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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 14, 1845, London, Middlesex                                H'vtfiCsSSo. hfiP-;- J 5 A TU'R DAY,   S-lPTtttkift-t*,   1745. n 1 <� ^^^^ "Vn iwimiitiiiti [HIS Morning the Prince jGeorge, $t,  Subtractions from the Claims of Don Philip, who, in * the Name of his Father, put in for all the ancient Do- * - mains *of the Houfe-�f Aoftria in Lombardy ; and, in * Right of his Mother, for the whole^Dntchies of Parma 4 and Placenxia : And can we think that, in Cafe he fhould 4 fucceed, any fuch Difmemberments will be 4 either from-the Paternat or Maternal Claim. 'J As to the Genoefe, who were fo exafperated about ~* Final, I am afraid the Signors here. |will purchafe their , *. Peace at a higher Rate, 1? their Jloyal Allies fbouldnot � have all the Succcfs they1 promife themfelves. * I fay then, it is the ilntereft^f his Sardinian Majefty  * to keep clofe to his prtfent AHiaace: And that this Prince '"isHagood Jadge of liis own Intereft, is a Truth I never * heard difputed. LONDON. j.  The Sqnadron which is failed from the Downs, under the Command of Admiral Byng, to guard the Goaft of . Scotland, corififts of'^rree'Bhip* tof 50 Gohs, 'two cf 40, one of to, and two Sloops. AdmirjaT Vernon remains ftill in the TJonms; and the Fleet which is failed from thence to the Weftward, are to -craizeto Plymouth, the-Station of Admirai Martyn ; fo 'thatby this iTifpo6rion �Jic tt*Qle ?oaft wifl *w -fecuced from any De%ns of the Court  f France,&c. Private Letters yefterday from Scotland mention'd their having a Report, that 4ov�jd{ the -Rebels (had1 hjid Hdown vtheir Arms,^-and:d*fipeft*^hea�fe]fe�. L Letter* Trpm Chdhire and JUncafbite 0/ Yeftei:day, ad  vife, that the Militia are arming tiemfelvM m thofcCioun-tries in Defence of their Religion and Liberties, and that �feveral^f the-Nobility and Gentryialhafe Par�-hav�al- -ready had * Meeting at Leverpool, Manqhefter, Warrington and Knotsford for that Purp�6fe. Laft Week the Lord Bifljop of Chefter prefented the . Reweiend and .Learned Mr. William ?cmptohtotiie Rec- tory-cf Bradley in Lancaflwte-and Diocefe of Chefter, vacant by the Death of the laft Incumbent. Laft Night arrived a Hatch Mail, the Particulars of which will be imcrted in our next. The Lords of the Admiralty have appointed Captain Aftmrtt to be Captain of the Spy Sloop of War. The William, M*NeaL is arrived at Briftol, from Anti-gat, wlib fays, that the tynn Man of War, which was ; one of the Convoy of the Merchant Ships from the Leeward Hands, is lafeiy arrived at Cork. Ydterday there was Advice, that the Elthartt Man of War, was arrived at Plyrrrouth, from Newfoundland, with the Samuel, Btrrfell, Snd the Maft-Ship*, under her Convoy., m The Generous, Bakewell, from Barbadoes, is arrived at Falmouth.-She was t&eto-by a French Privateer, but after being 45 H�irs in Caftedy, was retaken by fAe Briltbl Privateer. yeltefday MorriiBg died ajt Hoxton Hofpital, Dr. Arthur Bedford, Author of mtey learned Pieces. Yefterday the following melancholly Accident happen'd in Change-Alley, viz. a Boy of about Nine Years of Age, Son of a Barber near Aldgate, endeavouring to climb up to the Top of fome Window-Shutters that itood in the Paf-tage leading to Lorn bard-ftreet, pull'd them down upon him, and one of them hitting on the Side of bis Head fra&ur'd his Skull in fuch a manner that he died in lefc than half an Hout. The fame Day a Boy was rode over in^ Cow-Crofs, and fo muchbruis'd that his Life isdefpair'd of. Yefteiday Mary Bannilter was committed to Newgate by Sir John Thompibn, for feloniously ftealing two Cotton Gowns, the Property of Sufannah Hetteridge. As was like wife AnneGiri, Anne Walker and Mary Green to the fame Place, for affaultirrg Richard Wilfon, Lieutenant of the Nottingham, in Well-Afley in the Mi-norie.