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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 17, 1845, London, Middlesex TheGS N vu n? J582. Dw/, September 15. EMAIN in th� Downs his Ma- j jefty's Ship Royal George, Ad- | miral Vernon ; Duke, Sandwich, ' iEtna and Scipio Fireihips, with the Dutch Admiral. Came down and fail'd Mary and Sofannah, Purfcs, for Falmouth. Wind Eaft. Grave/end,' Sept. 15. Pafs'd by St; Peter, Plumb j and Provi-dentia, Dauhl, from Norway ; and Running Fox, Boyce, from Ziirickzee. The Wellington, Darlington ; America, Noble ; Three f rends, El well ; and Yucatan, Hunter, from New-England, are arrived at Portsmouth. The Sc. Andrew,- Brown, from South Carolina, at Cowes. . The Defiance, Tehee, from ditto, at Dartmouth. The Anne, Hariey ; Conqueror, Lemort ; Prince of 0 ange, Connel; Fanny, M'Feron; Magelan, Macken-zje; and Middlefex,. Hoar, from St. Kites, at Cork. The Swallow, ~-, from Antigua ; Port Bean, --, from Barbadoei, at Cork. LONDON. ExfraTf'of a "Letter from Am/lerdajn. The Memorial which the Abbe de laVille has prefented < to ;he States, in Opposition to the fending over to Great- < B'itain the Troops which lately form'd the Sieges of < Tournay and L^endermonde, is but a very indifferent f of the Sincerity of France; fince it is was but a > lew Days before that the feme Miniiler propos'd the that their High Ndightineffes had delttn'd thefaidTroops, < which were incapacitated from ferving againft France, < to oppofe the Expedition of the young Pretender in Scot- < land, an Fxpedition in which his Majefty difown'd the � having any Share : But jolt as Part of thofe Troops were 1 emba.k'd, and the Reft ready for that Purpofe, the < French Mjnifter remonUrates againu this .Meafure, and infinu'ates that hi* Mafler has full Liberty to attack the 'King of Great-Britain in his own Dominions.-Does not � this prove that theDcfign of France^ is only to amufe, � and that fee was equally fincere whence'_p'ropa&*d a Con-1 grei's, ar,d when Are declar'd ihe was entirely unconcem'd < in the Scotch Expedition ? ' letter fnm Mr. Collier, Third Lieutenant of thji St. f^esrge Privateer, Capt. Mederoft, dated FaMou$+jSepj.f$. ' On Saturday laft. about 11 o'clock we Taw a Sair to when we were quite ready, we tackt; but asfoon as ever. ' our Ship was about, he was the fame, and bore down up-1 on uj, with a French Enfign Flying. Capt. Mederoft 1 afk'il the Officers and People, if they were willing to 'light? they anfwer'd, They were; and about two in 1 tie Afternoon we began. They poured theUXjreat and ' Small Shot like Rain into u�, and as far as was poffible 1 for Men to do, ours return'd the fame to them. Our 1 Captain and two Lieutenants behav'd in the mod cou-' -ragious Manner poffible, encouraging our People to the 1 lilt Moment not to quit their Guns. Bat as we had fe-1 vtral of our Men wounded, one kiL'd, our Main-yard, ' Sheets Brace?, Sec. (hot away, there was no Poffibility 1 of working the Veffel any longer, and, I am forry to ' fay it, we were obliged to ftrike to tbem. Our Captain 'direftly went on board, with our two Lieutenants and ' Gunner, Lieutenant of Marines, Steward, Doftor and his ' two Matej, and every able Hand we. had, except the ' Boatfwain. The French Lieutenant and Peop'ecame on ' board us, but plunder'd very little, except a few Cloaths.; ' but not iatisfied with the poor Condition they reduced us ' to, they cut away what Rigging we had left, and direft-' ly made all the Sail they could from us. In the Engage-' ment 1 had the Misfortune to have a Ball enter at the ' Top of my Right Shoulder and out again, about feveri* ' Inches down my Arm, which render'd me quite incapa-' b!e of farther Duty. Mr. Chriitian, the Lieutenant, had ' a Ball thro* his Thigh, but notwithftanding he went on ' board the Frenchman, for 1 believe every one thought ' we could not fwim long. We had one .Man kilPd, and ' another died next Day, and 12 more wounded ; fome, I ' fear, dangeroufly. I was determined not to quit the Ship ' till I was forced, fo kept very quiet in my Cabbin, and ' the Moment I had" an Opportunity, I fent to fearch ' what Water we had, and, to my very great Joy, found ' very little, confidering we had one Shot betwixt Wind and Water. I then began to.have fome Mope of feeing 1 England again, but our People had made themfelves fo very drunk that I had hot above two or three, which I could depend upon. I judge we were about 20 Leagues to the South-Weft of Scilly. I could get nothing done that Night, but next Morning