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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 20, 1746, London, Middlesex TUESDAY, January 20 17*6-7. Dial, January iS. RRIVED his M^fty's Sloop the Shark from a ^kuzc Came down the Marnvduke. Bowman, for Lifbon ; the P*inee William, Grout, lor Leverpxil; Holland, Eigate, fjr D^L-un ; Sufjnnah, Pearce, for l\xu:i ; Rye, Chambers, for Southampton ; Suc-cef, Warren ; and the Lamb, Gorge, f>r PI/mouth.; Edward and Mary, Swan ; Redbruig?, Bagwell, for Portf-mouth ; and remain with his Majefty's Ships theKingfton, Greyhound, Bridgwater, Furnace Bomb* and Scorp on Sloop ; ai(c the Range, Johnlan, for Sr. K'.tts ; Carur, Tcmplrr, for Jaraa'.c. ; Wilajiugton, Scott, for Barbados ; Hopewell, Haddock, for Fabacu'.h ; iud the For--�ae, Wiiion, for Ireland. WiiriN.NAV. + Falmouth, Jan. 15. 0 Oporto, at Guemzey. The Elizabeth, vJinkarr, f.om London, at Amft^idf-rn. The Lady Jacob 1, Skct.-h, tr,m Lifbon. A Journal of Remarkable Events in the Tc:r 1746, ;n:luiing Part t./* December, to the Englijb Stj/e. 1 / �>> accord: T D'cenhe-, 174-". kHE young Prerencer rock PoiTeiTbn of the Town of Derby. 8. 1 he lnfaut Don Phi I p mad; his Entry into TvJilan. 14. Tne Treity of Peace between the C.-.urts of Vienna and Drefden on one Side, and tne Kr g of huliia on the Other, w:u fi^'ivd at Dreidui. 19. The Rebels retired from Ca.'.iflc into Scot!, n 1. 'I tie fame Day News came i.-.to eng.and, that Adxn'ral TowiiiV.nd, on tte lair J of Udtob r, hid come up with a French Mcrch.'.nt-Fiee; of 40 Sail near Mart'inico, and defiroy'd, at kail, Half. 30. The Rebels huntnvJer'd the Ca:tle cf CarJills at Dif cr:tio", to the Duke of CuiHbtr!.;:i-l. J miliary, 1 I. The Spaniards n.vdlcd the City or' Guaftaiia. 13. The Conkrt of the Pane-.-Succeiior of Sweden was drlivcr'd o e of the City of Bmf-fcls. z t The Cail!e of Vilvoiden furrenders at Difcretion to the French. r February. 1. The Rebels raife the Siege of Stirling w:th grejt Precipitation, retire to Perth, and f. om tht^c farther Northwards. 2. The Duke of Cumberland arrives at Stirling, and ti.e 6th at Penh. 6. The 6000 Hciiians are embarked 21 Wiliiamftadt for Scotland. 8. They arrive at Lett 9. Br uffels cjipkulates. 13. The City ddiver'd up to the French. The fame Day the Scmch Rebels qu.t Mor.trjfe, and a few Days after Aberdeen likewife. Alfo the Portland Man of War takes the Augu'.le, a French Man of War. 15. The Fmprefs is brou-ght tobed of a Prrncefs, who is chriften'd Maria-Antonietta. 18. The Rebels take the C't}" of Invcr:�efs. 20. They oblige Fori St. George :q a render at Dif-cfedon. 21. Conunodore Kitoiv'cj takes f.vo French TranfporU^ thai were bound from G\ftead with. Troops orrboard for Scotland. 24. The Sardinian General Leutrum takes the Town and Caftle of Alii from the French at DiXcietion. He af-rerwards relieves the Citadel of Alexandria, arid obliges other Polls to furrender at Bifcrttion, 27. The Duke of Cumberland arrives at Aberdeen with the Fng ifli A:fTiy. March. 6. Fort Auguflus furrenders at Difcretion to the Rebel?, who invtit the Caiiie of blair. 7. The Princefs Anine of Kitcklcnburgh dies in RufEa. 8. The Infant Ton Philip retires out of Milan to Pa-via, with his Spanifn Troops. 16. 'Ihe Aui'rians reduce Gunftalla at Difcretion, and General Nad. fti obtains ievrral Advantages over the Spa-riaids. The fame Day tre Caftle of Cafal furrender'd at Difcretion to the Piedmontefc. MariTial MaiUebois retires from 1 ortona in the Genoefe Tcrrr.ory. 24. i he Spaniards abandon Pavia. 