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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 26, 1845, London, Middlesex                                IS Majefty's Ships B^4Geo*g*> ' iQdkc, iSattiwicb, Nottingham, -FdHdbne, Granada-Bo*b,   fter, fcom tGibraltar, .j& TJy-mowh. VL   t>  N   D  O fSN. TAeJn^^ure-.ofjhc.fting pf Pniffia.wifh - the � Princi- J palUy^Bf^Eatt-EiJiefland,,^by tbe.Ele&orofiJavaria as Vicar | of the Empire, is, looked upon to bean Occarreoce-worthy of Spexulatji n ; ifhav^jgjpkfs.'d after the Election  of ;the king of fiie R jinahs, and'but a few �>ays before: iits - Ma-jefty came ^n:o full cPefleffion of the Imperial Dignity, when all Vicariate* Power -owght^abfokudytoceafe. The Town of~Aeth, which the French are now:be-fieging,'ftands dUpGn the rRiverDendcr, about 14 Miles N.VV^of J^ons,-jaod.five^near.S. of Leffines. It is handsome, rich, and-well-fortified, but not large, as oar wounded too. well experienced after the Battle of Footenoy, when it was a Kind of General Hrrfpkal. The Frencn took it in 1667, and kept it'till the Treaty of Nimeguen in 1678, when it.waweltor'd to theSpmiards. In 1701, after the Death.of Charles II. King of Spain, it fell again into the Hands of the French, with the other Town* belonging to the. Honfe of Atrilria. In 1706, tbeDuke of Marlborough took it for the late Emperor Charles VI. then called by-us King of Spain, who held it 'till his Death ; as his. Daughter the Queen of Hungary and Bohemia has done fince 'till , the prefent Time. The French are already in Poffeflion of ; all the ltrong rl owns below it on the Dender, having in this Campaign . become. Mailers of Graromont, Ninoven, Alolt, and Dendermonde. Upon the Return of the Count de Clermont Gallerande from the other Side of the Sambre, it is by many conjectured, that the Election of the Grand Duke of Tufcany, and the Caie of his Prufijan Majeity to prcferve himlelf from the general Refentment of the Empire, has made the French Mmittry think fomc Proje&s.they had before concerted to be impracticable. On Taefday Night late, an Exprefs arrived from Scotland ; and Yefterday Morning it was reported that the Rebels were gone-back to Edinburgh, and had demanded Contributions of the Inhabitants of that City. It is faid, that of his Majefty's Forces- there were kill'd Col. Gardner, who was ftrip'd ; Major Bowles, Captain Holwell, Capt. Pointz, and. Capt. Stewart: And that there were wounded mortally Col. .Wright, and Capt. Leflie.- 300 Private Men Were kill'd; 500 taken Prisoners j and about 4 50 Foot were got to Berwick. Of the Rebels there were kill'd, the Duke of Perth, and about 50 Men ; but no other Particulars on their Side is known  Laft Night about 9 o'CIock an Exprefs arrived from Scotland, the Contents of which are not known. Letters from Newcaftle mention the great Confternation of feveral of the Inhabitants there, who are .packing up their mod valuable Effects, being in-Expefltation of-an immediate Vint from the Rebels. Field Marftial Wade is appointed Commander in Chief agairrft the Rebels ; General Legonier is to command the Horfe ; and the Lord Tyrawley the Foot.   