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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 24, 1845, London, Middlesex The General Advertiier. Numb. 3^82. TUESDAY, D E c e M b e R 24, 1745. \.......- i2 o To the Author4)/* the General Ajivbrtisek. IjIS equally true of the Political and Natural Body, that exceffive Fear andTendemeft multiply Diltempers and fhortei Life. N or is this db-  feryatiott'verified in any^, Inftance, with more Certaiwy, than by the which follow that timcfi^us-arid; s.., pernicious Spirit of Hoarding up, Stoi^ey^ in T^^^ of Public �)anc;er. Notl^ng fo much eniMfes' thofe D,angers; or will render the Remo-val-of tbein more flow more difficult, or more expenfive. JT hope very few are fo abandbijed, (b void of every Sentiment of Virtue and public Honefty, as malicioufly to lay by Heaps of Money, 'with a Dejign, to diilrefs or ruin their dilhadted Country, ftrugling with Domeftic and Foreign Enemies!--Kjach Wretches' would be lei's, ipif-chievous, had they fo much honelt Courage as aftually to join the Rebel-Army: For then their EiForts would be knowni and^eir injured Country might hoje the cpen Treafon, not more criminal than this lecret Treachery, would in Time meet its jull Reward. But every Man who Itops the Circulation of Ca(h, as' ' efltejtial to the Body Politic as the Motion of the Blood to tbcHumlifi Body, by fecreting from public Service that f Money, which his own Knowledge and Confcience tell him, would be more beneficial to the Nation, if it paffed , with its former, usual CoRRENCyi the World murt look upon that Man, and he mufi look upon himfelf, as tready oWlruaiog the real Intereft of his Country ; and owever he may be timoroufly influrac'd by narrow Notions 0/ private Security 0*^, he i^ actually fumilhing Ammunition to that dangerous Battery of the Enemy, which , is levelled againftPublic Credit, ^ 'Tis fcarce poflible any Number of EngUpmen can con-t> cur jn a Meafure, that may in many Refpefts prove fo ^ ' pernicious to themfclves, as well as to their Country: But ^ even this Conijderation, that Others, do it, is a ftrong Rea-� ' fon Avhy every honeft Man fhonld by bis Jaions, as well as P 'his Wwds, exprefs his Abhorrence of a Practice that en-^ ct^c> our Calamities; and like Fear'and Cowardice in every other Inftance, expofe Men to greater Dangers, which they.muft encounter, with no more Pity and Relief than they juftly defence ; Dangers, not of a public Nature only, but of a primate, which I will not defcribe, but every Man's own Apprehenfions muft fuggeft. Every honeft Man muft wiih to fee Public Credit (ifp-portcdj And' why then Ihould not every honeft Man, whatever is done, or fuppofed to be done by others, contri-bttte his own utmoft Endeavours to fupport it ? Let every Individual do what is right, without confidering who does wrpng. SudiConduft will conciliate Efteem and univerfal Regard for theMonied Intereftj will give Vigour to Our Councils and to our Arms; animate and unite our Friends, and give 'our Enemies a moft vexatious Difappointment. For my own Part, I am fo fully convinced upon this Point, that ihould I ftretch out my Hand to gather up Money, I ihould be guilty of Jiabbing my Country in her Vitals; and if others were not more honeft, Ihe muft be inftantly deftroyed: And therefore, Sir^ you will always find that J, , , . Tour Humble Servant is a z)�.2o, 1745. TAiTHPUL Circulator. .0 Deal, December 22. . XEfterday Admiral Vernon hoifted his Flag on board the Monmouth, and remains, with the Varmouth, liral Martin } the York, Nottingham, Norwich, Tilbury, Princefs Loaifa, Faulkland, Saphire, Ruby, and the Hindhingbrook. Sloop j the Countefs of Leicefter Packet, for Jamaica ; Mary, Woodrope, for Madeira ; William and Anne, Strahan, for Gibraltar ; America, Johns j and Black Anne, Dumerefque, for Bofton; the New Ipfwich, Hays, for Antigua ; Elizabeth, Hill, for Philadelphia. Arrived from a Cruize the Hornet and the Badger Sloops. Wind S.W. blows hard. Grave/end, Dec. tz. Pafs'd by the Saudades, -, from Oporto j Elizabeth, White ; and the Mary, Gilby, from Middleburgh j Lady Catherine, Coftia, from Liftion ; the Mary, Je&ries, from Jamaica j Three Brothers, JefFer-fon, from Montferrat; Delight, Gainsford, from South Carolina ; Elizabeth, Pullin, from Maryland. plymoutbf Dec 20. Sailed Admiral Martin, With