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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 11, 1845, London, Middlesex                                T  U E S D A ; Y,    Fz BROAR V   II,   * Dialy Februaryg, iRRlVED the Duke cf B-dford Pri-�vateep fromra Cruize-, and remain >wkh his M^effyVShips thePrincefs Loteifar Adiniral Mayne j and tile Men  French Privateers, bat fav'd hisVef-' fel, by runmn^intQthe.Helford; that by them,any Six o'Qock Yefterday Mt>rning, w|tli Timber (nwftry provided 4>y the Rebdr for the fame Purpofe) 'arid? that DajMhe Army paffcdover^ the* Bridge ; The adT:., vanced Guard, tonfifti*^ of the Arg^^h^;Hjghland^rs and Dragcions went4onto Creif, and Ihe'^Ftot w^^-toa-4 at and about Domblahv whej* his .Royal Htgfcnefs the Dake^fCBmfeeriand lay, lafr'SJtgfjty atd rJiis Night -his RoyalHighaejs mtendedtolic'atCrief,aTid'tootdet his advanced QjUMrd| r^^akf.Pci^^ncpf^erth, where he intends to be'To-morrow. v The,Rebeisi in theiriRetreat, or rather Flight, divided, Part of them^fapxofeAmkeah^^ and it is faid, are jag-. Lord C%ihrn& Men. their. Low? Courtly f>obt. witlfhdl, their Piorfjj, d they earned:" Cjpt. Hill/the Gornmande^ of the faid SjOog,, and'fjie/ o^rpr^aersjof^^ftiori they had,^t Stirling, ^fong*;' wkhihem>-, '       '         ..... '''."'"''' The Hazard Sloop failed from Montrbjfeidnjhe i7tH of laft Monthy land'^iuppbfed^ te^ Be gone1 Northwards', to take-up the-Pft�ader-� -Sbba�^ and^oa*-Troops of amf fSe "Alertnofs of the Army, equalfy furffrizcvl j teroy�d.ihe3R�liefe^-"an�lWMf^naVffi^ bfown Sfc^FwW Pr.ecjpnaHpn,without thu le^ft ^fitt^^y*^^ wa�e -foci iHafte^hatstiiey'-'got^ l^jrtfc.Sidc of the Forth by th�iroIrU.dfrTJlePrew:ih^t^ Night,........ -�    :\ v "'vj^, The Argylelhire Highlanders, and thVDragoons'j under , Brrgndfer Mo"rda1S6rpwIue3i'^ndrtooTTPo^effion of Stir ^ ling, where they fpunid 6he*ebels Catthon^c On Sunday, trij4eriDiftJ}rgfe effion, S&vc ryj Rapinef an^Stoodi in this fhbH^ace^f dirde Dayi, :Will be ever gratefully acknowledgeii fijrall the Friends of Liberty.* . Yefterday the rrioft devout Thanfgivings were put up :to . Almighty ^O&'for tha Vegdn .Deliverance from this wicked and unnatural Rebellion ; and after. Sermons the Streets wrecrowded; and a Gayety appear'^ ja �very Body^t Gountenanee. Several Gentlemen Volunteers, made Prifoners at the Action near $aikufcpan4 confMed in the puHe of Down by the Rebels, have made their �fcape> and are come to this City: As bis Hkewife Major Lockhart, and Mr. Gordon of Aidocb, who having happily convinced the Officer on Guard, of his Folly, engaged.'him to come alone with tnetnj who is admHted.tosaiL The gaDant Defence which General Blakeney had made of Stirling Outlcr, refiefts the higl^. .Honour os ^hs| Gentleman, - as it was fo important a Service to this Country, and tended to weaken and difcourage the Rebels! it is ptetty certain, that during theSiege.he killed upwards of 4�oK�f them*--v -  �~�*>��** . The Rebels teublifced a Proclamation it Stirling, of. fering a Reward to any wha would-difcover the AuAor of that Damnable Lir, that the Perfon commonly called the Duke of Cumberland, was arrived in ScOdahd 2 So Apprehenfive they were that their Army would fly, on the Approach of riatilluftrious young Hero. �I IRELAND. Dublin, Jan. 18. Laft Wedneffay died at hirLffd, in St. Warburgli^ Street, Capt. Freeraait, Commanil-,^,. the^Montagae Ihdiimao, one of fJieSlups.lately put into Galway from the Eaft-Indies, The fame Diy Mt& Cox, Lady of the Right Rev. Dr. Cox, Bifhop of Offory, was brought to bed of a Son. Ghs Wediiefday laft> died at kb Houfe in Pranas-ftreet, Daniel Waikeiv E% an eminent Mercer, and one of ^ the late Shcrifft of this City, : This Week died Mr. Ayres, at his Houfe at Newcaftle is the Ccumyof WIcMow, who was remarkable fpr beihg s) gocndFarmerandMalfter, 1 ' This Day there is a Call of the Houfe ftf Lords, when, as we hearoV thekiLottlfliipfl wittt^ unier their Confi-deration, th^ Per^Dtt^ Ctiafbniine P^ips, Efq; againft . theBigJit Hon^RkhardEarlof Arrghfty. Dublin, Jan* xi. TheCheftei^ewand Boyne Privateers have taken a Ship called L'Efferance, MvArmandeThuel-lier, Comaiarider,'Burthen 1 so Tons, and lent herfato. Bantry Bay. tfer Cairgo confifts 0/ 19a Cafks of Sugar, 108 Barrels.of Cdffee. .zjCafksof ,Cocoa, and 3- Bale��f "CotHm^'' 'tl^'w^o^~^anyi at Abo^e 5090)^-. Laft Sunday died Lady Oiborne, Relift of the latt Sit John Oiborne, Bart, a Lady of exceeding good: Charap^ ter. .. Sixteen hundred Recruits have been already inlifted for biiMaje^.'* Sewic* iiHhrNoTtrref't^ teeniumdredof. which-are Linnen" Weavers; Laft Thurfday died Mr. John Craig of Rabaan; inthe CQun^of^Aleath,-Paraaer,-aged -E^hty-fbur Years^* the. laft Fifty whereof &e fpent in one- Neighbourhood, where he profperejjby hi�; Jridofiry, andforlfisrjlntegmyi was refpefited i>y fiis, Sjiperjpn. f He was a Man- of. ttriQ? Honeft^and *$opd U&det2andfn|py fimpleiu his Manners^ m his Temper, and holpitable in his Houfe. Counq| ofjrelaijdj^geoeral Embargo was laid on all j O^twaol-h^.j^niwMiVe^laden wrth Provifkms, j excepr^ig: for tt^,4Jfe3 of his. Majfefty^ cShipa of W*fy j |pf^.or.fW||e�t]is f>omtheii:  a few^ayi^agOiinaTriedite T ADVERTISEMENTS ate taken in tor this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-Street   

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