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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 29, 1746, London, Middlesex                                rVl3r Njm b.. '38.^6-. �-*I> T H tf 1R" � .'ibhcA-:�^   Jaw u a r y,   174:6-7. Deak-jfojuary 27. ^AMfi �krtwf~the Reynolds, .Tjn*. dail-, ier Jamaica ; St. Georfee, HarvforLifbonj Louther, B�n-p^on-^for Barbadoes; George and WflJiam, Dobbins, for Vir-giaia i. and two Coafters.   Armed a Swedifc Ship from the Weftward ; and remain with his, Majefty's Ship the Grey-  'hound. - WiodS. W. Southampton, jfan. -26.   Arrived the Friend's-Delight, Le Maitre ; Three Friends, Le-Boutittier ; and Charming -Betry, Bifton, from Jerfey.   Wind S.W. Cirwef, Jan. 26. Yefterday failed to Spithead the Friendfhip~ Franklin, from London for Jamaica. Juft now failed thro' to Spithead the Fox Man of War, with the Trade under her Convoy from Jerfey and Guernfey. Wind Weft. The Charming Sally, Thompfon, from St. Kitts, is arrived at Cork. The Draper, Wyatt ; Anne, Mullencaux ; and Duke of Cumberland, �, from Leverpoo!, at St. Kitts. The Richardfon, Bacon, from London, at Maryland. The Dove, Phillips, from Cork, at Briitol. The Rofe, Wills, from Virginia to London, who was taken by the French, is loft on the Coaft of Portugal ; but the Crew were luckily taken up by the Scarborough India-man. Milan, Jan. 18. All the Garrifons of the Towns in this Dutchy, the Mahtuan and the Parmefan, are marched our, by Order of the Court, to join the Imperial Army in the State of Genoa. They have been replaced b}* the Militia of the Country, and in fome Places by the HufTars and Cuiraffiers, who are not to be employed in the Expedition againft the Genoefe. M. de Botta having pufhed an advanced Poft as far as St. Sebaftian's, a Body of Ge-Bcefe Peafants were'there fo roughly handled, that moft of them feparated. Savona, Jan. 8. Five Auftrian Battalions are defiling by the^ Weftern Coaft, in order to reinforce General Brown's Army ; and four Piedmontefe Battalions are marching from hence for the fame Purpofe. We are af-i'ured, that 6000 Imperialifts have got thro' Tufcany into the Eaftern Coaft without committing the leaft Hoftillity, their only View being to cut off all Provifions and Succours from the City of Genoa on that Side, while the Englifh do the fame by Sea. Of the 1 5 Battalions that were here, 9 have been fent to Final, Albizolo, Saffolo, Cella, and Aibenga : So that only 6 now remain. Two Cordons of Militia have been formed, one ef which extends from hence to Paretto, and the other froia Ponzone to Ricca Grimaldj, in order to obferve the Revolted Genoefe, many of whom, forefeeing they mould be unable to maintain their Pofts, have laid down their Arms. Sixty Tranfports hive been got together at Vado, to take on board the Spa-nifh Troops that were in Garrifon at Tortona. Tongres, Jan. z8. It was with Surprize that we faw here, in feveral common Gazettes^ ' That Col. Trenck's 4 Aff.ur had put on another Appearance, he having found ' Meaa� to throw upo.n his Lieutenant-Colonel the Accu-' Cation brought againft himfelf; and that this Lieutenant-* Colonel being ordered to ftay at Vienna, had made his ' Efcape to Switzerland.' It is in fome Senfe true, that M. Treock's Affairs feem to take a better Turn than before, and that his Regiment difcovered a great Joy at being fo informed : But all that is added concerning his Lieutenant-Colonel is abfolutely falfe. Baron OIne, which is the Name of this Officer,, is here at the Head of the Regiment, and commands it to univerfal Satisfaction. The Men lately* performed their Exercife and Evolutions under him, in Prefence of a great Nnmber of Officers, who equafly adnair'd the good Qrder of the Soldiers. Performance, and the Abilities of the Cannoneers in this Corps, which will foon be recruited "by his Care. Above Soo Men, allchoien Pebpfc, have already been enrolled in Hungary fox that Purpofe, and are actually upon the March for the Low-'Countries. Z>a^^/^,-7*w.29.-TJiB--Eleareisdid not attend the Elector our Sovereign- in the' Jdurney he took incog, fix Days ago t&" Cologne, where he had au Interview with the Ele^or e/ithac-Name. The Prince laft mentioned is expected here fuddenly, with the Cardinal Prince and Bj^dpolC Liege, and Prince Clement of Bavaria. The Divcrfcrnf'sf; the Carnival- continue.