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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 10, 1846, London, Middlesex B. .,Wl ED N E, S r t> Ac% 5 is * t e m b e r is, ...174& Deal, September 8. I S Maje^% Sloo^-^ref,;; and j ^\yaX,with ti^Out^a^d-^ou^d,"' remain as in my Iaft. W�4 w.N.w.  � "� � y ; " * t Grave/end,,Sept. $. fafid\>y.' the Chriftiart, .Mwe|^T/�fnf Gotumbjurgh; and Union Branch, from Guernfey. , , L O N D 0 N. . � , ; For the fame Reafon that wepubiiih*d'atfE*tra�t '"of tjie Refolutions' of the Circles of the Eftpire in the War, we now infert The 'Beginning of the Treambie\to the State of the War Jor the Tear 1711, as deliveiedin by the Council of State to their'"High" MigHtmeflfs, Nov. j 7, ,710. "Nothing can better fliew theC>i|ferenice; between the Manner of Reafoniag at the H^jaAheJi, and for fome Years fince. High and Mighty Lor it, SINCE the Beginning of the prefent W'ajMjfoihft the Crown of France and her Adnerents; &eftenlei dangerous for Princes and'States to uodertafte^'Operkftdnl; . of War. fuddenlyT-wrthow-a4 the Forecaft-aad fewie^d that isrequired^ ^anfoJbaT|ila�oryand-il|�inifeiri'Th^x4 ecution of beirP^etU : v^at Enterprises CQpn^lyj re4 qairfegmote Vigour andExpeditipnth^nteofacca poa�| deration. > -. Ancient and-yode*�Jrfflk�ies afford i*finljcv which Ae^ � ^aeefir^'S^wtieft a^d Del^^^^^ gfod Refb)u^;^d'.ie|:e?�#."vtHS^W^'Wf*^4 whi^is ^mQ^Ji�p^|tani^iSwHd�e� l-T-tets their A'l'mfravp heer? h& andJirougkt^degJSMhjflaian ^ and that they, t-heuafelves thto! Coi>ifuiaptir� and tojgtring| Diftempers,' haVe%c& e^cWUlled of alftKetf Streilgth^andS Vigour. We ifiaU &fs d'ver ^at-K&pSpeifeli fo.rmedy^xo? thePrince^awlltor*&bf tU^etSerlatia^ &Vt&f-*-" = �*H. Glory WRt^y"X^'�P^ powerTatMouVes 'wttfrj^ince)^y -glprioop ^ AtcJjjeye�eats and Heroi�iftlft�!ion"m"-'K 31 ifmarybt alfo**d,,:ahd'eVeri oTTooog ^yjof Precaution,;to reprefent again hpvy macU Difpatch ^id.( Z'eaiare'reduifite'ia" relation t'6- tlie Xbnftitution .of ^he . Stitr,"and of i'he Ehemyj the Events of the WM. which have been, hitherto carried, on aga,inft France fi^ce ffie-Yeiar1 ^^iv'alrd the Extendv'eiieis of t^e Aftiirs dpt" are^tifoideh' hettflaYy injhe Wfr.' l%e State c6nfi{li|jg oFSeven Siftfnct Prdvinces, and, eSch of theA of feVeraf 44er^,'^]iiok fntHt be confulM and advifed with on all MatttK^fJp/ea^ and touch JTtnie being required befefre thefainl Prtivihtts' cari te brought to cor^ent to Taxes' a|id oflrer Charg^' that Time oujgtoWbe huflbanded with ^11 poffible Caret sis it has: been\already done in a glorious Manner, by foe Provinc'e 6f Holland and Well-Frizeland, in regard to,the extraordrttary Charges of the War for the Year enfuirig;; which Difpatch is Jkewife expected froitn the other Previhces, eipjecially Confidering that the Stales have to 'Seal in the prefent Conjuncture with an Enemy whofe Orders,, as ifftung out from or>e Peilonj may be r*-ddy given, and art *o Ms readily executed, by Subjects, who befides their fupmiuiye Obedyaice and Compliance to the Willand Dcfires of daelr King, are of anavaad .tfee. TtQ^qfere. greting th? Lflfeof T?