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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 2, 1746, London, Middlesex Numb. 38c F R I D A Y, Jaw vary 2, 1.74.6-7. Deal% Decembw 31. (EMAIN bis Majefty's Ships the Greyhound, and Experiment; the Scorpion and Swan Sloops ; the John arid Hannah, Loug, for -Plymouth; and Fortune, Moody, for Ireland. Wind E.byN. Grave/end, Dt fet Co Mouck by Dr. Maurice Green, Waller of his Mtfjefiy's Band ofMttdck, was performed before his Majefty aad the Royal Family, in the Great Council Chamber at St. James's. ODE, tor tbt NEW-YEAR, 1746.7. RECITATIVE. By Mr. Meoce. S- WIFT *� the Gwcifarg Sun His Zodiac Courfe can run, Bleffings on Bleffings brings he round ! Bfc&ngs by Jtrilons only found ? A I R. By . the faint. While GEOKGE, ^eryielding Htarts victorious, Sscares-dns Happy Subjects Fate, Thofie Hearts, confiding, make him glorious, As his Prete&an makes the*a great. In mutual Duties, ftill delighted^ While thefe revere the Royal Robe, The Prince with People thus'united, Like Sun and Moon illume the Globe. RECITATIVE. By Mr. Beard. The Splendor of their Eaftcrn Kings Let Slaves and Bowf&ingrBaiaaws boaft; �- Bivgker'rfenc* the Bn'tut fiifgi; To whom comparM,. their- Virtue's loft. ^ AIR. By the /mm. While Tyrant*, thofc they injure, hate. Their fearful Pride Bow meanly Great \ But Kiags, wta> kinder Far en&are, The Ray? of Godlike Glory wear f And* while thafTitfe, GEORGE, fs thine, ATwmd^hy.Browsiuea Rays will ihioe ! R EC WfiA T I V B. By tit M&'wi&y, and Mr. Wa�. Rftftakeri Gtity* bare*&y-Face> Attd flow wherein* tbj Sfjpendo^Ces; Not in difpenfiflg Mtferies, "But HapjpifleB to Human Race. & TJ E T T. By fbe font. With thee to reign1 mflft Virtue fway, Where King* defpotkk-lofe their Way ; Where wilftl Laws the Subject brave,. The Prince is bet to Slaves, a Slave .' CHORUS. To'Xiberty J toRaya* Love ' In Loyal-Lays j * let joyous Harnrbriy, Oar doe Thankigiving raife, Till join'd by Vocal Sounds Above-. There are fome Letters from ;he Hague whfch fay, that the Earl of Sandwich and Baron Reifchach, having been irivited.each to a Conference, tbere was feveral.'y deliver'd to them an Extr2& of the Refolution taken Migh^ineffes, in Anfwer to the Memoria prelented by thofc Minifters; that this Refolution quite Satisfactory to their Excellencies, and would rV to their Sovereigns; that, in Effect, almoft all wasgraht by it that had been demanded ; their High Mightin<*"~ promifiag to have 40^000 Men in the Field next Campaign, befrdes hired "Auxiliaries to remain in the Garrifofcs, and be in readinefs to reinforce the Artny, which they content (hall be entirely under the Duke of Cumberland, We hear that a Memorial has been fent hither by the King of Sardinia, complaining of one of the Auitrian Generals, in relation to the Genoete Affair*." Yefterday, according to Annual Cuftom, Sir John Bar; nard, Knt. Prefident of Ch'rift-Hofpital, went to Sr. James's and presented to Boys^educated in Navigation and Maihe-mmicks by Mr. James Hodgfon, F.R..S. at the aferefaid Hofpitai, to hii Majefty. Trtey are likewile to be prefented to his Royal High-nefs the Prince of Wales ; and alfo 10 the Lords Gbmmif-fion and that Ae few Hpwardsif too Cfl^s^&ialtiA^sjwitJi ft great Qoadtity ot Lead landed *mi.of ;n by their High 1 took this DecWant, thai befid^s tfeF-fe^g|Jr^V��gli!C Is that had beei^,fr�� franco, this Dvchua>twas j*fMb'4$&l� tfopjme r. - .--1 L.4_SKial^t. 7000 Canadein Fresco and rnJi^ns-, but i^noti^fre er they migh's not rrckori the j^or^ ^cot^�feJaB|^i H there being that* Pilots at p>�ho&> (na&M&$~ Schiegneeloi oie of which who- ip%ke-$^&e.