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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 7, 1846, London, Middlesex V mb.. 362.4. S A TV R D A Y, Jvn* 7, i746T Jf'EMAIN 'the Surprize Man of "".War, and Ferret Sloop ; Princefs jof Wales,Harry .; Lyon; Gilbert ; and the Exeter, Watfon, for Eaftr _ India; the Sarjih and Elizabeth, Gloucefter,Sandwich, Richmond, Nathaniel and John, Baltimore, *: Buchanan,' and Mary, for Cape __�^TJ Breton; the Ofwege, Waddei, ^New-York"; Anne, Houfton, for - Philadelphia; the, Atlas, Wheeler, for Antigua ^ Wilmington, Adam*; for Bofton; Aurora, Davis, for Madeira? Earl of Gainfbe-; rough, Carsy, for St.Kitts; Lyon* Lyon, for Dublin^ Henrietta, Crouch> for Barbadoes; Salifbury, Hancock, fbrLiibon ; the Duke of Cumberland* Rofs ; Carolina Packet, Keigwin, for Gibraltar; and feveral Coaftew; Wind S.W. blows hard. Pool, June 4. SaiTd his Majeft/s Sle-op the Jamaica with 13 Sail under her Convoy, bound' to the Weftward ; but is put back. Wind N. W. Gnoes, June 4. On the 1 nVfaiTa the Gedrge, Mont-pillier, for Dantzick. On the 2d came in the Charlton, Privateer, Cap*.. Rant, from Portfmouth for Plymouth ; and feil'd again the fame Day. On the 3d came in the John, Watfon, from SPuth Carolina, for Oporto. Southampton, Jan* 4. TkirBay (ailed the Norway-Bear, forFrederickfhall. The Charming' Molly, Caftletem, froin Ireland, is ar-riM at: Carolina; The John, Watfon, from South Carolina, at Cbwes. l o N 0 a w 'flat general Talk of a Peace, wfiich has been for fome Dayspatt, is intirely ceafed ; and War is become the Sub*-]eSt of molt Converfations; and- fime People afiert, that 12 Battalions will be immediately emBark'dfdr HoBahd, which probably will be follow'* b� others: A Plan being (as they fay) concerted to fr.ep the growing Power, and Ambitious Views of France* which are/ chiefly pointed towards Great Briton, the Principal Ob&Yuclior of their Scheme of Uriiverfal Monarchy. Yefterday the agreeable News came, that Capt. Rodney, in his Majefty's Ship the Eagle!, has taken and carried into Kiafele, the EfperanCe, * Spanifh Privateer of 16 Cirriage Guns, arid 140 Men. The Heroe, Balairie, from Fowey to Nerth-Carplina, is retaken by the Fly Sloop of War, and brought into Falmouth. The Sarah, Phillips, from Swamsey to Plymouth, was iaken by a Freiich Privateer off Plymouth. We hear, that Richard Leiilock, Efq; who was lately acquitted oh his Tfyal at Deptfofd, is appointed Admiral of the Blue. We hear that there has. bee* ft* fome Days paft a Coaptation of the Twelve Judges, in relation to their being Commiffion'd togo to the North, in order to try the Rebels, And it is laid, that the Circuits will. te-poftponed till September. Yefterday his Serene Highneft the Prince of Heffe ainei with his Grace the Duke of Devonfhirei Lord Steward of toMajcfty-s Hdufliold, athisHaufeihPkcad%. | And this Day Highnefs dines with his Grace the Uuke of Newcaftle, at his Seat at'Clermont; and in way win take a View of Che Palace at Hampton. The Honourable the CPmimffioners for building * new �jnjge at Weftminfter, have .given, Directions that there mite two Caufeways. erected from the Staijs.pf the- new \ \v \ C�nveweocy of -Boats-hunting at Low-water ; water Mark ; alfoa Communication under the. little Arch, ! fcom one Stairs to the other. Mr. Philip Burton of Hatton Garden was Yefterday Jworn hi the Court of Exchequer, as one of the four Attorneys ef the Office of Pleas in that Court, on the Resignation of Mr. Thomas Franche. Mr. Garrid, at the Requeft of feveral Perfons of Qua Jity, will perform a few Charaaers. during this favoura-4 ^ble Seafon at the 7htatre.Ryalin Covent-Garden; and on \ Wednefday next he will appear in the Chara&er of fang ear. On Wednesday Night died, at his Lodging* nearAaon, in the 75 th Year of his Age, Capt. Norgate, who ietved his Country during the late War in Flanders. On Thurfday iaft died, at h� Houfe in Wardour^ftree;, Soho, Mrs. Elizabeth Clark, a"W4dpw Lady poflefsUof a very confidcrable: Fortaoe, whkh ftw has left to CharKa- On Thurfdaj& J^igHt about 11 p'Clpck*. as, Mp, Cook, a Shoemaker, was croffing St. James's Square, he was ftopt by two RufSahs, who knock*d him down, robb'd him of about 8 s. and got off with their Booty. York, Junt 5. We are afiured, that, my Lord Mayor has been favoured with an Anfwer from Sir Ryerard Fawkener, the Contents of which are to affure theni, tha^t his Royal Highnefs, received .very kindly their Invitadpn to take York in his Way, and would ve.ry readily become a Member of their Body, and mould be.gjad on all Qcca-fions to fervethem; but that the Time and Manner of his coining wasib. nnjeertdirj, that he couldnot make any Pro-mifes of taking York.in his Way,- fince. it was not im-prjffible that he might embark in Scotland for Flanders. Laft Thurfday died in this City, aged-76, Mrs. Jane Dawfon> Widowof-William Dawfen, late ef this Phrce, Efq; remarkable, for every good and valuable Quah^y,^ aBdtho' depreffed with more;than; the. common. Infirmities" of; Ager fhe ftiil retained aimoft to her laft Moments a found Judgment, and a Sprighdinefs, uncommon, toOid Age, that made her Cpnverfation agreeable both tq young and old. Asnfliewas greatly beloyep an^. efleemed, fo.fhe died muchawl vtrvly .lamented by, all her Friends and Acquaintance, wbo' in her have loft a true and valuable Friend, and the Poor a conftant and generous Benefaftpr. An O D E inferitfd to his Royal Highnt/s tlx. Dukt of Cumberland. I. EHILST Nations rage with hoftile Jars, AndVEuropi bleeds with wafteful Wars, am?4Britannia's fertile Plains, Peace, Joy, and boundlefs Freedom- reigns. SUtik Britannia; Britannia, thou iqft fie ' TbcRoyelWi\]^ri/efro>n-tbtet II. In Spfte ofF*anee*$Vlafted Schernes, Irv Spite of all their Qolden Dtrea^ns,. ' Whilft Goorgt Britannia's Scep&e rules, We'll fcorn Pretenders and their Tools. III � Near Banks of Zpttfi viftorious Fiel^l Where Rebel Scots were fpre'd to yields Let the applauding World be taught, Hew well Britannia'* Offspring fought; Smik, Sec. IV. Enough of Popifli RageweVe felt To make the hardeft Bofom melt i Then who could wifh, from Slav'ry freed, Once more to fee Britannia bleed. Smile, &c. V. Kind Fate has heard the Mate's Prayer, We fee Britannia's Guardian there, Arm'd with all Power to maintain The Sweets we tafte in George's Reign. Smile, Sic. I R E L A N P. �* Dub&�, May y. On Tuefday laft a Dutch ^Ship laden j with Wheat and Rye, was feized jn our Harbour, on Ac-eonnt of her Cargo being French, fhe was brought up'the River, and now lies near the Ferry-$oat Slip. Yefterday the Boyne Privateer arrived in this Harbour from a Cruize, having, it is faid, loft her Captain and fe-veral of her Hands by Sicknefs ; fhe took a French Merchant Ship, laden with Wine and Brandy, which fhe lent into Waterford. Thurfday faft being the Anniverfary of the Reftoration of King Charles the Second, the fame was obferved here with the ufu^lSolemnity. By Letters from Curraghmore, the Right Hot. the Lord Vifeount Tyrone's Seat in theCounty of Waterford, we hear, that on Saturday Night laft about la'd'Chck,. one,of his Lordfttip's Stables took Fire by the Qirejfjjjhefs of a Servant, which burned dpwa-Stabling, for ASMiirfes, with Granaries, Hay-bfts, Beds and'"Bedding fpr-moft of the Servants, a fine Mare, feveral Setting Dbg^,.4dH the Saddles, the Gaach and Chair Harneffes, Befides 31311^ other valuable Things; iut the Dwelling - houfe was' not touched. , Sit St. George Gare, Bart Goyernor of the County of Donegal!, ' having on the peath, pf the late" Lfetf Boyne, taken the Command, of the Resi|wn^ of Jrldrfe-J MUitia,. lately commanded by - hi&: Cp^fhip, Geotge Vayghan^f BuHcrana in the-faitl County,.has taken tab Command-of the Regiment lately cpm^nanded By Sir Stl George Gore We hear, that by the Subfcripjtipns of the Gentlemen of the King's County, and a large Contribution from Sir Laurence Parfons, Baft,, a Pillar,of ^p Feet high is now erecV ing in the Green of, Parfpnft^wn. in that