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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 13, 1845, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. NtfMBi MONDAY, J A NU A RT IJ, 1745-6. DW, January 11. )AST Night Commodore Knowles, in his Majefty's Ship the York, with two other Men of War, came in from the Northward, and fail'd to the Weftward. Remain his Ma-jefty's Ships Yarmouth, Faulkland, Weazle SJoop, with the Duke of Bedford j Owner's Goodwill, Pick, ___ for Exeter; and feveral Coafters, bound to the Weftward. Wind E.S.E. Berlin, Jan. 4, li.S. The Pruffian Troops file off towards their form� Quarters. The Regiments of Foot of the Duke of Wirternberg enter'd here Yeilerday ; thofe of "General Polentz formerly Truchfei, of Sydow, and of Kleift, are expe&ed To-day} that of Margrave Charles comes in To-morrow, and the Gendarmesafter To-morrow. All thofe Officers, as well as common Soldiers, who defire Leave to go to their refpeftive Homes, obtain it, but are ordered to return to their Regiments on the 1 ft of May, and from that Date till the Month of June they are daily to be exercifed, after which a fecond Leave of Abfence will be granted. There will be no General Review this Year, and his Pruffian Majefty purpofes, as it is faid, to drink the Mineral Waters at Pyrmont, and then to make a Journey into Pruffia. The Day before Yefterday Count Podewils and M. Fockerott returned from Drefden. Berlin, Jan. 8. The King of Pruffia, with the Duke, the Dutchefs, and Princefc Carolina of Wolfenbuttel, arrived in Town from Potzdam on the 6th Inftant. The Trophies taken ip the Engagement near Drefden, were efcorted hither oh the fame Day by a Detachment of the King's Gusrds,-and the Grenadiers of Kleift : The Regiments of Foot, Margrave Charles, Count Hacke, General Polentz, Count Dohsa formerly Blackenfee, entered like-tfife, in order to garriftmthia Town, as did alfo the Regiment of the HuJTars of Zeithen, and a Battalion of the Cannoneers, with all the Artillery and tic Pontons. The Regiments of Bredow and Roeder are gone to their former Quarters. The Peace is to be publiihed on the izth inllant, M. d'Arget, the Secretary of Marquis Valory the French Minifter, has left his Mafter, and enters Service with the Title of1 a Peniion of 1500 Dollars a into his Pruffian Majefty's Privy Counfellor, and a Year. LONDON. On Saturday Evening an ExpreCs arrived from General Hawley at Edinburgh. � And late on Saturday Night another Exprefc arrived from Scotland. : Laft Night it was rumour'd, but we hope without Foundation, that: the French had landed fome more Troops in Scotland. Orders arefent for Brigadier Bligh's-Regiment of Foot, to guard the Rebels taken at Carlifle, to London, who are to let out from thence this Day. : On Saturday Morning the Hon. SirEverard Fawkener, Poft-mafter General, and Secretary to his Royal High-nefs the Duke, arrived at the General Poft-Office, from the Army in the North. LaftTuefday was married at Budworth in Chefhire, Peter Brooks, Efq; Son of Peter Brook;, Eiq; of Roftern in that County to Mifi Meriel Leigh, only Daughter and Heirefs of the late Fleetwood Leigh, Efqj a young Lady of great Beauty with, a Fortune of 50,0001. OnTueTday laft died at Sheffield in Yerkfhire, on: Journey to'London, Mr.,Ead�, ene of the moft confide table Clothiers in the North of England, who acquir'da good Fortune, with a fair Chara&er. 