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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 22, 1746, London, Middlesex                                N V m b. '3826. T H U R S D A T,   January 22,   1746-7. Dftz/,, j(anusry 20. AIL'D his'fyajefty's Ship King-  ./Bon %' the River.   Arrived the SbarkSloop from a Cruize j and Charles, Hetley, from Leghorn. : Reihairr the 'Greyhound, Bridg- 1 Water, Gibraltar, Scorpion Sloop, the two Ships  for Eaft-India,  and tb* other Outward-bound. Wind S.W. Gra-vefrud, Janrzo. Pafs'd by the St. Vincent and > St. Jofeph, Stevens, fr&m Li/bon, with Fruit. Falmouth, Jan.-Sailed the FlambOrcugh Man Of War, with the Cleeve, Charlton, Prince Charles, Richmond, John and Sarah, Phillis, and Laura, ail for London. Alfo foiled the John and" Ann*, and York Arm'd Tendersy for Plymouth.   Wind S.'W! Pool, Jan. 19. Came to Collier, Gregory, from Mil- -ford; Jolliire, PeFiy, from Plymouth arid the Vernon, ' Recks, from Scuta Carolina. Thjat&wifc, Blanchard ; and Blanchard's Adventure, EdmoOTBj-Jroia London, are arrived at Carolina. The Mercury, Hargave, from London, at Philadelphia. . TheSarahand Mary, Mackey, from Carolina, is put into New-York. Tire Aatiiope, Griffin, from N^w-York, at PortfmOuth. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland. Madrid, Jan. z. We have been difappoinred of three Couriers from Naples, which, we"are afraid, were taken by i.heBnglifb, with their Packets. Letters from Cadiz inform-us� -that j 5 Regifter Smps, laden with all Sorts of Provifions wanting, in the American Ifla'nds from tbence, and that four large Ships from Carthagena, having on board. 12 Millions of Piaffres, were daily expe&ed.--Of ene nf^tbefe Ships tee fcem to km've a bitter Account than ' the Spaniards. Naples, Jan. 4. The Kinghaspiiblifhed an Ordbnnahoe 1 againft the rribunaiof the Inquifition, which the Cardinal ' our Arclibifhop has laboured to introduce into this King-_ dom, in Oppofirioh to pur Privileges.   Two Ships arrived from Sarceloria lately, with 180 Soldiers on board j and five others from Marfeilks, with Horfemen and Dragoons (but without Horfes) belonging to the Regiments of Arra- " gon and Roufillon. Milan, Jan. j. Great Collections of Provifions are J making at Sale and Voglera,' for the Sefviceof the Army, w'hich is to march againft Genoa, and, it is faid, that the Count Pallavicini will foon go to Novi, to review the Trorjp!i, and regulate the Operations, the Marquis de Botta ' haVing been'recalI'd.   The Attack on the Republjtfk is to be�ade,by feveral PJaces at once,, viz. the Brjcheita, Ac- ' qui and the Wefern"Rivierar while 1 z Piedmonteze Batal-hons advance on the other Side, and the Englrfh Atdck thera by Sea.: On Thurfday laft feveral Companies of; Croats pafied by here, .with Nectfiaries for the Army,  which h faid tM^fift a&uaily of 25,000 Men.   Several Parties or the^B|^plted Peaftnts-haying appeared before ' the Caftie of Gasr't, they were difperfjqd r>y tome Difchafge* f Cannon.   The.Geneefe, who j�ad been amfted he:� by ' Order of the Governmentr are releakd, bat with Orders not to ftir otft of the City: - Genoa, Jan. 7.- Our People are yet Mailers of the Bo-chetta, ba{ we expect the AuftnarTs and Piedmonteze foon in our Neighbourhood, which puts the Infurgents into the �greatcft Canfufion. Milan, Jan% 10. The Count de Choteckj" Commiffary-. General, fet cut this Morning to return to the General' Quarters at Novi.   Count de Ciceri,xwho did ribYfervethe .laft Camp3.ign4 is fet out with'him,, to be prefeptat the , new Expedition againft Genoa, which, after having been deferred'from Day-to Day,' for feveral Reafons, Is expected to begin this Week.   The Marquis de Botta has publifhed a Manifedo-, by Way of introduction, j Placeutia, Jan. j 2. Two Battalions of Schukmberg's palled by thisCity on the 9th, in their Way for the Army -in Provenc:.  Want of Provifions begins to teach the fame Dottrine to the. Revolted__Genoefe, as the Marquis de Botta endeavoured to imprefs them with by his Manifefto-of the 6th.   They-fucceflively throw do   ah Advanced Poll at Erejus, commanded; by^en. O'Donnel, �|j�^iatitwbTrefh \ Battalions fent him on the 5th^ Weexpeflti-thatin 3 or 4 Days the heavy ArjiHery will be arrived before Antibe?, ftl order t'O attack it cffeQually. Nizza, Jan. 11. Couriers arrive here fr'fihi Froyerice alrnoil eveiy Day, and the laft, which came this Day, has: brought fbme very particular Accounts: '1 he Sa'bftancedf  them is, ThatGerreral RroWn had detached feVeral Parries; �f Croats and Sclavonjangj te redjieethe Peafants lncertafn Places along the Verdon^ who had taken Arms, notwith-ftanding the Menaces publifhed againft thofe.who proceeded .' tothat Extremity.   