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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 20, 1846, London, Middlesex - -. -,i " .A___ ESTEfifo AY. put back the Sarah wid Stephen, WilKsfe*, ftrf Anti-i teddy/ 1^$,'' foKratf i. Sift* tefaW wMK&e^MUea rived the for: Dove* iMvateeriCapt. ro.T� a .. uf v r>- i id Falmouth, Sept. 15. Saturday arrived the Expedition Pad&t,*ttm Lifton, i^fcbm^ fve3:': Ye'lMytaftived "tfijmuab, Sipt. if. Yt$i^xwb*$\ett tfle Anne *d >>hn, Bift^>; flhomas and. ^Ir, 'ilL-i-j* Tahe. CriinneT Ch4ttr% WeHy/^TifiW plah% flfe John'and Martha, pe^froS LoTrjdon; AXfcW/fffih ftevvca|lje; 'and the New-Bridge*!'Hahnafl,1 from I'ort-|S Jon. Wind N.N.f. " :T - jec|r, how lit-tie foever he may believe of Myifcry, or regaYfi Purity of Hearts and ftfu&s? And y*t We fee tfteiate Lord Kilmarnock, till convinced of hH ErfarV baa1 rio "App^ henfionsof Dan^ftWthcYoungpKtender; but, tho'a Prefbyterian; woutd*fftelyiiaVer^rttft&the SecurityojF his own ReligtotTupoA the feeminjp iniJiffererice'of thai Adventurer, ^s to Sic Promifes of fuch Men, let Us only look for the Validity �i them in two Speeches of King James II. the Pfe^deJ Grandfather of our late Invade^ �ftd fome Retaarks that were at that Time made on them'. They were both made within three or four Months of each other? the onelbbnafter his Acceffion, and the other when he'hadftjprefs^d the puke of YRebellibn.' ' &ng James'/ Premi/ing Speech to bit Parliament, on the ystbeftyiy, 1685. Mj Lords and Gentlemen, IThank you very heartily for the Bill you have preiented this Day ? and, I allure you, the Readme^ and Cheer-wfs that hath attended the Dispatch of it, is as acceptable to me, as the Bill hfcif. ^fter fo happy a '^e^ihning, ypu may believe J. would not call Upon you unifeeeffarily for a Supply : P�utf when I tell you the Stores of the &avy are extremely exhaufted ? that the Anticipations upon ftverai Branches of the Revenue are great and Burthciifome ; and the Debts of the King myBrotier, to his Servants and Fanvly, are fuch as defcrve |> Cb^PMSon j that the Rcbrilibn in Scotland, without put-U ting mcire Weight upbhit than it really deferves, muft S oblige me to a c^nfid#ra\bie Eiifffence exlraoftfiitary : 1 am 2 fore fuch Cbonderai?^^ Aid 'C t0 provide' for' tKbti" Things^ wherVin .^he Security, the CQ ^afe, and tnie' I^ap^iie&'c^'my\(^vetantent are'fo'much I concerned. Bc�t above all, I muft'rdcbmmend to yoir the L Careof the Navy/^he Strtrigth and'felory ^f-tWs>Natfon, � that you wuTpVit Ihtcfucn Cottilftibn^/ liHUkdkeus c'on-V fiderable and rejpeftid ahroad-'l capnot e'xpfefV SyCdttcerns upon this Oecafion more fuitable rd'my owrt Thougtrs of iti than byaffilringfouj Itdve a if He Ehgtifh'J^wW, as jealous of the Honour of the Nation its yott can tie \ indr 1 pleafc ihyfelf with the llopes^that'^'Gc^V^leirriig, and y^iir Affiftance, I miy carry it) $-ef#ta}idti' verhightrih the World than evfcr it has beer\;in the Time of any of rhy Anceftors;  : � �  - '  - " . And as I will not call upon you f�r Supplies, but when afe of Public Uffi and Advanrige. jf promife yiSu, L hat what you give me upon fuch OccafidnV /hall be'rtia-gg'd with good Hufbandry; and I wnTr.fcfc Cart ft Ihatl osemplo/dtothelTfesforwhichraflcihtm."1'- " . TtutSptecti foularmd.the FrSbh tytAjlr}; Mat ent\ej\ them tt the ^ftWhS^hSiharfiStt Ltittf to that Ambi Copy of. his S, ^ Speeeh^tb thecal &i�MentrWatterbfT^obtyiie^ looks quite contrary1 tei'WBSft' $f$ expefted, orwhatylu yont-fei^in ybnrsr'bf the tr'A onBeWTWbinTfBSae ^ believe it wokldrbe:- Tie i^'^SYcarce believe ftiere.