General Advertiser, February 19, 1746

General Advertiser

February 19, 1746

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 19, 1746, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. N-um b. "38.44. THURSDAY, February 19^ * 746-7- Deal, FeSruary 17. AILED his' MajelYy's Sloop the Ferret, and the Furnace Bomb to the Weft ward. Remain his Ma-jefty's Ships Flamboroogh, and Lys; Swan Sloop; Duke of Cumberland, Kiagilon, ami the Hardwick Privateers ; and fix Outward-b*und Ships ; but it blows fo hard,, cannot get their Names. Pool, Feb. 16. Sailed" the JallifFe Sloop, Petty, for Falmouth ; and Three Sifters, NlckleS, to wait Convoy for London. SntbKwtjVon, FS. 16. Thk Day frikrf hence the Ju-ditb, Janverin, to jeio Ooirvoy at Spnnead for Lifpon; alfo'farled the Donbte-KeVeiige. Pcfifcito of and for Gmre-zey ; and the Wilmington,. Fry, far Weymouth. Wind North. Portfinovth, Feb. 17. Yefterday carat to Spithead the Pool Man of War, t^a'pt. Thompson, with the Duke of Cumberland, Majsr ; and Buchanan, Crawford, with Kitffe*s Swres, for London. There asr fevera! Ships arrives from the Do was, Names not known. frojn Carolina^ j6 arrived at *I*ilc SealLwer, - ixiraS nf a Lttltr fist* Par it, Fib. 13. 4 Allffce Letters from Lafi^^dc/' and pauphhjy concur � to deftroy the faife Report* inaUcrpufl/ If read abroad, as * if the Proteftants of thofe two Province! had kept ujxa 'frGm:&rlin. where he had -iogne4�diPal�t�e. iFh* rtufweSr, it.i^Ed; w!H cottain T�'Sh�etstr;t>j>cr. ThrJJarCiwJl Princraw^BHlMpaf Xiege is to fkev.ery irematkable Trial, before, the. L^Chief BarpnParker, jn theCourt of Exchequer W�ftoun^r� vWjierein Mr. F^orfter, a Cuftpm-houfe Officer was Plaipt^ and Mr. Belchier, a Banker in Lom-bard-ftreet, Defendant, upon an Informagipi;.brought by Mr-.Fjjr^r^^e^xhig.w^Oc^ober laft feLzed a Pri^e of jjjfr^a|�e ,of .,i8qpo.1. which was |aken by pne;of Mr. Belchier's Privateers; on a Suppofition that it was-fraudulently .made; when afr>r a Trial of zo.Hpjirs, 'tappearing to the whole pourt to be a fair and, haneft Capture, the Jury immediately gave a Verdift for Mr.JJ^lehier. The Council,for the Plaintiff-were Mr. AttQrneyGeneralrMr. SolUcuar General, Sir Thomas Bootle, Mr. Leggi Mr. Wilmot, .and I#r. York : And on behalf of the Defendant, were Sir John Strange, Mr. Hume Campbell, Mr. Wiibtajjam, Mr.Staxkey, and.Mr. Ord. On Tuesday lafi as Mr. Bedell, one of his Majefty's ChaiyjWij. was. paJEng by St. Dunilan's Church, he was puih,*d down by the Pole.of a Coach, and by the fiipperi-nefs of the. Weather one of the Horfes fell upon him and broke his Leg, and otherwKe bruis'd b\m to, that his Life is in Danger. [' NexucsjUg, Feb. 14. They write from Berwick, that on the 6th infiant, George Maccan, a Soldier in Gen. Guife's Regiment of Foot, was (hat there for deferring four Times; at one of which he joined the Rebels. He was alio much addidted to Stealing. The Mbfning'of fuVEItKution, under Favour of the None of the Drum, as it w� beating theReyailiej he attempted to b?eak put cf Gpal, ljavi^g, with no better Inrtrumeflt than fc� Hand-cu#,. beat ^:.b large Pieces of hewn Stone gut of th Wall, as^ no one could have imagined to be done with'any Tbinglefs than a large Hammer. GWuctfier, Feb. 14. We hear, that the principal Graziers and p^iry-mep of the Cow]t^ 'of yFilte '{qte^'Si'Mfiribn the 'P^ri^ament, to p^t' ag'entire ?tof *tp. wS jQfiSng'of Cattle, in which they'hope ta be joined by theGxaaiers and