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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 28, 1746, London, Middlesex The Nu m a. 3850. Ft b r v ar y 28, 174^7. February 26. m the Downs his and the arid Duke of and Hardwick Wind Feb. 23. Arrived the for the Feb. Sailed the Indubious Dureil and for Came in from Fik 25. Sailed the Capt. for and the for The from Port is arrived at Vera arrived the Mail from From Camp on the Feb. 13. The Enemy's Army to and go into and they talk of fending back immediately 26 Battalions to the remains at General Count de Maguier had a Meeting near St. Laurence with M. a French upon the of The fame Day 20 Men of and other of the foiled out of V 'tis to cruize on a large Convoy of Fiench that are from the This Day the Two Regiments of and fet out for the State of except one Battalion it having been to leave here a Corps of 10 or 2 Imperial to the Two Squadrons of Hally's Regiment 500 are alfo marched for and General fet oat this Day Feb. preparing for Army at for whom pafs by here and more are with a Train of heavy To facilitate the Communication between this City and of Parma and a Bridge be immediately the Po at General Count has a new much of the fame Tenor with M. de before he quitted the the to Rigour War to found in Another Manifesto has in the Name of Count which he gives Notice to the that as they have failed in the he is all their Effects in Lombardy for the Military Feb. 14. General to return to after having as we are made a Convention M. in Virtue of which this Court Concert with of Vienna for Reduction of the neither of the three Powers being to grant any Terms to the without the of the other who are to the Advantages accruing from this in proportion to the Forces they employ in ir. As the King greatly the Capitulation granted by M. Botta to the which was done of his that General was left to as he with the But Count foon perceived Things could not be the King's which he loft no Time in Hence this new by which his is to 4 as many Mortars as be with the towards the Siege erf Oq the other Brown to Count ail the Imperial and the to aft the City with their whole Footing it is that Affairs will foon change their In the mean the Imperial Infantry have actually begun to defile the Varo towards in order to get to where our 13 Battalions are to under Count expects not lels than 30 Battalions from Odonnel by here two for whither heis General Brown to give an Account of the He only long to pay his to the Royal On this Occasion M. Brown at Count arrived here Feb. 27. he has ordered his Field Equipage to v by the Knd of 'tis then to put at the Head of his Army And we are a his Majesty has that Peace will probably be published Head of both and that there are a f rw Articles to fettle to thic Pretended Articles are which forue others There who the Conferences will Begin the toth of the be alaoui The and will of Arms the definitive Treaty is that will go to in and that M. only is M. de is out to take on the of the Fleet at wiH tho' knows 'The now to be of the Maxim of the latt Lewis that a Superiority at Sea is f give Land and therefore tbe Navy to a They write from that of built and for and many have been Ports and rhaT 7000of our Troops and at I and by our were happily arrived at * is not On the that they have by the in the of them others reft However it Things do not feem go well on that fince a Council was held upon an from M. and not a Ward of what was done in it. But People are taken up here every Day for writing News too 3. The King has nominated the General Officers to ferve in the next which Are not fo as in the M. out 6e-xt Wetk for the Tis pretended who is has receiv d 5l6ws of an Advantage over the by the but we have been deceived fo that we are more cautious in crediting They write that Ships are arrived therefrom the According to k there in putting Troops into for the Siege of St. for which a Detachment is made from ersry The Embarkation of the Troops that are to the is alfo and they are to of fix French and 10 pr 11 As to the Words are wanting to the the Inhabitants of Provence are in Twice the Entrance and Retreat of the Enemy's Com is and the Rivers are fo as to be for a Fortnight It i is pretended at that three Senators who have delivered the City to the have been and put in till the People | determine how All the People in noa wear White M. de Mirepoix is arrived from and M. de from Actions 135; March 2. They write that the continue their to the Gates of | Genappe and The Apartments for M. Saxe and the other who are daily have been ready ever fince We hear that Philip has removed his to on Account of the in the former of ' Antwerpt March 3. The French have reinforced all on the and the have fent a Regiment of to to cover their in We hear from that all the there have had a Private Conference on Friday the Subject of which was the of Plenipotentiaries from the and King of and Lord Sandwich has fent a Courier Court in the then Tis thought the Conferences will be in Form March 7. Letters from of the 21ft that General St. Andrew hearings that 800 Troops guarded a Poft at by 4000 had them twice and been with the Lofs of 400 and being on the Point of the to try a third which was made fuch that having at laft the the every Man to the and then the with After he within three Miles of and letting Fire tillages iby the and his Approach a in where it was the Whole however wey their heard to but they had retired in good fo not one of them by the L O N D O N. Letters the inform that the Report there the to for potting them again fn to tbe ofthe that Populace feem to be not to or to receive Laws from any Power According to Letters from they are The of have been their way to Low by their Imperial who them a fine fet of two a Carriage full as a to the Duke Some Letters from Vienna alfo mention the J Arrival of the Marquis de Letters from of the 17th of February the a Trom ihe fame fome with 'the continued his Rout with all Diligence for with him very agreeable arid the This News 14 by Advices from Hamburgh explained to -an 30,000 Men without feil tc the the Knean the in Orders have been fent to the of i March to fend by Middle of Upon the breaking cf the Dykes of the Riyer is that cut Tet out from The Young ftom fis taken by and carried ailo 1 taken aad tarried The Cork to with was taken by the I to taking out her the and the Port bound to St. taken by Privateers ' in They were two of the Outward bound Fleet under the Convoy of La Motte who in going with the Trade between and St. in Men of which put his Fleet into i and 'tis thought 11 Sail are taken by the The French with one of of Merchantmen into War Port Louis in By Letters &c. yte hare that 102 Siil of the Merchant Ships at the above Ports from The whole of 114 of which two are taken by the Man of and one by the William and fo there are only io to be accounted We expect the Names Arrived by the next Dutch and intend to oblige our Readers with Letter 24. ' come in tbe ' from St. with The tain fays there are failed from to on the And ' that the French ' making great Armamenti at and other The Two bound from to was taken by the who put Come Men oh with Orders to proceed for Trance but the with roie upam the confined and have carried the Ship into at One Waggons laden with were 1 by and Men jaf The the of die have to be Receiver-General of the County of in the room of Sir Peter there was a Board of Officers in when Soldiers worn out in his were admitted to the Benefit of The Artful is to be revived on next in for the Benefit of Mrs. hear in Man's to the young Gentlemen call the her Houfe in Mrs. a Maiden Of a very The fame Day died Mr. Chief Clerk of his On Wednesday laft at his Lodgings at after a John a Gentleman ofa rarge Fortune in the of Kent On Thursday Night at in an eminent greatly by all that knew were tried at the of whom was Capitally viz. commonly known try I he Name for a on the Six were and three One was three ordered to be ' The Trials of Death to this Morning Eleven m Mr. to a to the Court on Heary after Sentence behaved with great Indecency to the and told if it had for would have been a now be by he is a notorious and has committed Robberies on the fince he received Sentence of Bank Stock 1 iS 1 4th a 12-8 a 1 4th. 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