General Advertiser, February 26, 1745

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 26, 1845, London, Middlesex -JL Morning , ancfcSfcr the Usnvemcncv of i>tiwcribdrs, in andaboat tne%;mes bt Mnfynand Wejtminjier, it Jhal! be delivered at their Hoafes, foorj ^e':tfc^ftne, for Six-fektfM 0ek~T*&$whochodfeto bp feryed.earlier, .buy have itof tfie'Hawkers or Pafliphiet-fhops ft Nine Prfff^^^fual * oK�y fending tcf ffeeJHibiifter^ in X&tfr Britain, for Ose Parny each^Paper. > 1 ^otwity^ii^tBg^th^ peculiar ^vantages pis-Paper has ver fome odid^YAdverciiemeots of a moderate Length are inferted for Two ijjillings each.�**:�'�:' ,J [ ' . L . ! natty 24.LV/Av 0i&Majeftyfj�.S JsBnaicaj and remanr geftyvs Ships& own %-VittualJ/ fntouth. otPortfifipvi &0$i Fluihing; and From the London-Gazette. The*EUn^Sefte^Ba^iw, feomISWenanv;is arrived way Parties wqnitee a* his Maiefiy's Ships waslyi&V 0 ihoughttabetowifig^thT�*fime' PretraderV^SoTHa\ the, ClaW* March; _ : Men from the eayiUbeTOOn Sl-George; Qocof ne&. C*irAtmyis 'ar and the traj(6rial Troops ordered thither are march-1 Sag- thrpuga the- Tirol with all''the Expedition which | 4he Seafonof the Year and the deep-Snow will per-1 mit.; , thclaftlietters came #(�^a&d'ffilI''�oi^ 1 tjhued-burning. Th^e Mirtiilerwhom-the Rector Palatine ] fends to the Cqupt of Viefina, is arrived at Drefden; | where, with theCloQnt Efterha&.^ne.n&s"fettled his Mat- f vsrh Acceffion to fhe^Jate Treitybf Peace, and the proper inftnuneau thereof ^erefigi^^DreTdett the 17 th " ~ " hole of thV3 ^c^^1Sfegi�.v tta%. JSadH^r ^^He>A�ii*^� * RelKja&cinftMftd^ j abbutzoo, whoaiulefeth^cmb^T^emirit^ and have 60 of th#r?o^^^we^nVat Stonehive. The main m^mmmi^^JS^f^^Me found it fo fwdi*d^^J^5^J^�IB^Jtito^hw arenoFwoTfwito^ji^s;^ aswe-hear, d^dtfW&AJGMlffi*?t6rf fo that we havefbrneiiope^Tm^^^^^^ Thefeiaft ^not-.�iT^*cS%^ Ws, they have been able to ffve wetftK#fc#a^s^y We1 g ^ 4, heft,'joferf ittJ^^^^^eW^o^^Ew^' Trade and Plantations, >s*-y. tpe{iK^n; of Swijfa Xfijagj^jfo $9&ef.?)itm , jfdujavus, ^^is^^^^A^dience jwa^,o/%lflUiriages.pf niSler'frdm the Stttes-&neral/areejcpeSV I Thec�ntmander of the Fbrtofte, aPrenci5Juii, Jatete I taken i?y.?ommodore^dx, gives an Account that|bedbl- j(andprob*blv QGcafiqn'd $e Accounts publdh'd of tl�e I 'L'itenant Gunt^)\mw&^ . ; ffienliWd tohave.^ieh at Gottenbureh,.,in fboupd^^orf^a is mm* ^60^eams^-^m |to preventtijeli- DdBgn?.-  ' " Itheseounty oF ^eht^ heing ^hdh^h'^^Itm E4a^ 4d�i'fhe prifldpll Perfote t?Mn HA^d the^whcV Ji��eeXj ^t^ffi^s18fi^lB^^Sicaiyr ahdffhx Frenchmert being Bad Na,vig*ors/4g^Vap tite C^reof r)h� V - ^ s 'ri'v&dset' i f "Tl?^i^ta^,-jime6^ is ta- ll-**. ,rtlRPfl.