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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 27, 1845, London, Middlesex                                $fu& b. 3511 MO N D A Yy  JaUuarV 27, ' 174^-6. tJ';:i V1;- January 25. IRJVED the Ch&mingMotty .Mil-drum, From Falmouth ; Aurora, B&vfe, - from Briftol; Whitehall, Davar, from Jamaica ;-iAnneGaUy, Howftori, from Philadelphia, with a'Ship from Lilbon,.and another from Leghorn. Came down Char-|. lotte,' Kliiler, for Pbr&gai;' and re-' main with his Majefty's Ship's Yar-imwtfv -Admiral Martin ; the PrinceTs; �om*fe, "Admlriq r Tilbury, �6tfmbo^ttf iftowfes ;!*Ybrfc, S*uh�er-lapcj, Monmout^ Pej^nce*, Folkftone, ;Suceefs,: Vulcan, Wea?lei and the Swift Sloops; with the,* f)uke.;of Bedford, Carlifle, and Swift Privateers ; and the Outward bound.. Arrived Xieftetday the. Bofpnorusr Richards;. and the Neptune, Ford, from Leghorn. Wind S.W.byW. blows hard. The Charmfag Molly, Campbell; Dettmgen, Blackburn j and Refohrtion, Crawford, from. London, are arrived at Jamaica. And the Generous^ fiakewell, from Falmouth, in the Downs* t L O N B O N. From die London Gazette.   . _ Hague, Jan.29, JV.S. The States-General are fettling a new Promotion of General-Oificers, nominating their Staff for the enfuing Campaign, and preffing the feveral Confederates to furmfh'their refpc&ive Quotas to all the PetitiShs, arthey are called here, or EMmates hecehnry tp defray the prefcht Ekigfcncies ofthe kepublick. The Council of State is Waking new Contracts for the Field ArtrBerV Horfes, Ammamtibn-WaggOnSj &c. &AbArg*� Jafc. to. Vfefterday a Court Martial was or* dered for the Trial of fen'e'Officers and Men who behaved ill in the late AfHon-, of whfch Brigadier-General Mor-danntis Prefutent, and the Proceedings b&ffi thfeMornihg.' the Pretender'sSon inSi-chM back to bUBng^rarday Afternoon. That MorahTg the Rebehfommbh'd the Caftie Acre to furrtrKlef, Aflii;fegainlh the AffcernSdni toutGm. alBhki^iy'sAnfwer-W^.ThathehadalvViys beenlook'd ipon asJlilSnof Hondto, and rJiat tfe Rebels nid;ld find te would $e fo. The Army ii5preparing ts inovfe t#sh hence again, the Cannon and Stores bejpgpnthe Road from Berwick and Newcaftle. As yet We have heard but of 30 of our Men who were mad! Prifoners by the Rebels, aha* carried to Stirling^ one* half of which belong'd to the Glafgow Regiment; and we have alio an Account of three Officers wounded. The others, who are miffing, it is to be feared are killed, particularly Sir Robert Munro, Lieutenant Colonels Whitney, Powell, sxid Biggar, tho? as yet we hive no abfofitte Certainty, and cannot form a Lift. One hundred and fefehtyMen, fupp&ed to have' been loft, got oh board; a Veffel at BarrOuftouhne'fs, ahd came in here this "Day;-and more are continually coming in. The Lofs of the Rebels is, by all Accounts, coniide-rablej but the Number of their killed and'wounded are not known. The Country People about Falkirk report, that fix People of Note of their Army lave been buried. ia that Neighborhood, and that many of their Officers attended at tnoft Funerals, Sullivan is fail to be one of their Main. tfbihhall, Jan. zt. His Majeftyhavirig bfeen pfeafed to direct, his Royal Higlihefs the Duke of Cambeniam} to repair to ScbtTaridj tor take upp& himfelf the Cotomahd of the Army there, fits Royal HighneYs fet.out ujSbn his joamey thither, between Twelve and One this Morning. We ,hearnthai his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cum-bcrkrnd intends tp be at Edinburgh To-hwrro\v. Ycfterday came Adyi&e (hat