General Advertiser, November 18, 1745

General Advertiser

November 18, 1745

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Issue date: Thursday, November 18, 1745

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1744 - 1850

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 18, 1845, London, Middlesex Monday, November i8, 1745. Deal, November 16. iKRIVED Ycflerday after Poft his " Majefty's Sloop Hornet, a Dutch Man of Wjir, the Earl oif Sandwich, and the Anne Mattend, from ,-th? \Veftward.. Came ddwn his 'MajellyVSloep Jamaica, and Philadelphia h^re this Morhmg. ^ Yefterday & Squadron of Bland's Dragoons march'd ^ through the Cityi in order to join the Army under the Com-mand of General Legonier.  / We are afl^ur'd from good Authority, th^t there is not one Dane arriv'd in the North of Scotland, nor fo much as one agreed for by the Government to land fhere, or any Part of Great-Britain. There are Forces fufficient of our own now in Great-Britain to quell the Rebels, and defeat all the Attempts of our Enemies, foreign or domeltick, According to the Accounts of our Correfpondent bf the beft Integrity, the Highland Army is not 8000 ftrong, and many of thofe old and feeble, not fit for Aftion or Service. Numbers of them are deferring every dayj fmce General Wade publiftxed his Proclamation, of hopes of his Majefty's Pardon to fuch as retired to their own Habitations, and lived as peaceable Subjedls. They write from Cambridge, that on Tuefday laft a Spy was taken up there, and committed for further Examination. He had wrote a Lift of all the richeft Perfons in Town, with feveral Remarks concerning the quantity of Plate in the Colleges, &c. Capt. Owens in the Carlifle Privateer^ has taken and fent into Dover, a fmall French Privateer belonging to Boloigne. The Neptune Privateer belonging to Boioigncj taken by the Folkftone Man of War, is arrived at Dover; ^ We hear that Captain Ruflel is appointed Commander of o his Majefty's Ship the Sheernefs of 20 Guns. ^ Yefterday was married at St. John's Southwark, Mr. �-j Ray, a Merchant in Snow's Fields, Southwark, to Mifs Sally Mitchell of Barnaby-ftreet^ an agreeable young Lady with a confiderable Fortune, ^ On Saturday Mr. Webb, Surveyor of the Candle Duty in Southwark, feiz'd on the Utenfils of a private maker of ^ Candles in Dragon Yard, Southwark; the Penalty of which is 500 I. On Saturday and Yefterday upwards of 40 Cows died, belonging to a Cowkeeper near Tottenham Court. On Friday laft James ThwaitSj late Mate of the Friend-fliip (Letter of Marque Ship) was tried by a Court-Mar-tia , held at Deptford before the Hon. Perry Main, Efqj Rear Admiral of the Blue, who found him guilty .of Mb- -tiny J but never having had the Articles of VVar read to him, his Sentence was moderated in the following manner, viz. to be mulfted of all his Pay, and be imprii'on'd for fix Months in the Marflialfea, ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-Str?et. No Wooden Shoes. No Arbitraiy Pwcx. ;

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