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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 9, 1746, London, Middlesex                                .RjV^ED laft Night his Maje fty's^tp the Yarmouth ; arid tnts^Riartjiag his Majjsuv^s Ship thelFlam(k>rottgh ;thel5pu Carlo^' Frieqd, from.Oporto, with about 2a SfiiVo^ Ships and Coa-ftefs from Porrfmcuth, Names '�not known.    Came down Ne}-Watibn, for Virginia, and in with hi* iVJsjeity's Ships ^:%r�igwaterr-GtbT3Wf and ^ w�<.<*./*-  luppojftTto be a Man of War, and an �aft-5-    -*ind S.W. 3�a?&outh-and ~with/ther . ^Sfaco oar laft arrived the M&J&m Holland. -]P$i$j�jPgK Jan. 24. Baton Ifreitlach has communi-j^^jdrtty"the Court an ample Relation of the Auftrian and ft'edfaioetefe Suorefc; and, we are-afFared, that he renewed fcis^lmTatces, on'thatOccafion, to obtain a powerful Suc-scair^ the JSwjjr^s, in Virtue of the laft i reaty of. Al-!�anp& � Whit dnifiverhc ^ectiFsd is not yet known:: Sot xbea^are iiwne ^ho giveAJOt, tint Orders hare fiace been tt��lttJd tathe Troops-qaaHertdln the Provinces bordering CrrjPcijarid,, for theni to oe always read/ to march upon the 'firift NoticeVFrom' whence it "is cbnje&ured, that an Em-jbarkation. will probably be made. Cbmmbtrrf, "Jan. 30. "Pbthought that the reft of the Spanish Catalry, which are ftill here, will join the Army in Province, and that a Squadron will be drawn out of cachJRegimeat to go and Tecnm-m Spain. According to ionifi Advices from Marfeilles, .General Count de Gages embarked there on the Night rbstween the 13th and 14th, 'on' board an -Arro'd Vefiej, and is generally thought to lave fairdfflrectl/for Naples. Bewe, F&.\. The Advices jfrom July affur't, that a great "Part of |he -numerous Artillery found at Placentia . Wfll te^faftplpyiBd in the Redu&Qja of Genoa, and that the Courts of Vienna and Turin are at laft agreed onthe Par-^tiaoti, whereby -the firft is to *ave Two' Thirds, and the other the Remainder. ' Tis added, that the Auftnajnjj have ^gatady taken Toft at the Gates of Genes, laving got Pttfteffion of the Suburbs of' San Pietro d*Arena aim 2a-Jignana, and that Col. St. Andre haying in the. latter .found every Body in Amu, had. pat to- the Sword all who did mot fave tbehtfriVes by immediate Hfcht.    Affairs re--main in this SrtU^r^ixcaaftijen^rPallavia'ni wants to ftave an Interview with-M. de Uotfa before he putties tThipgs farther.; not to mention, thatthebud Weather and broken Roads permit the Artillery -to^advmnce but very ^ffowty. The elde^. Son of the Pretender has pafled thro' Lyons to Avignon, and, it is faid, will be follow'd by his Bro-on as the Effect, of a Piece of Com-jriaiiaocc in the French Court, which feerhs now to be luingto Great-Briuin^or a Peace. Sanovcr^ Pih. 7. Orders are arrived here from London >$or taking the neosaary Meafares to march a large Body ef Troops.belonging .to this Electorate, into the Low-CoaBtrtbt by the Middle of Marth next, and the Regency have already given thcproper'Notice to the Commanders T>f the festal'Regiments thtt tdmpbfe |t. This Corps is jjaMO^e-io-thefUy � of G*eat Britain ; -out his -Britannick Msjefty wj&fend it aaJEleflor of Jiaaover, Jtndfupport it .a^jtown^jgjencc. Yefterday a- C-Qaaffrps^bx here in his ^ay. from <^penh^gen to Laflrioo, wioir iGud to carry the agreeable News, that the King of Denmark has re-ibi�ed; to .held a Body ;cf L4,^do Me* ia- 'Readkef* to jrnarch^ Jbjf Virtue pf a CoMren,ti9n. Jately.fiftaed with the King oar Sovereign, and that General Schalemburgh who is�ite^nea^Crtdita*tl�e Daftft cwt, wflhcc*nrarid ft in Clai^. Several Waggon* have arrived bfcivfrotn the Low-^irmries wirir the^oldiers that were wounded and reniain''d in the laft