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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 4, 1746, London, Middlesex                                Nu m ��.~��3isr W E D N E S DA �,   Fe b r u a r y 4,   1746-7. D�/,1 February 2. t -RR1VE9 his Majefty's' Ships 'Gibraltar and Bridgwater, from a Cruize. Came down the Sac-cefs, Kilby, for Bofton; and remain with the F�rnace Bomb, and the Outward-bound 9hips, 'as ia my laft.   Wind Weft. The JoCeph, Witej-dale, from ,,.....,. _ ,    . T PtjterJburg, is arrived at Hull. "fiai Rainbow, Owen, from Africa j -CharmingNancy, Cowley ;^Byrne, Boat; and Batohclor, Lewis, all from Africa, are arrived at Barbadoes. LONDON. From the London Gazette. ConJlaKtinoplt, Dec. 17. Muftapha Efiendi, the Minifter wjrum the Porte fent to Perfurnlong with theShaugh's Mi-tuhr, and who concluded the Peace between the two Em-is returned hitherr and has been prefented to the S-iTtsn. The Tartar Khan has been fometime fent for, and is expected to airive here in two or three Days.       V?| Turin, Jan. 21, N.S. We are affured from very good Hand?, that great Part of the Spaftifti Infantry daily em-b.^rk -from Marfeilles; fome for Spain, fome for the King- - v'n> of Naples: Tiio' die Seifon will not allow the Britiih -Jr.ps to i:cep conftantly on their S.arion in thofe Parts, v:iv,c l.riTC A.lvice, that fome of the 'J'ranfports are fallen :-.so their Hands.   Hy theku Letters from General Botta, are ioformed, that a Body of Imperial Troops, under che Comjifand of General Heil, had not only forced the Pai&ge- of the Bochetta, but drove the Enemy before thenr, with fome Slaughter, almoft to the Walls of Genoa ' irfelf, and particularly to^the Suburb of Bifggno on 'the Eaftern Side of- the Town. Gen. Keil, however, would nocventure to maintain the Ground he Jiad gained, at fo great a Diftance from the main Body of the Army, in a barren-Conntry affording no Manner of Subfiftance, but retired back towards the Bochetta, .and near to the Mar-qai.de Borta, from wher.ee he- may equally purfue his Operation^ whenever'he "fees a favourable Circumftance for it. Upon fome Advices received by Admiral Medley a few Days fince, of a'Defign M. Belle-flc had form'd to fend a fniall Body of French Troops by Sea into Genoa, under the Command of a chofen Set of Officers, in order to animate the People in-that City, and keep up the Spirit of the Revolt, he has Rationed the Englifh Men of War, employed on the Genoefe Coaft, in the bed Manner for intercepting all fuch Embarkations. The Kingbf Sardinia is perfectly in Health, and has not fuftered Jffthe leaft from his Journey hither. This Prince is daily at work with his Minifters in order to recruit his Troops, aid prepare Matters for a vigorous Campaign, as fbon as the Re-torn of Spring will allow us to take the Field. Hague, Feb. 7, N.S. By Letters from Paris of the 3d Inftant, we have Advice, that the Army under the Command of M. BeileiflYhad quitted their Camp at Puget the a rft paft, and encamped at Gonfaron, and the Detachments, which the Marflul had potted along the Argens by VifJauban to the Bridges "of les Arcsr Had driven the-Aaftrians before them With, their Cannon-fhot and Small-Arms : That the French had taken Poffeffion of the Bridge, .