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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 7, 1746, London, Middlesex                                A?f R -0 ft T,   Fzzk ir a r t. jf,   174677. , jutar, andthecFouace Bomb, 'wjtiitbe Ctftwatd-bound, as m Xrojrtaft.  Wind Si W*. .C$w vn from Spitfcbad ^thje Viper Sloop of War, bound op a.      .      .   "?.Cr4�se ; and the James Cartel iW0' #0o� l*pctfiM|ttjbr for St.= Maldes, with * Pnfqhers, and both remain here.   Wma'S.W. ExtraH of a private Ljtterjagti Vienna, J~an, %%. *"As t&^W^w, the M#k:Panw hither � withon't; iPa^pprt, a PropjMal wa9;madeto asfeft iiim j * bi� me Gfementy of tfi^mpre&JG^eij presented her ' doing more than to caafe> Notice to1 be given him to re> ' cam p^ajk without Delay,. Tht/5 her Majeliy did not � thiftk itconfifteot with hef GJbry, p gtao'ta new Capi-� tafafioii to thd^Dpefe,.iUpnihe, Conditions they en- * ^jpTOfareji. Jby- a^Manoe^tjL ftfap*to%pi^!< it Is cer- * tain thaethdOrders gmt&fo tW ty mgfif again, prevajl ^oyer jyhat Jmlice Jri&y requires, * ,ajw!orevent the ^^5? Chaftifement which has been pre* * paring for that fecpnblicit.  Nothing more is intended * than to takefroih wto j&VPbtyerof, precipitating thenv 4 fdy&in^nevv'^gr5^ thai^helncarjici^ of,making * theni(y^;moreOijhippj^Tj?j' deprJveihem of all De-vfi^j^^jl)e N^^ans,whichWQ)dd bringdown upon them * that Confequence. ^pheCotfrt has received Letters from M. Behckicv-our * Mffltfor ;ConftajBtino|)te; topor^g,\that"flie: Grand � vizir lias dedi�d> to^him, -that LFeae^(bj^gL^cbnol,uded WietheSthaihof  P^e$tJ�is, ,and cgixe fuch Afiuranees, aj ihail be^wged^the moftgriper foriteepirj^ u^> a goMtrnf dafisTndh^feftyeen j^a-ttvb" Court*. )Pk&,-f?5. 5. The rting^; the ^auphm apd4h� whole Ci*$k |et'^ut To-mbrrow, tbtfteetthe^ Oauphioefs atCor-^ i(t9 .'.we'fisfe Iqftant, Father Ctooft, ^ Jefuit, is appointed Cbnfeflbrto this young Printtfi.v M. de Puyiie'ux �ohtinaes' Very tH "at &t -Hote^ 3"EiiiIh*ce. L 0 N  D  O N. All the Letters -fi-^to.ftaly agrte, that the Auftrian LTgjrtTn^s;-toe^efcsSJ^^of theBochetta, extend their Incarfiopi into the" Valley of BKagnb, and even to San Pieo-o d'Aiena. The Daophin^ai!nve4^'S^f�qrgh fie 28th uTt^N.S. at Four in the Awrnoofl� ati '^r^nn* iring, kndkhe, Bells ringing! Thejaeast Day jfej&s&vtQAbe Cathedral 4 asd oa the 30th c^ntfefefrlief' ) w aqd fi^iicQnia; GircJe� whbfe good inclinations are already > known, are fcortly' aCpe&ed ftt Franckfort, there is Reafori to hogfe fame goofEffeft \Q thejComflloTft Caafe from"^th^ tJhfoni'bt'thefe ,Ba�k Xord Crawford, General of the EngliA in the liO%C^antr}ei, aad general Kiinkonflrom, who commands the Hanoverians therc^ gave.fplendid Entertain-; meats' oil ACeoitor of th6 ^ntrivirfery-o? the' Prince of: Wales'sJBirth da^.   General Debro^e� the Saxon MitjiSer at theij^gae, haflr^^e tbs-j^me-thereoa Account of the � Marriage of the Daiiphiaefs.   CoantjHarrach, Miniver: from tfteir Imperial ^jeftjesr-fia^r^fo feafilted in his I Torn ; fo that there ^enis. to be a very .jovial Prelude toJ the approaching Cam^>a(g"n. W  ; 'M^mi^^^^d^Kit^ $oy. 27. '^.fj^.