General Advertiser, February 13, 1746

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 13, 1746, London, Middlesex FRIDAY, February ig \746,-7- Deal, February 11. AIL'D this Morning his Maje-$ fty's Ship the Yarmouth, for the River ; and his Majefly's Ships Gibraltar and Swan Sloop on a Cruize. Arrived the Bacchus, Ccbb, from Rul!, for Oporto. Carr.e down his Majefly's Sloop Fe-re: ; Fearcn, Sutcliffe, for Jamaica; Adventure, Picket, for Guiney  Aurora, Rofs, Lr An-tigca ; and re.-nahn with his Msjeily's Snips Eltham and Fiamborough, the Furnace Bomb, and ail* the Outward-bound. Wind N.W. L O N D O N. The Manner of Treating in 17ro, VThir. '.hi. Allies k^d hen Jucctfsful, an J the States-General mere l-eartj ir. the War a;ainf: France. A? fsor. a? the Campaign in the Netherlands was n-ni:Vu, France thought fit once mote to feci the Pu ic of the A lacs, in relation to the fetting en Foot Conference- for a Treaty of Peace by ti.e all the former Preliminaries, * except the "91h Article, relating to the Evacuation of ' Spain ; wh'Cn done, the Allies would fend Paffes Lr his ' 'Mini/Jers to come and treat cf an Equivalent for thai e Article.' To which the French Court, after fome Hefi-tatron, having fen; 1 Ta'iifaclory Anfwer, the States-General with the Content cf the Imperial and Britiin Plenipofln-liaries, granted i'affes for the Marfhal d' L'xeiles, and the Abbot de Po'ignac, to come to Gertruydenburgh, the Place appointed fir the Confederates, as y.e!l as their Residence ; and t. e Sieur Buys ana VandeculTen, two of the States Deputies, were nominated on the Part cf the Allies. Thcfe Conferences held fr~m the rift cf March, to the 13th of July, without any other Propofab on the Part of France, than a Partition of the Spanifh Monarchy feveral Ways t In the firft Place, that King Philip fhould have Nanles and Stcdy, or the Kingd .in of Arragon, or at leaft Sici!-', Sircmia, and the Sp-inift Garrifor.s or, the Coaft of Ttfcanv : In the fecor.d, that the King their Mafur wasfo iincerely inalm'd to Peace, that in order to procure it, he would for his Grsndfon be contented with Sici'Lv End fcrdmii. exclufivs cf i,i$ Demands en the Coatis of Tufcsr.y. After this manner the Negociati n: were (can cut ; which, the Dutch Deputtc; ioudiy aiTimPd. ' were kept up for no ether End bv the French Court, than ' to er-courage their Subjects the more patiently to beur ' the "Burthen of the V\ ar, telling the Plenipotentianef, ' they found themitives obliged to break off all farther ' Conferences with them, fur removing ail Gccaiions of ' Lloyd's Coffss-Houss, m Lombard-Street, ;

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