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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 13, 1746, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. is u Oil: T U E S D A Y, January 13, 1746-7. Deal, January j 1. [AMF. down the Countefs of T ei-cefter Packet, for Fnlmouih ; t .c Moggy Lauder, Scott, for Gibraltar ; L'r.icorn, Armllrong, for Nevis ; Queen of Hungary, Robin'.bn, lor Dab'in ; Jenny, Hollowny ; Hanufhi'e, Chid-dell ; and Supply Hoy, 'lizard, forPortiinoutn. Put back the Fortune, Moody, for Irchnd, mid remain with the Men of War, an J Privateer; Wind S.S.E. Fa!m:ut'\ Jan. 8. Arrived Mafygold, -; fiom Drift cl. Sailed Two Brothers, Johnlon ; Barbara Maria, Grocer; and Charming Sukey, Turfley, for Penzance. Wind S.E. Pod, 'Jan. io. Sailed the Eagle, We P. cm ; and Henry, Bile=, for Falmouth ; with the Thomas and Lliz.beth, Blake, to wait Convoy for London. The Kin^'r-Fifhcr, Green ; ar.d Mary, Roberts, from London, are a- rived at Dublin. The Kitty, Brownett, from London, at Cork. Barcelona, Dee. 17. AY the Tranfpprts which had been ftopp'd in our Port by Order of die Co-ait, have been dikharged, except feven, which arc to remain here, and are laid to b; intended for tranlportir.g Piovifions and Military Store*. C.W.", Dec. 20. There are actually in our Bay iS Ships ready to fail i'ji the Wcll-lrcies, including 'he Glorious Man of War, which i to conv.-y them . But they dare not put to Sea, tho' the Wind is vu-y fa vcur.uT', for Fear of falling into the Hands of the L���glilri, who are ciuizing off Cape St. Vincent. MneJir.e'-.-t, 'Jen. 11. An Enngr, nrd a Vokin-eer of the Regiment of Wolfcr.butte', qnaricr'd in this Place, being informed that a lesv had About him a Purfe of between 2 and 3*00 Ducats, and fevcT.l Diamond Ring*, tan Opportunity to attack him on the htb liiitr.nt at 7 m the 1.veiling, knock'd him on the Head null a Hammer, ar.d then cut his Throat. Having taken the Prize, they cat oft his .Legs and Right Arm : But not being ab'e to hit the joint eff the Left Arm, they broke it, put the Body in a Cloke-bagj and threw it into the Maefe. The next Day the Glokc bag was found on the Shore, and as the Affafikii in their Confufion, had forgot to pu: the Limb- wi.h the Body, they were by that Means discovered. Having attempted to make tieir Efcape, they were fei/cd. And con fc (Ted the Fact. The Aultrian Council of War is now preparing their Sentence. Venh, 'Jan. 1;. On the 15th at Nigh', there was a Fire in this City, which entirely conlumed a Nunnery. Wc were at hilt very much afraid it would extend to the Magazine, which was near it, and full of Powder, Bomos, Set. But the Vigilance of the Burgh?rs prevented this Misfortune, aad happily put a Stop to the Prjgrefs of the Flames. LONDON. AnJArmaxicnt at Breft i well fuppl.ed with Water, and mcfl cexterccffv managto" the Preiervation of the Sun T-hceTe �� ' 0 o:,1cr aojaeent mult be attributed Alt Houfes (next the Providence or Get to the Engines being play'd to the belt Advantage the Lofs w as the Kiln and 1 3 Colls of Ma!:. Yelterday was preacher] by the Rev. Mr. George Aitken one of the Minifters in South Leiih, the Anniversary Sermon before the Society for Prrpagating Chn'ftian Knowledge in the Highlands and lianas of Scotland. We fee by the Bill cf Morality for the City of Glaf-gow, that 700 People died there in the Year 174'"'. We hear a Ship belonging to Aberdeen, lea'cd with uncuttomed Goods, was late y brought into Montrofe. Several Dutch Ofhcc.s are arrived hcic from Holland, in order to recruit. Morning a Company of Dutch Recruks came to Tosvn from the North. This Forenoon were chofen, Baillie Jamrs ManTield, Admiral Baillie of Leith, and Walter Sec: Rdiden; Baillie; Alexander Kincaid, Baron Baillie of the Ca-. .. ... - ------------ ^a..non George Wilfon Refident Baiiiie ; Jamci Wauch, Barorl Baillie of Portfburgh and Potter-row, ar.d Thomas Cleg-horn and Alexander Young Refident Bai.'lief. IRELAND. Dublin, Jan. 3. Laft Week died at her Houfe in Lough-boy, aged 80 Years, the Right. Hon. Elinor, Countefs-Dowager of Mountjoy : She was a Lady of very great Piety and Charity, of a Noblenefs of Mind that gave Luftre to her Quality, which makes her Death univerlally lamented. Saturday laft the Lady MoIeAvorth was fafely delivered of a Daughter. Monday laft died, John Favier, Efq; Keeper of his Majefly's Stores in Dublin-Caltle. Tuefday laft died at his Houfe in Fade-ftreet, Mr. John Dean, Clerk cf the Ordnance Office and one of the Bombardiers. He was a Gentleman much elteemcd by all his Acquaintance- Yelterday died at his Hodfe in Grafton-Stiecr, Mr. Thomas Lawler, a molt fincere Friend and an agreeable Companion. g-:c, and TH E Members of the S'.cietv Correl}indii3 nxlt': the Incarpotattd Ssaeiv it Duilh, 'or prt>n.;!:ng Englijh protejiar.t IVcrhirg Setc,Is in Ireland, arc deurcd to give their Company at a Gener,l Quarterly Meeting, which will be held at St. Martin'.- Library near the Mews, on Wednefday next, the 14th of January, rt 'Fen in the Forenoon. A V V E RT IS V _M !�'. N T S arc ukc:. iu tor this. Pater, Lloyd's Coff e s-House, in Lomlv.'d-Sia-et ;