>iwt� \A *. - '.' �  kappears'tbertfowi Highland J^g^ty^fctJ^^J^^hfe Keafeas aforefaid: bid dift'CoiiSiltbtioh' Jdf tfie \Vari .thaV w t jjdile Rhiae� whilrf eople were, fpending; thei^ ^Tusein cbncluoing about formjngjrjhe Amy. of theEmpJ the Operations of the War/the Military Cheft, the ftirniflv -Mg~t^ the~ncceffary"AfTtnery,~and feveral other A&Trs, the Forces ;�f ignemy penetrated into the very iieart! of the moil corifiderable Circles of Germany, and befidei the^R^avagwr^ej^mraitted* they, extorted great-Coatri* 'Nations' therein, depriving by their early Campaigns, and] J44cio^ 0h the frontiers of Allies, the Ctfnfedeptej . Treopsfrdm*Be'Meanif of .firtififttfg when they ca*i?t)ito! the Field, ftffiH frtm an Opportutity of penetratine.^toj rthe'Te+ritbptel rfFrahte^ ' " J�-An#�ftA*Wi8lMBmg the'Suct^Ies of the Arms' of \'thei .AUie^har? '-' -�*'�� t* .i.L�iul the �cf__________, v________.. _ � ^ ^ nthey are- raA# and "rriftre "anin^ttlefl tpimake greater ^readier ttfrto �ian ^eH>re,t'afidithat' contrary ti^\ynat^_-J ^id-4h former of tte1 Nature 'Dil>afitidrPr6ti *m Natieaj^4 appfehfsj ^at4h*l^ Patience;r2eaYc^d -AftiH^ are rldt we^orse by^th'erf tio^eg atrd'MlifoMs. Moft of the Campaignf^iiHn^rliK?W^;''p�ove' e^My What h?^^" r^fraufA^ni. afjUrintly th�. a^uf Cmrti^ign after ihe great AdvantaeeYVbtajnftibjwthe Victories ofj ^fe tiafttlie^i^aeh* bf^s,Mlgh%lMe^ Metz -ar -�|nA�,ftK 3B*�raBee^d^0h^a^>an^ yet b; .fiaafimiroeAdtahUge Ifi efie three GthtiM �6rtfoWowedth^B�t]e^Fkm�llW\> die Erife^ W leis^J^e^httlteirVpMp^miWte^heMH^ .times appeared kl^^eW,*lBf^ir^fth%w4,^^ at toft'-ftr* -fottgifcig^irinte^ aad �ai^ i^^heV^p^g/lj^^ta the Allies found Means to prevent *lj^15ieoiyi^w^ca*flas beefla|.ei�d|d.i^th|p-eat SaccWes and- Advantages, as it will be mere at large mentioqedi .Finally^ �s throegh the many Si^c^c?w4>Q{*�*ti! O The Council of Start haying A^cf3mined and Weighed the Reafoni and Cikan^'nc^^re^.v aad/i^mgin-form^d by daily Advices, that the Enemy Jrvc already; begun to Reftablffh, and Reinforce their A^ttii.e^ fft'as to be Compleat''the.'neatt X^ent: That'iin therejonid; they make hew Levies, and!have prderU ^l.thp Provincesis the ^ingdomfto 'fiumffi ^certain ^ooadbet bf; Men : That they have pubHfh'a EdiO* to recall aU^DWertera: That they axe continually at work to find'out the necefliftry Funds fo> the Charges of the, War, and providing all otier Neceffariesj and the fai4 Council of State eonfiderihgiikewife} that the Time of dtawing up their General Petition draws High, they could not dilp^nlethemiHvestb take without into a due ahdr fericns Cpn&deratipn, what will he tecelaryt in the Year 1711* -for Promoting and Securing the Welfare of the State,\aQi3^bta.u>^ ;thei ggti./ef ithis Chargeable War by ^ gotSl'Peace^ ;that they ^icJHj^pbfe the fame in time, to the.Xprds States of the reipjcltive Provinces, and ohiaiM^e�?e�fettt and Approbati** t^tha1 famev'with alt poffible Readmefs and Dilpatch, / "a iJi; .'iJ�-.v 5 P ? ft ft  Gpneral ^ofk-QPk.^ London, TgfiiteREAS certain Inf^maiio^bas.^een " madt, upon Oath, befari mi of bit ifajeflf.i J�ftictt irftiHftait) mt tU Chefter Mail, tf^ zd�f ]$r1aft* Hants of Gabriel^Tomkms, ofaj Young Gibb^�/�� K� Jervisi ekai Chciftopher : WQod. aBas Unkk* alias Rawlins, who baj^fomerfyjk^tm^iif^mJQlarL C^foms 1* "-------* - --- "t rTterf ago li&d-4ttbv$v8tn'#Dart- M mm. 9-W - . ..a _ - ' � &f ?�f�y-^iKenti Ht it alMah ffitty a*4 \*tarjs4pi'ip* ^fwarthy $eh Itches &igbt 1* a very' ivtll made Mair, voaUswery^vpr^bt^ pofed ihe does now, or tMi j, ^Xm%ntirtb ft George $kR*vocifiJ tjlfif A D V ERTISE MENTH are taken in for this Paper, at Lloto's Cs>ff Cape-Britain for Ever* is-House, hi Lombard-Strcctt 'it 4. ;