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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 19, 1845, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. ^JUMB.  535a " T U E S D A Y,   NavEMBER 19,   1745. Deal, November 17. JRRIVED kis Majefiy's SMp Ruby from the Wellward. Came down . h's Majefty's Ship Pool, and Hound Sloop; and Peggy, Thompfon, for Oporto I and remain with his Ma-jefty's Ships, and the Outward-bound Ships. Sailed this Morning the Duke of Bedford to the North- ^____ ward} and the Earl of Sandwich to theWeftward. Arrived the Black-Prince, Morrice, from Guinea Lyon, Wingfield, from Bofton ; Nancy,Mecflet, from Riga, for Portfmouth.   Wind N.W. Gravrjend, Nom. 17. Pafs'd by Unity, Hill, fromPe-"'terlburah ; Emauuel, Hemenfon, from Norway; and Nep-ifiine, Thornton, from'Gottenburgh. Tlie Eagle, Thompfon, from St. Kitts,' is arrived at Dover. The Seihorfe, Elwell, from Newfoundland, at ditto. Tiie Bromfield, Sharp, from Virginia, at Briftol. The Content, Farrell, from New-England, at White-iiaven. LONDON. KwcaJIICf No-v. 15. The various Motions of the Rebels have occalioned our Train of Artillery, which had been defigned to go to Carlifle bySunderland Bridge to flop, and it is to go by Hexham and Brampton ; towards which �rll Place proper Perfons are fent to view the Roads, and provide for the Troops on their March. By two Deferters arrived here from the Rebels near Car-I ^ifle, we are affured that they had only fix Waggon Load ' of Bread and two of Cheefe, and that their Number is not inorethan700o.--~0ne of the Rebels who was taken at Coldllream, and fent to Berwick, was formerly an Officer in the Excife ; he faid upon Examination, that he wag fent to choofe proper Ground to give General Wade Battle, and that Rimfide-Moor, a Place between Roth bury and Alnwick was Hx'd upon as fuch ; but he is a lying Ral-cal, and no regard is to be had to what he faid. Laft Friday in the Afternoon as the Pretender's Army - raarch'd from Moffat, in their way to Carlifle, Mr. Jolin LKilpatrick, Lieutenant of the Cumberland Light Horfe, Jjj who went out to reconnoitre the Enemy, ventur'd within |(l^a quarter of a Mile of them, and took James Brand, Efqj I Lieutenant and Quartermafter of Lord Kilmarnock's Squa-I dron. He was brought to this Town on Monday lafl, I arid examined by General Wade, behav'd very infolently, I aud faid he did not value if he was fhot immediately. He was drefs'd in a Highland Plad and Bonnet, on one fide of which was a Plate Cockade ; he had two Cafe of uncharg'd Piitols, and a Backfword, and had about him a very remarkable Cap, work'd round with Iron Chain, which alfo cover'd his Neck, Shoulders and Breall:, and was a fuffi-cient Fence againft any Sword : After Examination he was committed to Newgate. Extras of a Letter from an Officer in Marjhal Wade i Army. Camp at "Nenjjcajlle, Notj. 11;.  It is excelTive Cold ; our Canvas Habitations badly * gaard us from the Inclemencies of the Weather, and i ' vsifh for an Opportunity of ufmg rather the Sword than ' the Pen , but I fear the Rebels will parry off Fighting ' as long as they can. The Welfare of my Country, and ' all that is dear to us depends on the SucceA of our Arms j ' and if I fhould be fo happy to fee an end of thisRebellion, ' it will be the greateft Satisfadlion to me, to fhink I have ' contributed all in my Power towards it. I believe the ' fan:e Spij-jt reigns in every Man throughout the Army. ' We have jufl now received Orders to march towards ' them To-morrow Morning.' ExtraB of another Letter from Neivcajile, Nov, 15. , We have at this Time about 15000 Foot and 1200 Horfe H encamped on the Town-Moor, exclufive of Three Regi. 0 ments of Foot, and the Remainder of Gardiner and Ha-^ milton's Dragoons, who are marched to join Lord Loudon St Edinburgh. Lalt Night an Exprefs arrived with an kcount that Carlifle was befieged by the Rebels, and the Army have Orders to march to their AfTiftance Tomorrow. It-verpool, Nov. i^. This Day about 800 Militia JTiarch'd out of 1 o\yn for Warrington, under the Command ?�f Colonel Grimes, and made a very handfome Figure.