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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 26, 1746, London, Middlesex                                I.llr '� i ^ ^' JM.Q N D A Y, ; January 26,   1746-7'. .J .Do*/, January 24. AIL'D' Yefterday after Poft his Majefty's Ships Rofe and Scorf cpi6n Sloop, with all the Outj jward-boun|l to the WefWard," And this Morning thetwo India-men for the River.  Remain in the Dowfls-hit Majefty's SUip% the Greyhound ar.d Woolwichi WtodS.byE. The Friend's Adventure; -r-, from South Carolina, is -arrived at Dungatvan. 1 TRe PfiiehHr, "GiSfiey, from Newfoundland, at Oporto. The. RichnioricJ, FXole, from London, at Lev'erpool. -S&to-ofifriaffVritred fhe Mail* front'. Hofland.' ' ; Minulry here, ihe King having thought proper to. �on�e| tntireiy the Cars-ef ^re%n Affairs upon Don Jofeph dt C]armai,yILaf?ciftr&  In confequence of this all the ?� 4th Inftant removed to that of tVie new Minifter, and afl 'ttrt Qefks attended.'thtfaj.' Kt: Vlf^Jajiceeps the Poft of ' Secfejjki^of .State, and;Secreiary^fbY1 tne    (patch of Pa*. ;|&^jn?a. fuch Irjftrumewi as- relate to $omeftic Jtjftice, an| FaWoaffc   - .       .1 J *!�flfcwii, Dt&$*. OnStinday laft, beikfg Cru-iftfhas-Dayi ' t^^Slarm -*ras rung at the' Cattedral^ and imfhetliately aiM t^t'illthepif.e'r Churches.'""luftaritly the People ran tb Arms, thinking the Auftrians already at the Gates of' thi ~ XSry",~an3"1n'fi|s Than fin Hour above 6000 Men were ~afT -fembled at the general Rendezvous, while 4.000 others got upon; thelSftpJ aMthe Eaiifiencies of rEperone hnd.Caf teliaccio. The Peafaots  of Bifegno, to fhe Number of 4000*' and-8000 bP thofe of Polfevcr'a likewife took Arms, and .ey�ry" brie tvhfted for Orders'v^haV he was to do; whep ' at the' 2$d' Hour they we're told they "might" go home in Quiets this Ahrjn,_beipg o.��afioned by fotne Difcharges oiF Mufkets, Wade by fome Chaiimen juft come from Npftra , Signora-del Monte. This Affair, however, informed the Heads of tie People what they might depend upon in cafe of Neceffity,, fince, befides the common Guards of the City, ..ani thefe that were up in Factions, the Number of thofe that got together on this Otcafion was above 20,000 Men. On Monday lad Copies were fpread of a Kind of Ma-njfefto by the Marquis de Botta, dated the 21ft Inftant, � whereby heenj ins all the Officers and Soldiers of the Re-pubiick, as Prifjuers of War, and alfo thofe belonging to the French and .Spaniards, vho are here tfpon their Parole, to repair immediuejji, to, Milan ; riiclain.ing, at the fame Time, all the Adrian Solders and Officeri, which be fays are -unyiftly r*Mined. -   ^ In Anfwer to'this" Pircry'fhe Chiefs of the People have publiflied another, forrJ?d"J^hg,"uiSoer' Pain of Death and Confifcation, an y> Officer to. tiir out of the City, and the next Day zii were arreted- who ha3^ taken die Road of Lombardy.        . t  % . : . ' W ed nefd ayiMo?n,i^g 't^iree E rlg^im'A'F^'i^War appjpared off this Port,"upon vyjiiplj, thc[J(3iuejs qfc'jjiijkf-eopte imini-diateJyfejjLflUf.afjd^^ ; ments, inviting them to enter the Pqrt, with^Affurance df Safety-and'Fneriifhip! The Engliffi CoAfaandant a�f-cepted-tiie Refrefhinents-j'- bat iefuied'ttr-^ee-the^Ow'p'utiei, declaring, that he would have received them if they had beeafentby the Lawful Goverfime&/ { }}^A\'$ 1 Two: Quarter* of tthe �ityi hay;^(hewn^h ty: takea ^QDW^C'Aqfltwns, a * Nobleman-6f thefirft Rank was^forced*Kktotbrpafei wfaioji pacified Things for the^prefcri^. But it being-in the ^iglt difcovered, that thefe Genefais^W^re getting th�r'Rtch|s on board two Feluccas,  n order to efcape -with them, they were arreftedy put iaPrifbn, and their EffsclsrfeiKed. SomeGood has relimedfrom^rus Afeir.