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   Evening Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 19, 1757, London, Middlesex                                o. The � PlA^rrtC meiSTERo'Ho. ij. '^WM'-    ^^Bquglds^ ^ot       benefit (of^ the author. O R- EI. (^.-N: - M E. W S. Brefdsiz^ Manh h..^ Qjr^ the 2oth of M month bo% ef 6ood Auftriaas. furrcunded the little town � o? Hirfchfey in Upper^Lufetia, whicb is garifoned by a battaiioirof Pwfitaa foQt. ; The Brft attack was snade'atfcftir o'dack in the-moi^ifig? on the two re-S^Qubts withGut- gatgii" � esch of which was placed,twoiieW pieees : andtho' the Auftrians Were "f^er^l times' reguHed^ ^jey-at fef^^aade itSiemfelves Hiailers of one of the Tg Wkte^fesrg6 -and -Ei�e- Hasiibwgh^., ^$sreh 12.. ITpon receiving a^ivke titat amQlM^'li^d^iseen imiils- �0 aflemble the crowm army of Foiahd^' maay p^copff$-imagined that thw Ilep was to be �sak^n'ln'fa^ur of th;$ King of Polandj and to fiiGCour Sa^.onys - Burt tUe* laft advices from Warfaw. pofitively fay, that; the fok d^figfl of convoking the crtnfFn amiy, in cafe it be donsj will be to deliwr the Rttiliansfrom their defign of trayerfing Poland in fpite of theSjepabHc^arefufal to grant them, a free pajila^l and:that"theRepu^ and people-of Foland-willnevkrfuffer their country to be madethe flheatfe of the war^'frow love'-to Sa^onyo ...THefe letter^, which cojfne from, good hands further add, that neither the alTembBng. of the crown army^ jior she. march, of tbe Ilu^igris- f# BbheJUsiag are. ^^ents thst wilUpeedily happeu-s" obftEcles. .almo. un^ furmountafele hinde? themafch of the Ruffians 5 that the precsribus �|tate of-' the ^EJHprefs'-&.- health-' makeg many.appFe:henfiveof=lteE deatkjand of amen-fuitig rev^olution 'of thatvaft: empirei, which are im^ portaat:; reaibns for Wt m^^rch^g troops tc fo great a difenccG|:fmanysT at2' crifis; when djey� may' be-sndft" wsnt^ at Koine. , Ails tter^fore, ^hat can he expe^ed- from %e, -^iJiffianSo-: ^ -^vourof the' Emprefs Q^eePs is ;to.-fefi�^7tfe ' .Kmg.jof Pruflta to keep-a large_'body" of - fortesati-Prafea watch their ijlo-gions. ;    :     ' .   ^" .   ' , Bmpls^ MbKth^^:' 'feeording- to 'the>.1ail ac^ counts fror 'Bre^s '^^^^ intended, for the Eail Indies, nude? the eoiimtand of M- S'Apcher^ was ilill ghere on the 3d iiift, ,, ,; �   s K j-p N E w.s; a. o o o o o ,0 o o-o o t o o o o o o o c� o o o. O;. o � o o <;4   8 O- o. fir o o-o, _o o o o s I o o o o .0 o o o s d s 19. ' Y�ftsf�lay�.am!2 down the Sa^ rah, . White, for MaFykh^.j Britanniaj -Godfavcp for Lisbon.. Put bade'the' 'Lio% �lgiirss for 'Ply-mouthj and, remain; with his Majeliy's fiiipSj and tiutward-^ound as by la. Arrived the Spj' iloops and failed.to.the northward. . Wind S. W. V Dfs/, March 20.' -Came down the, Betfey, Whites and Elizaheth, vSlatefg for -Maryland j William, Re-dardsfx^r-Iiftyoii;^ and remain with his Majefty's ihips Union, Ifis, Dover andGreybpijnd, the Crui-zer and &tn-^ fliobpsj^the two Dutch Eaft-india ihipss, anddutward bounds. Arfived- the Sw^allowand Spy fmmacruizej Suecefss Severyj from, Rye,  Wind � W. by.I^, , At Portfrssouthg :the -Lion'j CarIto% from;Ja-^ maica..   ;    . �;      ., .. ' At-Derrys the FriendfhipjrCochranj from .New-Yorb.    � . . , ,  , / At Newrys Nancy, Gardner,, from ditto. hi Philadelphia, Aime-Galleyj P'ortunej from Cork. At New-Yorkj: Gounte/s .,of., CsKentFyj' ===^5 from Liverpool , � AtAntigisas Peter and -MaKys Bijicherg.-from Cork..."      � "' ,        , �AtdittOj. Sampfon, Efcott, frosi BriftoL At dittOj'Eade, Brqthecfon, from ditto. At dkto^' Pi:i5Ke of Orange, BrefetOii, from;ditto. At' Lancafier, Johntand .�Thomasj, Craigj .from ^arbadoes. At Briftolj^Spotfwbbi^j'Seitpn, from \^irginia�. AtDubJiA, Ttuebluej Lowry, .from'St. Kit's! AtCofi-!c|"Stv Antonio and St, -^"ii^j Hearice^^ o o ^ . - C O-U.