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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 28, 1746, London, Middlesex                                W E D.N & SO A Y,   JA kim^y, 28,   1746-7, Deal,. January, 2 6. MAIN in the Downs his Maje-fty's Ship the Greyhound. Wind W.N.W. GraveftnJ, Jan. 26. Pafs'd by the Mary Gaily, Nicholfon, from Bofton. The Jamaica Packet, Hoibroke ; and Ruby, White, from BriftoL are arrived at Madeira. The Eelitha* Beimel from Newfoundland, at Li/b m. TheTyber, Crumbie ; and the Wifbitcb, Sporn, from Stockholm, at Pertfoiouth. The Vreede, R,aa�c2, from Cette, at Amflerdam. ExtraS of a priwte Letter-fr*m Paris, Jan, 23. ' Our Affairs in Provence go on very flowly.   That * Government, which is called Tfo Garden of France, ' Dajnjhiny,. the IjrQPAQH* and. LaflgJttdftC.. are fq,ex- * haulted, thac tho' for three Months Care has been taken � totcoHecVHorfe* and Mule* to-, carry Provifions for th,e * Army, they have not yet been able to get a fufficient * Number for that Purpofe. The Confequence of which � is, ^hat in order to fupjply this Dftfeft, M, Belleifle is * obllgtioVo e^loy fomb t^oafa^k of I^ii(and Women, * as niW* bflpqb^qr�.iai4 : The T*ut& of which is conr 4 firmcai)y ajl taslgstegs that ar/ive.here,' From rhe London Gazette. ViUafraneba, Dec. 29. On Saturday lad the King of Sardinia, with his>QU/r, ffjt oiu: fromNioe on his Way to Turin, over the Mountain*. Ihei^ae Evening Mr. Vil-iettes, his Brkanniok Majefty's Miaifter to the King of Sardinia, embarked on board the Duke Firefhip forSavo-na, to �J�C4*4 tii^cc t^ie.., Gjene^,Brown having qe^r^angth^r^Saj|pl% 0/ ^yi90|..tp carry on tie Sicgeof Antib:s, CapteiiTWe'lcr, in his Britannick" Ma-jdJfyH. ShijH&e- Roobuck, bach landed 20 Guns, eighteen Bounders, with Ball, and all neccfiary Appurtenances for that Service. A further Supply of eighteen Battering Bra i's Cannon is expcSed from Savoca, under che Convoy of his Britannick Majafty*s 5hi� the Diamond, and it is judged the Befiegers wilf have their Batteries ready to play or. the CafUe and Fortifications before the 7th of next Month. A, Quantity qf Proyifions and* Forage arrived laft Week for the Army in Provence, and was lent under Convoy for Cannes ; and,a farther Supply is expected from Leghorn. The Troops, which are advanced in the Country to the River d'Argen?, are well fupplied with Provisions and Forage, of which laft the Huflars on the advanced Pofts about Draguinan, Roque, Bum, and Caftellane, hive found feveral Parqels, which the French Peafants had concealed frcm their own Troops. The Feverfhum arrived Yefterday from Maliooe, and in her Paftage fell in with three Spanifh Vefleh, having Troops an board for Naples, one of which, with 93 cfleers and Sc^dicTs, fhe took, and the other two being near the Land return'd to St. Trope?, from whence they foil'd the fame Morning. They embarked at Ceuta upward* of three Months paft, and had put into St. Tropez, having been chafed before by fome qf his Britanajck Majefty's JJhjjpj mjajoyed. p.n the Colli ef Provence. Aix in Province, Jan. zj, K�. We ate marching at laft towards the Enemy, and our Army is to pafs the Ar-gens To-morrow, over which Three Bridges are laid. The Marquis de Maulevrier, LiemBnankGeneraJ, has rfc^tju^ the Command ef the Left, wb.ttjt-MajorU3&neral Cbevret had; and has at the Head of his Column 30 Pieces of Cannon. The Marquis de Mirepoix, who commands the Corps de Referve, marched along the Sea Side to diftodge the Enemy behind the Siagne, who have fortified the Village of Cragnolles, in order to cover GrafTe.' It is not known whether they will wait for us. Hambourgb, fax. 24, W.S. The Sueur Lochau ws this Morning coofen into the Magjftracy of this City, in the Room of Mr. Brokes, wno died here fome Days fkice, much and defervedfy lamented. Vienna, Jan. 25, ft.8. Father Vifetti, a famous Jefuit of Genoa, arrived a few Days ago at the CoHege of Je-fuits in this Town, but vpou the Court's haying heard of hit Arrival, he was ordered to depart id Twenty-four Hours. Yefterday