General Advertiser, November 3, 1746 : Front Page

Publication: General Advertiser November 3, 1746

General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 3, 1846, London, Middlesex �I J. 7 + i r 1 LS Majefty's Ships, with the i'1- Otrtward-bbund formerly rh en* tioB*d-*emain-ftilH� the-�krwns. Windfall,....... ; 'Cir^efe'nd, 0%. 3.1'. Pafs-d by^the Britannia, jphfifon, from Rjga; ' Green-CiaflJe^.Em^foV^  from Montferrat ; tie Carolina, 1 Hairrhj 'Anhe iand 'Elfeabeth', J Raven ; and 'Friend's Adventure, Welch, from Stockholm . The Priace Charles, Govrlter, from Antigua, is arrived atPortfmouth. ' . T A The William and Mary, Huni%d; arid^thp Succefs, Kilby, from Antigua, alio, at Portfxrjputh. -' The Di1igehce,^trbng, (torn London, at Leverpool. Vieniut, 03. 6. ,ThePrince pf. Litchwalfein, returns, on Wednefdaj; next., frqrft hS?. Country rieafc to :this. Capital bat his Departure far Italy* is deferr'd lift we kr)6w cer&iin-' ly.what are the Effect bT' ^bunt RoT^btr^s'^eg^a^' in Spain. � ' ' " 1 ' '*_  The frequent C^nff^ojces of pjur^Jitftera turn chiefly upon the t^bbrhiuanceoif the War, if the Aegrfel&rf fender it tmiajfaxj; bf pbrfuj?ag H&Hfties. intolrk'verjrj Satfc-toary of Peace. ^-h�it*i"^^'h8^�iTli�jl$s and Genoa, which, according to their own CorrirjutaflpV, ampun^d, to above 30,006 Men. The Death o\ Philip1 V. it ifdoes npi. deprive . dm'atlaftitf'itt'Plicwws7rom'^irJ,, wijidiminifli them at leaft pne jpdf.V T*he Extin&jort"'.of ;the* Rebetticfn~|fii Scotland reftores *M the CoYJurjon ^aiife:ao,pppk jfnglih, Vkicfe wereyVinp%ela'i^ oftSe frpa^a$,'"gay^;$e &ngo^ardinia^ V^^^J^M^M^^met' Jkts-' FoM toow'dlittaw upon the Frontiersi&f Jtejtoy; DaupMrty?ff6S/^fSfA's^ f^fifitaie bf �Gerioa': ^ridotfer I#^tTjr^um4feces wilt wffich; CcMd:no^^^^ Thefe, nwaS?�ions,ftf Strengthdfi oneSMeyatfa D^maWpf it to1 IpOiQOO pn the other, amourfe-m" the Men.-^' ' J;. - ....  : ! ExtraS of a Litter from Tranckfart, Nov. 2. ' /The l^ire^tonaAJ^lniiLere.of the Circles are to affcra-m; �U -ti-t-------- - -r- the^fr;^^?!- .lie.' Affociatuw;: �by preaching-upiN'eu-1 ^iteBREttLdoije.; SoiatCoartsAlready d , ftey^will no lopgef-reeelve^aVr^om 1 ^^nej.jpBy-s.- " , rior froni a^yoAer J /pies, inda^wml ' 3Bl^f � gfan Example, .it,bas , Power, b�it^�f Ffan- which jFIS ?^]^I^.:H^JW--Jfeveral Years paft reduced, has,' ('at laft; difarmed the Wsath >of Hea?�, whjctt'basrsiin .JB&mifiqrJifiiwIy T-~.....-.......-  - - - - oft Uwjfinejjy, wbtfibbrdii'soB tfc otl�ei�"ftft - from ^'^Seirt^S^laurttetC 'Phey"ftiH -bjiVfe'a -BH^^r? ttefMWif^ broke that Part of it which is between*u*'ana*almair Mdtnltliey haveliBat"withIVllijpetmTrria^itnaflierii.wliu ^P.^g ."^riiour ^Jvarited Bdfts. In tik CalUe of MonjaJJban.^hey.havi le ab^auraopMen, ^pd 6ffe inthat of Villa Franca. As foon'as our Camion, is arrived, it is he^^im^i\iliUid^SU\36^. ' Tkjbr&r can make11nb:,Re!lrfta\iteKaf Snff tfoc'otfleV is; Wex|e�-ted tp^old ioiit lofig, a<he MhabxtentsJ and our Dekach- f-P-flls^ .ft? ?0*? ^ YfcFfaflca.^ase, foopd^ftfleaBHo og. the Water that runs. fr6m>the aeighboorirrgMoun3 tairB jnto-cthp CilUe;^ We.kavi juitreoe We*Ad�ce,'tha� the Br�ihy^av^erff5felf biAnt Tthi'Briaie WtlHf^li, in$ feedfbVfy^ofc^ where tney burn andT^WTOJBeyf jy.i^ing^^-cannot carry away- with-t^enj,. \ycjrtgr.^5ilh; Bat^itms: iffo^e; Bp their Camp j^^yt}igS^g,.xi41 'as ^e,a^.