General Advertiser, November 20, 1746

General Advertiser

November 20, 1746

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 20, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. Ntf. m b. .3746, T H U R S DA Y, November 20, 1746. Dealt November 18. ST Night failed his Majefty's Sloop Scorpion to the Weft-ward. . Remain his Majefty's Ship Centaur, and the Shark Sloop, with the Outward-bound, as in ray laft. Wind South. Falmouth, Nov. i$. Arrived the Mary and Beck, from Rotterdam, for the Straits. And in Carrick-Road a large Dutch Ship, Name unknown. Wind Plymouth, Nov. 16. Since my laft arrived his Majefty's Ship the Flamborough, with feven Ships for this Port; and two for Briftol, laden with Hemp, under-.her Convoy ; and two Dutch Men of War from Rochelle. Wind N.E. Pool, Nov. 17. Sailed the Induftrious Bee, Durell, to wait Convoy at Spithead, for London. The Henry and Mary, Fowler, from Stockholm, is arrived ac LeoltofF. Naples, Oil. 31. The King hat received a Letter from the King of Spain, wherein his Catholic Majefty declares, that, having his Intereft extremely at Heart, and being willing to contribute all in his Power to the Security ok the Kingdoms of Naples and Sicily, he had giver*Orders for fix Battalions to he detached from his Army in Provence, and tranfported hither, and that 3000 Men were ready to embark at Barcelona for that Purpofe. The Letters from Madrid fay farther, that Recruiting goes on vigoroufly in Sp^in, particularly in the Provinces of Valencia and Arra-gon. Berlin, Nov. 16. The Baron de Mardefelt, who has refided a confiderable Time at the Court of Ru^pa, being returned hither three Days ago from Pesterfburgh, went the fame Day to Potzdam, and had a long Conference with the King in his Clofet, in which he made Report to his Majefty of his Negociations at the faid Imperial Court ; the fains he had taken to render 'the good Understanding between the two Powers moreclofeandintimate; the Difpo-fitions in which he found that Court at'laft,. and the Caies he continued to keep it wel.l-difpofejd to the very Time of his Departure. The King feemed very well content with the Conduct of this Minifter, and the.neceffaty Instructions ore preparing, in. Confequence thereof, for CountFinken-ftein, whois goiag to replace him at Peterfburgh. ExtraS of a private Letter from Drefdeft,. Nov. 20.  We inform you, Sir, that the French Colony, elta- has teen lately held'at L^bon, in which three Perfons were 'condemned to the Flames for judaifm, ~r4fr(Jk l*ft$qf.e> ;$dd(d to many thtufakdt, of ibtlfnder Mtrcit, of Ptpcry /"'. There are" Ltttert from Vienna, which take Notice, that the Courts both ^Berlin anrtDfefd.en have made Re-preferita.tions to/thejr "Imperial Maje^ies, copcerniisg the Invafion they intsnd/jq make in Provence, and.the Dominions of the King oQhe Two Sicilies,! ... John-Lewis, �igning Prince o(~Aabalt-Zerbft, and Father of the GrauoVDuchefs of Ruffia^die ; died of an ^Ajfi- plexy in his '{^^^Te^tit Yearof hU AgV A^r^Mi'elifoe {J^gg devolve to his Brother-> Field*,Seme?,.*! the King of.PruI&a,. . B - f .ueTraoos According to Advices from PatAs, Part of i"1"** tfeci fof Prpytece *re to re^4^ an..Burgundy,-to embark upon the Saone, and fo to fall into the Rhone for the greater Expedition. Tne Payment of the Bills upon St. George's Bank at Genoa, has been again fufpendgd, till the State can coin more Money to anfwer the Demands that are made upon'it. Ten frefli Battalions are feat out of Piedmont, to replace the Auftrians who have formed the Blockade of Tortona, and 10 other Battalions, with the neceffary Artillery, and Stores, are ordered by his Sardinian Majefty to befiege Sa-vona. Letters from Coblentz fay, that the Garrifon of Luxembourg is fo little uneafy, iince the Hurry the French have been put in to march towards Britany and Provence, about any Thing that may be attempted againft them this Winter, that they have even taken dawn molt of: the Cannon from their Works. The French Jung has^nominated three new. Marfhals of France, who are faid to be the Marquis de la Motte-Hon-daucourt, the Marquis de Clermont-Tonnere, and Count Lowendahl. An Attempt was lately made by the Auftrian Light Troops, to the NumSer of 8000, to get Poffeffipn of Lou-vain ; but M. Saxe, being informed of the Defign, had the Precaution to prevent its Effects. There are Advices ftom Italy which fay positively, that the Expedition againft Naples, after all that has been faid concerning it, will, in a very (hort Time, take Place, and that the Prince of Lichtenfleih will certainly command in it, that General having feqt Orders before him for the Troops, deilin'd to this Service, to bold themfelves in Readinefs to march. Capt. JohndeGroot, lately arrived in the Texel, from the Streights, reports, that in the Height of Minorca he was vifited by two Algerine Xebecks, who examined his Paflport__A Renegado on board one of thefe Veflels told him, that they had taken a Dutch Ship, bound from Smyroafor Amfterdam, and carried her into Algiers: The Cargo was condemned, but the Ship difcharged. Like-wife .another Dutch Ship, from Cheiler to Venice, laden with Lead.