General Advertiser Newspaper Archives

- Page 1

Issue Date:
Pages Available: 4
Previous Edition:

About General Advertiser

  • Publication Name: General Advertiser
  • Location: London, Middlesex
  • Pages Available: 8,378
  • Years Available: 1744 - 1850
Learn More About This Publication


  • 2.17+ Billion Articles and Growing Everyday!
  • More Than 400 Years of Papers. From 1607 to Today!
  • Articles Covering 50 U.S.States + 22 Other Countries
  • Powerful, Time Saving Search Features!
Find Your Ancestors Now

View Sample Pages : General Advertiser, May 06, 1746

Get Access to These Newspapers Plus 2.17+ Billion Other Articles

OCR Text

General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 6, 1846, London, Middlesex ftp * TUESDAY, May 6, -1746.^ ; Deal, May 4. *HE Outward-bound Ships remain as inmyfeft.. Wind's. W. . V. Grctotfehd, May 2. , Pafs'd by ? Peter, Johnfor^ from L'ifbon j the J.'Lyorinefs, Mariner, from5 a Cruize j Ybung-Cftxlfttenr^, wm Stettin ; Lamb,_Joh�loTri frdm.kjuernzey; lsP)tfg)V F^l^,.'from SMtittsj iBMOwsw*'*'-; - ** Role, Stone, -from Borton.; Francis William,1 MSflb^^from G6ttenba?gt> and Hope/ Nel- /on, from Norway.. �'' : ' * *  The Levant-GaHy,- (late Phelps} from Afrit^, is&rrjred at Jamaica.,. vh �'� ,'.*� \.. m--*"�'�  ,  :. The Eagle, (late Hellinl) ; an& JamaicaFrigate, Lauderdale,'. fr| how we mould prevent tile Rebellious. jFqgn.iana wahs i>om.making future Infurreclions, and, at the Tame Time, make them ufefjil �0 jhe Trade an'd^a'vlgauon oT'Gratf- As Honey may be gathered from the- hio'ft poifonous Flowers, and:tl*e choice A Froitsfrorri Dung when -properly mix'd with othe* Soils, .lb frOrrYtrtts leaft uleful Part of Britain, born in Va-fitalage.and Slavery,, thefetfardy Kw'tKprn People, fometiniSg Vd*y-goOd* xaigftt be^rodufied^- if they were i'eparated from eacn ether,. ^dihix'd witft People Their MfesWwq1 great*ib1& flecj^ec?, MMt jaftly deferve, and his .Majelty's Government too cjrad to pat iudh- Nattlbers to Death, �tho* rmn# 'of their: cweft ought to fuffer cfi^itelly for tMrMuriets^h'd Ra^ine^tfiey have committecf; yeV &el Httdj..wJ^|$i^e' fol- lowed their Leader*by-their^^.w^^yr:%BureVMu,Vi|r-filage' (f6me:'Ka*5hg" beeft fbrced'thto the Rebellion) deferve' our Pity^buf - ought to undergo "fbjerie ^tiinlfl^il^fi'l Is it not the* highly #rafbpble,; that. air'thoTe'eiab^ivho have been in actual" Rebellion-and are.taken, and don't fuffer Tieathi thro' HB'Majeftfs ClK^cy; THouTd, aHeaF, be'femdv'd from a Country ivhefe they have fo dfteri mifbehaved, and tranfplahted to our Settlements abroad ? particularly to pur t Northern Colonies in Am^rkal iff oi^er to make ne, deprive them of, the onfy Pl^ce ,where;hey; cw^x. n.Fjk#-y: 1^:^mj^^i'^P^p^ labraJtr Coaftj andfuchuf the Rebels who would engage to carry their FaftiificS with thflhri^ahrf rrfake a'Sctttefiftnt J . _.._r_.v, ------- ^��WRy�! peoj^e ^ie, Po^ftm tifidfon''i-Bay, {houlu be obliged to carry over a competent NumbeMa^- they-iend -their Ships Pfety Year iu B;ill*J). ujjth theMF^ives^and Children, and fix them or. the Bottom of the lj#y,. upori the R'wftsRfoert, M>ife and JVM/ijy in order to enc.-eafe;their Tr&ie there, �nd;be'a' 0arfi�r'; and"alfo to apttaein in'^oterli^ the Indian Trade' 'now ld|k to the/'f>#^; ^yhilft others,^ ba fettled on kjyer^n4':^^te pu^t.their Set'tre- .ments to the Sout&Wcft^ard'- -nj^ii* '-Riv^r, iamqpj*' jflie .Lak'^s, in, fertile *G*Mtfis^.d. rnil^ClHhates Some fl\?X be placed upon Chufx&iil Krx&* b?;that mears, d^-covw and fecaw^H thdfe gr^JC^untries on the Norih-Weftof America, fb long ^l^^efully he'gletlea. Wftefi we'get fte, vahi^ble Settlement, whichiwill feclire tO Btitain, the; Trade of'all Npttb dmtr-ca, alrtdopen at}' immenfe Out-lw ftfr our Manufac- Furrj, 4e-of the-'Legiflature, be removed from the Lands, abd'H^ple ;niay be given to Highlaridq-Si ^p^1'Friends V^^bfi1!^'-- �9 perry, fbt pyer,bie heBfrom th^ Grqwn in Fee, upon .(^di^ic^.thatithey/altef ther Drefcarid learn the Lowland Language: This would foon piake thgm, one People with the .reft of ^mh^j^^'^^^^ftjtt Profifrty given &em.iby'r the Upwb�Aa^pftpelRe$ellibu3 Clans tnefr Eftates) th^wpuTd, cpntmue 59.|>es%e4uqusTJefcjiders (ofJour Copliifejtjpiieven tot-yieififtWftSi&es.