General Advertiser, September 2, 1746

General Advertiser

September 02, 1746

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 2, 1846, London, Middlesex i_ j BOA,. , T U E^D'A Y, September 2, i746. ZW, 31. .i iHI5 Mprning.hi* Myth's Shjp, 1 Deptfbrd fai}\l for the Riveri Came down the Chriftian, JefepJ for Carolina.* Chatham, -, forii Gibraltar i and remain with the/ Mercury, Hargrave, for PhiI|U� | delphia; and Peggy, Thomp-^ " Idn,"1or"Oporto.' '7�myfc$"wie* Owen's Prize, from Hamburgh, * forCakfc Wind S.W. * ^ i Gravefend^ Aug. ^t. Pa&'d; fey Anne, Grtijierj Martin, Louifa, Hewfon; and Prince Frederick1, Mattfbh,' from Norway; Maria and Erwibeth, Sagar'; Sr.'Joha? Evangelift, Wittegrdve j St. Feleiv 'Hflfcs;' from Ham-* borgK ; Prince1 Ferdinand?, FredeVic^r^rn^tsttin i ahdj the Hannah, Peak, from PeteriburBn. >"��� Pool, Aug. 30. Sailed johnanI,Anne� Richards j and Endeavour, Troth, to Spfthefcd, Wwair for1 Cinvoy for? London ; and (he ^ndeayO^jfehnl^- fof NeWcSa$.' � Souibampon, Aug. "T^e *8th"filled1 the LUlyV'fot Guernzey j and Three Friends, BofteKer j the F^ndfhip^ Perchard; and Tofeph and Amie/Guillaame* for ferzeyJ Wind North: 7 f ' :- ' *  *  ' , 1  Fortjmonib, Aug. %\. On the 29th arrived the Granada Bomb, with the following Ships under hir ^pnypy> viz,? Boulter, Pandour, andRebecca and Margaret for Lifbpn i George, Tring Gajlly,, Mary, trid(ij|ry, a^d 'Bridget* for Oporto j New rttmpfoire, and Lamb, for-Plymouth �� and the George, for Pool. Yesterday failed forthe Etowns th$ Difpatch Sloops and the Dolphin, witfr the' fW ftft-* India Ships, and'the Tfcde'tabM'tb the E^wardr" 1 " The Clarendon, Cropton, from London $ and Charming Nancy, 'Pipon, from Guernzey, are a/rived at'Bar-* feadoe's! " " .....' The Samuel and John, Fallerton, from Hull, at Bofion. The Cunliffe,'Johnfon, ffbm Leverpobl; at Virginia. The Radburn, Ward,- frcm Virginia^ at'LeVeipoof; The Pataxamy Jtffy, from. a%yfand, at5hipW�. TjK^yinjm, jj^o'n, from PhjladelphTa," afCork. The Adventure, Dunn, from. Bolton; at Newiaftle. The Ranger, }o^haaiU::Kkts;MWii^yB-\ \ The Ruby, Bifbrown,' from^Barbadoes, at Lancaster. > thVPelffiertbtf toimnt t^aildi'M^^nei'VftifUdand, Leverpbol. ' " " ' \  ��'�'�> -xe:-j-- * Hattwer, Aug.tb. ^eViftoTywonby thelrape/klifis? overthV Annyf of IheThree Crown* oii the*>oth rsrttant.f caufes t^s^x]^y^^'ii'W^i^0^ that the King; of Sa^d|mahas eaufed-it to''.'lie"declared'tQ*the'TWaritunei Powers,1 that hi will not give Ear to any ,$egbciat�>n, i*ut? in concert with tkc GanrtXJ^'Vienna; attd, we are affured,* that there aire no Hopes of an Accommodafion with- this-Wnce,' unleft his Kftffcfry:fec Rft ftcore ef -the Reflbf ari6n; of all. that ^as teea ^ralcen from him, of the ReJmburfe-mentof blithe Damagescaafed in his PonBinions, and of an exemplary Satis^um from the RepubUck of Gendat. ' Viemiat Aug. 20. During,the Ab6dp that the Emperor and Ernprefs will make at HoUitfch, the Courf is eitpeftedi to be very numerous apdbtSliabt.'' Ij^y'.'of the Hunga-. rian Nubility will come thither, "not only Jo participate iin the Diverfion?, hut -aflSft in the Cobfeteflces which will be held upon theA%ir�pT that KingdoKh,1- wiiefe &ere is) a Talk' of making Wneiv Letfy 6f rj^odMfen.^1 ' Meidelbtrgt Aug. 27. For tone Days JolTa great many VelTek have paCed by thb City from th* Lowe* Rhine/ tarrying Pravifions, and parUculariy.Oataf-40-theImperiaIi Camp, whither a great ideai'of'.Wopdr is ajfa fending.) Jhis Cqotinuapce of colje^mg.. Forage gnd, PJpavificas^ fori rhofe Troops made' it cdnjee|ftfed, "thja^'j^ey^ufd-remainf forneTMi longer In^h^prefetit^amp-^ fcuttWB-juft'jiow learfi,' moffbf them "areafeeady^oh'' the March to-f wards ^ial^irf'X^^qtreiic^^PpWive*^ rtcdrcd from thejCourt pi $*enna> . As many of.thjf'S\ates of thd Empire do not leem difp^fed to epter into the'Views of that flw^and,' asffhb ]J^fl?ge of its -Tr^iopi -toWirds thet Low-Countries meets-with- great DificuLtyk � has been ftoueht proper to'^iake a'tie^et. Ufe^ot-thim, by .fer^dingj into Italy,;� oitfa fex^QWt&'^$ftiT6,\ andI ena-t We it to make-at-powerfui he has put hh Cattle j into the Meadows round this City> and eryea fold feme off them to our Butchers- . : 