-Both Names unknown. Yefterday the Right -Hon. Houfe of Peers waked on his Majefty at St. James's, with their Addrefs of Thanks; To which his Majefty wasplcafed to make the following moil gracious Anfwer, " My Lords* v " I thank you for this Dutiful and Affectionate Addrefs. " The juft Senfe you exprefs of the prefent Poftate of Af-" " fairs, and your A durances of fupporting me and my *� Allies, in procuring a good Peace, or profecuting the " War with Vigour, gtires me entire Satisfaction. The " Confidence you repofe in me ftiall always be uied for the " True Intereft of my People." This Day the Hon. Hoafeof Commons will wait on hfs Majefty with their Addrefs 6( Thanks. Yefterday being the Birthday of her Royal Highnefs the'Princefs of Wales, who then entered the 28th Year of her Age, the Morning was ulherM in with Ringing of Bells; at Noon there was a fplendid Appearance of the Not-:.lity, Foreign Mincers, and other Perfons oi Diftinc-tion, to pay their Compliments to their Royal Highnafles at Leicefter-houfe; the Evening concluded with Bonfire*, and other Demonstrations of Joy; and at Night there was a Ball for the Nobility, &c. Yefterday Sir William Trby, Bart, gave a grand Entertainment at his Houfe in Pall-maU, tp feveral Foreign Mjhillers and other Perfons of Diflioctibn, on Account of the Princefs of Wales's Birth-Day.? OnTuefJay Night the Right Hon. the Earl of Orfbrd arrived in Town from Houghton-Hall, in the County of Norfolk. - ------------------- There is Advice, that the Drapier, Wyat, bouncKfrbijii Cork to St.JCitts, was lately taken., by the-French � bot ranfom'd for 15001. AWo, that the By am, Bulkley; formerly mendonM to be taken by the French, is jcarried.into Breft. ^' The Hon. Jojui ffeft, ERieft Son.of-the Righf .Hon. the LprdDelawarr, has krfs'd his Majefty's Hand on his being appointed an Enfign in the Third Reghneat of Foot Guards, commanded by the Right Hon. the Lord Dun-more.  . 7 r �'"!' 1 "Yefterday Morning died, at his Houfe on St. Macy* Hill, Mr. William Parker, one of rte-Common-Council of Billingfgate'wird,' foimer'ly a Wharfinger at Smart's-Key, in which Bafisefehe acquired a very plentiful For-tuhe, vitbTg^eat ^Sptuatlpn, and was mudr ifteenTdTBy all thai, knew hifl,,,- 1 We hear that�.fcv�al fmall Men of War and Sloops are ordered to ''CruirV :i> th* ^CfianBeli 'on the Coaft of Frarice. -.  . It. u allured by a Number of private Letters from Scotland, that a confiderable Sum of Money has been lately convey'd into the Highlands, from the Court cf France, and diffributed amoHgft the UnalterabIy'Di'faft*^cted Clans, in'Order" to Iceep up their Spirits, and engage them to mako a continual Alarm, that" �the Resolutions taken by the Court of Great Britain, to curb the Infolence of trie French,, and fecure Liberty-and Property, $may be obilructed I But we doubt nut, proper Meafures will be taken to make all their Schemes prove Abortive. Yefterday one Samuel Bree," a Soldier, was committed to Tothill-fi and a Schooner, which they had^aken hovering on the North Coaft, in order, as they fuppofed, to carry off Rebels. CHARLES CORBET f, Bookleller, who has kept I* Corr$& Lottery^Office in his own Shop, Addifon's-Hcad, facing St. Donftan's Church in Fleet Sreet, feveral Years pall, fells wbol� Tickets, as well as Shares of Tickets and Chances, at the. very loweft Price, viz. A Sixteenth for o An .Eighth o A Fourth. 1 An Half a s. d. 7 o 14 o 8 o 15 o /. t. d. A Chance of gaining 625 00 to gain 1250 o 0 2500 o b 5000 o o And. . A whole Chance, ftill cheaper, hy �rh"Jcb the J ^ n , ' Fortunate may gain ] io.qoo o o He regifters Tickets for Six-pence a Number, and fend an immediate Account of their Succefs, either,in To$n oi� Cduntry, which (as Experience has convinced), may with Certainty t>e depended on, as he keeps two Clerks (though but one Office) to take down the Numbers in the Hail, and carefujly enters them, with his own Hand, into his Nume-rical-Boote,. which has been always found Correct.--* Be pays'his'Shates-directly, as foon as the Prizes aredrawttj without anyNI^.q>i.i^j^r^tbp^t-Paymefit, and examines his own Shares and Ch&aces the whole Time of Drawing gratis . � � / �. 1 � . Hi � 1 � -i �'-^ Bank-Stock 126 3 4thsa~i 4th a 5 8ths. Irictia" D'tfb 175 1 half. South Sea Stock no Price. Ditto Old Annuities 99 a 1 4th. . Ditto Nevy Cjcj..i 4th.. Four p�> Cent, Bank Annuities 98 iJialfagSaS 5 gchs.- Threl per Cqat. A'aiwitie^'Si 3 4ths a 1 half a 5 8ths, v Million Bank i"o4. Equivalent pp Price.ft Royal Affurawe 78". London Ajffurance iO'7'8tha. Ejiglfih-Copper 5 \. Seven per Cent. Emperor's JLo�n no Price. Five 'Sper, Cent. Ditto P^ce. o Banic  Circulation 2 I. 2s.16d.Pri India Bonds 2 1.- 3s. a 1 1. ifys'. ?r. Three and a half Salr �7^5,no P^e. _ Thre^ap^a, half per Cent. Ex, cheqaer Orders no Price. s^hree.>per Cent. dift^ooPtice. Lo�ery Ticfelf 10 f. if! B4, " *tAfc*Rr&tBei~i� i half Years Purchafe. AD V ERTi,SE MENTS are caken in for this Paper, ?,  c ;