General Advertiser, September 11, 1746

General Advertiser

September 11, 1746

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Issue date: Sunday, September 11, 1746

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 11, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. N UM. b. 376^4 THURSDAY, September 11, 1746. Deal, September 9. HIS Fbrenoon failed his Majefty's Sloops Ferrit, and Swan^ for a Cruise. Came down the Bowes, Hunter, for Dublin'; and remain, with all the Outward-bound Ships, and the Coafters. Wind S.W. Grave/end, Sept. g. Pafs'd by Two Brothers, Groate> frofft: Guernzey j Elizabeth) Naftall, from ditto ; Elizabeth, Burgerfon ; and Blanch, Tucker, K from Gottenburgh ; William and Anne, Wotton; Gathers rine, Perkins j and the Young George,.Linden,' from St. KittJ. Dartmouth^ Sept. 7. This Day arrived, from a Cruize ef fix Weeks in the Bay of Bifcay, the Poftillion Privateer efTopfham, Capt.Hole. WindS.S.W. Southampton, Sept. &. Yefterday arrived the Guernzey Lilly, Morant, from Guernzey. Cowes, Sept. 8. On the&a put back the Swift Privateer, Capt. Sheal, for a new Bowfprir, having.broke her Bowfprit in turning but of the Needles. Wind Weft. The John Gaily, Craige, from Bolton, is arrived at Newcaftle. The Angel, Clarke j and Jenny, Watfon, from Virginia, at Newcaftle. , The Yucatan, Knox, from Bolton at the Orkneys. . 'Rome, Jug. 20. There is a Talk, of a new Promotion of Cardinals upon the Nomination of the Crown'd Heads; and the Prelates are already mentione'd, who are to be raifed to the PanMe,' viz. For the Court of Vienna, the Auditor Millmi, .flifin.inf.rtii ^^>^JfafaJtoit^ifiiiBltite wlmtk prevented1 his haVlni been in the laft Promotion being removed, and,thi^.Bieiate having acquired great Reputation in all the>^rent�m^v^^ ucanlt^ For the IJotM The NebJEtjr of Poland,'f� tween the HoufeVbf C^owriM�tid'& fey, that tfye Court was put into great Conlliernatibn aiihe News of the late Baitle on the Tidonejf and' fome J^courits-iitfinaate, that .the1'Tufcan Troops, which have been f# fymt Time encamped about Pifa, will; fcke Advantage of rthjsSucQriiv .andftontijroote . their Affiftaoce to clear Italy "entirely of allher Invader*'. There is.^Advice that' th^AnneFFihley, bound, from Africa to'Jaoiaica.''i5 takenI'M t'he.Sbkakfd?,' i&&Uv$& intoSt.JagQ.dCOiba.':"*5l! " " ' Yefterday Morning the two Battalions of the Firft and Second Regiments of Foot Guards, ^onfifting of 2000 Men, Officers included, embark'd cn board feveral Lighters, &c. which-fell down with the Tide for Gravefend, : where Tranfport Ships are ready to receive them, .and ail directly for Plymouth, to join the 'Forces under the Command of General Sinclair, which will then be a Body of 10,000, all Chofen Troops. His Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland was at the Tower Wharf to fee the Troops embark, who .went off with the greateft Chearfulnelsy hoping, as they fai-d, to return with Conqueft, and convince the World they were not unwottjiy of the continual Favours conferr'd on tbem by their Glorious Commander.'  Majar General Fuller, Lord Offulfton, Lord Bentinck, and feveral Volunteers, are fet out for Plymouth, to go on the intended Expedition. .The new Regiment of Dragoons which are appointed to be.raifed by his Majefty forthwith* are, as we are wellaf-fured, to be-the Gentlemen tharbelong'd to the Duke of Klngfton's Light Horfe, who were fo active in the late Rebellion. - Yefterday Prince Cherbatow, Ambaflador from the Court of Ruffia, wen: to pay his Compliments to Count Czemichow, who is appointed to fucceed him as Ambaf-fcdbr from the faid Court,.aild arrived here on Tuefday Night laft at his Lodgings in Suffolk-ftreet. Yefterday there was a grand Entertainment at Sir Eve-rard Fawkener's Houfe, where were prefent the Sardinian Ambaflador, the-Venetian Ambaffador, the Polifb. Minifies and feveral other Perfpjis of Diftinttion. A few Days fince the Hon. Edward Finch, Efbj Member of Parliament for the Univerfity of Cambridge, and Brother to the Right