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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 2, 1746, London, Middlesex                                \M O.N D A;Y, ,1746-7- - ,-�      . v--- t  '              . � The following is an&acl: LIST of thelSHiPs we had an Account of tynng: taken ty the Enemy in the Month of Febrjja&y� : a Cape Breton Lovely Betty $ Two Brother* � Pelfican \Ekanonr 4 King Tamina Fly 5 Leviathan Jonathan Caefer Jane o Robert amf Sarah Lilly Leopard Yacht Lnduftry 13. ^ilUam,and Eliza Jamaica Packet 16 * King William Fifoer FriiceCnarJes 17 JBfe^taaiid; Martha Boyd/ irj'A^rave" 3Chinning Molly 23 Lively 26 Maryland Merchant Hamility Atlas Sneceis    Maftert. Millar Wane Wilftiman Gadin Ham Craven French Prowfe Nickols Btddall Corinerie Lyon Loader Wallace Trevellian Irife Donaldfon Cot lb Carter Baker .Steward Wilkie From   Morlaix Galicia; St. Maloes Carew Oldlng Robin Ton Davis Humphry s Jack Wheeler .Watts Ougiet �Fox,... job   v Jamaica Ditto London . " Virginia Belfaft Virginia ,GWgQW Plymouth Faro Virginia Falmouth Virginia Scotland St KIu's Poole So^haihpton-Newfoandknd Ditto Ditto Jamaica London Jamaica London Virginia Weymouth London Barbadocs London Penryn Carolina London Carolina London Weft of Scilly off Beachy Lat. 49 Weft Indies -Ditto off-Berryhead at Sea '<.: Lat. 49   . at Sea Weft of Scilly off the Start offCapeFmiftre Weft-Indies off Beachy in Soundings at Sea -Ditto Ditto St. Sebaftian's Boloigne * the Engliflj Men left aboard overppwer'd the Frtnch* and brought her into Bal-more Havannah Ditto Havre St. Male's ranfomed for 160* 1. St. Maloes Ditto  Dieppe St,3ebaftian'� Martinico Dunkirk St. Sebaftian's St, Maloes Ditto Bayonne "   art required by his Majefty's Orders In fiouhciv 'pabljjlHpd in the London Gazettes of the i^ar.d z^:of 0^tiarf ^laff, to forreniier tnemfelves- wlthV��4o.^^''ta^'jSB6 their Trials fir tEi $ud 'Gfcpqkf in j^rio�$$7af ljf~%& palled the laft Se^ons/^pre^ent^SajW^ng,. not one^)f them have as yetWtfhderecl^r't^^|re^>Jhat Pujr^ i fo that any V6xCijn'yMfi^[i^elu^\'sbY one tjf^he fan! Smugglers, after the expiration of the 40 Days, w�il be entitled to a Reward of 5001.   And all Perfohs* wjbo fhall harbour, receive, conceal, and'abet �or"%cour any -of the Offenders, not furrendrirife thernfdves^watHin Ihe Forty Days, .will:be liable to!be tra�lporwd foVfeven Years.        - _    V '   .     .:� .\ -,t We hear, by thej)efire '^-.^f^^^ii/^^^ Gentry^ that Mr/HandeT,, will exhipjat: in Len^oineiKan-Ccal .Performances, in Order thereto he hascompos'd a New Oratorio.� . , .    ^ Oh -Saturday laft Mr. Thomas Selby, an eminent Whit-fter at Mitcham in Surry, was married to Mifs Kobins of Red-Lion:ftreet, an agreeable fbung Lady, with a liaad-fome Fortune,, . ,.        ./.,',       ': .       . The Gfoucefter Mail, that., was takep'front behindf the Poft-Cha^ was brought�.cn Satufday(, Mittii'ng to too General Pbft-Office, by a Porter; ici. a Box u�o^ened^ , On Saturday Evening' laft Mr. Sotro, Tdy^sta^ St. Paul's- Church-Vard, was defrauded'By twqM|nr|pie^ly. drefs'd, who came to his Shoprand icheap.eh'i-^oite^*' rnond Rings, and antongfeveral,  fix'd.tvpoft'Ofe^f/lBNa Guineas Value, but wottTd*1eaye' ti^W^m&t^m^ which th^elww'd'ma'Fiifr^tnefJ^ ther it would pleaf^: the.Perfon1 theyipjrewna^^jiw5!3r^ and Qio�ld come agajn id a Ifc^Time; a^.inl^ut aa Hours l^me they returnttl, fay'ing^they ^uff feefllome'of highjtrPrices, and'after lookibg/onftvei-atn^'d'on o^e of fifteen Guineas/Value, and madp/ub iie|M�hey tn^y ^ fore paid in the Purfe that Sum, bu^TodiFfo>ttur'Ii... ....y exchange tha^Purfefoi another^, wfth aftjrfomel^ae^ of