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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 10, 1846, London, Middlesex                                e G m b- 3757 -XL. MO N DA Y,   November ro,   1746. Si Deal, November 8. IRRIVED Yefterday after Poft his Majelty's Ships- Lys, from a Cruize. Came down the Hetty, Grigg, for the Weft Indies, and fenoajnjvith his Majefty's Sloop Ico^orv'; fiefey, Meredith, for South Carolina ; Charming Nancy, Crawford, for Antigua ; the Halley, Hill, for Virginia; Endeavour, Cole, for Maryland; JIafton Merchant, Bruce, for Bofton ; Mary, Pearce, for Fvon; Prefton, Hallum. for Oporto j Heftef, Gladmar), :br Antigua.   Wind N.W. The Christian, Morland ; Blanch, Tuckef ; 'and the William, Manby, from Gottenburgh, are arrived in the Humber. The John and Margaret, Thompfon, from London, at leith. The William,  Manby, froth Gottenburgh, at Yarmouth. The-> Lifkill, from R!ga, It Scarborough.    ' BrfJIau, Nov. 9. The ill Inftant there was a Fire at Schmcidbergh, which entirely con fumed the Lower Part of the City. There has been another at Little Kotzeh, a fmall Town belonging to Count de Rader, Minilter of State* Kat'ubon, Nov. 7. The Minifier of Duke Charles Leopold of Mecklenburgh, has publickly contradicted, in the Dyet, the Reports that have been fpread of an intended Change between the two Dutchies of iVlecklenbupgh and Cleves. Berlin, N:v.$. Count-Bredow is returned from Vienna, where he has been to execute a Commiffion. General Keith arrived here Yefterday from Peterfburgh. Genoa, 03. 22. Some are of Opinion here, that the Courts of Vienna and London will not fuffer the King of Sardinia to make any other Acquifitibns from the Repub-lick, than thofe granted him by the Treaty of Woms, We are impatient to know what will be the Effects of the Order received "by Admiral Medley for the Reftitunon of the Prizes taken from us by the Englifh. In the mean Time, we hear nothing but Complaints and Lamentations on every Side. The Inhabitants murmur aloud when the Tax impofed by the Senate is demanded, in order to raife the Third Million cf Gcnouins ; So that the Means are not found ofcompleating that Sum. Thofe of the Nobi-Ity who are not rich refufe to contribute, alledging that thofe of better fortunes ought to fupply the Deficiencies*, became the Mifery of their Country is a Confequence of tiieir Refolutions. ExtraJ7 of a Letter from Paris, Nov. J., ' Tbey write from Toulon, that a Fleet has appear'd be-' fore that City, which was to join that before. Villafran-' cha. We are informed, by a Letter from To"^ dated ' 03. 27, that the Town and Citadel of Tortorta had fur-'' render'd, and that the Garrifon, being in Want of every 'Thing, had been made Prifoners of War. A Letter ' from Rome mentions, that Cardinal Alexander Albani ' had demanded of the Pope a Paflage for 20,000 Auf-' trians thro' the Ecclefiaitic State \ that the Pope had ' not denied it; and that the neeeffary Protfifions we're get-' ting ready for that Purpofe. This entirely contradicts * many other late Accounts.' LONDON. From the London Gazette. At the Council-Chamber, Whitehall, the 4th of No-fcmber, 1746,        PRESENT, The Lord's of His Majefty's moft Honourable Privy-' Conncili  1 This Day thp Right Honourable Philip Earl of Chefter-feld, was, by his Majefty's Command, iworn one of his Majefty's Principal Secretaries of State. , Stockholm, 03.24. The Marquis del Puerto, the Spanifh Minilter-Plenipotentiary here, having taken his Audience cf Leave on Saturday laft, he fet out from hence two Days ago oh his Journey to the Higue ; his Son, the young Marquis, is gone" with hirii as far as Copehhagen, where he is to. refide as his Catholic Majefty's Envoy-Extraordinary. <' "~ Hague, N.-v. i 5, N.S. The Penfiosary fet out this Afternoon for Breda, and prppofes to be back again by the ikxc AfTemb'y of Holland, which it u thojght will be Tomorrow Se'nnighr. There are Letters from the Porte of t-ic Stfrgpaft, vvhich inii godaHMeafute confirm the Report of a.Peace being concluded between the Turks and Pcr-fians.   A Bafhawiis-faid-to'have br.oiight the News of this Peace, and that the moil material Conditions of jr werfr^1 That the Frontier^of the .two Empires (hall reijiairi ?.s here: tofore, and that tlie Perfijm Pilgrims ifhould have free Ac- , cefs to, and.-Recefs from Mecca,-.