fortune. To-morrow, the Lords Commiffioners and others of Chelfea-College, will meet in Killigrew-Cpurt, in the Middle Scotland-yard, in Order to Examine fuch Superannuated Invalids as are worn out in, the Service of the Crown, who can, make good their juft Pretenfions purfuant to hisMajefty's.Inftruftions, in Order to admit them into the Penfionof the faid College. - - 1 On Monday' and Tuefday laft in the Storms ,of Rain, Thunder and Lightning that fell in and about the City of Briftol, there were Kail-Stones found at Dundery, that meafur'd pear two Inches and a haif-rouwd; and in fome otlier Placjes fuch large Hail-Stohes came down, as is almoft incredible^ which did much Damage to Windows and. Glafles of Gardens where they fell. The Reverend Mr.EllisBullemur, A. M-isunanimoufly chofen Mafter of the Free-SchooL in Norwich, in the room of the Reverend Mr. Timothy cBuUfenlur, A. M. Who refigned the fame; and at the fame Time the Reverend Mr. Ephraim Megoe, A. M.^was urianiiLOufly chofen Ufher of the faid School. , It is now paft. all Doubt was by Delign'and net by Accident that the Church of St. Ninians was.blown up by the Rebels, where fo jmany innp?ejn|>P.e,ople,loft .their Lives, as appears from the Teftimony of many unexcepdonabla concurring Witnefles.  .' "" " Mr John Hedges is appointed Chief .Porter of Dept-fprd Yard ; and not Mr. Hutchinfon, as has been mentioned. "... Vefterday d'ed.Mr.Coolihg, otie of the Lord Mayor's Officers,, by whpfe Death' thjp fOffice," of' Mr. Common Cryer's Ypung-Ji/lan becomes Va'cdnt, Vhich is a Place of ,2001. rnbre'valfue t^an'anyotherOfiTcer. Laft Frjp^ay^ie^'of "ay Fever', ,at';liis" tioufe. near Ham-merfmifh,' Jvir3d%ard Trevor^'late";a jeweller in York-Buildin^gs. , ; ' . ; ".'�.. ,'r Yeilerday a "Young Fellow, 'Servant to a Gentleman in EiTex-iireet,. wpo, was^ - J - - - A D V E RTlSE M E N T S are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-Housi, in Lombardstrect. ;