27. A Party o! the Allied Array furprize Vilvordcn, but are cblged ;o nl;an.;on it ag^in. Sprit. 3. The Rebe s quit the :-itge of Fore-Wi.liam, with coa-fideiable 1 of; : And the fam-j (jay Blair Caltle relieved by Pnr.ce Fred-nckof H^fie-CalTcl. 8. On the Nigra of this Day the Marqtiis de Caflellar, with -'.out yj:o Men, rerrres out of Parma, and after a ion;' and fair.".iir.� M-.rcu, pains the Genoe.e Dominions. Tne .'..::-ian-. ir.ke Poffeffion of the City of Parma. c. T. c Cirad^-i of that Place furrenders at Difcretion. \t. i he Dt.i-.e of Cumberland entirely defeats the You:!/ Pi-..:e;:Jer, and his Rebel Army, at Cuiloden, ne^r lr.-..;:.c:.. 1:.? French King fets out from Yerfailles for the NetiKi Js. 22. \'a!enzj furrenders to the Piedmontefe on Capitula- 23. The Spanifh Army retires from the River Tarointo Place.itia, and the Aullnans pafs that River. 1 he fame Day the PVench King arrives at Bruffels. 24. The French recover the Caltle of Afti. 25. A Body of 5000 Aulirians is defeated by the Spaniards at Codogno. May. 1. Mechlen is abandoned by the Allies, and occapied by the French. 4. General Nadafti reduces the Caille of UfJolengo* c. 'Ihe Reigning Duke of Saxe-Wciflefl/elds dies at Leipfick. 6. The Army of the Allies retires for Antwerp towards Ereda. 7. The Auflrians take the Poll of St. Lazaro by P'a- centia. 9. "! he French take Pcffeffiou of the City of Antwerp^ and on tie 13th invert the C.tadel. ii. A new Treaty of Alliance concluded between the Imperial Courts of Vienna and Peterfbnrgh. 16. Tenor 12,000 Spaniards crofs the Po from Pla-centia, and ravage the Milanefc to Lodi, MHan and Pavia. The greatefl Part of the Rebels are by this Time reduced by the Duke of Cumberland. 20. The Garrifon of the Citadel of Antwerp capitulars. 24. General Berenclau reduces RTpalta. 26. General Andlau reduces the Caftle of Montechious. 29. The French inveft Mons. The fame Day Marihal Maillebois advances with the French Troofsfrom Novi towards Placentia. 30. The French King returns from the Netherlands to Verfaillcs. 31. The Picdmentefe take Poffeflion"bf Novi. Jum. 1. The Spanifh Detachment abandons the Milanefe, and ie-ent;ers Placentia. 5. The French, Spaniards and Neapolitans attack the Aulirians near Placentia, and are repulfed \vith the Lofe of 14,00a Men. 16. The Remainder of the Army of the Three Crowns crolj the Po at Placenxia, and get into the Milanefe. "bout this Time the Rebellion feem'd to be entirely quell'd by the Dyke of Cumberland. z8. Philip King of Spain dies at Mtdrid, in the 63d Year of his Age, and the 46th of his Reign, and k fuc-ceeded bjr his Eldeft Son, the Prince of Auluirrs. 30. Mons fujiendered 4t Difcr�tiorj to the French. [ To bt Cntiaued. } L O N- I> O N. frefll Ord�&are given for making the utmoft Expedition in fitting out the Traajjpojts that are to; carry ovet the Troops to Fladders. Arid alio to gqt.his Rsyal Highne-fs the Duke of Cumberland's Field Bqaipage ready, fo as to be on. byard in 20 Days at fa.rthtfh It is now aflured, that in order to furnifh a Sum for carrying on the"Neceflary War- with P'rasce, all Perftjns who keep a F'cHir-'.vheel'a Carripge for Pteafim\are to pay 5 1. per Ann. for a Two-wheei'd Carriage 40 s. and for a Jri,or4e 30 s. On Sunday laft came into Dover a French Cutter Privateer, taken by his Majei'ty's Sivip Fureace, Capt. Mapie-lton. She is a new Veil'e!, belongs to Bcloign, and has taken only one Prize, winch