^d^b^^* ^ibetetook'in a. Cargo of ' Wbefor Jajaaija. {alTd fronfMadeira, and made 4 tfie wifldward"Iflajjds. th>7�4A Ipn^nt. Th^ 25th 4 Tafling Slong: b^r^^^qvd^iipjp^and. Antigaa, vye ' ^l^jjf^1 'tfijigr came ppon each * 'i^jafter. about Five Wthp v^tfternpon. We fir'd our i Stern-�hafe atthem.-and hoifted our Colours.   Then * they;fir'd their Broad-fide into us, and we return'd the *� Saluie. bravely with oar great Guns; and Bkewife our ' Small-Arms, and,at every Broadfide- gave them three 4 Cheers, with our Drum beating, and Jack, Enfignand Pendantf^ine,,; The ^un^^,of jpnr Enemies, being by 4 a moderate:C�mptttatibn 5?en to'One, they having1,near * 4oaMeri ahd-TWTbtrf join all, djd not hitKe f fwej^ m Here t6?tsp&iF-oaT mattered Ship, which 4 qow anpe||s as a mere Wre^k.      :-t. 4 P,� Tnple Sea8:.fwarm with Privateers fo that there 4 is no fuch^hmgas elcaprrig diem. Thofethat engag'd 4 us had'2 Carriage and 24 Swivel Guris each. $xtra3 of a Letter from jfyfittta, Nov. 19. 4 Y*fteroTay aTrlvjed. here'j&a St-X^riftophex's, Mr, 4 ^^i^^^^J^Mm^amy Scow* Bennet, J^owtlrprasww;Ma.nd ,m'--$&t&Ao&, who jgives die * following Accouht.^-^-Qa We'db�day Aojgurl 18^ b-jng  -^""^B^l1^* tj6$$^.W�'ti!&a�~&e: Xxtaui, about 8 *\o^C^-(ff%Mofin^^ the $"jE,�cf us, 4 th|:^md a|tf^.|yE. at olwe ikw 5,7 'more^, "which j* I w^jbn&^rr^j^^Filfeei^pni Jamaica + toon after ftw 4 liffc bftbem"gnrfng us Chace, fo kept away South ; 4 at 12 the Le Meaiure 0^36 Guns, camfc up with us, ' fir'd a Shot, and hoifted French Colours, upon which 1 we ftruck to her ; at 4 were in the Body of the Fleet ' commanded by the Duke d'Anvilte; in the I^orthum-4 berland. 4 Sept. 1,Twe met, with a yery Jjard Gale of Wv&, at 4 S;E., in ^hichw? inifi'd zi) Trasfpjo/js, and je^pMtty * %^$p>.' ::J(T^^:lm^fyimi to I^verpadl, ' WW.^en wtiK as,; fonnder'd in Ah -Storm.) The 4 10 th we arrived .in the Harbour of ChitHiSlo, where we �4om* K*,oo'oInaiaKiifi i&$y 'to join th6 Fiftach. The .' fecyd Day after ou|jArriyal we got up:Tents for 5000 �ft%. a'hetjh �& wfta a 4ry?Wd QaUr.of tt^SET.-r ' *        - iagj eE? MrfeeT A0,wfiole Eleeu-Tfee ir own Cc^�utafio)i, above 4000 . Men, illrwig thd� -Stay inc the Harooor of Chebufto, 4 waitiBg/or^he^hips they parted with the ift of Sep-. 4 tember, tho1 they never heard, of them afterwards. * When we parted with^tfiejFle^t r�ej7tb,  * ahd^faw feveraFof the Sttp* to Lwwara of* ifi>r wjHftwut 4 Maft�,; and alfo the Breakers very plain from thc"^Iafi- ftTthatV^lmogiue few efcaped, .No^Cfaf froin Mar'tinico.wc were atti attacked by Captain ie�, ,ofjhe Grtyhouod Privateer, from New York, and ta&ea afterlbme R'e^arice, Aaymgi^rej^Priva- *" us, who we into St.Zitts. mounting 36;Guhs, thoT (he had but zz on board. 4 MK proppec further fax^ .that> whe�: the-Fleet left  Cheba^lo th�jy .fent\th4{;I^j|ii53�ay,,^er '-ftpplyiBg  4 each of them with a: Gun, k'c. and ordered them to �-march diretlly for AhfisfjpouV[RbyaIi Ind :a|tacfet|hat 4 Placet by Land, - WhBft: riiey wenf rou^d' &f^pble 4 with the Ships, in order to' attack them by. Sea/ Where 4 they Rafter'their Gonerueft) 'kttended^t^^r^felrf^aM' fo 4 attack Bofton in the Spring, and fweep all the Coaft ' of America. .'The abovemeotion'd Ship Had 150 Men ort-idard 4 when (he left the Harbour of Chebtt�kOT Injt &rflilgbt ' only 30 into St.Kjtts ;fo violentand fatal was the Sick-4 nefs that reign'd amongft them^ and in &brt �thro' "the 4 whole French Fleet.' This Morning divers Wpr^nie^'.were.