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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 11, 1845, London, Middlesex                                S At U R Pit,   January i i , '   1 ;C t-4 WO G V u Z?i?^, Janubxy.i). lAME down this Forenoon (the $u-. ! merfejf;, T61&n ; arid the Severn, fCoffier*'' for ElfMfidia ; and Lovely Betfey,Pairr, for J^AaicSj and remain with . His Majefty'S Sh��s Yacn^ii^'Aini^al Martin-;' Not-  tingfaam,,theMpftpioutli, and two , Sjpops of War} thV Duke of Bed- ----_ J' ford- Privateer* and Fawkener Pac- ketfBbat....Sailed,pn;-a Cijuize'his JVfaje^sSliips Princefs Louife^ Admiral Mayn, Tilbury,' D^efiihce, aw the Swifc. Privateer.  WindW.NiW. v        lers/e&eiftt the 'Town aho;ut 4 c'Clock\ abort 6 thev Young Pretender, with his Life Guards, fee Ddke of Perth, Mi^fe �f TnMibardine^ '&&&-f**l$| andKiImanock, feWfeufiBd^ef the.-I^nchl&t^dor, Secretary MtiT^, Lady Ogilviej M*s. Xturray/ahdj(enny Cameron, aftd dther?, ih Number of 606 Men, afed f^rfes, fre^iifeit^ $8&*k ''^a^^Ver- '-mi*i?e>�l ^o StttM W TuJlrb&rdvief vjail        : oXA f'ii.tr ':" ' ^Sd^w^me^G^thlr^ifi �if'Rini;'ii-i Drunp- Tiiey .eyea ^fc|risle4>fo -.-lowi as to pilfer artt fcarry away to the Vame bf abou*-^ h in Linnens, Stockings, and Ctoaths, froni Greeiifhills the Butler.  They likewife.took but of his* Grace's -Stables tv^O Geldihgs.i- Jn fhort to give anAtcdunt of all theOutrages they com-mitteid Wouid exceed the Bdunds-of a Letter^ therefore, I have only given ylou a few' Inftances of their Behaviour. They have mod miferably abos'd the Duke's Tftnaritss by -J taking-away Hbrfes, Ciokths, and every thing from them j in fiiort they havfe done ihcredrble Damage to the Coun--try.    -       '�     ' ^ 1    \      - � �  .-. As to Lefmahagow' Wt ^rtfer the following Accounts from one of the 'MirihteFs; ppSSflf,- that they have burned a large Houfe m Abbay-green, which was inhabited by^five difterent Families, with their whole Furniture.   As' tothe Miniflers HouiSs they have broke all the G.lafs and Saftiesr of the whole Windows of both the Manfes.   They have leit neither of the \dinifters any Body-Cloaths nor Shirts, ;but what they had upon them, and carried off a great Quantity of Sheets ana Blankets, and have left nothing to any of their Children or Servants, but what was upon"* them, carried off fome of th-eir Books, tore a great many of their Notes to-pieces,>carried off fome of theiFSem*6ri~ Records, and .principal Papers concerning the Seffion, with all the Poors Money *hey: could lay their Hands upon j ; they have done confiderable Damages to-other People' through the Parifh. P.S. You will take particular Notice of this, that the three Chiefs of the Rebels who .broke into the Drawing' Room and abufed his Grace, ,the;Minifter and myfelf, in a verylaarbarous and cruel Manner, were, the Captain of Clanronald, Kinloch, MoidartV Brother, and the Laird of rVPLachlan : BeSdes I hadi" forgot to tell you, that they' broke many of .the Duke's young Planting, alfo innumerable other Ablife, wBch his tjrace and Tenants'will feel for many Years afterwards.  it is thought that the Men ofi^r under t^ Command-" of Admiral Mayn: and Cpmmodeire. itnpwles will join atr-Sea^and then pay a Vifit .to the Bullies of France at Bpipign.     ' 1. We hear that Lettjeis have, been fent to. the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor, and the ISgh SheVijf ,of; the County of Surry, to know what^onihet; of Prl^jrs, the Goals in Xoddon and Southwark can-Yecdye,-a^ make Prepara^ tions accordingly j it is therefore Cippos'd that the Rebels taken at Carlifle, &c. will be immediately brought to Town. . j     .    -;. r>- Yefterday came^n Account, thai the Elizabeth, White, from London, fof Newrjsngland, >vas tak^en by a French Pjriv^efr^.but^e-takien by the Saltaft Prlvatter, Cafnir Powell, of London, andtfetit into Fafthoath. - � � ,; Thejjofe^. fyp&etf from Qportb for London, w*fc fallen By a French. Privateer ; bftt was re-taken by the Saltalh^ and brought into Falmouthi ?'The, Wai^^^if^from.l^^n^laod, for Antigua, is't^ji'by. t|�e French, a^d'carrje^iinto^Car^^^^^ Monday kit'Sir Stephen SataUbrook: tf Rochford in; EiTex, w^s-married at WaJtham jAhbey, to: Mifs^Ruffel of Hale �End dear Rwrifordy and Daughter of the late Wiilfem �uBrt, ;Efg; ^f the fafte^Plkce, atr agreeable young Lady with a'FdfMe'of V6Dfe't'� ~" -laft JSafarday  t^of all his. Goods,, Money, &c. and after deEm^ieydil'l^ays^ &mej;'^S�,lieTay UTBtit a few Days. .' '    :l    � an eminent JHab^r^ii^a^ yhq .was;~p^rtqer .with#e late^l Afderman Alifoft^ ^�f|?o greasy, #eextt'd^ knew him- ' J)n^edn hamv-tnCf: 'MM refteraay ^i^f^llg^Lieutehant Giar. ^giie.lSte Wa^iftJPtanders. u-hKilJft     ,WvaM^ a'Carpeniet om^.