General Advertiser, November 22, 1746

General Advertiser

November 22, 1746

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 22, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Advertjfer. SATURDAY; November 22, 1746.. N u m a. '3748. Deal, November 20. |'EMAIN the Centaur, Fox, and TaviftockV Shark and Swan ILSloops; aifo the'Hatley, Hill; fc'and Noble Anne,' Finch, for Vir--;ginia ; Prefton, from-PettfribumK, are arrivedat Hull1/ 1 ' 'J � - .The George and Mary, Mo.untor; and ihe Thornton, Goatly, from Riga, at ditto. . The John and ifatmahj libng-, from Riga, at Leoftoff. The Nathaniel, Hunter, from London, at Dublin:'' . The Elizabeth'and Eleanor, Heme, from Norway, at Maft. ..  : L- O N D O N. ExtraS of a Letttr from Kjitfak, Nov. 4 Ha? ing met wrtfr the following Piece of News, taken in an Advice Boat *fr^ ArieYiai, and (JkewiTe in theDuke D'Anvfllc's Squadron, I fend itYoV year Perufal. Iranjlat'un of a Letter taken \n an.Advice-Boat SIR, \ THOUGH I make no Doubt but you are fufficiemfy inftrua�d>iw>theExpedidoWof the Duke D-Anville, vet I propofe tbtayfeif the Pleafure of infermingyoa* particularly and exactly of that Part of it, which has cdmfrta my Knowledge* /A*3.'as yon may have but an imperfect Account of the Sate of our Wand-fjatid Forces;-f be= gin with the firft^ - ,v. � > .' ' Ships. - " Guns, M$n. Commanders. 1*Northumberland, 64 Le Due dvArivifle. LeTriaent, v.v.... .64. Jod, DeTournille. ^ . I Ardent, $4  403 . Colombo. "Mars, 64 4tb ' Gi-enoyV tAltide, 64 4rb Ronaiila. ? !orce� 64 166 . Dli Quefne. U Leonard, -64- 4$d ; Ea^Clu. - ^Trgre-, 54 tfd *etfny. W Diamant, 50 360- Bleiiac. j*G*Hbon, ' 54 306" Ivfarquifac teAeBomnK-  � -  jt> -r&o- -Li Saint. ^ Megere, 30 ,80 Le Jonquaiw. T t1 ^ -----��o-"fadine:- - tfrme, "nfo 9 erhbaj-ked in the Borce, the firit as General to Canada, the fecond as Intendant of the Squadron; went on board the Commandant, where M. de la Jonquiere was declared Chief d'Ef-cadre, and to command on boaVd the Northumberland in the faid Quality, and Mr. Bigot was appointed ftifcndant :of the Squadron. The 2$th.we made Gape- Ort'ugal. (The 26th we were under fome Uneafinefs: For kt Sun-fet 'we counted a Ship more than oar Number, which we had jReafoh to believe by- the Latitude we were in to be no jother than a Privateer. At 1 j wefaw two Sail foul of each jother, and not far from u->; but in endeavouring to go to ftheir Afliftance, the Berce mifs'd Stays, upon whicq tbe |neareft Ship was Qfdered to join them. At Day-light we found it ta be a Dutch Fly-boat with Proyifionts for the Expedition, who had been foul of a Ship bound to St. Do-^mingo, and carried away hep Foreman, t The 5th of July.we difcovered feven Sail three br four \ Leagues (o Windward of us, But we had too much to undertake at the End of the Voyage to amufe ourfelves by {the Way. Unhappily for us we w$�t on but flowly ; for khough we had b en on near a Month, we were not yet diftant from France zoo Leagues, die Winds having alrooft always been contrary, fo that the 7th we were obliged to bring too under a-Mainfail. Thjjjjijth the Wind came fair, and put us all in good Spirits. The Mutine parted t Company, it was faid for MiiEfipi, and the Ships, bound ' to Canada, &c. were ordered to. make the beft of their Way. The 19th rhe Renomee went a head, we imagine to get fome Intelligence of the Place we were deftin$cl for. [The 23d we faw Si, Mary's, one of the Weftern Iltandi, diftah: ioyt&agu^s'. ' And thi 3d of Autfaft, taoogh it is now ten Days fince, we' are fcarcfe out ot Sight of Sib Weftern lflands, by1 Reafon of little Winds, ana almoft [ conft'ant Calms. The 24th we have now left France 64 1 Day?, and are yet 