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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 13, 1846, London, Middlesex SAT U'RD A:Y, December 13, 1746. Deal, December 11. RRIVEDthis Morning his Ma-jelly's Sloop the Tartar, from South Carolina ; and remain with the Centaur, Porcupine, and Swan, with the Outward.-bound. Wind W.S.W.  Plymouth, Dec. g. Since my la!:-came in the Torrington Man of War from Newfoundland, who parted with the Trade under her Convoy, fix Days sfter lhe came out, and knows no more of them. Wind N.W. Pool, Dec. it. Sailed the Orford, Bowden, to wait Convoy for Carolina. Southampton, Dec. 10. Arrived the Charming Betty, Billon, of and from Jerzey. Sailed to Spithead the Adventure, Anderfon, for Jerzey; Wind S.W. Covjes, Dec. 10. Came in Chatfield Jolliffe, for Carolina, and is fince failed to Spithead. Alio the Triton, Bo-quet, from Dartmouth, for Jerzey, and failed again. Wind N.W. The Swift, Townfend. from Jamaica, is arrived at Bri-fiol; who parted with the Fleet the Day after the Brif-lington left them. The Sufannah, Linthorn j and Daniel, Someifeti from London, at South Carolina. The William and Mary. Allifon, from London, at ditto. The Succefs, Perkins, from Gibraltar, at ditto. The Eagle, Burfley, from Bermudas, at St. Davids fn Wales. The Leoftoff Privateer, Capt. Fielding, was chae'd int Barbadoes, and not Barbary, as has beea mention'd. LONDON. The' following is an Exaft State of Engiifh and French Fleets, while the latter were at Chiboftou. French Ships at Chibo&ou. EngUfi Ships at Cape Breton. Pembroke Guns 60 Kingfton 60 Canterbury 60 Norwich 50 Hampfhire 5-0 Dover 40 Kinfale 40 Rye 24 Aldborough 2+ Shirley 16 Hind 12 Hinchinbrook 12 rheSquadron ingoodHealth, and. might have been well Mann'd out of the Garri-fon, or Ships and Veffels in Port. Northumberland 66 Trident 66 Boree 64 Leopard 62' Parfait (burnt) 54 Diamant 54 Tyger 54 Prince of Orange 36 Le Mifere & Le Mercure 26 (Made 60 when the Parfaite was burnt) Le Argonaute 30 Briflol 20- Daked'Anville dead; the fe-cond Admiral kill'd hirn-felf; all the Officers quarrelling ; the Fleet and Forces very fickly, fo as not to be able icarcely to weigh Anchor; and had buried near 3000 Men. The.Tartar Man of W-ar,. from South Carolina, is arrived in the Downs ; in her Paffage {he met with very bad . Weather, which 'obliged her to cutawcy-,her Main Top-rrfaft,. Main'Vard- and Mize-n-mart-; and Was in danger of foundering,, being twice poop'd. She. has been 3 7,Days in her Paflage. The-St. George; French, from Lifbon tq South Caro-lina, is taken by a'Privateer belonging to the Havannah, and is carried''into Sr. Anguftinev The Elizabeth,^ -Steward, belonging to Leverpool and: New-York,, is alio taken and carried into St. Asguftine, , by a SpanrfiV Privateer ; who alfo funk a Veflel, whole Name is nor known. The Cadogan, M*Neer, (a Flag of Truce, from Carolina to the Havannah) is taken by a French Privateer, and \ carried into LegajDea. We ar�inf Efq; for affaulting a Gentleman as he was coming out of Drury-Lane Playhoufe, on Thurfday Night laft, with an Intent to Rob him, his Hand being catch'd at the fame Time in the Gentleman's Pocket. TheTame Day Ihomas Curtis^ and Richard Wooding, were committed to the fame Place by the fame Gentleman, for being concern'd in divers Robberies and Felonies.- Yeftsrday Number 39,502, was drawn a Prize of 5001. and 35,464, 10,992, 4,922, 33,715, of xo�l. each. CONCLUSION OF The Declaration of his Highnefs William Henry, by the Grate of God, Prince of Orange, &c. of the Rea-fons inducing him to appear in Arms in the Kingdom of England, for Preferring of the Proteftant Refigion* and far Reftoring the Laws and Liberties of England, Scotland and Ireland. The Vigilante of 64 Guns and the Torrington of 40 tore then at Newfoundland; the Chefter of 50 at New-England ; arid the Fowey of 40 at Virginia. Letter font Dartmouth, Dec. 9. 