^nd;parfued them to the Village of les Arcs, and that the. lame had been done at Cannes and Carccs : That on the "z2d the French had encamped at Luc, and on the 23d an advanced Party of their Troops had taken Poftat Dragui-nxv, which 6000 of the Auttrians had. abandoned, and were purfued two Leagues with the Lofs of C->me Men kitt'd, and 30 taken Prifoners : That on the 24th the Spaniih Army had join'd the French, and they had both paffed the Argens, and taken their Camp at Lorgues, where the fnfant Don Philip, accompanied by the Duke of Modena, had likewife join'd them : That the Afmy ander the Comraaad of General Brown continued to intrench itfelf in its former Pott, and feem'd dUpofed to wait for the Enemy there. - Other Advices from Paris of the fame Date mention,; that at the Attack of Caftellane, which the Marquis de Maulevrier had retaken from the Auftrians and Piedmon-ftfe, the 21ft of laft Month, M. de Ream, an Auftrian Lieutenant General, was wounded and taken Prifoner:' That it was a very hot Aftron, and began at 7 o'Clock in, the Morning, and laired till 10: That the French" had carried that Poft Sword in Hand: That the L06 wai vecy, considerable oa both Sides, and that M. Taubin, who had - itx Command of 3^00 Swifs in the Service of Spain, had dibrnguiihed himfelf grsatly in that Affair. Orders are given at Portfmouth,' for preparing Quarters id and near that ?lace for 3000 M�n, Part of the Forc.-s expettbd from Iterarid. Jkjeatehant Genera Hawley's Regiment of Dragoons goes tq Flanders, in the room of his Royal Highnefs the Duke's, 4heReafon is, their Hoifes not being yet well enough difciplined. We hear; that his Royal Highnefs, the Duke, fince the Duel'at Newcaftle,betwten ah Englim and Scotch Officer, on account of National Reflexions, has" been pleafed, as Captain. Gener^)^to give Orders that no Officer or.Private M..n do prefuaie to commit the like f.r the future, on Pain of bring broke, or-ieverely pitrufbed. The Duke, in the enftung Campaign in Flanders, is to have four ErigUfe Aid-da-C-ar5ps, aod two Foreign ones. On Sunday laft about Noon as his Royal Highnsfs the Duke pafs'd thro' Colchefter the Crowd was fo great that it wgA with Di^iculty'the Chaifes got thro' the People, who made repeated Acclamations of Loi>g live the GJorion Duke of Cumberland, &c. We hear that an Exprefs arrived Yeflerday from his Royal Highiieftthe^Duke, who was ftilt at Harwich. On Mbnday laft tie followingGentlemen were prefented to his Majefty;? by General Folliot j .when his Majefty was pleafed to promote the five firft to be Captains, and "the others to be Enfigris, viz. Enfign Lewis Mordannt Enfign Cooper Enfign Harcourt Enfiga Borgrave Enfign Manlove Enfign Rider Capt. Wentworth Cape Vernon Capt. Watberfton . Capt. Martland Capt. Whetham Enfign Nodes Enfign Dickens Yefterday came Advice, that the Pelican, Ham, laden with King's Stores) bound from London to Antigua, is taken by the Count Lowendahl Privateer, belonging to Dunkirk, and is carried into Brett.-She join'd Commodore Legg on the 5th Inftant, but loft .Company the next Day. The N.S. Victoria, a Portuguezc Man of War. of 64 Guns, bound from G01 to Liibon, is loft on the Ifland of Mafcarenas; but Fart of the Cargoe and fome of the Crew were laved. The Good Samaritan, Ham* from. Cork, for the Weft-indies, is drove aftiore by contrary Winds near Milford. A Ship is ordered to fail direicVy, to brji>g over- the Right Han. the Earl of Moretbn from Francfe By the laft Letters from Madeira we have, 'an Account of the Death of John Barret, Efijj an eminent Merchant of that Ifland, Nephew of--�*ift>pe, E/q; a Gentleman univerfally lamehted by air thai knew him. He is faid to have died worth 60,000 1. Sterling. Yefterday the Right Hon. the )Lord Tyrawley, tlw Lord Dupplin, attd Henry Fanei"~Efij; "took the Oaths in the^ Court'of Common Pleae, for their refpe&i*e Employments-; under the Government. Laft Week died the Rev. Mr. Curteis, Reftor ofWro-tham in Kent, a Living of 800 1. per Ann. and we hear he will be fucceeded in the fame by the Rev. Dr. Potter, Son to his Grace the Archbiftiop of Canterbury. Yefterday a Prefentaticm pafe'd the Great Seal to enable James Mayo, Clerk, to hold the Vicarage of Avebury, alias Abfry in the County of Witts and Diocefe of Salis-' bury4, being prefented thereto by the Right Hon. the tLord Chancellor. Yefterday Mr. Meighan, � Bookfeller id Drury-lane, who has been a coniiderable time in Cuftody of one of his Majefty's IVifnlengcrs, was admitted to Bail. Yefterday Morning died "at her Houfe in St. Margarets Lane, Weftminfter, Mrs. Morfe, a Widow Gentlewoman; of very confider^ble Fortune, which devolves to her Hus-. band's Relations..  