M^njog � Courier arrived fiom the Marquis de Botta, with the important Adfjce of his haying retaken the Bochetta, at^d all the neighbouring Heights. The Genoefe fled towards the Tojkfo in ia much Confc-fcop, that if thc^Ai^rians had AniUery, tb&y might in all Probability have obliged the Town itfelf to furrender. No particulai one Poll icTeofaUjbattheylonn^'ln A^.r   Afwr hpiog fFoirced the above. Pph% fome'-of our Troops advanced as far as, CamDoIvJforone, where they hear^ fome fixing of Canr non frpm Qenoa, which was fuppoied' to be iqtended' tqu ferve as a Signal to the Revolters to retire thither, the' Villages and Houfes on boih Sides being entirely abandoned. Hague, Feb. 3, N.$.   We have jufl received a Confirmation of the important News of the AuAriaos having, ;forced the Paflage of the Bochetta, which it is hoped, wi1 �in a fhort Time enable them to put an End to the Infur-;reftion at Genoa.    Letters received To-day from Paris mention, that M, Puifieux is taked ill of the Snrall-Pox. , We likiwife hear from thence, that the French, have fur-prized Caftellane, which was guarded by fix Acftrian Battalions, two of which efcaped, the remaining four are faid to be made Prifoners, with the Lofs only of 11 Men on the fide ofihe French : Other Letters mention four Pied-monteie Battalions, ipftead of the fix Auftriau ones.   And it is Ckewjfe written from thence, that Antibes continued 'making a gallant Defence; and that the French and Spanifh Army had paffed the Argens the 23d, in order to march up to Count Brown, and give him Battle, having ijent all their heavy Baggage behind the Durance.   M. du Thiel was appointed the French King's Plenipotentiary at Breda, in the room of M. de Puifieux. Dublin, Jan. 20. This bejng the Birthday 01 his Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales, the Great Guns were fired at his Majefty's Park the Phoenix, and anfwered by Vollies from the Regiments in Garrifon, which- were drawn out uponOxmantown-Green. At Noon the Lord9 Juflices met at the Caftle, and received the Compliments of the Nobility and other Perfons of DifUndlibn ; and at Night there was a Play given by their Excellencies for the Entertainment of the Ladies. LONDON. .A great many Recruits for the Imperiat Army conti-j1 n laiiy pafs by Cologne, and moreare daily expecled from } .'Johcr.1.::!, and feveral Provinces of the Empire. The O: aers given in Holland to all the Captains, that they fhoald get their Companies complete in the Month of March, are very exaS, and i% is not doubted,, but the Re-publick is now negociating in the Empire for feveral thou-(and Auxiliaries. They write from Drefden, that the Celebration of the Marriage between the Eledlor of Bavaria and the Princefs Maria-Anne of Saxony, is put off till the Month of March next. We are told from Hamburgh, that all the Reports of a Negociation between the Courts of London a�d Copenhagen, for taking 12,000 Danes into Britifh Pay, are without Foundation ; that no Application has been yet made for that Purpofe, M. Titley having received no In-firu&ions upon the Subject: But that, notwithftanding, it is Hill wry ~p:obablft that fuch a Thing may be done in proper Tmie, if the Circumftances of Afiairs fhculd require it. The Journal of the Imperial Army in Provence afcribes the Delay in the Taking of AntiKe*s to a certain General's deferring co fend the necefTary Artillery that was at firfl demanded j but adds, that the happy Fall of Savona, and the King of Sardinia's generoufly granting Part of the heavy Artillery of that Place, put them in a Condition of proceeding in the Siege. Letter from Portfmoutb, Jan. 26.  