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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 21, 1746, London, Middlesex                                The Gaieral Advertifer. N U m b.   3819. - -   ��, 1   i WE DNE.SD A. �t; January 2.1,   1746*7. Dw/, January 19. ;^ST Night failed his Majefty's  cn a Cruize. Came down the Heathcore,Capt. Cape ; and the Arjfon, Capt. Fowles, for Eaft-India ; Clarendon, Hyde, for Cork ; Crocker, Meffenger, for Santa Cruz. Put back Moggy-Ladder, Sett, for Gibraltar ; and remain with his Majefty's Ships Kingfton, Greyhound, Bridgwater, and Gibraltar ; Scorpion Sloop, and the "Outward-bound, as in my kft. Wind S.W. The Duke of Cumberland, Tate, from Antigua, is arrived at Crook haven. - ThePepperel, Avis, from Bofton, at Antigua. TheMontrofe, Gregory ; and Succefs, Water?, from Cork, at ditto. The Port-Merchant, French, from Briftol, at ditto. The Globe, Rees, from Philadelphia at ditto. The Black-Joke, Morgan, from Antigua, at Ireland. conclusion   of The Journal of Renia-kable Events, 1746. HARLE ROY and St. Guiilain inverted by the French. . c,. The King of Sardinia joins the Auftrian Army upon, the Trebbia. 8. The Daophinefs of Fiance delivered of a Daughter. lo. A Treaty of Alliance and Friendfhip concluded between the Courts of Vienna and Munich. ir. The Dauphinefs dies. t3- St. Guillaia furrenders *o tie French. The fame Day the Princefs of Braiil is brought to-bed of a Daughter. 14. Frederick-Charles, Bifhop of Bamburgh and Wurtz-burgh, dies in the 7 2d Year of his Age. 16. The French open the Trenches before Charleroy. The Alliesfpend about the firft Half of this Month in marching from Breda, to. Naffiur. In the mean Time the French march from Antwerp to Gemblours, in order to cov-er the Siege of Charleroy. 2 2- Charleroy furrendtrs at Difcretion. 25. A Treaty of Commerce concluded between the Danes and the Algeu'nes. . 26. Chriftian VI. King of Denmark and Norway, dies at Hirfcholm, and is fucceeded by his Son Frederick V. 30. The firft Execution of the Rebels at Kennington-Common. The f.ime Day a bloody A&ion happens at RottofredJo, upon the NuretM, in which the French firffer greatly. 3 t. Plac;ntia and its Caille furrenders at Difcretion to the Aiifrrian.% who follow the French and Spaniards towards Tortona. 4. Jofeph-Maria, Duke of Guaftalla, dies. 8. The French and Spaniards retire from Tortona to �Iovi, and from thence to Genoa. 9. Serrayalja furrenders at Difcretion to the Auflrians, who force the Paflage of the Boehetta. 12. The Parliament of Great-Britain prorogued. 18. Count Francis Anfelm of Ingelheim elecled Bifhop of Wurtzhurgh. The fame Day the Lords Kilmarnock and Balmerino beheaded on Tower-hiH. Alfo the Allied Army repafs the Maefe at Namur, and march by the Way of Liege ro Maeftrioht. And about this Time the Conferences are opened at Breda. 26. The F.-ench inveft Namur. The fame Day Genoa furrender- to the Auflrians by Capitulation ; and the Caftle dg^iTau jjjjeftored by the Em-.prefe to its BiiTiop and Princei"1    � 27. The Caftle of Gavi furrenders at Difcretion to the Auflrians. The French and Spaniards retire out of the Genoefe Dominions to Nizza. The King of Sardinia follows them, and the next Day csmes to Savona and Final. Scptimber. i. The French open Trenches before Namur.    The fame Day the Modenefe Garrifon retires our of Montalban. 3, 4. The Allied Army repafcthe Maefeat Maeilrichr, and have feveral Skirmiihes with the French. 5. The Caftle of Final furrenders at Difcretion Jo the K.ing of Sardinia. 