iLead'in^lt. .m'd-madft^^fefore^he^feig^^niQfiw^ EMABfettbe Downs his Ma jefty's Ships',^and the Priva-teers, as mentioned in my Uft. im& s.s.E. The William, Daxon, from Cork) is arrived at Barbadou. Fienxa, fop. zz, N.S. Yefterday Morning their Imperial Majefties reviewed the Second Column of Lycanians, that are going to join the Army in the Low-Countries. Thev were 1000 Men compleat, and had Prince H;ld-borgnanfen, who has raifed and difciplined them, at their Head, arid gave entire .Satisfadlion to all who few them. As foon as the Review wasover, they porfoed their March, and will be followed next Week by a Column of Huflars of the fame Nation. Liege, March 3, N.S. The Roads from Germany to the Low-Countries are full of Imperial Troops, which follow fucceffively. The Infantry, for the greater Expedition, are carried down the River fn Boats. Hague, March 7, N.S. We hear from Bruffels, that Marfhal Saxe was expected there by the End of this Week; and fome Perfons belonging to his Houfcold were already arrived. And from Paris, that the Field Equipages of the French King were ordered to be in Readinew forhis Journey to the Netherlands, where he propofed to be by the Middle of April. LONDON. Letters from Vienna fay, that the whole Numbtr of Lycanians deftin'd for the next Campaign amounts to 1 j,ooo Men, which are to be divided between the Service of Italy and the Low-Countries. Part of theSpanifti Troops, which compofed the Garri-fon of Tortona, are arrived -at Burcelona in fix Barks from Oneglia. They write from Stockholm, that feveral General Officers arc preparing To fet out for Finland, in erder to join the Army now aifcnibfirig thrre, and that (bme Regiments are ordered oat of Sweden into that Province, which are to be ready to go on board the Tranfports at the firft Notice. An Officer arrived in Provence from Genoa affirms, that there are now 2c*,t>oe Men regimented in that City> ana that the-utmoft Diligence is ufed in preparing their Uniforms. Some Adrlctt fay, that an Auftrian Deferter has (hewn the French at Antibes a Place where the late Befiegers buried feyeral Cannon before freir Retreat; that they were at Work to get them out of the Earth ; and that tho' the ^Number was not certainly known, they were fare of Letters from Fortt'Qfient inention the^Arrival there of a. Ship from Martinico in 43?)^ys� the-ivfefter of which reports, that he cam^tMit in Company ^ith the large Fleets but feparated^t Se?.     'I ">� '    �� -��' In Cohfequence of fome Djfpatches ttteelyed from th� Earl of Sandwich, after the private Conference betweetl his Lordlhip and Meff. du, Thi^.and.Macanas, Courit Harrach, Plenipotentiary from the Emprefs, is fet out for Breda. Extraa of a Letter froth Copt. MmeUniofb, of the R$ak Exchange, from Lauderno, near Brefl, 7ati. 18.       < ' I failed from Jamaica as I acquainted you, b?t the   ' wards of five Hours and made her twice fiieer off; bat ' at laft was objig'd to ftrike, having no Arnmunition left.  They conduced us to Miffifippi, where we lay.four ' Months; and tho' they exchanged all my People, would ' not permit me to go, but fentme to Breft, in a Frigate � of War.' On the ipth Ioftant failed from Cork the Fleets for the Straits, and the Weft- Innies, under Convoy of four Men of War, with a ftrbng Gale at N.E. The Induftry, Burt, from Bofton for London, which was taken by a French Privateer, afterwards met with bad Weather, and was forced on the Coaft of Ireland, where the Frenchman that had been put on board, ddiver'd her up to two Engliflimen, who have carried her into Caftle-haven. Yefterday being St. David's Day, the Tutelar Saint for Wales, the fame was obferv'd at