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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 18, 1747, London, Middlesex The 1 X WE is N tf 8. 467.3, D N E S D A November 18, 1747. November 16. 1AME down the for Duke of Rook Hutch and for Oporto for and three other Names not Put for and remain with his Ship and Swan Wind blow's The Morning from is from at arrived the Mails from i. M. is fo far from preparing to that he has hired another and has received from by the Way of none of their Contents have yet except that the King his Matter pretends to be Well with regard to the Lord and M. Swart in a or 5 to receive the who is to bring the Orders of his Britannic Ma jelly and their for 6gn-iffg- the new Treaty concerning the March of the 30 or 3 Troops of this The Lofs of Mails lauly taken from a who was made drunk on the is much as it of great Importance j nothing can be learned from the nor any one to give Satisfaction concerning it. Nov. 4. is that the have off Cape 14 one of which was laden with and the other 13 with to the Number of who were immediately fent to Port We wait the Confirmation of this Nov. 4. Col. Rivarola is arrived here from to concert a Project the King's There it a the Enemy General and that they were with It is even now that this News by a Couf Nov. 7. Count with the Generals Wentworth and de la arrived lately from bad a Conference with Count The a Carrel for the Exchange of on Condition that the four be included in But this Condition has been There is a Talk of an Expedition this Winter the Slate of and the King of Sardinia has held Conferences upon the Subject at Turin 'Tis faid the Repartition of the and the of the Magazines for their in this are already The other Arrangements are to be taken in future Conferences 1 2. A Conference having been on Account of by M. de the Sardinian Minifies the of it ' That the Em- * the Interests of his Sardinian equally at Heart with her would command * her at the future to in the * upon the Maintenance and * of the Conditions in favour of that * Prince in the Treaty of and effectually to * port all the that the of the Court of rin might in of We that Britannic has the demanded of him for the Plenipotentiaries at Nov. 19. According to the laft Letters from - the States of the Circle of Suabia have their The of the Imperial and French Courts are very both with this and that of the in Favour of an of the and the fecond for maintaining the Neutrality ef Body But the former jeems to and 'tis confidently that upon the Arrival of the they will be joined with fo many Troops as to form an Army of 50,000 Men next Spring the 18. Count has received from the by which he is ordered to here as from the States General he tent a Courier to his is the third within a Field Keith continues at and his is often in Conference with that General upon Military Nov. 17. the Deflation we for two Campaigns from the Neighbourhood of two numerous and tho' the Country feems quite We cannot get from quartering this The States axe obliged to them with and nor can we procure any Abatement in this They of 12. and 17 under 12 General and are jn the oh both Sides the as well as in the three Suburbs of this Nov. 19. M. whe is foon to make a Tour into whither he has already fent Part of his went on to all the of this with a numerous Train of Officers and Day arrived here from Douay a Train of and a great ef which were fent forward to A great of Cannon was heard here all Day from about the Mouth of the which we took to be the Rejoicings of the for the Naval won by Admiral For two Days pall we have begun to pay in the Capitation upon the Foot in order to the two Millions which the King has demanded of this But we that this Tax will not produce the Sum that is Nov. 21. His our Sove in of the Requisition of the having to the of fome verian are to quarter in the Province of over his two of the Regiments have already and the reft will go To-day or Nov. 17. M. Lowendahl is arrived here from the Low in to about a Month at the and know the King's Intentions upon a Plan of Military Operations in the the Execution of which muft depend upon the of the Conferences that aie to be at There is a Talk of to a the Duration of that they may not be drawn out to an and that it may the fooner be what muft in the M. Saxe is at Court in a We pride in Spite of our late Naval upon the gallant Behaviour of the King's Nov. 23. at Three in the Afternoon a Deputation of the States of Holland