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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 10, 1746, London, Middlesex The General N v m. a. 3836* February 1746-7. S. William and from South Came down his Ship and the for for the and the Margaret arid for Ireland and remain with his a Ship the Admiral with the reft of as in my Feb. 5. now came into Carrick a Ship deeply to be the len who loaded Fifh for the Straits but puc back by Feb. 6. There is now Advice from that the Picket for the Weft is failed from in Company with his Ship the j. Came the from for Remain the for Feb. 7. Sailed the for and this Day arrived the Two from Wind The King Le from is arrived off The William and from at The from Villa at from at The from South at The from at The Indian from at The from New They write from that on the 8th s Cabinet Courier went there with all in his Way from to the Marquis de at are forne Letters in by way of which mention the Retreat of Count Brown but we our Belief it till the Arrival of the next On Sunday kit was brought a French of Guns and 360 Men which was taken the 2d about 12 Leagues from his Ship the commanded by Capt. Ships come in Vice in the and at in and at Left at The Commodore Coates Capt. Capt. and the Capt. The Imperial from London to who failed with Commodore Leggi is put into Onthe in Lit. 47. 30. Leagues Weft of the the parted Company with the three other Men of and 17 the other Ships being before in bad The he faw one of the without and an old with The from for is taken by a French The Virginia to is taken by the The Richard and from Newfoundland to is and came on a by in the Court cf Common Weft mi relating to a Petition lately by the of the Fleet praying that the Rules of the faid might be enlarged by taking in the which was to one of the of faid who was to examine and make Report and after hearing behalf of the City of and the Inhabitants cf ft. Copies of which was the further Hearing p-t oSto the Second Day of next Laft Night there was a Meeting of the of at his Grace the on feme important On Sunday laft their Graces the Duke and the Earl of Kildare and his Lady dined with the Dowager of and in the Evening the Earl and went to their Houfe in Morning William of in the County of Member cf Parliament for in the faid was married at to Mifs a beautiful young with a Fortune of 100,000 1. and immediately with a grand Retinue for his the Right Hon. George Lord took the Oaths and his Seat in the Houfe of in the room of his Brother lately Dr. who had his Leg broke as he was taking the had his Leg cut by the Advice of the On Monday Night as one Mrs. Stredwick was going through near fhe was by three like who offering to fhe cried and it being near her her ran to her but was down immediately with a and died in a few The Fellows all made their On Sunday laft Vincent was committed to by Thomas for entering the Dwelling Houfe of William in the Right Time at in the County of and taking out a great Quantity Furniture and other things his part of which was found upon Elizabeth was committed to by the fame far and privately taking out of the Shop of Mr. Henry fome Wearing Apparel his found upon Feb. 6. Laft Monday Robert was proclaimed Sheriff of the County of Suffolk $ Mr. Charles Stifled is appointed ami Mr. Goodchild County 7. Sunday laft died Capt. who had his Leg by a Cannon in his Engagement in the Blandford Privateer with the rich French lately brought in laft as a Woman was cleaning out an uninhabited Houfe in in a fhe found a filled with and and in it the Body of a Female to be about five or fix Months with its Head and cut The Arm under its and the Head upon its The Head was and the Toes rotted off. Our Fair has proved in general very bad owing to the little Goods called for this and partly to the bad Weather for a long while which has the Roads in many Places Feb. 2. On laft about o'Clock at Robert a in this Place his Return from the South Sea Expedition under Commodore was committed to the as being guilty of murdering fome few Minutes before one Mrs. an unmarried Gentlewoman and in her own Houfe in the Head of the As no Precognition is taken of this unhappy and melancholly Affair as the of the Murder are riot particularly Tis faid he committed the Deed ' with a large cutting off fome and afterward mangling her Shoulders and Sides of her Head in the barbarous and As no Provocation is 'tis thought a in the Ufe of his and could have been guilty of fuch Act. Some Days before in a furious and extravagant he had gone oat to Collington about three Miles from and committed riotous for which he had been confined to the and at four that Afternoon upon Laft Week died much the Hon. Sir James Cuninghame of He is in Honour and by his Brother Lieut. Col. Laft Week died Mr. the only Son of the late Sir Archibald of Feb. 3. We hear from that on Saturday arrived from a Cruize from the the Granada and brought in after a a Privateer of eight and Swivel with 100 eight whereof were and 15 which fhe took off had on beard three two of whom belonged to On Sunday the Men were brought to Not one Man on board the Granada was either killed or tho' the an Hour and a Match was run upon the Sands of Leith for a 501. betwixt a brown Mare the Property of the Right Honourable the Earl of and a bay faid to belong to Mr. of both the Riders discovered an uncommon hut the Prize was won by the William of was married to Mifs only Chili to Mr. Hamilton of molt agreeable young with a very large THE Society in Corresponding with the Incorporated Society in for Promoting E in have received the following Benefactions towards forwarding the pious they are engaged for the Benefactors axe to accept the hearty Thanks of this Money Barbadoes hy Thomas Attorney - and paid by tbt Hon. Admiral Warren to the Capt. Smith Mr. Thomas Cantwell Capt. William Mr. Mr. Bailey Mr. John Somervill Capt. Morris Robert John Mr. Francis Mr. John John Mr. Murray Reduced to Sterling at 38 per h 1810 o Capt. Samuel Commander 7 of his Ship 5 one of the Council of Antigua - 3 Major Lavington at Antigua - Captain Abel Smith of his 7 Sloop Otter - J Warner Naval keeper at Antigua - 3 Abraham of Antigua - William jun. of his Ship - 3 Mr. Surgeon of Ditto - - of Antigua Capt. James Commander of 7 his Mermaid 3 Capt. Thomas - Capt. John Commander of his 7 Ship Sunderland - 3 Capt. Commander of his 7 Ship Canterbury 5 John Henry - Capt. Philip Commander of his 7 Ship - Capt. Commander of 1 his 7 Ship Dover 3 Capt. Commander of his 7 Ship Torrington - J Capt. Commander 7 of his Ship 3 The Col. Warburton Sir William Pepperell - Capt. Richard Commander of J his Ship Mr. Merchant in Henry Collector of 7 the - 3 Mr. Merchant in Mr. C. 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