-Stab frequent Interviews of Sovereign Princei have generally fome farther leniency than only the Purfuit of Diver/tons. c L>> ON   D O N. The Miniftry of Count Cobentzel at Franckfort is.at-tended^with fi^h| Sjaccefe, that, his thought, the Troops of th f the-Upper Rhine have unanimoufly agreed to concur in all Thirfgs with thofe of Swabia and Franc-konia, conformably to the Intentions of the Imperial Court. "At tie fame Time the Baron de Tornaco, Imperial Mifilfter at the Court of Sturgard, has fucceeded in engaging the Prelates and Free Cities of Swabia, to fur-nifha certain-Number of Men to complete the Corps of the Emprefs-Queen. The Duke of Wirtembergh, to whom he is properly Minifter, has engaged to let all Volunteers for the fame Service enter freely. M. de Tornaco is going with like Commiffions to feveral of the little Courts of Saxony. The Regiments of the King and Prince George, two of the fineft in the Landgraviate of Heffe-Caffel, have re-ceiv'd Orders to march for the Low-Countries, to replace thofe of Donep and Manfbach, which fuffered the moft at Roucoux. The Hanoverian Regiments of Cheuffes and Munchau have Orders to take the fame Route, to relieve thofe of their Countrymen that fuffered the moft in the fame Action. The Report of a Battle in Provence, to the Difadvantage of the French, was again very current Yefterday; but not attended with any certain Circumftances. Yefterday the two Battalions of .Guards marched towards Gravefend, in order to embark for Flanders. The fame Day Brigadier General Mordaunt, and feveral other Officers fet out for Gravefend. Laft Monday Mr. Chandler, one of his Majefty's Mef-fengers, was fent with an Exprefs to ScotLnd. To-morrow being the Martyrdom of King Charles I. the Right Rev. the Lord Bifhop of St. David's will preach before the Right Hon. the Houfe of Peers, in the Collegiate Church of St. Peter's, Weftminfter. As will as alfo the Rev. Dr. Treheck, Rector of St. George's, Hanover-Square, before the Hon. the Houfe of Commons, in the Parifh Church of St. Margaret, Weftminfter. Laft Night the Hon. Mr. Juftice Burnet, one of the Judges of the Court of Common-Pleas, arrived in Town from Bath, athis Houfe in Lincoln's Inn-Fields. His Majefly has been pleas'd to appoint Berney -Bro-grave, Efq; to bean Enfign in the Firft Regiment of Foot Guards. Yefterday came on the Election of a Prefident of the Hofpitals of Bridewell and Bethlehem, in the room of Sir Robert Willimot, Knt. deceafed, when the prefent Lord Mayor was chefen, by a Majority of 16, againft Sir Daniel Lambert, Knt. At the Election on Tuefday la" for Secretary of the Irifh Society, in the room of Mr. Bede 1, the Numbers were for Mr. Sparrow, Clerk of the Pewterers Company, 12 ; and for Mr. Robinfon, Clerk of the Innholders Company, and one of the Common-Council, 11.-Mr. Huffey who was mentioned in fome of the Papers as a Candidate, toiave 11, did not Petition for it. Yefterday Edward Vernon, Efq; who commanded the Fleet on the Coaft daring the late intended Invafion by the French, was chofen an Elder-Brother of the Trinity -Houfe. Francis Fane, Efq; one of the Lords Commiffioners of Trade and Plantation, and Member for Petersfield, is in-difpos'd at his Houfe in Sackville-ftreet. Yefterday Morning died of a Cancer in her Bread, at her Lodgings in Charles-ftreet, Weftminfter, Mr;. Ayres, Relict of Mr. Ayres, who formerly had a confiderable Place in Weftminfter-Abby. Yefterday as Serjeant Briggt belonging to Col. Drury's Company in the Guards, was packing up his Baggage in the Savoy, he was taken with an Apoplectick Fit, dropt down, and died immediately. On Tuefday Night the Houfe of Mr. Lifter, at the Fountain on Rotherhith Wall, was broke open and robb'd of 40 1. in Money, together with China, Pewter, Brafs, and other Houfhold Furniture, to a very confiderable Value. The Saltafh Privateer, Capt. Powell, is arrived at Falmouth, and has brought in with her a Snow, which fhe re-took, bound home from Carolina. The faid Privateer in her Cruize, took a Ship and fent her into Gibraltar ; and alfo re-took another, which was ordered to England, but is not yet arrived. The Mbunt-Radford, Saunders, from London to Anti- fua> who. failed.with the laft. Convoy, having met with ad Weather,. wa3 obliged to put back, being in a leaky Condition, The Duke's Regiment of Dragoons, was not reviewed Yefterday, as mention'd in fome of the Papers. Letter from.Plymouth, Jan. 2?. ' This Day arrived here the Francis, Gofperd, of and * from St. Maloes, a French Carte! Ship, which is to re-' turn with Prifoners ; and then two of our Cartel Ship;, ' which are now ftop'd there, will be fet at Liberty..