�|d^,!ffere rfWfibing tcayaKs^&J^^byjjirhkh, Jf. tfaf> rt �s;to be conjectured that they are fteering their Courfe toward Sa�cy.r "  .,T :"i .t; ^ �� � Boifltduc, 03. 27, N5l Sir^obn'Ligon^r exjpefted here this Day, an^ th^ jfou^ &\tof}\. Regiments"'6f "Fdrit with the F'iefd Train^Biaii^,"in, Tprmprrpwrf ' vd the, Pen^onajfy intends to follow Tomorrow of^ertt Bay: -The frefheft Advices of the Operates |in;italyi aifei of rhe: 2 lift paft, from I the King of Sardinia'?. Qoarters. at, ..Nice whep'.the Fjiemy had po Tr6ops Ieft'onaaltaHaq Side of the Varo, fave a tfandftl of Men in tbefcaMes-fir Ventiffuglia and VfiHa Franca. 1'�5 ^ri\^t\'l%: ' ' .- Jfegue, No^Ji, H.S. By ^Advices from Paris oflhe 4th Inftant, Fe�ytBai^liapg'^^idthcfame J4amber��; Squa-dipps.w^e^awkei'irtBaJfla^ jri*6rtlei-:t6 ^ke Wwf-r^r> QijatterJ 5fl'x BiHwiarfv^ a*A 'Frinrtre. tMtnte efigned the Seats'into the ; YSe^rfmi^^m^y^i^sim to'appoTnt tBeRigKt � Horr^PhffipJarroflCfijAeV^d to be'bnfsfcf his Maje%*s I Pririclpal^Sercretariesol State. L ON D O N> The Magiftrates of A^x-U-Chapejle have fent Deputies , to-^rlrlcc-eriaries'bf C^ja^: fb ir;far)^'"iim, thai fliey E fhould take it as a par^pptax^wour if.ihi^Royal llighnefs I wonid.take- up ihis� own Quarters in Aein'Cityi;^buttkat 15 they, hope, agreeably to thc'tomlitiitfOtS laf, the'Empfrr,-hewUl n6to^l$g^to�Wa^^^:J 1 fl '.r Cp^t^odefvTls, ttie?>run1an Minwerafc Vienna, has pre- *~ ' of a Paii ! r%s j{jeBe^Up-as cn,lhj^jprtqat.Pruffiaiiiil^efty,, and* the; P>iog.:his! Father,-..Upon' thefc C^ferplSiais^be-Au^min^ - ' rP'fecV.^^zedalthe Co- r... ^ijMhM^m been occauons.iBBW. i�tirmUia^va^^^i&;^hftui^i:after the EngTafid'aWheif AtHes, in*Cafe there does not very"foon appear1 ^p^obat^y' 6f a General Peace";. \vBich',-'n f�eHelrV"feeltfsfio::rttiV^'an ir'the.Breda Aflembly Was ,'iTHey^nte'*fVorn Vienna,' that feveral Courkts have arrived ttie^efl^fliiii tfVf&k, rdrt^rff frppi Lifbon;' aid that, ft^-Ae-ReceiJfion'bf: Win,- "twasiudied fome'ext'raordi- ^'�Amffl^'iMvi*$&r ' -ti ' : : .'. JAtrTices'r"rota Gtnba i&yj- that 3 Urge Ciuar.tky of Hay ana�PrdVifrbn*'-are ^nt'HcW ^Haf Place, deftijned for the Ttttftp* Ai^arte-gbti'cr for PtoVe^c^ V-jtHat Gengral Brown has riflder '"WsC^airhand^nlheVn'Regrn'rent's of 'Infantry, Bat-e the. Author-lj^Ad'lite^.--___ ! nilters in ^he'^MpgjJW'g ftion of thefubj^jpn* o,;.._* * "r. _'____ r___ .�V>air-ntf Mi-i�^g�6r Appro- 1 o gSotoV .. ^ . ---. ~ lay�frqm>pni; Mountara * sdor Extraor ----7-----'/ --*" / ---nBf i^Akihuiutiraii 3& ^9?^Wttc^ls?i fayjuri s�5i* teSrrivedtthc^lA'^t^ftf wPA�ba*p" ------w^uw ^^^K1U4iyjttith D&nU-fin^ ^bn Brigadier O Farrol, JTolonel _RvdTel, Lord Offulton, Coionel ParfbBs, aridTeveraT^ptKer~C>Bcers, are arrived in Town,flfrom the fate Expedrfion. ^ '" wtlie!tbrd,BiftiC'p.of Oxford will be tran-flated to the Archbifh6prrcfc'p�J>Armagii^:ili-.the room of The Hon. George Berkeley being dead, the Right H.. .iQnfiS'tJefteyi 4aft; wks rr^'edcit'Sif/CatrierJr�frs, John HopejsSCfc aa"&HS*ift BV^er^ Ndrrj^-Fafeite,-to Mr. Gote, TWifdo* kfM^MMc. foHr^rlvPI BAWeffif-^JliU-cbnflt Mqa^wBfck.B�y> mr**r-''^T* 1' * aft& tb^CA-e*)*)�y %Jle^re#i3utXrot!o} Henfordftire. .Wa&3ii�-I ns> A D V E RT IS F ME NTS are taken in tor this Paper, ?.* Lloyd's Coffbi-Hovse, in Lombard-Street, ;

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Publication: General Advertiser

Location: London, Middlesex

Issue Date: November 3, 1746

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