General Advertiser, October 1, 1746

General Advertiser

October 01, 1746

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Issue date: Saturday, October 1, 1746

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Publication name: General Advertiser

Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1744 - 1850

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 1, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer, WEDNESDAY, October i, 1746., Deal, September 29. RRIVED his Majefty.sShip Fox from a Cruize; atfo the Ferret, and the Scorpion Sloop, from Portfmoath i the Bacchus, Cobb, from Oporto ; Rofehail, Rofe, from ditto j and remain with hisMajefty'sShip Squirrel} the Deptford Storefhip ; Shark and Swan Sloops with the Outward-bound, as mentioned in my laft. ^ind S.S.W. Gravtfind, Sift. zg. Pafs'd by the Catherine, Hainsj and Catherine, Reynolds, from Rotterdam ; and Lawrence and Mary, Roer, from Norway. The N.S. del Carmen, (the Eagle's Prize) is arrived at Dover. The Sheernefs Privateer, Cipt. Richardfon, ii arrived it Briftol, from a Cruize. LONDON. �xtra3 of a Letter from Madrid, Stpt. i z.  It is very far from being true, that the Recalling of - Count Gages was the Effeft of any Difconteat againft � that Lord. The Kmjj knows bis Talents in the Military bt aeiU moreover bt intitlrd to bit:. Mtfoflfs moft &UAQW$U* don. , . - >��' * -- By CommaTtdof^ Emitter Genera^ *^ G�oko� 3&k&V-ocks, Sid Nets, A-fiiiublt Jtewavd and Encouragement is henAf gone on board Peforf 4h^ J $41 Prin�Shetf>att*r>Mi' ,_ . . ,. �f*lair< Six Inches nigh, fomewhat'pttted with the Small-"1�ox, and has the Lettetf A. H. prick'd in upon one of her Hands with Indian Ink or Gun-Powder 1 and it is fnppofed me does now, ot has lately accompany'd Gabriel Tmkins above defcrib'd. By Command of tbe Pbftmafttr General, George Shblvockb, ea Yefterday both Hoafes of Parliament met at Weflmin-fter, purfuant to their laft Prorogation, and by Virtue of a Conimiflbn figned by his Majefty, directed to the Right Hon. the Lord Chancellor, the Earl of Cholmondely, the Lord Vifc. Torrington and others, were further prorogued to Tuefday the 18th Day of November next. We are informed, that juft before Admiral Leftock departed from Plymouth, he ordered all the Pilots, and Fishermen of that Place on board him, who were well acquainted with the Coaft of France. His Excellency Count Czerniehew, Ambaffador from the Court of Rufiia, has taken a fine Houfe next to his Grace the Duke of Norfolk's in St. James's Square. Yefterday Samoel Clayton* Efq; was appointed Mafter of his Majeft/s Studd at Hampton-Court, in the room of Charles Smith, Efq; who is promoted. We have received Advice, that a few Days fince died, at his Seat at Hilton-Cattle, John Hilton, Efq} Member of Parliament for the City of Carlifte, in the County of Cumberland. ... Laft Week Mr. Lewis, a Quarter-Mafter m his Majesty's own Regiment of Horfe, was married at Bath to Mifs Jenkin, a young Lady of fine Accomplishments and a very confiderable Fortune. Laft Night the Body of Mr. Thomas Morrice, an eminent Tobacconift in Friday-ftreet, who died on Thursday laft, was interred in a very handfome manner at St. Mildred's Church in Bread-ftreet.-He was one of the Governors of the Hofpitals of Bridewell and Bethlehem, and one of the Common-Council for Bread ftreej Ward ; wasr a good-natur'd, facetious Companion, and efteemrd by all hat knew him. AD V ERTISE M EN JS are taken in lor this Paper, ar. Lloyd's Cqtt ii-Hoyk, in Lombard -Street. ;