-is any '^.hange in the ASjsdibns o^ th& Pri�icrtdwards^>iin, and yet'fcnows not what it�'niak�4"f 'thaf-liew^ntJ eitp^^hldfer^orKp fedBKKin 'Octalibnr" IFIfe^d hFP^rESrieht:rB&n*>^&k^W^tfStic ano4e>. $t may[jfill&S&y d^ige all the Meaufres we^ have beeA fa long concerting fo�ike-in the rrtbftdifncoltfEnier-geaeies,-permit Eim' noAv/iwhite'Kftfc tb'-ftrget'liis 0-Sgatioos WlEng�g%ments tdf&h, ^here ateJ^teV^ncs to be hbped.{br,,firom one ^r^;r^'fo'gr^*�^ards opon t5'e ^cSmnt'of his Religion, andivha^has fo ofteh exb^cfs'd his Remembrabce of the good Turns the Kini dgMitf^hla^if^AXift^:"  f Yet itls fif ypft take atf po^ble care to fearch into the Motives and Advifers of this Speech: Arid11- aiAcontf-lflanaed'tb tell JW,*ttut v^hat I. have begun, fo much for the Honbiir and Defenee'of thei Government,- will be continued by yoti' with att 'ihe\ Chearfulnefs and ^Readinefsthat is reqaiiirefor'a .Wfri^of fid greVt.,Ihtpo"rtance.: ' ' --.. ht ; and' halving formerly ftthfd j*t,:tbat dfttfi^mnifo bai^be Btfijitv#"fair &t*tee, in i another Rebellion to make tbem nextjfarj 'to me.^rXju* � 1 I am afraid fome Men hiay be. fo wi^J^.-l�5l*Jnd 1 ^exp^r^1aT*HKre^ happen between yo�i and me upTOJaiii^ceafitS :'BSew*dn*yW,Wwlder what Advantages baveitiftn fo us A a feW Mohtbsi by the good Un- *d I S ^ff^*5^^niah^y -clear'd all our Doobts, togethc* Wfth Whatt-^-1iaSwrit nppn that SubjetV.- It^ *o rrwrtftha^ What I reffly'^x-pcfted; for Ii�ad ajwaysft better Opinion1 -of K?�) tfian tothink.kccoul* bear tam�^ Ih-eJ^tiW^lacli Hett^ka would endeavour to irrjpofe upon h&ri. Forthie^ttlfto iphifa Jf|&U be nlade good^o 4 tktje? and it's hoped1, that others will be as teaiotli to keep their Promifes tc o�. Tht ifttte/d ybu muftdbllvet,^ nbtti^ybttieethePeWban�!aifiarv^lit; fori am more and m�te perfuaded> as wrllasjnott;' that we casffitt j^e toft much upon the refcrve w& hfe, lcb'j LONDON. Extras of a Letter from Plymouth, St}t. 16. � Admiral Lellock is fjil'd with* the Tranfports. Re- * mafa the Trade, who are to go under Convey of the * Mermaid Man of War. for New-England. Came in *� tht�_--, Pdwell; for Portfnjouth, with 100 French ' Priforifers, and is to take in as many more here} and ' then we (hall have only 15b Prifohers left. ExtraS'of a Letter from Portfmeatb, Sefr: 18. � Yefterday one of the Tranfports,wrth Part Of the Foot � Guards on board, which lately fail'd froai-PlyftioUth, put ' inro ^pithead; havftig fepafateil fiohl thejf Convoy in the � Night; as did one bther Tranfport, which is not yet put i in. Lord Offulftoh, and fqme other Officers of lJiftincr � tidn, areoir board tnfs that'is arrived here, and muft * wait a? Wind and Convoy before they can proceed to join ' the other �t Plymouth; inteflikio^&^iieW'Expealiibn, ^ * fuppw'd for a Defccnt bn-^he'-Sb^tfi Coaft ot France. � ._^-The Hampton�Court and Prince Frederick liuiMout -� out of the Hartioiirjtt&ifow to'Spitheadi \Ve hear that the r'odt Gu*rd� who lately Embark'd on hoard OieTranfports at Woojwich; are fey arrived at Plymouth ? except fwo Ships^-foppos-'d t^be ttofemen-tion-d in the above Letter,. > '; 1 * -  ^  n The Aogelickji boun^F from Martim'co- to Bourdeaux, Jaden with Sugar and- Coffee, is taken ^by -hi| -Majelrty's Ships tbelnvernefs add Portfcmda-Prilej andJYcnt iaio PI Plymouth. '" '; " * '' ^ ' '  ' � * .The Robert; of and for Glafgow, from Ljjjboo, was taken lately by a French Privaleerj ba"t reit�ltfe(oW�U*�n�er- T3 9 W rV AD V ERTISp MENTS gre caken in tor this Paper, at Lloyd's Cgffki-Hovse, in Lombard-Street, Cape-Britain for. Even ~~~ ;