General Advertiser, August 29, 1746

General Advertiser

August 29, 1746

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 29, 1846, London, Middlesex Numb. 3695. FRIDAY, Atjgust 29, 1746. Mb) i HIS Porenoon the Granada Bomb and the Piifther Arm'd VetTe) faU'dto t^e We^ward, with the Outward-4>otMd. 'Laft Night ar-riV ^ � " ford, from roline, Mafpn ; Egbafton, Har-rifon' ; Imager, Raymond; and Hardwick, Hallet; and remain with his Majefty'a Ship Surprize. The Admiral Vernon, and Lincoln Indiamen for PortfinGuth. Wind N.by"yv*. GravefonJ, Aug. 27. PafsM by Young Francis, Qoe, from Rotterdam \ Swift, Bellj and Lapwing, Cheney, from Amfterdam ; John, Driver, from Bremen; and City of Zarickzee, �r. . � , from Zurjckzee. The Gildart, Holme, from Gambia, is arrived at Virginia. Tbe Elixabetb, Coolidge, from London, at ditto. The Lilly, Merryweather, from Virginia, 'itBrIftol. The Margaret, Nyer, from Hamburgh j and Johannes, Schrevir, from Bremen, m the Rjver. To the Anthor of theGjwjRAL Advertiser. SIR, THE Letter I (aw in your �aper relating to the Importance of Cape-Britain, muft give a general Satis-' faction to every good Engliflman who reads it: But as the. Writer did not difcufs the Point fb'fulJy as I wifh'd, and as* the Subjecl deferves, give me leave to add the Seque), by! way of Supplement. \ * Why fhould we give up Cape-Britain ? for what Equi- ur ATlies, which they \ er^er will not or cannot hold ? With what Colour of Rea-: foncanit be expe&ed, that we fhould; not Qnly bear the ckief Burthen of the War (into which we entred at firft, and j which we ftill continue to carry on with fo much Cheaiful- i nefs and Alacrity, for the Sake of the Common Caufe) but alfo in the End pay the whole Pure We of a Peace ? All the Nations in Europe ant grafting at every the leaft Advantage in Trade. Trade is the grand Object which they all purfue. Will the Queen of fi-.with whom we are fo clofcly united, and who has the greater* Intereft in our Profperity, grant us any of thofe Privileges in Trade either'in the Nether/ana's or at Triefe, which fome Perfons here at home fo pom^pufly gave us Reafon to expert,? Will any of the ForeignlWers, who are engaged in the fame Caufe with us, take one Yard of our Cloth to put upon the Bac'. of a Angle, Soldiefr in the numerous Tro6ps Which we pay, to the Prejudice of their own Manufactures ? We are not yet reduced fo low as to take a poor Equivalent for Cape-Britain, and it is not in the Power either of Friends or Enemies to give us a good one. Shall we in Exchange accept of the Demolition of Dunkirk f No: For that Place has neither anfwer'd our Fears, or the Hopes of our Enemies, during the Courfe of the pre-fent War ; and 'tis for this Reafon, in all Probability, that ihey are fo ready to make the Offer. But perhaps we mail be told, that France will never make Peace unlefs we reftore Cape-Britain. Jf me will not, fo "touch the worfe for the weakeft : But let us not hear this from thofe who have it jn their Power, by a well regulated Militia, join'd to the Right .Difpofition which they who have the Management of our N�-y are making of our fleets, to render us formidable to France, to gam us the Ke/peft and Confidence of our Allies, and to make us the Admiration of alf Europe.' We have feen. how far a juft Spirit properly fhewn, how w Conltancy and Firmaef* in a good. Cauie will go. Had 'he brave King of Sardinia accepted Terms from theEne-j?y at any .Period of Time finec the Commenceromt of the War, he and his Pofterity muft have been for ever the Vaf-jali of France. Tho/ the Enemy was prefling^hiai oa every Jjje. and h PofFeffion of half hra'Country, he refua'd the wer with a generous Dtfdain. The:.Rei^I has. exceeded toe moft fanguine of hb Hopes, and ha* been atteaded *ith the mod glorious Corifeojfances to him and to his Al-k "n Thc G*"?nt Empref* of Germany fcorti'd to fiften to thtiPropofaU of France, even under the Walls of Vienna, fhe and all Europe now feel'the Effe�h of her Haoick Refolution. Is it fpr us then, a Kingdom feparated from ihfrreft of the World by an impregnftble^ulwark, defended by a powerful Navy, grown ftrong" by the $oppreffion of a rafh and defperate Rebellion, and cemented by * Unibrk unknown to former Times* is it for us, I fay,'to erjiige for