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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 25, 1746, London, Middlesex \ - .WEDNESDAY, FebKuarv 25, 1746-7- ("SB" February 23. �M AIN in the Downs iris Majc- f'sShiprdie Greyhound, Lys, 4 F^afcorough, Hound Sloop, ^Rtik* of C^berland, Klngfton, ^4 Vthe mrdwick Privateers. Wind:E.S,E. ExtraSof a latter fromHanover, Feb. 21. * The Recroits for our Troops in the Allied Army have * all been fent away within a Week paft, as have alfo the * New Clothes, made in this Electorate tor thofe Troop, * and four Fieid-fteces 'for the two Regiments of Mun-' chow and Cheufes, how upon the March for the Low-' Gountriea. * The Convention made between the Ele&oral Houfe of * Brunfwick and the City of Lubeck, with refpett to the * Lord(hip and Bailiwick of Mollen, has been fent to * London, in order to be there ratified. The Mortality of * Cattle has not ceafed yet jn this Country, but, on the ' contrary has broke out in feveral Parts that were not be- * fore infe&ed. However, it does not rage with fo much * Violence-as it did fome Time ago. Lifbgn, Feb. 6. The Rio Janiero and Bahia Fleet is happily arrived in the Tagus, and has bronght immenfe Treasures, as well for the King, a* on Account of the Merchants and private Peribns. The 31ft of laft Month a ktrge French Privateer, called the Dauphin, failed without the Bar to cruize on the Englifti Merchants: But on 3d Inftant the Bland ford Man of War followed and took her, and brought her in here the next Day. Cologne, Feb. 24. General Count Palfi paffed thro' here this Evening in his Way to Aix-la-Chapelle, where he is ro command in Chief the Imperial. Troops during the Ab-fence of Count Bathiani. The Waters of the Rhine have got over their Banks, and fome of the Streets of this City are overflowed. LONDON. The King of Sweden has ordered four Solemn Days of Failing and, Prayer foV the prefent Year, viz. April 10, May 22, June 19, and September 11, all according to -the Old Style. The French' King has fent rich Prefents to all the confi-derable Peribns in the Court of Drefden, and 8000 Louis-d'Ors to be diftribated among, the inferior Officers and Domefficks of his Polifh Majefty\ His Electoral Highnefs of Bavaria is expected at Dref- ft. The Eleanor of Sunderland, Lionel Tate, was drove ' on Shore near Boftbn Scaulp : All the Hands went into ' the Boat without any Oars, but next Day were drove ' fafe on Shore. 4 Several other VeiTe la loft with tbeir Crew, and fevera! ' others driven on Shore, whofe Names cannot be known ExtraSyf > Letter fhm D^r^jteb^At 1 Since my laft arrived iu the Jto^cfie CMtevF^�PF< Capt. Oiiris, .Commander, bavingJbken a Fre^hvEjft-ing Boat of Boloign* with /even Meb,,biffri Men, 66 of which were landed at Scaford, on Snturday. in, the Afternoon. The Articles of ImpeaefctBent exhibited againft Simon Lord Lovat, for High Trralbn, are ordered to be forthwith printed. Yefterday feveral Deferters were taken up on the Parade, and committed to tbe Savoy. TheCorpfeof the Lord Bamff, is to be brought over' from Ufbon, in order to. be inrerr'd in Scotland, amoqgft his AnccftOR. Laft Thurfday Gregory Elfley, Efq; of Momit Sf. Jphn near Thirfk in Yorkftiire, was married at Kjpk-Deigtoa in the lame County, to Mifs Rachael Froggat,. of that Place, a m'oft accompliih'd young Lady with a very band-fame Fortune. Yefterday Mr. John Henniker, jun. of Stratford in Effex, was married to Mifs Major, a young Lady of great Merit, Beauty, and Fortune. . � - His Majefty has been moil gracioufly pleaied-ta promifc his Pardon, and a Reward of One Hundred Poobds to .any one who fhall difcover his Accohiplices inltfefj' Sfetde'r of Harman Seager, who was attack'd by feveral- Mettin Difguife, with three others, in an empty Barnj near the Road on the Top of Kingfcfawn-Hill, inline, Pari&r of Bor in Wiltflrire, on the 2d Inftant-tt^Partkidaribj'tvbicb may be feen in this Paper ofjhe gib lnfiant. On Saturday laft died greatly lamentedj, at he^Houfe in St. James's Square, Lady Betty Heai^cote^ojn^Sjft.e* to the Right Honourable the Earl of JWacctefi4�t Lady whofe diffinguifti'd yirtue and Piety added a Luftre to^hef Birth andrTitle, and rendered her m the* compfeateft nvan-ner dear to her Friends and Relat'iona. She was a PeirftH of extenfive Underftanding, Grave and Serious, and was never more delighted than in Difcourfes concerning.,-Religion (a Subjeft too much neglefted, a.hd too little under* ftood.) She was a moft indulgent Confort, a tender Pa--rent, and a faifhfal Friend. The Coscem for the Lofs.of fo excellent a Perfon can no way be Jeffetfei, but by. the firm Perfuafion, that flie is entered into a more excellent State of Being. On Monday laft died of the Small Pox the yojmgeft Son of Charles Bertie, Efq; at fiis Houfe in Abingdbn-Buildings, Weftminfter, and a very bear Relation of n<9 Grace the Duke of Ancafter, LordGFeaf Chamberlain of England. On Monday laft died, at his Houfe ih Southward in the "57th Year of his Age, Mr. William Robinfon, a tofc-fiderable Ironmonger. Laft Week died, at his Houfe in Stanhope-ftreet, Mr, .Dixon, an eminent Taylor, much eileem'd b'y all his Acquaintance. Yefterday Morning a Pire broke out at a File-Cuttef's Houfe near Tower-hill, which greatly alarmed the Neighbourhood, but by timely Affiftance it- was extinguifb'd without doing any confiderabbe Damage. 1 B A N K R U P, Y S. John Everard, of Colchefter, in the County, of Eflex, Bricklayer. Duncan Campbell, of Swanzey, in the County of Glamorgan, Shopkeeper, Dealer and Chapman. fr!gh-Water this Day at London-Bridge, at xz Minutes after 12. ' - ' . * HAY-MARKET. T the KIN G's THEATRE in the HAY-MARKET, Saturday next, will be perftna'd in A opera, all'd R O X A N A. With Dances and other Decorations, particularly ' At the End of the Opera. A REPRESENTATION of a Magnificent Garden in FIRE-WORKS, of* an extraordinary and entirely New Tafte. ' " Pit an n� Whatever to be utniutted behiad^thf^ij"^' The GaUery will be opep'4 at Foar�*fi9ock.%' Pit ahfcM To begin at Sir o\CS$ki ^> The third Sobferiptinn being' finift _ this and every P*7> fifflD Ten VCIwJc in rthe, in tie Afternoon, at the Opera-^fficfr ' " der tp.td^ in SoWbriptiwn for the " vhiek.*afj^<3iJritE-a, Kcw Opera, foon as it i? pofilble to bring it wpon^iat p Y E RT IS E M E N T S are aken in for this Paper, � Lioyd's Coffii Hoysii Lomtjard-Streetx ........ *3$?sda
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