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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 22, 1845, London, Middlesex , Numb. 3534. S A; T U R D AY, FebrVary 22, 1745-6. 2&ff� .February 20. JAILED to the Northward his Maje-ftyV .Ship,Ruby. !a* Yefterday put rback. his Majefly's Ship Squirrel ; with the Hornet and Swift Sloops, "aST VbrFPrtvager; wh6 remain-With his Majefty*s Ships Prineefs Loiiifa, Commodore Mitchell ; the [�Defiance, ai& Outward-bound. Ar-isrived the Greenwich, Gely, from Bdvidere ; and Dutchefe, Garnett, from Newcaftle, for portfmouth. Wind S.NV. blows hard. Grave fendi Feb: 20: :Fafs'd by the^Pance of Wales, Wakefield, from St. Kitts. Dartmouth, Feb: tS2 'Yefterday arrived the Phoenix, Jotfliam, from Liffion, in nine Days:; Pafs'd by this � Port for Torbay, four Englifli Men of. War ; but their Names not known. W4nd4&.S.W�-----~ � - [fey mouth, Feb.,19. After Poft on Monday came to an Anchor in Portland Road the Weazle Sloop of War, with the Ships for Jerfey andGuejnzey under her Convoy. SaiPd the Jamaica Sloop on a Cruized Wind W.S.W. Peek Feb. 19. Sailed. Thomfon, Thorafqn; Annes and Mary, Botley; Providence, Wills \ and the John and Elizabeth, Wills, to wait Convoy' at SpMeadj, for London. WindW.N.W. � - ; The Black-Joke, �--, from Lifbon, is arrived at Dublin. L O. N D O N. Ai tides at Length of the Capitulation of Brufiels, agreed upon Feb. 20, 1746, N.S. I. Four Days fliaU be allowed, from the Day on which tk Capitula-'ion fliall be figned, tdgiv.e Advice to the General commanding the Army of the High Allies in the Netherlands^ of the Condition the City cf Bruffek is in, and to wait for the Succour �hat there is Room to expeft. In'the mean Time, there fhajl.be a Sufpenfion of Arms and of all A&s of Hoftflity, and neitheTr Battery, Trench or any kin
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