feve-ral Merchantmen for the Downs. Came in his M^jefty's Ships LyoUi and Maidftone, the latter having laft one of her Marts. Weyrnouth, Dec. 21. Oa the igth came on Shoar, about three Miles to the Wettward of Portland, the John-fm Jan Emft, of Stettin, a Galliot Pink of 160 Tons, laden with Wine, Sugar, Coffee, &c. Bons, Mafter, from Bour-deaux, for Amfterdam; the,Crew, except a Boy are all fav'd ; the Shipis beat to Pieces, and none of her Cargoe iav'd when ihe came afhore ; but we hear there are 100 Hoglheads of Wine taken up at Burton near Abbotft>ury, Yclterday arrived the Charming Molly, Tizard� from Ireland, lail froni Waks, Sailed, with the Veftels njention'd in my laft. Two Brothers, Weldon; and the William and Catherine, Pond, for London. Wmd S.byW. blows hard and dirty Weather. Pool, Dec. 21. Came in the Charming Molly, Elmes; Martha and Elizabeth, Seagar; and Molly, Pcndergrafs, from Newfoundland. Co^es, Dec. 21. Came in the Rochefter; Tender, belonging to Admiral Martin, fronfi Plymouth, for the Downs, who having, loft her Bowfprit^ put in to repair, and is now ready to fail. Since our laft arrived a Mail from Holland. Parma, Dec. 14. The News of iheSpniards Entry into Milan wa a little jprematurej but it is true, that they are on their Mafch in four CoJunms towards that City, and that, if no unfbrefcen Obftacle intervenes, they will be there To-morrow. Prague, Dec] 17. We are allured, that General Roell has been kill'd in an Aftion with.General Sibilfei in Saxony, wh^re the latter entirely defeated three Regiments of Prufiian Cav^y, commanded by the former. Hague, Dec. 31. This Morning arrived a Courier from Brabant, of whom we learn, that, the Fiench begin to make great Movements on the Side of Antwerp and Dutch Flanders. "W^q hear from Drefden, that an Armiftice was agreed on the 23d between the Emprefs and the King of Poland on one Side, and the King-of Pruflia on the other. It is to take Place for Silefia on the 24th, and for Bohemia on the 28th. The Contributions in Saxony were to ceafe on the very Day of Signing. P.S. An ^xprefs arrived this Ev^nipg Has not only jcon-firaied the above, but brings Advice farther, that the Peace itfelf was'adlually figned the 25th l*Btween the faid Powers.  Vienna, Dec. 18, The Court has received as obliging an Anfwer as can be wiflied for frofflt^e Porte, in return to the Notification of the Empe�j|'s.3^e�Uon. Prague, Zkt 18. General Hoh^embs i? retumedfrom the L^wer Sle^ afer having drawn ftom thence large Contr^utioas, and A^undance-of F.rfg6. C^onel Fran-chini is alfo come back with hi� whole Corps, lusd a very Confiderafale Booty. HeideBerg, Bee. 23. It is thought the IiftperiSl Army will be^in to jpariqh in two or thiee Days ; SoooMen are to go into the Brifgau, and the reft into Bohemia and Italy. Berlin, Dec. 25. The King has caufed it to be publiftied, that tho' his Troops are aftually in Poffcflion of Leipfick, Foreign Merchants, who ufed to frequent the Fairs in that City, will not be lefs at Liberty to pafs and repafs iipon their Affairs of Commerce. ScJbweiiirfitz, Dec. 15. The Troops-that ifervcd in the late Expedition againft the Auftrians, whom they obliged to rcpalsthe Mountains, into Bohemia, arrive fucceffively into their Quarters, and.the Day before Yefterday General Nadalti returned to this City, after having provided for the Security jof the Frontiers of this Province, are turned back on a fudden at the Approach of a Body of Pruffiatis. Brufels, Die. 27. On the 24th a grand Council of War was held before the Cpunt de Caunitz, on Advice, that fix Battalions of Frenchhad marched out of Ghent, in order to join thofe at Dendermonde. On the Clofe of this Council, fonje Huffars were fent to make Difcoveries; at whofe Return we learned, that the Enemy were marching toward the Mofelle. Upon this the .Dutch Troops, that had been ordered td reinforce the Garrifon of Antwerp, were countermanded. LONDON. The Refolution taken by the States of the Empire contains in Subftance, that a Double Contingent ftiall be fur-niftied for the Security tjf the Empire, a^nd that the Emperor ftiall gijie his Opinion concerning the Ufe to be made of this Army. Letters from Italy, by the Way of Paris, fay, that a Detachment of Piedmonteze having drawn near Aftl, in order to furprize that City, they were repulfed with the Lofs of 200 Men j and that the Spaniards were going to befiege the Caftle of Milan, which they hoped to be Maf-ters of before Chriftmas. According t\ Advices from the Frontiers of Lu.