-N T R Y > NEW S; Tarmmth, Marsh lb,, Laft. nrght about nine c'dock the wind blowing.-i^rd at K. . E. came On iliore on the beach, "about two miles to the fouthward of the towns, th^ Grenadierj' Davi^ Stewart, mafterj lfom.Plymouthj bfelongirig to and bound forLeith-in ballafti but the people-were happily favedo . Eri/iol^.MMi^.' Thurfday morning died^.Mr., Benjamin Briilow, an eminent cprnfadbr an| mer=> c!7an�. Monday iail the felons of Newgatej who are confined by night in the pits conveyed down an iron Crovbfs 2ind in the night attempted 'to mak� their ef-eapCj they had taken down a great niimbef of flonesj but the Jiext day the pit being feafch'cd, their fcKenie was fruilrated 5 and feven are nov/ in double irons. . Yel!:erday fe'nnight a young ma.n being in a coalpit near Hanhamj it fell in upon him, and he was taken out without receiving any damage: But laft M'snday being in another pit, itlifcewifeiell in, and he was taken out in about three hourSj cru&ed to pieces, , . : Tuefday laft the wind being exceeding high, blew the til^, &c. off feveral houfes j and a woman w?is killed \by the fall of fo me of them from a houfe in Gallowhill-ftreet. And the fame day a perfon met with the like fate a Bath by at fimilar accidpnt. Cambridge^ March ig. In the ilorm of wind on Tuefday laft, many large trees were torn up by the rootaonthe back of the Colleges, and feveral chimneys thrown down in this town j and a great number of barns, ilacks of corn^ hayricks, &c. were levelled with-the ground, and other damage donetOi the farmers in this and the adjacent counties. n^tyhead^ March--The pretended extra�l of a letter from henccj, lately inferted in the L. E. Poll, is entirely f^fe and groundlefs in all refpe6ls, no robbery having been committed on the high road in the county of Anglefey in' the memory of man, no fuch place in being as Bjoddedar heath, or fuch perfon ex-"^iftrng as Juftice Morgan. / �".   S CO'T L A N D. � Edinburgh^ ifcrtiji .15.   The Cambridgej GhaU mers^ from London for Leith, was taken in her ^ pafiage by a.French privateer, and ranfomed for S o o o o o o o c� I O. o .0 o o O o o o o o o t. �> n> O o o 'o o o Foduce notbing, 1?ecaale the m^imtshs^m the matmo. witivats-themv nof'evlnih^'castle ful� feientt^fu|)p6.rtth,eir labour/ ' E^tr^^ :&/.m Imer frm Porifmuih^ defed^ Fridai. _g   ;Yefte.rday:came; to an anchor in .the road of Leith, I Jiis ft^ajefty.*s.' iHips Splebay and -Squirteli, with the trade from Lontion ander their convoy. The fame day rame in the Princefs-of Wales arm'd Ihip, and the ArSurus tender from a cruize, . � We. hear that tke Agnes, .Crichton, from St. .Kit's for Glafgow, was taken by a Freiich privateer the day after failmg,       ' - ^   IRE L-AM: D.^. - .   [jyublin^ March iS- ' Yeilerday died Thomas Bon-foy, Efq; fecond fecretary. to the Lords-Jviftices, � L-       N.D '^O-N. Epttja^ of a letter ft-^mFalmiuthy March 14.,    -^ Yeftcrday in the afternoon the Expeditibn packet Vi'as chafed into the harbour by' a French privateer of 28 guns, as fuppofedy in the-fight Of 3 br-400 fpedlators;   The privateer feenied- to'be a very as been Upon tbe Gddit for tien or-twdve | IS taken feveral.fliijis in fight-of.th ourJ* . o Copy of a letter'mthsLe^'dgn\Gazeiisi_ tf "March-hi ^ vorhim^tothelntendisnt.ofP^^   ^ Sifs I am aninhabitanrofa fmall viilagein Dau-_o phiny, two leaguesfrbrnGuillefeet. but fo'pbbrand % deUitute of caffi,. that in �he whole community^;  which confifts of 1500 inhabitants, there are-actually iio more tfian fix hundred livres, in pieces of two li-o ardsj which fum,; eqiially divided, 'makes eightfous 0 anda few deniers to each perfon. o -     -    -    -   �      � ^ Ouc-v-iGar^has a' double louis d'or, which all the neighbdujhbod Comes � to' fee'bh - a Sunday, ^as:i curi- o o o   o o o o l. ^� -� , 4> 4 4 �.