L$& Jjttghj arrived here his Maje/ly's. Sjopj) the Scor-' pion, wjth the India Ships, and Merchantmen from ' the downs. At the fame Time arrived the George and ' Poily of Levirpool, laden with Butter, Cheefe and ' Coals from Carmarthen, f�r London ; who was taken ' on the 23d, fix Leagues Weft of Portland, by the Mary ' Majgdajeh'of 2tT Gun*, and 280 Men, a Privateer be-' longing to St. Maloes ; but was ranfom'd for 180 I. 4 At the fame Time was" taken by the faid Privateer, � the ---,Wafmore, from Southampton,to Plymouth, * laden with King's Stores. The Friendfhip, Phillips, from Chefter to Lifbon, who was taken by the French, is re-taken by the Haftings Man of War, and is brought into Plymouth. The Expedition, bound from Bayonne to Martinico, is taken and carried into Lifbon. Yefterday a Prestation pafs'd the Great Seal to enable John Williams, Clejk, to hold the Vicarage of Lanmelan in the County of Radnoif and Diocefe of Hereford, being preferred.thereto by the Right Hon. the Lord Chancellor. in a ene-s byTrlday  Sir Eve^ajd,FM%iej, it.isjaid, wijl be mary few Days to jvlils Chulchin, T>aughteV of the late c�ene ral QhurchiU, a Houfe beingtalo^i fbrthem, in Shames1 Square. " ''   " '." Sir Robert Rich's Dragoons, which v-ere reviewed by his Majglly on. Satuxda^..lafU are marched fjrom the it Quarters, in order to embark for Flanders. This'Morning at 7 o'Clock/the Sdconcf 'Battah'omcf the ' Firfl Regiment of Guards, and xhe Secobd^Batwlion o( the IThir3 Regiment, having receive rd Archibald, Hamilton^ ' Governor of-Greenwich-H^offip^ h^'refigne^ his Elects under the Pxiirceof Wa!c.'    ^ Yefterday it .was reported tbggi there, had been a gener%| Action in Prpvepce to tbfr'^^^ra^^'^;tl(^frac�'; , But from what Authority'^^^hptki^oty. On Monday laft Capt. ^tee^nvut�Ltb.ok the paths and j his Seat in the Houfe of Commons, as Member for Brid-1 port in Ob'rfetfliire, in theYoom of George ftfenards, Sfq; deceafed. ThffJBLight Hon. the Earl of Barrympre, is Jipt.d^d as was reported. Laft Week, died Sir Peter Davenport, Bart- Receiver General^^'l^rid-Tajc fer the C6uhty of tleifer. Yejtt^died, at his Grace the Dqke. of PotJlaW's, in the W^p^V, Mrs. Blake, W;ife'of - Blake, E% StewaHpsjiGrace. Ye@Ky the Corpfe of the Lady of George Lytrieton, Efq; Member of Parliament for Oakhamptpn,- an*a? Sort t^ Sir Thomas Lyttletbn, Bart, was carriea outo|. T tlii�' 'Pw is appointed for the Eleaibd of a new^Prefitot^ereeFi and as mafiy worthy Chastens,.Governors of i&e &d Hofpitals, did wait on Sir Daniel Lambert, JLnt Alderman, who was Lord Mayor When the late Prefideot- was ehofen, t6 defire leave te dominate him te that Office, with which he complied, ltis'iioido^feect ta^sai'hb Fiends' wilF be) there early, to. Sapj�� hjs Ste&QB. An Anonymous Letter was, received on the 7th Inftant, by Penyfton Powney, Efq; at Maidenhead, Berks, threat-ning Mifchief to him, in Cafe he did not bring Thirty Guineas to the End of Oldfield, between the Time of fending the faid Letter, and Six o'Clock on the Tuefday Night following, and to lay the fame under a Torf, in 9 Hole dug for that Purpofe. . Yefterday - one John Cooper was found guilty of Scde-myf at theSefCons at Guild-hall; and received. Sentence to lland in the Piltery, and be imprifon'd for a Yfafc Sad a Day. The fame Day one Farmer Mills was found guilty of utttring bad Money, ancTordered to be imprifon'd for fix Months. BANKRUPTS. Samuel Wilfon and Samuel Garrard, of Thames-ftreef, Cheefemongersand Partners. High-Water thii Day at London-Bridge, at 31 Mimjte� after 1. Bank Stock 128.     India Ditto 176 a 1 4th a 176. South Sea Stock ho Price.    Ditfcr Old Anrtaities 109 3 4ths a 5 8ths.   Ditto New 99 5' 8tte.   Bank' "Annuities 1746 95 1 half a 3 8ths.   Ditto 1747, 94 > 4*fr 3 8thsa 1 8th.   Three per Cent. Annuities 82 1 half a 7 8ths a 3 4th!.    Million Bank \zf$.    Equivalent na Price. Royal Affurance no Price.   London Afturance 10 3 4th s.   Englifh Copper 5 1.   Seven pet] Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price.    Five per Cent, ditto 70 5 8tas. Bank Circulation 4 1. Prem.     India Bonds z 1. tft. a 3 s.a 4 s^ Prem.   Three and � half Salt 1745 no Price. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders no Price. Three per Cent, ditto no Price.     Life Annuities  14 1 4th Years Purchafe. A D V E RTISk M K NTS are caken in for this Paper, ?t Lloyd'^ Coffsi-Hovsi, in Lombard-Street   

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