'TKe~private Letters from Edinburgh all mention the Joy expreis'd by the.Inhabitants of that City, oh the At rival of the King's Forces,. which diffipated their Appre henfions of a fecond \ Vifit from the Rebels, who no doubt would have us'd the well-affefted Inhabitants in a barbarous manner; the. Majk bung now, thrown off by the Banditti. The Letters alfo mention t�he baodfome Appearance and DjfcipHne of the; Militia from Glafgqw, among whom are many of the ^Merchants and principal Traders, and alfo feveral of the Clergy; two of whom, who are Officers, preach'd each an excellent Sermon againft the Rebels, on Sunday fe'nnight, in the TrOn-Church, viz.1 a Lieutenant, preachM in the Morning, and a Captain in the-Afternoon. ' . The Topftiam-Merchant, Cole, from Bofton for London, is taken by a French Privateer, and carried ihtc Brett. -On Saturday laft a Man well drefs'd was found drown'd in the Thames, near York Buildings, Yeilerday a Coach and Six was drove to Stains in an Hoor and 50 Minutes, for a confiderable Sum. On Thurfday died, at her Houfe in Woodftock-ftreet the Lady Frunal, much lamented. Yefterday Morning died at Mr. Stiles's in Cheapfide, Mr. William Forfteri who had lived there 40 Years, and was greatly efteem'd by all that knew him. On Saturday laft the Felons under Sentence of Tranf-portation, were kni down the River from the feveral Goals, in order to make room for the Rebel Prifoheis expe&ed fhortly in Town, Direftions having been given for that piurpofe. This Day the Seffions begin at HicksVHalU To-m'orrpw at Guild-Hail , and on Wednefday next at the Old-Baily. " Whitehall, Jan. 11. The King has been pleafed tp frant unto Henry Grey, of Howick, in the County of Northumberland, Efq; the Dignity of a Baronet of the Kingdom of Great Britain. SCOTLAND. Edinburgh, Jan. 6. Laft Thurfday the Van of Gene-" ral Hawley's Army arrived in this City. It confifted of a Battalion of the Royal Scots, General Sinclair and Bat-tereau's Regiment. The Zeal and Affeftion to his Ma-jefty's Perfon and Government appeared, by the diftin- fui/hed Reception the Troops met with on their March rom Berwick, as well as on their Arrival here. The Counties of the Lothians not only provided them with Horfes to expedite their March, but with a Generouty equal to their Abhorrence of the prefent unnatural Rebellion, entertain'd them at their own Expence at Dunbar, Aberlady, &c. Each Soldier bad a Pound of Beef, and a Pound of Bread, a Glafeof good Scots Spirits and a Bot tie of Ale. It was dark before ihey entered here, BHTweT! received with the higheft Demonftrations of Joy and Gratitude for their feafonable Arrival. The City was finely illuminated, the People huiza'd, the Militia- lin'd the Streets, and warm Quarters were immediately affign'd them. They look well; and notwithftanding their Fa tigue and long Marches, wifh for A&ion immediately^.- On Friday a fecond Divifion came here, confifting. of the Regiments of Fleming and Blackney. They were entertained on the Road in the fame Manner by the Gentlemen of the Country (as the other Divifions will like-wile) and this City was again illuminated. They are quarter'd, Fleming's in the Cannon-gate, and Blackney1 s in Leith. ' The Rebels left Glafgow on Thurfday laft, after im-poverifhing both that City and Country adjacent-feyox^J travagant Contributions. They moved towards this jflacfe, and on Friday they quarter'd about Cumbernauld and Kilfyth, and an advanced Party reach'd Falkirk/ They have been fince reconnoitred, but as yet there is no Certainty of their Intentions.