The faid General had alfo Tent a fecond' Time into Antibes, by General Galleahi and M.dc�*ebbing, to fummon Count de Sade to deliver up the Place, offering him the moft Honourable -Capitulation.   This Commandant's Anfwer was; ' That he put too much Va-J ' lue upon General Brown'-s Efieem to fun the Hazard of! ' lefirig it, by furrendrihg a Place which 'was not yet be- * fieged in Form, and that.his Excellency rirjght be affured * he would not furrender tilijeduced te the latl Extremity.' The moft certain Advices concerning the Garrifonof this' Place, make it. amount to 7-Battalions. Count de Sade has m?de feveral Sallies fineeit has been inveiied, upon the advanced Pofls of the Befiegers,' and makes a great Fire with his Artillery* to prevent any Approaches being' carried on. We have farther Advice of feveral Skirmiflies fince- the 5th, between fome Detachment of the Corps uade'r M: de Mirepoix, and the Troops at Frejus under Gen. O'Don-nej. i he City of Grade is occupied by General Nbvati, with four Battalions. The Lynn, an EngiiEh Man of War,' is arrived at Viilafranca, whi;her he has efcoxted 12 Vef-fels laden with Forage, Wood and Provifions for the Army in Provence. Brujfds, Jan. 23. Two grand Convoys of Powder and Meal were fen t the Day before Yefterday for Louvain and Namur. Count de St. Germainf who commands in the firfl of thofe Places, has vifited the Country about the De-mar and Dyle, and there is a Talk that notopJy Arfchot, bat alfo feveral other>Poils along thofe Riye'rswiH be fortified, in Conferment* o� an Order~of:3vil. Sa?fe. By an ^ Ordonnance of M. Moreait de Seychelle#i juit pcrbTtfhed, all-'thofe who have the Adminiftrauon-,,Or, 4h-any Maimer, theCareof the Eife&s belonging to.th^Z^pljility ortUBlters in the Service of the Court of Vienna^ or of^bofewho have quitted this City fince Jt-Jas been under the K^g'* Doihiruoh, on Account of their Artachraeht te the former Government, are within a Fortnight, to giv* in an exa'cl Efiimate Of thofe Effefls, uhder the-Pcnalty of cob Florins. We hear from Ghent, that the Marquis de Chayla, after having reviewed hisGarrifqn, and vifited the Fortifications of the Caftle, was to fet out on'the 20th' for Paris, to confer with M. Saxc upon the Operations of the approaching Campaign. HogT, Jan- 26. General Debrofe, Minifter from the King: M Poland, has delivered to the Prefident a Letter from fits'PoliSi' Majelty, notifying the Marriage of his. Daughter;whlr the Dauphin.   A Courier paSed thro' here YerVeYday from Provence for London, by whom we learn, that General'Bf'own continues in the fame .Pdfition, and waits for the Surrender of Antibes, io "Order to renew the. Operations.   The Letersfrbm Genoa are wanting, and we only know, that the Marquis de.Botta has^ been reca'l'd, and the Command given to Count Schutemberg.   Accord- \ ing to the Letters from Franckfort,  the States of the Cir-cleof the Upper-Rhine have aiTented'to the Aflbciation'for the Security of'the Anterior Cirdd. ' Private Letters' frorn'Paris'fey, that M. dePnyfienx has"accepted rtfe Place of Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs; that the Court feemsirtnO"Hurry to replace him at BretTa. "M.-de Maca-nas, the Spanifh Minifter, has defeTwd his Departure on J; that Occafion. LONDON. His Sardinian Majefty intends to ftay at Turin rfll next March, in order to take the neceffary Meafures for carry-' ing on the Wat in Provence, and preventing any new At-ternritto enter Italy. The Bridges which General Brown Caufed lately to be thrown over the Varo,rand which the French look upon as an Indication'of .his Retreat, were dcflgned only for the Paffagf of the Reinforcements, who have join'd him. As the taking Antibes,. which "was warmly bombarded when the laft Advices caine'. ffdin thence, is 'a Matter of great Importance, the General is willing to (lay hear it till the Garnfon furrenders. It appears that a Notion had prevaii'd among the.Ge-noefe, trrac on St. Lucia's' Day,1 Dec. 13, the Auftrians were to enter the City by Force of Arms, and feize what | w 'tlfty h;aa^ demanded by Way pffMilitary Exfcutfon. Biit 'M. de Botta^ rh'th^ Manifdto'he has.pubiifljpd/'treatsYhis fmpotarion as-groundkfs, and afariitf, that he omuvjuec'. hcrthrrrg to- recover the Peopfe from" theipunjud' Ps^nick. The Revolters, howerer, have appointed a�)&y er Pabli* Thankfgiving for their Imaginary Efcape.   . The Reports that have fpread of a Battle in Provence feem. to be founded only on a Skirmifh between about 6co Auftrians and a large Body of French, in- which the latter had the Advantage. ~ On Sunday laft ar? red at Weymouth, the Francis, a Cartel Ship from St. Maloes ; who brm^ Advict, ti.at c�r thfee CartelShips are detain'd there, till her Return witfi French Prifo'ners. She alio brings'an Account, that the French.are firting ut at Breft 20 Men of War, for another Expcditi. n ; but /hither Intended is not mention'd. Vefterday came Advice that the Woolwich Man cf Waf,� Cact. Lingen, was arrived off Dover, /;om Lifbon, havi..:g under her Convoy the Orford' and the Scarbor&ugii India Ships. By the Caftor.arrived at Pool, from Lifbon4.we hearj that four Sail of his Majefty'5 Ships were at the Departure of the above Ship, on]the 27th ulr. carrying In a Spaaiih Man ef War of 60 Guns, which they had taken on a Cruize, and were fn fight of the Rock of Liffcon when the abbve'Ship parted from them. .' The Swarte Catr,- a Prize to the Infpeftor Privateer,-Capt.-Veale, fent -home from Li/bon, is furc'cl up the 'Baftol Channel. The Merfyfield, Ranfom, from Newfoundland for England, is'Ioft at Duncain-head in.Scotland. The Martha and Elizabeth, of Pool, from Ne^found-land,. is. tajken and carried into BirbcaL This'Day the Right Hen. the Xioufe of Peers will ap> pojnt'aTJay for the Trial'of the Lord Lovat in Weit-minfter-Hall. Yefterday Sir Watkin-Willianrs Wynnei arrived irl Town from his Seat in Denbigh-(hire. Several other Members.alfo arrived in Town, to attend theCaH'of'.the tfoufe, thisTj3y. The Right Hon. the Earl of Radnor is greatly indjf-poled at his Houfeat Twickenham. Laft Week died at Pool, greatly lamented by all that knew him, Mr. Robert Tito, Aged 95, the oldelt Man-in that Town. 'We hear the Wardmote Jury for the City and Liberty ofWeftminfter^. with the Charitable Contribution cf the Nobility, Gentry aid others this Chriftmas, have releas'd from their Confmement in , the Gatehoufe and Bridewell 25 Prifoners that had Iain therefor Debts arrd Fees ; and the Remaining Part cf their ColleiUpnsdiftributt d amongft decayed Hou/e-Tceepers, and other Induftrious Poor, within' the faid City and Liberty to their great Comfort and Support. ... , Yefterday the Nine Malefactors forrnerly mention'd,-were executed at Tyburn, and all bebav'd with a De-ceney becoming their unhappy Circumliances. Fitzgerald went in a Mourning Coach. Newcafik, Jan. 17. We 'hear frcm Norton, neat Stockton, that on tie 5th fnftant, died, there the Rev. Mr. Fofter, Reflor of"that Place / a GenSeman who dif-charged the Unties of his Function by >caieful Applicatiorx arid cohftant Affiduity j-"Shd ias left behind^hfm, afliorigu> his Pa,rimi6ners,ahd Acquaintance,'the'Memory both of a goOd Neighbour and faithful Minifter: O.n ^undfey'Evening laft Lieutenant Me>vil,'ihdPnjGgri Reynolds, both of Col. Cholmondeley's Rc-giment,;now Tying here, happening to be in Company at a Tavje^n with fome Gentlemen* Mr. Reynbfds feveral Times drank Damnation to all \csifjnen, calling Ijhem Rebels, .ike,, the* he knew Mr. Melyil, was a Native of"that Country; This drewr^a mild Reproof from Mr. Melvil, which enraged the Lieutenant to a very' great Degree ; but the Company prevented their doing any Harm to each other, and they feem*d after to be recohcifed. However, tHerr Swords Were taken'from them, and they "were lent to their ref-pecjive Lodgings under.Arreft. Next Morning Mr. Reynolds-fent a Challenge "to Mr. Melvil? to ineerhhri at a Place named, to fight bhn ; and fo; impatieht was he for an Ahfwerv that he would not wait the Return of the Mef-fenger, but wenthirrlfelf to the Houfe' where Mr*. Melvil lodged'; who being ra Bed, immediately got:up and drefed hirhfelf, and then told the Meffengef Mr. Reynolds; might come to Him as foon 3s he pleafed. The unhappy Man came up Starrs dirtftty, arid in a very few Minutes the PIftols were heard to go off as one Shot; and Mr. Reynolds aropp'd. Mr. MeMHmmedtetely came dawn Stairs, and defTred the Peop'e of the Houfe to call a Surgeon to '"'APY ERTISEpM LN IS are taken in for this Paper, >*, Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-Stree   

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