General Advertiser, January 24, 1746

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 24, 1746, London, Middlesex Ny m b. 3822. SATURDAY, January 24. 1746-7. Deal, January 22. \ A M E down the Dragon, Ma-thias, for Jamaica ; and remain j 'with his IWajefty's Ships-Greyhound. Woolwich, Bridgwater, Gibraltar and Scorpion Sloops; the Heathcote, Cape ; arid An-fon, Fowkes, for Eaft-India 5 Carfar, Templer, for Jamaica ; Moggy Lauder, Scott, for Gibraltar; Wirmirtgton; Scott) for Barbadoes ; Ran^r, Johnfon, for St. Kitts ; HdpeweU, Haddock ; and Ellis, princis, for Falmouth ; Clarendon, Hfde; and Forttmej Wilfon, for Cork j Croekat, Mef-fenger, for Safiti CfMz ; Stilarurah, Peatxe, for Exor. ; Rye, Chambers, for Southampton; Succefs, Warren 1 and Lamb, George, for Plymouth' ; Edward and Mary, Swan ; and Reflr|ri%e, Bagwell, for Portfmouth ; the Scarborough and Orford, from Eaft-Wia. Wind N.W. blows bard. Port/mouth, Jctd. zz. The 2?th, eatne to Spithead the Lydia, Oriffia, froni ftfarylanci y afrd Antilope, Grifes, from New-Yerk. Yefterday came to Spithead the Defiance, Capt. Granville, in 30 Days from Lifbon ; and thff Etjabefh, Cap*. Rogers, froma Cruize. V t., Arrivals at ft-TJ!F8! Ptrts. The>ElK&r, L)te who makes hira&lf uni-verfally em*e'r^,--g^a'Ente?feiri'ments-'ever>- Day to the Minifters of the Affociated Circles. Lenuarden, Jian. 24., T'h'B Princefs-Royal ha,3 continued a little ibdifpofed ever fince^ier Lying-in. The States of this Province haVe"refolred1toi augm?nt the Punishment of thofe who bring into-ir any Horned Cattle. Mbnf. df>'B6ij, Dbclor -of Ph'iI6rrjpiry and Medicine, and Profeffor of thofe two Faculties,. and of Anatomy, died fuddenly a few Days ago, aged ^6. Hague, Jan. �6, the States-General have refolved to compliment the King of Poland, upon the Marriage of his Daughter to the Dauphia. LONDON. -Yefterday the Merchants received Accounts of the following Ships Being taken by the French and Spaniards, viz. TheTtalian Merchant, Wefton, from London, taken | bythe French, and carried into Martihico. The Mary, Mackenzie, from London, carried into Martinico. The Try ton, Hornby, from London, carried into Martinico. The Rover, Neal, belonging to Briftol, from Bonny, with a Number of Slaves on beard, carried into Martinico. The Squirrel, Harvey ; and the Grand Duke, Calwell, from Cork, with Provifions, carried into Martinico. The-, Nichols, carried into Martinico. The Duke of Cumberland^ Lawfon, from Falmouth to Barbadoes and St. Kilts, carried into Martinico. The John, Roberts,' from Portugal, to Newfoundland, carried into Quebec. The Orphan, Everard, bound from Barbadoes to Caro-i.na, is taken oy a SpaniQi Privateer, and carried into Porto-Rico. . The Loyal Catherine, White, from London to Carolina, carried into the Havannah. The Amazon Man of War, Capt. Faulkner, is arrived at Plymouth. The Evelygb, which was taken by the Duke d'An-' ville"s Squadron, is re-taken, and carried into1 Jerfey. ; Extras of a Letter from St. Chrlflopbir'flat/. 26. ' Capt. JefTries, in the Friendihip from London, arrived j' here the 12th' Inftaht, but very narrowly efcaped being j ' taken to Windwardof Nevis, by his extraord^iary Con- !� duel; and Resolution : Two French Pr;vateers engaged i' him above fbiif Hours, arid endeavoured to cut him off   frofii the Ne'vTs'miiiiS6t>3 foun^l about h^a. Two Pr/efts were alfo taken at the fame Time,, but ,have found Means to make their Efcape. The fame'Day died the Rev. Mr. Walter WiHor, Curate of St. Andrew's, whole Affability and diligent Ob�w-vance, of .his Duty, make his Death greatly lamented by ali his Paxiftiioners. Ajid on Friday he was very/decentiF 'buriedbylCpl. Jofhua faul, in whofe:Family"he ii've^fer' *inanyVem.- % ..,). Friday pol. Newburgh of Ballihajfe, was married toltfifs Cary, Daughter to Col. Cary of Londonderry, a young ' Lady of great Beauty, fine Aecomplifhments, and a large Fortune, 'r On Wednefday laft Ro.bert Norton, Efg^ ,{}S.o� of the. L late Cot' Norton, and ^rpthir of Capf. Norton^ nov^in his Majefty's Service, wa/ maxrieo! to Mifs Sydney Sandys, air agreeable yOungLady, whha hand: orrre Fortune. By Yefterday's Letters frqm Cork, we.have aa Account that a Ship from Lifbon brought certain Advice, that the AD V ERT1SF- M ILN f S are taken in tor this Paper, Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-Street ;

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