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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 3, 1845, London, Middlesex                                IT 'j it'la; fredl, January i. 1/D this Morfldng feven of War on a Qciize. Remain his Maje-fty's Ship the Yarmouth, Admiral Martic, with four other Men hf War.  Wind S.E.byS. @rav/find, Jan* i. Pafs'd by the Queen of Hungary, JVlaynard, from T^evisi -, _ : < The St. 1�pf, Igami^n, 'from Virginia, is arrived at ij IJlafgow. The-Queen of Hungary, Fleming, from Antigua, at Bott6n'.*s   * ��f 0 N  DO N. Jirom the London Gazette. ffaocaflle, flee. 29. Eight Battalions of EngKfh Troepa f are in March *for -Edinburgh, to which Place they.veifc * order'd- to proceed with the utmoft Expedition.  Major General .and Brigadier Cholmdndeley matched I with them, and Liqutenant General Ha�fiey will follow in ' two or three Da) s.   ' HfyriiebvlliJ�m 2. La1l Night a Meflenger arrived with Letters from j&ackhall, dated the; joth^paft, with the ibliawing Account of the Surrender of the Town and Gtfle^oTCarlifi* *0'Royal Mighn<^rJ*e*B�ke of Com-laftd:  On the^ath it was fou.net ncceiFary to abate the" firing from the Battery .which had began to piay 'the Day b^is^foriwapt of Shot* tilL-towards Evening, jfchen.ad frefh Supply arriving, it was renewed very brifldy for two ' Hours, f.whic^ (hypklhc Wall? very nmtih. Thefame EtEpriing a Fellow attempting to get out �f the T^w-rr, was taken one of ,the advanced - Parties, ^snd brought to the 'Dak*.- -lie delivered two Letters, one far hifc fToyal Highnefs, the other lor the Commander of the Djitqh faoops fiiRpofcd to be yi i th his xkny. They were frfgn jijfetjlpp .filing hiHilelf Copimander of, the.l^renca Artillery, and of the French GaqHtton *hat was at, or . migjn ' The MawingiV�|nt^he�t|c Copv'cf � fery^s^vq^ 1 in^>; E#e#tfion, �^ ttre^^dgigroi^^es aref ithfo' that Country, which dfc Ttwo^'jaf the ^oj .armed by Law, And unpievided ^wltb/'Ai]^ ^ Authority to nfe them: TJ�fs. m^,j&Jig$$...J A^d..en alone, |g%^i^t}^^o^M�^ SD1^^^ '* Sterhng,, ^ch andante fip ,c#. i�4ie^oun^pf Iflpjeal t |Rack-Rent; and wherever the CouBtryv 2th * of December,DU^i;%'   Sdbftuml'    - >^ CO J. rM�toges with Rebels, hnd^efucjs �he)r jsi^fe him^aw^oie, ^hat Oij^r and Cattle of Carlifle, and which known, his Ro^al Kighnefihafl be duly ^ ac>}tiainfed wkhthe^Goyjerjipr^^^OTfon's lijiit or a'lti-mate Refoloti&i, the White l^(^ebg hung out ori'Pur-pcfe''torbteHii'at^C^id6ft 4f Stnfl^^ tdneluding a Capi- . tulation.  Tnis is to be given to h� Royal HighnefsVAid ' dtfCa?hp. Sijn'd'.   Jtbt ttmiUon* (D) His RoyafHigbnefi's D eclat        to the Rebeh, feat by tin Coh/mis Comvay and Lsrd Bury, Aid dt Camps n bis Riy.*J Higbntjst- afitr receiving JohaHnmil.oti'4 l^ef' JP, j 745. ALL the Xenns his Royal Highnefs will or can grant to the Rebel Qarrifin of Carlifle, are, That-they fhall nqt be.put'to the Sword, but be referyed for the King's Pleafwie. ffthey ronfentto Aefe Conditions, the Governor am. pr^icipai Qfficera are to de^ver theinfelves up immediately, and the Caftle, Citadeij^aii4 afi^ the .Gates of the Town, are to be taken Po&ffioft of forthwith by the King's t*T,.   All die Small Arms are to be lodged in the Town We^pf^. Butler, m eminent Jp wejbhy whqle$e L^^raper at the Goldej SeyTCoShai. p* Wednejtdiiy ^ft die*^ jP^fe^ftlsp^th Year Laft Saturday was. j^mitod to Pefcfy1&&'^0&* ' ^Stephen MiHs'anu Edwardr^r^gh^ vt�fo Labovireti, for ithe Murder qf Mrr^Har�e, ^f�er, Jbyr#abb^g ^1 jSecondtseneral Meeting of the Gentlemen and^W*�i�-'��2 *Yefterday en Bariiam Ddwrn, th^eooldnetbe lefs than p* �8ooo, 4i�rbe employ^ In the Favourite Scheme of makingjfiirthcr ^onqiidftsan -^j the Ntfkcrlandj.-rrllQWveT, this ri^uft depend uppn.ojp continuing iipohthe Guard; 'for if we are too fecure, there is no doubt but they will attempt to e^equ^e |heir Jrfi Yefterday k great ^Number, of <5alleys eame upthe Ri-?ver, and pickt^p a gfeat maoyufefol Fellows to fe * his i\lajeHy, who ,w'e� ommediittb^ Jetft oh beard 1 Tenders a*^BJaefcwdLand'Deplfortf,' y Terterday Arms and aoa^f'g^t.fe^t to the ,^aj Berkky's new-rais'd Regiment at $ni^ol,^who are famareh to defend the We.fteqi Cpalt Laft Week was mamed at Koo^lbrd in Chelbire, Lee, of Poothf E% to Itfife Iftade*  eajr'd ,upp.^e Stfpi. ,A!der(DU> Mr. HippUfcr; f 11 Wilfe^Wjfef ^4 Mr. JMttafo ^CoaAuiffj 4ftK-4f|^'4fri.'etti R O Y A L  C U A ^ Tho Ghinfier of a Ciuaeur RoyaI1�y Mr. Beard } Mcrl^ U*tc .U&Btlmir .t.      . ......r..A h,.*..\ift Jupiter, in the Charafter of Htrfeqnia by Mr. WinijiJiJi |Mercf)ry, Mf. Reinbold j Vb&or, iMr.Anttait; OrffinHnt. MiW lliajai^L.fieteitMb*�.&&�*: . ': ' '.r 1177   ^T        �   '' Vtr-xi "IpHE DECAMERON, or One �y|MiN tOeCACE;        t"**rtoi;int6 iOentienun. in One Volume, Oftwo.: *Fr!ee <*. 1 * % Thefe beautiful Storiei are divided into Ten Dtp Entertain*' jmMV awah^'fiw^wh^Day^-Oa �etkiiu OuMtOtt OreatTrooblea and^tplex'd AdreptBres wnpn'd 5�el� ind Lcre iMventneliiittm' md an tlofion.  5^ AtDOun tbat have end<& happilf.. 6. SubjeA* of Wit ADVERTISEMENTS are talcen in for this ftper/at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-Street. No Woodm Shoes.    Ojtft- O     No ArWtrary Power.   

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