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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 11, 1746, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. N u m b. 3$3f, WED N E'S D A Y,   February i}} .1746-7. Deal, February 9. }T Night 4dWfalAnfoo ftruck bis Flag ob beard. ht> Majefiy's; Ships VlHiKHith ^ remain Bridgwater, Gibraltar, Flamborough, and! Forflace Bomb ; the Oxford, Stevens, for Eaft-India ; Dolphin, for the Weft-Indifs ; St. George, Hart; and Prince Frpderick*, Wade, for Lifhpn ; . -  - C^fw.IQepnard'.";. George William, Dobbins ; and Nelfon, Watfbn, for Virginia ; the Rriiice Ffedexiek^Kponedj', for Madeira ; Lowiher, Ben-wfti^ for. Barbadoes; Succefs, Kilby, for Bofton; the. M^fg^aret and Aruie., Bjjtler, for Jrelg^.d,; ~, Smith, for LeVerpooI ; John and japf� FftfizK for Falmouth; the DuWh� Merchant, Thomas? for Dublia ; the Plymouth, Smith, for Plymouth; and four Swedifh Ships. Wind S.W.bvW. Grai/efend, Feb. g,   Pafs'd by the Henrietta, Crouch, from Barbadoes ; and OAvego, Child, for New York. ' The Arran, -, from London and Cork, is arrived at Neris, LONDON. From the London Gazette. Haruf, Teh. 14, N. S. By a Courier from Turin, arrived here laii Saturday, we hav� Advices from Provence of the 28th paft, N. S. that upon the News of Marfbal BeLlejfle's Motions, General grown had recalled all his parties, and withdrawn, ffan* Antibs? what Troops were not abfclutely necefiary for keeping the Place clafely blockd �p j and had taken an advantageous Poft, and intrench'd hirpf^f behind the Ciagne, in order to wait the Enemy there.    The Auftrians were then Mailers of the open Country between the Mountains and the City of Genoa ; bot had not made any immediate Attempt upon the City itfclf,   their heavy, Artillery not .being then come up. The Night before laii, Twenty Transports arrived at.Hel-voet-from-England, with the fixit DiviGonof the Troops dcAgned for the Army in Brabajn.   According to this Day's Letters frpm Paris, M. de Puyfieux was fo far rc-tevered,  that on  the gth he had fet up a Couple of Ho'jrs. M- du Thcil wa$ to fet out immediately for Breda; whither Count Wafjepaer, who has been here fince M. dc PuyOeux's Departure, from thence, dpfigns to return on Thursday next.   The French Pod which is come in this Afternoon, has brought the pofitive News of General Brown.1; having abandoned the Ciagne, and retreated behind another little River fomethiog farther backward. The French pretend that he had actually repaired the V ar. ; 17 of the Auxiliary Body of Troops lick cf the UnitedPr evinces, Alfred Army the eafuir.g Can: to the Repub- which are to fer d' Eagle ; and is the Ship that carf-Ted the young Pretender from Scotland tq France.. The fame Day there was an Account, that the Grqnd Conte% bound from Rpc^ielle for Cape Fraocojs, is taken by his Majefty's Ship Amazon, and fcnt into Lifbon, after an Engagement    three Hours. The Catherine'Paulina,'Weflerrnan, from Yarmouth for Leghorn, is ta.lfen by $e.Algetines. The Loyejy B�tty, Wane, ^from Jamaica, for London, laft from Plyseout^, who was taken by a French Privateer offr Beachy, isleA within z^ few Leagues qf Calais; but the People were atfo fatfd, His Grace the Duke pfAncafier, Lord Great Chamberlain of England, is defired by the Right Hon. the Houfe of Peers to iflue out Six Tickets to each Lord, againft the Tryalof Lord Lovat, in the (ame manner as was the laft Scffion on the Trials of the other Three Rebel Lords. That each" Ticket fo deliver'd fhall lerve during the whole Trial. The faid