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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 6, 1846, London, Middlesex                                Num ft. 3544, T H U R S D A Y,   March 6, Dealt March Of. JAME down his Majefty's Ship the I Eagle; and Gibraltar, MecheUy ior Gibraltar j" and? remain witfehf* Majefty's Ships*1 and the Outward-bound, as in my laft. Came down ? -and fail'd the Shaftibury, Bookey, for Eaft-India.  Wind N.N.W. Grave/end,.March, 4. . Pafs'd, by* ^ady^Margaret^ Roges, From%tx-rickzee; Bofphorus,; Richards, trora Leghorn ; Princefs Royal, Olles, from Friezland j and Lawpeiice and Mary, Roell, from Norway.- Flyrkoutb, March.z. Carrie in Loyal Judith, Cowie, from Guinea, for London ; Neptune, Cooper^ from Virginia, Tor London, in five Weeks, who came out with 28 ' Sail, under Convoy, of skis Majefty's  - Ship Mermaid, and parted in a hard Gale of Wind, 90 Leagues to the Weft, ward.  Putb&ckrthe?Mary Gaily, Daracote, for London. Dartmouth, March, 2- - Came in the Chriilina, JBeorn, of Calmer in Sweden, from Oporto, for London. Qewes, March3. Yefterday failed thro' our Road the Madeira Packet, M'Carry, for Madeira and South Carolina. t Wind N. . Pod?, March 3. * Sailed William "and Samuel, Rous,, for Spithead, to wait Convoy. Southainptohj Match 2.  Sail'd Betty, Depain, for Al* derney , and Mary, LeJBpi^uet, for Jercey.   Wind N. The John and James, -, from Leverpool, i s arrived at C&roliha.  , The Ofwego, Wadel, from New-York, at Plymouth. The Elizabeth, Auchenlock, from Virginia, at Peterhead. Vienna, Feb. 19. It is generally faid, that the Prince of Wplfenbuttel, who refides here, has embraced the Catholic Religion, will marry the Princefs Charlotte or Lor-rain, anc^the Government of Tufcany will be conferred on or'elfe thatof the^LbW-piiutttries, lafterthey are recovered '/ft* France.   " '    �*    � Meijih, Feb.zy The Manufa^urectf Porcelain being reftor'd to the fame. State jt was in before the Entry sf the Pruffians, we are aifured that the Xing ha* ordered a fii-perbe Service to bfe made,-which hfe Majefty defigns for Pfefents to the Court of Peteriburgh,. and'fome other Courts.      '* '"" ' ' .'"  : '" , . "' ...... L ON D ON/ All the LettergJEroj^j ylepn^. are full of the great Efforts that will be made thi^Yw in Italy, which can hardly be froftrated, confidermg-thfcMttfures already taken, by any other Mearisthanthatof :get^g^ thYKing of Sardinia. , . N o Wonder theiithat the HPufeof Bourbon labours fo much to bring this about. .        . Letters from die Coaft of Genoa fay, that the Englifh Men of War appeal more frequently there; and in greater Numbers, than they have done foYfome Time paft. We are affured from Franckfprt, th^t the States of Sua-bia have, at laft, ordered their Troops upon the Rhine to defend themfelves in their Pofts, in calethe French (hould attack th;m, and oppofe the latter irr any Attempt to pafs that River upon $e 6'C^etoTIttyerJ^fB.\ ;-:    ' And that a French Tranfpoft.is taken on the Coaft of Scotland-But we know not what Authority there is for thcfe Reports. ? The Report of Lord Loudon's Men having joia'd the fcebels is falfe. It having been faid in one of the Daily:. Papers on Monday laft, that the Argyllft^ire Men behaved ill at Invernefs thisv is; to inform thePubUck^ that the Earl of Loudon has not had any Argyll^ite' Men there.    . 5 Theionly three Companies of his. Lflnlffiips Regiment, ^hat yme raifpd in Argyllshire, and one of Lord John Murray's, raifed alfo. there, are in the Army of hisRoyaT Highnefs; and the Militia to the Number of zoeo, are, about. 76o;of them with his Royal Highnefs the Duke,4 200 at Fort-WiHiam, and the reft employed in garrifoning' Caftles, and maintaining important Pafles in the Weftern Part of the Highlands^ Letter from Por/Jmoiqb, March 4. 