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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 9, 1746, London, Middlesex                                a /i *M O N D A'Y), . M ^�ch     ;1744*7. RRIVED his Majefty's Ship the �rinc& Edward aad Sajufh Sloop from the Eafiward. Carne,.dawvn the Manchester, Cook, ifor;IjC-Verpertf f ' Richard, aii'd EJiza.-bcthj.Wareh&m; for Exoh ; Etizaljeth, Pitman,>,iar �\$r flWttth*' ani KHiain wkh;the Men bf 'War, -and' Privateers, arid the Outward-bound as in toy laftr WirSfcNsrth.' The Aurora, Rofs, from London, is arrived at Dublin. The Crown'd Prince,, Cloundell, from Gottenburgh, at ditto.     - 1    1 v ' The Dublin Merchant,Thomas, from London, at ditto. The Ma^gart^^and Anner fiatier, from London, at Kurfale.".     "    ..   - . � .        ;. Tt�. Kings of Brentford, Skinner, from London, at Youghall.   �   .   -     ' ' v"    Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland jV7�> Feb. -ft.- General Count Brown, wIkms now per-fec'riy-rccovercil,- has taken the RoatLof- Savona, with ihe infantry of his Ar-apy^except. jqoW 10 Battalions, which his EwpeHency has. left jn this Country, to defend it, in ConjanAioH with the Piedmontefe, if the &netny- fhould attempt-to attack rt, It k tkougju, that t his General^ will detach./�p,ooaMen frorofSavsaa, under. the;Goarmaj*d of General Roth, to reinforce Count S^ujemberg's- Army at Novi.   " ' , 1   . Nizza, ftk. 17, The Auftrians Mill canton along the Vara,, to bbferve the Motfor^ .of. the; FrencJ?.. .Count firowjn paJd-a^ifil the" Da^.ltffeve Ye^Leidayio Admiral Medley,, whofa Squadron as iai thejRoad of Viliafrarjcha, andafttfr being receiv'd with all poffibie Honours, return'd Ccvthe-Gztinp&^fffbfs Artrck dors not agreei*it�>'/tie foregoing^ The Troops detaeb'd from the Auftrian Army, to Jointhofe undert3cnmrSchuleii�berg, continue their March with all.p0fujj|e Expeditions ant} jCare- is: taken to eftablifli Maga^es^pymthedSjoad for their^Subfinance. .  , Milan, FiS.�2.' We, are preparifig,-jvith all Expedition; to fin& a jr.'fiit many Pieces of. hejyy Cannoti from the Citadel to Count Schuletnberg  and", we hear, from J9ovi, that this Gcneraf has-ordejed thither rn the Engineers-, Officers cfi-Artifieryi C^annoneqrsj and Bombardiers, thatcWbejfo^di^theF^ti'e^o/ Lombardy, to employ-ihemm,.ih^ �- m- b�-MJt^kfcc^&nMc Turin, to confult with-tbe King. of-Sa*di�iaV i�'��'yet ^arnjftJ,''r The Auftrjansjiave rsmfprced feVeral.JJoib in( $*rj�jd)e]-. of &$viai �\Xhe^o\� -vUA c^&|rejEb Watfc.to)thelr Capital, "begins in this Valley, the Genoefe iHfnvetftately apjjear'd in^great Numbers.ujidet-Axgu^. There Juve.jince been frequent Rencounters between the Parties on both Sides; but the Genaefe, unabre to f^and the great, Prre of the German; Grenadiers, have alway* $$i$prir.. We hear, thai the Inhabitants of,the\P .