General Advertiser, November 1, 1745

General Advertiser

November 01, 1745

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 1, 1845, London, Middlesex N umb. 3445r 1.7*^. |HJS-Mcn�n^^s Majeltv VShips f th^NorthWftd. l'*?ame 4cftvnHjs' ^MageSy's Ship*Prince^Edwwd. and ' ^remains wkherii)e,�E^el^on, ; from Antigca ; Lawrence, tDftrofe, from Bilboa TPrince \ of Denmark, WiUiamfon; Neptmae^Qrawfford, from Vir- j ginia ; Tyraftley, White, frpm .GifejaJtar* . 1 ' The TygrefsjPrivatecr ; and t}ie �agle Prize, G^Ua-my, from Lilian, are arrived at Dartmouth. L . O N DO N. although there have,been many Accounts fublift>d, of the '^elitaUngPoJfeffipn 'of Edinburgh, 13c yet, we know the following ti be the Cspy of"a Letter frPm a Geriw tlevvoman in that City, to her Daughter;in London, j lately come to band, nve have infertedit, at a Jbort J$e-capittitatiqu of that remarkable Affair. . ^ould hjiye. iM Meeting of the inhabitants of Edinburgh, gave up the " Town; before this happened, they took Care to frighten " the Women, ahd^otKers who wefe towards, by talking rur conOBued the common -Towd Guard under tiwiis ;l'Ta,l&il*Wnea'' *&e" Rebels ,enter'd the Town at Six p'CIeefcda, theMorning, they got aoo Stands of " good Anns, befideswhat belbng'd to Che TrainM-Bands. " About Men that were not difcharg'd from guarding " Briftow-Porti when they heard that the Rebels had'en-V ter'd the JNletherbow-Port, ran to the Caftlfi with their Arms and but juilefcajed them. They did nothing unv " civil in the Town at firli, but they foon demanded ** 6009 Pair of Shoes, 2000 Tents, 6coo Canines, and " '2000 Targets ; and prefently after, Half a Crown in " the Pound for every Houfe ; thenexi Day the Battle was " fought, at a Place call'd Prefion, whicli you went thr&' " to LonJon,ever fmce which they have hehaved very out-" rageoufly, murdering, robbing and ravifhing, whom " they think proper^__By all that I can learn, the Num-" bers of our Men and tiieirs, were not fo greatly unequal " as has been reprefented ; but I have been often tola by " different People, who were on the Spot atrhe very Time, " that after our Men were drawn up in Form of Battle, --was not to be i'een ; on which Account " many pf the Men fay, that they were fold or left in the " Lurch and bctray'd ; and that the Highlanders fired bat " once, which did little Execution j but theri they run in " with the ujmoil Fury upon our Foot with their Broad-" Swords, tifr. and kill a about 300. J law a Gentle-" man who told me of his Companion that was kifl'd, " and beiDg found among the Dead after all Was ever, " remained fp butchei'd mid mangled, as fcarce to be " known ; for his Hands were cut eff, and his Head cleft *' to the Chin, and his Fleih almort ilrip'd from " Some pretend to talk greatly of the young Gentleman's *' Humanity, notvvithftafiding the brutal Behaviour of the " Fellows atPreflgn.; but, I fuppofe, they mull mean,* " that it is very humane not to muxd?r us all, becaufe we " happen to be in iis Power: Yet he made itDea'hfor " any one to go to the Caiile, or come from it, without *' his Leays, and endeavour'd to raife and fuppprt a Bat-" tery at.the great Cillern; but this the Caftle wojuld npt " iuffer, ann't be tmeaiy about-us^ for'iwe hope Gpdiwill Qelivet'US from this foreGalamity, ^aad proteft bs for the future. �-� The young Geitdertan that we have -got here, has^liUfs'd the Ladies fo, that he has gain'd all their,Hearts, We taught certalnlyxo have the 'Brave Duke of CiKntftarWf/among lis, to ktfs. the Ladies ;too,rand Bght tfhofe Dpgs,'for at prefent there is no living here for honeft People. This goes by a Friend to Ber-ot,-�i.