Admiral Rowley*, in Jus. Majefty's Ship the Marlborough, with two other I^Iea of War, was arrived at.Portfinouth, fromJthe Mediterra-r.ein. * Letters from Jamaica bring the difagrleable News, that five of the Trading Sktops from that Iflahd to the "SpariiQi Wain, with Cargoes-Valued at,$5,0001 Sterling, had wen taken by the Spanifh Privateers. :" By toe Lifboh Mail which arrived Yefterdiy, there are Letters of the 25th of January, N.S. which fay, that his Majefty's Ship tie Lark, Capt. Wickham, with Part of the Trade from Newfoundland, arrived there 25th of Decem-Jjf* N.S. And the next Day his Majefty's Ship the Hector, Capt. ,Cornwall, arrived there with the Remainder. Some Days before the Packet-Boat failed, a Fire broke ut in the King's Palace at Li/bon, which had merely tonfum'd the Queen's Apartment. Jbejdhmting irafiJLxACT Gjgp ofAjutftrJrm a canJiSe-ruble Gentleman near Edinburgh, who it not any Wftys concerned in Military AjfairJ, dut$d>Jan. 18. � Dear Sirt * Tc-giveyou 'the Particulars*f the Battlet>f Falkkkj J ' which was fought Yefternight,.would be needlefs, as/ou � r m^r hate mn^pmtA in (Ht Lo^dbn-Gaiette before I �* this can react yoff^: -the King's Fcrces^ were prevented *. ffom.g^ing theJRebefc a total Overthrow by theBadnefi ' of the Day j it blew a Storm of Rain and Hail in their fc -Faces, and, artaft? their Powder wanM not burn. Hufke 4 beh|Ved .well, )|nd d&ve tne E>emy from the Field be-4 fore he left it ^ but. our �eft Wing who engaged ^rft, * if it^could be faidHiey engaged a^aU, were broke r*Tmd*'f it was owuiig to HaWiltoirs Dragoons, who. fled at the ; ' firft Onfet, running down the Glafgow Battalion, which * gave the Rebels the Advantage oh that Side; we loft the ' Cahnbhahd the* Were're-taken, but the C^ountnLPesttile ? Mhg^dn' W wiih \Mliorfes and Hame�|i^ *' Pieces vvere obUgecl to be left notwithftandin^oof bus ' Circumftance of our retiring to Edinburgh, yet the � Higmandejfs if they Wquld acknowledge it, have their * bellyful ibf thfc$ufh,. they nave loft three for one, they * never got leave to charge Swotd in Hand, and forne of * Ihe FbotlireJIu'rpnwngly well,while theirAnununTtibn ' was dry. Col. Whitney iskilPd> arid Sir Robert Mun-' rdandhis Lieutenant-Colonel Bigger mifhng, jnoftPeo-4 pie think he's kill'd, becaafe they give no Quarter. 4 Squir Thornton of YorklKire, who raifed a fine Com- * pany at his own Charge, is faid to be miffing. We have 5 had a diftnal Time of it |n this Country for many Months 4 paft, but we ought to look forward and as little back as 4j�0fe on thir Occafions. ., . L&te'rijrqfn Brifiof, jfan. 23. j This Day arrived ^ihe Annamaboo, *Townfend, from t jamhkB) who came from th^tice oh tne 28th of No-i:TOWr%^^0y ^ith.-'thJe' HeSthcoate, Wager, threat ^BTi^lii, AU^V Richmohd, and otRers^ for Lor* * ana the Milford, Scipio, and Manchefter, for 4 They left the Ftet fafc thro' the P&flage, except the 4 Heathcoate'^ fe^ati^   taken by a French Privateer Snow of 10 Guns, and carried into Dieppe.-It-is faid Aie had on board 10,0001. in Silver, and Cochineal to the Value of 5000I. and in the whole was worth 20,0061. ~ A Letter from Lifbon, dated the 2 2d Iriftant, N.S. brings Advice, that the Fleet from Rio de Janeiro were all fafe arrived there. They had been in a violent Storm, but met with very little Damage. - On Saturday laft was married at St. Miargaret's Church We^minfter, Mr. Lee t)f Pye-^reer, Drfliilef, to Mils Baftiah of Tuttle-ftreet, a young Lady with a confiderable Fortune. Yefterday in the Aftsriiboh; hip^flat Brbnilexjiri Kenti a violent Stbrhrof Thuna^ranUXightjUhg attended with a. great Showet of W ^m;mWn�wt been known in the Me^ty f't^&^'Min. The LordArcbiUhfcpof mterbUry'h^l^enpleafed to collate theReV. Mr; anne^^s^ra^sSbh^n-i^Wi to a Prebend in Jhe Cathjio^ ifiBurch of^Cahtetbiy, void by the Deathvf Or; Donne:   ~ x u- LaftpThuifday:w^:ht*riedsat-St.