Sunday, November 7, 1745

General Advertiser

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 7, 1845, London, Middlesex T H U R SID A Y, November 7, 1745. Z)^/, November 5. REMAIN in the Downs his Majefty's * Ships Noiwich, Admiral. Vernon ; Pearl, Fblkftqne, Sheernefs, Vulture Sloop, and Scipio Fireihip; and the Dutch Admiral. Arrived Yefterday two large Swedifh Ships, and failed again to the Northward. Wind N.E. M ______ Grave/end, Nov. 5. Pafs'd by - the Princefta, Dennis, from Zealand ; Hamburgh Prince, j� Empthafin, from Hamburgh; Princefs of Sweden, Lind; D and Humility., Greek, from Stockholm; Good Intent, tJ Hale; and Two Sillers, Tapnall, from Riga ; Swallow, ,u Mailer, from Peterfburgh; Concord, Conner, fromi Wil-* liamftadt. LONDON. Private Letters from Munich fay, that in the magnificent Interview between the Elector of Bavaria and their Imperial Majefties, in which all particular Ceremony was avoided, his Electoral Highnefs was invited to accede to the Af j'ociation of Franckfort; but he anfwer'd, * That as his 1 Houfe did not originally engage in that Affociation, he ' mufl firft confult the Courts of Bon and Manheim on that < Subject.' 'Tis rumour'd that the King of Sweden is going to be married to a Daughter of Col. Horn, and he is faid to have nffignedto his future Confort 6000 Ducats per Annum, to be paid out of the Revenue of his Landgraviate. The Courts of France and Spain are ilill very b'ufy in order to bring over the King of Sardinia. Letter from Dumfries $ dated Oft. 28. ' I would have writ to you laft Poft, but had no News ' to fend you. It is very certain,' that a fourth Ship is ar-' rived in the North, with Arms, Ammunition and Mo-  hey for the Rebels; but as the Earl of Loudon and Ge-' neral Campbell have by this Time got a confiderable ' Force together, we have reafon to hope that thofe Sup-  ' plies may fall into their Hands. We are told that they u" have already feiz'd on what was brought by the firft U 1 Ship; and that General Campbell, with about 700 Ar-ri ' gylefhire Men, met with about 1400 of the M'Clachlin JJ 1 Clan, on their march to join the Rebels, arm'd only with ' Swords and Burks, difarm'd them, and allowed them ' to return home/ on their promiur.g to live peaceably.- ' The Rebels have now little Reaibn to boaft of great ' Numbers coming from the North j in all Probability ' that is over. ' Two cf our Townfmen have been at Edinburgh fince ' this Day fe'nnight, and not yet retum'd; from which ' weprefume that the Rebels have not yet moved.-As we ' are informed, the Forces are near Newcaftle, Meafures ' here muft foon alter their Situation.-God grant us a ' fpeedy and happy Iflue'to our prefent Diforders. I am, &c. ' P.S. Since Writing, our two Gentlemen are come in * from Edinburgh, they left; that Place on Sunday Night, ' but bring little material. ' The Rebels, they fay, pretend to be in very high ' Spirits, fomeof them give out, that they are to march ' in a few Days, to mat and give our Tro./ps Battle. Mr. ' Byng with the Glocefter and Ludlow-Caftle, and the ' Fox is come into Leith Road. It is certain, that neither ' the Frazers nor Mackintosh's, two powerful Clans, will 4 join the Rebels, tho' it was always given out otherwife. 4 The Rebels have fent Part of their Baggage to Tal-kirk, 18 Miles from Edinbrough ontheRoad to Stirling; they have likewife fent Part of their Sick and Wounded to the North, and are preparing to fend the reft the fame Way. Whether they intend to retire thither thcmfelves, u arid true Loyalty : Joy and Gladnefs appeared in the' Countenances of all: And the oldeft amohgft us affirm, that our Rejoicings on this Occafion far exceeded all they had ever feen or heard ' of before in thefe Parts. ' We have frequent Expreffes from the Norfh here, but ' fo various and contradictory, that we can give little Cre-4 dittotKem.' Yefterday arrived an Exprefs at the Duke