8. The City of Namur furrenders, and the Garrifon retires into the Caille. 12. The French open Trenches before the CafUe of Namur. 15. The Baron of Franckenftein-is elected Bifliop of Bamberg. About the Middle of this Month the young Pretender retires out of Scotland into France. 19. The Caftle of Namuf furrenders at Difcretion to the French. The fame Daythe-Englifh land in. Britanny near Port L'Orient. 2{. The Dyet of Sweden opened at Stockholm. 22. ThePolifli Dyet opened at Warfaw. 23. The Garrifon evacuate the Caftle of Namur, and are conduced Prifopers of War tp Mons. 24.. John-Lewis, Prince of Arrhalt-Zerbft, dies. 30. An Aftion near Liege between the Left Wing of the Allied Army 'and the Right Wing of the French. The French keep the Field, and the Allies retire to Maeflricht. OSober. 1. 2. The Allies crofsthe Maefe again at Maeftricht. 2. The French and Spaniards driven out of feveral Pofts about Turbia by the Auflrians and Piedmontefe, in doing which, the Auftrian General Goranai is killed. 8. The French and Spaniards repafs the Varo, and retire into Provence. 12. The Caftle of Ventinriglia furrenders at Difcretion to the Piedmontefe. 18. The Princefs of Deux-ponts delivered of a Son at Dufleldorp. I he fame Day the homeward-bound Englifh Fleet from the Weft-Indies is aaack'd by three French Men of War, which take the Sevtrn Man of War, and feveral Merchantman. To bWlance which-, the News arrives of the talcing the Mars by the Nottingham. About this Timethe Englifh leave Britanny, and return home. 21. Montalban furrenders at Difcretion to the Piedmon-teze. y 34. The Caftle of Viltafranca capitulates. , 26. The Marriage Contract concluded at WarfaW between the Dauphin and Maria-Jofepha, Third Daughter of the King of Poland, Eleclor of Saxony. Nwemher.,..; 3. The FuUfh r�yci at Warfare break up ineffectually. 4. The Princefs of Orange dfeliver'd of a Daughter at Lewarden, which dies foon after. 6. Prince Charles of Lorrain arrives at Vienna from the Netherlands. iz. TheGarrifon of Tortona capitulates, and evacuates that Fortrefs on the 16th. x 15. Count Biancani beheaded for High-Treafon at Milan. 18. His Britannick Majefty opens the Seffiohs of Parliament with a mod gracious Speech from the Throne. 19. The Auftrian Army pafs the Varo, and enter Provence. They make a jjreat Progrefs.for fome Time, and Town after Town fwbmits to them. 24. The JBbirn&ion at Genoa, in which great Numbers of Auft ians are mallacred, and M. Botta, with the Remainder, is obliged to retire fome Days after, thro1 the Bochetta. December. z. The Duke of Cumberland arrives at the Hague from London. 6. The King of Poland rtturns from Warfaw to Dref-den. 8. Charles RatclifFe, Efq; Brother to the late Earl of Derwentwater, beheaded on Little Tower-hill. 18. Lord Lovat's Impeachment read before him at the Bar of the Houfe of Peers. 24. The Third and Fourth Troops of Life-Guards dif-banded. 51. Advice came, that the Fame Privateer had taken 19 French Ships in the Levant, valued at 400,000 1. Sterl. From the London Gazette. Peterjbourg, Dec. 30. Thurfday being the Emprefs's Birth Day, her Imperial Majefty received the Compliments of the Foreign Minifters and other People of Diftin&ion in the Forenoon : AH the Regiments of Horfe and Foot Guards were under Arms, as well as the marching Regiments quartered in and about this Capital ; and as foop as her Majefly returned from the Chapel, there were three general Difcnarges qf the Artillery from the Fortrefs and the Admiralty, each of which