-without defending upon the Officers or iVlagillrates of the Poite. .decea4'  For. the Borough of. Baohiiry in Oxfordfhire, in the room of WiUiamnMoore, Efq.) -deceas'd. For the 1~Hy of Rochetter; in the room of" Admiral Haddock, deceas'd. Sir Chaloner Ogle, Knt. Hands Candidate. For the Shire of Rofs, in the roim of Col. Rofs, who was kill-d at the'Battle of Fontenoy. For the Shice of XDrkney and Zetland, in the room of the Hon. Robert Douglas, Efq; Icili'd at the (aid Battle, Brother to-the Eari.of Moreton, no�v a Prifoner in France. -^The-Wrifa^ tor. the two lajt were not iffued the lalt Seffions, on account of the unnatural R�bellk>:i. "Letter from Glafgo~M, Oct. 30. ( This Daft bet' g, the Auniverjary. of the aufpicious �iiHrWwwuuajjJiuu^ iUvyryi!!,1 in u.,tiww the Belk rung, and"Bon'iires were Ij^riled up at th* Crol;, and "before'the FIoufts'*6f the^Magifiiates/Deah of Goild, and Conveeatr.: At Four in tne ^fjernocn the whole Bells, of .the City uere.rur:z, and fvTajoV General Campbell's Regiment cf North ivkifli Fuf.ifcers, commanded by Colonel Colvil, being\li;v.vh up'in the uiual P!a*e of I aradc, the Magi ft rates-, accompanied by' the Kii^hc Honourab'c the Earl of G'c/icairii/'ahd''fe'vcn.1 Pcr:o'fc*s of Diftirid'bn.    ' ' The Gen.k'men.of our Lu.i-verftiy. a: d principal Inhabitants \vent to tl.c Top pf the' tStuir C-iie Ivadiu^ to the To\vh's Great Ha!l, and JrahU to the H �W ...il .Arms from the SohileiVj and attended w'Uli infinite Acola..nations ot thewhlje Inhabitants: TTierea-fier the \ngif* tr3tes and the'above Company, with" Colonel cVvi', and other Ofricers of thfc Bata'lionj repaired to the Town's Great Hall, wheie they again d'ank" to the IltT.lth of our melt auguit Sovereign, their Royal Hlghr.ilTes the Prince and Princefs of Wul s, the D.A;c, and ell tiw Royal Family ; Succefs to iiis-M'ajift^'s Aims by S:a and Land ; the Duke of Argyll's, ai,d many otiier loy;d Healths.' ' In the Evening the whole Windows of the City were . ^    � - "O   -    ------   - an elegant Ball and Entertainment, given by the Officers of the Regiment at the Merchants-Hall; arid with the ' higheft and moft unfeigned Evidences and Demonftra-' tions of Joy and Gratitude to the Supreme Be.ng,  and * his Majeity, for the happy Change in our Situation, 4 from what it was at the laft ce;ebratihg and observing ' this joyous Anniverfary on the 50th of October, 1745. Extract of a Letter from Gofport, Nov. 6. ' A few Days ago a melanch&Jly Accident happened, * to Mifs Rofweli. aged near fix Years, Daughter of � Capt. Rofweli, of this Town, who having taken Phy-' tick, was up fn therNurlery, where -was-a itcve Cl.im- * ney that ftood jult behind the Door, which flic endea-' vouring to ihur, her Cloaths took Fire : She tried tc ex-' tinguim the Flame herfelf, by wrapping a quihed Pet-� ticoat round her, but when fhe found ft.e cou'J not, fli ' cried out for Help ; upon which the Captain ran u * and found her all in Flames: He ufed all poffible Means * to put out the Fire, but flic was burnt in fo niiierable a ' Manner, tnat flic died three Days after. ' This M^orning failed from. Spithead, Commodore �' Coates wich tne i'rinctfla ^hd Edinburgh Man of War ' for PI) mouth. ' All the'Men of War are preparing for the Sea with '� all poffible Expedition. ' Admiral Leftock has hoifted his Flag on board the * Royal George. It is in general believ'd, that Admiral Anfdn, with the FJget under his Command, fail'd from  Plymouth oa^ On Saturday lalt Normand M'Leod, Efq; Member for Invernelsfhire, prefentfd to his Royal Highnefs the Duka of. Cumberland, a Bull and fix Cows, brought from ths Ifle of Skye on the Coait of Scotland, very fmall fiz'd, but remarkably beautiful. His Highnefs ordered them to be fent to his Lodge in Windfor Park. We hear that [Eiward Wefton, Efq; Tranfmitter of the States Papers in the Secretary of State's Office, goc2 as Secretary wich the Right Hon. the Earl of Harrington* to Ireland. On Friday laft died Capt. Somers Bricknell, an old ex-periene'd Officer in the Army; much efteem'd by all that knew him. .... On Wednefday laft died at his Houfe in Devonfhire, George Ofland, Efq; a Gentleman of good Fortune io that County. This Week died at Twickenham, Madam L'Eflrange, a Widow Lady, greatly lamented by all her Acquaintance, particularly the N^ceflitous, whom Ihfc Antwaliy reeved with the Surplus of Jer Fortune, alter ihi hu.4 delibfcd her own Exj.cnces: An Example greatly-worthy imitating. Yefterday Morning died, at; his Lodgings at Iflington, Thomas Walter, Efq; many Years an eminent Silkinan ui TSWf�C#CT'iiiw n bin l.tmly jeuiuU^i^ai^Bjjtuugis. _ ^.^,- On Saturday the 25th"of October, about Seven'o'ClocIt at Night, a Fire broke out at a Farm belonging fo E-muiid Clarke," E%; at Nfilton,: Wilts-, vvhieh^n.t^cty
                            

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