Peace, and ignominiouflydeliver up ourbeft Weapon into us an eafier Prey hereafter: and all this, becaufe other-wife fome People caniiot enjoy greatPl-*t-9 {for which they have no Talents) without Trouble ? Thanks be to God the Pubtick does not call for Peadj opon fuch Terms,, The Publick knows who are forgiving up Cape Brifajn, and for what Reafons}; nor is it eafy toiee the Difference between thofe who feek the Deftru&ioH of their Country by an. avow'd Rebellion, and thofe whd are fecretlf for tabbing it to the Heart, except that the former a& the leaft dangerous, the mod open, and confequently the moft Manly Part. ^0t feyuftP*'7?? ^b BT* M -Reft- ^*TSnin?,l6n' ^''^NMtnielan & the County of bISB moft refpeclableTart of the M-- wilt not give up Cape Britain ; and if others are fo pufillanimoils as to sake fome faint Attempts towards it, and'tb Jet drop praiir' fei-mations in private what they wrjujd be at; their Fears will reftrain them,�r0m gpid'g farther} for a! hew Bi-J^-a is corning on'; gnd wimout preteading to the Spirit of Prophecy, 1 will venture to foretell, tiat the Parting with this Invaluable Place, under any Pretext whatfoeyer, wilHbrrn one of the ftrorigeft and moft powerful Oppqfitions this I Nation ever faw,;-tbat of the Whole People. a ^ LONDON. Letter from Port/mouth, Aug' 17, ' This Morning failed from Spithead on a Cruize Ad-' miral Anfen in the Yarmouth, with the undermentiori'd ' Shigs, Captain, Kent^'Portland, Faulkland,|Lyon, Ama-' zon, /Etna Fireflup; and the Norfolk Indiaman, Capt. ' Hancock, for Madras. * The following Men of War are in the Harbour, viz. � the Duke, Chichefter, Hampton-Court, Prince Frede- * rick, NamuTe, Dbrfetlhire, and Scorpion Sloop. �P.S.-There is juft li'ow arrived ^ftkaotinrfrom the * Weftwardi the Mafter reports, that he few Admiral Le-' Hock's Fleet Yefterday between the Ifle of Wight and St. ' Albans, plying to Windward. It is certain, that the 2000 Men draughted out of the Foot Guards will embark for Flanders on Monday next. * Yefterday they began to take out the Provifions from the Tranfports at Deptford and Woolwich, in order to ff*Wr?fcTx leio*s1? put frefti Provifions on board, for the Ufe of the Troops that are ordered to embark. Befides the two Battalions of Guards, there are feven more Regiments ordered to embark direftly, which are faid not to be deftined for Flanders, but on fome other very extraordinary Expedition, which was determined a few Days ago. On Wednefday MorningJaft his Majefty's Sloop Ferret came into the Downs from a Cruize j but failed again immediately, after a French Privateer, who had taken a VeiTel belonging to Sandwich, off Broad-Stairs^'IT few Hours before. Yefterday a Proclamation was iffued out for a Publick Thankfgiving to be 'held, moft devoutly and thankfully to acknowledge the Goodnefs of Almighty God, who has afforded us his Proce&ion and Affiftance, in giving Succefs to our Council and Arms, and fappreffiog the late Unnatural Rebellion raifed within this Kingdom by wicked anddef-perate Men, fupported by our Enemies abroad and formed to depofe and murder ; fubvert the Religion, Laws' and Liberties of thefe Kingdoms, and fet on the Throne a f^pifli" P?etelcfer,J"b'rea up and inftrufted in theRomifh Superftition, and Arbitrary Principles; whereby|the Kingdoms are deliver'd from the Calamities of inteftine War, and the Publick Peace reftored j which is to be held on Thurfday the gth Day of October next, throughout the Kingdom of England, Dominion of Wales,'and Towtt of Berwiek upon Tweed, in all Churches, Chappels, and other Places of Pflblic Worfhip, and the Archbtftiops and Bilhops of England are to compofc a Fdrm of Prayer for that Purpofe, fbitable to the Occafion. Their Royal Highneffes the Princefs of Heffe and Caroline lay on Wednefday Night at the Crown, at Reading j laft Night tbey lay at Marlborough, arid this Night are to be at Bath. On Wednefday Night laft one Radlom, a Soldier in the firft Regiment of Guard?, fbpt hinffeif at his Lodging near; Red-Lion Square, We hear that Roger Thompfon, of Rickmanfworth' in the County of'Hertford, ;IEfq; formerly an eminent Brewer hi Carnbridgv, and fome time ago High Sheriff of thatCouhty* was lately married to Mifs Sally Gray, of Ipfwich, a young Lady of great