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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 25, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. N l-j,f b. 3586, FRIDAY, April 25, 1746. ginia. Dealt April. 23. EMAIN in. the Downs his Majefty,s Ship the Scipio ; Foy Tender, and Swift Privateer ; the Antilope, Heyfhaw, for New York ; Allen and Agnes, Duncomb, from Gu:-ney ; Carteret, Robinfon, for Gibraltar; and Hope, Ferriter, for Madeira. Arrived the Dorothy and Elizabeth, Simpfon, from Vir- ...... WindS.W. Port/mouth, April 23. Came to Spithead the Charles Tranfport, Cariey, from Gutrnzey, with Soldiers, Men, Women and Children. This Morning came into the Harbour from a Cruise the Taviftock Sloop of War, in order to be dock'd. The Bacchus, Cobb, from Cajolina, is arrived at Lisbon. LONDON. Conclujlon "f M. de Ramfcbixag's Memorial. � Thefe Things were executed at the fole Expence of 4 her Imperial Majelty, and her faithful Allies, none of ' the States that were truly Neuter having fuffered in the 4 leaft. Her Majefty is not lefs difpoied at prefent to � inarch at her own Expence, for the Security of the Fron-4 tier, the Contingent ordered by the Refolution of the 4 Empire, on the 17th of December, 1745. And as to � what regards the Winter-Quarters, which fhe has de-� manded for her Troops that came to fuccour the Empire, 4 as well from the Low-Countries as from her other here-4 ditary Eftates, her Majefty has pretended to nothing 4 more than Cuftom and the L aws of War have always 4 granted to Troops, whofe Maintenance has coftfomuch, 4 and who have fo well performed their Duty; her Ma-4 jefty at the fame Time, after the Example of her glo-4 rious Anceftors, continuing to grant, without the leaft * Relerve, the fame Advantages to the auxiliary Troops 4 that are in her Dominions. Her Majefty's Delicacy in 4 this Refpedt proceeds fo far, that fhe is willing to reim-4 burfe or compenfate whatever the neutral States may ' have' fumilhed beyond their Due, conformably to the 4 Regulations, for the Number of Troops that were em-4 ployed laft Summer to cover and clear the Empire j her 4 Intention having never been, as it never fhall be, to re-4 quire anyThing of the States who fhall picque themfelves 4 upon their Sentiments of true Patriotifm, but what Juf-4 tice and Equity manifestly allow her. * All this being well-weighed and confidered, it is eafy 4 to imagine how fenfibly her Majefty was affected, when 4 fhe learnt, that in certain Refpedts tke Minifters of her 4 Enemies were liften'd to more favourably than hers; that 4 the Credential Letters of the former were received purely * and fimply, while Attempts were made to circumfcribe 4 thofe of the latter by Reftridtjons ; that even the verbal 4 AiTuraHces of De la Noue, which he does not commit to ' Writing, met everywhere with entire Credit; that in ' certain Courts there are Minifters in the Pay of France, 4 who inform her of all that paffes in the AiTemblies of the 4 Circles and of the Empire, and fuggell to her the Means 4 of doing ftili frem Injuries to the Houfe of Auftria ; that 4 inftead of acknowledging all that fhe hsd done, certain 4 Powers not only depart from their perpetual Engage-4 ments with the Arch-ducal Houfe, but even refufe to per-4 form thbfe reciprocal Duties, which her Imperial Mi-' jefty has, on her Side, literally fulfilled, and is ready to 4 fulfil on all Occafions: That all this was done for the 4 Sake of a Crown, which refufes to acknowledge the 4 Head of the Empire; that the Views and Dehgns of 4 that Crown were more favour'd than is confident with ' the Obligations of Members to their Head, and confe-' quently with the fundamental Conftitution of the Em-' pire; that at the fame Time when this Crown oppofes ' the unanimous Ele&'.on of the Emperor, and refutes to * renew the laft Treaty of Peace, thefe Powers are con-4 eluding with her fecret Treaties of Peace and Amity ; * that, in refped to her, they difpenie themfelves from 4 