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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 1, 1746, London, Middlesex                                Deal, Iaft arrived the- Mary Dumber 30. IS Majefty's Ship, and the Oat-ward-boond Sh��Sf remain, as i.n my Iaft.   Wind E.N.E. Gra returned to me by? the refjpe&ive .>tRe 24th ofef)ece|ob*r next, having firft. given?4is confpnt to I the enacling the following engroffed Bills, viz. � An Aft forfopphing the Treasury with the S*o> of  Twenty ThoufaoU'Fwo^Hundred Pounds, fo^djichirg- ' ing die- Pubiick Debts. 1 and for drawk^ in'the laid'  Bills into the Treafery again.  An Ac\ for mak ng' the Town of "PJanton the^Shire ' or County Town of thfjCqon^-of Brtftojj, inftead df.the � Town of Briftol i and for renWKinc the^aeki of Jle-4 cords and Papers of thjeXouijit^F Btiftoj; ^ that are in 4 the Town of BriiioJ� to the faid Town of Tauhtbn. MR. Henry Kennan aod^Wr;"cavid Deas, Paffengert in the Snow Eveleigh, bound ftoai South Carolina to Briftol, fail'd from Carolina the 9th ef^Au^uft ltjr, and -on the 26th, being in Lat. of 42. 30. and Long. 6$. 45. Weft, from London, fill in "with 57 S^a oF'FiwBt-Vei-fels, and were taken. We found it to&e tl*f&nf*ous Brett Squadron, under the Command of the Duke' Dr&hvfll�, in the Northumberland. . On the 2d of September, the Norihuinbaflancl.and Nineteen other Sail of V effete were feparatedfrom that' Part of the Squadron we were in, by a hard G&Te of Winij     : Sept, 16, we entred Chebufto Harbour, and l&^fband. the Northumberland, jvith TUrMfm Jfy&3&tm^ffy Miffing VeueJs.~Tte^ef; S^p,fspx.joF phal 3bips, viz* jiitt iiaff^g^^0o9^. cide, they fej$f&d fi$d U^^aff^t^^Bt^ The^h m the WX^d^ljra^ terr'd ona- fhiall Iftand jm the which bears iiis Niine.-^-Hc died the Day before our Arrival here, not without being fufpe^ed of having pojfon'd himferf. The t8th a Council of War \fras hell.on boardj^ie -Trident, wheie M. D'fiflournelle (on whojn tie' Qtm-i Brand then devolved) propos'd going "back with the whole * Squadron to France, as the Soldiers and Sailor* were very fickly, died very faft, and the Diftemper daily encreafing, and as the, Seaion was too far advane'd to ftay on/uch a dangerous Coaft.-In this the Commandant was,opgosM by ail the Officers both of Land and Sea, as they thought their Honour oblig'd them to make fome Attack, oft thjs Englifh.-This greatly piqued the Commandant^ who was next Morning found in his Apartment-fallen on his Sword, and, we have great Reafon to believe, died about Twenty-four Hours afterwards. The Soldiers of that Part of the Squadron which arriv'd with us, landed, and encamped this Day.-The Command now devolves on M. de la Jonquiere. The 3d of OSober, Four Veffcls feil'd witljl Stores for Quebec, under Convoy of the Renomaiee, a Frigate 0T2& Guns, and, at the fame Time, a light. Brigantine for France with a Packet. The 9th and 10th employ'd in emjsarking the Troops.. The 1 ith a Flag of Truce arriv'd from Louifbaorgb with Forty French Prifoners.   The fame Day in the Afternoon, a Council of War was held^and in the Night the reft of the Troops, and all the Tenf&"weTC embark^L,  . The 12th in the Morning, a Signal was made for failing, but the Wind blew too frelh tojget'up their Anchors* This Day they burnt La Parfaite, aPrifce Snow.J^qHn.C^a. rolina, the Antigua Prize, and fonje Fifhing Schodnerv  ' The 13 th in the Morning, failM from .ChebuSo, ,v______upwards ~. 50 People from Menis, who are to ferve as Pilots for Annapolis. The 14th in the. Morning, L' Heoreufe, Enterprize, a Briganune, a Dutch Fjiyboat and^be Schooner Margaret parwa with the Fleet, for FcancM the^ Dutch Veffel having '300 Sick Sailors on board. . Wt have now 5 Hof* pital Ships in Compan^, great Numbers�f Sick onboard all the VeffeJs, and the Diftemper Sill jeacreafing. From the Day^they left ^gnce (Junetbe 2jfeb^${.$4 t� the f. Day tteyjkm Chebufiba, they buried between 23 and-4a(S& Men, of which above 1100 died ia Chebudlo, and they have not now above 1000 Soldiers, inc^din^l24lu!e^s^ej^. pabte of beaiiiig" Arms. r  ^.^v,- The 15th in die Moraine, we were. Fimrogf Schooner, and left^e^^ra'CeiB the-Flag of Truce, for Louifbourgh. A D V K RT IS i  M !. NTS are taken in for this Paper,     Lloyd's Coffi t Houst, w Lombard -Sore*   

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