General Advertiser, November 15, 1745

General Advertiser

November 15, 1745

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 15, 1845, London, Middlesex The Advertifef. Numb. 534^ FRIDAY, November 15, 1745. State of General Wadz*s udrmy, as reviewed at Newcastle, in Order ofBattle. Field-Marfhal WADE. Dutch. General Naffau. Wentworth. Lieutenant^General Swartzenberg. Oglethorpe Major-General Villates. Brigadier-General Evertfez. Howard. British. Tyr&wley Mordaunt. Cholraondely. Hufke. Harjdafyde. Flemingi 2 o . ^ s n 3 � o� 3 �i - n a* � ,r00 � c � 0 o a a* � So |� O 15 A *-> 1-1 � 0 � o c P � 2 t> o -a cj "c >-$ pq > h-3 rt bp O o CO * Price. Batteraux. 1 Fleming. Barril. �|  s S ~l C3 1 a to Second Bi Third Bri u cS 2 s 'i-5  a g -a N ~ r^i c a *5T  _ �-� rt  *-i om a Gentleman at Glafgciu to his Fiend here, dated Nov. 6. ' Laft Friday I was in the Country, where I had the -' Pleafure to fee two or three hundred of the Country-4 People all in Arms, in Purfuit of a Parry of the Rebels, ' who went thro' my Parks * ; there was firing on both ' Sides, but no Body hurt, and the Rebels made their Ef-4 cap?. ' We had great Rejoicings here on the King's Birth-day; ' tho' fome may perhaps think our Zeal and Loyalty have ' in this, over-run our Knowledge and Prudence, at fuch 4 a cri ical Seafon, when we run To much Hazard from the ' Refentment of the Rebels then at Edinburgh : But you 4 are too well acquainted with our Spirit and Principles to 4 entertain the remotell Thought of our temporizing, ef-4 pecially at a Time when the Revolution-Caufe, and our ' prefent happy Conftitution founded thereon, are openly ' attack'd, to both of which we have, on every proper ' Occafion, exhibited fo many inconteftable Proofs of our ,'' moft inviolable Attachment, and I doubt will ever perfiit S' in, while we remain a free People, in Spite of all the q; ' Attempts of Enemies, or Difcouragement of Friends to the contrary. 1,.. * About Six Milts NortB-EaJi of Glafgovr. 0 Yefterday his Majefty went to the Houfe of Peers, at-� tended by his Grace the Duke of Richmond, and gave the Royal Affent to an Ad for raifing the Militia in that Part cf Great-Britain cail'd England. Yefterday the Train of Artillery for General Legonier's Army, confuting of 16 Pieces of Cannon, were fent from the Tower, together with feveral Pontoons, Bread-Waggons, and other Carriages. The fame Day Mr. Holcroft, Mr. Mead and Mr. Weft, three Engineers fet out to attend the aforefaid Train. Some Letters Yeilerday from Carlifle mention, that the Rebels were on the 10th encamped on King-Moor near that City. This Day General Legonier will fet out for Coventry, where Part of the Army is at prefent. On Wednefday Night the Right Hon; the Lord Albemarle arrived in Town from the North. Yefterday it was reported that there had been a Skirmifh between the Royal Hunters and fome Dragoons, and a Party of the Rebels, greatly to the Difadvantage of the latter, who loll above i oo Men kill'd and taken. Yefterday an Exprefs arrived from Berwick, the Contents of which are not made publick. We are affured, that there has been 30001. already fubfcribed in the Tower-Hamlets, for raifing Men for his Majtfty's Service. And Yefterday a considerable Sum was fubfcribed for the fame Purpofe, in St. Catherine's Parifti near the Tower. Peregrine Palmer, Efq; is chofen Member of Parliament for the Univerfity of Oxon, in the room of Dr. Butler, deceafed. Laft Week fome Villains attempted to fet fire to a large Reek of Hay belonging to Sir Francis Dafhwood, Bart, at Weft-Wickham in Buckinghamfhire, by laying a Train of Gunpowder for that Purpofe, but it did not take Effcft, and fmce that a ltritt Watch has been kept, to prevent any farther Attempts. A Lift of the Pretender's Officers and Troops. Regiments Lochea Appin Atfaol Clanronald Keppock Glenco Ogilvie Glenbucket Perth Showen Maccauarilans Gkncarnick Glengeary Nairn Edinburgh 10 Colonels Cameron of Lochart Stewart, of Aidefhill Lord George Murray Clanronald of Clanronald, jun. Macdonald of Keppock Macdonald of Glenco Lord Ogilvie Gordon of Glenbucket Duke of Perth (and Pitfligo's Foot) Robertfon of Showen Maccauanlans of Maccauanlans Macgregor Macdonald of Glengeary, jun. Lord Nairn Rog.Steward (and Lord .Kelly'sMen) 450 Men 74.0 360 ioo �00 4OO 200 5OO 427 75� 200 260 300 300 200 Horfe In feveral fmall Corps C Lord Elko 7 l Lord Kilmarnock � Lord Pitfligo's Horfe 6287 1 poo 160 140 Total-7587 On Wednefday laft the R1 evt Dr. Jenner was elected Pre-fident of Magdalen College* Oxon, in f,he room of Dr. Butler, jdeceas'd. On Tueiday