And their Ar- j my will confift of 6000 Dutch and Swifs, with .two Regi- ' ments of Englifh Foot, two of Horfe, and two of Dragoons ; befides fome Militia, and new raifed -Companies ; lothat it is not doubted but that fuch an Army, under fuch Generals, will put an immediate (lop to a Rebellion which threatens the total Deftryt&ion of this Nation, by the Hands ofv a Banditti of Cut-throats, who Jiave already (hewn us � what we may expect from their Conquefls, by, -exercifing ! the mod execrable Craelties over thofe whom they have even fufpe&ed of wtfhing ill to their Defjgn. The Dukes of Montagu, Bedford, Lords Herbert, K9- , dare, and many other Noblemen, have already^taken out ' Commiffionf, and have begun to raife Regiments, for the further Protection of the Kingdom from Popery and Slavery . We bear that fome other Regiments of theBritifh Forces are ordered home from Flanders. yefterday nine Pieces of Cannon, with their Carriages were fent from the Tower, befides 10 Waggons loaded with Mulketsand fix Powder Carriages, guarded by Ma-trofles and Gunners from Woolwich, they are to join the Train fent the Pay before on Dunfmore-Heath, and then proceed with all Expedition for Lancashire. Yellerday Morning about one o'clock General Hufke fet out from his Houfe in Bartlet-Streer, Grofveaor-Squre, in a Po# Ghaife for Scotland- They vyrite from Deal, tha.t on the 24th Inftant came aihore Bear jVa*nsier�.CaiUe, Pan of the Stem of a Ship, \on which.the Words^A. SIGIO O'ROSAR. On the .,20th the ,Grey]^und, Squirrel, and farming MollyiPrivateer , put into Falmc^th, |rpW &u.i?}njr,. By Letters from Yarmouth, of the 2zd Inftant, we have Advice, .that fix .Jihips bound Jinm- thence -to -Rotterdam with Corn, were attack'd by twp French Priva^eejs, who took four of them, ran oneafhore, and was in purfuit of the other. The Endeavour now, Capt. 5pafFwd, who ,tuled from Jamarca-ftr^htt^delp^ta, 'Prattle id of Oaober! laft, was " ^%^^*^^Sff!^9^ a,Priwtteer,pf 16 Guns and i'8o Men ; who "after taking^eut (what, was Waluabie ferher oh fire, and parried - thy Commander and -Peoptrto the Havannah. . " On Sunday Morning laQ ^Admiral Leltoik arrived here; '*ahd-imflheWtCTnoon' Admiral Matthews'arrived, Avho was a^eridedi-by-the HSofpbration of aRachdftef, 'and many * Thoufands of People, ^ith Xolours flying,'Boatfwains SCa}ls,4FC.-��!Qn 'Monday the^ourt *flemWed,sndrSir ((Chaloser ,Q^le *penW litis .Gomxniiuon, �and read his i�tc�lers ; but iefelewsfo *ard, that' the^Yacht couW n� Bring th^Lieotraints^pt^erey :xo '.i>e tri^firft) from on �,bpard theRoyal "Sovereign at the-Nore, tand tkerefbre the Court radjeum'd 1^01 this .Day.-^-Accordingly this ' .-Morfiif^ ithe- four Lhwenaius^of' the Borfctftjire were * by J�iewtenant [ � *-Bentley,.^newaC^ptajin} ta-godown�to 1 the�Admiral's - nly fup-*.]^]^ p7,C^'t:eleK>/uie']$iariQes: %u theWitneffes  i>^aj^t08cTagi!>. .f�^�r.     ,      . /'A , - ! ' May the Father, who created Man, catfe'ttta^ * them. Meyjfehte^.Wh^flfileVe^l^fls,5 etffe him or � them. IMhiy'the-Holy Ghttft, WwW|ivea to*uHn * Baptism, curfe. him or diem.  May "the "Hdiy ^Crdfs, * which Chrift for olir ^JVatio^trium^hin^jover his Ene- * my, amended, cufefe brim or^taeia.   M^,,the^oJy *ind * eteMr* Virgin'f^ary, Mother of God', cade immttr ' them. May .St. -MiclKid, *the ^Uvotate of holy Souls, '^urfc Jiim fir them. Jkday-alUhe ^Ange4s-�nd Arch�An-' geU� Principalities and Powers, and all the heavenly Holt, * cuffe hrm or them. -May the iaadable Ntfmber df the * Patriarchs and'�Prophets curfehim or them. Ullay^St. '..John, the chief .Foie�ruaaer^nd Baptiftlpf ^2fcrift, -curfe � him or them. May St. Peter and St. -Pafdl, and St. �n-Vdrew, and all othervCirriftss ^Apaftlea, Wether with- the � reft of his Difciples, and four-Evangelifts, �who'by)the& ' Preaching xonverted the uni�erial World, ^turfehitoiior � them. $Aoy the holy �and' wonderful Company of Mar-� ^fsfiand^Gonfeffors, -who bythexr'htJly'WbrkslaTe found ' j)leafing'to 13od Almighty, cBrfe him or them.  