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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 30, 1845, London, Middlesex                                Numb; 3399, Deal, September 28. ;" -1' " ,EMAIN the Royal George, Admiral. Vernon, the Duke, Sandwich, two Flirefliips, and the 'Patch Admiral; the Sarah,Powers/ for Gibraltar ; Succefs, .and Victualling Tranfport for Plymouth ; and the Amphitrite, for Fiufhing.   Wind S.E. TheFriendfhip, Beale, from Maryland and Leith, is arrived in the River. The Warrington, Cook, from London, at Leverpool. LONDON. Private Letters lately come from the Army under his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland in Flanders,, give an Account, that tho' molt of the ...Inhabitants of Ghent . and Bruges were in the. French Interefr, they now own a ^ Difference be:ween their Garrfon, and an Ebghfh one, by feveral Invafions on che.r Rights and Liberties. The 00 Governors of Bruges, immediately af.er he entered there, q fent for the Magiitrates and told them in a polite Manner, rj Provijioxs were fo very dear, his Officers and Soldiers could " not live, and requelted them to lower their Price ; but they remonltrated, that more was not exacted of them than was ufually paid by all without Diitinftion j which not being fatisfa&ory to the Governor, he ordered that no Body lhould preiume to take more than two thirds of the Price for Meat, which it was then fold for; and among other Things of the fame Sort, liking the Fifh-market, which was kept in a handfome Square in the Middle -of the City, he gen-teely told them, There wete Jitter Places for it, he could �depend, on .their Civility in letting him have it fir himfelf and his Officers; and by his abfoiute Authority immediately moved it to a remote Part of the City. It is fuithtr (aid, that the French Officers were very licentious in their Quarters -By tms Behaviour may be feen, the unhappy Fate of thofe who fubmit to and encourage the French, the molt perfidious and cruel of all Nations in the WoMd. The French Merchant Ships from the different Ports of France for Martinico, San Domir.go, See. which have Jain ready loaded from Febiuary and March lalt, are at laft departed, under Convoy of four Men of War; they fail'd from Rochfort the 8th Inliant, N.S-Thefe are the Ships mentioned in the Papers as Tranfports, no other fleet having as yet failed from the French Ports- We ate affur'd, by Letteis from Deal, that the French are actually embarking a confidcrable Number of Troops at Dunkirk ; and at the fame time mention, that they have . not any Men of War in that Port to convoy ihem : But ^> if they have, we make no -doubt the Ever-Vigilant Vernon V will be-able to give a good Account of the Tranfa&ions & at Dunkirk. j? The Gentlemen of the County of York have already fubferibed 90,000 1. for Arming, Cloathing and Paying 0 4000 Men in Defence of his Majefty's Perfon and Govern-2 ment, and their own Religion, Liberties, and Properties, and have refolved to augment that Sum, if there ihould be Occafion. A great Number of Gentlemen Voluntiers have alio engaged to ferve at their own Charge ; among whom 1000 Hbrfe are expected to be brought into the Field. 'Tis faid that the Right Hon. the Lord Herbert, who is beloved as a Father by his Tenants in Shropshire, has en-liiled 5000 of them in the fame Caufe. Such a publick Spirit mull foon extinguifh even the Hopesof the Domellick as well as Foreign Enemies of our envied Happinefs. On Thurfday laft the Nobility, Clergy and Gentry of Lancafhire affembled at the Town-hali in Prefton, and with the greateft Unanimity enter'd into an Aflbciation to raife immediately a Body of 3000 Men, for the Security of his Majefty's Perfon and Government. The Company were acquainted with the Occafion of the Meeting in an excellent Speech msde by the Earl of Derby, and feconded by Mr. Bootle. On Friday laft an Aflbciation was begun and carried on with great Spirit, by the Right Hon. the Lord.QnQgw> the Speaker of the Houfe of Commons, and Several pkher Gentlemen,to raife a Body of Men in the County of -Surry, for the Service cf his Majelly and the Nation. They write from Dunham Maffej in Chrfhire, the^Seat ef the Earl of Warrington, that his Lordlhip' has futrjiJh/4 all hisTenants with Arras and Ammunition,who b'ave'neiV'd U their Names to be ready on the firlt Notice, to &ki\&i\c ^ Religiajyand Libwtes of their Country.      �    * � ^7 q    Several of the Tradefmenof Norwich have entered into V an Aflbciation to defend his Majefty and his Illuftrious Fa-" mily, and the Proteftant Religion, againft all Popifli Pretenders and their Abettors. Among the many bafe Artifices employed to hurt the Publick'Credit, and thereby to diftrefs Trade, we hear that a Certain noted Gentleman hath diftinguifljed himfelf by drawing out the Sum -of 50001. which he had in the Bank, carrying the Money to a Banker, changing it for Hank Notes, drawing out his Cafh again,and.fo continuing the fame Roiind till he was difcovered.--'Tis hoped that, when he comes to be named in a proper Place, he will be treated with that Contempt which is due tp his bafe Attempt, by all who wifh well to the Commerce and Proipe-rity of Britain. Another well drefled Rafcal came into a Coffee-houfe feme Nights ago about Seven in tbe Evening, and crying �ut that we were all andone," for that the Bank wasj&ut:.-replies an old Gentleman of 70 Years, it is always . Jbut up two Hours before this Time, for Fear of fuch -Rogue us you are. Whereupon the Scoundrel turn'd on his Heel, and quitted the Ccffee-houfe without any Reply. Un Saturday Morning the Hudfon'* BayCompany revived the agreeable News, that all their Ships, viz. �Hnce Superr, Capt. Spurrel!Mary, Capt. Coats ; tfjidfqn's ^y.Capt. Fowler; and the Seahorfe, Capt. Fowler,1 were lately arrived at Gravefend. from Hudfon's BayK 0 .0 Mxtra8 of ^-Lifter from Bury'in Suffolk, Seft: 26. * Sir Wflliam. Gage arid,fpme otfyer Roman Catrjolicks * waited laft' $\uiday-on the Dyke of- Grafton at Edfton-' HaU, to'affure his &race,of their.peaceable Difpofition, � &c. at this jjdricture j and the fame Day the Depaiy-' Lieutenant of Suftrikdiiied with-his Grace to receive his � Inftra  how to\acY*fcthi& critical Time. There.are �. many Catholicks about here, who ate very quiet; and we * have General Framptoh's Regiment quartered among us. ' A-few-Days-ago, -a* a Cartload of Goods was carrying ' to the Houfe of a Roman Catholick, the Country P.eo-1 pie ftopt them, and fearch'd to fee if any Arms were ' concealed there, but not finding any, they fufrered the ' Carttopafs on.   Upon the who]c^heT%&fg&jQzk&.a, * great Spirit in all thefe Parts, to oppofe and prevent any ' Attacks upon this happy and glorious Constitution.' The following Addrefs and Aflbciation of the Lord Arch-bifhop of York, Lords Lieutenants, Nobility, Deputy Lieutenants, Juilices of die* Peace, Clergy, Gentlemen, Freeholders, and others of the 1 County of York, having beenirarrfmiited by the Right Honourable the Earl of Malton, Lowi- Lieutenant of the WeftRiding of the County of York, to his Grace the Duke of Newcaftle, one of his Majefty's Principal Secretaries of State, has by him been presented to. his Majefty : Which Addrefs and Aflbciation his Majefty was pleafcd to receive very gracioufly^B^g ?.:*� To the King's moifcExcellent Majefty. The;humbie-Addrefs of the LordArchbifhop of-York,Lords Lieutenants* Juftices.of the Peace, Clergy, Gentlemen, Freeaalders, .and others, of the County of York, at a General Meeting held at the Caftle of York, the 24th Day of September, 1745. May it pleafe your Majrfly, TO accept from your faithful Subjects of this County, the Aflbciation enter'd into this Day, with a molt unanimous Concurrence, as a Teftimony of their Atrtrhibn to your Majefty's facred Perfon and to your Royal Family. If the Rebellion in Scotland mould continue to make its Progrefs this Way, our Actions (hall make good our Words, and we are determin'd, under the Bleffing of God, and with the Afliftance of your Majefty, to ufe our utmoft Efforts, and at the Hazard of our Eftates and Lives, to ftand up in Defence of our Religion and our Country, and the Preservation of