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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 14, 1746, London, Middlesex                                The SATURDAY,   February 14.   1746-7- Deal, Febr-uo. ry 1 2 AME dcwr. Vefiercay after Toft   hisMajefty SJoop the Hazard ; Duke of Cumberland Privateer ; Benjamin, Menrd, for Eafilndia; An.-, Doclhvortb, for Jamaica; Wilt/hire, Strafford ; ana De-fire, W-:;>, for Portfmouth ; and Eitharo anc re: Sloop. na;a ; woti with his Maj_jftv' s Shirs Flambarcugh, i'c" nd Furnace Bcmb tiiC other Outward Yefterday a Proclamation was iQued out, that henceforward the Pilots ferving on board all Ships and Vcffels of War in our Pay fhall receive an equal Share of "all Prizes with the Lieutenants and Quarter mafters of Marines, and Lieutenant?, Enfigns and Quarter-mailers of Land Forces, Eoatf\v3ir;, Gunner, Purfer, Capcnter, Surgeon, Chaplain, &c. on board fach Ships. Yeaerday came on the Election of a Common-Councilman for the VVard cf Farringdon within, in the room of �Vr. Mills, deceafed : The Candidates were Mr. Walker and Mr. Browne ; on holding Dartmouth, Feb. io. Th's Day the Weather being; moderate, ar.c Wiad at S.W. the racket from Forbav, and ail the Men of War failed to the Weitwarc ; and this Afternoon a greet many Gur; were heard ; but we know r.ot the Occsiicn. U'fxrr.cu:'-. Ft?, it. Yefterday arrived the Pretty Ce:-fev, Wilton, from Faroe.   Came to an Anchor the Friend  fhip cf Lvmt, P:;l, Feb.   i JuGtth, terdam. rom Loud' .   Sailed r Guernsey nd N.W. ;n, for Evor.. Wind W.N'.W. he Jan fen,   for Gcttenburgi. ; and Vernon, Reeks, forRot- w as declare' ,'rowne, the lams the Numbers, at up of Hands the former d : but a Poll being demanded in favour of Mr. caftir WlM began 'immediately, and on (hutting the Books, there were for, Mr. Browne 190 Mr. Walker end this Afternoon at up /a- o'Clock. N   D   O !ff';ge. Goad r,, N. to Briilol, is came out a ftngle She brings New? and the Charles, the Soanifn Ceafl. td  had Witch. Betty, 1 there , wrto \?.h back to ed from lams Black RiVer, �ca ha', tne in z L   O The Baltimore. Breading, belonging rived at Milford from J3ma:ca ; fhe Ship, and had feven Weeks hat the Martha, Brown ; J ��: Forreft, were all returned there item under Convoy of the Enteryrize Man of War. made a very {liccrefsfut Vovage.--The Lancafni Thcmpior. , Wefrmorland, - ; Barraeuta, Burr. Doleman ; snd Whitehall, litith, were ai from London. The Harrington, Jame: 27th of November, is put iprang her Mail. Jamaica, Kov. 26.  ' The Flag of Truce is nc * to fail again, but an Expedition jut: undertake ' Commodore detains her, for fear any cf the ; c fhould give Intelligence of his failing, in crder * cept a French Flee?-, faid to be daily expedie - paniola. Jamaica, Dec. 14. 'On the 6th Inft.two Phn&oelpnta ' Privateers brought into this Place a French Ship of 50c * Tons ; and have tak�n five more, being Part of the ' grand Fire? from Old France, bound to Martir.ico and t Hifpanioia. We have alio an Account, of 2c more of ' them being taken ; and iikewife of our Windward Squa-' dron engaging 4heir two Men of War that cosvoyed ' them, who in all Probability are taken. The Swallow Packet, Cspt. Biewett, failed for England from that Iflc-nd on the 27m of November : And on the zSth Commodore Mixhell failed. v reacy by cu, i'riioner;. to inter-d at Hif- Yeit.erd.