Trial will come on the 23d Inft. notwithftand-ing what has been mention'd in fome of the Papers. The Right Hon. the Countefs- Dowager of Kildare, has prefented the Lady Amejia, her Da'ughter-in-Law, with the Family Jewels, of a very great VaUie. Yefterday Orby Hunter, Efq; Paymafter of the Forces Abroad, fet out from his Houfe in Albemarle-Street, for Holland. Yefterday Morning early died at his Houfe in Little Warwick-Street, after a ihort Illneft, the Right Hon. Charles E.arl of Aylefbury and Elgin, Vifcount Bruce of Ampthil), Baron Bruce of Wharton, Skelton and Kinlofle, and Hereditary High Steward of the Borough of Ampthil!. This Noble Family is defcended from Edward Bruce of Kinloffe, a Native of Scotland, who attended K. James I. when he came to enjoy the Crown of thefe Realms. His Lordlhip hating left only one Daughter by the prefent Dowager, Daughter of General Campbell, the Title, as we are inform'd, is exrinfl; but he it fucceeded in the Eftate by his Grandforr, {the prefent Marquis of Carnarvon, Eldeft Son of his Grace the Duke of Chan-dos. Thjs Morning Lady Maria Churchill, Daughter of the late Earl of Oxford, was fifely delivered of a Son and Heir, to the great Joy of that Family. We hear, tha�Sig. Servandoni, Painter and Architect, Chevalier of the Order of Chrift in. Portugal, and Member of the Royal Academy at Paris, is lately arrived from Lifhon. By the heavy Rains that have lately fell there are Waters out in many Places, fo that the Roads are almoft im-paffabje. Yefterday about 4 o'CIock in the Afternoon, Mr.George . Evans, a young Gentleman of Cardigan was attack'd in the Five Fields between Chelfca and London, by four Foot Pads, who robb'd him of his Gold Watch, ten Guineas, and fome Silver; then tied him, and made off to wards London. On Friday iaft a Gentleman was found dead on the Road between Qdchefter and fpfwich, fuppos'd to have falLerio.ff his Horfe, in an Apaple&ick Fit; he was not known, but by fom* Pf�pe� found about him, is thought to be a. Country Attorney. On Sunday in the Afternoon Thomas Phillips, Efq; a Yotkfhire; Gentleman, was attack'd and robb'd on Finci-ley-Copimon by two HJgf�w*yflJeji, who took from him his Watch, andafroutfix pounds ipWoney. On Friday Evening as a Seirantbdonging to Mr. Buck-ftone, a� eminent OHman near Trigg-Stair*, was bringing a Load out of a Lighter, he fell offths Pjapk, and was draiva'd in the Sight of fevera) People, who endeavoured all they could to ailiik him- Yefterday was brooght to Newgate, by Habeas Corpus, from Bedford Goal, that molt infamous and notorious Bobber and Highway-man, Hesry Simms, alias Gentleman Harry, who has lately committed inatjy Highway and Street Robberies in the Counties of Hertford; Bedford, Middlefex, and Streets of London, and who was tranf-ported from Newgate within thefe two Years, and was remarkable for his going down to Biack-Fryars in a Cart with a Lac'd Hat on, where he took Leave of mafey of his favourite Ladies, who exprefs'd great Sorrow for their S^pAi^tion : Some time agf this'fijpie Henry Simms, made hinsfelf an Evidence aguinft f�vesraJ Peribns at Kingfton Affizes, for breaking open a Pawn-Broker's Shop in the Borough of Squthwark, and fteafirig from thence Plate and Goods to the Value of 3001. and upwards, and afterwards own'd, in publick Court, that he was perjjr'd, Gofport, Feb. 8. On Friday his Majefty's Ship the Kfnfj, was very near being afhere off Chichefter.Pole'j. fr& was obliged to come to an A^ncBor'Sy a ^j^ng'Cabje. Yefterday Morning the'Comminjopers Yatch', aTid tT}jj Trueloye Tender, went out to her^ Affiance,' arid brought her irito' Spithead.   