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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^ . , ^ Amflerdim FM. 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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