$}lii, aflced how he dared to c^methefef^Pilot th^ kq*B&& Ships, upon which he ma?levAnfw*r j'aKngfrfcj^ Aitai polis would foon be. taken .and then, they Saoulik fee; Subjects again, and add?d that the GaO* they h'*d tafepn to the King, .of GrftttrBrjiain, obtigjjd tbern; i>Ciy t*-bc Neuters that this Dcpsnent co4i'jnttfed at Chj=b�iter a Prifoner tilUhe.iz'th Jnltaflt. wheiJ.a Flag o6^j$eyajj-riv'd from Louiibourgh with forly French.; Prji u^or jbjgiHg about forty Sail with tjfe.-\$fcd at Kr N-W, a�d ftse/'d S.W. along Shore for �S�pei"$aW*�i.o#, which tlase We�-EBghi64 whgf inJbrniM this Deponent that the Frencfi Admiral w/oJe''rt tilC^m^irf France by "4* Packet he fent.hom� ijkk,^i y^cjSd/ l&kp the Seas in Qide^ tpfi.et fcto tlie H^'oyr; o'f^^^rai* tiHlhe 15th of oVemher, N.S. if h? did hot ej&ift itofSkri tha,tthis Deponent" was further Jnfoqn'3 by; fev^r^laf^ Officers uon .oaard feyejral rf^he ^^ch^^hjp|jli^t&pn after ithe Fleet arriv*d* %,'^now( wis du^fcl^d &oojy.ttoa with Packets to the Cdu^^^anee'(o.inform $em.oT i3ie Arrival of the.faid' Fleet at '^h^jucloj* and their Jot^pg the Indians and Canadians th^^^nd^hjey ffct�$g$nng to Sail forAnnapoKs&oyal,' a^tfiaVtijc C^pr^in.pfmefeid Snow, had Orders in Cafe u^^c^w^e.la^en. ^t^^n-glifh to Ranfomhis Veffet.at aajr" ^^j^e^la^nt laysj that the Ship M^^e;0^i)^^�''H^(9!^>^f.l?|wg a PrimeSaiW, was fittedf'and p^'ti^Cireer* jo bdre^dy to fail for France (as the Captain, or |hffTafd"^ip fnfiijhe afore&id Captain Dolabarans often; totd; him)".urfpi "their becoming Mafters of Asakip^m'. Royal, to ihiorm"..the French Court thereof, epim which In'tcHTgence ijiby' ^x-peded 18 French Ships cf the>rLine, and 2,2.^ni2i"M^ of War^he Line, WjouldJ.f)e^f^wrty/n^e |pKjpg toj^in . their wse*t upon the' QdahV' wTj|cV)*^Depppefi|^ 'dp^iy'd was a matter generally: b^pir^^^'^ett^yp^;aii�^S them ; this Deponent fuTther fajjijs, he law Ijjrea^ ^tag�et of large B^afe Cannon taken out .ojf. a. X>atch*^^nt, and fent on board the Adiniral which he was.' K>T0*ere to the Number of Fifty, and wjre^to be.pni.af^ofe at Ahaa-poiis-Royjrt, this Declarant ftfr&erfafth,*t$at while |ewis I at ChebactQ .he - fair, about 20 Qffeaa*; w]�?, fi^^s in-fcrm'd were ill Engineers, biS^d^'m'Xi^iii^'o&Kk f. Velvet Cu�,and%Metal B^qns^aocv tJmg-P99^��.?ltfch **b:*�p t9jW'w�s the" proper Haih^^eiefl �o^ears. This �Jepo�em\ farthelrdec&res thai Jt.^aj a general jj|if-' courfe amo% the OBcefs, ^thkt.the Mercfianh ;of Ma-Ipes, (whofe Ihtereltin the Navigarwadepended on the Fifh Trade) had1 fuffered' fd niu^h by the taken of Cape-Breton, that they Petitioned the FfenchfKihg to permit them to fit out an Armament in orjer to the taking of Annapolis Royal, but the French Miniftry advis'dhii Ma-j-jefty to undertake it himfelL. becaufcxhe- Revegug-^riflag from the Fifh Trade, would be an ample Recompence to him for the Expeace; this Declarant further laith^ that feveral of the Officers anfwer*d htm that they would ruin anddeftroy the Frontier Settlements of the Englrfh-Colonies, arid he perceiv'd in gederal that they had a-gj3eat Dependance upon getting a ftrd-ng footing; upon the Qoati-nent of North America. .:= < Bcftan Oa. 22, ' PHILEMON SANDElfeg Province of the MaJfacbuft&U Bay." The above Named Philemon Sanders, ^'pgear'^bclpre me on the Day above writtei, .and. mgde.SjQpjmn Oath to the Tru:u of the ^^P^S^m3^^. ADVERTISEMENTS m< taken in tor this Paper, ?* Lloyd's Cq*fee-Hous*,- vn Lombard-Serf et
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