1  Our Coaft is much iarfelled by the French Privateers. Ob the 6ththe Robert and Mary, Land, was chaced into the Harbour of Fowey, by a large Privateer of 26 Guns, and very narrowly efcaped, being chafed fo near the Harbour, that the People on Shore cbilld hear the Privateer call out in Englilh, That fhe was an Englilh Man of War, and bid her brings-to ; but not beitig complied with, foe wtire Ship, and fir'd a Broadfide at the Robert ahd Maty, but did little Damage. The 7th two large Privateers appear'd off Berry head, and that Day took a Strip:and a Slaopj* This Day arrived the Speedy, Fichet, from Newfoundland, wild was chafed Into Falmouth by two large Ships, And this Day a large Ship chafed fome of the Torbay Fifting Boat^ 2nd then flood away tb the Well ward, with Englilh Colours flying.-Tis lucky that the Hornet Sloop is off this Station, otherwife the mull have' fatyen a Prey to this fqpe-rior Force. The Wind is now at Well, and fine Wea--ther.' 20. JL ND fince our deareft and molt entirely beloved 2\. Confort the Princefs*, and likewife we ourfelres, have fo great an Intereft in this Matter, and fuch a Right as all the World knows, to the Succeffion of the Crown: Since alfo the Englijh did in the Year 1672, when the States-General of the United Provinces were engaged in a moll unjuft War, ufe their utmoftEfldeavours to put an End to that War, and that in Oppofltion to thofe who were then jh the Government ; and by their fo doing, they run the Hazard of lofing both the Favour of the Court, and their Employments: And fince the Englijh Nation has ever .jellified, a rnoft particular Aftection and Efleera, both to our deareil Confort the Princefs,. and fo. Ourielves, We cannot excufe ourfelves from efpoufing their Interells, in a Matter of fuch high Confeqaence ; ahcWrom contributing ail that lies in us, for the maintaining boch 'the P'rotefi'ant Religion, and the Laws and Liberties of thofe Kingdom?, and for the fecuring to them the continual Enjoyment of all their juft Lights. To the doiflg-of which, we are moll earneftly follicittfd by a great many Lords, both Spiritual and Temporal, and by many Gentlemen and ocher Subjects of all Ranks. 2t. Therefore it is, that We have thought fit to go over to England, carry oyer with Us a Force, firakicBt, by the Bieliing of God, to defend us from the Violence or thofe Evil.CouafeilorV And W� barjg'defc rous that our Intentions in this may be rightly underftood, have for this end prepared this Declaration, in which, as wc have *itherto-grvfeuVTrW "Account'br^ inducing'us to it ; fo we thjink^fit' ta dedpe, That this our Expedition is intended "for no'other defign, but to have a Free and Lawful Parlialhenfc Alferobled, as jbon as is poifible : Aad that jn order.ta-this, alt the Jate Charters by which the Eleclions of B^rgeiTej are limited-Contrary to the An-tient Cuftom,, fhaiibexron/iderdas riuU, and of no Force : And likewife all Magistrates whahavdJbeen unjuftjy turn'd out, (hall forthwithrrefume theifformer Employments, as well as all the .Burroughs ".of ^England mail return again to their Antient.Prfifcriptions:aBji.:Oiarters : And more particularly,, thatIhft Antient Charter, of. the Great and Famous City of Lmdtn, mail again, be in Force: And that the Writs for the Members,oLParJiament flull be addreffed to the proper Officers*, according to Law and Cuftora : Thaf vb16� none be fuffered to chufe,-or to be chofen Members of Parliament, bat Tuch as are .qualffted by Law. And that the Member's of Parliament being thus lawfully caofen^ theylkall meet and: fit in full Freeaom ; that fo the twe Houfes may.concur in the preparing of fuch Laws, as theyinpOn full and free Debate, fhall judge neceffary and convenient, both for the confirming and executing jhe.Law concerning, the Trjl, and fuch other Laws as are necefTary for th? SecurityLand Maintenance of the Proteftant .Religion ;. as like,wife for making fuch Laws as may etlablifha. good Agreement between the Church of England and all proteftant Difenters ; as alio for the c