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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 23, 1845, London, Middlesex                                Mverafer. N6m*. 3508. "  ifiilinrii'iii DM, Jajwaty^ 21.. � jpay's Ships Princefs -Eeuife, Atbw-nd'Sfa^ae; Tilbury, Commodore Knowle*; York^ Sunderland^ and , D^ke of Bcdfoitt Privates. .And reaoaio withf the Yarmouth, Ad-mini Martin; Monmouth, Folk-, flbjne* Succefs, Vulqan, Weazle, andSwtfrStobps, tfcrSwift Priva^ tee*. wmtjrc$�tte�5.  �Hn#S.S.W. Pw&tjim. *>. The i^etof a.Dutch Ship* arrived tewfam^folaitf^ that a frkateer of 26 Guns and 200 Men. beTon^j toSts. i&loes, boarded and phm-der'd hitfrof att%i*JriV*fe J&totismti a�&ar the feme Time took Cagtvlw/Bdbi^H^toTopmaT!W--The next Day he watbo�de*ky & PrivaSeerof s�?kms, belonging rbBreft, ahout i^tcdgaesftom Scilly.-Andon the 16th he was brought to by a Privateer* belonging to Brett* caU'd the Legorter, of co Guns and 50* Men. Came in the Eagle Privateer, ttomaCruiJ*. Falmvutif, Jan. jfc Sailed the- Lovsday, Brown, for BrjftoL  Wind-S.W. fonUJo** 30. Th�WUlhigmin4, of that Por^Miffli^ is tak�tt% three- %a^& Privateer^ afcdcarried- alto Olid Gibraltar, Rtaaai* tif* Cafonation* Stfo�$ lot Plymouth. ' .Gwut* J tut* -30. Ql/the j 8th camefia the- Fergus* from Southampton, for Madeiafe Gaily, Rice, for Southamsta&andLlEbon. The lojth came in the Aitfphimtei Magbirt, of andifrort Kafeing, for �a-lbtia. ^MoAfirtg^SVirGfbwafe*, from* Bordeaux, for Amifotlbrr. - \ -The- FwfwiHioMt, Awfofdy fcom- Sclsl aad Marina, is arrrod at Jtfadeta*   . Tfitf Caarm�irl^anc^t Sdri&nV fhui & JFJtdg at The Pretty Btt�fef, Sbafty fteffi &. &ktsj * &e Ifle of .Jtbat^j^Chc $a�/Je^^W^S$M^ p�&',d Kea&Satis&aiojutbWK#S%* or War; w&ch tfie^hadibTd^l Wfc^-. BruJfeUt J�n.     Th*f^us Jeaiat Kobcrf darf on the* 17th fnftant at ^mtf, a Vittig* rfrfeV Leagues from Liege; iff the rrip*h�ear   hi* A^'fcaving, piefeni^Uus-Undertondingaildrtfc&Ufe of his Teethtothe vera laft. Rvke^fm. 8. PVirKe T&ooiaW of Bavarfa\ Bwtap of 'Lis& wilT be detlar^a * CiWfd ti^ beift one of thole whom tMlfl^reler^4zJr J'/zM MiMbttf&i         iC W lm�ra^ Troppsf de%i*d for My, ate atreafytheTirolefe.* --' . ' "        --�--......-- butfliiwljV' ojatowtotf _   w ferswmfe To^rjteft-rtfr. bafc-wfekhee OrfeKwl^tn^^fle^aW        ------ _________ In the mean u'me, tie ViffaglSJ, rRal^fejidUftlp BjHfe, &c. rou�dab�wt t�i�reattended who demand norfcxZ^gbnlyV batala^^A of Mohley foFouY bettfge^ecrfgl' ftour Wmter h�~Cky-oppofeK the fa^tnent ofandJias fent,an Expj^to Vieiuia^, to knowif. Aour Imperial Maje{IMgaye CffO^rt for any fuch Ifem&d!. ' 1 ' v. ^    . l a � � o # tn^Aag^ta^Md^^l^^ he: wrfy' quaiiii^hla � .The  _   ., fast; awf Mlif tfpfti- , meats wffl.coo#Wi^lp�t ^ Mil BeGreHameW; amtftf Mnflirft wriUawwiik to. ahwt i3p�e3�l6 > butou* 1^1M*|^jnto