-It is faid they are drawing fome Field-Pieces from the North Side of the Forth, towards Alloa, as if they defigned to force a Paffage about that Plate.-They are fince returned towards Stirling, and got the Length of Bannockburn and St. Ninians. Another Divifion of General Hawley's Army is ex- . ----y-----7 -,uu pefted this Day, and it is affured, the whole will confvft of* Je \ who were drawn up between the Shire-Hall and the fourteen Regiments of Foot. Several Squadrons of Horfe, Market:houfe, marched from thence to Church; his confuling of Churchill's Dragoons and Cobham's Horfe, Troop being followed by the two Companies, who all ' ......" " " ~ - ' '- made a fine Appearance, bcina-all wellarm'A'��i�wj.�P> Milkia of the Kingdom ? that atythe Artillery and-hi Baggage of that Army, and Iikewife fevera^ Ships yA Provifions, now lading in the River Tyae* are to be! to Leith, under a (bong Convoy, We are told, that 1500 of the Farces, under Major ftreet, John Hemfworth, (M.D, Cenfor of the College of Phyficians. We hear from Armagh, that laft Smd^y-WilliaBa^lK'v chardfon, Efq; one of the Reprefentati^, and De^rjr /i* Governor of the County, marched into thav Head of his Independent Troop of Horfe ^iffiS^ being received by the two Independent Compahii^of Foot Militia, commanded by Henry Cuft, Efq j and. Clpt, \ were detached on Wednefday laft from Carlifle to join thofe here. The Gentlemen deputed from this City to congratulate bis Royal Highnefs on his Succefs agaioit the Rebels, are, returned. They w^re Eye-Witneffiis to the Surrender of Carlifle. Amongft thofe who were made Prifoners there, were four Dragoons that enlifted with the, Chevalier after the Battle of Prefton-pans, who met With their Defert, and were immediately hanged up.--His Royal Highnefs's Prefence beingabfplutely nfeCeifary in Lorldon, hexould,^ not honour this City with, a Vifit, but expreffed the" higheft Regard for the Loyalty and A&ftion pf the Inhabitants. The Militia were, reviewed on Friday: laft in St. Anne's Yards. Such a Number of refolute Men^ anltjIjlllllUg'lO fome Thoufands, gaye great Satisjfaction to Ae Well-wkhers of our happy Cenftitution, and the Profperity of this City. They are determined to exert themfelves whenever an Opportunity offers.-- On Saturday a fine. Corps of Volunteers, from the Followers of the Gentlemen who latelyfeceded from the Church, marched thro'-the City. They had a handfome Pair of Colours, with; proper Infcriptjonsj and are fuch who may be depended,. on. Yefterday died the Right Hpn. James Lord Salmeri--noch, one of the Peers of Scotland, and a Senator of the Co|lege of Juftice, remarkable for his dHtihguiflied Probity and Love of juftice. On Saturday laft Major-GeneralHufce arrived here. ^ Extra�iof a Letter fr$m AUea, Dee. ^i. ? On Sunday laft in the After^oorr�jpb Highlanders, 'came in here from Dumblain and Down, in order to � raife the Cefsand Excifc? whether they'gpt it all Ican-: � hot fay, but what was paid they gpt; on Sabbath Night i ' at Eight o'Clock, they wedt to ths Minifter^ HQjufe,the* \ * Rev. Mr. James Gbrddh, demanded bis Horfe,' which Vhe refufed them* upon which they immediately went and * broke open his Stable, and brought out the Horfe, with ' i � Saddle and Bridle, threatningat the fame Time, if any of' : � his Senranu ftirr'd, they would moot him that very In- � ftant; his Garden the fiune Night was robbed of three * � Bees-Skeps.