Beauty, Merit and Fortune. '  ' His Grace the Duke of Bedford, firft Lord Commiffio-ner of the Admiralry fet out from his Houfe in Bloomfbu-ry Square, on^Wednefday laft for his Seat at Woobum-Abbey in B^onMhire 1 and *tis.faid chat the Regiment rais'd by his Grace, isr to meet him there, in order to ;be difbanded. ___,-)?t a fine Eaueftrian Statue of the late Glorious gon, in order to' be*re�ted at Wilfield in Oxford{biie,.tbe Seat of - Ridgei Efq; A new Ce^rimiffion of the Peace has pafs'd the Great Seal for the County of Suffex. A Prefentationhas pafs'd the Great Seal to enable Thomas Jamesi Cl iJLh�ld the -Vicarage u>f Lanvihangell, Diooefeof St. 0avid; The Right ttdn;1 the Lord Chancellor has prefented Robert Hargreaves> Cf. to the Reftory bf Langton in the County and DSocefe of York. Ironmongers Hall in Fenchurch-ftreet, being Rebuilding, the Gonrt of AfEftants of the laid Company met Yefterday.at the Sun-Jr^Yera,injSJ^jhiurs Church.^*BW.-= when about thirty Freemen, who had been fummoned before them, appeared, and took up their Livery of the kid. Company j the Fine for which is Thirty Pounds. Yefterday was held at Kingfton upon Thames, purfuant to Advertifemehts in the Public Papers, a General Meeting of the Subfcribers for carrying the Affociation of the County of Surry into Execution, when the Right Hon. Charles Lord Baltimore, one of the Knights of the Shire for the (aid County, and Foreman of the Committee chofe by the Subfcribers, in a handfome Speech, reported to them an Account of their Committee's Proceedings.-After which his Lordfhip propofed, as the Rebellion was happily put an End to, and there remained a considerable Sum bf Money to bedifpofed 6f, the repaying it back to therefpec-tive Subfcribersj tbis was unanimoufly approved,'and the Subfcribers returned his Lordfhip and the Reft of their Committee their hearty Thanks tor the^great Care; Trouble and Pains they had taken in the Truft repofed in them. Yefterday feveral notorious Pickpockets were committed to Clcrkenwell, New Prifon, and the Gatehoufe, by Sir Thomas De Veil, for feveral Robberies and Felonies; particularly for taking aGentleman'sGoldWatch felonioufly laft Sunday wasForjaight, juft as he^ot out.of,the Paffag^. w^tT�KIeia*s^^TOuigGardensintdSt. James's Park; and robbing feverijlirerfons at Temple-bar, for which fome Of them were duckM. Whoever has been fo robb'd may^ have a fight of the'Thifeves, who are in Cuftody. The perfecuting Spirit of Popery, however it may be fometimes .difguifed to ferve a prefent Turn, will appear on every plaufible Occafion. Thro' the Intcrceffion of the Protectant Powers now in Alliance with her Imperial Majefty, and in return for the eminent Services render'd iei^ib^Sd^eSsAf sthi her Daminions, the ProteftantS of Hungary and Bohemia are now indulg'd with a Tolleratiob, which the Popifh Clergy will not omit the firft Opportunity of getting violated. But at prefent, as they are obliged to live peaceably with their poor Brethren of the Reformation, they ate got to the) Ejtercife of their holy iRanconr againftthe Jews; who hate nothing to plead in their own Behalf, but the common Sentiments of Humanity,. and^the Advantages, iu refpeft of Commerce and. Intelligence, which they bring to every State where they are permitted to fettle. How their Fate in Bohemia will be determined is yet un-,�ertairi ; but if the Priefts can. pretaiH.it wilKnot be long fo. The Duke of Lorrainj iu 1707, permitted fome of thefe People to fettle in his Capital^ and.the fellowiug Letter will fliew what was the Doctrine of the Church of Rome on that Occafion: Iht Copy of a Letter from the Bifoop of foul, to bis Royal Highntfi tbe Duke of Lorrain. MONSE1GNEUR, Am under the deepeft Grief, that a Prieft of Jefus Chrift _ and a- Bifhop who is a Socceflbr of the ^ppitles can' be JScdxA with j A Report is fpread, That your' Highnefa's Council have prevaiPd with you to receive-fome Farnilies of "Jews Into tne Capital City of your Dominions, and to permit them to T�5tercife their feligioh.there ; afld-thi* News has-4)een coo&rm'd to ine /re�-A> -many Places,- that w A D V E RTLS EMENTS are taken in tor this Paper, at Lloyd's C�ffbe-Hovse , in Lombard-Streets Cape Breton for Ever. ;

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