- ' t he above Ship is about 300 Tons, and brought over ' only 15 Englifh Prifoners. The Flamborough Man of � War and the Trade, that were under fail, are come to ' an Anchor again, and remain here. ' P.S. The Chofterheld Man of War, with fevcra! ' Veffels under her Convoy, is failed from hence for � Briftol.' By the above Cartel Ship we have Advice from B;eft, that the Hon. George Lu^as, Efq; Lieatenant Colonel of General Dalzell's Regiment in the Weft-Indies, and Lieut. Governor of Antigua, died lately at that Place.-He was taken in one of the Ships ccming fiom Antigua, under Convoy of the Woolwich and Severn Men of War. His Death is greatly lamented by all who had the Pleafure of his Acquaintance. On Monday laft came into Weymouth the Boon Succefs, of and for Faroe. The Mailer fays he-was boarded three Times between the Ifle of Wight and the faid Port, by three French Dogger Priv^teerc, two of 6 Carriage Guns, and one of 4. Nev.caji!ey Jan. 24. A Letter from Yarmouth, dated Jan. 15, lays, a meiancheliy Accident happened lately cn Board a light Collier in theirRoad: A Soldier belonging to the Regiment of Old Bufls, who had been abfent upon Leave, was returning from London to NewcafUe ; and as he was teaching one of the Sailors of the Ship the Fxer-cife of the Mufket, and directing him to prefent and give Fire, the Mufket being loaden unknown to either of them, it went off, and carried away one of the So'dier'i E.ir=, with Part of his Skull ; on which he was brought aihore, and is fince dead. The Merchants of Yarmouth and Leoftaff concerned in the Herring Fifhery, have lately prefented Capt. Scott, Commander of his Majefty's Sloop the Badger, with a large Silver Punch-BjwI, which coft 35 l.'for bis indefatigable Care and Vigilance in guarding and protecting the Fifhery from the Interruption of the Enemy. The Mer^ chants have likewile preiented Capt. Granr, Commander of another of his Majefty's Sloops of War, with a large Silver Cup and Cover, for the like Care and Vigilance during the Time he was on the Station. Sixteen Tranfports now at Shields are foon to fail for Scotland to carry over Forces to Flanders. SCOTLAND. Edinburgh, Jan. 22. Tuefday laft being the Anniver-fary of the Birth of his Royal Highneis the Prince cf Wales, was obferv'd here with all poilible Demonftrations of Joy. The Mufick-Bslls play'd thro' the Day ; at 13 o'Ciock the great Guns of the Caftle were hVd, which were anfwer'd by thofe of the Ships of War, and others in Leith Road. At Night there was a very grand Aflem-bly of above 500 Noblemen, Gentlemen and Ladies dreft in the moft fplendid Manner.-Several Sky-Rackets were projected to a great Height; Bonfires were put on in many Places by the Populace, who expreffed the greateft Satisfaction on that Occafion.-A great Number of Gentlemen, known by the Name of the Revolution Club, met at the Duke's-head Tavern, and celebrated the Day.by drinking many Loya! and Whig Tofts; and gratefully commemorated the glorious Revolution, the Foundation of our prefent Happinefs. By Letters from Invernefs we learn, that laft Week feveral Perfons of the Name of Frazer and others were examined there, in the Affair of Lord Lovat, by Mr. Rofs of Kilravock, in Virtue of an Order from the Secretary of State for that Effect. Lord Loudon is in a few Days expected in Town, in his Way to London from the North, who by hb prudent Conduct and Activity in vifuing all Quarters, has kept the Country perfectly quiet, and gained the univerfai Good-will of the Inhabitants. Bank Stock 127 3 4ths. India Ditto 176. South Sea Stock no Price. Ditto Old Annuities 100 1 half a 1 4th a 3 8ths. Ditto New 99 1 half a 3 8ths. Bank Annuities 1746 95 1 half a 1 4th. Ditto 1747, 94 1 4th. Three per Cent. Annuities 82 5 8ths a 1 half. Million Bank 104. Equivalent no Price. Royal Affu-rance no Price. London Affurance 10 5 8ths. Englifh Copper 5 1. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto 70 5 Sths. Bank Circulation 4 !. 5 s. Prem. India Bonds 2 1. 4 s. a 3 s. Pr. Three and a 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. AD V E RTISK M UN TS are taken in for this Paper, ?iLloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-Stret   

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