% on Thurfday Night laft, and forcibly taking from him 15 Guinea*, and threatning to murder him. Yefterday JohnStooker was committed to the Gatehbufe by Sir Thomas De Veil, for affeulting Peter Dayley, with an Intent to commit upon him the deteSable Sin of Sodomy, and actually ufing ieverai Sodomitical Practices towards him before he could have him apprehended. Yefterday at the Seflions at the Old Baily 28 Prifoners were tried, Five of whom were Capitally convifled, viz. Richard Locker, for robbing Elizabeth Thompfon on the Highway. Judith Tilly, for robbing Ford Bolly of a Tobacco Box and 6 s. in Mofcs and Aaron Alley, WJrirechapel. 'Mary Green, for robbing Richard Wolforiof 15Guineas in Well-Alley in the Minories, in the Houfe -�f Anne Girle. Edward Lloyd and Deborah Lloyd, Jus Wife, Sotiotging and counterfeiting Shillings made of bafe Metal. Ten were caft for Tram^ottation, and 13 A^cquittcd. We are dehYd to mrorlrfthe Putjiicfc, that at*he earnef Requeft cf feveral Friends and Adventurers, j. Berxy and Company, will on .Monday open their Lottery Office the "fecond Door from theCorn.er.of Stationers-Alley in Ludgate-ftreet, in order to fupply tie Town with Tickets, Chances, Shares, and ^Shares of Chances, at the loweft Prices, and in the fafeft manner for the Purchafer; and all Bufinefs relating to the Lottery will be tranfaSed with the fame Care and Fidelity, that has been practiced for many Years paft. For the laft Time this -Seafon, on Monday next, afe RlfGKHOLT-HOUSE, will be a Grand Performance of Vocal and Inftrumental Mufick.-Singing by Mr. Lowe. $be Ufefuinefs ami Advantage the Publick may reap from   your Example, private as^publkkj aid by all other -Means in your Pawbr, to *xcite the People under your Care to-exer^ On this moft important Oxcalion, their ut-; mdft'Zeai.for the Pcefervaiion of our happy.Conftitution in Church and State. -,1 do earneltiy rewmmeBd you and your Labours to ^he ih'vine Staffing, and am, Reverend 5i>,' Tour Faithful Friend, LambetR, 9 Sept, And WeH-Wiftxr, �74s.   : JO. CANT. A^Lctterfertby the LotdMpp c^i&ToHh&pif-gy of his Diocefe'. / - ."J, GoodBrdlher, r%&^??745' :'t�'|i^ed not tell you, that Tthe Invafion jwhkhi**s* been ihreatea'd for ^sme tame in Favowv^f^^o^piiXre'rin-' dcr, is now aftuaHyinade; and is vJike^-Wj^Dronfly ; pufh'd and fupported by two Foreign^B^Brs^ m-'^'fame . Principles in Religion, and of undoubte^k&SJDn^to Arbi-; trary Government. ^The neeeflary Conferences -of thc-Succefs of this Attempt are fo terrible, and withal fovifible, that one would :^ ~ hope there was no Need of awakening all true Englifhmen and(Pretefhmts into a joft Senfe of them, iior of.letting them fee how preijkigly -oar Religion and Liberties rail upon ' us^ at this crlilcar JUriclure, to unite in a vigorous Endaa-. vour to defeat the Defigns and Hopes of thofe inveterate Enemies to both. * When fuch an avow'd and open Effort is made, ta> bereave us of every Thing that is moft dear and valuable to us, no Order of Men can reckon themfelves unconcem'd; nor canit be doubted; hut ThtCivil Adminiftration will exert itfelf to the utmoft, for difappointing an Enterprize that is fo big with Mifchief, or rather Ruin, to us and our Pof-terity. But if any one Order of Men be more nearly concerned than another, it is ours; who, under our gracious Sovereign are by our Office and Function the more immediate Guardians of our Holy Religion ; and particularly, againft the manifold Corruptions of Chriftianity, which 3 Popifh Government would not fail to introduce. , Upon thefe Confiderations, I have thought it my Duty at this Time, to intreat you, in a particular Manner, Fir/, To put up your earneft Prayers to Almighty God, for Succeis to his Majefty's Arms againft this bold and ,trai-terous Attempt, and for averting from us fo fore and heavy a Judgment ,* and then to convince the People committed to your Care, how nearly it concerns them to pray heartily for his Aid and Protection at this needful Time, if they have any Value for their Religion and Liberty. Stromfly, To raife in your People a jaft Abhorrence of Popery ; by fetting yourfeif on this Occafion, to fhew in your Drfcourfes from the Pulpit,theGroffhefeand Pernicioufc nefs of the manifold Errors and