1 LONDON. A Courier who paffed thro' pranckfort on the 27th ulM knew nothing of the fecpnd Viftory that was reported; three or four Days before/ to hayebeeji won-inluly, onf the 17th nearTortona ; fo that all the, Credibility of that1 Report feeras "to be quite deftroy'd. 4 Th� Bayanan Troops iq the Service of the Maritime! Powers, which are drawing together about Donawert, arej to march by Land 1till they reach the-Navigation of the' MaJB, and will then proceed by Water down that River* and the Rhine. > Commodore Townfend is arriyed at Leghorn with 14 Gentefcand, Neapolitan Prizes; and there is a Report at) that Place, that he willfoon fail with ibme other Ships,! which were, there before, for the Coaft of Final, in order X in order ttf"fighti them, and prevent their* advancing upon French.Territory. j Orr'Sitturday. lahV his Majefty, accc*ipanied by di>ers Perfons of Diftiriclion, toolc the Diverfion of Stag Hunt-; ing in Richmond Park,/and returned in the Evening tot Kenfington. [ -Velerday the Third Bartaliofl oftheFirft Regiment of Foot Guards was drawn up on the Parade iri St.JamesV F^rkv-Atjd review'd by Field- Marfhal Wade but no Orders were given for their marching off. "^On ThOfftlay laft Admiral Leftock with the Fleet under his Command'put into Plymouth. On thea8th ult. the Prince-Frederick Packetfailed from Plymouth-with the Mail for Lifbon. ' By> Letters from Barbadoes we have Advice �f the Death of Thomas Harrifon, Efq; of tbarlfland. Andrajfeof the Death of Dr. Warren, many Years a Phyfician/of good Practice there. Yefterday *he - Women began ditching ef ^he Lottery' Tickets, at the Lottery Office' in Duke-ftreet. : TJfebtbeing the Aawmiary of London* ^whleh 1i^ppe&Mrin the Year Jiuedbhiniog four Day*: arid N%hts, during which time iy,20o Hthifis wereoonfum'd before it was exunguifb,'d); it will be obferv'd with then ufual Solemnity. � and iasyetno Order is made for them. "John- Peters;, a Boy; of/ -17, a Shoemaker, iwas found ^ guasy^of Manftaoghter^ and burnt in the ^iand,.,fbr flab-bing his Elder Brother James in the Bellyj and.iillihgl him j for only afkin^-htm for-a Piece of Wax, -to wax-hisf Thread; as he jyas.!f)ttang;at work with him, r ���� i � Robert Mills was foundjguilty, and burnt in the Hand, for kitting Henry: MaswcUi in a Boxing Mateh^ . .vrn* pi&(on was found guilty to xkz Value of 10 d. for Mealinga Pair of Pjftois.: jeifa Farmer, condamtfd laft AfEzes for Forgery, was ordered ibr Transportation for .14 Years^ , ) . � : ; Three, othew-were ordered for Tranfportatlbn, and a to be whipt. - , 'Canierhury, Aug. 30. In about a Week^s Time there| have been above 300a Bags and Pockets of. Hops brcfcghq to 'LoUdonir a gfcat many of them from S*ofiiai wSf the! Wold of Kent; it being cuftomary for Aerii ea3*^^ their- HTjprta-Market,T by Regfon of thrh-bad Reads inj rtbeWiaeer. , ..... On Wednefday laft.was feized near this City, by the Of* ficers of his Majefty's Cuftoms, 387 Red Morocco Skins, l^mg'reckohedftfverf: valuable Seizure. : i Tjhe jMuflnimg^ Capt; William Moulden of Sandwich, laden with- Coals, was. taken off the North Foreland, fltfiWedacfday the 27th lnftant, at 7 o'Clock in the -Mjjrning, by a. FrenckPriyateer j but by the Vigilance andiDifpatciv of Commodore Mitchel (who fent i Veffel in Piut^itt oLher) and theduppy Circumftance of theTTWe, icetook her, to. the great Joy of his Family and Friends, who celebrated the. Everting with grateful Acknowledgements toftbe Commodore's Care in difappointing the Sne-my's.Defigns, and preferring an honeit Man from the fatal Cordequeace of a tedious Imprifonment. On Thurfday a Gentleman was carried thro* this City a Prisoner for London. ?Tis faid, that at Flaming he made ;bimfelfvery merry in Company,, in telling the Mariner of his Efcape from England, and talk'd Treafon very freely; but being decoy'd on board a Ship, he was taken into Cuf-todyi and brought to England. ? i-r 4* i General Ppft-Office, London* . Septi ii 1746. JJtrHERRAS certain information has been v^'-> mudi> upon Oath, bifae entrfhii Majtftfi Jufticis of tit jRrfa**, /^'ChefterMaili- ofthezU of July laft^ wits rtfbbid- by a:?�rton

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