of Newcastle's Office, with an Account that the Rebels were in full march towards Carlifle. We hear, that an Order was fent laft Night to' Flanders for the Remainder of the Britifh Troops, confifting chiefly of Horfe, to come over directly. Yefterday it was reported, that feven French Men of War arc Cruizing in Lat. 47, 48, 49, in hopes (as is fupposM) of falling in with our India Ships, expected from Kiniale ; but we are in Hopes that Admiral Martin's Squadron may (as hitherto) frighten the Monfieurs into Port. We hear from Alnwick, that there is Fifty thoufand Weight of Bifcuit ordered for the Army, which confifts of about 1 5,000 Men, in high Spirits ; and longing for no-thing�more ardently than to attack the Rebels. The Pepperel-Gally, is arrived at Port l'Orient, from Bofton, with French Prifoners. The Bedford Gaily, Hamon, of London, from Mor-laix, is arrived at Plymouth, with 270 Englifh Prifoners. There is Advice, that the Dreadnought, Beatfon, from London, is funk at Mahone. The following is an exact Lift of the Company who dined on Tuefday laft at Grocers-Hal!, with Sir Henfy Marfhall, Knt. late Lord-Mayor of this City, viz. The Lord High Chancellor. The Duke of Dorfet, President of the Council. Duke of Bedford, Firft Lord of the Admiralty. The Duke of Richmond, Mafter of the Horfe. Duke of Montague, Matter of the Ordnance. Duke of Newcaftle, Secretary of State. Duke of Queenfbury. Lord Gower, Lord Privy Seat. Lord Bathurft, Captain of the Band of Gentlemen Pen-fioners. Right. Hon. Henry Pelhamy Efq? Chancellor of the Exchequer.: Sir William- Yonge, Secretary at War. Hon. George Bubb Doddington', Treafurer of the Navy. Thomas Winnington, Efq-, Paymaster of the Army. Lord Chief Juftice Lee. The Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer. The Mafter of the Rolls. The Right Hon. the Lord Mayor. Sir Robert Willimot, Knt. Sir Robert Ladbrooke, Knt. Sir William Calvert, Knt. Alderman Pennant. Alderman Blatchford. Alderman Gafcoyne. Alderman Cockayne. Alderman Winterbottom. Mr. Deputy Sclater. We heat from Ware in Hertfordfhire, that the Rev. Drv Webfter,- Mihifter of that Place, together with the Differing Teacher there, went round the Pafrifh'to follicit -Subfcriptions towards raising Forces to join his Majefty's Troops in this Time of Common Danger; and it is hoped that in every Market-Town and large Village,the Church-People and DifTenters will unite together, on this Occafion, with the like Harmony and Zeal. They write from Gloucester,' that laft Wednefday being the Anniverfary of his Majefty's Birth-Day, the Morning was ufher'd in with Ringing of Bells, at Noori the Gutis at the Caltle were fired, and in the Evening the Right Wor-fhipful the Mayor,- the Aldern�en, &c. with feveral of the principal Inhabitants of that City, afTembled at the Thol-fey, where they drank the Healths of his Majesty and the Royal Family, Succefs to his Majefty's Arms againft the Pretender, &c. There were likewife Bonfires,- Illuminations, ann all other publick Demonstrations of Joy on'fo happy an Event. A M I C A. An Aft to prevent Abufes committed, by Entertaining, Concealing, or Carrying off th;s I/land,, any of bis Maje/fs Soldiers belonging to a>,y of the Regiments that now are or hereafter JkaLl. kc in. this If and ; or any of the Seamen or others, belonging to any of his Majcjif s Ships' or VrJJels of iVur on this Station. z C o o longing q O c WHERE AS great Abufes have been of late admitted by carrying off this ifland, and by feducifig and entertaining feveral of his Majefty's Soldiers belonging to the Regiment and Companies of this jfland, and alio feveral of trie Seamen and others belonging to his Majefty's Ships and Veifels of War on this Station, whereby fuch Ships and Veffels of War, as alfo the Regiment and Compares of this Ifland has been often found deficient of their refpeftive Compliments of Men, which has often prov'd