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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 12, 1746, London, Middlesex The General 3838. February 12 17+6-7. February 10. after Poft his Sloop from a Came down for Jamaica for and remain with his and the mentioned ia my Wind from is arrived at The from at The Queen of from at The Pretty from at A Project was fome Months ago Foot at for the Number of that poor People might have Time them to live by their and in the State were ready to to But Objections were darted it by the more who knew that Poverty is the Mother of as Ignorance is of that all Thoughts of this Reduction are bid afide Far the Another Sche re is now on Foot there for the Reformation of the which it is expected w II meet with better The Weather which had been very bad in for fome was grown quite fine before M. began iiia March towards the The Winters there are very Four are marching to in two one of which takes the Way if and the other the Feb. S. Since my came in the ' and one other Man of have now Sail of Men cf War in the and above 10 Sail in The Wind blows hard at We are as a that tha French are fitting in all their every Ship of War they having fame grand Project to put in either or North And we hear that Orders have been fent to for the Men of War there not to put to Sea till further And Oil Sunday la ft failed Cowes to the the Surprize Man of and the Jamaica and Viper which are intended to cruize off the French and their They write from Newport in the I fie of of the that 3-0 Pipes of Oporto Wines were drove cn Shore on the South iide of the Ifland from whence 'tis fome Ship in the late Stormy but they have had no Appearance of a We that there are now French Privateers in the North fome of them of waiting to meet with which they worth their Attending The from Dublin to is back to in a very La ft Week the Hon. James Member of and one of the of the was married to Mrs. of a of great and 30,000 I. His Grace the Duke of Great Chamberlain of has iff tied out his Warrant to the Board of to the Alterations in the Scaffolding in for the Trial of Simon Lord and upwards of One Hundred Men will be employed on that bj Mr. Carpenter to his By Letters from and a To from different Parts of we arc that the Report of the bring among the Cattle in that is without the Foundation and it never has been within many Miles of that about 0~e a Gentleman went into the Church of St. in order to view that Curious but he had not been there five Minutes before he fell 2nd died immediately by Papers in it was known he at sn Account being his Servant came and took care of the e near be a Cz Morning about Six one Mr. belonging to the in in a Trough for watering at the Bull in it is faid he attempted to hang the Day but was On Monday Night one William Warren a was committed to the by Thomas of New for violently John and Francis two of his Fares when lie was going before the he down the beat the a Mob to that the Officers were forced to take in a till a cf was fent to their Feb. 7. George of left he had for fome Months having Leave from die Secretary of State to return to the This Favour is owing to fome who prompted him to afk his Liberty two Months fooner than he and which was granted him as foon as a And it is publicity taken Notice of by that in Gratitude to his for this On went this Town for his Seat in attended with a large the above George of after the Defeat of was to his as being in the Troubles in five Companies of Col. who have been fome Time quartered are to inarch for Next Sunday Charity Sermons will be Morning and at the United French Churches in and for the Benefit of the and Charity longing to the faid Between two and three pounds are Yearly for the nance of and fjr the Education and ing of 50 Boys and co Charity Sermons are but once in eight or ten Feb. 3. We hear from that the Militia of that having giving up Arms tothe of in of the late Act many of them in Order that they may not forget the they heretofore as alio in honour of the formed into a Society by the Name of by which they agree to meet the in every Month in their regimentals at fome convenient and there to perform the Manual and A Laudable it is to be the other Towns of this Kingdom would Saturday lait died of a at his Houfe on the Mr. Anthony an eminent and greatly of an a Friend to every a molt affectionate and to his and an Enemy to every Appearance of Deceit or By his his Family are of a large acquired by much and equal which makes his Death much regretted by the Sunday lait Audley of in the County of The fame Day at Harrold's r Edmond a very worthy and eminent after acquiring a plentiful Fortune with has lived for fome Time pait retired from We hear from Cork that the are frill at Cove by contrary The of Cork has the Rev. Thomas to the Living of vacant by the Death of the Rev. Mr. Mr. an eminent Merchant in this was married at in the County of to Mifs an agreeable young with a This Day the Rev. Mr. John Senior of the Junior Fellows of our is to be a Senior Fellow in the Room of the Dr. who hath accepted of the Living of Mr. William produced before the Dublin Society Ialt a new Manufacture of his own viz. A Parcel of beautiful Coat that look like Aget or finely with great variety of all made of extremely tough and with Shanks made out of the Buttons he works and with a To the A U T H O A S Prudence and exemplary are requ fice in the terrene Affairs of the Fortunate to to and to a zed a and gradually to to Human Society an Precedent fcr the tenacious cf every moral and 1 uty lo the is not to fay infinitely incumbent on and cf mean middling net only for the but more cog rr the Properties of their Creditors might not be their Families in Yet when by Accidents inevitable befal to which they have not bern fuch are and more frequently favoured with generous by than under the like in any other Tho' it the Piques of prejudiced or lucrative Views of avaricious that the for accommodating the Affairs of Debtors in but of are when of the Negligent and for Want of proper Dull fiction and profound upon too Terms to the great of every good and every bud not in the but in future too general and I refer to an abler Hand and better to an Expedient for preventing fo frequent find repeated Bankruptcies being already than is well my principal to the Importance of electing proper for conducting rivs Affairs of where the Value is and in narrow Ms often to Creditor fas own by proportionably Goods and and of under of as the Effects cf both may and frequently augmented according to the Probity and the Ignorance or Avarice of who are in either If therefore a competent Number of Creditors would meet and confer with each other upon fuch and appoint Enquiry and Report to be made to of the Characters and Credit of intended to be put in Nomination for fuch and attempt to influence a certain Number to vote for the Election of the beft qualified I Contradiction that by fuch both and and might be great to the Creditors and Men of Probity and Fortune with this prudent that Candidates equal in the mentioned Qua ii ft but differing in Capacity and being in and the Election falling it upon the Majority of they may in certain Cafes divide and could or would have who had the minor 'Tis when Gentlemen well qualified are put in vote and in their own Election for a Utility and Act but a5 jf it were wholly their own Affa and to expedite and facilitate the they may appropriate to each other his Lot for and appoint ani attend their mutually to report each to deliberate upon what's next to be and reciprocally to convey their and to ach other for the Advantage of the common t. None mould accept of fuch but who can and will devote a Part of their Time to They be Men of to the ia of good Morals who cannot defraud the nor of Promoting their and cf known who will nnt detain Dividends to the Creditors and their particular is too that a fmill Dividend is not worth them with and that the of calling the witl be a the when it be that the of a Sum from the Creditors will be a greater Lofs to them in than the proportionable Expence of a Sitting can be to every Individual therefore the Expeditious for the Accommodation of each be maturely the Money be employed in the Sec. until a Sum is A O JS K M N re taken in for Y D 3
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