^l*36*o�aB|5t?d to Newgate, by Sir Thomas D* ^ilv* fo^%�^ufe� itaaling two Gold Rings, �.m^^^--^^^^1^^- upon; him. .1:^-,^^  ��:*ti-T*' ' r'*': L     .'; The fame Dky ^o^er^ftfs gointf about with'�c]btious b^�e#UTttm^#^tnc.mtte' As we think thfr following Letter may give Entertainment, to oar Readers, we-have taken the Liberty to re- pubhfc'dtWeeklyonaTuei  FT Pa _ January t, 1746. nr^HIS Day the fUppofed Conqueror was proclaimed at �-rj^-SlRsfcrjefi^/; amid'ft "the lond"Acclamati6n� of Highlanders and Friars. I was enabled, from my own Window's, to view this Ceremony j Wallbrook Church, the Manfion-hOufe, and feveral others adjoining, having bedn burnt and razed in the Maffacre of laft Week. Fa-thtp&jilaize, an bijb Deminicani read upon the Occaiibh a Speech out of a Paper, which he ftiled an exteinpore Addrefs. Melancholly as I was, I could not help fmiling at one of his Expr?ffions, when fpeaktng "of. the New-. Year, he talked cf Janus'& Faces, each of which look'd both backward and forward. Jan. 2. A Proclamation iffued for ifi-ee Parliament (according to the Declaration) to hieerthe.20th Inftailt. The'Twelve'Judges removed, and Twelve new ones ap-^fointed, fome of whom had fcaree ever Deen in Wejlmin~ Jitr^Hall before.1  * ' '-:J$frx$. Queen Anheh Statue in Sr. Pa^s Church-yard taken away, arid a large Crucifix erefted in its-Room. Jan^t 5, 6. The Caih, Transfer^Books', cifc. removed io trie Tower, from the Bank, South-Seaj ahd India-Houfes, which ('tis reported) are to be turned into Convents. -Jan. 10. Three Anabaptiftrcommitted to Newgate, for pulling down the Cracihx in 67. PauH Church-yard. Jan. 12. BeingthePirft Sunday^ afterEprphany,.Father Mac-Dagger, the Royal Confeffor, preach'd^^T^g/g. -Q ^%orh a^el^Qt ^tht^ the^T' Ffehcb Arhbaflador wTth^ariumerous Retirlge. ' >i -,jui^ 20. Xhs/^^j^mm .9$^^^^^^^ "^trtd, Addreffes filled 'with Sentiments of ctwzs\&retigiqus Liberty/,-An Aft of Grace propofed from the Crb\vii,-.fo' pardon*all Trealbns committed under Pretext of any Office, civil ahd military, before the firjl Declaration's being pro-ynalgated, which was in the Iae of Mull; about 19 M-.nrhs ago.   The Judgej confulted, whether all PerfoHS through^ out Qreat-britain were intended to be found by, this Prd-mulgation, as being privy to it.   ' 1'was held they wercA becaufe Ignorantia legts ifoti excttfat.        "  .- ,'>'->  Jan. 22. Three Meinbefs, to-wit, Mr, !).--�, Mf.     . jWm �vtt ��id.':-i4H;^V' 'M:"-�y -we^^^eM^^p^^o&fesr *and: ferit to the Tower, by a Warrant fro*m a; Secretary of sStapr: The fame Day I heard another Great Man was dif-'xniu^d from this Place, but his Name I could heifher leam iiorgueft. :      V-'' '"''"- the Houfe, taihefaw^bet -j Jav.z^. His Higknefs fends a Meffage to Thathe wo^:it^'-^f^ne1rR�n^va&,. tillJ ter"Reafon.   \        -"') ;"    ' 1 :.';.! Jftn\ 24. A Great-CTOurtiat 5^. James's, ja which were prefeht* and *aid **ahd*and * a�d:allkuTel Hands. ^ n jtrtw     n^hnjJ^rt 1 ^nijinfirhffmhntp- rrmnrian rd^tripi for'theit Offence; and fratenced ia>bte iatig^d.' Ex�oted the fame Day, attended 'ofMrV^a^i^ ihe'OrH^iary. TheirsTeacher Mr^^^B^^llhwr^urrl^ i*eiu^AccelVrr6mth^ Jan. zp. Thi�Daythe&tf^im^ Beteuick and Pfymttk; we^a^mSrea' into the tjy . Hands of French Commrffkrie^, as- CBuiifaary Towns; p�* |^^e>u^^p^>cf;Ae.L^'%^'^ tt; 27. -TtMvBkiebi; the did S^^eVa�&n, coi^-'Hf* mitted to the Compter, for a. vi^nt.^fiauft- oh f^th^r '': --Mac'-daggir ahd^ tirieie ycnlrig Mars: ^�&Mil&is^m<- v " abStit :T6wh, tlrat'thiey'l^d attempted the pha&ity df-^s liis Daughter^. Jan. 28: ABill4broojghtinto-theCqminOhs, andiw/fle ';rea.dthe fame.D%^;b1r^ea1.the:Ac\;^ V":al)6limeaf''4^;lpir^;t^1[ame ib^am^^^|l^^^p'"-U. --k'  S^idieK-qneffea;by-do^ "    \r.     #f- A P V E RTISEMENT S are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffe e-Hquss*. in. LQPifeard.-Sfreet. No Wooden jShdte. - � f . 4 ,       ^ " ' No Arbitrary Powen   f ' -llllllt   

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