laft a Fire happen'd at Rycaut in Oxford-fhire, the Seat of the Right Hon., the Earl of Abingdon, a great Part of which, was confum'd j aj:d . unfortunately, his Lordfhip's San, the Lord Norreys, a fine Youth of about 1 5 Years, was burnt to. death in his Chamber, in which Place 'tis thought the Fire began. Sunday laft died at Speeke in Lancafhire, the Seat of John Norris, Efq-, the Rev. Mr. Strange, Reilor of that Parilh, much efteem'd by all that knew him. The St. Martin's Scheme having been attended with fuch great Sttccefs, fome Gentlemen living in other Places have been defirous to contribute to fo good a Defign : And, that all fuch Perfons may have an Opportunity to affift-in fo ufeful an Undertakingj Attendance is given every Day, at the Veftry Room of the faid Parifh, from Eleven to One, to receive Subscriptions and Contributions; which no doubt will be generoully made, from m,any Quarter;, for. a Service fo very necefTary at this Perilous Juncture, and which furnifhes a Defence the moft fpecdy, and the moft to be relied on, beyond all Comparifon. Yefterday was held a General Court of the Governor and Company of the Mine-Adventurers of England, when the following Gentlemen were chofen': Francis Boteler, Efq; Governor. Charles Waller, Efqj Deputy-Governor. DIRECTORS. , Georjrg Armftrong, Efq; Edward-Louifa Mann, "Efq; Mr. VrrHam Brown, Mr. Thomas Chafe, Mr. George Edmonds, Peter Elers, Efq; John Hope, Efq; Lewis Pryfe, Efq; Samuel Remnant, Efq; Andrew Robinfon, Efq; Mr. John Sadlcir, Philip Scarth, Efq4 Laft Night the Song compos'd by Mr. Handel, fyr the Gentlemen Volunteers of the City of London was perform'J at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Larie, with univerfal Ap-plaufe. The S U BJECT. H6. IX. o o 1" N one of my former Papers, I took fome Notice of o the Difference betvveen the manner of making Laws in ^ E?igLind, and that ufed in France and other Arbitrary , Countries. This will be farther very apparent to the. Reader, if lie will but look into the Style of .our A "lS of Parliament, which are all introduc'd in the fofLwing Manner; 44 j..'e it Enacted by the King's moft Excellent Majefty, by " and with the Advice and Conient of the Lords Spiritual " and Temporal, and Commons in Parliament affembled." -If they are to alter the Law in never io fmall .a Matter (as every Act of Parliament does in fome Refpect or other) yet the Prince upon the Throne never previoufry imerpoies his (ingle Authority, but leaves the Affdir to be freely debated by the two Houfes,' who confider it feveral 1 imes e'er they affent to it, and whofe joint Concurrence is necef-fary before it can be prefented to the Crown' for the Royal Sanction. Mr. Waller in a Speech to the Lords tells them, that every Bill in its Pafliige through the Legiflature, is thnce read and agreed to in the Commons-Houfe, thrice in=your Lordftiips Houfe, and then if* receives the Royal Aftent ; fo that it is like Gold feven Times purified.--Compare this now with the Manner of enacting Laws in France or Spain. - A young Monarch puffed up with Porter and Pride, perhaps in himieif weak and wicked, or entirely under the Influence of fome lewd Woman, or plotting Car dinal, fhall in five Minutes Time have a Difpntch drawn up, that fhall affect the Property of ten Million's of Peopie. Petitions and Remonftrances againll it are all in vain : So that the People never offer at them, w.ll knowing O CO vain, that they would be entirely fruitlefs. Or if any Perfon, out of a Concern for the Publick, fhould but wag his To-gue againlt fuch an Edict, away he goes either into tVifon or ^ banifhmerrt. The People are never the better for his In-terpofition, and himfelf much worfe, perhaps entirely ruined. Can any Man hefitate a Moment under which of thefe two Forms of Government he would choofe to live ? Or can we help breaking out into Raptures of Joy and Thankfulnefs to the Divine Being who has bleffed our Iliand with fo happy a Temperament of Power, and has not made it our Duty to fubmit to any Laws but what we ourfelves previoufly confent to. If the prefent Rebellion fhould prove fuccefsful (which GOD of his infinite Mercy forbid) we mult bow down our Necks-to the Arbitrary Methods aboye-mentioned. The Invafion is brought upon us by the Counfels of Paris and Madrid, fanctified by the Benediction of the Church and Court of Rome. What are we to expert from fuch Counfels, A't) V ERTISEM EN TS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-Street. No Wooden Shoes. _ No Arbitrary Power. 0 � Z. � ;

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