--When- ypu mention our Affairs, pray don't fay our Town was taken, for it was bafely betray'd by vthofe whofe Duty it was to proteft us, or we could never .have been taken by .1600 Men withput Cannon, that being about did Number arm'd among them, till rhey got to us. But now they are well provided, and amount to above 6000." Extra3 bf a Letter frbtn Northallerton in Ydrhjhire, dated QSober 25. * This Day 28 Piece3 of Cannon, 180 Carriages, laden * with Powder and Ball, and a great Train of Waggons came into this Town, and the tillages adjacent, in their * way to the North. We expeft 1000 Dragoons and ' 3000 Foot To-morrow, Preparations being made for ' their Reception. Yefterday an Exprefs arrived in, Town from Newcaftle; with Advice, that Field Marfhal Wade wes arrived there with Part of his Majefty's Forces. Extra3 of a Letter from on board the York Private&f Copt. Graverior, dated Dover OSober 29. ' This Morning 1 brought to a Dutch Galliot Hoy, ' from Dunkirk, bonnd to Nantz, the Matter of whom ' affur'd me, that the Pretenders Eldeft Son-, who has * been fo long in Scotland, arrived at Dunkirk the 24th In- * fiant j and Furthe* affured us, that ftrift Orders had been * given to all Ships in that Port to hoift their Colours; and * that there were feveral Illumination^ and Bonfires on the e on BpsoNJ a fmall Man of Occafipn: Ar.dtbae.he * vyar, dHguifed in a ' 'l^-pftme in there was a' *�' An*�s� f�- as is * were-a Number of So] Habit.--; The Night after (loaded in a very great hurry,. \ goVd for Scotland.- There inf Dunkirk, the chief of * which beloiigid to the Irifli Brigade, in th� Service of ' Frascei -The above Letter feetrs to tally with the Account we publHh'd Yefterday, of his being efc^p*d from Scotland.-And yet it is not impoffib!e, nor improbable, that a Farce of tne above kind may be carried on at Dunkirk, to lull us into being lefs upon our Guard.-Therefore it it no Harm to fay-Lion be IVary of the Fox. On Wednefday laft, being his Majeity's Births-day, Admiral Vernon in the Norwich, the Dutch Admiral, the reft of the Men of War, and the Merchant Ships in the Downs difplay'd all their Colours, rVd their Guns, and gave the utmcft Demonstrations of their Loyalty and Af-�re&ion to his Majefty. The Guns of Deal-Caftle were alio fir'dat Noon, and at Night there were publick Rejoicings throughout the Town of Deal. Yefterday the Right Hon. Richard Hoare, Efq; Lord Mayor of this Citv, attended by the Sheriffs and Court of Aldermen, waited on the King at St. James'g: to congratulate his Mrjetly on the Birth of his Royal.-pighnefs the Prince of Wales's Son ; when the Lord^liayor received the Honour of Knighthood. As they were going in Proceflion, by^"a fud.'en Jolt, the Fore-Glafs of the Coach, in which his LohMhip was, brake, and flightly wounded him in the Forehead. There were preient at Guildha 1 on Tuefda^ teft, at Dinner, among other Noble Ferfonages, the Lord Chancellor, the Dukes of Richmond, Dorfpc, NewcHUe and Bedford, the Earls of Fitzwalter and Berkeley, th� Lords Pathurtt and Gower, Right Hon. Hen. Pelham, Efq; the Speaker of the Hon. houie of Commons, the two Lords Chief Juftices, and Lord Chief Baron, together with feveo, other Judges. I Yefterday was held a Court of the Hon. Lieuten4ncy at Guildhajl, when it.was, agreed, in order