^m" bourgh, the Capital of that Name was in a Manner blocked up already, and four* Companies of French Miners Vters entered into Arlon- We hear from Milan, that after the Spaniards had taken Poffefficn of Lodij on the 9th Inttant, they marched towards Pizzighitone, with a Dcfign to befiege that For-trefs.. - . The Dukede R'chlieu has received from the Royal Treafury 250*000 Livres^ in Order to defray the Expence of his Expedition into England. The following Letter and Adv�irtifement were made publick on Saturday laft at Canterbury. Admiral^^movCs Letter to Mr. Norris. Norwich, in the Doiuns, Dec. zO, 1745. S I Rj AS from the Intelligence I have procui-ed laft Night of the Enemy's having brought away from Dunkirk great Numbers of their fmall Embarkations, and many of them laden with Cannon, Field Carriages, Powder, Shot, and other Military Stores; the Iriih Troops being march'd out of Dunkirk towards Calais; General Lewendahl and many Officers being at Dunkirk, with a youcg Ferfcn among them, they call the Prince, and was laid to be the ieccnd Son of the Pretender; as I can't but apprehend they are prejparing for a Defcent from the Forts of Calais and Boloign, and which I fufpeft may be gttempted at Dungenefs, where many of my Cruiz. rs are in Motion for, and I have fome Thoughts of moving To-morrow, with Part of my Ships, if the Weather (hould be moderate for a Defcent. 1 thought it my Duty, for his Majefly's Service, to advife you of it, and to Defire you will communicate this my Letter to the Mayor of Deal, and that the Neigh-bourirtg Towns ihould have Advice for Affembling for their Common Defence; that my Cruizers Signals, for Difcovering the Approach of an Enemy, will be their Jack-Flag Flying, at their Top-maft-head, and Firing a Gun every half Hour, and to defire they will forward the Alarm I am. To John Norris. Efq\ at SIR, ' ^ Your moft humble Servant, n Deal-Caflle 5 or to the Mayor o/Dealinhis Ahfence. E. V E R N O N, * Every Body who reads the above Letter, willing and ieady to ftand up for the Defence of their King and Conntry, their Diberties and Lives, aredefiredto affem-ble on Sunday Morning next, the 22d Inftanti as loon as pblEble, on HoHeback, with fuch Arms and Ammuni-tbh as they havp, and to bring two Days Provifion of Visuals withtKem. The Place of Rendezvous, or af-femWing, is Swinfield Minnis.-It. is hoped all the Parfllte and Ifownr. within Twenty Miles of the Sea-Coaft any Wa;^**!*^. not fail to be there, with all the able bodied Mfi-''^^^' ' ' ThePariflies ^ Pick-.^xes, Shovels their Arms. 2: o _ tobrin^fome ^With them, befides 1^36 Deputy-Lieutenants, It is faiiJ> that there are feveral large Ships arrived at Dunkirk; and that Admiral Vernon is gone to lie off Dungenefs. By an Exprefs arrived on Sunday Night from his Royal Highnefs the Duke, there are the following Particulars of the Skirmifti at Clifton.-That the Rebels were near 2C00 ; but in lefs than an Hour they were forc'd out of the Place ; we found 30 kill'd, but none wounded, and fuppofe they carried them jiway with them; we made 80 Prifoners; 12 Men are dead out of the 40 mention'd in the Gszette. His Royal Highnefs was on Friday at Penrith, with all the Foot, and three Pieces of Cannon j and defign'd to follow the Rebels to Carlille, if they ftay, and befiege them: If they do not ftay, he was to give the ne-ceffary Orders, and return to London. In the brave Attack which the Duke. made at Clifton, it was a moft gallant thing for his Dragoons, who were GO new-rais'd Troops, to drive thofe Villains out of the P Place Sword in Hand, notwithftanding their Advantage ^ of Number, and opportunity of firing upon, the King's i-t Forces from the Hedges, and out of the Houfcs, as they pafs'd along. Yefterday the new Recruits were muftered, and performed an Exercife before General FoUiot, who was'very well pleas'd with their Behaviour, and/ ordered a Sum to bediftributed amongftthem. A few Days fmce Mr. Baron Clive was married to Mifs Symmonds, a moft agreeable young Lady, with a large Fortune. 2; O ADVERTISEMENTS'are taken in for this Paper, ac Lloyd's CofFee-House, in Lombard-Street. No Wooden Shoes. . No Arbitrary Power. ;