General Advertiser, September 3, 1746

General Advertiser

September 03, 1746

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 3, 1846, London, Middlesex NtxjiiB. 37 Grounds 4br apprehending nejw * Troubles in the'Eaft of Gerora^r r AnoHve ftave oefidip ' in our Favour, the Declarations of the Prince from 4 whomilontf fuch Apprehenfion^could arifei Hnhas * even coajplaio'd flroftgly, 41m-1 his Integrity flwuld %t 4 ckllfedlnQuettibiij wmch hasJeft t � HisSwediflj Majefly, Bow-iiho.ut io Years of Age, 4 will Aardly contribete to difturb the Paaceofhis Subjects * while he lives; �dit is thought hrs^ppbiBted Sutctf-' for,will not morc^ attempt r,o. Interrupt tie-Peace of his ' Majelty, let popular Cbynouxs run ?yer fo high. '? 4 As there js a perfect Union, animated \vith Youth and * goodSeafe, between their Dwb.tfsfc&kt, it cannotije * pr�fUroptuo�s t& fay, that if the;young King take* any * fart in #h�-prefe�t Qifputes of Europe, it will not be con-' trary to the JFnterefl; -of GreapBritain. 4 The S^rrtimielits of their High Mi^htihefles, whatever ' they are, ;we iuppofe will be explained at Breda by * Meffieuts W^fliwaer and Gilles... v ,.. - { ' ' We doBWlthink that on yovnr Side the Water the: 4 CongrefsJwiil be burried on to a Cenclufioo. Refentmfnt * and of thejufleft Nature too, aiuft .prevail, and will wajch " for anQppprjJto^ /etu^.thCtComplUuent of Inya- * fionupon thaCpmrrym Enemy. * lt;isvfaidiyDu are; ipa- * king olinePreparationa; with tha* View,�admay.Heayen. 4 give them Succiifr !' This I fancy, that ff you.could make ' a fmall Diyexfion, ^which would ca'ufei^i great. Alajm^ on the.Co^qfNdmand/> it|Mf^^^tate anv f �twain.) It wo^ i7&?fab by fhevrihg what was done by tHe' fa^ie) ^ircles in :'7^% when his 3erene 'tii^'nefs the Elecloi: cf 'Hanover, fincp our late'n^^rwpui.'SovertJi09; .c . .. J-' Anfpach, Feb. 3,  imperial Horfe. Thungen, 1 Roll in Deceih-Baden, \ . ber, . Frehenbacb, Feb. 5, Stnei, Feb. 6, Saxfntt iff Englijk and Dvftb Guards, 1 Furiknberg, Ogilvy, Warkerbaert* � . Palatines". Foikerflibven, , Lunden Fels, Haaoveriavf. Kiinken istrohm,-Hadgberg; SchatttenEkchj Menfsi: HaarRal, Feb. 1, Old Trancenian Regiments'. Erfa, . 1 Boyneburg,! pfa Halmftadt, f t