Campaign. Hamburgh, Ptb\j. The Letters from Stockholm are xtot fatiBfefitory to the impatient Publick, fiace it does not appear, that the Affair of Count Teffin is yet determined. That Nobleman ftill rerufes the Precedency of the Chan-  and/'tis laid, will come to anfxclairqfffement with ^r^ir'^orff, the Rvrffian Minifter, concerning what has ^efnalle^god-^gainn him. Paris, Feb. ^o� All the Court having repaired on Sunday laft to Choify, the King, the Qu^ees, the Dauphin, and the. Daughters of fiance went on Tuefday to Corbcil to meet the Danptrinefe, who arrived* in the Evemttg from Nflfigis, iwhere'fte'fod been met'by M. 9aj0r. Her Royal Hrghnels lay at Corbcil, and arrtved: on VVednefdaylaft at Choify, where there was a very faraptuans .Supper, after which their Majefties and the LMuphin rerufOad to Ver faille*. The DaWttrtefclay> at Gh^^BadilJhM'Hncefltt, thence in fier Nnptiar m&Wafi^fci'and*^r Benediction from the Abbe  pMni\|,^W^i|t]Ul! was open'd, where me Ladj� were aB djeffed ^nCurl'd |-Tetes, conformably to the; Order "la ihe'Ticlceis.  Th�: Morning there will be a.MailquWadie, -flW^je^effivalswill continue till next Tuefday, 'whfli ihey willer^^mh arto-ther Mafqwrade, to .wU^'^.'C^oer^^K^lW i^pw. yefterilay' Morhing a'Tripple DKcharge of the OsnnfiB be^ onglngto the flattile, the City, aad^i&tfpitalof invalids, announced to ail :Pans the Aognft GeAfciohytb be per-^ formedVVerfyllp, #d tpeJ^iops |q^walijEfl0^ihut by^ Order ofihe Police, the'Pr^ceSQQ of fiw Triumphal Chariots began at Ten.   Th*y yttrt drjwn ;by;Eight Horfeseach, richly ado*ned, and led by as many Men in Reins t>f Gold and Silver, drefied agreeably.  Tbey.paft thro'all. the principal Places, and Stands were erecled, in which Bands of Mufick performed ifSr thtPebpIeto dance to.   At Night the whole City was illuminated.  The Rejoicings Wll e$d do Shhddy next wilh've'fyf&perbe Fireworks.  Aclicyrjs r34cr Livres. A'mfltra'am, BSfKii. The College ^Ad^iraliy reftding in this City, have put in Camrrufion =S�cMfcn of War, two of 52 Guns and 300 wfea^ -twflW^'Guns^nd^ir^o Men, and two of 20 Gans and 150 Men- The-Ciplams are appointed to them all. flague, Feb. 1.4. General Legonier has received an Expiefs from Williamftadt, with Advke bf the; Arrival of 24 Trarrfports.h-avirig onboard tbreb "Englilh Sattaliops, two of the* Guards, wWch fended Ye^ftra^r, hha jvere this Day to begin their March for thje l^iftria of Bois-le-Duc. The i>uke of Cumberland �^e�ery Moojent]expelled, a.good:raany of his Royal -Highoefs-'a Aetrriue, and Partef his Baggage, being arrived thu Morning. LONDON. From the London C^azeite. Weflminfler, Feb. 5. liis ^ajeift^lqupjf fbj^ X^y.to the Hou/eof Pee; 1, *nd being, M ha Royal fcated 00 the Throne with, the ufualJolemrity, Sir William Saun-derfon, D^rtfty-Gentlenian LTftier of theBfack-ibd, Avasv fent ^ith * Meilage from hia Majefty to.the Hon&rOf: Commons, commanding their Attendance in the HoUfe-of; Peers. T^Coame^l�eing)Mim^rflher aecordiagty^ht^ Majefty wa�pleafcd4ogivefl�e Royal ASrat to An A&for repealing the&vieral Rates and Duties upon Houfesj Wipdjj^s ^nd Li|^tij ^jiajfor ^raht^ig to 4iis M^jefty ether,Rates and Duties 'i^on.Sttj&s', Win^p^s, or Lights; an^ farraifing the Sum of-Four WllliOn JoUr Hundred ThflvAritfPpondsty-Annuities � be charged on the faid Rates or Duties. An Ait to continue, explain-andamendj an A& made io the laASellion of Parliament, entitled, an Aft to enable h s-M^jefty to make Rules, Orders and Reguktidns more effectually to prevent thfc fpre^ading of the DifterapeTi�3w raging amongft the Hbrri^d Cattle. And to onfc PrhrateKll. lurin, 'Jan. 28. Th* Poft from Provence, which had been detained two Days on Account of thefiadneis of