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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 20, 1845, London, Middlesex                                !-. r. E'D N E^S'P,A Y,  November 20,   1745. JI^My November 18. lAlL'D VeHerdgy Afternoon bis IVia-" ^jefty's Stoops Jamaica and Hornett, the ,Outwafd-bound Ships to -the Wefti�(ard, but - put back again thfeMoriang; and remain with his Majefly's '*1�ip Norwich, Admiral Vernon j Pool, Ruby, Folkftone, Succefsj Hound, andWeafel Sloops, Baswv�^wFp^y�r^ -fr^ Scipio Firefhip ; and the two Dutch Men of ^arv the Black Prince, Morrice, from Guiney; Expedition, Englifh, from MarylandLyon, Wia^fieid, fromBoftoh; Nancy, Meiflet,'from'Riga.   Arrivedhtiie Levant Oally, Sharp, fromVilrgima.  (Jame down Prince ^William, Bradihaw, for Falmouth j Good Intent, Cow-. 'P tin, for Lifbonj   Wind South. Qramejeffd^ Nov. 18.   PafsM by Spranton, Turner; ^ and Elizabeth, Frazier, from Riga; John and El'zabeth, -J Forfter, from Stockholm j William and Dorothy, Fowler, ,Z from Peterft�urgh; Providence, RochiJI, from Dantzick'; ^ Chriftiana, Moreland, from Gottenburgh ; Wright, Sharp; and Anne, Scotf, fiom Norway; the Reparation, Adams; -and JHaflemere, Webfter, from Portmahone ; Happy Return, Stevens; and the Thomas and Hannah, Aron, from Standgate Creek. The Phillis, Long, from London, is arrived at Newfoundland. L  ON  D  O N. From the London Gazette. Whitehall, Nonj. 18. Letters from Marlhal Wade of the 15th Inftant mention, that it was affirmed by great Numbers of Perfons who were come thither from the Villages on the South and Weft Sides of Carlifle, that the whole Rebel Army were endeavouring to furround tliat City. That they {hot at every Body that fled from them, and that �ne Perlbn had been killed, and that they were aftually patting the Country under MilitaagRxecution. That they feized all ab!e-bodieiBpn, Horfes and Carriages, and declared that they wouia force them to carry their Ladders to the Walls of Carlifle.  That the Cannon of Carlifle we e firing that Morning very briflcly; that they had taken the four Light Horfemen upon their Re-v^tarn from Newcaftle, who had been fent to conduft the u Quarter-Malkr of the Rebels taken Prifonernear Carlifle, ^ to Marfhal Wade.   Letters of the fame Date from Peniith Q at Nine o'Clock at Night mention, tliat the Rebels had ^ approached fo near Carlifle, that the Garrifon had thrown Q Granadoes at them, and that the Rebels had broke Ground hr about 300 Yards from the Citadel, and at Spring-Garden, ^ near the Horfe-Race Ground; and that they had been obliged to. fetch Proviiiocs as far as Hecketr,. about five Miles from Carlifle. Pf^hitehull^ Nov. xS. Letters dated the i ^th of November from Penrith, give an Account, that a Perfon fent from the Governor of Carliile to Marflial Wade, reported, that it was agreed that the Town fhould be delivered up to the Rebels, but did not know the Conditions. The Governor was determined to defend the CalUe to the lalt Extremity, and had prepared every Thing for that Purpofe. it was fuppofed that he will be able to hold out eight Days. I'f^hitehall, Ncv. 18. Letters from Shap of the 15th Inftant at Noon, mentioq, that the City of Carlifle iurren-dred at Ten O'Clock that Morning,' ^H^biteball, Nov. 19.  By Letters received this Morning from Edinburgh of the i5thlnilant, there ib an Account of Lieutenant General Handafyd's Arrival there the Day before from Berwick, with Price's and Ligonier's Regiments 6f Foot, and Hamilton's and Ligonier's � Regi-C ments of Dragoons     That the Magillrates had quar-^ tered the Foot and Part of the Horfe in that City.   That S the Rebels in the Shi'e of Perth were augmented to 700. Q> Lieutenant General Handafyd had kft Brigadier Fleming to command at Berwick. Stockholm, Ot??, 29. A.Commiffion is appointed, of which Adm ral R�tcrlto1pe is Frehdent, to try the Pyratc Dagenaer, who was brought hither a few Days ago, with his Son and two SwedJfli sailors. Fra,H(fort, Nov. 14. Tiic CoEgrefs of Direftorial Mi-nifters was open'd here on the 12th Inftanr by a Propo-, frtion, on th'- Part of the Eleolor of Mentz, wherein his Highnefs returned his Thanks to the feveral Princes, Di-r'eftors of the Circles of the Upper Rhine, Franconia and Swabia, for fending their Minilter - hither upon his Invitation, and exhorted them tp take the State of the Empire into their Coniideration, and to provide for its Defence and the Support of its Neutrality. Franr/irt, No-v.i^.. MarftialTraun has difpatched Officers to the fever.'d J'rir.ces in whvic Territories the An-llrians muft be lodged,' to demand Quarters, and to denre that Commiflarles may be iiniiied^ately fent to provide Sub-^ fiftance for the Troops, and regulajs the prices of the Rations and I^orage. M. Palm is gone