*1aiiii. Coaltw , ^y-AOmirat ByngVwcre 'brought up'lhe "RiveV tef^^. ^nd committed to the Marihalfea in Southwark, On Sunday laft^rcat Part of the private Men of Fits James's Regiment were committed PKfoners to JDovej^-Caftle ; among them are fome Deferters from the Britiflx ArmylnFfandeR. . Yefterday the Lords of the Admiralty appointed Captein Hanway to be Commander of the Windfur Man 0/ War, which will be laonch'd this Day at Woolwich. And Aifo appointed Captain Compton to be Commander of the Centuribn( now fitting out at Pdrtfmouth. On Monday flight jafta Perfon was committed to New. tgate, under a firbng Guard, who had been amongft the Rebels for Tome Time,' and till the Duke of Cumberland's Arrival in Scotland, when he thought proper to return to ^London, wherehe was foon difedver^. Yefierday Morning "died, at his Houfe in. Bafinghall--Jkeet,^hrjftftpi^.^m OReof..tlieinoil.�mine� '. Merchants of ?his Gxry s he was the Senior Infurerer^n. tiie Exchange. He has left a great Fortune bshbd him, which he aqqoir'd with the greateft Reputation; and lus . Death may be truly faid to be a PuWick Lofs. Tefterday the Earl of Lincoln prefented the; Rev. Mr  Samuel Creed, B.D. Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford, to the Reftory of Shadworth in Notdr^hamflur,e, void by the Death of the Iafi Incumbent. To the Author of the General Adveh-tushr. > ik .:: , : , - IT may be eb|e�ted- (to my Letter which X .p ibliflied in your Papeete 2 t.ft Inftant} bypufilfamimous Perfenst aad^Encmies too^r 4�ppy Conftitution, that: the '^Ir^B^^J^d^^rnef and forir vtFitmkrr^w. grown too ppwer&l to be reduced within rdfonable Limits/ ~ ';  ,J"~* .vV �' ^ ��' * Let us ftate tws fably, and we (hall find, that Fraittth .not thtf Bugl^'xo ��ght oswithf itis pliin they hate exej^thejrutmoft^ She Sapeiib%^^l^i�i m^mWtmM^a^\f owiug to the (ntefttoe War in GrtwMfr and*he prodei.t Steps taken by his Majefty to Retire the EmperorVElec> Iheir innate ^n^iajd fheyi have Troops more than fof-ficeqt, if they have SubWies, to maintainthcm; fo that a )Supe5i6ritymyj1b&ha^t^ wejite^J^jK^tt^fivei-tqnn-fics Qwrtert^er^^Mo^ybft^ ,' .. The Fr^Fuods-mult neoefntfaybedehaeritthis Year. The Hum of' the^ Jij/rV^fa Tj*de^ the Juol�iftinuesr�vz0(� js nb^Jn-^xhapljibfe, ei|her,is'j^>Mo�ey ^JrMen, and;, if by one gtocions PufX'WejiQuld fntec rate Wsnter-Oiarterfc |ra that Country, they muiiyicld to fuch Terms as We and 6ur Allies fl�r4dimpofe upon them, or may bethought heceBuy#y^*tfefttn^ 1 his theitiforefeemstoflie to be the Crifis of our Fate ; � and happy^ is Jfqr us� ^that wc may yet feize Time by the forelock : The fmck Monarchy mull now be juwpn*df and render'd incapable of future Groxyth (for clipwnj| ^ their ^iiigsls b^t a tempor^ Reinedy) or we muftfob^ mit to make an in%raoin Peace, and trufc to; worfe tftaa J^WK'Faith for the PtefoiMonof our Religion, Ltben:ei andTrader 5. . ; yj ^,5-.-;-, ^-i^ tet us with-a If Uiuon pfiHeamJnd;%nds, J^pd J^e Mlt o� tha I Mtl^^;Wwblahaveimp^edaPopiihPretenf f Mfmn^ fhAJM^w Slaves to the Papal and &*M I tdwti^ Jit B�ihew> that whmou^Lil$ertie�^ All Cha^ frm%$iN*8m\ Let n*r*taligte aponl^��^by^nteri|g their |Jo^aons. �ad Ihewthe-DoTareBce^rf Free%orar AD V ERTISE MENTS are taken in for . this Paper, at Lloyd's CofF^ifoirav ^ Lombard-Street. 1 !1 J~ if' ^ ;

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