OTbrder, by die wnaing back of dtefeme-l)ragD�r� traic weroftt tlmftotikMMtm-^am, thefia^tookAdvaatagcof ,    �a1Jil^tbwMefl^ asd nbdta ^BttfraSAtta^ > upo* ' which it warthtfuglar p>ope�     fcrtra* Stwards Edin-burgh> which wtedb^Wjtft^toijmf p�6^ a Step by th* ft&efe. (Gfc'I^fo'mi&Jjp^ ted Ifeirsli raidto be more. ..... Several, Prifontw *ho ar* ms*c*tftom Cherburgh in Frarice,. %/that Aelmb^toddn irBblo&ti, *c; wa* quite laTdaiide; and ^attbe^Ta^ SealiUefl^ w%d were difcharg'd from the Service of the (aid �nbajrl�tion, at Cherburgt, atid other Plkces in fVaoce.-^-�Thrtmay be to*-* 1m ttefiH Stfcn^* i dial Vigttatte Mithelto ufed to preven* $emi  Yefierda^ theJe-" was a General Cooncili at St. Jkmes's, after wfakh iw�r^&3if�fi�*w de Janrtio* who parted with uh�-Mlt.of the fle�tv att> wejlvarfew D*re-before, Shr^dfo^eb^ AdMicr, tkaf the mubwvf Pacfctt-Bo�r wMelthadbm wUfeffc w# fi�f at Liilflff^ w%nfh'� 1 Ship failed. V�ft*rd*y^ca^A'd^tce ^fK�J^aje%.s^ptheEdln--1 burgh, Capt. Coettf^ha* lakeft and brought into Ply-I awWi, rJwDekr   -iromn->iTP� t-. t-il^S* a$  w )^w4(e affd hi� �       ���^"~w�w^BMSWiew^w>fle(pB OW '�rw�-i*s�)% aw'Wawawawv^'Bpi/wawH fi8" A^WWWffiCWrtt c!W 0^ (hff'Hwfesr'waskdfo|wtfd^by and^uBtetreA^^ ^ apoouted Kfe ~ Laft Sara! Fleetwood,'____ he was taken by'^ltl Rc te of' "Ar lifeife, ^ettaefE of thi Mift to Cirbitd, at r0meB6�ffsbe&reEe was and tliniind Mayle, w% M$m#�*f Biride^etl ly Sir ^eorw Champion; to? tilia^SupZ&M      Ke^. As was Kkewlfe $wt%'lqMail>   We^solte^ Ccihbter ___. 6he Mary There, OOtJN T R t-Nfc VTS. Newcafik, Jan. ij. 'Tfr (aid the Rebel Pft'diijers march'dout of Carln%mtheib&bwui|PlocenldD: i.The Officers on Hbffefiadc^ oft* after another^ with their Legs tied behW tfe^oYfb ^elites; aHb their Arms, allowing Libe^td Hold the* Bridle", each Horfe heing tied to anp-ther's Tail/ 2. Tlie ttmmo* Meri,vc�P|(iot, t#6 a^breaft, each havingthvlf iirins tied; with iKic#�g^betwett.--The whole Pr(>cd8bll ibtts, ftafeW, *8h* ^g;(M on Hgr^ae^^^g^di^lg^M^^fe. the Rear/ t^ef o^Wi^d^ ^ ti^ Itebk *s� fore mentitftfei-^WJIa^'-'iW^I^-lirte betweef tie Pamirs rih^wift^Re^T wSi fcve^ ^ �j!ii, ^lear^ft^onhanbetkma, mm iinttw> Lancailn fe, to a^& WTIi�ay* A^ ImpeHaf ebWafe ^ Fiefd'A^^du^Sedteii^rff �nd Bating#*Ri^##^5c�^ the � added, mmm^^^MkW^ * Hd^ Tfe^irtfftft f^^MK% thatPwdortioiT �the Alhes quit the Empire, the">re�clrrirlr^m^ie<8ee. OnM^ndwNMt,Jfe.R^dhpufe, a Bmldef, was a*-1 tack'd at ^^emWBim&iiia by three Roffians, goteffundifcoverU ""TeBroay^WttePa^ r� Eighteen-ppunders, for the Ufeof TiomouUi Maodffes, -Jbr Gewral HaWkyV Army^t E* OaTuefdiry laA abr^eft'a#rkfed lere fcr, MatroflcJ, See. mar%^fs�ldisiil�k^a� thfe Irak* AnmtolitJofi, Ac afid federal HaVley's-JL^ gage, fy  <^HhQf��w ioad 
                            

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