- Laft Wednefday was launched here the Mercury Man of ^Var, of 20 Gens. There are three Ships now coming in ^ere, but their Names are not known. ^ On the 14th Inilant the Augufla, and Edinburgh Men of War failedJfrom Plymouth, to the Weftward, on a Cruize. Letter from Lancafer, AW. 15. SIR,, *When the Rebels retired from Carlifle, which was done after fummoning it to furrender, without firing a Gun, the Garrifon made a Sally upon the Rear, and took two Cart-loads of Targets and another of Bread. It is alfo reported, that three or four were killed by the great Guns from the Garrifon, one of whom was a Perfoft of Diftinftion, believed to be Lord George Murray. * On the 14th about two in the Afternoon, Thomas Crozer, who was fent from this Town to obferve the Motions of the Rebels, returned from the Neighbourhood of Brampton, and brings us Advice, that he few a great Body of the Rebels near Brampton, and was pur-lued by a Party of them, and that feveral Perfons fent on the fame Errand wi:h himfelf were taken Prifoners; and that one Capt. Moore of the Weftmoreland Militia, was taken Prifoner as he was going to the Garrifon at Carlifle; that the Rebels fince they had retired from Carlifle, had cut down great Quantities of Wood in Warwick Park, ^nd a Wood belonging to Corby-Caltle, and made Scaling Ladders and Fafcines, to be ufed in an intended AflTault upon Carlifle ; that he was informed on the 13th, about two in the Afternoon, that the Rebels were moving with their Artillery, &c. towards Carlifle, and as he returned towards Penrith heard great Guns continually firing, till he got near Penrith, which was about five in the Evening, which he apprehended was from the Garrifon, to prevent the Rebels raifmg any Batteries againft them. The Garrifon at Carlifle are in great Spirits as well as the Rebels; and the fame MeiTen-ger fays, that the Rebels are but 6000 elFeftive Men, and the reft mere Shabroons, making 10,000 in all, and their Horfes are in moll difmal Order. * We are under a great Concern here for the Garrifon and Town's People of Carlifle, and are afraid they will not be able to hold out long in Cafe the Rebels fhould continue their AflTault, which we are in great Fear of. I am, (5 c. ' P.S. Juft now an Exprefs brings us an >\ccount, that the Town of Carlifle has furrendered upon thefe Terms; That the City Gates are to be fet open to the Rebels, and the Inhabitants are to pay them two thoufand Pounds, or to have their Houfes rifled. The Capitulation was lafl: Night, and the Town furrender'd this Day at Eleven. The Citadel or Caftle fl:ill holds out, and the Milida's Arms are taken in there, and feveral of the Militia are gone into the Caflle. This is all we can yet learn, but ihall fend you a more particular Account.' Ruthin in Denbighjhire, Nov. 15. * Laft Monday died Sir Robert Williams of Marl, in Caernarvonfhire, Bart, a young Gentleman extremely beloved and efteemed by all his Acquaintance, and who gave Hopes of making a confiderable Figure in his Country. He was a Can^kdate for that County the laft Election. He went to Bed feemingly well on Sunday-Night, but was found dead next Morning. He was on the Point of Matrimony with a young Lady in the Neighbourhood of upwards of 30,000 1. Fortune. The Bulk of his Eftate devolves to his only Sifter, who was Maid of Honour to the late Queen, and afterwards married Sir Thomas Pendergrafs in Ireland. A fmall Eftate with the Title defcends to Capt. Williams, in Brigadier Cholmon-deley's Regiment. ' From Chefter we hear, that they are in the utmofl Con-fternation for Fear of a Vifit from the Rebels, the Ma-giftrates putting the City into the beft Pofture of Defence to refufe them Admittance, by blocking up their Gates, and the Families of Diftinftion retiring into the Country with their beftEfFefts. Juft now Advice is arrived, that the Rebels in marching over a Boggy Part of the Country, were retarded by the Sinking of the Artillery. * From Liverpool we hear, that the Approach ^f the Rebels caufes a great Hurry amongft them ; they have drawn all their Shipping out of the Docks into the Channel, on Board which they are putting their moft valuable Effeds, and have fent their Wives and Families over the River into Worral. ' The Corporation are determined at all Events to refufe paying any Contributions that fhall be demanded. � The County iti general are deftroying their Bridges to impede their March, and all other Methods arepurfued to tlxrow Difficulties in the Way of the Rebe s, and throughout all thefe Parts there appears a warm Zeal and Spirit to oppofe all Attempts againft the prcfent happy Eilabliflment.' On Sunday laft a Man indifferently drefs'd was found dead in a Wood-Yard in Long-Acre, fuppofed to have died by exceffive Drinking. 