-y Morning early Mr. Scrafton, formerly in the E- lit India Company's Service, fhot himfelf at his L'Sdgir'jjs in Milk-Alley, Wapping. Lariy Yelterday Morning fume Villains found means to break into St. James's Church, r.nd took away the Velvet off the Communion-Table, and other Things of Value, and got off undifcover'd. On Thurfday Nigh: Mr. Dowell, a Shoemaker in Bar-'-.aby-ftreet, was ftopt in Snow's-Fields by two Men and a Woman, who us'd him very ill, and robb'd him of 8 s. and feme Haif-pence. York, Feb. 10. On Tuefday lafl John Read, Efq; quitted the Chdiras Lord-Mayor of this City, and is fucceeded in tnat honourable Office by George Efcrick, Efq; now Lord-Major ; After the ufaal Perambulation, t'n-y were fumptuoofly entertain'd at the Lord-Mayor's Houfe; The uncommon Zeal fhewn by Captain Thorton at the late Rebellion is well known, not only in this Country, but m ail Great Britain ; but the Town cf Knarefbarough, we hear, have prepared a very handfome PrefiiK of Plate to be made to him, on which is the follovfng Infcrip- GULIELMO THORTON Qui cum cohorte militum Sumptu fuo non mediocri Suftentam Pro Rege & Patria In Scotia contra rebelles Improbiffima hyeme Belli periculis Sefe raagnanimiter Obtulit. Anno D'ni M.D.CCXLV. Ebor' O : AI : c. D. D. Arm' S   C   O   T   L   A D. Li'.itr This Dav came in F'isT.'uth, Feb.   IC. " Prince Au2u�u-. the thefe t:x V< eeks in Laf. 4.7. 4S and 40 they faw na Englifh Cruizer* ; but if Weather, they were fure of feeing a F and on Saturday laft faw a Jmali Privateer eft ftar.e.    The faid Ship aifo law  :n Lat. without Mall?, but could not fpeak with her. Macs � t Laur arid two Tranfoorta rema Y'arfaw, of beating in which Time it 'was moderate ench Privateer ; the Eddy . a Yeffel The Loyal here. U:tS Or. Thurfaay laft his paulet, came to Spithea. GlouceRcr and I .ark Yefterdav a!: hi; Ko'-land's haggagc wa, fc embarked for Flar.der?. The fame Day L and his Seat in Par'ia Heydon in Yorkfiiire. On Thurfday laft a enable Walter rt'rdkc of Chidcingfione ai: Kent and Diocel'e of cf Hays in the Co As did likewi-'e a l.-jefty's Sh w to the oWvar, u 1 H;gnnet, lor Gr Robiofor. t. as Metnb e.er the Exeter, Cspt. :vi   taken   by the her Cor.vor. : Duke of Cumber-':n order to be Di.penfation 1 r, Lierr. D.i ts  Chejir.g:l-J CanterDur'. unty and Die Prefer, tat: 0: ;ger; Jain to tne the RcCtorv Mght Hon. He G:;m :' r.i : Dioce  iniiha coin. ;e ct Norw tne Cot: on, ot e;;t:;cr Hoot �Cfft: , to Dr toe C; w : h d: took the Oato.s tor the L'orouroh of 'w the Great Seal to 10 iio'd the Rectory in the Count}- of er witia the Rxctory i^ing s lisnco. to Chief lultice Lee, Iuftice Dt /ho . Butt-, M.A. Monntford, �orcy -f -.m t h o R -j ~\ 0,- v i and Dioccte ; :;n C; not a t and B u- Lin- �t   of Edinburgh, Feb. 6. Tuefday laft arrived here from Linlithgow, Barrel's Regiment of Foot, five Companies of which went up to the Caftle, and the Reft proceeded for Berwick. Col. Loo's Regiment quartered in the Canongate, is ex-pecled to march in a few Days for Glafgow, and is to be replaced by the above Regiment. .Archibald Curtie, Wright in the Shire of Galloway, is remitted by the Lords of SefEon to the Jufticiary, it being found proven, that he forged and uttered Notes of the Royal Bank of Scotland, knowing them to be falfe. Yelterday Forenoon at Ten, betwixt jo and 60 Boys, and near an equal Number of Girls, belonging to the Cnarity-Workhoufe of this City, (all uniformly ctothed with the Manufacture of the Houfe, and carrying Specimens in their Hands of the fevcral Branches of ufeful Trade they are employed in) being drawn up in two Lines on each S:de of the Entry to the Inner Parliament-houfe, p.id their Refpecls in the mcfi engaging manner to the Plight Hon. the Lords of Seffion as they were paffmg to tne Houfe, who feemed to be highly fatufied with the Appearance of the Orphans, and the virtuous Method of bringing them up ; efpecialiy as they now in a fair Way of being uiefu! Members of Society, and not Burthen to the Publick, as ia a!! Probability they would have been, if a Charity-Workhoufe had not been fet on Foot. The Orphans went afterwards in Proceffion thra' the Town, and were received by the Citizens with fenfible Marks of Approbation and Pleafure. Yelterday the Corps of the Right Hon. Lord George Graham arrived at the Palace of Holyrood-houfe, from the Bath, in order to be carried to the Burial-place of the Family. Laft Week Mr. Graham the younger of Dougalftsn, was married to Mils Campbell cf Shriving, a beautiful and virtuous young Lady. r N u m 3.   