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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 6, 1746, London, Middlesex Nu m b. 3S33. F R I D A Yv Fs b ft. tif a r v 6, 1746-7- 2>w/, February 4. _._^VED the %fannah,Linthbn), fromScratii Carolina. Came down the Ufifoa. Elendra, Weftorman, a Swedifli"SWp; the Refolution, Barker j Julian Gafly\ Ollafer ; an Lobd/jn, atul -Turin. It is.added, that Prince Charles, of Lorrain -w8l: marry a Daughter of the King qt Sardinia', and be detjjaifcd Perpetual Governor of the Butciriesof Milarr, Fariria and Placehtia ; that the King of Sard^ia is. to renoyoce ^U? Pretecfrons upon the two" latter of $fc>&Dotchies, and|e nave, as an Equivalent, - Sa-vpj�a� the Marquifate of Final, and the whole Weftern Coaft of Genoa. Th'e
'been taken off their Carriages, but?, for what Reafon is pot known. They have begun at Mechlin and Antwerp to build 100 Ovens, which are to be finiihed by the Beginning of March, in order to bake^Bread for the Army\, TheAu-ttrian and French CommifTaries, who met .about the Exchange of Prifoners, have fegarated without doing any Thing. Hague, J'ei.g.M. de Macapas, M^ifter-Plem^Cften-tiaryfrom the King of Spain to the Conferences at Breda, being.arrived here, the Earl of Sandwich has exprefs'd a Deiire to have an Interview with him. As this could not be at the Houfe of the Marquis del Puerto, the Spanifti Ambaflador, where M. de Macarias had taken txp his Quarters, they met on the 6thTqftant, in the Evening, at Count FinocKetti's, the Sicilian Envoy. They were near two Hours in Conference together. M. de Macanas is furniftied with very ample Powers, which difpenfe him from fending Couriers1 to his Court on thofe Points that may be agreed between him and Lord Sandwich. Things being tha^ifpofeoV -there is great Reafon to hope, that at tht Arrival of a Minifler from France, two or three Conferences may fuffice, to fettle the Preliminary Articles of that happy and important Work, the Roeilablifhment of a General Peace. We have News here from Baron Roth, who commands the Siege of Antifces, importingt that every Thing was ready to begin the Attack on the 23d, on all Sides at once, and in fuch a Manner that the Garri-fon muft very foon-be obliged to capitulate. LONDON. I At the Affair of Caftellaoe, Baron Newbaais, bad only three AuHrian and one Piedmontcze Battalias, with a Tew Irregal&rs: But the French General, M. di Mauleyrier, had 13 Bvttalidns and two Kegiments. of Dragopns, befides a Body of Swift that jo/rfd him j^ift before the AGfon, Marihal Belfelrfe"i Army had entirely pais'd the Argens on the 25th of January, N.S. And Letters from Count Brown of the fame Date, left him making the proper Dii-pofitibns for a Battle. Letters from Paris fay, that every thing is fettled between Great Britain and France, relating to the Exchange of Prifoners, and the Releaiing of Particular Perfons. _ They write from Botany by Way of Paris, that they continue to make great Preparations in that Port and it BrelL.. fox-Naval Enterprises. A^ton 134c Livre*. , We hear that the King of Sardinia ana tne Qoeeh of -Hungary,.haye?ag^fed tofhave 80,000 efiediye Men in frovence by the firft'Of March. Ins faidthat the-Ship broughiinto Portfmouth, is'only a Ship re-taken, and not a Spanifti Ship as wa4*Spotted, juft as the Poll was coming from thence on Tuefday. TJ\eoiMisiiters of, the .Court- of Vienna- are- ac^ra^ly confuting how to put the Body of Eiigibee*5 Bp^ifthe beft EftabliO�nent poffibje, an,deyen to augrhent the Number cookdera&ly, in order to make thern ferve ijn Sje^ges, as