the Boatfwain, who Capt. Sutherland had fpared us fome Time ago, got fome of them to repair the Rigging a'little, and we juft made a Shift to hoiftour Fore-yard, get our Fore-fail fet, and Topfail upon the Cap, for the Vard was almoft fhot thro' on the Starboard Side. When we had got the Length of Scilly I made proper Signals for a Pilot, and got one who. brought us fafe into this Harbour 3 Yefterday. Morning. Oar People have all got a Notion that the St. George and Sto�s belong to them, but! immediately got one Mrv4anKs,.a Merchant of this Place, to be Agent for us, as there was no one here of yoor appointing, and I expecting every Moment our People to carry off "her Stores. �. � I have done to the utmoft of my Power; a^cl jhall con- * tinue as,long as I am able to aft in every T^|�Jbr"the * Intereft of the Gentlemen cohcera'df an^^^e^ St. ' Georgetis not likely $0 .be in a( Conditw^fqtthe Sea ' again fbon, I have ordered out all her Guris%i(d Pro- * vifions, except as much as* I think will fervevthe few '. Hands that may continue on board, and To-morrow I * propofe to get out her Powder. lam, tiff. Falmouth, Stpt. 12. Yefterday we heard a great Noife of Guns off the Lizard, and in the Evening arrived the King William's Prize, Capt. Burn, from Antigua, who fays he heard above 100 Guns hYd, but faw no Ships. We fancy it is Admiral Martin's Squadron, with the Enemy. Pott/mouth, Sept. 14. Yefterday arrived his Majefty's Ship the Eltham, Capt. Tiddeman, from Cape Breton^ bjjt >fl> laft from New-England, with four large Maft Ships from Pifcataqua, and feveral other Merchant Ships under her Convoy j and this Day arrived his Majefty's Sloop the Lizard from the Downs, and has brought in a fmall French Privateer, about 24 T*ons, with 33 French on board.--� The Marquis de Maifon Fort, late Commander of the Vigilante Man of War, taken and carried into Cape Breton, is come Prifoner in tbe Eltham. Yefterday came Advice, that the Lynn Man of War which was fepara*ed from the Leeward Ifldnd Fleet, is fafe-ly arrived at Cork. On the 1 zth Inftant the Fowey, Capt. Bray, arrived at Dartmouth, from St. Maloes, with a Number of Engtifh Prifoners exchang'd for French, On the 12th Inftant the Expedition Packet, Clies, failed from Falmouth, with the Mail for Lsfbon,. Laft Thurfday was held a Court Martial on bo ard the Duke Man of War, Capt. Wyndham, in the Downs, to enquire into the Caufe of the Lofs of his Majefty's Sloop the Mediator, who was bound for Cape Breton, with Jnftruc-tions from trie Admiralty ; but in her Paflage thro' the Needles, wa. taken by a French Privateer # when after a fair Trial the Captain was acquitted. They write from Briftol, that the Money brought there from Kinfate i* in 1263 Chefts, fome of which are of Gold. There are'491 Chefts, weighing One Hundred two Quarters each, brought from Kicgroad in the Vulture Privateer, under aftrong Guard of Sailors-and Marines, and lodg'd in the Cuftom houfe j and the reft b to be brought upas fcft as poffible, and lodged there, till Waggons can be procured to bring it to Town; for 't}s, computed, that this i&mtnje... Treafureis notlefs tba,n 60.qrj&o Waggon-Loads. , - Go Saturday Night ended the Poll for, .Mayor of tbe Cityo,f C^njterbojry, Ijetweejn Ar^lprroaft Caftle and Alderman'Talbot, when the former Was declared duly elected, by a Majority of 157 Votes.' On Friday laft was married at Crew-Hall in Che&ire, Robert Law ton, of Lawton in Stafford (hi re, Efq; to Mils Sarah Crew, Daughter of John Crew, Efq; and Sifter to John Crew, jun. Efq; one of the Knights of the Shire for Chefhire, an agreeable Lady with a Fortune of 10,0001. On Friday laft died at Pool, Mr. William Sherring, a Merchant, one of the BurgefTes of that Corporation. He was formerly concern'd in the Newfoundland Trade, in which he acquir'd a plentiful Fortune, with a fair Character, which he has left amongfthis Relations. A few Days fince died, Aged 62, at his Parfonage Houfe in Hadleigh, Suffolk, the Rev.David Wilkins, D.D. Reftor of that Parifh and of Monks-llleigh, and Archdeacon of t ,,. , ~ Suffolk. He was a Prebendary of Canterbury Cathedral L! **Jti�^^J?Tv Wh^^^h^A^ near2? Years; in which he will beifocceeded by the Rev:^^^TfT.45'^7^l�T^ 3 4�VT�lU�� T L A N D. The Hon. Magiftrates having fe- Mr. Sleech, who attended his Majefty to Hanover Yefterday Morning, about 2 o'Clock, Mr. Welch a Pa-viour in Shad Thames, on his return home, from vifiting a Friend at Deptford, found his Wife dead in her Bed, whom he left a few Hours before in perfect