Hon: the Earl of Winchelfeaj was married to Mifj Palmer, Sifter to the Right Hon. the Countefs of-Winchelfea, Daughter of Sir Tho. Palmer, late Reprefentative in Parliament for the County of Kent. - The Reverend Dr. Grey, Official of the Archdeaconry of Leicefter, is made likewife Commiflary for the fame, by the Right Rev. the Lord Bifhop of Lincoln. The-ufual Le&ure on all the different Branches of Phy-uck are to be-begun at Edinburgh, on the 15th of October next*- On Thorfday laft died, in the 25th Ye� of his Age, at Brixworth in Northamptonfhirej John Nickols Rainsford, Efq; laft Year High Sheriff of that County. He has left Iffue one- Daughter by th LadyJ ''DiWghtef to Sir John Dolbeo, of Thingdon, Bart. Jy.his Death without Iffue-Male, 300a!. per Ann. devolves to his Brother Juftinian Rainsford, Eft]; On Saturday laft died, in a very advane'd Age, at Cheere nffarA� has been formerly a Smuggler, andfome Tears . fince employed as a Riding Surveyor in' the Service of the Cuftoms, and fome Years, ago lived at the Town of Dart- "t ford, in the County of Kent; He is a Man of between i^. Forty and Fifty Years of Age, of a very fwarthy Com-. 5^ plexion, fmewbat mark'd with the Small-Pdx, about Five Foot Nine or 7en Inches high, is a very tutll made Man, ^ walks very upright, with large dark Eye-Brows^ which hang ever his Eyes, and has formerly received a Wound in his Left Am with a Piflol or Mufquet Bullet, of which fome Marks or Appearance is l�ft. Note, By Intelligence received, fince the firft Printing of this Advertifement, the above described Gabriel'$5m-kins has a fmall Wart or Wed^x theJCOrner of one of his . Eye-Brows, riext to his Nofe, and js (aid to appear itii a / fhabby Brown DuffilCoat, much pieced and torn, andX * trimmed with White Metal Buttons, a Deep Blue Waftecoatf and, an old Light or Lightijb Wig turned Tetlow with the Wearing. This is therefore tot give Notice, That whatever tetfoit, or Perfittt-fiaU apprehend-the [aid Gabriel Tomkins, fa that he be brought tojuftice, will be tntitled to a H&ward of Two Hundred Pounds on the Cmviaion of the JkiJGi* * briel Tomkirfi, ov�r and above what is allowed by Act of Parliament' for the Apprehending of Highwaymen. Thf fame Reward and Encouragement is offered to any who may have been Accomplices in the faid Robbery, who will moreover be in titled tt his Majefty s moft graxious Pardon. , By Command of the Poft-mafter General, . ' George ShelvocrEj Sec: Note, A fuitable Reward and Encouragement is hereby offered,, and will "be given to ,any Perfon or Perfons, who {hall apprttend a Woman, who gbes, or has gone, - by the feveral Names of Anne Hocks, alias Hdwkfwell, alias Mathers' alias Cameron, and pretends to be the Wife of a French Officer -,' She is "a Perfon of between Thirty and Forty Years'of Age, of a fair Complexion, and about Five Foot Six~lnches high, fomewbat pitted with the Smalj-Pox,: and has the"Letters A. H. p'rick'd in upon one of her Hands with Indian Ink or Gun-Pow'der; and it is fuppofed flie does now, or has lately accompany'd Gabrie Tomkins above^efcrib'd. - - By Command of the Poftmafter General, . George Shelvocke, Sec. \ C O UN T R Y-N E W S. o p ? 1->� Gleucefter, Sept.- 9. On Wednefday and Thurfday laft, ^ the Anoiverfary-Meeting of the three Choirs of Worcefter, GlotacefteiT and Hereford, was held at Worcefter, when there was atiumerous and fplendid Appearance of Gentlemen ancfcjUdie.s,j and-the Charity-Collection, on both Days amounted-to upwards of i 00 1. a Sum far exceeding any former Contribution'at that Place. They write from Warwick, that 31 their Affixes, two Perfdrts received-Sentence ,9^Death, viz. Thomas NichoI�, and William -Flowers, the'fbriner for returning from Tranf-pdrtation,-the lat*erfor Horft-ftealing ; but they are-both repriev'd for TranfpOTtatiqn. Thomas Johnfcui Uas burnt iri the Hand ft* Manslaughter ; aad"one Woma'p!order'd to' b* whipp'd." A D VE RT ISE M E N TS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in ^ombard-Str^t. Cape-Britain for Ever, ;