May * the holy Choir of the Ji61y Virgins, wJioviortfhetHoiioTlr < of Chrift have debited the Things of the World, curie ' him or ttam. May alHhe Saints, who from'Hie Begin-' ;niog of 'the World to evedaftiog Ages are ibund -to be * the Beloved of God, curfe him or them. *!May the Heavens and Earth, and all .the holy Things t^mainiflg ' therein, cucfe=him  . BY the Authority of God Almighty the Father, Son, and Holy Qhpft? and .of the holy 'Canofls, and of the undented Virgin -Mary, the Mother #nd Patroness.of our Saviour, and of all the Cele&al Virtue.", A-ngels, Arch-Angels, Thrones, Dominions, Powel-s, pherujjins, andSeraphins, and of the holy Patriarchs, Prophets, and of all the Apoftles and Evaogelifts, and of the holy Ln-nocents, who in the Sight of the toly Lamb- are found worthy to fing the �ew Sojog, and of the holy Martyrs, and holy Confeffors, and oTthe holy Virgins,' and of all the Saints, and together with all .^he fj(o}y apd Elejft of ,God: We ^copim�ij^e and ^atheisajj^ him or them, Malefactor or Malefactors,--rr-r-a�d^rom the Thrdholds of the holy Church of God Almighty We fe-  their ' Noilrils, in their Fore-teeth or Grinders, .in their Lips, �' in their Throat, in their Shoulders, in their Wrifts, in * their Arms, in their Hands, in their 'Fingers, in their ' Breall, in their Heart, and in all the interior Parts to thfc * very Stomach : in their Reins, in the Groin, in the * 1 highs, in the Genitals, in the Hips, in the Knees, at * the Legs, in the Feet, in the Joints, and in the Nails. * May he orthey be curfed m all their Joints, 'from *the � Top of the Head to the Sole of the Eoot.  M^y there < not be an/Soundnefs in him or them. ' May the Son of the living God, with all the Glory t& 4 his Majefty, curfe him-or them ; and may Heaven, with � all the Powers which move therein, rife againfthimor < them to damn him or them, unlefs it ftiall repent him-or   India Bonds 10s. a 25 s. Difc. Three and a half Salt Tallies no Price. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders ho Price. Three per Cent. Ditto no Price, Lottery Tickets 101. 10 a 101. 5 s. Life Annuities, 13 3 4ths Years Purchafe. D  K   U  K   Y-L  A  K  E. By His Mtytjtfs Company pf CvmedianSi AT t^e Thcafi-.e^Roy^l in Drqry^ Laas, . th> Pay, vill bp pr?^nte4^ Gmety* xall'd The RECRUITING OFFICER. Tiie Pjm of ?�ft, Wome by Mr. Mills j Capt. Bra# ea, bf Mt. Macklin ; Jtffticr&llince, by Mr. Bridges ; Serjeant Kite, by_Mr. j.Spatkeaj Worthy, Mr.-Wavvd ; B(�HocH. Mr.Tafwellj VTel^i �oll�r, Mi.BJakts j the Two Recruits by fcfl. Neale and Mr, Rftj-Rate, Mr�.*id)�ut} Lucy, Mrs. Bennet; M�ilada by Mifs COPfN, (B$itgtbt$fft?*pe of kt* Aft** And the Part VSy*f|a by Mr*.^ With ^atertainraeflW of Singing and Bat Aft I. Singing by Mr. Lowe. Aft II. A Grand Serious Dance by Monf. and Madero. MITCHEL, (JUw#/y *r*iv-d fnm Bar**,) Aft IV. A Piajoguc cail'd Colin andPfrtbi, by Mr.X^owe and Mil. Arne. Aft V. A new Grind Comic Dance  by Monf. and JMadem MITCJlEL, aadothen. . - * Sosys 4 . 64^.  Gallery 1 s. 6A. Uppef Gallery r t. To ijegia 4p�ae>|y at Si� o'Clocjr. On Saturday nttt will betre^nted The AI.CHVMIST.  ' *-.KTISE MET* ?S are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffss-Houss, in Lombard-Street. Or   

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