obeying the Refolution of the Empire of the 17th of ' December laft, ratified by his Imperial Majefty, and * thus entirely overthrow the whole Syfte'm of the Empire, ' by reading under Foot the Bands that unite the Members* ' to their Head, and to each other. Her Majefty never intended to call in Queftion the Pre- * rogative of States to conclude Alliances with Foreign ' Powers; it is her own Intereft that this Prerogative fhould * fubfiit: But the Bounds are welljtno.vn to whlsh it is j confin'd by the Treaty of Weftphalia, Dummodo ifihdc ' Fcsdera ton Jint contra Cafarem aut tmperiam. "� ' It is fubmttted therefore to all good Patriots, if Trea-| ties tending to break the double Ties, upon which the ' tyltem of the Empire is founded, ought to be regarded I as comprifed in the general Rule, or disapproved by the * Exception. But all thefe unheard-of Proceedings fhall n^-be aule to (hake the Conftancy of her Majelty, - the I .^een �f Hungary and Bohemia. Her imperial Ma-J^ity, firm under Misfortunes, moderate in Succeffjs, f faithful to h -*"-��'��uiv..-3. iiimorr. what * & Si ,h � rCl'Sj ^ *? makes 3 Law of 0 her- r A* w Jl Sela <^docs a111*" be willed, to her Crown, to her Houfe. to the Head of 4 the Empire, and to her Country ; confequently fhe will 4 notfuft'er hciielf to be fruftrated of the Perpetual Vwon, 4 * hich fubftUs between her Houfe and fome Circles of the 4 Empire, any more than the Rights which refult from the 4 common Bonds of all the Members. Hex Majefty thei-e-4 foce, willing to affure, maintain and prcferve this double 4 Right, as well as all that remits from it, againft all En-4 terprizes to the contrary, has charged the underfigned 4 Minifter, to notify this Declaration and Refervation to 4 all the laudable Circle of Suabia, giving it, at the fame 4 Time, the ftrongeft Affurances, that according to the 4 firft fundamental Law of Nature, her Majefty hns nothing ' in View by this Step, but to iecure herfelf from what 4 none of her Fellow-States would be willing themfelves to 4 fuffer.' The Baron de RAMSCHWAG. prom the London Gazette Extraordinary. Whitehall, April 24. This Morning the Right Hon. the Lord Bury, Aid de Camp to his Royal Highncfs the Duke of Cumberland, arrived with a Letter from his Royal Highnefs to his Majefty, dated the 16th Inltant at Invcrnefs; giving an Account, that his Royal Highnefs had, that Day, obtain'da complete Victory over the Rebels near Culioden Houfe. Lord Bury was difpatch'd on the 16th in the Evening, immediately after; his Royal Highnefs's Arrival at Invernefs, and came by Sea from that Place to North-Berwick, where he landed on Monday laft. The Shortnefs of the Time would not permit his Royal Highnefs to fend any Particulars of the Aftion, except that the ;Rebel Army was computed to amount to upwards of bight.Thoufand Men; one thoufand of which were left dead on the Field of Battle, and about fix hundred taken Prifoners. The Earl of Kilmarnock, Sir John Wedderburn, Mr. Murray of Broughton, Secretary to the Pretender's Son, the Perfon lliled the French Am-baiTador, and many others, are taken Prifoners. Lord Strathallan is faid to be killed. Three French Piquets, a-mounti'ng to about three hundred Men, furrendred themfelves Prifoners at Difqretion. All the Rebels Cannon, and fome Colours, are taken. On the Side of his Majefty's Troops there were killed Lord Robert Kerr, Captain in Barrel's Regiment, and Captain Groffette of Price's, and upwards of one hundred private Men kili'd and wounded. Lieutenant-Colonel Rich, of Barrel's Regiment, has loft his Hand. His Royal Highnefs gives the .greatett Commendations of the Behaviour of all the Officers and Soldiers under him. It is faid, that the Earl of Cromarty, with one hundred Men, has been taken Prifoner by Lord Rea's Men, in the County of Sutherland. We hear that his Majefty was-pleafed to give the Lord Bury One Thoufand Guineas; and alio, that he is to have a Regiment of Foot. Yefteiday at Noon the Guns were fir'd in t&e Park and at the Tower, on Account of the Defeat of the Rebels; immediately after the Bells begun to ring, and at Night there were more Illuminations, and greater Rejoicings, throughout the Cities of London and Weftminfter, and Borough of Southwark, than has been, known in the Memory of Man.