'His Majefty's Ships the Sandwich and Canterbury, mention'd to have fail'd to the Weftward,- on Account of three Men of War. being-feen off the Ifle of Wight, are return'd. The faid Ships prove to be Dutch Men War, from-Amfterdam, which are now at Spithead: This Morning came to Spithead his Majefty's Sloop the Hinchinbrpok, from the Eaftward; and remain with the Ships formerly mention'd.'' There is Advice that the Hefter Privateer of New York Capt. Grihnell, has taken and'carried' intb'New-England, th? Aurora, a very large French Ship, bound from Hif-pahiola to. France, . **** The Monmouth and Falkland Men of War failed on a" Cruiase from Plymouth on the lft inftant. i  On Sunday h\|l Capt Couplin of:^ Whitehaven, landed at Dartmouth Captain Gibfon of the- Farnley; and Capt-Lydftdn of Dartmouth, and their Crews, who were ta-lcen lately, and carried into Havre�4e-grace. The Richard and Sarah, Aldon, with Stores for Cape-Breton; and the fyjary, Martin, for Philadelphia, are put into New-York. Yefterday the Lords of the Admiralty appointed, Capt, Wjlliams, an old experienced Commander in the Royal Navy, to be Capt. of the Britannia, a Firft Rate Man of .War.   Laft Monday Morning died at his Houfe near Bedworth, in Huntingtonflure, Capt. Amos Southby, aged 87, many Years a Commander in the Royal Navy in the two laft Reigns, a Gentleman of great Bravery: and well efteem'd i among the Seamen. Yefterday the Commiffioners of the Viaualliog-Ofiice appointed Mr. Ted way Surgeon to the Viaualling-Ofhce at-^Ghathamand Dover, a Place of confiderable Front.-- We hear, that at the General Meeting; Yefterday at Garrawfy's 'Coffee-houfei of the Subfcrwers to the JJfo^ dertaking for*fihding dot the North-Weft Paffage, By. Hudfon's Straits Yk was refolved to fit out the: Ships, and forward the Expedition immediately.--�R�i> iw// be a G/orieus Di/covery for the Trade and ManufaSures of Britain. The Rev. Mr. Repgingtdn, Vitar of Newnham near Daventry, is made Chaplain to General Harrifon's Regiment of Foot. A feiy Days jfirice died Capt. Wpolley, of the Marines, and Brother to1 the Lady of Prhne-Serjeant Marihal, of theXin^dom of Ireland. Yefteidiy^dne John Webb was committed; to Newgate, by'Sh5 Samuef Perihaht, for" felonidufly ftealing a Parce} of Tobacco from iBotolph Wharf, the Property" of Mr." Reyno'H*, Merchant.f 'Yefterday a Mafter Taylor in Pennington-ftreet, Rat--cliffe Highway/Jbeing difcontented in his Mind, drowned himfe^f, near Limehoofe-hole ; he was immediately' taken up by fome'Watermen, and being known, was imme-djatgly, c^rrjed .Home, *where he has left/a Wife anof four Children.        " ' ^ i   ;   ,    ,  ' S  CO T L  A N D. ^ Edinburgh, Feb.-�7. On Monday laft'the Sentence of a General Coutf-Martial on fome Officers and Deferters; was executed at Motitiofe, at the Hekd of the Pigguets.- Capt. Konningnam was brought under a Guard to the; Head of thie Artillery, had his Sword broke over his Head, by the Provp|j, .and ^Salh thrown on the.Ground;, and ordered to'quit the Army for Cowardiceand Misbehaviour iq Action. ^       ^ A Lieutenant of Fleming's Regiment was broke For" Diibhedienc*;dF Orders, Porfeiture .of his Word of Hp-nour, and Prevarication before the Court-Martialheld^n him iff Confequence of his plundering and pillaging the Hpufe of Mif. Oliphant p� Gafk, .who is now with the tebeU.