well asibr-xjiher^PurpoTes. ' t '\~,t As. this Er>abIifcment^Hloxx^on.fre1hxEyp^ce^^^ Jiisbeen a Refolution'taken tbiprovfoV For them^Jby abo-liming*feveral Employments. -ebfoiutely,ufelj^, ^the Revenues of-which will be applied to the iViaintenajce of the fa id Engineers, &c. , __YeAerdax,livs Majefty wenttcCtlie feou^e-ofrlWsr'Wrth tKe^fuaLState, attended, by his .Grace-the ZXikk of^Mbb-4nbnd,,Mafter,of theHbrfe, and t be-Right Hon-/the Barl pfL,incoln^ Lord of, the .Bedchamber in'Waftihg,-.af^njf-ing ftatedipn the Throne, and the Commons fent'ifor, tne Royal Affeujwai.giveo to, An Aft for Repealing the. .Duties on Window 'Lig^i, and for granungrto his Majefty other Daties in Befrflferl;-ofj,, and fbrRaifing the Sum of Fcur Millions FoufHSrJ-dred Thoufand Pounus, by Annuities, - to be caSrjJe'3 thereon. Ah Act to prevent.the fpreading- of the Diftemper a-mongft the Horped Cattle. And tp one-Private Bill. The Right Hon. the Houfe of Peers have adjournTd till Monday next. Yeiferday! Morning Mr. Cox and Mr. Money, two of his Majefty's Meffengerg, arriv/d Exprefs, from th� CjSurt of Turin, at the Secretary's Ojfrlce^ao^. yae. i|�r hu\e brought an Accounr, that Genoa is again is PofleSitB;6f the Aoftrians, And alfo, that ao.c/bo of the. Sardihian ForceswilI.be forthWi:hfeot toreinfe^ce the .Army badw General Brown, , ..... ..... Yefterday^ame .Advice,,- t;hat.thy Casfar, .Conotfyv from St. Kitfcj, Uji London, :-is taken-and carrie^into: St.-^aiqeV, by Se Cer/ Privateer, W^o f�nk ]goin^ rnt6;�fie Harbour, and all the Crew perrfe'd. , . . The Leviathan, Nichols, b^oB^./rtitt lp^R�9 tol^i* deira/is taken by a French Privateer, and tarried into MorJaix- . ... . , J. The Jonathan, BiddaU, from Newfoundland to Oporto, is taken off thp Bar. ' . The Sampfori, Baker, ^roin ,NewfoujKiland,~i* arrived at Viaira ; which Ship wasmeption'd on the 31ft ult. to be taken by a French'. Frfva't^ejr. *;' . . , On Sunday laft his Royal Higfifleis tfee bijke ojf^Cumberland, attended by feveral Perfohs of Quality, drBed and lay, at the .Three Cups at Harwichi where atf (tof gjrjable Care was taken for his j�ecej$on>; it jbe^g-ihf^ejlcbji-venient Bqa& in that Town, for^gpbd ^o^qaipJ^C^K^. Yefterdiy the Right Hon. (heEarlof; Oiford, Auditor of the Exchequer, arrived in Town from Hbtoghton-Hall jin Norfolk. We hear that> Treaty pf, Marriage is on. foot, between the Right Hon. the Lord Fane,'and the. Lady Spencer, Relicl of the Hon. John Spencer.. We hear, the new Comedy,' now in~ Rehearfal at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden, will.be aded on Thur^' day next. .� .k A Difpervfation has pafs'd xlie .Great 5e*ai, to enable John Potter, D-D. to hold the Jle&jory. of Lydde iathe County of Kent and Diocefc of Canterbury, together with the Re&ory.of J^rotham in the fame County. On Tuefday Nighr died, at Mi}e-Endf in an advanced Age, Captain' James Turner, formerly in the Norway Trade. , , , , On Wedhefday an elderly Woman well drefs'd, was found drown'd in a Pond near S.11 George Whkmore's at Hoxton. \ �< - ,. On Wednefday Night Mr. Word, .a Weaver .was at-tack'd and robb'd by three Fellows with Piffiots, in Hare-' ftreet, Spital-fields, who took from him 5 1. which &$ had juft received.. Yp^letday Morning a Fire broke out at Mrs. Hodges's in King-ftreet, Wellminfter,. occifi "� ' YeAerday failed from Spithead, the Augfifia Man 0/ ' Wa* for Plymbuih. ' Same Day died at Portfmouth, John White, Elqsaft ADVERTISEMEN TS are taken in for this Paper, >* Lloyd's Cqffsi-Houjb, in Lombard-Scree t
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