Sunday, February 20, 1746

General Advertiser

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 20, 1746, London, Middlesex The General Ait$ft$&. FRIDAY, 1?'*M+v+k,d 20,. 1746*7-. Deal, February 18. MAIN in the Downs his Ma-jefty's Ships Flamborongh, and Lys; Swan Sloop; Duke of 'CTsiriberland/ Kingfton, and tile Bardwifck Privateers ; tfcfc Ruby, Turner,. for Turky ; and thfe reft �f the OutWardS-bonnd I Ships. WTndN.E. blows very "bird. The ffhnftarga Arms, aad the Hope, fawn London, are attryeditrtsh^rgn.  Thc?a%,Cc% ftsfm Newfoundland, at Naples. The Stubbihgt'on, Wederbon, frdia ditto, at ditto. The Conftainjftiei Bka^j from Mahone at Venice.  The Lady F.r^notfcft, Sprongj from Amflerdam, at Cadi*. The Leghorn F�g�, G;ft=bcryand Mambead, White, from. Newfoundland,' at Leghorn. ThejC)ty of Alter*,; fcefKirjs, from P>terfl>urgh at ditto. The Concord* Afini.Magj^alini* :Dbdderjiage- Gaily, Ojrflbrda, Awia Cdraeiis, Bodraaght, and1 Abraham, ail from Yarmouth*, a*e otmv^ at Leghorn. The Elbftra, Emanuel, Hamburgh-fort, Young Ger-rard$ Peirce Ntcbojsy Ifaa^tand Elizabeth, and the Ham-buijliernaih, all from Falmouth, at Lc^korn. Ydtertiay arrived the Mail* from Horlarid. Ndpkt, 'fan. 31..The 25th Inftant a Courier arrived from Genoa, with cifjiarrfces. from Jfrince- Doria to the Count, the Marquis de r'HopjtaT, Atnba#ador from France, and General,o� the -Gallic ;, the Tendency of all which was, to-'obtaSna Speedy and pbwerful>Supp)y for the Republick. Ltgboritt Feb. 3.. We are aflured, that there are in Ge-�oa thret. Parses-j aad thart General Pallavkini having ffygl\6M} to the Senator that the Fmprefe Queen would Miifefc^nirraf Atafrdry;,' provided- as Things were pat upon the Jarite Footing they were before the htfttrre&ion-, the People, upon Nonce of it, turned their Fury upon fnch of the Nobiiity aa.fovBuredthe Auftrian Party, and iuined.^vejra{PalaFes ; but that divers of the Nobles having. , usitsd* thetnieli'es- with- the Order of Merchants,' Mentis Ba4bce,A%>und to appeafe^he Populace. Accordhjg^Lettejs of the 2Sth"uIt, the Inhabitants of the'Valley of Poncevera had engaged thimfelves'in the Auftrian liitereftfbr the Sum of 46,000 Gcnouins, and 3000 of the-teacE had got iato that Valley under the faid Engagement, tbo* ieenWnfgry by Force. The Inhabitants were to deliver to theSf* Gate in i9ie New Wails "on the. 25 th, the .Care, of [which was entrufted to zoo of their People ; and thsfir 3000 Auftriana,: WJth 4000 Barbets, were to take A&raWge of^ this Opening to pufti their Cauft. Bht the* Affair having been difcovered, the Chiefs and feveral- Accomplices, of this Confpiracy were; feized and made.-Prifoners by the People, who were continually taking up others. Ag^eat, many of; the Clergy, Secular and Regolar,. aie4��t*0vbe in^bkBtaft. Gek�M VeftRd^wtirtidei^ed>Ayvicerherei^ that our Feoafe' hatf *itbc1^thtM$&h -Party, who hadfeh-trenched themfel^s a%oTtirP^a^va�rar and obliged them to,reii^.wftb;gTJeatP^cip^atidrt beyond the Bo-chetta, r^^fi^j^^^'f^'^^iiiym : Ahd wear^infemeov tb�t ^^Mt^Bg^e^feaianQs are ajfem-bling in great>'Nua�twrs tctrjaaaih to .N^S. delia Victoria, and dlSodge the Aeftria'ns from thence. On the- zd a Catalan Bark eatetVfc outrPott,, wkb. Diipajcbss from our Cohfur at -Nferfoill* for the-Gof^oiioent; and'' another Veffelfoon followe^. hiringjbtfb^d feveral French Officers, and.. Leritim.ficbii-^_Ciwxl^o^ M. Belltifle far Ni. det Gunnont,.the Frenqfa Enpy-Extra-oisdiijary to ths:RspnbUcjt� On .the 3 i another' Veffel ar-rived.from..Marieillef, the M�fter,of which.Reports, thit * good many Tartans are eauippingin that Port, and that it is rumour'd there,, th^^erTG^and ifrior of France will foon fail from^ thence. the ijfallies of the Crown to ffitr^^ejief. arc iafcinfprm^d, that the Auflmansftnd Piedinontefe We repatfe^ the Varo ^ but-thjs Piece of N yfaI. Sw'^j-jRf^ 5t:QS�^^<)Wfl4i.