your Majefty. God grant your Majefty a lorig and an happy Reign over us, and that the Days piir,., which are to come, may be as full of Peace, as thofe which are paft have been diftinguifhed (with the fincereft Thanks and Gratitude we declare ir) > by the mildeft and moft jutt Adminiftration in the World. The Association. WHereas there is now a horrid and unnatural Rebellion, formed and carried on in Scotland by Papifts and other wicked and traiterous Perfons, countenanced and fupported by the old and inveterate Enemiesof our.Country and the Religion and Liberties thereof,the,CrownsiiLErance-and Spain, "In order to dethrone his prefent Majefty King George, the only rightful and lawful King of thefe Realms; and having fubverted our Religion, Laws and Liberties, 1 (which God forbid) to fet upon the Throne a Popifh Pre^j tender, a Dependant and a Slave to thofe tyrannous and corrupted Courts : We the Lord Archhifhop of York, Lords Lieutenants, Nobility, Deputy Lieutenants, Juftices of the Peace, Clergy, Gentlemen, Freeholders, and others of {he County of York, whofe Names are fubferibed to this Writing, and every of us, being of Opinion, that in Times fofull of Danger and treafonablc Practices as thefe are,, an Union of our Hearts and Forces will be moft conducing to his' Majefty's Safety, and the publick Good of ourCountry, Do Voluntarily and Willingly bind ourfelves, every one of " us to the other jointly and feverally, in the Band of one firm and. loyal Society, and do hereby promife, thafegvtth ~ our whole Powers, Bodies, Lives and Eftates, we and every of 'tis will ftand by and aflift each other in the Support and ' Defence of His Majefty's facred Perfon and Government, " and will withitand, offend arid purfue, as well by Force of Arms, as by all other Means, the faid Popffif Pretender " and Tj-aytors, and alfo all manner of Perfons, of what State foeyer they be, and their Abettors, that (hall atteni|& act, counfel or confent to any Thing that (hall tend to the  Harm of his Majefty Kiqg George', or of his Royal High- j nefs the Prince of Wales, or any of their Iflue,- or to the Subvention of his Majetty's Government.    And we do by this tnftrument declare, that np one pf .us (h'aD, fpr any Refpqit of Perfon or Caufes, qt for Fear or Reward, iepa-rate ourfelves from this Aflociation, crfail in the'^Prbftcu-tion thejepf during our Lives.. Dated at the Cattle.of York, the 24th of September, in the "Year of pur Lord One Thpufahd ifeven hundred a^diprtyPfive. On Saturday laft Mr. Alderman Blatchford,, and Mr. Alderman Cockayne, were fworn in Sheriffs of. this City and, County for the Year enfuing, at "'Guildhall. After' which Richard Hoare, IJiq; Alderman of the "Ward of Farringdon withoutj, was unanimpull'y cbofen Lord Mayor of this City for the eniuing Year.       ) Alderman Blachfordhas appointed Mr.-/Sparrow, ^n eminent Attorney in Breadiftreef, to begone of H^fef' Undfr Sheriff's for .this, City.       . / / The Salary to the efv^rr^f^i^: late Majefty Qoeen Caroline, which the King haSNBeen grac-iouliy\pleas'd to con6trme,t-arelnow in Paf^peht at Mr. Se'Iwyn'l 0%e in Scotland-yard, 1 \ 1 We fae^r,; tf)'at:the Packet Boats are all Wind.bound at HVwlcru On Saturday ^Morning died, at his Houfe in Paternofter-row, Mf.^Burfill, an eminent Surgeon, very much 'efteem'd by all_that JtnewJiim. From the London Gazette. Whitehall, Sept. 2$. Th^e King .has been jpleafed to fend Orders to his Royal Highnefs foe Duke of Cumberland, to fend over immediately eight Battalions, and alfo nine Squadrons of the Britifl* Troops from the Anny under hit Royal Highnefs's Command, for the Defence and Security of his Majefty's Kingdom. 