300 Leagues from Acadia, the Place it is imagined we are bound to, though it is much to be \ feared that this long Paffagewill hinder the Succefs of the I? Expedition: JGod be praifed we have not yet,a great 1 miny Sick;' but the People fiiffer daily for want of Water; I we are obliged to be careful of it on Account of the fmall \ Progrefs in our Voyage. The'24th, we burnt one of our I Veffels Which was finking, and repk�cd W wiA a Snow ' and an Engliih Ship from Antigua; the] ftrft takeh by the Magere, the laft by the Diamant. Sept. 1 ft, we had very violent Squaulsv with Thunder, which- carried away the^ Mars's Main Top Gallant Maft, -and damaged her Main' I and Maih Top Mails. 4th, The Tigretbok a Snow from I Carolina,1 aBd-the-DiamahC (00k another the 6th from I the - fame Place; The loth, we difcovered the Coaft of I Acadia, at 4 in "the Afternoon, and as we drew near our I intended Port, we were in great Hopes of anchoring with-out another Accident. Butfori\the 13th a Gale fprung up at South, and ^UHiaithick Feg feparated the Fleet, ibthat we toutd" nefth|r fee nor hear the Signals, and it .was not without Difficulty, that we .putt he Shjp about, for befides I the nearnefij of ;&� Land and the Ifle of Sable, we were greatly eppce^ned- for /ear of running on board of Ships ; ^owever, "wfc;^fcaped withput.any Q^er Misfortune than lofing Company. The 15^ the Weather cleared up, and we joined- the Tigre and 25 Merchant Ships. At 6 in the Evening the Mercury. Ho/pital Ship told usj that Moniieur de I'qurnell, who had fplit two Fore .Sails, had feflt a Frigate tb'.look.out for the General. The Cariboo, Leonard,' Alc�de,,Md^k^3.^i�5a..a>^pp Mail, and the " ^eing very'leaky, fteered for the American lflands, the -be�g ordered- to^ take-C�re-�f-her ; in (hort, I never Ehd'if I was to point out to you all our Mis-irtaoes*^ 3 --   ^ t ''. Sept; t6, Wa joined the Trident and Diamant, and the 18th we faw the Barbadoe� foworf th� TGiffittg Ships,: lT^ftved at Beifaft. ^ Alfo, that thesbarah and Elizabeth, Sacket, taken by 't^ie Glotie, a French Man of .War, and afterwards retaken by the London and Garland Privateers, is arrived at Croekhaven. The Swallow, Burke, from Moptferrat, is alio arrived at Cork. � Yefterday came Advice that his Majefty's Ship the Eagle has taken and< carried into Crookhaven a large-French Privateer, fuppos'd to be the? Shoreham, formerly :taken by the French. The Cumberland Privateer belonging to Guemzey, has Ibroughtihto Dartmouth a French-Ship, call'd the Lovely [Margaret, laden with Wheat, for Beurdeaux. � 1 Serine of the Cuftoms, wasjtaken by a French Privateer, to the Eaftward of Falmouth who alfo took a Fifhing Veffel belonging to Merazlon. The Eleanor, ;Mitch'ell, boand from Cork to Jamaica,  is taken off Jfifadeira' by a French Man of War. YeSerday his Majefty went to the Houfe of Peers, attended by hia-Grace the ,Duke of Richmond, and the ; Lord Fauconberg, and gave the. Royal Affent to the Bill � intkledan Act for the further continuing an Act made in ) the laft Seffion of Parliament, to impower his Majefty to ;fecure and detain fuch Perfons as his Majefty (ball fuijpeft . are confpiring againft bis Perfon a,nd Government. After which theRight Hon. the Houfe of Peers adjourn'd toWednefday next. Yefterday Mr. Ratcliffe was brought from tbe Tower, . under a fltong Guard, to the King's-Bench Bar, and his; j former Sentence read to him (be being concern'd in the ; Rebellion in the Year 1715): But he would not anfwer toi \ the. Name of Charles Ratcliffe, Efq; alledging that, he was Eari of Derwentwater.- He was in Court for the Space of an Hour, and' behav'd in a very unbecoming manner ; � He was then tak