-- To the no fmall Mortification of th'ofc few, who were weak enough, or of fuch defperate Circumftances, as to wifh for a Scuffle, even at the Expence of our happy Constitution,-Where are their Lies and Falfe Reports nviv p We are credibly inform'd from Edinburgh, that Mr. Grant of Grant, and Sir Archibald Grant, with fome of the Clan, who have been feveral Weeks of the Advanc'd Guard at Strathbogie, and to procure Intelligence for his Royal Highnefs, upon the Army's marching from Aberdeen, they went to Cattle Grant, and Strathfpey, which had been poffefs'd by the Rebel-, and were t6 join his Royal Highnefs at Forres, with a large Body of the Grants; fo that its not doubted they have been of confiderable Service, upon this importan Occafion. On Tuefday laft arrived at Spithead, from a Cruize, his Majefty's Ship the Devonfhire, Capt. Chambers ; who left Admiral Martin on the 2lit lnftanc, in the Lat. 49. 20. Scilly bearing N.N.W. Diftance 14 Leagues.- There remain at Spithead his Majefty's Ships the Prince George, Duke, and Princefs Louiia, under Orders to fail, waiting only for a fair Wind. There are likewife at Spithead the Marlborough, Sandwich, Shrewfbury, Princefs Royal, Tilbury, Pool, Jamaica Slc'op, and Mortar Bomb Ketch. ExtraS of a Letter from on board a Skip in Leghorn-Road, dated April 10, O.S. . 4 A private Letter laft Night arriv'd from Genos in-4 forms us, that the King of'Sardinia hath hemm'd in a 4 Body of the French and Spaniards, who are in fuch 4 Diltrefs as is fcarce credible, and that the Germans march 4 faft, and are very near the Frontiers of Genoa: The laft 4 tremble, I believe not without Reafon.-Many French 4 and Spanifh Officers are come here 011 their Parole of 4 Honour.-'Tis thought the Rebels will leave the Spa-4 niards in the Lurch to get out of Italy which way they 4 can. -The Genoefe have retaken every Place in Corfica, 4 and are in full Pofieffion of all the Sea-ports ; but 'tis 4 believed here that they muft fpeedily quit them,the King 4 of Sardinia being too near them.-The Neapolitan 4 Troops draw homeward, and, 'tis thought, will 'find 4 Employment for this Summer without going out of his 4 own Kingdom. On Tuefday laft a D^tch Ship from St. Ubes, laden with Salt, Sugar and Wine, run on the Goodwin Sands, and is loft ; but we hear the People got on Shoar atRamf- The St. Pierre de Kervoye Julian le Valiant, bound from Bourdeaux to Ferrol, laden with Sugar, &c. is taken and fent into Briftol, by the Durfley Privateer, and the Warren Gaily The two Veffels taken by the Alexander Privateer of Briftol, are the Diana Snow, and the Widow lirigantinc, (late the Atkins of Briftol. The George, Styles, from Virginia for London, is taken by the French, and carried into Bayonne. Yefterday was held at Guildhall a Court of Common" Council, when Reports from feve�^.l Committees were read and confirmed ; among others, that* from the Committee appointed to profecute the Application to Parliament for the Repeal of the Negative in the Aldermen, when a Motion was made by Mr. James Hodges, That theThank3 of this Court be given to the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor and Aldermen, for concurring with and affilting in obtain-tng the Repeal of a Clauic in an Aift of Parliament that gave a Negative to the Aldermen, a Power whieh had been productive of great Jealouiiesand Difcontents. and might, if continued, have proved fubverfive of the Rights and Liberties of the Citizens of London; and the fame was agreed to with great Unanimity. OnWednefday Charles Cooper, Efq; of Wetherby in the County of York, was married to Air's Jones, only Daughter to Henry Jones, Eiq; of Hackney, an agreeable Lady of good Fortune. A few Days ago was married Mr. John Alexander, Sen of Mr.