'Whitehall, Sept. 28. By.Letters from Berwick of the 23d and 24th we are informed, that about 500 of the Dragoons under Sir John Cope were then there; that fonse of the Foot had likewife got to that Place, and others were gone for Carlifle, and that La Rogue's Regiment of Dutch Troops landed there on the 23d in the Morning, That the Rebels, after the late Action, lay %r feme Time at Dudingfton and Muffelburgh, near Edinburgh, and then returned to that City ; fince which there were no certain Accounts of jtheir Motions. The following is themoft ex-aa Lift we have as yet received of the Officers killed^nd wounded in the late Action. Colonel Gardner's Dragoons. Colonel Gardner, killed. Lieutenant-Colonel Whitney, wounded.. Hamilton's Dragoons. Lieutenant-Colonel Wright, wounded. Major Bowles, wounded. Lafcelltss Foot. Captain Stuart, killed. Enfign Bell, much wounded. Murray's. ,   ^ t. � Captaitt Nellie, Jligbilf wounded. Enfign Haldane, dangeroujly wounded. Guife's. Captain Pointz, dangeroujly wounded. Captain Howell, killed. Leigh's. Captain Bremer, killed. CaptainRogers, killed. Lieutenant-Colonel Whiteford, flighlly wounded. Befides the above Lift, there are feveral Officers Prisoners, $d^MMffi&Te not known.- - - - *' "' " Wfjitlhall, Sept. 28. By Advices of the-a^th, receive this Day, the main Body of the Rebels had ^not moved from Edinburgh on the 24th ; and we hear, that they are fending out Parties to prefs Horfes. For the Benefit of Mr. Hendrick, at the New Wells, at the Bottom of Lemen-ftreet, Goodman's-Fields, this prefent Evening will be exhibited feveral new and curious Performances by Mr. Dominique, Mr. Hendrick, Mr.Wil- ^arrrlffa othm, particularly Mr. Dominique will fly over, tbe Wonderful Young Giant with a Boy upon him, it being the only Time he will appear on that Stage. The Whole to Conclude With a new Entertainment. On Thurfday next, at the New-Wells, GoodmanVfieldr, there will be feveral new Performances, with Variety of Singing and Dancing, for the Benefit of Mr. DOVE, when he humbly hopes his Friends will favour him with their Company, as Ufual. o n> r~t- 3 4 '"   ,   "B " A   N    K    R    UP    T. *"d Richard Johnfton, now or late of Grays, in the County of Eflex, Lianen-Draper, ^ : - ^fifci^ef this. Day at after 2.  aft-$a-Minutes * Bank-Stock 141. India Ditto 171. South Sea Stock no Price. Ditto Old Annuities no Price. Ditto New loi 1 half. Three per Cent. Annuities 84. Ditto 1742, 84. Ditto 1743 and 1744, 84. Ditto 1745, 84 1 half. Million Bank 115. Equivalent no 1 half. Royal Affu-rance 82 1 half. London Afiurance 10 3 4ths. Englifh Copper 5 1. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent. Ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 6 1. Pr.   India Bonds 21 s. Bif^^Th^ Oro^rs^n^Pwe   T^ree per Cent. Ditto no Price.   Lpt-tery Tickets to 1. 4 s. a 6s.   Life Annuities 13 1 4th.- D   k   U  R   Y-L  A   N -E. �y His Majeftfs Company of Comedians, T the Theatre-^loyal in Drury-Ltane, T"H E LL O,  Moor ^/Venice: The Part of Otheljo by M.r..H>eb|ie j Iago, Mr, iytacklin| fera-bantio, Mr. Berry j Caffi'o,-by Mr. Havard j Rpderigo, Mr. Yates ; Duke^ Mr. >yinftone ; Lodovlcoi Mr. Blakes } Mon^tano, Mr. Mo-^ xeen ; Gratiano, Mr. Woodburn.   Defdemoaa, Mi� Qjpip j Emilu "Wkh Entertainments-of I Singing by Mr. LOWE and Mrt. ARNE, And Dancing by Monf. and Madem. MITCH EL,    "        2! Boxes 4�.' Pit 2s. ^d.   Galldry ts. 6d.  Uwier Gallery 1 s.   ..q* Piacqsjfex.the.Boxes to ht :t*kin of Mr.-Hobfon, at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. rj$ < To begin exaftly at Six o'Clocic. COVEN T- GAR D E N. By the Company of Comedians, ^ AT the Theatre-R.oval ip Covent-Garden, ^tbisDay. will beprefeated , ' -�5   by Mrs. Vincent; Peachum, Mr. Hippifley ; -PJayejr, Mr. Anderfon ; Beggar, Mr. James; Ben. Budge, Mf Pencraft j Filch, Mr. Vaoghan ; Mat of the Mist, Mr. Stoppebier, MrsrP-eacbum, Mrs. Martin; Jenny Diver, Mifs AUtO } Mrs.Slamrn_ekin, by Mi& Hippifley j Lockit, by Mr. Dunftall; -..,,� Lucy .by Ma.Pntchard, With Dancing by MrJCOOKE, and Others. Alfo' the ufvuL Dances proper to the Opera. Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Page, at the^tagc-Door of the Theatre. To begin exaftly at Six o'Clock._ ESSE X. I   A $�ikrm General "Court of* �) y SEVVERS will he hold/n on Saiur- \ v<^ day tht A ztb Day of Q$ober -next, at Nine in the Morning, at the Green Man at Great Ilford, whereat the fe
                            

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