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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 28, 1845, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. Numb) 3423. MONDAY, October 28, 174.*. Deal, Oftober 26. lAIL'T) this Morning his Majefty,s Ship Deal Caftle for the River. Arrived his Majefty's Ship the Grand Turk, from a Cruize, and remain with the Men of War, and Ships bound to CapeBre:on.Wind S.S.W. >s^^^JBg^^a( The Bobby, Loyall, from Bar-g JjgflSiraW^^NeJs badoes, is arrived at Virginia. > The Dorothy, Nichols, from Barbadoes, at Philadel-� phia. & The Sparrow, Perry, from Philadelphia, at Barbadoes. The Hopewell, Hutchinfon, from Barbadoes, at Mary-vt land. H The Mamhead, Chappel, from London, at Newfoundland. The Elizabeth, Higgs, from Barbadoes, at Virginia. Petersburg. Sept. 28. Count Rofenberg, the Queen of Hungary's Ambaffador, has had his Audience of Leave, and is to fet out in a few Days for Holland. The Em-prefs has been pleafed Ito offer him one of her Men of War, now lying at Revel, to carry him and his Equipages to Lubeck. At the fame time that Count Rofenberg was recalled from hence, the Queen of Hungary fent her full Powers to her Refident here, M. Hochenholtz, to take care of her Affairs in this Court. Drefden, 08. zj. By Letters of the zift Inftant from Prince Charles's Army, his Pruflian Majefty had retreated with hb whole Army into his own Territories, and his Highnefs was extending his in fuch a manner, as to cover Moravia and Lufatia, which was thought neceflary, his Highnefs being informed, that the Corps under Lieutenant General Naffau had been reinforced, and was marching towards the former of thofe Provinces* Francifort, 08. 24, N.S. General Bretlach will foon >s fet out for Peterfburgh, in Quality of Envoy-Extraordinary Jj from the Emperor to that Court. Marfhal Bathiani is (till di here, with Count Salabour and fome of the Auftrian Gene-0 rals; but it is thought that he will foon fet out for Croatia,. H in order to engage thofe People, by whom he is extremely 0 beloved, to fend a frefh Body of Troops into the Field ^ next Spring. Brufels, Nov. 2. Since his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland left this Place, we are bufy in fettling the Winter Quarters. Marfhal Konigfegg fets outs this Day for . Vienna. Ten Dutch Battalions and nine Squadrons of Dutch and HefTians are come into this Place. The Earl of Dunmore intends to remove from hence for Antwerp in a few Days. Seven Battalions of Foot, with the Royal and Sir Robert Rich's Dragoons, wait the Return of theTranf-ports, to carry them over to England. LONDON. Extrah. of a private Letter from the Hague dated Oaoher 29, N.S. * The States General have granted a Paffage for the ' reft of the Englifh Foot that are going home; but their ' High MightinefTes have reprefented at the fame time, ' that both the Auftrian Low Countries and the Republick ' would be expofed to great Danger by their Abfence ; ' and that it was impoflible to know what Defigns might ' yet be executed, when the Allied Army was fo much ' weakened; that the Departure of the third Detachment ' might be yet fufpended; and if there was abfolute Oc-' cafion for thofe Troops in England, that Means might be ' concerted with the States for replacing them by oth;rs, ' that the Safety of the Frontiers might be provided for. ' The Campaign is over both in Saxony and Bohemia ; ' it is not however certain, but the Auftnans and Saxons t ' may attempt fomething in the Winter againft the King ' of PrufuVs Dominions in Germany, after the 1 2,000 �rj ' Men that has been detachei from the Army on the q ' Rhine arrive in Saxony. Q ' Affairs in Italy grow every Day worfe and worfe. U ' The City of Alexandria which was expected to hold out �J ' about three Weeks, fur rendered after five Days ; and it is ' doubted whether the Citadel will hold out long ; and ac-q ' cording to all Appearances Valenza mult fubmit at the y ' fame time. By the Conqueft of thefe. two Places, and ^ ' that of Tortonathe Spaniards will be Matters of all the. ' Montferrat, where there is no tenable City, as well as ' the Milaneze, where there is only Pizzighitone that can ' make any Refiuance. ' It mall be allowed that the French and Spanifh Ge-' nerals, by feigning to march towards Milan, and there -' by deceiving Count Schulemburg, performed a mafterly ' Stratagem, fince the Succefs of the late Action may be ' attributed folely.to it.' Yefterday Morning about 3 o'Clock her Royal Highnefs the Princefs of Wales was happily delivered of a