3839. ETERNITY. An      ODE. I. ETERNITY 1 thou vaft Abyfs ! State of Immortal Pain or Biifi ! When I repeat thy awful Name, I feel a Shock thro' all my Frame ; My Spirits faint and melt away, As Heaven and Earth fhall on that folerrm Day, When Heaven and Earth and Time fhall be All fwallow'd up In Thee ; When none their fcatter'd Image- fnall trace, Or f*3y what once were Days, where once was place ! ii. Thou art ! our v:ry Nature tells us fo ; Yet What thou art, haw fhall we know ? There's fomething in us confeicrus it fhall laft, When Sun and Stars are in;' Oblivion call. Yet this Immortal Something now cennn'd In a frail Tenement of Clay, Whsls it perceives That fubject to Decay, The Myft'ry of itfelf it drives in vain to had. in. Let.Reafon here take in here Oar, Ncr tempt a dang'rous Ocean mere ; She fees the Country from afar ; But what its Laws and Ccnftitutions are, She never can explore .' A Soul reflecting and afpiring ftill A Soul no finite Happinefs can fil], That grafps the Future and retains the Paft, ' Tis reafonable This fhould ever laft ! Yet what it is to Be Without an End Wc cannot comprehend, Tho' in the Search our Span of Life we fpead. IV. Thou art no Bogbear Tale contriv'd of old, Grown popular by often being told; As fome prefumptuous Men pretend to bold . The Sentiments we have of Thee, Immenfe, unknown Eternity, On cool Refk&ion ev'ry Man may find Imprinted deeper on his Mind Than Education's Stamp, or Prejudice can be, 'Tis Part of us, this lafting, ailive Care To do well when wecome-we know not where. V.- O could we once be wafted o'er To view thee from thy native Shore, Before we go from hence to Be no more '. Before this various State exchang'd fhall be For an eternal State in Thee ! Then the great Secret we'd fasliliarize ; And when the Voice of Fate fhould call, We'd yield our Sou is, at leaft, without Surprize-But now-Tis a dark Profpeff. ail. Now forth we fail, uncertain where we go Or what it means-to be for-ever fo. VI. But ceafe, my Soul .' thou art pofieft With lawlefs Curiofity, atbeft: Th' Almighty hence would have thee learn That fecret Things are none of thy Concern. Thou know'ft not thy own Future State, And would'ft thou Heaven's deep Councils penetrate ? Or more prefumptuoufly pietend Th' Eternal Infinite to comprehend ? Enough, thou mufh as all before have done, Ere long launch forth into this vaft Unknown ! When all the Myft'ries that perplex thee here Irropen Lufue fhall appear. Endeavour thou to make thy Peace fecure, That with Eteraity thy Pleafure may endure. Bank Stock 327. India Ditto -76. South Sea Stock 102 1 4th. Ditto Old Annuities 98 3 4ths a go. Ditto New 96 5 8ths a 3 ^ths. Bank Annuities 1746 94. 3 4ths a 95. Ditto 1747, 93 7 8ths a 94 1 8th. Three per Cent. Annuities 82 3 4ths a 7 8ths. Million Bank 103. Equivalent 98 t half. Royal AfTurance no Price. London Aflurance 10 5 8ths. Englifh Copper ditto 5 1. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 41. 7s. 6 d. Prem. India Bonds 1 1. 17 s. a 19 s. Prem. Three and a half Salt 1745 no Price. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders no Price. Three per Cent, ditto no Price. Life Annuities 14 1 4th Years Purchafe. High-Water this Day at London-Bridge, at 52 Minute* after 1. E RT JS i;. S are taker, in tor ihis Paper, ?r Lloyd's Coffez-House, ?n Lombard-5tr?SM   

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