an Inconvenience and Hindrance to his Majefty's Service on feveral Occasions, and may, if not timely prevented in the End be of fatal Confequence to this ifland and the inhabitants thereof, in cafe of any Foreign Invasion, or hidden Insurrection of Negroes. For preventing which dangerous Practices, and the Mifchiefs that might arile thereby, feveral Acts of the Legiflature of this Ifland have been made and pafs'd; but by Reafon, the Letter of the faid Acts only extended to the then feveral Independan: Companies of this lfXind, the good Defign and Intention of the faid Laws, may in a great Meai'ure be frustrated, and the Force and Penalties thereof be evaded, by Means of the faid feveral Indepen'dant Companies being now incorporated and made a Regiment, for supplying therefore the faid' Defect in the laid former Laws, and for preventing the Mifchiefs that may arife thereby. May it pleafe Your moft Excellent Majefty, that it may be Enacted, and be it Enacted by Your Majefty's Governor, Council and Affembly, of this Your Majesty's Ifland of Jamaica: And it is hereby Enacted ard Ordained, by the Authority of the fame, that from and after the pa'ffing of this Act, no Perfoh whatfoever fhall detain, hire, employ, or entertain on Board or on Shore, or carry off, or attempt to carry off this Ifland, either as a Sailor or PafTenger, or upon any other Pretence whatfoever, any Soldier belong- ""O ing, or that fhall hereafter belong to the Regiment that now is, or to any Regiment that fhall hereafter arrive, or be in this Ifland, without a Difcharge from the Captain of the refpective Company he belongs to, nor any Seamen or other Perfon belonging, or that fhall hereafter belong, to any "of his Majefty's Ships or Veilels of War, employed,' or to be employed on this Station, without a Difcharge from the Commanding Officer, or Captain of the i-hip or Vef-fel, fuch.Seamen or" other Perfon belongs or did belong to, under thePenafty of Fifty Pounds for every fuch Offence, to be recover'd in the Supreme Court of Judicature of this Ifland, by Action of Debt, Bill, Plaint, or Information", wherein, no EfToign, Protection, Injunction, Imparlance, hon villi ulhrius profequi, or Wager of Law fhall be allowed or granted, any Thing in this or* any other Act ti the contrary, in any'wife notwithstanding1 :' And be it further Enacted, by the Authority aforefaid, that the Per'fcri. fo carried off, or attempted to be carried off, detain'd*, hir'd, employ'd or entertain'd, fhall be Evidence againft the Perfon fo offending as aforefaid, and one Moiety of the Penalties in this Act mention^ and fo to be recovered as aforefaid, fhall be to the Ufe of his Majefty, his Heirs, and SuccefTors, for and1 towards the Support of the Government of this Ifland, and the contingent Charges thereof ; and the otherMoiety to the Informer, or him, her, or them, who will fue or"pf6fecute for the fame, anyThing in this Act, or anyotherLaw.Cuftom, orUfage, to th([contrary notwithstanding: And be it further Enacted, by the Authority aforefaid, that the" Secretary of this Ifland, do immediately after the pafnrigof thr:; Act, caufe the fame to be printed,' and Copies thereof to be fix'd up at the moft noted Places n>-. in the three Towns of St. J ago. de la Vega, Port Royal, and Kingjlon ; the Charge whereof fhall be allowed him by -the Receiver-General out of any Money in his Hands un-r appropriated, and this Act fhall continue in Force for one Year and no longer. Faffed the Council the iyb Day of July,. 1.745. Samtjel William's, CP-ConoiP I Omftnt the 13 th Day of July, 1745. Edward Trela-wny. Pajfed the Jfeykly the 11 th Day of July, .1744. , . Charles Price, Speaker"PrvTcmpSr?, 21-o CO, p will m iru rwa, :;uSb ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffes-House, in Lombard-Srree:,' No Wooden- Shoes; No Arbitrary Power,

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