General Advertiser, December 19, 1746

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 19, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer, m b. 3791. FRIDAY, Decem b'er 19, 1746. A" JDftf/, December 17. IS Majefty's Ships, with the Outward-bound, remain as in "my laft. Arrived William Glan-denny, from Jamaica, with'fe-veral others^ from ditto ; Williams, Arthur ; and Winchellea, Cornifh, from Maryland. Wind s.w. Grave/end, Dec. 18. Pafs'd by Bolters, Powers, from Antigua ; Ealtick Merchant, Bowles, from Peterfburgh ; Carolina, Msfnard, from Philadelphia ; and Jenny, Hooper, from Leghorn. The Black and Fenwick, Foot, from St. Ititts, is arrived at Portfmouth. The Chelter, Payne, from Antigua and Kinfale, at ditto. Great-Britain, Davis, from Bolton, at the Orkneys. LONDON. Yefterday Lord LtJvat was carried from the Tower, tin-der attrong Guard, to the Bar of the Houfe of Peers, and the Articles of Impeachment of High-Treafon, exhibited againft him, were read to him. After which, being ordered to withdraw, he preferred a Petition to the Houfe, praying, that he might have a Copy of the faid Articles, and that Council and Solicitors might be affigned him, which was accordingly granted. His Lordfhip is ordered to put in nis Anfwer on or before the 13th of January next. When he came out of the Coach he was fo weak, that he was obliged to be fupported by two Warders, and defired a Smelling-Bottle before he was brought to the Bar. He likewife acquainted their Lordfinps that he had nothing to fupport himfelf, and defired that his Strong Box might be returned 10 him. Then it was ordered, that the Lord Advocate of Scotland fhould allow him the Profit of his Eftate._ -N6twItnflaMllttg m Weather has been io bad at ^'ea' for fome Time pan, we are allured that Admiral Anfon, with the Squadron under his Command* were well off Breft the 11th Jnftant; but as he bad not met with any more of d'Anville's Squadron, it is thought they are gone for Ferrol, or fome other Port in Spaing to*void falling in, ' With the Britifh Squadron. Laft Night her Royal Highnefs the Princef* Caroline arrived fafe at St. James's from the Bath. ittp Old Annuities ico. Dittcf New 99 1 half a 10Q 1 half a..160. Four per Cent. Bank Annuities 98 i^ha^" a 99* ;-Three per Cent. Annuities 83 a 83 3 4th*. Million Bank 104. Equivalent no Price. Royal Affurance^S. London A/fu-rance to 3 4ths.. Englith Copper 5I. i>e�en per Cent. Emperor's Lo*n, ho Price.. Five per Cent. 4jt;o no Price. Circulation 2 1. Prem. India Bonds 1 1. 12 s. a and a haff per Cent. Exchequer Orders no Price. TAree ier Gent, ditto no Price. Lottery Tickets 24 1., a 25 1. b s.: Life Annuities '13 3 8ths a 1 half' Years Purchase. �I A U V E RT IS E M EN T $ are taken in lor this Paper, ?r Li^v d's Coffej House, in .Lombard -Street. / ;

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