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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 16, 1746, London, Middlesex N ff'M B. 5565. MONDAY, March 16, 17^ Dealt March 14. IS Majefty's Ships the Greyhound antl the Furnace Bomb, with all the Oat ward-bound are failed to the Weftward. Remain-his. Majefty's Ships Chefter, Commodore Mitchell j Prince Edward, 'and FeTrhSloop ; and (he three Privateecs. Wind N.E.byN. Genoa, Feb. 25. The Corficans, who are well affected to the Government, have declar'dto our Comiffary General, that iCheywould fend 2000 Men to onf-Snccour, if re--quir'd. Several armed Barks, which the/have fern from Calvi, Ajaecid, and Sc. Bonifacio, have taken five Veffels laden with:PrOvifions for the Auftrians. Turin, March 5. The People at Alexandria, Valenza and Tqftooa, are actually jmfy in drawing out the Artillery, which the King has engaged to fencfto Count Scbp-lemberg for reducing ihe Genoeie. A Commiffary of War is fet out from hence for the Varo, in order to agree ~ with the French Commiflaries about the Ranfom and Exchange of Piedmdnteze Prifoners. We expeft therefore fooo to fee M. de Suza, Brother to the-Princefs of Carig-nan, at Liberty. He was taken Prisoner about three Years; ago, in an Expedition made by the French arid Spa-nifh'Troops-'ander thePrmce of Conti. We have received here from Tortona the Detail cf the Affair at Campo Morbne, * General Schulemberg having obfenred,that his advanced Pofts had not ftrfficieHt Com- * munication with one Another, and that they wereTin Dan-' ger of beii^tattjff, 'he eatrfed'the Mountain of La Sef- * ra to be amck'i by Cer^raT Keil, while General Ar- * dreafi made an Attack upon tfie Town of Lagnafco. � After a long Refinance} the Genoefe were diflog'd. Al � whom the A ulnars retrod in Arms at Lagnafco and Can - * po Morone were pat to" the S\fa>r
. . -J- High Water this Day at London-Bridge.at 51.Minutes after zy_ � ,. - Bank.Stock no Price. India Ditto no Price. South Sea Stock 101 a 1 4th. Ditto Qld Annuities. ,100 a 1 8th. Ditto New 98 a 3 8thsa f 4th.', Bank Alitguitiea 174^ 96 1 4th a 1 half. Ditto 1747 ,96 at ^oTJuee per Cent. Annuities 8c 3 4ths. Million- Bank 1164. Equivalent c;8 1 half. Royal AflWrance 75 \ half. London Affurance; 10 1 half. Engliih Coppe/ 5 I. Seven: per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Circulation c I. 2 s. 6 d. Pr. India Bonds 2I. Pr. Three and a half Salt 1745 noj Price/ Three and a half pet Cent. Ejochequer Orders no^ Price. Three per Cent, ditto 18 1 half Difc. Life Annuities 14 3 8ths a 1 half Years Purcfaafe. HA Y-MARKET. T theKING'sTHE ATRE in the MARKET, To �morrow, will be perfbrm'd m 4" T the HAY-A, ctll'd K 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-WORK.S, of kn extraordinary, and entirely New Tafte. Pit and Boses to be put together, asd no Perfon to be admitttd' .without Ticket*, which wiJl be deliver'd that Day, ^tihsOftl<�in the Hiy-market, at Hatf� Guin-.a ea.ch. Oaltery 5 -if--'- '* By- HIS MA JESTY'i CO MM A ND, No Pctiobs white ve* to be admitted behind the Scene!.* The Galltry wiil be op^n'd at Foot o^Clocfe. Prt^uid Boies at F*re. , To begin at Six o'clock. ' The third Subfcription being ftniflj'd, Attendance will fegirea th'a and every Dij, ftoan Tea o'clock in the, Morning ^uU Three? in the Afternoon, at the Opera-Office in the Hay-M^ket^in C*f-er to take in Sabfcriptions ftir' the Fourth Sub(cript!on toTOpeiat, whieh will open with a New Opera; eaOl'd BCLLCROP^idN, a* oaatt it it poffibte to bring it upon theSuge. re- � JHE Merchants and Traders (f $f City of London are dtfiftdfo meet at tie (�dw& Xavferp^ behind the Roy?l-ExCfla'uge, m fFednefday^^e^'fivejf. the Clock in the Afternoon, to receive tlit^^^iof that Committee^ AD V ERTISEM ILK TS are taken in tor this Paper, Lloyd'sCgrr'ig-Hovsi, in Lornbajd-StreeU
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