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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 13, 1846, London, Middlesex SAT December 13, 1746. December 11. Morning his Sloop the from South Carolina and remain with the and with the Wind Dec. g. Since my in the Torrington Man of War from who parted with the Trade under her fix Days lhe came and knows no more of Wind Dec. it. Sailed the to wait Convoy for Dec. 10. Arrived the Charming of and from Sailed to Spithead the for Wind Dec. 10. Came in Chatfield for and is fince failed to Alio the from for and failed Wind The from is arrived at who parted with the Fleet the Day after the left The j and from at South The William and from at The from at The from at St. Davids fn The Capt. was int and not as has beea following is an State of and French while the latter were at French Ships at Ships at Cape 60 might have been well out of the or Ships and in Port. Parfait Prince of Le Le 60 when the Parfaite was Le Argonaute 30 20- the Admiral all the Officers quarrelling the Fleet and Forces very fo as not to be able to weigh and had buried near 3000 Man of from South is arrived in the Downs in her met with very bad which her to Main and and Was in danger of being twice has been 3 7,Days in her from tq South is taken by belonging to the and is Sr. The belonging to is alio taken and carried into St. by a Privateer who alfo funk a whole Name is nor The Flag of from Carolina to the is taken by a French and carried into We from good that as foon as j rne of Admiralty heard that the Jamaica Fleet expected near our they i an to Admiral and alfo to the i Men of War in to keep a good to protect them from into of the Their alfo ordered a Convoy for Carolina which be ready to fail in three Charles of an eminent Merchant of this will be cholen Alderman of Aldgate in the room of James who will pay Fine of 5001.' to be from They write from that Ephraim Millerj and of to offer as joint for that at the next General On Night died at her Father's Houfe in the Mrs. Elizabeth Daughter of Mr. an eminent and laft Night fhe at in a grand On died at his Houfe in Capt. formerly Commander of one of his Ships of On Night the Houfe of Mr. a in was broke open and of Goods to a And on Morning about Six o'Clock one Mrs. a in by who her very Samuel was committed to by Thomas for a Gentleman as he was coming out of on Night with an Intent to Rob his Hand being at the fame Time in the Day and Richard were committed to the fame Place by the fame for being in divers Robberies and Number 39,502, was drawn a Prize of 5001. and 35,464, 10,992, 4,922, 33,715, of CONCLUSION OF The Declaration of his William by the Grate of Prince of &c. of the inducing him to appear in Arms in the Kingdom of for Preferring of the and far the Laws and Liberties of Scotland and The Vigilante of 64 Guns and the Torrington of 40 tore then at the of 50 at arid the Fowey of 40 at Letter font Dec. 9. 1 Our Coaft is much by the French Ob the 6ththe Robert and was into the Harbour of by a large Privateer of 26 and very narrowly being chafed fo near the that the People on Shore hear the Privateer call out in That fhe was an Man of and bid her but not complied foe and a at the Robert ahd but did little The 7th two large Privateers off Berry and that Day took a a This Day arrived the from wild was chafed Into Falmouth by two large And this Day a large Ship chafed fome of the Torbay 2nd then flood away tb the Well with Colours lucky that the Hornet Sloop is off this the mull a Prey to this The Wind is now at and fine 20. JL ND fince our and molt entirely beloved 2\. Confort the and we have fo great an in this and fuch a Right as all the World to the of the Since alfo the did in the Year 1672, when the States-General of the United Provinces were engaged in a moll ufe their to put an End to that and that in to who were then jh the Government and by their fo they run the Hazard of lofing both the Favour of the and their And fince the Nation has ever a particular and both to our Confort the and We cannot from their in a Matter of fuch high contributing ail that lies in for the maintaining boch 'the and the Laws and Liberties of and for the to them the continual Enjoyment of all their To the we are moll by a great many both Spiritual and and by many Gentlemen and ocher Subjects of all 2t. Therefore it that We have thought fit to go over to carry oyer with Us a by the of to defend us from the Violence or And rous that our Intentions in this may be rightly have for this end prepared this in as wc have to it fo we ta That this our Expedition is intended but to have a Free and Lawful as as is Aad that jn alt the Jate Charters by which the of are to the and of no Force And all Magistrates as well as all the mail return again to their And more Antient of. the Great and Famous City of mail be in And that the Writs for the be to the proper according to Law and Thaf none be fuffered to to be chofen Members of bat Tuch as are by And that the Member's of Parliament being thus lawfully meet fit in full that fo the twe in the preparing of fuch as full and free judge and both for the confirming and executing the and fuch other Laws as are for Maintenance of the as for making fuch Laws as may good Agreement between the Church of England and all as alio for the c and of all fuch wiio will live peaceably under the as becomes good from all upon the account of their even Par not excepted and fbr the of alj other which the two of find for the Honour and Safety of the fo that there may be no more Danger of the Nation's falling at any time hereafter under Arbitrary To this Parliament we will alfo refer the Enquiry into the Birth of the pretended Prince of and of all things relating and to the Right of And for our will concur in every things that may procure the Peace and of the which a free and lawful Parliament we have have nothing before our Eyes in this oar but the cf the the Covering of all Men from for then and the to the whole Nation the free Enjoyment of all their Rights and under a Jult and Legal 23. This it to in appearing upon this in Arms In trie of we will keep the Forces under our under all the of Martial and take a that the People of the Countries through Which we not fuffer by their and as foon as the State of the Nation admit of we that we will fend back all Foreign Forces that we have brought along with 24. We do therefore that all People will judge rightly of and approve of our we chiefly rely on the of God for the of this our Undertaking in which we place our whole and only * 25. We do in the laft Place invite and require all fons all Peers of the Realm both Spiritual and all and all and other Commons of all to come and in order to the Execution of this our all fuch as endeavour to us j that fo we may prevent all which muft needs follow upon the kept under Arbitrary Government and And that all the and which have overturned the whole of the may be fully in a Free and Legal 26. And we That as foon as the tions are brought to a State of we will take care that a Parliament be called in for the Ancient of that and for bringing the Matters of Religion to fuch a the People may and and for putting End to all ihe that have been in a of fo Years committed We to Kingdom of L eland w fuch a State that the may be and the and there may be And we will endeavour by all to procure an Three that they may live hippy Union and and chat the and A D V E RT IS E M E NTS are taken in for this Lloyd's in
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