Court as a high Feftiv-il, when the Knights Companions of the feveral Orders of the Garter, Tfarftle and Bath, wr*e( their Collars, in Honour of the Day. To-morrow the Right Hon. the Lord Chancellor will hold the Second General Seal after Hillary Term at Lin-coln's-Inn Hall. On Saturday Admiral Warren, fet out from h;s Lodgings in New-Bond-ftreef, for JJerkfhire, for a few Days. Mr. Crane, an eminent Apothecary in St. ja,mes*s-ftreer, is appointed by his Graae the Duke of Grafton, Lord Chamberlain of his Majefty's Houfhold, to be Apo> thecary to his Majefty, in the room of iVfe-. Warren, de-cento. Yefterday tfie Lord Cfcaven fet .out for the Bath for the Recovery cf his Health. Ext raff of Letter from Gojpirt, Feb. z5. * On Tue/day the Poole Man of War was paid at Spifr  head ; as was Yefterday the Exeter, at the fame Place., ' Hjs Majefty's Shin the Prince GeoTge has bftn-fo the Dock, and is now fitting out for $ea with the^jnb^ * Expedition. '.-f^-i* � It is /arner, ______ tl^^d^^'^G^ftlwl had thePleaiare of tier Acquaintance. Oa Saturday died in Great Ruffel-ftreet, Bloomfbury, Mr. Booth, a wealthy Corn-Chandler. �   > i Not long fince died of the Stone, Mr. Nobs, at his Houir in York Buildings, at theAge of eighiy-four j who according to his Requefl before bis .Death, was opened, and two Stones as large as Pallet's Eggs were taken out of-his Bladder. They are worn flat pn one SiiSelliy lying againft each other, and as hard as a common Pebble?.  ' On Friday laft John Bruce, was coiqrnixted to Newgate by Richard Haffel,, ECq-, charg'd cn Oath with jfealiHg a Bay Marej the "Property of a Butcher near 'Barnet. On Saturday laft E$jggbeth Strong, an-old Offender, was committed to JbfewTrTfon", by Thomas Burdn% Efq^ for putting off to Mrs. Elizabeth Addifon, a counterfett-Shil-lingmade of bafe and mixt Metal, knowing: thefame'1 to be filfe and counterfeit. At tbc tups flie-was fearch'dj feyeral more Pieces were taken'out-of her Mouti, and others Ihe fwallowcd. "  And Yefterday John Ecclefton, and Ma^ Lynch were committed to the fame Place, by "the fame Gentleman,\for breaking open the Shop of Mr. Thotnas Caryl, a Mercer in Southampton-ftreet, near Covent-Garden, on Thtfrfday Night laft, and taking out of it 17 Pieces of SbaHcons, and other Things, his Property, Part of which were found in their Poffeffion.    . ~   . On'Saturday laft at the Sefficms-Heufe irt the Old Baily, John Blaw, of Caftlehill, in the County of Fife, Efe; was admitted to Bail, himfelf bound in the Sum of 5001. and four others in 2501. each ; and then the Court atijourned. The next Seflions will begin at Weftminfter and Guildhall on Monday the 27th of April; at Hicks'?-baft, on Tuefday the 28th ; and on Wednefday :ke 29th at the Old Baily. Whitehall, Feb. 28. The King has been pleafejd-to grant unto the Right Honourable^James Earl of KUdare in the Kingdom of Ireland, the Dignity of a Vifcount of the Kingdom of Great-Britain, by the Name, Style ^nd Title or Vifcount Leinfter of Taplow, in the County of Buckingham- Dnblin, Feb. 20. The Regiment of Horfe commanded by Sir John Ligonier, and that of Dragoons Byv Major General Hamilton, are arrived here.fr n� Liverpool, excepting two Tranfports, which could not weigh 4SnehV with the reft, but are eapeaed every Tide. _ Dublin, Feb. .1.7. On Saturday laft died at *w Seat at Shroulan4� �n. the County of KtWare, Robert ^lerydhh, Efq; of'an antierit Faniily, and is to-b'e interred in the Family Vault at St. Patrick's, Du67jn. ' . : Laft Week died Mrs. Mary Lee, of Cullen in thcCoua* J?;ty of Weftmeajh. ^ Laft Sjnday was 'interrei^in,S.t. jfa   

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