the Weather qp- the Col. -de !fende, is xome in^ and brings Letters .fVpav JWt. Balbtan-and General Aifiati, wno commanded umterGentral NewhansatGafteHane, which cou-firrh in general, JRafcTuf 'Locoes'not exceed 2oo Wen, moft; of ttfa&-Grenadiers ; and add, that the iFrench, in cojnvng.t-katwekour Poft on the 21 ft, advanced upon three Columns -.'that General Newhau* hadimtnediately dra*n up his Troops in Order of ^ttleto receive theni, and Jre^i^Df buntelf with a v^g^&S&'i but that his Irr^alaw, ygon t^trft-^yif^^.Way, he Celt, in.end'eavburmg to ral^y and lead them pn again, &wi been nightly wounded and made Prjfoner ; and that the Battalions being taken in flank' and' in Front, haf been ob%ed to abaMotf theiPoft, .ajod retire tpJLja Ga&j&, which had^een execnted in.the belt Order by Maior-Gene-ral Aifiati : Thaf General Brown being apprtzra thereof, had immediately revived w; unite his- wfto|e Foi'ce togfe-ther at Graffe ; hi 6rder to which he had been obliged to abaadonrFrejus andDraguignan, and to turn, the Siege of Ainibes into a-Blockade ; arid that at; the coming away'Of the Letters, h�wMfreriaritig'to receiverthe^Enfimy, an3d put the-whole upon the Iflue.of a general �nga|6aa^nt. BV a Courrerjotfarrived^rorn Gerfcfral .Brown, we hjave Rsilbn tb Kepe our'Army will' maintain rtftrf in eie'Poft it is now in. PFilk&fbtdt* Feb. 1, O.S. The Tranfports are arrived here with'tfe'TroopVfibhr England; and are to ^ifem,-bark To,-intow,''lrf6rhrhg. peSed there-frem Paris.: bisRrefcrice b nd theO�5ce^hii Poft-rififUr, wifl ^e-ciiofib MettftieJ- 6f ^wluunentfgptirt Gomw^Bi 'without On Saturday Iaft_a to enable ^ofT^ony-io bf .on pafc'd the Great'Seal, r} TCferk^ to iold the Yicriaw of 4^^Sroc^e of4W Laft Thurfday died Thomas Garrard,of Xah^bjpm, Eftate or zooo I. per Annum, devolves to his ejdeft Son Thcu^aggarrara, Efq> who martied the only Daughter of Dr. h^lr^ late-ioftH?tlongarden. - Oh Sa^fir^ lafi'dfedTn the Great Almonry, Wejfin^n-fter, Mrs..Collins,^ Widow Gentkwoman, ftofiei^%ofa very plentiful Formne. ' Z.]" Qn'FHd^yia&d afcha Lodg^ip in Chajjcje^lj^c, tho Kev.'Vff.lie^Y^9'^^^'^1^'' :        " On Friday laft in the Arterhobn the Rev. Dr. Deffiire? had theMi5fbrtuneto be thrown from his "Horfe, "arte was taking the Air� by which his Leg was broke, and was alio very much bruis'd. A-few Dayifince died at Briftol, Mr. Burk Thomcth^ welL known for his excellent manner of Perfbrmiog 08 the German Flute.   ...... On Saturday orp,l&t. Gregg^, a BHcklayer in Q^rd .Road, h^tlwMjsfbrtuoe toC^from^eTop pf aHoufe inSbuthamptan*Rowt anddiedon theiSnot. 60 Mocilay Morning ilaft, on the .Top of Eingfdbwn-Hill> in .tittfj Road -berweeh Chippenham and Bath, was cos^iued^ jMotder tof anuncomnTon. -Xind.--fire bf " kitaofa of Chippeshaih bavingieetfithe Wieefcbe-g^iWaggona, sbelonging^tfl ohfe,W---siMof Qthg, dflQirin^ o� r^faid^oad^ tpnrHorfesaWyi* Other sbitkeleYjen, repaired tager^er�to the iaid?H^ � ^w%> a Defign tafei�. (iasrthe Law dio^U) aE die Holferiot&e I^.Mjfei^Lih^jQiojild-tJbe^ the (aid Waggons: OA their coining to the Place, fome confidera-ble Time before the Waggons ^vtre eiqiecVd to pa&^by they got together intO; an empty Barn near thp Road, wjkere theyftmia^edab^ttwb^Htjuf?, wbcpb&^'dJ&ed bythB-E^try of three^Tfitb diV?2^^ ^ 4 cried out � D-mn,^oarBit>odsf tjiuiji " your Braihs out !'* other* without thereaboui, armed .with' Bludgtt " They are here, d-^nthem f we'll fell 'em!" Upon this, four of them went out, *nd wew kaock^'down as foon as they gocwithout the^pior j ^fi^0i9mifd out by the ;Colprt ^tp^.JtgtMf^m H�a, took- to'huHiels and ^KmEr ,ter bei^touch^a^B, :mM& 
                            

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