to make the marching of the Train'd-Bands as eafy as poffible to the JuhabUauts of the City of London, that only two Companies fhould go out every Lay, to ejeercife in the Artillery-Gjound^ by which Means it will be nigh a Month coming round tp ekch one's 1 urn ; excepting tha Night Guard, which is ne�e{lary to be continued at this Time. LailWcek Mr. John Goodwin was appointed Purfer of his Majeily'sShip the Centurion. O o O Weymouth^ djhb. 28. Yefterday Morning wru take" off St. Albans, in ftght of this Tpsvn, a large Ship, by a French Privateer. Yefterday came Advice, that the Neptfir.e, Maccartv. .Bound from London to Lilbon, was taken by a Smnilh, Privateer ; but rc-taken the next Lay by th's V.Voif'sic^p ' of War near Cape La Hogue, On Tuefday hit three Troops' of Ma-jir-Gericral Blaft'd's Regiment of DragbonS march Vi into Canterbury, and two Troops more were expected the next Day. . The Rev. Mr. Philip Twyfden, Rector of Eaftling in Kent, has reiij.n'd his faid Livingj on accepting other f're-ferment in Ireland: He enjoy'd that Reclory but fince Eafter laft, on the Death of Dr. Bowes, and it is ndw again in the Gift of the Right Hon. th Compter, by Mr. Aldermari Barnard, for feloniouflydealing one Dozen of Pewtar Plates and two Dilhes from. Skinners-Hall on Lord MayoVs Day, the Property of the Company, found upon him. The Memorial of the Synod of Gfofgerw and Air, luhicf* ivat in our Paper on the zzd prjf, being ten i' �r/'ally eftecni'di ave hahe frcciiredfor our Readers the folloijing ADDRESS af the faid Synod(cfafijting of above 400 and Ruling. Elders) nbbrtk ntie hear cy�j prtfepled to hit Majrji^ by his Grace the. Vtde of Aigyll. To the JCihg^s moil Excellent MajeftV; The. mpft humble and fincere.Addrefs of the Minifters and Eiders of the Provincial Synod of GlafgoW and Air;. �-| �jet at Glafgow, Oft. r, 1745'. Moft Qracious Sovereign] T"T TEyour Majefty's mnft l'rjy'al'and diitiful Siibjecls,tbe Vy Minifters and Elders of the Provincial S nod of Giaigow and Air, humbly beg leave, upon thr. firll Opportunity of ourM.eting together fince your Majelly's f^ie Arrival in ihcfe vour Dominion-, to exprefs tne lmceie ihd mighly Jov we felt upon that happy Occufion. Atthe'lame Time it filled our Hearts with the de'ep?tt Concern and Regfet, th^t your Majefty ftiouid thfen ha've found a Part of oir native Country, engaged in a moJk treafonable Inlurreftiou againll your Perlyn and Govertv ment. We have fince that Time beheld, with the litmoft Indignation and Abhorrence, yet blacker Scenes : A rebellie'sts Anny of bigotted Papifts; and of infatuated Prdtfcftjms, the iftveterate Enemies of our p:efent happy Confli.ut.roc, and fomC of whom ro Oat)is can bind, and no Favour cari gain; headed by a Popiih Son of a Popiftx Pretender, advance fo far as to invade the Capital of this Part of your Dominions, and came fo" rfizt to ouf Borders, as tofubj'ci tlxis loyal Ciry; wherein we are now affemblcd, to a grie-vjo�s'Or)prdhon, which they were riot ab'e to rcfift. But even irr this cri^pl juncture and Situation, when gxprcfiiTns ofJgjjj&JWty to your Majefty's Perfpn and .Government jn|>' expoffnis to' cruel Refinements. u-e cannot ferbear giving yovi the moA folemn AiTu ajKes *f our Inviolable f'idejKy and Allegiance ; An A'.legiance which, p under God, ii infcparably corinecled with the Enjoyment of V &RI 1SK M H NTS are taken in tor this Paper, ac Lloyd's CoFF�r-HotJ5B, in Lombard-5^r�rt. No Wooden Shoes. No Arbitrary Power, r ;