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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 2, 1746, London, Middlesex                                / ft Kir M b, MONDAY,   February 2,   17.46-7- Th'e following is an Exad LIST of the SHiPs^we had an Account of being taken hy the Enemy in the Month of January. :     Lovely Betty ^Italian Gaily Charming Molly -/ ISarah . LouifbourghFirefli. .  Bermudas Newfoundland London Oporto London Plymouth Hull Londoa Ditto Spithead Viana Antigua at Sea Quebeck C Drove sfttore on the life of Wi'gnt bjra! f    French Privateer, and entlrely\loft off Scilly        Retaken by a Man of War off Portland     ramomed * Ditto -.-- at Sea retaken by a Privateer Ditto Bayonne    in the Channel - off  the I  _ Beryhead J off Viana Bar off Scilly Galicia ( Retaken and carried by a I Merc.Ship into Baltimore �� V-B A laree Store-(hip for the Weft-Indies was taken at the fame Time wkh the Hornet Sloop, and a Ship from Leghorn, and another from Boftor,; both for London, were taken by theTavignon-Privateer at ^e Time the Betfey, Defbyfliire, was taken, butnot having the Particulars, they will be inferred m the Lift for the Month of February. DeaU January 31 ..IL'D this. Forenoon his Maje-fty's Ship the Greyhound, on a Crake. Remain the Furnace Bomb; the Reynolds, TihdalI, for Jamaica VSt." George, Hart, fdj- LTfBbb j LWther, Bennifpn, JbV Barb*adoes ; the George and William,' Dobbins for Virginia ; and the Swedifh Ship. Wind S.W. The King George, Colfhrre, from London, is arrived at Barbadoes. Tie Henrietta, Croccb, from Barbadot*, at Portf- ' Tfle'Scipio, Durell, from'Newfoundland, atLifbon.  Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland. Stoclbofa, Jan. 22. The States of the Kingdom con-tmutftbeu Deliberations afiiduoufly,- bur with fucn Secrecy, <&iMMft* V&srd trampiresf Mf Gufdickelis.-the Britifh WrS4te6*, Qaffihg^ T^i^VCourfer'"froth London two Day* ago, j^m(mlcatt 'hi *gefa*al Peace being^vanfflT'd, the Kirig*--^of � Gjreat Britain" had' refqlved,'m Coh5^ciion with hi*  Allies,^^to'make'thelltmoftErHrVtb'bbt'ainah'end fo of-  ten eluded; and that he hoped his Majefty, as Land- ' grave of Hefle-Caflel, befides the 6000 Men of his ' German Troop's," who are already in the Allied Army fn ' the Low Countries, would grant to the Maritime Pow-' ecs another. Corps of the fame Force, and caufe it to ' march immediately.' Vienna, Jan. 2$. Laft Night a Courier arrived from tho Marquis de Botta, wiih the important News, that the Imperial Troops had again forced the Paffage. of the Bo-chetta, and were advanced towards Genoa. The News from Provence continues alfo to be favourable, bat we wait for fame of more Importance, a Battle being foon expecled there. Count BrowrrrATmy is difpofed in three Lines, making in all 46 Squadrons, 68 Battalions, and 50 Companies of Grenadiers, not including the Irregulars.. Drefdent^Jan. z&, The Feftiyate being over, we ex-peft the Departure cf the French that are here : But probably thefe Solemnities will foon be reviv'd ; it being faid that the Ele&ar of Bavaria has defixed to fix his Marriage to a fhorter' Tiine than had been agreed on. Dre/den, Jim. jo. The King of the Two Sicilies has fent to compliment their Majeftjes �pon the Marriage of the Dauphinefs, and the approaching double Marriage with the Hbufe of Bavaria. It is f3id that the Lord who comes on t^jjs TLrrand, is to renew the ftrongeft Inftances from his Sic-i(iaa Majefty^ that oar Court woulc endea-voar "to b'rjngtfDOnt a General Peace.       . Hamburgh, Jan. j 1. Great Preparations are making atPeterfburgh for a Johriiey which the Court intends fooh to make. They write from Bohemia, that 'the Tram of Artillery there is ordered direclly to the Low Countries. Ma/rid, Jan. 16. M. deCarvsjal labohrs -Jncefr^ntly to eftablifh all forts of Manofac^ures,: and revive theCom-merce of this Kingdom. >M. de Wafienaer- is exp%fted here as Ambaffador fom the States Genera], a Hd'ofe being ordered to betaken for him. ' ^-: . Hatrfburgk, - Pfi V  There is a Talk that-a Body of 12,006 Danes-vwill rsaTch.for the Low Countries"-iri tie Month..of;May. . According to fonie Advices from Stockholm the French Party makes s great Figure therr>- and hope at laft W triumph in the Dyet. 1 Psris, Feb. 3. The Duke de Richelieu arrived" here on Tuefday laft from Drefden,-and appeals infinitely furpVifed and fatisikd with the Magnificence of' tJie'Fsftrrals theie given. TheKingand Dauphin fet cut cwo'Days he'ilte to meet the Da,uphi.ne�. Our'Advices frorcProVerjc?, ^:ted Jan. 24, are to this Eff,cl;  , ., ' M. de Belleifle^aving at Jaft rercedied the Difficulty * he was under with regardfto Carriages,.and the Fesr he ' was in of wanting Forrage being vanifhed, tfer'o''; the ' Meafures he had taken, the Army began to move on the ' 21 ft.   He engaged every Horfeman/upcn qnTrting the ' Campat Paget,totakeas much Forage 3s he couid carry, loading his own Horfe, by Way of Examj&le, wwb i Trufs of Hay.   That Night he lay at Goiirardo.   The Detachments he.fenf forwards upon theAfgens, by Vi* dauban to the Bridge of Arche?, drove away the Enemy, and we are Mailers of the Badge, having driven the Auftrians to the next Village.   The good DifpofMons M. de'Bclleifle has made, give us Hopes of Succeeding, the fame at Canetand Carces.   M.deMirikrriei^ .*ith the Body of Troops he had\   ^ *' �*'�- Spanifh Swifs commanded � the- P#vipJf . had 4 F the M^iMmi.a^W^^f^eln i ffigue; fe� 7. We ^GTurecL ^^Sft^Href'Salid-wich has Imparted tc^tHe StatevG�ne^the^f3xa!'Embar-katioa of the Englifh Troflps whoare to make-tbeC^n-paign in the Low-Countries, it the fame Time demanding for them a free PaiTage over the Tefritorjei of-^he States, and Quarters till the Campaign opens. ,M.4e Macanas, defigned the Spanifh Plenipotentiary at Breda, is arrived here from Paris, and has viAicd the Prefidenf and Come other Lords df the Govertmeht. Accordirigfc cur Advices from Provence, the.heavy Artillery for the Siege of Antibes was landed on the tcjth ; bat no mention is made of the pretended Capture of. fear Auftrian and Piedmonrefe Battalions at Caftellane. '"Jhe Letters from Turin of the 24th, and tho/e from Geneva of the 27th, are*lfo entirely Sle-nt.pn this Article, and tell as orr the contrary, that feveral frejh Reirjfbrce,inenrs have joined Count Brown, and that his Army warts nethirrgj but that the Rigour of the S^afon is tome QbSaeje r#h>s Operation?. Extr63 of a Letter ftom Vienna, Jan. %2,-.. ' Befides the PaiTage of tfee Bpc'htta, ah^,|hf ^ier 5 neighbouring Pofts, the Imperial,Troops havie,gg^Ppf- * feifion of feveral Places guarded by.Peifants,.MM,de ' Botta take's fuch Meafures, and makes fuch Provi^o^ of ' all Neceffaries, that nothing can hinder Count Scnulem-' burgh from marching^ ditecUy for Genoa as foon as he * arrives.   Our Pofts have been feveral Times attacked by * two Regular Regiments and a'Croud of Peafants ; but ' our People maintained themfelves bravely, and probably * have made the Energy fiqk of their Scheme.'.      - . By Letters from Barbadoes, Decerab. ^4. by the ^en-rietta arrived at- Portfmouth, we have "* Advice, trot ~ & e Eagle Packet Boat was^arnved there, with the Wefflndia Mails for September and October, and the Extraordinary Mail for the 1 ft of November. ,  '5 The Pretty Patfey, Haye�, from London, For Barbadoes, who faded with the Fleet under Cfemmcrdo/e 'Legg, wasfeparated in bad Weather, and is got into Bal$pHore. She has re-taken the Lewis of Plymouth, with Provifions for Antigrxa. "" * ' The Right Hon. the Lords Commfffipriers t5f the' Trea-fury have appoiDted James Gee, Efqj to be Receiver General of the Land Tax, for the Weft-Ridmfc of the County of York, in the room of Thomas Appleyard, Efqj deceased. ; Wearrdefired to inform thVPublick, that the Paragraph fuHifli'd on Saturday laft, whtcb,Bieiriibn,a'tb^A'p-poirrtnieftof Mr. Sympfon, (to be Surveyor of the Aoofes Dullingjdpvvh-ia;the Streets that lead to Weftminfter Bridge) upo'n the Resignation of Tho. Lediard, Efq; was not. true, that Gentleman not having refign'd. AD V E RTISF.MENTS are taken in tor this Paper,     Lloyd's Coffex House, in Lombard-Sr/ret   

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