County, to the Honour, of tie Duke jof Cumberland, ^whpfe Statue is to be placed on the Top'of'it, Thisis "the fir4 .Public Teft^-mony.'of the Gratitude we owe for his.Royal Highnefs**-eminent Seryices. We hear from Caftlelyojis in the County of Cork, that on the 21 ft Inftant died after a fhprt Ilipefs, Andrew Crot;-ty^ Efq;. a Gentiemaa.wliofe many Virtues drew on hua the Efteem of a very numerous Acquaintance. Yefterday Mr. JofepK Medlicatt^Pro^ltfr, was appointed Proctor of the Office to' his Majefty/s Court of Admiralty in this Kingdom.: �-/��, To the Author of the General Advertiser. JJ,...�-- --------- YOU fome Time ago printed the Penitentiary Taxes of the Church' of kmt; as fcctfafledf from' the Book bearing that Title: But Sc&elhom rill'tfs, inliia Amenitates LiterafUx Vol. 1^ that he (has ih his Hands; a very ancient Edition, wirJtout'T^et 'PJajce^prHanie.' of''the Printer, of the^Penirxntiql Canons, in wiich are. the .following Articles; differing from the others, in that the Penalties are here merely placed in certain Degrees of: Abuinencc, whereas the former were Pecuniary! � A fornicating Prelbyter, whopuWickly and notpripufly * keeps a Concubine, fhall faft. up^n,Bread and,Water for � the Space oftfevew Years,, three Mpnths in each Year ; � except on Feftival'Days, \vhen he jaay ufe Wine mode- ' rately, faftihg only every.Sixth Day, that is a Feaft.,- � The fame is to be underftood of'Adultery or notorious * Inceft. ' ' ' ' � Any one that fhallfiiv a^inft Hitut^, if hebtaCler-' gyman he fhaJl be^ degraded, and if incorrigible, he (hall ' be included "in a Mohaftery. A Laynian fhall be excom-' municated. ' If Father and, Son, lie wit(H pne Woman, or, if any ' Man lie with his Mother, or Daughter, or two Sifters, � he mall repent for feyen Years. If any Man ignbrantly fhall have Carnal Knowledge ' of two Sifters, his Mother, or his Daughter, he mall re- * pent for one Year. � If thou haft finned with a Beaft, or committed Sodomy, * thou fhalt rer^t f^f5fWnY;eaft; *^d Kye Jive of^ them upon Brei4Water. - any Man fhaH ' lie with his Eatner^s Widow, or Wife, or with his firft. Coufin, or if'the Father' fhall Daughter-in-law. rimage, rater. and live ' If any Bifjidp^ P^%ter o| Deacon fhall marry, he * fhall be depofed &om his Order. If a Bifhop Commits * Adultery, he-ihaU-iuffer fifteen Years Penitence; A Dea-' con, ten; a Stfb.deacpn, feven ; a Clergyman, brie ;-and ' the third Fart of this Time fhall be upon Bread and Wa-' ter. * If any Wpmaja fcajl bear a ,Chid>y Eornication, and * kill: it, bfbw fufflsr ten Years Penitence;' ' If any Man fhall: kill his Father, Mother, or Wife, * he fhall never ride on Horfeback.of Marry'; hot ftjalifie � cat F|efh.or,drink;Wi^,fbrjteji-Yea.rs. He that kills hl� * MQther fbal^:i0|irot'^Tears^^:)iis Arms hung down. * Hetij^t killa a Jew .or a PagM*Jlj4iL'iepent ior forty � Days. ' If the Mice fhall eat the EuchariftthrQ' the Negleft * of the I'rieftj: hSe fhall repent Jofty Pays; if it berlbft, � thirty.' " �''" ,' "' < If a Drop of the Blood of Chrift fhall fall upon the � Ground, he fhall lick it up with ChisiTongue, arid the ' i*lace fhall be pared, and Fire burnt upon it, and'the Concert of Vocal and Jnftrumerital Mu-fick^^,jA^j P^l HM^^^A,pii^m^ Hjrp^ficprd by Mr.Worgan. "JSeveraf favourite Airs on the ViolpncellD .by.Mr. Ofwali-.i,.aiSplb and Concerto on the German Flute.by Mr.'Lawfoh Concerto on the Baffoon by MfVHebdeh; aConicertoPn "the Hautboy by Mt. Eifrert. Tb conclude ht ttfe Hill with a hew;Stong bn the Vicltory, over thei^afetf bj;1ii|^e^\^h^-.-Ae Duke of Ciifiih�r$nd, ret^^rVH^de^'and. fungrby Mr. Lowe and Mifi Reeve� Plenty of Carp, Tench, Perohy Grufors, &c. and the Bift French Wines, psrtica-larl/Cha^fpaign; now inthe|reateft PertecVton. The Mufick to bsgm,in..the Moroiegf.atrhalf-aii Hour afar-to b"ClockV ^ ' AD V ERTISE M ILN TS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffie-House, in Lombard-Strfet. 0- 3- 0
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