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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 1, 1845, London, Middlesex                                3-"-J. }3* 29. LEMAIN the Royal Geomf jc, other Men 0/War. and the ;ir&f|s, niy laftj with Ih^Sawh,-PoMJefc, i>r!C3i^-'�pm# and Sacccjs, Dakon, for >#J^m�Mitb. Came   Pafsttby &ofef MartW*1 from Hamburgh f-Catherine, Sattueifon j MrS** *nd Etebtrttiy Naftril} Carelfbtirgh,,. Pcterfpn j Two Brotbcrs^jMicbeilft 1 Unity, Bnedtfoa > ' and 'r^rovi-ikati&JEil^m I^orvvayi'Silter JHadc^CgoJ^Jrojn # Stockholm ; and Mary Gaily, Nicholfon, from Bolton. J; -'^IheSaridirtaKicket, --�, from South Carolina, is�r-> *riwdst Lekh.  %> &ev. the t-.ord Biihop qf TWQRC E'STER's Circular Letter !   to the. Cjergy .ofi his, JDiocefe. Reverend Sir;     .' ?> -   HerMufy Sept. 28, I7�?-I'TMiO' upon a late cceafion, I very' fully "declared, I    what was.your Pe,rfui^^^^*%irope and! v cruel P^r^clitor, to reefer fte ^^ta^eDa^^ons ourf  Ara�%l*ave lately conquered;; ju^iurj^^|?^n  ... Pt�9#y^P^p]9 hnde^%i)lopipi..Prfecei( $jbfpfcfh$ Chiefs and cruel Revocation of the F^ftof-Nintfii! Witnefs '' the^latmase! Witnefs too many:ofliertSeentries, where the! irr^fiftible Injunfljon b� an anfbl ind imrelfehdflg' Cdn-! fef^r,',dlje^ed pYlhc'^^^^^K^^ti with' fjhe  (uppofeAPow^Fof Abjbluqon,, have got thlefeetter of much � Good-Jfectfre, Gratitude and- true Policy. Nor can it-be *. otherwife j' fot a Man Whb acknowledges SubjeAk)n to the ; Pope of #bme", which; is effential to Popery,' tan never be ' J^er^o^Jiis^wn f^ndu^ jn Rebgion.  And,,'in Fa^t, dq, the. People of Englana needany Proof, that the ftzoneeft  Aflbrahcfes and the^greateft Obligations are too feeble Seeu- Bett Stewmoff poch*4� Lieot. Allan Cameron of Lindeora, and �n%n| James Cameron of Loc^eU's ^eg^ent' v The 'Gentlemen who w�e made Prifoners at the Battle \ of Tranent, are all ljbfr^te* upon Paro&.        ; We hare Adyiee jbaj jthe^ Firft Piyj$6ft of thetJdrch\ Troops arrived at Daveritry on Saturday lall^aadtmaj�h'd �garti on, Suhdajf MfSrnihg^ h and that' the econd "DivUion. ;Hi^-e>fjJe�  Britain, and (hit they waited only for Ordert from England ^COftiribli-k.    :      < i  �"   . -        , Thjy write from Cajntedbajry that' Col. DouglasV Reel- ? merit arnveo^arHatPity on I hurf|^y laft, and Tet ouV for j Dover, Deal and Sandwich^the'next Day.   And on Friday � in the Afternoon eight Companies of Col. Bragg's Regi* -nteht arfryed there ea{aTe, ^rom 6n 1 board the Duke and Prince Frederick Pf jyt�eeri^ fet| out, ' for-London, guarded byithe Sgrlors of thofe Veffcls, all \ * inJLac'dHsus, and mod of 'em on HoiJeback, and a ! ' Detachment of Soldiers.  