Innovations of the Church of Rome, and how inconfiftent they are with the plain} pure, and uacorrupted Doctrines of Christianity ; as contained in the Holy Scriptures, and received and eftabliftied in the Nation. Thirdlyt To guard your People againft a Delufion that has been ufually pra&tfed by the Enemy, as oft as Defigns of this kind have been fet on Foot j namely, That the Ptrfon whofe Caufe they efpoufe, will content himfelf with the Exercife of his own Religion, and with the Enjoyment of fuch a Prerogative as the Conftitution allows; and that no Change in our Religion will be attempted, nor any of the Laws broke thro', by which it is now fecured. To arm your People againft this Delufion, you cannot ufe a mote effectual Way, than to revive upon their Minds the State of Things in the Reign of King James the Second ; particularly, the great Progrefs that was made in fo fhort a Time towards the introducing of Popery, and, the Endes;-- vours that were ufed by him to bring about a Parliamentary Repeal of the Laws againft it 5 and, when that fail'd, his fufpending andfetting them afide, by the groundlefs Claim, of a Difpenfing Power. And all this, after the moft fo-lemn Deciaratioaat his coming 10 the Crown, that he would make it hit Endeavour to preferve the Government both in Ohurch anJ'IState, as ejldblifid by Law. The Declaration, of -which this is a Part, was made openly Ih Council, and chea printed and difpers'd with his Majefty's Leave. Thefe are the Things which f earneftly recommend to the ittentton ot my Clergy at tnjsn Ifttf. TMU 1 UU It'll the greater Earneltaeis, becaufe I am very fenfible how atuch Pains have teen taken of late Years, not only to abate the juft Fears and Apprehenfiofls She People formerly had, from a Popifh Government, but even to bring fome among us to entertain too favourable Thoughts of popery itfelf. And fo, commending you and the people committed to your Care, to the Bleffing and Direction of God, Tour ajfured Friend and Brother, �__ EDM. LONDON. **' ----     n High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 15 Minutes after 2. ^Baak-Stock 1433 ^ths, India Ditto no Price. South (Sea Stock 102 ihalf. Ditto Old Annuities 108 3 8th� a itf8a t -8th. Ditto New 106 1 4th c 106. Three per Cent. Annuities 88 a 8733 8ths. Ditto 1742, 88 a 87 3 8ths. Ditto 1743 -Md 1744, 88 a 87 3 8ths. Ditto 1745,88. Million Bank 115. Equivalent 11 o t half. Royal Affurance 82.1 half. London Affurance 1.0 7 8th�. English Copper 5 I. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan jio Price. Five per Cent. Dit^o no Price. Bank Circulation 5 I. 15 s. Pr. India Bonds 7 s.a 4 s. Pr. Three .and aJialf -Salt Tallies 6 -3 4ths, ThFee-anda half per Cent. Exchequer Orders no-Price. Three per Cent. Ditto no Price. Lottery Tickets 101. 13 s. Life Annuities 13.7 8ths Years Purchafe. D   R   U   R   Y-L  A   N  E. By His Majefty's Company of Comedians, T the Theatre - Royal ia Drury-Lane, ion Thurfday next,-being tbe 15 th of September, -will be pre-(enteTa Comedy, call'd oThe   ST R A T A G E M. With Erttertaiamenti of Singing and Dancing, as \�iJl be exprefs'd i� the Bids of the Day.      1. Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Hqbfon, at the Stage-Pp� of the Theatre. To begin exaftry at Six o'clock. For. SALE by the CANDLE, At LLOYD'S Cojfee -Houfe in Lombard- Street, XZnhbw-fday the igtb Inftant, at fDwelve JClock at Nop%, /TP H E Dutches de Pentbievre X aFreqeh Privatjeet, ;with z6 Carriage ami. �ve Swivel Quae, B\�.^8n 2,ao Toos more griefs, t^Jten Jby his J^ajpfty's Ships Bridge-water, Sbetrneft, and Urjula Tender, now lying off Sbadwell-Deck. Inventories may be feen on Board the faii ___,.....,,       Ship, at Sam's C^ffee-hqufe near the Cuftflm- fcoufe, at the Place of Sale, and by applying to W.ilmam Jamjes Gambier, Brokery Over-agairfi the Three Cups in Bread-Street. ^ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in for this'Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-ftrcet. 010C   

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