Prince at Leicefter Houfe; on which Account the Guns were fired in the Park, and at the Tower. We heBrthat Orders are given for a Company of Foot to be fent to Tilbury Fort and Sheernefs, for their better Defence. The Right Hon. the Earl of Ancram is appointed Lieutenant Colonel of Lord Mark Kerr's Regiment of Horfe. Yefterday was married at St. John's Southward Mr. Creed, an eminent Cornfacter in Rotherhith, to Mifs Carneford, Daughter and Heirefs of Mr. Roger Carnefor1, a wealthy Cloth Dyer of Batterfea ; an agreeable young Lady, with cooo 1. Fortune. On Saturday the 19th Inftant, at 10 o'Clock in the Morning died at the Deanery Houfe of St. Patrick's Church in Dublin, the Rev. Dr. Jonathan Swift; of whom it would be weak to attempt a Character. On Saturday laft when the Train'd Bands were paffing in review before his Majefty, a Fellow was taken up for difperfing 1 reafonable Papers amongtt the Crowd in St. James's Park. Yefterday in the Afternoon, juft as the Minifter had got into the Pulpit at St. Luke's Church, a Fellow cried out aloud Fire and Flames, two or three Times, which fo much alarm'd the Congregation, that they ran out of the Church in the greateft Confternation ; but the Villain was immediately feiz'd, and is this Morning to be examined by the Bench of Juftices. A Privateer of 18 Carriage Guns is taken by the French, and carried into St. Maloes. On Saturday laft died at Stepney-Churchill, Efq; a. Gentleman of good Fortune in Effex, which he has bequeathed to his Nephew, Mr- Churchill, an Oilman in Wapping. It having been reprefented to the King, that "Thomas Ruggles was, on the 14th Inftant at Night, attacked on Bockmg Caufeway, in the County of Efiex, and fhot at, and on the 22d his Barn and Out-houfes fet on Fire, by fome malicious Perfdn?, and deftroyed, together with a large Quantity of Corn therein; and there being great Reafon to think that it was done by fome of the fame Per-fons who deftroyed his Rowing-Mill, Goods, &c> in February laft, for which a Reward of 20 1. was offered, to any one who fhould make a Difcovery of the Perfons concerned therein; his Majefty for the better difcovering and bringing to Juftice the Perfons concerned in any of the Crimes abovementioned, has promifed his moft gracious Pardon to any one of the Offenders who fhall difcover his Accomplice or Accomplices, fo as he, they, or any of them, be apprehended and convicted thereof. And the faid Thomas Ruggles has promifed a Reward of Fifiy Pounds. 'lis faid, that the Reverend Father _, who was- formerly concern'd with the pious Baptill Gerard and Mifs Cadiere, and on that Affair fore'd to fly to England, made, Yefterday, at a certain Houfe call'd the Friary, near Wild-ftreet, one of their Collections Extraordinary, in order to explode an Heretical Farce ftiPd the Jesuit Caught ; which, they fay, is a ' Scandalous Exhibition for a Chri-' ftian Country, efpecially as it expofes the facred Cha-' rafter of'aparticular Gentleman and his Religion.---* Indeed it is no wonder thofe Gentry are alarm'd, when fo profitable a Turnpike as Purgatory is attack'd; nor is this the firft Extraordinary Subscription they have rais'd forks Defence ; for 'tis notorious, nay on Record, that here, in England, large Sums were once collected by the Jefuits to repair the Walls of that Spiritual ^Etna; which, as they then preach'd, and thunder'd forth throughout the Realm, upon their Sacerdotal Functions, were in danger of being confum'd by the long Ufe of Penal Flames : 7 hen let every EnglifhProteftant Judge how reafonable and modeft their prefent tCharge is againft the fefuit Caught, at fuch a Time as this too, when they ought to be thankful for our Lenity, inftead of daring to murmur at our Severity, which is only a neceflary Ridicule, by way of Precaution. From the London Gazette. Whitehall, 08. 25. By Letters from Newcaftle of the 22d there is an Account, that upon the 21ft about 400 Men of Lieutenant General Howard's Regiment, who landed at Shields, came up to that Town: 'j hat upon the 2 2d, arrived the Gibraltar Man of War, with the Right Hon. the Earl cf Albemarle on board, and that the reft of the Tranfports were expected in that Evening and the pext Morning. By Advices from Scotland of the 21ft, the Rebels continued giving out that they were to march from Edinburgh upon the 22d or 23d. Other Letters from Scotland take Notice, that another French VeffelJ was landed at Stonehive, with fome Officers and a few Arms for the Rebels. A Party of them was lately at Douglas, where they got fome fmall Pieces of Cannon, and 30 Stand of Arms. Afterwards they proceeded to Hamilton, and took what Arms they found there, and then returned to Edinburgh. Several different Accounts agree; that their Numbers did not exceed 8000. Wh tehall, 08. 