2; O Letter from Brif.ol, Nch;etnber \b. [� * Laft Tuefday a molt Wicked, Traiterous and Villiia-  ous Paper in Writing was fojnd fixed on the Door of the '^Cathedral Church of this City, Curfmg his Majefty. and ' all in Authority j the Quaker*, PrcflDyterian?-, and all the ' Proteftants ingenerali and threateamg thit the Houf� � of Mr. Richard Farr, the Elder, (an entiincnt Merchant ' of this City) ftiould be Fired by the Friday following, ' unlefs he put Fifty Guineas under his Houie. For the ' Difcovery of the Author or Authors thereof, tlie Magi- * Urates of the City have publifli'd a Reward of One Hun - ^ ' dred Pounds; and tne faid Mr. Farr Fifty Pounds.'        O Yefterday the Baggage of General Legonier was carrie*^ ^ out of Town to the Army, which he is to command J ^ and we are afTured, that that brave and experienced Conr ^ mander is recovered of his late Indifpofuion, and \vi':l let out in a few Days to flop the Progrefs of a lawlefs aud'^T^ bloody Rabble. A young Fellow, who was a Surgeon at Bath is brought to Town, � and now in Cuftody, for holding a Treafonabie Correfpondence with the Pretender, and iiis i-rlends.-~ This Affair is faid to have been difcover'd by Ibme Papers which were feiz'd belonging to Gordon the Romifh Prieit, when he was taken up. This Morning the Body of Men, whd have been rais'd by the Subfcription in St. Martin's Parifh, are to be re-view'd by Col. Folliot ; and are to receive their new Cloathing. Yefterday the Royal Blue Incorporated Volunteers of the City of London, met at Blackwell's Coffee-houfe^ and chofe Mr. Leader Cox, an eminent Merchant of this City, for tlieir Captain. Yefterday the Lord Bifliop of London prefented the Rev, Mr. Richard Thonfby, A.M. to the Rectory of St. Cathe-, rine Coleman, in Fencurch-ftreet, void by the Deceafe of the Rev. Dr. Chalmers, On Saturday Morning as Mr. Whitehoufe's Waggon, of St. Neoc's in Huiitingtonfhire, was coming to Town, the Driver unfortunately fell down near Brovvn's-Well, and the Wheel ran over him, andkill'd him on the Spot. The St. Martin's Scheme having been attended with fuch great Succefs, fome Gentlemen living in other Places have been defirous to contribute to fo good a Defign ; And, that all fuch Perfons may have an Opp6rtunity to aflift in fo ufeful an Undertaking, Attendance is given every Day, at the Veftry-Room of the faid Parifli, from Eleven to ^ One, to receive Subfcriptions atid Contributions j which ^ no doubt will be generoufly made, from many Quarters, * for a Service fo very neceflfary at this Perilous Juncture, and which fumifhes a Defence the moft fpeedy^ and the moft to be relied on, beyond all Comparifon. The WAREHOUSE for Morning Gowns and Bartjans is removed from Pope's-Head Alley, to the Woolpack and Dolphin, Three Doors above Birchin-lane in Oomhill: Where great Variety of Gowns are kept ready mide, of rich Silk Damafics, fine Scotch Plaids, Flower'd Ruifels, Figur'd Grograms, Valluret?, &c. M^o Banjans of fine Cloth, Dufhns, Plaids and Damalks. All forts of Velvet-Caps and Salves--Note, The Stock 0/Silk Goods in the faid Shop is to he fold at Prime Coji. A large andfrefti Parcel of Genuine IRISH STUFFS made in the neateft Manner, is juft arriv'd at Wells and Hartley s Warehoufe at the Naked Boy and Woolpack in Lud^ate-ftreet, with the greateft Vaiiety of entire New, and Uncommon Mixtures, in all Colours and Qiialities. They fell other Sorts of Stuffs and Cheap Goods, and deal as largely in Silks, as ufual. IRELAND. Dullin, Nov. 12. The Pariiarnent have granted 3000 I. towards the Encouragement of the Cambrick Manufaclure ; and 5001. towards repairing St. Andrew's Church. John French, Efqj is elefted Knight of the Shire for the County of Roffcommonj and Sir Kildare Burrows for the County of Kildare. Counfellor Gore, Son to Mr. Juflice Gore, is made Counfellor to the Commiffioners, in the Room of Robert French, Efq; now a Judge. Laft Week the Hon. I'homas Eermingham, Efq; Sen and Heir to the Right Hon. Lord Athunry, was married to Mils Jenny Binghami, eldeft Daughter of Sir John Bing-ham, Bart, a Lady of great Beauty, fine Accomplifhments, and a handfome Fortune. Laft Sunday died Mr, Charles Goddard, an Attorney of a very fair Charafter. High Water at London-Bridge, this Day at 22 Minu:^ after 7. CO <5 z AD V E RTISE M E NTS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd^s Coffee-House, in Lombard-Screet. No Wooden Shoes. 0 No Arbitrary Power.   

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