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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 28, 1845, London, Middlesex 'v v' -A- !?!,!� ,'.'!! '.! m.v."_ Jf. '|�'.! If^^hpjig;;!^i^t *%h dhcofilAfcrfiEte -.-.ATft, at i^'^^^f^K �h%$M!#8g to the Pifeliiher' :am
ia jarrfced Tive Bmkhoft, Vaiiterhaven^ iron! "Pari,; ?eb.*$rmlearn by ! M:^t% lumns, towards Antwerp j wM$4M��h. T^ifiean Tim*? Count,, Lo^atyfrg^l^^^^^ 3o Squadrons, and the Regiment of Graffins from Louvain. *n* itew*^ away infenfibly^d.rflcft^i^I^i^l^* r^V'-as a mere table/1 l#rd[ Tic^r&Mm&^^ ley naveDeeajroiiowqa pyfopon^arej... u W. V?: W the "zTd 'in&itf, the Troopi conf" orl^^'Db^Kl^'^iii^'oB- thVV^Cj thetbir' of fee ^�KflW, ?lefe.tte *^fh. -:^��w�feBr*fe^ iH IFw *�Bod -GaUie* 2&*ftsbeeK Tent oat for the AtorcSaa,,:\*hifc}Hufe fo irfiz($ aJbo*-tfe Mouth fept Order* YoVftc^fe^o^eri4^^ mUnrftf. & ^e^w3tfeV^jrfd^i>tUt^eiy they do not fittre.jgifeR&B Chtiftdbttfi^ti^t thofe whtdi Church of St. Gudula. wh^Wy&Mv^a* ftingfor the Stnj^^^^^A^ii^^^t .thC.S0W!. rej^C6^oJofv5�ifc^ Attej Uiviae iServioei -the =Maslli^f ^veaoto the Palace' cf Xq>Bva?tois; whett'.an^pa��ment wi6rj>repared for him.-The Grenadiers of th? Regiment ^^ifi6iwnt went that-Day to Lteii|ai^p^^:1^^|^4i^t9t�ke Poflef-fion of the |)^^i^iou^s^d^Slari3^s,' wfcuih were fent to.fihentsX3ooat?LDwe*Khml an-iv^ hete tliefanifeaDiy; to talcc Jto&ffien-of *h�-G�vwnm6flt-of -the- City,--which-the K.ii|g ha c^ferj|d $t Hijtn. i'Hi^fuc�aeed^ in)that of ^oa*a�i% t$e, Mawiisxie Chaylox, , r\ # <2fe�^"^'i^j^nnf ae-Cai^ita irri"vedhew ftm charg|\�f iSteMilfcry orrthe^am^rts: -"He WaS |nron that-*Cd^|rt: ijTiaB^wpfe-^it Land, in drd^r to deleft weft bf rJie Rebek as ma,y maj^e theirEfcapefrom Scotland^ '[-: , > ^' *We heapfhat^^Sh^t^WaraVe^ered on aCcoljte to in$reepjt j^ti^j^witte'-^B" Swi^Ht0ffi�en btt boaroV The Lards'^of-the ASm^Stf hire appointed Capta^i Charles.Watf9n, GbmmandM ofm's Mamfry*s Ship.itto Adwce, a!*Vv r; The Latt-Waters'haiwp%iovferflow^dtiieRiverkb^e ISngftor^Bi'i^gp, that the Ba^Hfirwthij-Weft Countiifs ^ave T^'dea^ ;frbm eomingto Tbwh^ for foai^^s , Wednefday laft ^mamed, at ,the Puke of C&ai^ols CBappferjff Bagwifei, =Mt. <&ajmiH"C}ferk of thtf: Peace 3^)rA�mptoh."toMife,Chambers 6f B�opTgateiftre�t^baoffi$'jpup& Lady^hh a,Forttmo Tadaayfaft theCfcrntsetlta* 6^^;!)i�cby of liiiea-ftor, prdferted th� Her. Mr: JuftrrrWfcbam, B;B. HoH� BeGbtpvf-Okoit 5t. jorrn- in fte^Oontity of Lafl-^ cafba-, aUviiigworthioal. a Year, yoidby the3>e u� �BS<<*^�BW*Wls.^�J v.iV eri .V:1'. 1.. x..i / \ I ,^u._=i�B.i-* tai^L*.'.J**-J2\* ^<&2_iu- n.k�C57rrr _ IS^&^a^^Ge^lGmeiVCor^s^t^.w laid togqraH,if 2^0^ Meji| e^lnJuVc bf tWPaadours, is advanc'i^�p^,^o^4| the-L^Cotrtlr^J, .'tia firft Column'fjeuj'gajite^;�r��*d;tt^f�i^^ Another Malerontents. # We hea^'rm^^lis^ W^^li^^quadmn hasVeKobliptaetti^iitfe, e^JSi^nW trary and ft^yj'Wi^fr.brt^^VicCrtiirmiT^e^C^ MeiKof ^ar and Bo|ab-V^$!ls, ^ wit^J^^^^^^^^^a^d^^^^ntmS in fiR taken ibr ^fetyl^^^^^ fof di8lfle>of ^Vight; X Place of cbiiliderable Profit' J - - Yeltfrnliy-was^idd' a -Cbtjrt'of Admirahy, whea-tlip La Virtace. a Frenth Shipfadira with. Bah: Goods; Nants to' Dmtkirk, taken by the Auguita' Man of war, Wascondem^*d^ikIefi^Cat�i�e;;i 4. ' 4 /' " * : On W^ffl^. Nmfit at Six tf Clock, -ilied at Rotkipa. lam Ca^fe'Ndr^ptorrfhiW, the RMt Hor^urable Thomas-W*fonf ^Earr Uf ^k%ham, Lord L�u% tenant for the County of Kent, ' a' Wi'ftietid WWs CmHitin iudy uuaU OLC^fiuniJ toteleive the-mnt3 mlriaf^^e^^^^^df^^'" She Kkh^feS^rl ^M^lff'!^! J ^dSMww^^ |r�_______ in Sorry, Mr. Pomfret, a wealthy Ship Builder reckon'd beenlately wn-ied Into Breft.. They a� fuppps'd.t^.be laden witfi &mii^^M^^Wm0mf< is ,uili( whichid?;io^O----,rr_ lome Acooia^w* 9�fis^ay/^eK,---- thfclallofwAis" FivfewerS-caft-ror .Y^daytlfc'^: leirtlfii&wotfld ai tbait Bkciiii when tphn^eterWaifree1; 1 * of a Lnftfffy W vAtfv E.^fS^gf^^ flf taj^^riSF4^ssfepcr;ZiXwrtm " Pou^, in Lombard-Street. A:
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