-^AIl that Night they broke open feveral i * Peoples Houfes, arid robbed them of every Thing that j * was valuable, theirl'erfons being in Danger if they of-v '' fcr'd to oppofe them j one Anderfon, a Baxter, iQ;th!s� ' Town was robbed and plundered in Money, Watch- , , 1 Rings and Cloths* to the Amount of 40 1. Sterling; the � � very Boys they had with them ftopp'd People in the Day, '.Time, and fearchedtheir Pockets, taking away Nap-\ * kins from their NecISi and Shoes off their Feet: The ' whole Amount of their plundering in this Town, is faid * to be upwards of 2001. Sterling, which they got in cne � Night's Time.' EdinlnirgJlf, Jm."j. YeRerday h^s Excellency General f Hawley arrived herej the Mufick Bells phv'd, and a ! particular Satisfaction appeared amongft the Inhabitan|scf As to the Rebel's Motions, it is laid they were advan-' cing near to Stirlioe. ' Inhere are bkewife a Report, that. ; fome had exofs'd the Ford at the Frew, and joined them, ^ iand that I^rd Lews jGordon i^d got to Dundee, as on ; Saturday Night. ' It is Iikewife faid, that the Earl of Loudou is following very faft, anH is now in Ppfleffion of Aberdeen. ' TheHighlanders give out, they intend to befiege Stirling Caftle, and foptify a Pafe near Falkirk We-hear that f " fift of ft Regiafea^^lp^il -----1-----, .-ov n*jk^ e a fine Appearance, being all jrellarm'd* aadcloat^S;r ill rthordugh UnrfornS. R .U^M^ Waterfor^ Dec. 28. Yefterday failed from hence of a Cruise, in confort, the CheftcrfieM Privateer, Captain Hughes, of 44 Guns and 400 Men, and the Boyne Privateer Capt. Wigranfcof 18 Guns and 150 Men, bpthbe-k>nging to the fame Owners. It' is (aid tfet$ht;]to%?taat!NKt Capt. Eatoa^ of Gons, and 3Q0 Xi^v has received Orders to jom theaia|-> Sea. .. ... ' * '� B A N, R UP ti John Rogers, late rof Me^r, h .the. County, of Wilts. High Water at London-Bridge, this Day at 58 Minutes after 3. H A Y-M A R K E T. AT the KING's T H E AT RE in the HAY-MARKET, To-m�rawKwiU be perform^ aMU. i SICAL DRAMA, in two Pwt�, caU'd ' La CAD Ut A. de G I G A N T I, The Fail of the GIANTS. With Dances and !Otb(+ Decorations Entirely Nettie \^^^^^^^^^^^^^Aaet e�h/ Oslleiy 5 �T*"^ 1 By HvM a /IJTTi Cmmahd, No f erfoM whnfpe�ef tQ he admitted behind the Scene*. The Qklletj to be open*d'at Four o'Clock. Pit and Beset at Five. To c^in at Six o'Clock. %*7he.$Mri^^O,0fera art dtfrtd ttmhlbe JM |��. D R U R Y-L A N E. 1 Br Jits Majefty*s Cmpatipof Cmtdiant* AT the Theatre-Royaijn Drtiry-Lane, q thi. Day, will he pefqited A The B: EG �@->lk^.~&aT*9tt%: The Part �f ;CapK Maeheath- by Mr.^owe; Peachnm, by Mr. Muklin; Lockit, Mr.Bwry } Filch, Mr.Raftor; M�to'th* Minf~ Mr. Blake*; Mit. Peaebun, Mh, MiekiJn}. M�r�i Mr. Vfoti-born : Beggar, Mr,Wififtone; B��� Buege, MriSimpftn j.BajOioj, ; Mr, Leigh j ^rookftnger'd lack. Mr. Ufl�er} Ninniai Ned, Mr, : 'enny. Di-ixeo, M\Ct, Cole^i Dolly Trail, Mi&Pitt; Molly Braiea.Mift Bradfluw | M^a.: CoaXer, MifiCopioj The Part of Polly by Mi(a Edwardt: And the Part of Lucy T>y Mri.Clif e. In Adlll. A Hornpipe by Mr. Yatejf, ., , �ad of (jbe Opara. A Tonboorlne by Madein. Mechal aad othertv - To which will be added a fawejcaa'd � The STAG fL,C O^A Ctt The Part of Nicode^ui S^oipebody by Mu^teai. C|pt.JbfilJbjt, Mr. Mittn } Unci? Michtti Mr, Colliriij" Jolt^ Mr. I.Sparkeaj , Fetch, Mr. Nealej Landlord, Mr.Vauglun; Oftler, Mr. i*it*** Ifabella, Mifs, Minora*JMly, M* R�ye#|^ . . And the Pattpf.MaeatonejRiMr. Barrington, . - - vQ^jm$#w. Hobte!
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