26. Letters from Berwick of the 2 2d Inftant, advice, that fome of the Tranfparts bound from HP Holland to Newcaftle, had appeared off that Place, and q that a Boat with a Pilot had gone out and conducted them ^ in. Thefe had on board eight Companies belonging to �y different Regiments, and there were fome more Tranfports n> with about five Companies at Holy I (land. General Handafyd ordered the 8 Companies to land and enter Ber- !3 wick, to reinforce the Garrifon, and the five Companies to remain at Holy-Ifland till further Orders. �| There is Intelligence likewife, that 2000 of the Rebels * with eight Pieces of Cannon, had on Monday laft march'd by Duddington from Edinburgh, and were gone, as was faid Southwards : That thofe in Muffelburgh, and the Villages adjacent to Edinburgh, were drawing together in order to take the fame Route as on Tuefday Morning laft; and that they were the beft Roads to Weftmoreland, &c. It was likewife reported, that 200 of the Rebels had mutinied, of whom 100 had marched off, and left their Army ; and that feveral Waggons with wounded Men were come into Edinburgh by the Weftern Port, and it was faid there had been an Action betwixt fome of them and the Garrifon of Sterling-Caftle ; but that they expected, as next Day, at Berwick, a more diftinct and certain Account of thofe Particulars. Whitehall, Oil. 26. Yefterday arrived in the River and landed, four Troops of Sir John Ligonier's Horfe, Major-General Bland's Regiment of Dragoons, the Detachment of Foot-Guards which lerved at Oitend, Licutenant-Gene-ral St. Clair's Battalion of Foot, Leiutenant General Har-rifon's, Major-General Hufke's and Lord HarryTBeauclerk's Regiments of Foot. ' St. James's, Oil. 26. This Day the fix Regiments of Trained Bands of theCityof London, paffed in Review before his Ma/'efty, and made a very handlome Appearance. Extratt of a Letter from rice-Admiral Davers, dated at +rp Sea^ Augufl 17, 174^. _ _ q I am juft now informed, that two Spanifh Ships Out- \ . ward bound, and richly la en, were taken about two Days \r ago by two Privateer S'oops of Barbadoes and St. Chrifto-pher's, between the Iflands of Heneago and Tortugas; one n> is fent to Jamaica. I am told two others are expected the fame Way, which I hope to be in Time to intercept my- felf. Admiralty-Office, 08. 26. On the firft of June laft his Majefty's Ships Sutherland and Gofport difcovered in tlve Road of Senegal in Africa, a French Outward bound Eaft-�IndiaShipof 38 Guns and 170 Men, which they forced -3 thence tne 20th of March, with three Ships more for China. Chatham, 08. 25, 1745. MINUTES of the Court-Martial, on Board the London Continued. ' The Court affembled as ufual, and fat till 3 o'Clock, ' and then adjourned till Monday Morning. ' During their Sitting they examin'd only four Wit-e neffes in behalf of the Prifoner, who depofed directly ' contrary to the Evidence in behalf the Crown.' To ^Merchants and others, who are raifing a Military Force, to prote8 the Nation againji Popery and Slavery. Virtus unita fortior- IT is feafonable to confider, how fuddenly 20 or 30,000 ^ Troops or more may be raifed in Scotland among the o rebellious and difaffected Clans and others, left we fhould co unhappily deceive ourfelves, by looking upon the rebel- p* lious, military Force, now railed there, in tooidw and ^ contemptible a Light; and therefore not take the moft fpeedy and vigorous Meafures effectually to reinforce the Royal Army to quell and defeat them, without long experiencing the Calamities of a Civil War. Such who are well acquainted with the North of Scotland, well know how numerous the Superiors and Chieftains of Clans are, and what great Numbers of Vaffals, Tenantst Dependants and Followers they can immediately raife in the North and in the Highlands. In Charles II.'s Time, when Popery and Slavery were intended for us, ail Army of upwards of 12,000 High' landers was raifed in a few Weeks, and brought down upon the Wejlof Scotland, which was moft averfe to fuch a Defign, and therefore were ravaged with as much Barbarity as if it had been in an Enemy's Country ; And this without the leaft Knowledge in South-Britain. ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-Street. No Wooden Shoes. 0 * 3- ^ No Arbitrary Power.
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