General Advertiser, October 16, 1746

General Advertiser

October 16, 1746

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 16, 1846, London, Middlesex m b. 3735. T H U R S- D A Y,- Octcfitt f6, 1746. Deai9 Oftobtr iq. AILED thivForenoon his.Maje-fty'* Ships Gibraltar arid Mercu-' ty\ tJJ th;�t Kdrth\vai-d. Remaiir his Majefty*s Ships Foic anclSur-jfriw. Camevdown'' and {ailed the Suttle, Hancock, for Ire-. lancL Wind N byE- , '. Grdwftnd, OcY. 14: Pafe'd by Aiftwerp Packet; Edwards, w- - fronf Mi&li&urgn ; the Hope, Hdtt; Unity, Ca&iens; and the Margaret* Miersi from Hamburg*. _ _ .' falmmtib. Off. u. Since'thy laftatr^cd^e.^anfpOrts: toting parted witfc' 4^''a!:J^Ac?%J�.!.a. hard Oafe of Wind. Arrived 'affb tlie'MayJGld^eri GItteas, fromTWhitehaven, for Havre-de-Grace. SailMtjbe George and Thomas, Hornby, for Qgortq ; aid th^Warren-'G alley P'rfva-ttif onaCrdizc. WSqy and^the"MoleJle. .The Spaniards-are aifo fortifying Mentmelian/antf placing PaV ties in allthefoftr^ntl Paff*g^^a^n^hU gstofly #J>&$. A great Nainbcr of Noble G*noe.fc Families have ta' Ho'ufcs at Lucca, andfentBn't|iera^l^heiVrewefs and'jieij Mdney. By the ^dvrc^^3ea^\hat W of dn fainilies^were *lrc^y/-�tlJf"t)H JAprping, when . they joined'thpfe who firiljlanded. Io their March to POrient. two or three. 4.liundrqd �rsnch, pofted in a Stone Enclofuie, difputed-t^dr Pa/Tage, and fbtne of the Tr�9Psg^ve, wax � bpt HarriiJ9a*s l^egiment and the Grena/ijersjnarching upr the French fled, and the jyien recoy?red their Diforder, and cpnynued their March. The Arnvy wbi^h had 4, marched in two ^Columns, ^opk up their Quarters in two 1 Villages, two Mije&diftant from Port 1'Orient. . 4 Monday the ztd, a Meffenger was fe.np to fummon [ the Town tg. furrender; and the Qovernar (Colonel 1 O Farreil) offer'd to deliver up the Place ; but on doh-1 dition, that the Regular Troops fhould, march offi and ' the ErTefls of the^Inhabitants, and "EalT-Jndia Company, ' fliould be^prtferved. Thofe Cohdijio'hi^were rejecled, ' and after a Tfuce for one Nightt Hoftifities were com-4 menced. The. Battery^ confifting of 4 Twelve-Pounders, ' was not compleated"till Thurfday the 25th ; then we ' began, arid'play'd on the.Town with red-hot Bullets, 4 Bombs, and Carcafes till Friday Evening; during whjch ' Time we thnjw j66> Cannon Ball arid 30 Bombs into the 4 Place, and burnt and threw down above 30 Houfe. - 4 On Friday the 26th prders were given for our Tenrj 4 to be ftruck', and a March tc be made on the other fide 4 of the City-j but when k began to grow dat'k, the Mor-4 tars, and Cannon were fpiked up,' and the. Army roarcKM 4 to the Water fide, and took up their Qaar'ters that Night  hear the Shear, and in two �>ays were all re-imbarkM. 4 We continued at Anchor for two Days In the worft Road 4 that ever Ships anchor'd in j and lafi Night it blew.very. 4 hard, and the Fleet run the gieateft Rifque imaginable ; 4 bufthe" Windihffdngfwe pof to Sea. 4 PortPOJuent appears toie.a large han.dfome 4 Town, about three Leagues diftant from our Place of 4 Landing, it lies at the Head �of a'ffno Harbour, and f AbpattWd Mik� above Port Lout5a. ' Southwark, was going honje^ .hewas.ftopt, in. Kent-lUeei i| by. two yeomen; one of-whom held a ^nije.to his Br^sit;, � xhe tjthex rdbb'dj him' of his M ' Buckles, and got clear oS. njprefs's Pgciaj^tioij, diilijtgtti&es be-Guarantee of the Prag^majtic Sanction, and'jhe e required* of hjm by the T*reaty of Drefden. The1' Pragmatic^aiicltiori' includes "all the Dojnihions ,of $i t&ttfe'pf Aattria/'as left at the tmt of \he. JEmpetor Charles V.I. bu't in the Dtefaen Tfeaiy, bhly her in^pefiif Majefly^s Dontinioris are mentioned,/ whereas theEmprefs eniaj;e!s to guarantee, all the Dominidifs of the King 'of PiuBu, without r^ellridion. Letters frorri Piyraoutn,' of the 1 z'th Intlant afll^fe us^ thaV the Men (3f war^and Transports, wiih the hvo Bat-tkupns offo"ot Guards^ iaa General Hufk�> Reglrhe.n't of Welch^uzffe^rV,Yaifed"from thence the toth,' in order to joi8 Admiral Leftock"." , r itfsa1(oYaid;0thatt3iefive tranfpoVts, which had beeri Je^tated from the Fleet, and p� into Falmouth, have failed With\L%'dy 'feCWi^iam-lafir, miW.