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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 5, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. SATURDAY, July 5, 1746. Dealt July 3. IS Majefty's Sloop the Hawk with moft of the Outward-bound are preparing to Sail. Remain the York and Folkftone Men ef War, with the Dutch Ship for Eaft India ; and Prince Charles, Lyon, for Jamaica. Came down the Two Brothers, Sparrow, for Portfmouth. Wind S.9.E. Grave/end, July 3. Pafs'd by the Matilda, Tagus, Boulter, Britannia, St. John Baptiita, Groves, Saudades, and King of Portugal, all from Lifbon; the John, Tower ef London, Prefton, Fanny, Adlington, Lambert, Mary-Anne, Lilly, Peggy, and Betty-Gally, from Oporto ; the George, Cheffel, from Gibraltar ; Elizabeth, Dunn, from Smyrna; Imperial Anne, Harman, from Portmahone. The Dorfer, Twivenhoe, frem Jamaica, is arrived at Yarmouth. The Sufannah, Cheefman, from Lifbon, at Pool. Expedition, Powe, from Virginia, at Whitehaven. LONDON. ExtraSl of an Original Letter written by a Magijirate of M to a Friend at Liege. � It having been {aid in fome Foieign Gazettes, parti- * cularly in the Relation of the Mojk Cbrifiian King's Entry � into Antwerp on the tfb of May, that the People exerted * them/elves to convince that Monarch, by continual jiccla- * mat ions of Long live the King, and by all other poj/tblt * Marks of Joy, of their Zeal and Fidelity ; I cannot ex-� cufe myfelf from affuring you, that not one cf the Inha- * bitants gave, on the faid Occafion, any fuch external � Marks of Joy, except the Sieur Welleras, fecond Burg- * her-Mafter, and Alderman Du Pont, who having � turned. We hear, that by the Bill to prevent Minifter* from officiating in Epifcopal Meecing-houfes without being duly qualified, thofe who have attended Nonjurant Meeting-houfes twice fince the Month of laft, are dif- qualifxed from elefting or being elected into any public Office, and in Time coming, a Fine is impofed on the Hearers as well as Preachers. The Juftices of the Peace, Commiflioners of Supply, and Heritors of the Shit^ of Mid-Lothian, are defired to meet on Tnefday next, the firft Day of July, at Three of1 the Clock Afternoon,- in the Inner Parliament-houfe, in order to congratulate his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland on his late Succefs againft the Rebels", upon his Arrival here. Glajgow, June 27. The Magiftrates Yefterday having Orders, the Colours of the Rebel M Donald of Keypochj lately taken and fent to the Head.Quarters, they this Day, being the principal weekly Market, between the Hours of Twelve and One at Noon"; caufcd burn them publickly at the Crofs, by the Hands of the common Hangman, amidft the Huzzas and Acclamations of marly thdufand of Spec-taters, and to the infinite Joy of the Whole Inhabitants of the City. r 1 11 mi 1 i! � 1 hi 7. 11 i.r��.H,Mii tjmmn�w^--^w- A Letter from Dr. R-k to Dr. D-. For Foots are known by looking wife, At Men find Wndtocki by their Eyes. HuDIBRas. Dear Sir, ICannot avoid- congratulating yon en your gtfnerous Attempt to vindicate the Faculty againft a degenerate' Brother, who is confcffedly endeavouring to expofe the Arts, and unveil the Myfteries ef our Profeflion. I fhouhi certainly have undertaken this Talk myfelf, had I not been prevented by the Authority of year Name ? >but etfifider-' ing the Conformity of our Juagments with refpeft both to the Principles and Praftice of Phyfic, t thought it unrie-ceffary for both to trouble the Public: And indeed your Performance thoroughly fatisfied me iri my Silence, having the jPleafure to find my own Sentiments fo exactly convey'd in-it, and (excepting a few Errors in Grammary Orthography, &c.) almoft in the very Language I ffiould have us'i on the Occafion. Whoever reflefts on the Popularity of the Subjeft, and the Situation of your Antagonift, muft applaud your Sagacity in feizing fo fair an Opportunity of emerging from! that Obfcority, in which, it is to be prefum'd, Modefty A D V E RTISE M E N TS are taken in fw this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffje-Housi, in Lombard-Street. 0- s o / / ;