^Sfe^rS'^UiW^c; Mr. Taddy, an eminent Apotliecatjr' in1 the Borough; to Mifs Smitbi JDaaghtefr *f the^rafe Mff Srhilfeir eminent Hop Merchant at the fa^e Places and $3brjto theHev. Mr. Sinirhi Chaplain of"that Tafifh; an agree-.aMe, yAuiig L�ady ^^J^m - The Right Rev. the Lord B^opof Wbrcefter, whq hra� been for a leng Time grtajtly indifpbfed -at his Houfe in Spring-Garden^ ii ngw fo^eiigaco^er to^talcethe Air.'  ' . . Lalt Week die,d\ at Jhis Seat in Hampfhire,- Richard Shaw, Efq; Aged 56 Years, a Gentfeman pofTefs'd of a large Eftate in that County); it his Deceafe he bequeathed 1000 1. to Charitable Ufes. The following it from our Correfpbndekt at Dublin, ivhi favoured us ivith the Bricklayers Poem, &c. R  E  B  E  L  L  I  O  N, ' A     POEM. IufcriVd to the Earl (/CHESTERFIELDJ" HILE Vild AmbiddS alQates Hwlefs Claim, ' And mocks the fleeping Tyrant with a Dream i While Crowns and Sceptres io Idea throng, Delude the Old, and animate the Young; ' While fond ExpecTance pf Preferment blooms, And the i?c^ Prince the tided Wre^'affumes j My Lord,' permit theMufe* by Dirih-right free, To fmg of Freeiioinii, and to.fing to Thee,  . Entitled'beft t^patibniiKa.Theme>;: Which oft has warmsd thiee witlTa        Flame. When Fac^on! ^ore the ffl&m ox" BuhlicjGQpd,   .   . St a b hope arofje, and (ismm. dth' encroaching FlqgaV The firft ih envi^ �aa& Warll^ And, from the Vizor, ffrip the Artifice, Expofe, at once, her Meafures apd Pretence', Andhobty filehce by his Eloquence^ That ConquVing Eloquence* whofepow'tful Sway Irrefblute, defponding States obey;  -AVhofe-Cha'Tmy won o!ef:the ffjinSb^'J^w Lords For this thy Country and thy King rewards, His chiefeft HonoursHe retieas on thee, And delegates to^Thrones and Majefty. So, when the Sun, in his Meridian Height, Upon the MarbleDeep te&edbs his L^ht, Behold, upon the liquid Hemisphere-, Another Sun, as large, as bright appear, The lucid Realm, Mighteh'dby hli Ray, Smiles, and enjoys the propagated Day. In Time, my Lord, oh f lave this finking Ifle,    , ^ Place her within the Sunfhihe of thy Smile; The Dr api? r's deader-i.her ifuture Guaralan be, And let her nnd a Nobler Swift inrJKee. For now^ eflitvi bli rudely ftalks abrbad,-And idly menaces hisfeeble Rod; His drflant Threats Hibenria cannot fear, While Georpe ruj^^�>�m,apd while Stanhope's Like Gojhens Land\ve flill'ehjoy theT/iy, And view, unh'araird, the Danger Of thfe Fray. When Tinfewas young, the Jirjl frmhier fell, Then rofe Reb,ell�4S*teeIdefli bom bf Hell, Againlt Heav'h's'Tlirone Be meditates tte War, And threats wide Ruin lik&alila^ing StaV: Th' All-potent faW, and triock'd'his  , recenf front th8 Wob� Where long his Title^^rfputed flood, Quits theiafe Defart, arklpaiernal Den, And rafhly ventures 'mid the Haunts of Men; The Toil fuxrounds Kim e'er the Toil ifelpiesi Caught in the Mefhetof thesNtthe^lfes^ New to the Cham, impatient of theL^ He foams indignant, and his Grinders Rnaih; His Eyes relifierce with Impotence ahd'Ra^ f And his weak Teeth the rattUng Chain's engage. AD V ERTISE MEN TS are taken in for this taper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-Street.   

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