^plqy^d, by^h^ Board of Works to mals^the/ieyeral Alterations.'in the Scaffolding in We^minfterHall^. for the^inpre converaent Recip'tion of the Members"'of the Hon. Houfe pJT'Gom-mons, at the enfuing Trial of Lord Lovat. An Addrefs has been prefeh'tea to bis Majefty^ ty the Right Hon. the Hfufe of Peers, to defijrejiis Majefly to appoint a Lord HighiSteward 6ri'the TjiSTbT STmpnXbrd Lpvat, arid to order fuch Guards to attend af the lEid Trial, as has been ufiialinjuch Cafes.   And ;, . ^ , That the C�n^iffi6n;appo^ii^ft^^d'fi^i' Steward, to continue during the "Trial' of the laid^ofeAemao^ be:the fame as pn the Trial of Vifcount Stafford, excepting only that the fame be in'the Eqgliih Tongue. �There are now making iupwards of 300 Suits of-rCibtVis, which are tobefent over to his Royal Highnefe the Duke inFlanders, in-order to diftirrguifc a Sort of^ttSalb, or' IrregaUw Troops, who are continually |p fcour Snoods, an,d pjh?r places,; tq preyept A^e^npts-tbai are-bftjin'made by the En^rnyupjoo ifliajl, Parses attendiag oar Baggage, &c.--\Eiis, weaije iniprtned, is ordered -by the^Ddke; ind at his own Expence}. fo -much has this Noble Prince the Welfare of his Country and the Common Caofeat Heart. The Blanchard's Adventure, E^lmQrtds, from South Carolina, is aTriyedat Milford. Sfie wa> chased-into Mil-ford, byra Frei^BwyaSMr. C . . On Thuritfay laft ai'r^r^tioD pajffed the Great Sft.al to enab'fc �$^&y$im* P^-fa htM. ,Ate_ Reftbry of Pfetton,-alias?eltoia, m jh&J8aaj&4l-&\0&4aA D�cef* of Litcmfchia5id Coventry,, being pjefented thereto by the Rigbjt j^>; tte Lor4 '.^iicejlpr. Yjsffer^y. w,as comnjj^fed to tie New Goal inSomh-,Wfar^�.i>yCiaok, �dward Davis, fofhwaking ojpea die-Shopand'Dwelling Home of Mis. Dejovas,!ai |^is-mttft iff.i3i?Cbunry cf .Jpen'r;"" Yefterday Anne. Ward.wai wmnytjed to New-Prifon by Thomas-JBur.dus, Efqi.^br -frfoniooflj^ and privately pick* ing the Pocket of Daniel Ayers, in a notorious Bawdy-hojifein Drury-laner.j>f aJargeSumof Money. ' On thv�rWay N^bt laft the Body .of a Man-was left in a Bafket in the^ Bur^-grb;und.behJ^d theBlae-poatHpfpi-tal, with qpe of his Leg^ broke.s-^[e was ctpoi'd^for fome Time* bat not being own'd, he wias buried Yefierday in thefaid Burial-ground. Wrote by a Clergyman at MagherafeUti in Inland. YOjTJ/ve dpneit, ^Royalf Ycrath, fhe^Hydra lie?, Curangher Fjite, and as'ihe curfesdies j "' No more feall dire Re%feBioh wafte-tbc.l^d, The.Monfter's quell'diy?thy-viaorioos Hand ; That .raanynheadeiSerpeo^itB^Iy low, NonebtttaHerculesjfepula*gjye thelBlowJv Others have try'd the mighty Talk in vain ; TheTa^'s.referv'd  s. bP^Iehis Marrj^l'Trump^Jieard, . Methihki,! fee^ the yb^ilifulHerauVusd,.  ;>; -Andj&ffiy give1 his %
                            

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