General Advertiser, January 2, 1745

General Advertiser

January 02, 1745

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 2, 1845, London, Middlesex .HAW! 4 . ENGLAND. 53 to the P* fage at ^^M^I^iPipMll^ -wQo #, 9* of" Npuem&er, * Beclaration was tJublMlql ��r nroTT W$MrtlaM, fled DCtorc; "S#^53 ' t^m ; bntheFourta>^��^/, "and on theScvAith-'to^ ^SSl ^ L&ofcr, *�W)cWinmg 'tfe'Pftender, and plun^nnr Ltoirpfot * v^r W afetfjt' they'advancM to| j*-i/>~ Jrt*iia v**.rniu.~ t $4s^ C aud Gol,-"JW^rteX' ie out�f Xown and, " ""'�inextj: 1 the ^ c ^SW^i*9" the S -Breton! iii'ifidHtt&i^lLtL- a& iand Men 6f ^riV&d Eaft'." ^' , From London, to^Bofton; (athe*fine/~; ftom HottwSiri ft^ejante:, 0�roein the f6a T * w arrm: uenp;�^�iw W >�qrVwy+ W Aing ills Mai- � . ' ^* Letterfh� Pt*ti&t jateip*, i*. * His Royal Highnefs ttill begin to firtbtfCjHoler To-' morrow, as his latterks WUt ^cdrlrplttkt Smbtt - f We1ieax*tijey wifl begin on the Titer  btrilt of Brick," and not reckon'd very Ororig. - -'-rr. 'A Ferfott Aell-drsfs'd W� ^ftepty MoYn}ng>i]et * down the Wall* of Carltfle by th* Rebels^ .which 6eW ^anUs^tiiert^to Urfcthljm ^^^ifbu^lfelf ^� anawcraruament pau o an��w^nnne ^� ^ffime^iirerrtite ^ - - >--"V ^ ^ f %l>f and ^aad: -la 50 \ Jamts!>rvmmmdt Eicj; commonly Call'd Ldra l)>tti�ffi^M#} ^ , , ,,. t . e . , ! ofHlgh-TreafonV ; ' * '  "'^ i Tbui ended the Rtbtlhcn ofh 715^ *� Scotland. , ^ 7th^f ^tfw following, was obfervM; in Purfaaoc^ �� - lV:.W, . >t 1 1 of ^proc^mation, asiageneralThanWgividg forfoppref^ fing the KebeUion. : In t7ig,;anJnvafion was threatnedcfroiit5/Mr>; *>� �r�//^arj5�. ^rid fame, other attainted Rebels, landed at Nation* before,---------_-------. >.�............ 4 f m�m.& Bofs, Vift loout *4bo Men from ok ^prelfending. tht^Puke j?f PmW,,j>rtrat� 4 boaw^e 5pa^-FHgates a^d %e" Tt^fpom?' But on Peers' andGcndemen,, promifing soooLj&tim Wtthf Jondition j the Rebels having ftript theai^aU ^they coddto'carrjr into the Caitle. tTapd too Men,-With Plckaxej, Spades, &c; Agoing to the Duke^5 Annyy toi dig^nibre , ie -Ditke -being ^etemiiiy; if jpon%le,k to ' preventthe Efcape ofany.one ofvtheiRebtlsjnowin that Town. � � - - � ,1 i t ' Ydferdavinf the-Afternoon it wavCc�fidently affected ^ teh�- RoyaJ vHighneft ,rhe ^Duke ofX^nbpfJaftd had 25 filwc*d{heGOhm^heCaltfeof C�^4id^^Vn a TWMH* of Carlfe tofiorrendetat^ifcreticn. % �5 takerrare6g ditee^itaiii, > �VbatpneMan; Ocfo^the.Tpwri, ��tWtjig^l^om^errbip^iX Yetterday being^ New YeaV� ^rtim*�* *\giwd mf^ml a�d" Jfeth' ap/ea^MW^C^ifleif w- 5 4

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