Bairy-men of other Counties, as it may be a Means to prevent $he contasvpus P%ernper? ^hiclj noV"rages in the-Kinwloni, fprea|ing^^n^rtner. ' . This Morning a rig-tro^ Boat, b.Quad from Elmore to this City, with^hree Men in it, who hoifted a Sait to ex* pedite their Pauage, was, by a fudden Sqaal o� Wind, Qvexfet, and three of the Men pjrown'd. How the Cattle are manag'd, jo the prefect Di^emper, by the Peafants of Livonia, in the Kingdom of Sweden : Being an Extract of a Le.ter written to the Eari of C-. THIS Diftemper if atiended te, will be found neither Peftilential nor Contagious; but becomes fo ' only by Negle&.-^It is to be discovered by examining ' Carefully the Tongues of the Beaits, and pulling-them ' out as far as you can ; anjd jf you find neither'inflam- * mauon, Pimple nor Hole, near their Roots, (for k is ' there the Dulemper always begins) you may be fare < that the Beads are inwardly foiuui: In which ^Lsue to � ruti their Tongues for ten or twelve Days .with Tar, or ' the Greafe of Wheels, will be a fare Preferyauye.- � -TBiit if you find Inflam^ar^bn, Pimple,' gf lloles, ' 0ear !the ftppts of the Tp^u^,'_and'ih^f.th^ir %e?fhs ' ftink; Take AJiutn burnt and jjowder'd, and mix it ' with an equal Quantity of Salt, rub thofe Hales or ' Ulcers with it, and then wafE them well "with Wine ; ' and continue .this for three or four Days. During this * Operation, give th,e.m every Morning half an Ounce of < Lmfeed, and halflan Our^Cje of Sallad Oil, falH.ng.- ' Their Conunon Dxink ihould be warm Water, with a ' Uttle Flower in it.' S C O T L A N D. Edinburgh, Feb. 12. Yefterday tied much regietted, the Right Hon. Lady jean -Sutherland, Daughter of joha Earl of Sutherland, and Widow of James Lqrd Maitlaod, in the' 67th Year of her Age ; a Lady of great Piety, and of an.exemplary Behaviour in every Statfon of Life. We hear from Inve'rary, that Air. Cameron of Dungal-lon, Mr. Mac4anald oF'GIencpe, and four other Rebel Officers, at prefent Prifoners there, are foon to be brought to this Place. ' They write from Invernefc, that on Thurfday lafiths Rjght!Hpn-.tlle E*11 of Loudon fet-out from^hence, in bis Way to Lcmdon. But, We .have Advice.fjhcje, (that.his Lordftip, after paving fTpceededthe.L^hgth.of' Taybridge, ftopp'dJhort, and^s� Monday laft: was at Dalwhinny, in his Way back to F,grt AugJmus, where, 'tis thongh't, he:will.be continueif'.in the Command,'to" t&e ii^p^'fl$le"' Satisf^aioh of "the whole Iohabitants of-thatCountry. General Blakeney'j Regimentftationed at Inyernefs was to move from thence en Monday larf for Elgin, to relieve Handyfyd^s ftegrhiehtr which's\yas to proceed for Aberdeen, in order to replace Fleming's Regiment, who arrived on Tuefday laft at Bruniifland, to embark for Flanders. Yefternight three State Pfiipners, viz. Major Kennedy, Capt. O'Njeil, and Capt. Macdonald, all Omcers m the FjencbService, were releafed upon Parole fr�m their Cqn-/Jnementin the Caflle. LaAW^ek thePr.nters and PublHhers of a Pamph^t enti� tied The ihiftle were, by an Order from the Right Hon, Lord Juftice Clerk, taken into Cuftody, buthave �nce been admitted to Bail. Leitb, Feb. 12. Yeilejrday Morning between Four and Five, failed the Scarborough and Serpent Bomb, .with* the Dutch arjdLondonFleetn ifter High-Water this Day at London-Bridge, at sSjMinutes AD V E RT E M u N are ta^cc m for Oils Paper, ^Lloyd's Coffji-Houss, b Lombard-Street ;

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