-Alexander of White Fryers, to Mifs Kitty Ceilings of New Bond-ftreet, an agreeable Lady, with,a handfome -Fortune. Yefterday Morning arrived a Mail from Lifbon. This Morning between Eight and Nine o'clock Matthew Henderfon (for the Murder of his Miftrels, the Lady Dalrympie,) will be convey'd in a Cart to the End of New Bond-ftreet, Tyburn-Road, and there Executed on a Gibbet eredted for that Purpofe ; after which he will bs hung in Chains at Shepard's Bufh. On Wednefday died at his Houfe at Hampftead, Mr. Cole, an Attorney of good Practice. The follow ing Letter was fent to Dr. Henry, in Hatton-Garden, from Madam Neuporte, at Derby. S I R, IHave been afHicled thefe two Years with a violent Hsach-ach, and a windy Matter in my Left Side, 4 that would move round my Body and centre in the 4 Kidneys, fometimes putting me into the moft exqui-4 fite Agonies of Pain, I had Mifts before my Eyes and 4 Swimmings, that I was afraid to walk, Fainting and 4 Swooning Fits, Palpitation and Trembling of the 4 Nerves, Windinefs in the Bowels, refembling a Ner-' vous Cholick, which would rife, to the Throat, ready 4 to fuffocate me, efpccially when the Stomach was 4 empty, then would fly to the Head and caufe Dulnefs, 4 Heavinefs, and fharp pricking Pain, Noife in my 4 Ears, and my Hearing thick; I was of a hot and dry 4 Conltitution, and generally coftive; Rawnefs in ths 4 Bowels, fharp Belchings, Pain in the Back, my Urine 4 thin and. pale like Water, fometimes thick wkh'af 4 Sediment of red Sand ; I was worfe once a Month, 4 and at the Full and Change of the Moon, with Mc-* lancholy Hyfterick Vapours, and Convulfive. Motions, 4 Fears, Dreads, irregular Thoughts, fometimes cry, 4 other times laugh, without a real Caufe for either; 4 Paflion, Fright, or Surprize, would bring on unac-4 countable Symptoms, that I would blow up- with 4 Wind in every Part of the Body ready to built, as if I 4 had the Dropfy. 4 Thefe, Sir, were fome of the many and various Symp-' toms I was afflicted with ; I have been at Bath and 4 Briftol feveral Times, and had all the Advice this Coun-4 try afforded, to very little Purpofe; they faid it was 4 Hyfterick Vapours and Nervous Complaints: In this 4 Condition I languifh'd for two Years, with very few 4 Intervals, that my Life was a Burthen to me, and 4 had defpair'd of a thorough Cure, 'till hearing of the 4 Succefs of your Nervous Medicine, I, with Reluctance, 4 fent for a Quart Bottle with the Snuff and Pills, and 4 by the happy UfeSf it I have been perfectly relieved of 4 the Pain in my Head and the Convulfive Uneafmefs in 4 my Bowels, and have not taken any Thing thefe two 4 Months, and am in no Apprehenfion of my Tllnefs 4 returning, being hearty and ftrong, can eat my Vic-4 tuals with a good Appetite, and ileep well, which I 4 could not do in, the Courfe of my lllnefs, for which 4 I return you my grateful Acknowledgement, under *4 Providencej for the happy Reftorer of m^ Health.' Derby, March 4, I am, 1746. With all Sincerity, Your's, M. Neuporte. This Medicine is only to be had in London of Dr. Henry, in Hatton-Garden, near Holbourn ; and for Conveniency to thofe in the Country, likewife fold by Mr. Henry, Printer,'at Reading, and by Mr. Browne, Bookfeller, in Briftol ; at Seven Shillings the Pint. Bottle, including a Box of Pills and a Paper of Cepha-lick Snuff, which have been found very ferviceablc for the more immediate Relief in Pains of the Head ; and it hath been proved fo effectual in the Cure of thefe Nervous Diforders, that the King hath been ^racipufly pleafed to grant his Letters Patent to Dr. Henry for the fole Ufe of the fame. Note, Mr. Simpfon, in Berwick-Street, near Old Soho, was cured of a violent Head-ach and Noife in his Ears, with taking only two Pint Bottles of this Medicine. ADVERTISEMENTS are alfo taken in tor this Papsr, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-Street. /1 _L
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