^:fo^ Count GaUean totne: iQnfctqinfb^hJB; M^e^tnaj h� 4rniy .fepaffed the Varo^ ift*tfa� betweencthV zd.:and. -yi,. wtth all tnar Equipage; "ArraeT^ind Monitfom,- Wiriiotttithe leaft Lot. We-8fe,al%e<J,: tna^ out; TrjJop will elrsrrd"** Vator andilhat: a^'|i^^r|^'^^;^rm^V'Ce-noa. Buttbewiare litf^OTnti^jz^w^h.iay., ;(h^an-ly z Party of the Impe^iaKfe are to affiffi his^-:Redu�Uom of Genoa, and tKc.feftrt6%fcaBearr?d in ihe^Tbwwi �fong the Coaft of the Weftefn KMera. Glajfe, Feb. 6. The Troops begin To-morrow to fepa-�rate,. in order, to get the Eepafe they To much Want. }� A good^^iOfithem'-waJI bfcfcnt'i�to'Lang�e4()V. ftisremarked^ that if Mi. dfe,WySebaxJtten obtrgtd toffend ] onr/afew Dajr'smgri in;^s,'Jpl^e.dr^� his Army inijft..' abfotutely have wanted Sa^|^ Oca&n'd the Auftrians. Man/eMes, &h 6.- Tfe-LevflW Fleet, which has jaff jentered thisPoiT, is vajfotia^ftweeir Seven and �ight'Mil-tlions. Itcon'fifted pf^3C Sail, of which one only fell into the Hands of EjJgliffi. Ptacmin, 7, S6pve Detechnient', which Prince Picolomini few forwards from Gioghi,- have drfermed -40 Villages df theBalftern Rtviera? a�d�bfiged ail the reft of that (Joait to lay down chert Arms likewife; Milan, Ftb.j. General.Count $chulernberg, whoftaid here fteme Days, fct out two Days ago for Pavia to confer with M+i& Boita, 9^4 bom thence to proceed and take on him. the Command of -the Army. Theiaft Advices mention his acbiafc Arrival ai Novr, and tell ua, that the Counts G'riftani and TaBavicini afflfted at the Council of j| War thai was. held at Pavia.- We^aVe Advice from Ge-nsa, that the Pea&nrs on both Sides have laid down their Arms, .and fubmittedto the Emprefs, and that rn the City Ufelf all was in Confufion. We hear, that the whole Auftrian Army is to march tha Morning, and advance to San Pietra d'Arena. Vienna, Feb. ir. The Prince of Saxe-Hildburebaufett being recurned frord Stiria, he this Morning jsretented to their Imperial Majeftiw three BattaKoas^ndtwo Troops- of Lycaniaris, making together 4000 Men. They arrived inborn- Neighbdurhbdii Yefterday, and were under Armi when their Maje&'ea view'd- them from oarLbe*. Tomorrow they will continue their March towards th'q Low-GottUtrits^ whither 700 ^ifen of the Trato of Artillery from Bohemia are to marcfelikewife, and jtic*of thefeme, for Italy. Bntfeh, Feb. 1^. Befidefr feveral other Circoofftancta which make rathitik M. Sa^-will fooa arrive herej - we know that his Regkaeht �if Uhlans now� bartered at Courtray, are offered hither before the End of the Month. As the Arrivatof the Dnkeof Gamberland^ the Debarkation of fome EngBlh Troops dt Wi' " ral Mordatm^ ^(Mhe Dlipp^tions Biaia^Je-duc, render it prcbable thavthef' t� c^en the Campaign by the Sie^D?; becarefolved tctfentfthither anotherflarg* vifionsand Ammunition, and to au'gthcnf'the Garrifon eonfidembry. The Frenchy if wejtato HaDr'Wo^d, intend to have ijo.cjdo Meh in- the-Lo^-OJantries by tfaej End of March. >^ . , ^ Amflerdim F<fi. t good Elattieir^fince we are informed the* Plenipotenttoiei;of-the refpeSive Powers are . preparing- to (it oaf." -'Tis-faa, they have concerted wilb>M. duThiel,"'ia IgsBntp' with M. de Pay-fieux, to