General Advertiser, July 11, 1746

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 11, 1846, London, Middlesex Numb. 365$. FRIDAY, JtJLv ii, 1746. EIVIAIN m,t^e Downs frs Mi" �jetty's' Ship. \fukanv with the two Ships. T^rE.aft-Injlia >r *nd4ll. !.,tne Qfa'twvd-to'und'. jCa^.dpwjj ^the.Ferretl French, ifor J^nadcj; W'EhVabetfV rlavard, for DuV ^ Un. WihdS^W. ' } Grave/end-, J-uh 9. Pa&'d 'ty Capt. Tyrre], is the AUTbra, bound from Cadiz to the^ayanhah ; and that Captain Tyrtel was offered i0o^oi)� Pieces of Eight fbr her Rari-fbm, fo thatflw is. Iftce to prove a valuable Prize. The fame Letters raenaon; that the Devonfhire, and anether Man of Wax of 59 Guns, were to fail for Europe the latter End of May, with futh^ips under their Convoy as mould be ready., There is Advke, that the Sheemcfs Privateer has taken and fent into1 Briftol the; Joliiffe of,Pool, from Carolina, laden with Skins, Sugar^ &c. which ihe re-took in Latitude 44. . . There isalfo an Accbunr, that a Privateer of St. &nts, , has taken off Martiaico, tw f,he Clerk of; the Croww delivers to' him his Commiffion, who re-delivers it.  After three O TVs by a Serjeant at Arms, and Commandment given in the Name of the Lord High-Steward of England to keep Silence^ the .Commifrlon is read ; then the Ulher delivers to trie Steward a white Rpd, who re^deh'vera.rne,fame, which he holds before $e Loud jligh-Stewanl. It was deliver'd.. upon the;. -lik� Pccafion, to the Earl of SArew/iwj, by Garter.Kikg, at idr/Hs.- Q Ytf being again made, Commandment' h given in the Name of tie HigK-Steward to all )uftices and Commiffioner* to certify all Indictments and Records ; which- being deliver'd.jnto Court, the CleYk of the Crown reads the Return, and the.Serjeant at Arms! is commanded, to return his Precept,with the Barnes of the Earls and Barons by him fummoned, and Xht Return,>of that is alfo-read ; thtn are,the Peers fummoned to1 anfwer to their Names,' which ^re-recorded. When-;t;heyaave taken their Places, aod thePrifoner fet to the Bar,'; then the Lord High-Stewaijdr declares unts t them the Caufe of their Affcmbly, and. rperfuades tire Prifo.ne/ fo^nfwer.without Feavtn'uiTng-'nimv thathefljall* be heard with Patience, and that Juftke'fhall be done to him. ------- -  A DY ERTISE M EN TS are taken 10 for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffse-House, in Lombard-Street. ;

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