waited upon the and paid the Compliments of their Noble and Great to his Serene to her Royal the and to the upon the which the Scates of that Province took on the 16th, concerning the Hereditary of the in the moil Serene Houfe of other Things in this it is * That ' his Serene failing the volve to the his Highness * and after her to Irer and that if this die without the fame ' Dignity to other Sifters of her * Serene who may be then and after them ' to their Male having Regard to the with this that marry who be neither Kings nor ' And in cafe this devolve to one ' of that fhe the Title of * and have a Seat in the Colleges of with * Power to ah experienced to be at the ' Head of the who be neither King nor The Royal is to ' in the fame during the Minority of the Princes ' or who may in her Count Maurice of was on the 23d appointed by the Prince of to during this all the Troops in Zealand j and he is now preparing to fet out with all Speed for that Major General promoted the fame Day to the Rank of Lieutenant Letters from Italy that Admiral Byng has many Ships from his to on the of the Kingdom of but that the Commanders of them had Orders to from all fuch Time as that attempted to march any Troops to or to join belonging to the of We learn by Letters from the Coaft of that conformable to the taken by his to make in bis they have in the Ports of Stettin and to trade directly in the Mediterranean that the rich Merchants of were in the and that a Ship was already returned to from its with a very rich They write from that Dowager of died at the 12th of this in the 70th Year of her ' Sir Lieut. General and took the in the Court of Common to qualify for their are that there this Time Numbers of at and other Ports in the United with an to come over to England what View we do not pretend to Affert But think it. may find it difficult to obtain and therefore get over in rhe beft manner they can in the Holland a Proof of what we are now three of them board the St. Quintin Ship of the Captain of which them on-board the lately arrived in the River from We are informed that there are Eight Ships arrived at Bourdeaux in laden with Corn from How they dare to do contrary to is a Matter of To-morrow being the of hsr Royal Highness the of who then enters into the 29th of her their Royal will receive the Compliments of the Nobility and Gentry at a the Great Seal to enable John to hold the Vicarage of Bedlow in the of and of Lincoln together with the of Tarville in the fame County and ' Laft Week Mr. John at was married at Boden near that to Mrs. Helen a very agreeable Widow with 3.000 I. Some Time fince died at in the Rev. Dr. in a very advanced On Saturday laft about 5 o'Clock one of the Coaches was robbed to the Miller's by two who took from tne three and about 20 1. Elizabeth Williams was committed to the by Thomas for a Gold the Property of Mr. Thomas late of in the County of Grocer and James late of in the of and County of John of in Shopkeeper and John of the of St. Botolph without Philip Matthew late of Merchant and Thomas late of High Water at this Day at 50 Minutes after 11^_ bank biocK 121 1 half a 3 8ths. India a 160 1 half South Sea Stock 99 5 8ths. Ditto Old Annuities 94 1 4th Ditto New 94 1 4th a 3 a 1 4th. Four per Cent. Bank 1746 93 3 8tbs. 1747 91 3 4ths a 92. Three per Cent. 82 a 3 8th.5. Million Bank 100 1 Equivalent 99. Royal 72 1 London 10. Copper 5 1. Seven per Cent Loan no Five ditto ne Bank Circulation 2 1. 2 s. 6d. Bonds 22a. a 21 s. Three and a half Salt 1745 no Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders no Three per ditto no Lottery Tickets 10 1. 6 s. 3 s. a 5 A H A Y - M A R K E T. THEATRE in the on Saturday will be performed an LUCIUS Fit and Boxes to be put ind no to be admitted without which will that at the faid at Ha f a Guinea Gallery Five By HIS M A J E S T No Readmitted behind the The Gallery will be at Four Pit and Boxes at Te begin exactly at Attendance will be given at the faid Office every from Ten in the till Two in the to deliver and take in 1 7 Nov. 1747. THE Court appointed for enquiring into the of Cap. THOMAS late Commander cf bit s Ship the Kent in the late Engagement at intending to proceed thereon at in the Beginning of the the Lords of fhe Admiralty do order all are to and alfo all have been to give their and are now from not to fail to be at that Place the 23a T. ADVERT are taken in for this at Lloyd's ia
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