was followed by a Running Fire of theMufquetry ; after which her Majefty At down to Dinn.er.under a Canopy in the Great Hali, and the Ladies and Officers of her Court at a figured Table prepared for that Pacpofe in the fame Hal], ThfiEoaejgfi Minifters were invited to Dinner at the Chancellor Count Beftuchefs Houfe, where they we're magnificently enter* tain'd ; and in the Evening there was a Satf atl^purt, where her Majefty did the AmbafTadors the Horkipr^o Dance with them, and towards.the Clofecf fheBaf� 3be Chancellor's Son, the young Count Beftuchef, wftspublick-ly promifedin Marriage to one of the Etnpre&'s Calfieslrf Honour, and Coufin Germain of Count Ra^zamoiS^#e Grand Veneur. *    : *  Copenhagen, Jan 17. The King-of Denmark, 'fiflt* withllanding his late Inaifpofiticn, and the prefetrt Seventy of the Weather, goes To-morrow into the C&ifltry1 fpr ten or twelve Days, upon a^Party of Shooting. � � " Amfierdam, Jan. 24. They write from Paris of *&e 20th Inftanr, that according to their Letters from Proverite of die ,-2tb, t||; two A imWs continued in the fame'Situation, viz. the French at Puget, and the Auftriaris at Gr^Ce. W� hear from Marfeilles of �hs locb, that two SbBjeiiks loaden with Ammunitien, fead juft fail'd from that 3PcSt� bound to Genoa j and that,jthey had ltkewlfe feyeraf^rtnch Officers on Board, who were f�nt to command'the^ro Highnef9 the Prince of Wales, who thcn.enter'd into the Fortjufitft Year of his Age, the Morning was ufher'd in with &ing-" ing of Bells ; at Noon there was a moft magnificent and fplendid Appearance of the Nobibty, Foreign Miqiflers, &c. to pay their Compliments to his Royal Highnefs on that Occ2fion at Leicefter Houfe. Yefterday Morning his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland came from Windfor Lodge, to pay his Compliments to his Royal Highnefs^the Prince of Walts. His Highnefs Prince George and Prince Edward,, Sons of the Prince of Wales, were both at the Reviey? laft Saturday in Regimentals. We hear that the firft Imbarkaticra of the Trd6j8, that are to be fent to Flanders will be on Friday tfext. The Right Hon. the Loris of the Admiralty have,been pleafed to appoint the Hon. Auguftore Hervey, tofee.Caj)-!' tain of the Princeffa, a feventy Gun Ship, taken from the ' Spaniards. Yefterday being Effoign Day before Hillary Tgnn,. the feveral Courts of Juftice were open'd in Weftminfter-Hall. % . On Friday laft died at Margate in Kent, Aged 7J, the Rev. Mr. John Lewis, M.A. Vicar of Mynftre and Mi-nifter ef Mergate, which he enjoyed upwards of 40 Years, being prefented to them by Archbrfliop 'Tenifon, about the Year 1705.-He was a very good HiftoHafi, a grave Divine, an eloquent Preacher, quite devoid of perieeutmf Principles ; a great Admirer of our Glorious Deliverer King William the Third, and moft heartily �Kach'd to hrs Majefty King George, and the JRoyal family.He wrote theLives of Dr. John WickiifTe, Bifliop Pecock, and William Caxon, the firft Errglifh Primer ; alfo primed WicklifFe's Teftament ; and wrote a Hiftory of the Eoglifh Tranflations of the Bible, and feveral Divinity Tt3<3b : He alfo wrote the Hiftory of the Ifle of Thanet, and of the Abby Church of Feverfham in Kent. He was a Dorfetfhire Gentleman, was a great Favourite of Archbifhop Tenifon's j and left his PrewwaeM at.Pool, in 1696, to follow the Fortune of his Patron, the. Arvh-bifhop. AD V ERT IS EM li N T$ are taken in for this Paper, �r Lloyd's Coffei-Housb, in Lombard-Street   

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