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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 12, 1845, London, Middlesex                                a go W E D N E S D A Yf  February 12,   1745-6. 11' i�i dowtrtJfe Pk!n Dtelferj Dob-'Bifag, for M^larid'j M^, An-dfeffph, for Barbadocs; ff&Farnly, Gibbers, fcrtaibon; Providence, Mitchell, for, Qpotto ; arid regain [with -his Majeft^'s Ships Princefs Louffa, Admiral May ne; Defiance,-Rtfby,' aa^Ntimich. with a Dutch � ManofWarv saiftl on a Cruize - r____Be&orci, ah3 the D*over Privateers! Wind4 tf.byE. t   ,   . V - � GravtfentyFiV. fov Pafc'd bf JfertarStis, Johnfon, fr'drri Amfterdata ; and thS Lady Glared Greit, fromHam-bargh. v    . . .... The Maty Anne, Balding, from Newry, if arrived at New-Ydrkv. The Clinton* BoWnef, from Philadelphia, at Belfail. TheSallyi Jones* from New-Vdrki at Cofcrain. The Di$atch, Macarty, from Anti^aa, at Dublin. ' The Chefter* Cookfen j and Elisabeth, Howard, from Liverpool, in the Downs, Yetterday aflfived thetfall ftom HoffiBad. N&te*, fatT. �c\ The Daf before Yefterday an OficeT' amved iM^nipon PMlip a! Mfl&n, and Yesterday waif held * C&tmcH of War,- in whtehit-Wa rtSbived to fend-frefhTroops^itQ Iibrhbardy, With Provlfibrrf of War, fife and the Orders have been difpaMfed Fori&iat Purpofe. Mbib&g Jan. �9* Several Detachments of French Iroops having fhewn riemfelyesin. theJ^eighbou^ o� this City for lome Days part, and there being a Report that they wil\ be immediately reinforced, the Garrifon has might proper t6 retire irfib rife Citadel, where tBe Troops prepare for a vigorous Deftnce. > 1 he new Work* there arefmBhedV and the Ga^on abounds With aft Mz-cfiaries. ; Getotfr&b: j. The Tropps arrived lately front the Cotdfe c$ fra^and^ainie^t&ni^Days agWfrWrf Sa-vona and St. Pietro d1 Arena in order to* match ixah-. bardy; T^iey amount to above 2000 Men, befides Re-OMits. The, Ai^^^^Afbvtfi^'^Wkik'Mvttie by the fame Boats, are alfo feat away. ' They wi&g  f 75 Batteriilg-Cannon, and -ry Mortars, wfofe a1 great Qilanthy x>f Balls, Bombsr-&c. Thesis � Kepdrt, tfcat stfter taking the Citadel-of Milin, tlfc ^Spaniafrds will fee-flege Pizzighitone. Oh Sunday laft arrived-a Felucca from Gsfrvi, havrng on board M. Mariottf, -Btfhop of-Sagona. This Prelate Kasbeenipti? intwan Apartm'aftof the-Palace Royal;>wlftre he is fltdn^ly guarded. M. Mari, Qonfttuffifry-CSeh^iral of the Repubjc, whofeht Wift, fiaddifcOverSdrhlS'ldep. ing an unlawful Correfporkknce with the Rebt^fe. Tfie B^feeVof d^'-felttcca<,i^ories,- i&aVfctee: Dfijfe before his Departure, 14 SaH of Englhli -pal^d-before" that Praccj-malangto the Weftward, nothing farther being Beard of 0iew. He1 aflds, th-Sltiteeity' fe iin a g^iod ^ate �f Eteferfcei 'and there i great Bifomion among the Rebels of Haitian who-want Money and other Neceffaries. 4 JhPv&rf,Acc^�%^ b Pieces of Canttob, w*th MttftaS*> and 400 Cafrfag^ fedpn Witk Bombs, Batli - are arrived . from $bfenVand lAeth ih'fte French" Afmy before" BruT-fcis. TwtfDkys agoftePrtheh begin tt? fire froThdhe of their ^Batteries apbh die) ?Snr; -Their pnncipal Attack is* tin* -^Side �f the gaveChaGetola Shipilanding to the -Eaftward, which he came up with in eight Hours Chlfc^ at which Time the Start bore/North feven Leagues Dillance. "She Jprove'd to'be a French^Privateer called the 'EoHtfne^ 'betengirig 'to St. Mato, tjf ^2 Guns, and i 80 Mm: She had'been 22 Days out, and'had taken two finall -CbStirs. They wtite from Paris,, that the Couxit de'Waffenaer is charged, among ^ther Things, tofeund^the Minifters, with feipedt to the French King^s Sentimenti :ud<5h 'the - Homing ^df n Congtefe, accftrdingto what "his faajefjy ^adfcd tbUe pftfpoledfdme Time ago at the'Hague. They add,' that theCourf of Madrid has-caufed ftefh Pwpofiti-ons to be made at Turin ;. and that M. Champeau, .the king's Refident at Geneva, is employ'd in that Negotiation. . . The Wcodftock- Gaily, Exeter, OPLon'don, fromJPhi-ladelphia, onthe 29th ult. was drove afhortfnearJColejain, whe�eAeb�at-to Pieces, �nd all the CrtW^pertQr'd.- 7 he Antigua Packet, Englilh. ^hoarid *ffotn "Dublin to Antigua, is'retaken by the New Ranger-ofj^o^n^boond toSt.Kitts. t..... .  .. Yefterday's Letters from Portfmouth mention, that the Hampto^-Col^^apT"MbyftoV^as arrived there Trom a Cruize, on Monday laft. That the fame Morning arrived there the Charming Molly, Powell, from St. Ma-loes, with 117 Prifoners; which Place fhe left on the 8th Inftant. She confirms the Account, we mention'd lately, of Ten ftout Privateer* being faird/from thence, intended, as is faid, to intercept our Ponugal Fleet. On Monday the Lords of the Admiralty appointed Capt. Fortefcue, Nephew to the Lord Clinton, to be Commander of the JEtaa. Firefhip. Laft Saturday the Lord Bifhop of Wmchefter, prefented the Rev. Mr. Comber, B.D. to the Rectory of Sadley cum Bafiet, in the County of Safiex, and the Diocefe aforefaid, void by the Deceafe of the Rev. Mr. Archer. NEWCASTLE, February g. Extraff of a Letter from Edinburgh, Feb. i." " On Thurfday, at Three in'the Morning, the Duke of Cumberland arrived at the Abbey, not in the leaft fatigued.. He,went to Bed two Hours after, and fleptnear three Honrs; fo that by Eight he was bufy with Gen. Hawley� and General. Hufke, and the reft of the principal Officers, who all appeared in Boots. His Highnefs had not Time to go into Edinburgh all that Day. '1 he Ladies paid their Compliments at the Time appointed, very richly drefs'd; his Royal Highnefs received them with great Familiarity, faluted each of them, and rnade a fhort Speech to them. One Mifs Car, or Keir, made a very fine Appearance ; at the Top of her Stays, on her Breaft, was a Crown welt done in Beagles, and underneath, in Letters extremely plain tobefeen, was William Duke of Cumberland ; on the Right Side of the Crown was the Word Broth's, and on the Left Hen. His Royal Highnefs received die Clergy for a Quarter of an Hour, and'rnade a long Speech to them, in which he thank'd (hem for their Zeal and Loyalty; and as foon as they" were gone, he held a Council of War, in which it was determin'd to march the Army agarnft the Rebels next Morning. His Royal Highnefs does not chafe to have Refpeftpaid him as a Prince.'but contents himfelf to appearas a General, and admits no ktgerGimd to ^ttnd than Gen Jfavvley had. He would not Set AdnuBing,J northie Caftle,�reonhis Arrival ;"but the City was finely illuntjnated, both by Whig* and Jacobites, the laft to fave their Windows; notwith-ftanding which the Mob hroke thofe of the laft, and there is not a Foot of Glafs here to Jbe had at any Price j fo that many Families are ftarving of Cold. The Duke thought to have got up to the Rebels Time entugh to force them to a 'Battle, by the following Stratagem, viz. he gave Orders that the-Army fhould be reviewed on Friday Morning early, and that they mould march on Saturday Morning againft the Rebels; and no doubXIntelligence of -this was-carried to rhe Prettoder.by fome of his Edinburgh Friends: But on Friday Morning, as foon as the Duke got the Troqps under Arms, heanarched with themdire&ly Weftward, and reached JJnlithgowiby Thjee in the Afternoon. The common Men among theRehcls, who, tis {aid, had been made to believe ithe Dukejof Cumberland was not with the Army, but -fome other Perfon in his Nanje, werefo intimidatedhy this JnHancCof his Courage and Diligence, that they could no longer be impofedon by their Chiefs; but fled with theJittnoitiPie-cipitatbn. Our Army rafted atLihlithgow, and the.Duke was on Horfeback next Morning by Four. Four hundred more Argyllfhire Men have join'd our Army at Falkirk, The'Earl of Hopeton has prefented the Dukewithsa Coach, and twelve vejy fine Horfes. 1 Five Companies from Berwick have jbinM our Army. 'Tis! faid "a/French Ship is arrived at Peterhead from France, with Ammunition for the Rebels, who had (eat 40^f-their.Njmh^t0rguanl-iti but'itis^thought.ihe-haf fallen into; the Hands of .Lord JLoud^n^.Men, who  were much nearer thatfTowmat the Time of her Arrival, than the Rebels were........# '^is'hop&TJameron oTXochyel will 'be taken, as he was.ohUgea'ttfbcxarrtedTdff in aLutter j and'tis bdieved that Lord J^n'Drummond-isafcad oT.his Wounds. We1 hear hya?Peffen'who reft'SHHrngporiMonday' laft. that the Rebels,^s.'faon a�ifay^h�d'determmetrto retreat from Stirling, contrived a viUainons Plot to deftroy rhe ; Country Peo4fej in --and -about St.'Nihiah*,e thus: They madea Iongnr^ail^in'thd Church, 4eadinjgdire7fUy to their TowderfMi^EaBe;',and, mfbnarrrg.VJie.innocent Country "Men 6( Was Bfifign df goings off, nwitedthemjrra friendly Marker tdfharetheBaggage thcy^cqofd not carry away: *Ba.t as foon a* they had ^ot a great Number ofthem together, they ferfee wtfaor'Trim, which bappdy.failh?g;to ADYERTi5-EI^I�N TS are�kco ia for this Paper, at Lloyi's Coffjee-Hovs^,    Lprnbard-S^ct.   

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