-. ^ VuKna^JAmcb t. The 15th paft the Empfefs-C^JJeen ^jti-^H- Day in Cooncit upon the Affairs ofjhe, Goyerr^-ment. Serjeant-General Count O Donnel 'arrived" here from N'raaa the tame BayT-and reported to her Majeftjr ail that haf_pafl^d tn Her Imp^SatMajefty. wwft well ^Us^ed withlhe (Condya^. Cj^m gnpj^i^ th^tjifie>has wbitbct the Regiment of Co�dona,vTC�eairy,> vfagfej � iere in GarrifoD^itf ftsin#^rt*a*th;- 'There is a Talk of feoding * &eft� S^^-^^r^Ttmj� -;4nto' the low-Coujiyies, and. afl t^"e ^S^ettfsf;wlid,are, to Cpfire tticxe, are'ottered to  ifr l^o�s,\�^rtl ^andwfch and A^IeiT^alThieJ'A)^ C^h^^Sxi^pv^aC" AJjer Dinner rfefe^inifters had a private. (?OnfeKn&, WrftCh laded .till Eight?r9trre'Evenir^.(-_Qn the ^TW'T deK-iaqinasJiad 'a privaii^rHeHri^".^!^!! l^r4^n4^sK..an^5.Nig^t hi. de Chavannes d frjatch'd a Courier for Tsiin.   Moll or tne'Vther^Minifiers have alio Tent ^xp'relleT to thlFr | Courts, and, w>.S^,vAat,U^,cr.fiicul5fe concerning the 1 , Adffi i aW-pi >W e.I^HJCr^ ^nd^Sajdj^iap,. hfo yet got oy.e^^tho^^bi^  ke* of Gn^dagfltdlo, && ChidiBe^a^ of Honouf to the Pope5/, and Keeper'of thffPoitificaTGhapeJ, refigned his Pofts i&Favourof his Son, with tKe**ufuil legal Formattties, io� the Hands of the Govcnof of Home, the Aflfeffor of, th� Inquifition, arid two Ad,�3cat� of the Confiftory p^j^rdinals, ^ O^ the 7th. InilanHt fei^bt died fuidenJyvafc^ ingt the M�TO,ai? of Santa Croce, Grunge?-of  .Cokmel ,qf.the,.,Span^;T*pops? who Jj|rjfljt on his Journey to Naj>teiiL  This. Day the, Se? State received an E#ateMg| with Norjceof tbje,; Nettunao of 500 Span�f^s from the Coa&'.'^j Naples   . , .   '.>'' �  McDr ^nd was-fo�-taertyh'u Majeliy'f S|o9p,tl^e Wolf. 1    L  ON   D  O  N. Marfhal Saxe, to'whoA the Fre'rich.'King bad given the Pqwejflf^c�utfjng- the General Oflicers^tc ferve imdjej h.^ni in the Netherlands, has de�red 40 be excufed from the Ex * r. YoAerd^y * Comn\iffion pafe2d the-Greet^ Seal, '-ar } ing the Right Hon. the Lord Chancellor tq be LcraTHri * Steward", during5he Trial of Sinioa Lora* Lovar, *Ujhu:t begins. thisX>ay,. aed be is torb^ brought f-i-ai", tr^T6#er ^o'V^e8miBiter-iiafl ^t .Eleven o'Clock, in or^er^to'laBe The following Gentlemen are'appointed ;to"Be Managers rorvthe Trial of the Lord Lonr, ~v\z4 Sif-Wfllia-m.'Sfeunge; hi. Mr. Attorney General " M*. Soliicitcr-C/eiarai' Lord Barringcon Lord "Coke ' Mr. Legg 'Sir John Strange Sir 'Rkli^-d Lloyd R^f,&ree"nvilfeT' " Mr. Ljttl|(p�. Mr/Charles Hrwnilton Gordon;'.Mr. .f or&Mr. Forfter, And Mr.r.George .Rqfi,IlTr,..Hugh Fufer,: and   Mf. ivice,  that-the fa id four Ships are a Silve;-f;si:h, at his with Child,, and tiax �be/will not, :for.that Reafon, can- g tr.U> utfe jo, the Para de of. a. Rjeyal Cam paign.   Q leera^Pf-ficers are daily fetting put froju that Capital for Namur, Sedan and Metz. The Sarah! and Elizabeth, who failed with the Tranf-ports^frcKn Ireland,: is put back to Kinfale. Saturday came aa. Account, rfet the OVr, ffom--- baaid trj GTsrfgow', wltK * Fi^.^e&fp,' '^cc..^ ^icb was tajfan.     thje.g-rench, -is- tetak as .