The fame Evening f�e 'loft'"'two AhcKors. ' Wre hear that Mr. Walker, will not be chofen Common Council-Man, for the \Vard of Farringdonwithin,; becaufe he is too z?jloufly affected, to the prefent happy Eftablifli-mentv and to the Honour and Liberties of alLhisFelhwr Citizens. To the Author of the General Aa>tjrt 1 seai SIR, ' '       HERE being a Bill now depending in the Hen. '   JL    Hoafe of Commons for the taking off the. Prohi-' bition of Importing Spanjfh Goods the Produce of Old -' Spain; its humbly hoped the Wifdom of the Legiflature  will fo far amend the Navigation-Aft as not to permit ' them k) be brought to any of our Iflands near h"ofn'e;in ' Neutral VefTels, which would be fo detrimental to the ' Britijb Navigation ; and, at the fame Time, greatly ' enlarge the Navigation of our Neighbours, as it would ' make them the only Carriers of our Commerce ; and ' would in Time encourage them to be Purchaiers and ' Venders of them again to"us, by Reafori of their Enjoy-' ment of the Neutrality, being able now to navigate' ' much cheaper than we Nay, it would be 3 means of lup-' plying alt our Smuggler?, which "would"thereby greatly * decreafe the Revenue, and prejudice the Fair Trader j as ' it would be but a fhort Trip for them to go and putchaie ' Wines, &c. which by the late .Additional Duty, would ' encourage them to Run them in at aft 'Events. That Neu-' tral Veuels mufl be partly employ'd is certain ; but ' was this Aft to admit of no Goods, Wares, Wine?* ' Fruits and Merchandize, the Produce of O^dSpain, to ' be imported, on Forfeiture of Ship and Goods, &c. but 'what fhould'be brought 'from the Iflahd of Minorca or ' Gibraltar, on Britijh Bottoms, it would greatly anfwer ' the End of the Legiflafure � as amply promote our"Na-' vigation as if from ths very Places of. their Growth or ' Produce; quite fruflrate our Smugglers, and fufHciently ' anfwer the Merchants Supplies. ' T hope you will give this a Place in your Paper, as its ' intended with no other View, ^han the Encouragement ' of the Britijh Navigation and Fair Trader. An O       D        E, Qccafmed by thePrejence of His-.MAJESTY aid of Hi: RoyalHighnefs the Duh of CU MBER L A N fl,. at the flayhtuft on the \\tbof January, 1746, i�b�n the Iragedy of Don Sebafiian King, of Portugal: was aStd. To hh Royal Highnefs Prince W I L LI A M, Duke of Cumberland. BRAVE Prince, methpught I faw the Frowns Of Maoly Valour grace thy Brow, When "thy great Sire beheld the Show, Expreffive of Sebaftian's f Fate, AM ratify'd with GEORGE's Hate, Who liyes the Scourge of Lawlefs. Crowns. Then fwell'd the Strength of Publick Love Within my glowing Breaft, To think our Fathers could approve A Line which ftands the Teft. O Hanwer f were all like me, Thou mould'ft'� Brtiditnia'.s Brother be, No Alien, fince that fine Difdain '? Of Life, on the Leigedn Plain. My boafted Duke where writ Thou go ? Qutreaching.G/7//?a's Overthrow ? And tell Iberia that her Faith Is little better, falie to. terms Whenfirft fhe kindled vepgefoL Wrath, As a fucceedingHeign confirms ? The Drum fiall roll, the Cannon roar, The Sheets of Heav'n fhaij' wrap the Sound, Tis WILLIAM's Mufick ; hear, O Thor t Thy Britons in exotick Ground. Theinjur'd Auftrian moves my Pray'r, And that late Baftardy of War, Weil-pennanc'd ; when CulLoden ffung, The Wreath, from C- and B-i wfarft To Laurel-ftqrming BRUNSWICK's $
                            

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