Health. Yefterday Morning about 4 o'clock, the Canterbury Stage Coach was attack'd by a little Man in light Colour'd Cloaths, mounted on a Grey Horfe ; the Coachman not floppingdireclly, he fir'd a Fidel at him, which frighted the Horfes fo much that they ran away with the Coach ; and the Highwayman rode off towards Canterbury, without any Booty. Laft Night about 9 o'Clock a Fire broke out at a Sugar-Baker's in Brewhoufe-yard in Old Gravel-Lane, Wap-ping, which rag'd with fuch Violence, that in two Hours Time it confum'd that and two other Houfes. Yefterday Thomas Bofton was committed to Newga'e by Sir John Barnard for being concern'd with one Mary Green (who was Capitally convicled laft SefHons at the Old-Bailey,) in affaulting Mr. Richard Willfon, Lieutenant on Board the Nottingham Man of War, in Well-Alley in the Minories, and robbing him of 15 Guineas and 4 s. 6 d. on Thurfday Morning lalt between Twelve and One. As was likewife Sarah Littleton committed.Jffl....the Poultry Compter for felonioufly dealing a Bed, Bedding, and other Furniture of considerable Value, from out of the Houfe of Francis Foreman of Houndfditch. Alfo Edward Williadifon to the fame Place, for feloni-oufly dealing two Pieces of Superfine Cloth, of the Value of 30.I. from out of the Warehoufe of Mr. John Percivall, of Cateaton-ftreet, Fa&or. Yeftefday John Gambler was committed to Bridewell by Sir John Barnard, for pilfering of the Brafs Furniture' off Coach Harrieffes as they ftood in King-ftreet. .:. ^ As, was likewife Mary Matthews, Margaret Wajdland, Ann Hutchins, and Ann Angell to the. London Wpfkhoufe for �being taken at a molt notorious Bawdy-Houfe in the Old-Baily; making a Noife and Ditturbance Yefterday Morning about One o'Clock,.and being Common Night-Walkers, on the Oath of Mn WiUiam johnfon of the Old-Bailey, Conftable. High Water this Day tat London-Bridge at 8 Minutes after 4. _____X SCO � Edinburgh,'Sept. 10. iviagmraies navmg re- ceived hjs .Majefty's Sign Manual, accepting of the Qf�r of the Inhabitants of Edinburgh, to raife OneThoufand Men for his Majefty's Service, to be employed in Defence of the Gity, againft the Rebels, a Subfcription was open'd Yefterday in the Afternoon ; and in two Hours, 'Money enough was figned for maintaining 600 Men, and one Months Pay was advanced at $uijfcribing. The Magiftrates and Council are taking proper Meafurea for enlifting the Men with all Expedition. ^ 1 A Subfcription for Volunteers was alfo opened Yefterday in the Old Kirk Ifle, to which a great Number of the principal Inhabitants crowded to fign. It is aflerted that Twenty C6mmiffi;ins are come to this Place, and directed to the Lord Prefident pf the Seffion, faMWMiy gii^a�toB'tD^r^feyimmt amongft the well-affefted Clans, for the Service of the Government. Yeflemight and this Day the Tranfports from Lei*b, &c. failed ; but whether it be to trahfport the Forces under, General Cope from Aberdeen, or only the Baggage of his Army, is uncertain. By Letters from Glafgow, that City is in conftant Alarm for fear of a Vifit from the Highlanders, whom theyrefoive vigoroufly to oppofe ;. and about 300 of the Inhabitants are under Arms every Night. ^ The Swifs Battalions, and one Dutch Regiment,* em* barked as on the 9th, fo that we may expect tbem every Hour. _..... >�* awwt ^f^t L4WP"ffWSR 'tliis Morning reviewed four Companies of the Train'd Bands, and will contioue to review the reft daily, till thefe Difturbaqces are over. Yefterday we heard that two Epifcopal Clergymen and two Gentlemen are committed to Stirling Caftle, on Sufpi* cion of theist^Intention to join the Rebels at Perth. Mr. Carmichael, Collt&or of Perthfhire, is taken Prifc-ner by the Rebels. We have had no late Advices from the young Chevalier's Camp : It is indeed furmifed, that they intend to pay a Vifit to the Shire of Fife, and even threaten this Capital; but, if as little is to be expected from their Conduct, as from their Courage, nobody heed be apprehenfive : For it is allured, that rhe late Marquis of TuUibardine having ufed his utmoft Endeavour to draw the Duke of Athol'� Tenants into rebellious Meafures, met with an unexpected Rebuff, and haying only a few Horfe, came towards Per^h in the Night-tiroe ; jhe Alaq�.ipread^ajpiOjig^thftHigiv^ y^mylim < f Ml I liltfTn iTH l"Tliii[ 11 1 was at hand, 1 andT ready to attack them 1 on' which ttjey fted from their Camp*,, noiwithftandmg aH the Remonltrances of their, Chiefs. The WAREHOUSE for Morning Gowns and Banjan*
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