is a Slorp bound from Pool to London, whofe Name is not known. TheRofe, Capr. Fea, that was takea going from London to Aberdeen, is drovt afhore on tHe Ccaflt of Norway, but there was not any body on board. The Providence of Whitby, from Newcaftle to Doncbn^ founder'd off Wells, on the Coaft cf Norfolk. The Three Friends, Toyeil, Irom Southampton to Jtj-zey, is taken by the French. This being bis Royal Highnefs the Prince cf Wales's Birth-Day, there will be no Opera to Nigbt, Yelierday the Court fat at St. Margaret's-HiU, where the Right Hon. the Lord Chief Jafi:ce Willes� the Hon. Mr. Baron Reynolds, and the Hon. Mr. Juftice Fofter Vvere prefent j and the following Pirtosers were Arraign'd upon indictments for High Treafbn, viz. James Stormouth, Henry lVIoir, Robert Moir, Alex-der Mackenaie, and Charles Cliphant, who all pleadedl Not Guilty. Then the Court adjourned to Thur&ay Morning Nine o'Clock, when the Trials of the laid Piifoners will come od. The Rev. Mr. James Barker, Clerk, M.A. is instituted to the Vicarage of Yaxley in Suffolk, void by the CefTron of the Rev. Mr. Francis Burton, Clerk, the laft Iccum-bent. A Presentation has pafs'd the Great Seal to enable Charles Whitehead, Clerk, to hold the Vicarage of Cob-ham, alias Cadham, in thd County of Kent, and Drpcefe of Rochefter. A Patent has likewife pafs'd the Great Seal of the Creation of the Dignity of a Baronet of Great Britain, to Thomas Smith, Efq; and his Heirs Male for ever. Yelierday Morning died the Lady of George Lyttleion, Efq; Member of Parliament for Oakehampton, one of the Lords C^mmifiioners of the Admirals, and Son to Sir Thomas Lyttleton, Bart. On VVednefdsy laft died fhe Rev. Mr. Wake, Reflor of Obye in the County of Norfolk. On Saturday laft Humphrey Saywell, a Carman was committed to the Gatehoufe by Thomas tllys, Etq; of Palace Yard, Weftminiler, for affaulting Lhriftopher Dayly in the Street, and beating him ia fo terrible a manner that he lies in great Danger of his Life. And ac 12 o'Clock the fame Night, John Munro, a Soldier, was committed to the Gatehoute, by the fame Gentleman, for aftaulting Elizabeth Carter in King-flreet, Weftmicfter, and cutting and wounding her with his Sword in fuch a manner that it is thought fhe cannot recover. He infulted tluo Julhce, fwore he would kill the Conftable, and behav'd in a moil infolent manner 10 all prefect. And Yefterday one Herbet Groves was committed to the Gatehoufe, by the fame Gentleman, fo^ making a Rioc in the Houfe of James Tjthridge, beating his Cuftboien, and breaking his Windows. Yefterday the Seffions ended aj the (Md-Bailsy, when 15 Prifoners were tried, Six of whom were caft for Trani. partation, and Nine Acquitted. Mary Allen, for Shop-lifting, and Anne Bofwdl, foe the Murder of "her Hulb.nd, received Sentence of Peath. Anne BofareU pleaded her Betty, but a Jury of Matrons being impannelled, they brought in their Verdict Not Quick with Child. One was burnt in the Hand, and Four order'd to be whipp'd. Sir Heeler Maclean, Lauchlan Madean, Jofeph Broaden, John Blavv, Francis Stafford, and John Purfery the State-Prifoners were ordered to remain. The next Seffions will begin at the Oid-Baiiey, on Wed-nefday the 25th of February next. The Seffions of the Peace for the City of London was adjonrn'd till this Morning, Nine o'Clock, at Guildhall. A. D V E RT IS EM L N J S are taken in for this Paper, *r Lloyd's Coffbe-House, in Lombard-Street
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