arrive a* Breda aH on th&fame Day: > Hapu* Fef. >2)v iit this^Afterhpon for Breda'; wdit^s-thOBght> thai thVPeafionafy Gilleiand Lord Sandwich will follow hiatOB^Sond^i La O N D O N. Moll of the Spanifh Regtnients, Hbrfeand,Foot^ that back i^rSaVoy, #he^^asftere tieM^t&K'&iteaA} for thek RWefdate- Thef--writf troni^mTeMom^ thatM^fernw�re4bnnihg at-M%rdrf; wilh^^Leigue^f ^^^foi^oo^Hun^ rian Tcoops. who are ejme&ed there fliortly, to eotsatflp tiU ^Obaaioffkhe/Campaign. AT^enl^rHc^iaT^^po^lu^lt Coldgnelor ail it ijinder Gene-;atBrt^ and Winay defign \wpwetp-4 it Jias ^antityof Ero- three ll^ttay^itberWi^^ or any other, We'hear that fo Hambwgherr are takeir by the Alge-rinesr aod^lfo r*o,Portug^eM^hap5; bound for Cad�. Lttttr from Portfmoiif%'�ikt i:8. � Yefterd^ Adteh^*y�g ^eidb> St. Helens b the < Superbe, with the CblchcfteV^ndLitchfield. TheWind 8coi^(^lb^p^rsfiii^fltotheW.cllwid, fte'ra,�&c;-uadfer her Convoyi Aimed at f; Nja^^&ojnivfirtitricoj/lRJeh < with SSgir afid'CclEelji iaken by the William aMAnne, ' Wratted1; ^Hi'chShip me I4 .efi Jail' perifli'd, . , /. � Oh'.Wednefday Nrght there was a very gteand Enl6r:f4in'-ment at hb Grace the Duke of Bedford's 'jn BlocapiBisiry-)fqcare, ar which were prefent the Minifters df State, fe-^veral of the Foreign Minifttrs, and many" of ltd' Nobility. ' '! Yefterday the Right Rev. Dr. Gedrge La\'rngtb'n, Bt-fiiopof 'E7Kter, did"Honia^toirreMajelry-itrthVClofer, dh his being confecrated BifijQp 6f^ that Dioafe.' On Monday, laft was married at- Kingfton; neax Taunton in Somerfetftiire, Henry ^ctwijes, of^Neriierway. in the County ofDevoB, to Mifs Luttrell,' Heiref* o'fJEhm-, file ; a young Lady ofigreat Merit, Virtue and^ Beauty. On ' Wednesday Uft ^homas Mafftenr of Baft-Grinftead in S'uflex, wa? married to Miis the'roem-'lBl'M ?tiHMg& ^Mr.Efifev tobe acquaint t AoAion of Figures that was to. haye^: andTo-morrowiajh^Boufe Utthe;^ pon'd 'till Monday, tod Tttef^y nejc^.. interfenote With his Gt^ce thpDtikebr � Yefterc^y John Parry was commixed' to NewMte^y Thomas Buraus,^Efq^^ for ifeloniflMy ^alch^aa^ �nyifig s&j a Parcel of Coals;, the Properiy of Mr. G&xn.. ~ The fame, Day Francis Hill wa*cft$$^ged tprQterkea . that las ispoft-Icduntof it* weft feidewsy, t>y- thf ,,L.wwlg,,...w Cheefe oat06Ae "Shop ofMr.Benneti a at'Clare rhirket? Astwas'Rfdhiidl^i^td' the^|aioe:ffateJ,'fbr. Ladder; .^Vi6|^^�^-Wgfo; i^lch wW hisPoffeffioilK offer^fe^toSafe ' TeS^one t)f jthe* ConSableW* of itftfffim, where � fevtraf People wore Disking-; the Company accidea-� tally fpiakingtbf Murda**^ thathaa been confuted in � thefeTarta, he aiked rienj^hetheir they fid not remem-� ber a *u�eri� have^iefi o^imte^Sx^-Eidtfbe- I � pany remembered it i qpoa which he began tp {beige afly of thTCTrclSn^c^iofm* M�?^ :c^fioned ^. jP^I^Mk^ abferVe that i^agh, tB bitegvhicWelf-itJpon which, [he pany reme fb'veryparii deri ri^f if he had~faid went put of 1 AidandAiD �Pl*ee^lIeSf e&a- rJieWttir^ theFac^ was feffion,' " ' That himfelf and two mote Mfotte! feme Stf^5 laia Murder, roWd-the'^&JB^^"c,f v,T (one of which helays-fae hid) threie'Gpld ftiigsf a Pair thre^him inro^e L>^et In hdpe>ilFbi4 obttp-!Sea} but the-Body.iya> thrpwft�op. .atjt. ; n5liTwar thi/Tow^ ^f^l!^*! to WinchefteRGoal, and tried at the i^ollowt 1^ihe-r|faa,=3uld''c^ald bot^ eaft^ c|p|er Geal, b^^-WorftiBfoV?^,.. the XaftlceVof the Peace for Tim County.* APVE RT IS F- M li N T S are taken ia tor ibis Paper, Li.oyd'8 CoFFgp-Hoysj, in .Lorribard-Strect

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