The Waggons-were all  r*'ngfd ; ' in the Old Market each Evening before, all regularly '* TTumbeV3;*lonie"aaorn,a with Flags, and raft Numbers . V af People refarted fo iee the Manner of the'Cavalcade, lyijrj Sparrow is- appointed Urider-Sh.erjff for the County of Middfefex,' not for the City, as mention'd by Miftake., two joearnefj^xa the Dorfetfh ^behalf Twenty Witneffes were examin'd **�      "^hofe ence feem'd to corroborate what the^WHth^fbfl^d^e Days before depoi'd r wfeo HMtftktit Sitttttion, and u&~ alight be fapptf5y4; wife mate competent Tudges of what happetfd, . \ a ij r} . Waiiy oi th,e W\tne�es that, were examhv*4 bek Admiral Leftock*s Ship, jmoag whom \ver6 $iU and Lieutenants, whofe Evidences took ef^tott, Time, aa it was very Otcttmi%ifiaK . ^ There ate many WiWejlRs fet to exaioint, ib fc�fj'&tffot the Crtwn, ber* thoft1 Of nfte P^^^^m amount to Thirty-^e.^|B^,^ppear^^|^iy|^j%| will laft the belt Part tfse&Wetic,       �' ^ * ' The Court adjourned tillMohday MoiSing^.tf^Ib^^ On Friday Night laft died, 5n- thb Mki* Age,, at his Houfe on Buf&sHiU sear tnfwfd, IV^.fohft Freame, one of the People: >eall*�f Qpafcca& forflierly an ^eminent Banker in. Lor^^eii^etf but W�lg,*6q�iM an eafy F'octune, withafa^Characler, rttirM ^rom Bufi-neft above Yfsir'itgff'f -stsSt ]^xvet^^mn\^'n Time in fervingthe Pt&Itck, ao^ In ettpjoying mli inflo* flrious Poor all rburid tnW,. to whdm %t was^ generons Benefadtor; and whofe real 'Misfortunes ,'w�re ever, the 'X)bjes of his Care,~to^NrlSe^te.hW^t^�fr.w^ on liearingbfhis Dea^i, has fdmm*d theiaopi fafiffg. He never Jaw Mr. FJenm^ but betbbogBr/~~6f \lrx P.opt's Monty Raft, in h�*�jellenl Poem of t^eW^/Mufe �~af Riches; and that the f jttWving Limln^lfXKaraHer, werejufjtly-jopplicaH^ t^ Hmtr Enooih, tha*',Viftte#Hi\t ,tte'-S|^:^|^Bn i.   f NProV'd, by the Eno^of'Bieing^ tohayebeeii,_., i Laft Saturday #ed *t itetchwg^ in S?#yt WiUam Orme,      a uektJemen aged. 76, ^qfii^d >f % latge Eftate fh SufRx, Wnieh he has befluwthe^Uo Several EH  will b^prefentcd a'Tragedy, caJJ*'d' .OX H K h LP, 'Moor, of Vp'nu'ce! ' 'The Part of Qt^ello^y, ^tr. p'el*r>e,', Iago, Air. Mackjinj B�a-Hantioi Mr.fierry; Caflio, by Mr. Ijavvd J R�deric^ Mr. Y.at� ; .,DuJ^;MffWi?ftonci Ifjdovjcq, Mr, ^Jcm^.. Moatajio, Mr.^Mo- S�* "ie'eii; Gratiaho, Mr. Woodburn.   Defdemona, MJIiCopin.} pmi^,    Mri. Macklin. : ... * With fihtcrtairimerits of Singing and Dancing, via. f    � � Aft I. Singing" by 'Mr.towet Aft H. A Grand Serious fjance by  Monf. Madem. MICHEL, Sec, ________ .      - Ait.III. Singing by-Mrs. Arnr.   -----------� _ Aft IV. , Ringing by Mr. Lowe.  .       . A�l>V. A new Grand" Comic Dance  by Monf. and MrfeiS* i   ,    -   MICHEIh irnd-others. i ^Bpxcs 41.   Pit 2 f, 6 dv Gallery 1 *. 64. "Upper Gallery Jli.    Places for the Boxei ta be, taken of Mr. Hobfqo,, atj the Stage-Door ofthe Theatre. > To begin elaftly at Six o'Clock* *Thi>K Freighters      tht  Italian-Packet, �* George Ribie Commander, aredefir*d'fdmetti tip One Pair of Stair* at Lloyd's Coffce-Houfe in -Lombartfylrett, qn lfednef4ay the 2d Inftunf O3ober, at Eleven'
                            

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