�^ .0 In the evening felled down to St* H^6i>Sj th? Kewarlc, Admiral Holbourne; the Graftcinj Cori^-mqlore Hdmesj with, the Tefrlfe^iip Jaulkl&^f9 Northumbertand, -Orford^ Genturtonj'. Kirigi^tfa -Captain, Sjinderland, B^ford, s fire*lhip, ahii ^ Isomb; alfo 34 tranlports^ whibh afe gbi% td Plyi jnouthand Ireland, to take in tr^epS^^ for America.- The. wind being contrary, the ihifTs ftii| reiftkitf is 5t. Helens. - . .'--"^^ . The Ludtew^Caftle mtn;^'-^^^^^ will Tail thS day "or ta-moxrow, -with f^-ef-^l ib1|�-to har-ebii��^ voy, for the Downs." �v.        ^ On Tuefday Jliorning�abo4ft'n^rteo-^(C&ck^^^'g lent gale of wind, at -s^veflj pfeccdeid \jf a ire4dfi nia^ TrafFord, Clarjse, for Philadelphia ^ Hopew'elig Langfqrd, for BaihadosMears, Barrelf, for Africa 5 and a floop, Wllliarris, from Holyhead; aiL riding at Anchor at the, black rock, part<2d tlieir cable's^ and were put afhore in Bootle bay'.  The Marlborough^ "VVard, for .Virginia y Rainbow, Harrifohj.for A?lica| apdSt. Andrews Berton, for Hew York, were the, only veflij.is tbjitlrodeit^out there.   The Great-fevi- , tain, Hicks, from Riga," and the Johii, Qlifton, for: Yatna^mth^ were pus oh^fliore near Knots Hdle,' The; Liver^bpi Esch&nge, Urfflforij Smiths Sdtifburj^. from liondon^ and Bamevelt^ Howard^ fbrLond^onj,' \ver^ fpreed on fiiore neaP^Highlake'i a Diitch vef^ fel, name unknown, an4 all-her crew peVifhed�  A pilot bo^t^ WilUamiCerletts late oWrffei* a;rid itiaflierg' met witb |he fame fate.  Duke of Aflj^le, Hardyj, for VirginiajrCarQllna, E^'flcines for Barbadoes, with manx ojther^j parted their cables.  Ship Alice, BH^g from LondoHs cut away her mallsg and . the Ince boatj with federal btberSj; were bulgetf and ffrari4?^,. All the veffels put on ihore in Bobtle-bayj tXCepf^ the Monmouth (.who is bulged) are fihce got oJi^. thq'feveral of thent have received very confideraWe damage both in their cargoes and hullsk Brig^Johnj of Yarmouth, hastefi: her cargo of fait, &G. and it is feared ftie. cannot be got off^ ^ One boy, 'belbnging to theDrcghedd MerchanE-was drowned,,.and the mafter of die ilpop was got afliore alive, but periflsed thro* cold, and one of the men Was'found'dead'oh boarcl.. * The damage ^n the town was very Cnqfidefableg and 42 feet of the, fpire of St. Thomas's church was thrown.down, . - * We have hourly accounts from different parts of the coujitry of great damage being-done.' Happily * for the fea coaft the tides were at the loweft. - The gale abated and backed toN.N. W. and Ni'about onc o'clock in ihe afternoon.*^ ,Spme letters by the Flanders mail mentioA, thafe; 'the-French Eaft Indiaman taken- by the AntigalHcan privateer, was detained atCadiz, and a gyard put onboard her j but five of the French officers having declared that the Indiaman was not wTthin reach of the eannrii.of the Spanifh ports or even within fights the guard .was taken away, and the fhip giv^eh up as lawful prize;;   .. - ;. ,A fnow": called the Young Abraham V- belonging to Dqdrlfke Peterfon and Daniel Bield, merchants irs ' Mafterlandj Sweden,^ John- Holft,' mafter," buf^^.i ; 80 tons, laden wi& 70- tqns of fcay fak^ anflw  ' pieces qf brartdy, and; bound from CfeifWick ia_ ^ France to Mafterlarid, was'^ftrandied on tire babk bt"'. ^ olity,   Itjsj in truth, the^nlf'piece of fucH-%aiuef ^:Ms pf-'^ight^ in theijoiihty bf^Sou^h^tirf^^ ? to be found in a circle of twelve feagjifs rbuiid; 'The | oa.the 24th:o/-i'eBruary-Ja{}, fn^ the m  principal inhabitant is-'pofTeffed-bPtv^U^crbTO        cargo wholly loflf j but part of the rigaine "br fufrl- ^ X     francs each, which-he;preferye^ ture of the^fliip was.faved..-    " ' ' > T^,"^ * ^H^ps^ ^..^ j>^^^ .i,'-Ti^^, Nancy,j Bacchus,;^ fr&m:%mS6xi'fcfr liaife'' cafter, is retaken by a Guernfey privateer   '     "      '  a befideS;iH9 the;#iJf&^^^^^ (P&ici"'TftRE"�-HAtF*Pllrtr.; "2' O o o   

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