^, , 'ThofeVaflaLfjiWHo ^re not takemm a&oal Rebellion, yet liveupon the f' Thofe ii'ho are Friends to fbe Government ought, tobe indemnified. Paris, M^2. �A11" the Foreifen"* MiniMers having' btfen invited by the Marquis de-V-efheail,' Mafter of the Cert-monie^r-to follow the- King- into � the Netherlirds, Count Wa&naer and M,(Gilles-^re preparing to fet out this^elk fo>,Li(le,, 'jsl^fP'lAFe (a^p,Qu^�4, for the fort AjSbjSe pJf.thqfeJWmifters. (T/h^-A^fquis de^Verfiejil has indicated this to M. Van Hoey, by" tht fotipwingpLetter. "Sir,. ;:'. . .. , V,,.', .' ' , . /' Tho' yoiir. Excellencv has not yet feem'd to me to Cl have Intention of folldinrig'the-KSng in the approacK'-" ing^mpafgii, 1 cannot di (perife wth having the jHo nout1 to inform your, Excel$ I have all the other '* Ambafladors, that hk /Majiaft/ has appointed Lifle' lor f the nrft Place of ybar E.iiv.ellehey's Relidehceih Flan-* ders. I amt 8k. VERNEUr.L. NT. Van Hbey, however, Cohtfhues here, in orcjp'tp take Care of whatever concerns the .private"Sexvice';oT tho RepWlic: "" ,: "   � "'' His: Royal tiighnefs. the .Duke pf Cumberland is expected in a ww Days from Scotland. Ths^ Fortdrie,' Green, from Africafor J>rh.3i'ca^ is ta; ken, with 354:"SiaVes o|i board, and carried\ihto'P|irtj� Cavallo-. ' ' " . .. '. .. . � . We are informed,, that an Exgpefs arrived Yefterday [rom Commodore Mechell, with; Advice, that the French fj&i% having join'cf hTs Army in Brabant, Orders were im* mediatejy.gijfen tpniaTch. and o|tack the.Allies in their Lints, which, was accordirgly done in three Columns; but-that Marshal Bathiani haying Nod?e of their Motions^ attack.'d one Column with iuch succefs, that he killM up-wazttsjof 6000, ;aodjnade a great many Prifoners j a Con-firaiation of which; is impatiently expelled. Exfrdci of a" Letter from Plymouth, May 2. � Yefterday arrived' the Weazle Sloop, with the Ships bouiid for; the Weft-Indies. There is now off this Plate, waiting for AdmiraT Martin, the Prince George, Duke, and Princefi Lbuifa, to join him. The following Men Of Warare irr' the Sound, ready to fail, viz. Yarmouth, Admiral Martin ; Augulfa, Lyon, Captain, Faulklarid^ and Maidftone, The Milford, for the Weft-Indies. AtfdtheRye, for Newfoundland * In the Harbour there are the Monmouth, Elizabeth, Cheibrfield, Ipfwich, Launcefton. and Portland's Priae. -Admiral Martin will fail this Nigtit, if the Wind is the halt favourable. Extraff of a Letter from Twoe in Cornwall, April 28. � As foon as we received an Account here of the Defeat, of the Rebels,, by his Royal Highnefs the Duke, a * general Joy appeared throughout the Town, and the principal Inhabitants afTembled on the happy Occafion, and ordered a large Bonfire to be made, in which the Pretender was ^buxn.t in. EfSgie, Thrce Companies e 'tis not doubted they will be hang'd.---She belong'dto Iviontferrat, aind Was run away with by the Boatlwajn, ahd fome other idle Fellows.-She had taken a Ve$el ftom the Continent, bound to Jamaica j but what ificy have done with her is not known.-Captain Harman y, w^sfeft by the Mercury off Crooked Ifland. About iq ^* Days before Captain Matthews left Jamaica, 50 French. Merchant Ships failed from St. Domingo for Europe, under Convoy of three Men of War. , The Brothers, Evans, from Carolina,1 for Cowe% is taken," ahd carriedinto- Granville. Yefterday William Pitt, Efq; lately appointed one of the Vice-Treafurers of Ireland, kifs'd his Majeiry's Hand; on his being appointed Paymafter General of hisMajelty's Forces, in the room of Thomas Winnington, Eiq; de-ceafed. To-morrow the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor will hold Wardmote at Draper's Hall, for the Election of an Alderman for Broad ftreet Ward, in the room of Mr. Alderman Bernard, deceafed; wfcen 'tis thought Thomas Raw-1 nfon, Efq> of Fenchurch-ftreet, will be chofen without Oppofition. Yefterday the Rigbt Hon. the Earl ofEgmont, and the Lord Percival fet out fot the Bath, with a handfome Retinue. Yefterday fe'nnight at Night four Soldiers endeavour'd to get out of Maidftone Goal; they got upon the Leads for that purpofe, and having Jty'd a Cord round a fmall Chimney one of them letting himfelf down pull'd the Chimney after him ; upon which the Guard was alarm'd and the otherthreeiecur'd. He that got off was nam'd Joha Roffal, belonging to Fitz-James's Regiment of Horfein the French Service ; a Man ofblaek Compl