-as rt made all the 12 Quarter* of theCity agree unanimoufly to h&ve RCcburfe to the Govenmrem; prsrying-ittto-nomirrate five -N-ebles pf known Probity,: to, be Arbitrators of their Differences. Each Quarter has ahq raifed a Battalion, under the Command of two Chiefs, who have Power te elett inferior Officers. Thefe Corps are to patroll the City continually, to prevent Difbrdere. Paris, Jam. 27., The Cojirt and. City are gone otft 6f Mourning /or the late '� tiwfi&v&k;*- TueHBay 12ft M. de Puyfieux gave his firft Audiphceas Mmifter for Foreign Affairs. The King has named M. de Tiilel to replace M. de Puyfieux in Holland, and, as his Majefty is- fattsfied with the Services of M. d'Argenfon> M". de MoatmaneHs to receive from the Clown the 250,000 Livres he lent this Lord, to enable him:�o make a'-Figare When with the King in Flanders. . M.,$axe.wasto fet.out on Wedntfday; to meet, the PaViphmiefs^at Str^burgL < Letters from Lune-villefay, that K. Staruflaus is very much indifpofed. All the' Englifh that were Prrfoners in the Baftille are fet at Liberty. . . Advices from Provence (ay, that the Auflrians ftill con-tinqe the Siege of Antibes. ' Letters from MarfcHles inform us, that all Perfons without Employment have beeq fent out of die'City, and that no Stranger was permitted t^ refide there, unlefs he. can/prove hU. Affairs indiQjenf�bly require his Prefence. Between the 4th and uthlnftant 15 or 16 Ships'laden with"'Grain for the Army of the Two Crowns arrived at MarfeiHes from^Languedoc. Utrecht. Jan. 31. Letters from Ayignon fay, the Army of the Two Crowns continue in the. fame Portions, and that the'Spamfh Troops had been joined otv�the 10th by the I ait Divifionof Horfe expe&ed from Savoy. Bruffeh, Jan.zd. The Duke de Booteville,. Governor of this Pl-ce, has fent to inform M. Saxe, as is faid, of certain Motions'making about Maeftricht by the Allies, where a yonilderable" Train of Artillery * with a great Quanmy of Munitions, are expected, and where ajgreat Stock of Military Provificns .are getting together. Count Bathiani is,-alfoexpefied there foon. In th? meam Time, Meafuresare taken to put, this City, and the other rtcw Con-quefts, inagobcj State 6f Defence, and repeated Orders jhavfe1 feeen  W3ar 400 Men of each Battalion to hold thejniieh^i, in^Readinefs; to march. Several ,Perfons who \ were,in-the Berylce of the Court of Vienna, have defired Paffports to return hitbgr to avoid Confifcatioh of their Ef-; feels. From the London Gazette. Naples, Jan. 3. Oh the 29th paft, by the King's ex-prefs Command, an Intimatiotf^was' notified to the Canons Giordano, and Reggicro, ,t\e one Fifchal, and the other Judge of the,Tr^bflnaf of Inqiyiition, which,the. Cardinal. Archbilhop h^d^ntrodijceiintt) this City, againftthe King's" Pleafure, ta leaye this Kingdom in the Space of eight Days.   The fail Tribunal "Was ordered to be immediately abolifbed, and Circular Letters fent to all the Archbifhops and Bifliops of the Kingdom to abflain from the like Ar> jempts. On the ift Inftanf anchored, in this Port, two Tranfpofts with 180 "Soldiers' from Barceipqa, .a&^ did on the 2d five other Transports from  ariqtiebar 5 the latter is already jgcjjie �jr^|)� /eirp^M't>epWt6refrolra fn'oii^Places.       . . Vienna, JJmh'. j&. Count-Schulemberg.wettt.away the Day before Yefterdayr. and willortly ftay a Day or twaat Venice with his Uncle Marflial. St^hulemberg, in his Way to Novi, where it is hopedjh^ will find every Thing reafy^J 00 the Part of ,t^is> Court, and,, concerted with-that pf Turin^.fqr'tlltf.^eco^ry pf-Genoa.     ; Hague, Jan. 27, N.S. The Letters from France received fhisjiD^ fay; thatno. one is yet fixed on to fucceed M. Puyfieux at Breda ; that M. de-St. Severin had excufed himfelf from accepting that Employment; and that M. Maccahas hsd, deferred tfis Joarney till t^fe Choice of the -Frenth l^i^fi^rftoj^tyie finiHy; 4eiermlped. .Theylikewif  O K:s;."; Letters from Peterfburgh fay, thUt. theBmpisfs refolVeJ to continue her Armaments, both by Land and Sea, till a Peace is concluded between the" Powers'^of Europe/now ac War; ahdlfhat Count Beftudlef'has -lm$&:m Solution to ajl the Foreign iV'inifters refrding there :'Btft that the Report which has been r^ad,^ as'if'her-Imperial* Majefty would fend a B�dy of hefTrcbps into therLowCdun-tries. was Matter of-equal 'Sarpriie and DifTatisfaction, her whole Purpofe being to mamtaih the Tranquility of the North. It is reported that the Erhprefs will renew the Permif-fion formerly granted to the Englifh Mcrchantsof Trading dtreftly with Perfia thro'- ftefc Dominions,'-uporj^"certain Conditions to be agreed on.-:!1 ' An Edicl has been puMifeed^at Copenhagen, relating to the Pafsports of "thofe who-T&fcfe in the Medi^fMieahi declaring, among other Thing*, -that in Virtu* of the Treaty concluded with the ?Algerfnes, they hive free Liberty for 15 Months^ afwr whiehHhey muft have new Orders. - ,     � . .7 �>  : - Advices from Lifbbnfay, ftat French Ambaffador had offer'd the King of Portugal rKe^^B& Dg^^r_jRaT&fe7attended by his GracVrhi.^Dukevof Qaeeniborpugh, and k-veral Perfoasof iKftmclidn.  i.>gi-c^ '  The Regiment made a very fine Appearance, and his Majefty feem'tfgr�atly>pleas'd with theM. - We hear that his Majefty will ReviewiteRoyal Highnefs the Duke's new rais'd Regiment on Wednelday "next, in the fame Place'. - � '��     r And it is faid the Foot Guards, lately review^ will march to embark the fame Day. ' This Day the Treaftre-brought in the-iWdolvsrich Man 'of War from Lifbor, will he brought to the Bank.   \* . The Blan.ford Privateer^,Capt^ ijtbnehoufe^is arrived at Briftol, from a Cruize with her Prize,, from Milford. On Friday Night Sir Coventry 'Carew-"arrived at. his Houfc in O^eeil-iqliare;. Orlnond-ftteet On Saturday lail a'Prefentation pafs7d the GreatSeaj, to enable Thomas Penrofe, Clerk,', to Ko!d trie Reflory of Newberry in the Coilnty of Berks'," and Di 'a^57^reV of the Navy, and qne>f hisMajefty^ityr^fftn^ Council. Afterwards Vicef-Treafurerof Ireland, andatthe Tii-ne of his' DtcfeaTe was:Captain of the Yeonien of the Guards He-was-a-NoblenjaRL-whofe T-aleats�and.. Virtues, added Laftre tojhis Titlesij wh^f> In|egrity^in Pjjblick ;Life was only; to.be cqualP4% bi-'BenevoJenCe in PKvate.' *, W Couttier wT&dwt VeoaHtyi$x6temhoj$ Fac-tionr AdnlifM by h.k -, Montgomery, Efq; of Hanover-fquare.    .   . On Saturday Morning laft died at Lambeth^ Mr. Watts, who for 20 . Years, paft had the chief Care of the great Timber-yard � belonging to Jame9 Theobalds, Efq; late HighSheriif for tKe County of Surry." Op,Saturday Dr. Pringie, Phyiician to his^Royal Highnefs the Duke fct out for .Portfqaouth, to attend his Grace the TJuke of Hamilton, who is taken very xlangerpwily ill there. 1 AD V E RTISE M kNTS are taken in tor this Paper, ?j-L.toYD,s Coffie House, in. Lombard-Street   

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