(*m deli'vir^^wd'^s,^ hh'Honife ftreet, Mqne^, VN'atcn and W.e hea/frpm Ludlo^ tha^ oft. the ^th. IpAant {:he \ iiankfjgivlng Day for the Supp/effing of the ia:e Unnatural Rebellion), the Bailinsj, Alderraf n, an.d.Co.nimpn CounV cil,,met at- .the TownrB^Jl. in the Morning and went in. their Formalities in grand P^rocefJion tp Church .having a finp.Baod of Mufjck. playingbefpre- them, and being pre--ceded by the feverJ .Companies ,pftbftrl own, with l;rums beating, and Colours *3ying; an4.a�ter^Divine 3ervice the-Corporadop andGep^me*pf the.Iovyo djued avt ibe Angel-Inn, where a grand Entertainment was provided for them. In the Evening chey met, at ihfi Adarket-Croff, and frbtn thence {beiqg attended by .the.;�ame M4i�ck) they went in Proceilion rounds large Bonfire, prpyidrd on that Occafion ; where thei-Heaijyis pf theKi'jgi Prince and Princefs, of Wakf, the. Dukcef Cumberland, Loid Her-Bcrt, and.many other Loyal Healths were drank, amidflt theiejeated Acclamaiipns 0/ ^ie People^ AconfiderabJa Number of the Volui>teerj of Lorfl Herbert's new-raia'd kegiment apjprar'dtn Arms, anji fir'd Vo.lle.ys at.every Health, Afterwards there was;a Ball ai; the Town-Hall for the Ladies, the whole Town jvas Ruminated, and the Evening concluded with. Ringing of Bells, and the greateft Dempnllrarjohs of-joy.. . :,v Yefterday'the Sefiions began at the Old-Bailey,vh eo 22 Prifoners were tried, viz. ..... r. Sapjuel Mccum, on the, Evidence, of Jofhua Cojlett I an 'Aceoniplice,' fqr-rbteakrng open thi(.D*welJ�qg Houfe of '"' Mr. Hrllers, in Whitfchap^j, and ft^ling feveral Geodsj-he was Evidence'fpme S^onsagaag^ainii Janies Stanfbury, who was ^ie^uted for breaking opett^, the Hpule of Mr; White, .in Gpodman'i-JP'ields, itealing a large Quantity, of Tea, h? was tried at .the Qld-Bailey Jail Seffions, upo* two ladiclments,' and csutfor TrarjfppfMtion ; his Wjfe Eleanor Meputni was then tried with him upon one indi�U ment and Acquittecl ; Fifteen were cait for Tranfp citation, and Six Acquitted, GloMftJler, 03* 11., Laft Monday Gabriel Harris, Efqi was elected.aftdfworn Mayor, and Mrr John Knight, and Mr. Edward BaUis, Sheriffs of this City, for the Year ea-fuing. And, .... Thurfday laft, the Day appointed,' ly Publick Authority, for a General ThankigiviAg.pri Account of the VicJ torious D,e/ea; pf tbe Rebels j(a Crifis^ on. which depended the Preservation ef our Religioji, Liberty and Property) was obfcrved here with aT)eference adequate to theAoyai Injunftion.-Very yearly in the; Morning, the BelU ec- choed the joyful New.4 thro' the City j. At Ten, the Mayor andCorporauon* preceded, by the fsvertj Companies, with Colours flying, Dru/avbeayng; and ^lu$ck playing, went to their Chapel, vyhere an excellent Sermfonopon fo glo* rious a^Sijbje^, wai prcachedWorejthem;. Sermjm, pertinent to the.fames Occafion, were-like^tifc preached si every Chqreh ji>.the:City.. At One ja.tire Afternoon, and at Five ra,t,he Ev^nJAS* .^^uns at tn? Cai^le were AVd ; after wh^,Aicceed^J|onHt,esJ a Repetitioni of Bells ring-i ing, andfu^h a general jllumaftation of .theHoufes-as was never knjxwn befox^rrrT-But, in order,{;o (hew thatCharity is a Virtue .agcompinying ^Gratitude, we^-mutt not'onwe one particular Ipllapc^ tfierepf, vfe.; That ithe.Mayor and Corporation, by, % vplon'tary. Subfcription .amonglt them-felves, jeWfr^^n.'^at.ftipner, about 160 poor People, belonging t'^jae fe^ra^>)Qfpitajs in this "�ityi _ , The Aceojiilis ^Jjavft f^ceived from Stroud,, and pthefc I Places adj^'cW$0-ws&ity* a/enjl'd with' the lame Spirit of Loyjllf.y * pa'rtic.^rjyjhftifroaaBiihpp^Cleeve, ,wherd even the Young WjOjnfn^o/ tihe Parilh iorm-'d themfejvea I in Rar^;;"djfcfe Qfvi�ph*n QiCa^on,,:,. . v ' -.-  fa* tan^ was obfe'r^eS with the ufuki Dcmoniirations to l S. .JCjf.: J^flSi/. s-. fO 4% to { s". 10 a. per Buftiel. AD V EKT1SE MEN WS are caken in lor this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffsjj-House, in Lombard-Street, ;

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