--^This. fliews hpw .falfe and malicip\i$ the nijany andalous. Reports, fpreadpf late with the utmoft Induf-try, have been, touching the Authority faid to be given   The Heftlan Troops ace all to march this Week for Stirling and Perth. Store Ships are daily failing Northwards; Yefterday Commodore Smith took on him the Command of the Fleet, on which Occafion there was a general Difcharge of the great Guns from the Men of War- Tothe Author of the General Advertiser. SIR,. YOU havingpubliflied fome excellent Pieces this Win* ter in Favourof theprefent Conftitution, the following TracYpubHfhed at Edinburgh, proves fo clearly the Abfurdity of Indeftafible, Hereditary Right, that I think you would do a Service to the Country in publishing it, as it ihews the Folly cf the favourite Doftrine of the Jaco� bites ; and will oblige Tour Covfiant Reader* The RIGHT of the Houfe of STEWART to the Crown of SCOTLAND Conftdered. THE Difpute betwixt the Whigt and the Jacobjttf turning upon the two Points of Right and Expt-diency, moftof our late Pamphtearhave^been employed in confidering the latter. This Branch of the Argument is indeed that, which, in our Reafoning with the Wblgs, needs chiefly to be infilled on; but, in our Reafoning with Jacp* bites, can only be of Force, when their Notions of Right; are in the firft Place deftrbyed.  A Perfon, perfuaded of' thedivine, indefeafible1 R:ght of Kings to got emtvroig, can never be .touched with Arguments drawn from their doing fo; and therefore, in all our Reafonings/with thefe People, this of Divine, Right ought particularly to be infilled on: 1 Indeed, the Arguments, advanced by the Whigs, againft this Monkifh Dream of divine, hereditary, indefeafiblet Right, have been fa many and,various, fo ftrong and con* vincing, that the Obflinacy of the Jacobites in maintaining it, is perhaps not the leaft furprizing Phcenomenon in N ature; but as y?t it is not Time to despair of their Coh-viaion. The Perfwafion of this gave rife to the following Thoughts; the End of publilhing them to the World being, to refrefh the [Remembrance of}nany, and, if the Author dare exprefc his Hope, to cofreft (if poffible) thf Prejudices of a few. If wearetrue.S�//irM, and the Author writes to none elfe, we cannot fail of being fired with Indignation, whenV ^t^^WwlllW^lre,. nor ever were, ^ free and inde^ pendent People; that we have been, fince Time immemorial, the abfolutc Property of a certain Family, wha claim us as their. Inheritance j that we are now the Pro* perry, not of a King, bdtthe Shadpw of a King^ the$a� nUh'd Race pf a Tyrant. Yet {his/ certain late MahU feftos have founded in oar Ears; wherein we, and. pur" Country, are claimed as tYieEjfate of one, who tells lis he pofleffes by Virtue of a divine* hereditary, indefeafible Grant. Whatever the Jttfobites maytbink of this, fufe there is no Man of common Senfe, but moft look upon \t as the groffefrAft^ont capable of being ofered himfelf pf his Country. < T^indowhugthdrChalnsi and ar^rehd of being Slaves, hay, a#?ohd of ranking with their Flocks and Herds, and of being bought and barterediJfee ttenCBut, thank Heaven, wesare^not. all pf the fame brutal" Difppfitioh : There are fome amougft'us that" ftili im^ginei #ig^yes/rVf, the Property of no 'King.Sio �Jiewndrp whttrvrTi : -^i^^^'mK^^p^^^^''^^ - , Thefe few Gjentlemen and Freemen imagine, that there is no PeMon not Family who ever had, or now have,,; a c^rine^-' J-lietiec[|bixyj f'ii  prehend, that no Man can convey mbre Right to another! than he hattfelf� vetted with. ^-  :~..-T~-"' Todemonftratesthis, they.�beg le^ve tp look back |s far jjeam 01 mi urana-saaugircer' Margareti m. ner 'ypy^ temtSorwayi the Rigfct pf Sacceffion to the CioWh' Scotbftf&meio be caUefLih Qdeftioni    v1 Two c^jef Coaipetitots .appested,, both of them De* The o^^^b%^t%^ym.MMfm-^x^of^^ eldieft Daughter: Margaret i the pther^\Kpbert Bruc%r^fi%. A Dy E RtISE M E N TS jire taken in for "this Paper, at Lloyd's Coff^-House, in Ldmtard-Sn*ect.   

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