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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 28, 1747, London, Middlesex The 4IIO. M Q N IDe cember 28, 1747- December 26. v ATN in. Ship with and Wind Dec. 25. by the from Difke of and the the and the John and feora and from The from is arrived at She met with very bad and has received much The Hefter and and from at The Samuel from at Since arrived che Mail from Dec. 7. Wc hear from the Ifle of thn General who there for the King in the ef Couac is fat down again before and hath fo up that Capital by that nothing can get into it but what is brought by Sea from The and in the Town have made an Attempt to by a but were routed and obliged to within their There have been fome petty Affairs in the Riviera and the County of in which tie Germans and have generally had the Dec. 9. The Duke of is expected back from the has made in the where he has eft French in every Place So that fame who 14 Months ago abandoned us to the of our are at the both of our and all ear other Ferr The French lately had a of betwixt 15 or 1 8o Ac Officer was heje a ago from has not yet the of his we know he has not Dec. 14. Count Hat rath has Commerce with of at the Solicitations of our and of the neighbouring Countries In of all Kinds of that are not have to pafs betwixt che two not without and Care has moreover been that the Enemy by this get any Thing out of that may them in protracting the in their not to the they have of their own be Dec. 20. The Prince of fets out Tomorrow for Sty ria and in order to make fome new Military A-n from Count B own arrived and is to England to execute a from his For fame Time paft the Publick has been with Gold and Silver Coin of the the of which is an with the In Te A Resolution has been taken to pay the Arrears of all the and this Week a large Remittance will be made to the Army in 6. The Levies hereabouts go on for tbe There is a Talk of a between the Courts of London and Copenhagen for a Body of Troops but the Truth of this is hitherto Several will foon appear in the Duchy of particularly one frr creating a large Body of on the Footing of Regular 1 to be let to the reis and her if tne War ' Tis faid there is a Project formed for paying the 800,co CroA which the Duchy of owes to the Electorate of and for which Bailiwicks are Lerers from Hanover mention the felting out of 1 more Recruits for and the for the Troops of is very much New Hanoverian Regiments are which are laid to be intended for the Service on Dec. 29 We are that a of War the Dutch is at laft in the in to the Placards by which they have broke off all Commerce with M. will return into Flanders fooner than was expected but M. to rejoin the is put off till the Beginning of An of has been and comes in in Force on New Year's laying a Tax of four Sols upon and the Capitation lien of the two Sols that has been paid in Virtue of the Arret of the 3d of 1.705. The King has the tabe made out for all the who have a Right to at a future But that he has yet nominated any Plenipotentiary for is no more thought of for that There is a Taik of a betwixt the Duke of Son of the of and a of Actions fell Week ago to 11 80 but are now crept up to 1 Dec. 2.6. The French are cutting 50,0co Foot of Timber for the Ufe of their Fleet in the Province of and they are alfo making 800 Carriages for They have 26,000 Men between and in order to cover M. in his to and from and to a which is fet from that Place for and Dec. 27. The of Brabant fent Deputies to the Commandant at begging to be allowed fome other the Capitation for the Sum of 500,000 of Flanders have granted the King 1 80,000 and of Hainault and Namur will doub lefs the We now whether the Operations will begin fo foon as has all the Officers being indulged till Two Regiments of Foot more are expected at The Number of Troops in Dutch augments The of is to march out in a few Days for and will be replaced by a like Number out of the of and che of Luxemburgh Dec. 29. Some Days ago there was bloody between a large Detachment of another of French which two and in which many but 'tis not known which Side had the They write from that upon the Receipt of a Courier from M. M. Lowendahl fent Orders for many which are near to hold in to but upon what is not Some a Corps will be formed on the Right of the Maele betwixt Huy and to make an into the Dutches of Luxemburgh and The received of and other Motions at Viviers have put Field upon his and has alfo all the Troops under his Command to be ready at the 2. We that the Canton of Bern has agreed to 9 Battalions of 800 Men and the other Cantons are actually Troops for the Service of the The Prince Stadtholder is levying 7 more Battalions in Germany j of will one and the Landgrave of According to the Advices from the there are from time to time betwixt the Light Troops on both and of the Allies often take Waggons laden with for A3 the French are foon to fend thither a large Convoy fans which muft go round by the Ways not being great Pains will be taken to intercept it. of the Works of which fo re Advices from Paris the French to repair in as they to encamp a of Troops under the Cannon of that According to the the Deaths in Amsterdam were laft Year 8463, which are i486 than the Year before in Utrecht and its 1309, which make an of 338 in the whole Number is 923. From the London Dec. 19. The Reduction of the Saxon is now upon in the following The Second Regiment of the Regiment of Are all to be and tne eight Companies of Grenadiers if the four Regiments of are to a Regiment for Major General of tne Men are to Recruits to the reft of the Army aud when all this is the Saxon Army wih uf 31300 the 8000 Militia that are all will kept and upon a good Jan. 2, N. S. An arrived here lair Saturday fiorn w th that the Canton of Bern had to M. Van for Twelve new Companies of 20*3 Men 1 and that that was to fet out immediately for This Day their High have a Promotion of General Officers i by which aJl the - Generais a-e and the Brigadiers the Rank being totally All the are dated in the Year 1745, and the are to the Rank of Major General aid their with all that have been given 10 other General Officers fines the Prince of Orange's to the are to bear Date from the 16 h of May laft excepting M. who is npw promoted to tbe Rink of Lieutenant General La and M. Van commanded at are left out this Promotion ancl none of the other Conduct is to be enquired are to receive their not being admitted to take the till their palt is fully and the Names of fuch Generals as. are to be examined or called to are in the Lift of Count b among the Lieutenant and La Riviere are made Majors The States laft Saturday another whereby the Crews of all French Armed or Letter of Marque that be taken fifteen after Publication within the or ac the Mouths of any of the or any where on Land along the be it be evidently made that they were caft away or driven in by of and had and given up their Arms to the Velfel they faw within the or to the they met on Dec. 26. The King has been pleated tp grant the Dignity of a Baron of Kingdom of Greats unto Henry of in the of by the Stite and of Lord Baron of in the of The King has bem to and appoint Richard Sir Jacob Daniel William Robert George Edward Alexander John Richard Philip Charles William and John to be principal Officers and at his The King been and appoint Richard James Sir Francis les the Honourable Horatio Francis and William together wLh Tyrwhit to be for Victualling his of a Letter from Teer Veer in dated December 23, ' Six the Regiment of who ' made their to the Ifland of in a report are no Motions the Enemy's Troops upon ' the Shore but as it was owing to a ' grounded upon a like that Zoom fell a Sacrifice to far from ' Credit to their have been put as Spies f and one of who is a ' by is fa d have made very important ' the moll material of which that federal ' Veils Is have been filed with Quantities of. ' and other to be employed as to ' our on the Scheld and the narrow Sea ' that divides this Province from the Continent A Quantity of Wheat Straw has been barked on the of their which it is is to be fet Fire to on and under ' of the with the Advantage of a fair tbe ' hope to us and Men ' but I can they'll meet with a very warm Re- all our Coaft being lined with Corps de Gardes ' from twenty to a hundred Men who Patrole Night ' and and arc ready to join and form a very upon the Signal given from the cons that are all over the The Militia is and a Spirit of Ardour ' and Revenge prevails among all Ranks arid Degrees of Saturday Morning an was to the Cbu t of with the Ratification of the ' Treaty for the March of che Troops into ADVERTISEMENTS are taken this 9r Lloyd's m
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