On Monday laft died at his Lodgings near Bloomibury Square, Capt. Templer, many Years in the late War, under the Duke of Marlborough. Yefterday Morning died, after a lingring Illnefs, Mr. Chauncey, an Office-keeper in Swithia's-Alleyr near the Royal-Exchange. ,  This Morning died at her Houfe in Amen-Corner, (in^ Childbed) Mrs. Banks, Relift of the late Dr. Banks, who o)ied a few Months fince. On Friday Night Mr. Chandler a Grocer in Wellbank-ftreet,was robb'd in Cavendifh-Square.by two Fellows,who held Piftols to his Breaft, and teok from him two Pounds fourteen Shilling*. > Yeftei-day J*aul Rankin, a notorious Shop-Hfter, was committed to New-Prifon, by Thomas Burdos, Efoj for felonioufly and privately ftealing out of the Shop of Mr. Richard Colley, a Hofier in Chandos-'ftreec, Covent-Garden, feveral Pair of Stockings his Property, found" upon him. The fame Day James Cofcc*WBOTi, Apprentice to Mr-Francis Cage of Hetfge-Larse, "^Fencing-Matter, was committed to CleVkenwe.l rJrideweHi by.the fame Gentleman,' ?for affinlting--feVera^sPer?onrin Long-Acre," vy^tb a. large Broad-Sword in hi^ . Hand, an3 cuttir)gx off. one of the Fj^gers of Richird'Watf^ anlJwouEdmghtm^a'feVe-rafttherParfs of his'Body. Yefterday was cdmxnitted to Newga'fej by\Rpbert Den-i net, Efqj oteof hi? Majefty's JuftiCes of the Peace for the County" of Middlefex, Mary Smith being charg'd ori fh� Oath of Joljn Hollands, for robbing him if two' Guineas and three Half Crowns. The Contents of the Sea-Chest cm tr>ard the PRET E NDER's Ship-, bound for Scotland. Imprimis. A Box of Ce'balick Pills, to cure the Nvibern Herejj, fent from the Difper/fary at Trent, gilt with Le$f-Gora\for eafy fwallowing without. Enquiry into the .Ingredients, feapd"with.|hje, Espels .Arms,, asd, this Motto~Jtofj[icti,,Fti!tb, or TaiemyPillsrr- Jtem, A Strong, purgative Dole, to expel all pe.ccint, ftubborn Humours, to be had no where -but - from' the Sign~of' the' PSpYt Head at Rome-call'd-Excgmmknicti-titn-Fvwder-'-' '  - Irem^A Tinftare of Red Drop.", impregnated "with Ens Marti* and Steel, prepared by an Injh Papij}, call'd Item, A-Mixtureof Brimftone and Milk with JEihUpt Mineral, a Noble Anti?Scorbutick for Cutaneous Eriiptii/ts between the Fingers; a Specific for the Nartbel^i Dijhvi-per- htm, A Pbixlof high, hot Spirits, cali'ti-the Italian Revenge-Bottle, or, a Receipt for Private Murder, uiix'd with White Powder, Sublimated H6ercurpx and Spanifo Snuff-Item, A ftrong Emeiieh, to carry off all- Oaths and Scruples; that fit heavy on the Breaft-It makes tJfc-PaH tierit fqneamiftj at firft", Bat a tBoKUghStew.^ltEa^orif-pofing Draught from theMpofh of a ^JtfiS^ -mti ail inward Opprefttons-'tis call'd--a Gtmjaence&mitf or, an 4bfohrion�afare~* - ufed mClofes ornr^^-aoes-^fiajcali^t^fe: ^xi^e& An Atricttlar Confeffio^ ar,ihe:.)^d^^^g^p^. hem, Viper Wine, embitusr'4 l&h-.K&Wjfikfr^  Item, Ffber that murdered his Mafter in the T&Bifie, with' feveral bankrupts and Outlaws fam Boulogne in France- - Item, a Scotch Jefuit from the College of Doiuiy, Titular Bifhop of St. Andrew^ recommended by Cardinal Stotti ,at t%^tne, as a fit.Emifiaryiamong.the Itigklaiids-r.     ; Ite/rii A Newa-writer from PaHjt born a- Cr'ettBt1 but bred at Lyons, at 7>�r/�'s Charge, nam'd  Mo%T..Tffif
                            

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