-/worn in before, the.Coramiffi^neFS: of hk Maj�ity'.3 CuftomsvV . '' Oa Saturday; Morning '-th�_ Bodj^ Of :a Male CHffJ. without a-FJcad1, was fouiid }n a Ditcn. 'id' W-jgmorc-rpw, hear Marybqne* � '    ,' , .ThcRcy. Mr. Sleecl), Archdeacon of Corrt^-al} is made Canon of Exeter. Op Friday laJt dfed Mr. Cnt'flon Houfe in CHeapfide. - Laft Week djed"Mrs."Pye,' Wife of "Dr." Py'-; of Mile-End..        ...   ;       .     ... ......... . On^Saturday was toinrnitfed to the Gatethoufe, by Tho,-nas EHys, ECq; of .New, Palace-y2rd, Jjhn .Rouere, for entrmg the H.oJ"e'"pf foin Broughtpo at, \h'e'Bjbugh-ton's HeadTh th�f IJaym^rkjet, and fleajing Wearing Apparel, to aconfiderable Vajue. r ' R    E    L    A    N ' D. Dublin, Feb. 28*   Yefterd.ay died of a; Pleuretick Fev*r, !^at his Houfe in Wh^^flieet thf Honi "Charles Anoefly, Efcj^ GeavTeraan^ttiVerUi^b^l^ for his rn;iny Virtats-. b&w&s ihe neKf>-H�1r to ihe iioaoiwVnd EAaw of the Earf ofAogfefei, r . { .   - .vC>-  ; . We hear from ManootS in the- County or" Kiliare, 4 hat as foon-as-thejf. received, an Account of tha/Marriage of the Right 'Honeare&fe-lthe Eari of KiWare w*t� the Lad/ JtifapMLxnffi |&n^6je^6f % Gr>ceJ.^e.:D|m:of Ric^-?�5Jk "8'Tjibu|5iB'ds''of '^eopip .afiembJed,.-. t.Manooth .to. ftj^ice tbgether on &at ba; py Occafion.   The Caftle and t^.rjwn I forroed-bf ontftsontrou^l BJaze; with B'ohS^ran'cV'iJSchin^-flatj *S5hs '.jtvery orie; ex^ltdtbe hioft"'arpentcWitEes For Lord O^hally, and air'wefe'deligh'tVd with the Prpfpcft of ifhe Continuance of that itfuftrious Fartnly,'thepf etent Earl being.the.onfy furvjving Iffue Male of the Houfe of Kildare. ia& uriday Eveohrg ^Mrs. Levinge; Wife - of'R icfiard Leviogej Erqi was fefeiy del vered of a Oaiighte'r, to the jg&g&jfiy, of tl\p>JEaiflily,,�� -            T jh�^?v."ilohn lickim, A.M. MinHleYof G16gliran, \s prelitfiteef by hls^xSe'tfeRcy the Lpri- Lieu.teha^f to the Pi^tbry'of Bajlyg^f^^the Diocefe Jf ^cJatHi      ,    .-t ' The Account of tha^P/stender's Friends re-landing in iScoUatid^ an4 in their M4njfietto- threatSMn^[that 'MjHhav^y vNatiod with a fecorid i^iioVi^vl\^'rfor reciuirding the Pa": '^J^^i^^'JBk^k jn,'tfl^Cpoi� iflt, #e .Cowty. idon, .Baker. -cfHR Merchants and Trisers of jhi.Cif?\.of Lor/Jon, are drfit,ed triplet-aMkcGraNti Tavern, �� Wefa*fd*f rbe .1 xth of.. ld>>t. Inftaht M*  utmifl ~ Imffi'tanct. -;-?--------r-~- ^ank Stock rivPnce. . ]>;:iia Jjuto no-^ri.e South Sea Stocl  ;',� ^.4ths,5 Mi\[i-h Bank ,Ei]uivdera:^_ i^rff. Roxal Affiirance jhq Price. London A'ffu^^ce>lcV:V^f: Englifh'Copper  d^tto 5 1. Sevr,rf pCT' .C^rit'.^rimperor's T 9.an, -no Puce C .cjTatio� ' r. ^p. i .'in."., luiA  ilK�0.�- ��       , Aftkaj^lTo a Brief for reboilding the* Parifh ChuVcb 4-. Five per Cent:'di^o no-'Pri-je.- -Ban-c 4'h  ics. -Pr.   India" Bends ; r 1. 1.9 'si * 2 1 ...  'TW.Sfida hatf-Sa^r7457'ndP^iie;'    fhtee and a half pe'r Cent Jxche^M Offers no Price.   Three per Cent. ditt$^P/�
                            

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