this Morning to Ra-tifljon, and wiitbe fucceedcd hereby Baron Ranfchwachj ^s'Min^fterfrb^ithe Einpefor tp the. Circles, ' The Freilch |are retired from Worms and Spiers, within their own Limits, but neverthelefs th^ir Army receives confiderable Reinforcements, and 17 or 18,000 Men are in March from the Side of the Netherlands for the Mofelle and the Saar. Berlin, Nov^.i^. On the 14th Inftant, the Regiment of Wurtemburgh,marched from hence for Magdeburgh, whither ail the Regiments that have been encamped near Halle, are going, in order to form an Army of 24,000 Men upon the Saxon Frontiers there. The Day before Yefteraay ten Pieces oPCannon 12 Pounders, and fix 24 Ponndersj .were embarked and fent down the Elbe to the faid Town ; as was alfo a large Boat laden \yith Gun-powder. This Morning the Reigning Prince of Anhalt-Deltau Jretaking �the Command of that Army, fet out for Magdebourgh. The Regiment of Bredow re entered Yefterday to keep Garrifon here^ From Silefla we hear, that on the 4th Inftant, Prince Leapold of DeflTau, upon Advice that the Auftrian Troops intended to penetrate thro' Upper Lufatia into Silefia, and had pofted themfelves for that Purpofe at Friedland, order'd the whole Army to march towards Hirsberg, and the adjacent Places, to prevent the Execution of that Defign ; General du Moulin only being left at Landftiut and Schweitnitz with nine Battalions, five Squadrons of Rochau, and ten Squadrons Huflars of Ruefli. As the King of Pruflia propofes to head his Army again, fo his Majefty, the Prince,-of Pruflia, Prince Ferdinand of Brunfwick, and all the Generals who have been here, fet out very early this Morning for Silefia, General Budden-brock is left behind, as is M. Schmetau, and Margrave Charles, who continues to be confumptive. The Corps under Col. Frunquini is faid to have been attacked near Libau in Silefia, and to be difperfed. Lieutenant-General Sir John Legonier is perfedHy recovered of his Indiipofition, and fets out To-morrow to take upon him the Command of the Troops ordered for Lancafliire. This Day Lieutenant-General Anftruther, who commands under General Legonier, fet out for the Army. Lieutenant-General Campbell, who was faid to have embarked Yefterday for the North-Highlands, was that Day at Court: His Son is now there, and a Ship is foon to fail with Military Stores for the Country there. This Week fails from the Nore a Sloop of War for In-vernefs, with 1500 Stands of Arms for the well-afFe(5led Clans there. There went on board the faid Sloop the Mafterof Rofs, Lieutenant John Forbes, Efq; of his Majefty's Royal Blues, Son of the Lord Prefident, and feveral otherO.^cers, in order to promote his Majeity's Intereft there. We hear from Newcaftle, that Marflial Wade, who march'd from thence laft Saturday Morning for Carlifle, took the neareft Road thither, whicii, is but between 40 and 50 Miles; and in order to facilitate his Pafl'age that way, has got with him near 2000 Coal-men, &c. to clear and demolifli all Obftrudliojs.^It is expeded that he will get there this Evening, or To-morrow.-Smcc/j Jttend Hi?n ! Yefterday a Number of Horfes were mark'd at the Tower, who are defign'd to draw a Train of Artillery for a third Army, in cafe it fliould be thouglit neceffary. Yefterday fix Vefi'els laden with Powder, Ball, and warlike Stores iell down from Woolwich, for Leith in Scotland, for the Service of the'Lord Loudon's Forces. Yefterday being the Birth-day of her Royal Highnefs the Princefs of Wa!e% there was a numerous Court at Lei-cefter Houfe ; and it was obferved in the Evening throughout the Cities of London and Weftminfter with great De-monfti-ations of Joy. Yefterday his Grace the Duke of Pvichmond fet out for the Army marching towards Lancaihire. Laft Thurfday Edward Weld, Efq; arrived at his Seat in Dorfetfliire, from London, being released from his Confinement with Honour. When he approach'd his own Eftate he was met by a Number of his Tenants, who conduced him with great joy to his own Houfe. The St. Martin's Scheme having been attended with fuck great Succefs, fome Gentlemen living in other Places have been defirous \o contribute- to fo good a Defign : And, that all fuch Perfons may have an Opportunity to aflift in fo uieful an Undertaking, Attendance is given every Day, at the Veftry-Room of the faid Parifli, from Eleven to One, to receive Subfcriptiorts and Contributions ; which no doubt will be generoufly made, from many Quarters, for a Service fo very neceff";try at this Perilous juncture, and which furnifhes a Defence the moft fpeedy, and the . moft to be Telicd on, beyond a'l Comparifon. LaftTliurfday a Hofier at Poolin Dorfctfliire, being in a mehnchoily Diforder took Poifon to eiid his Days, which on Saturday ^ laft took Eff^ft, and carried him off notwithftanding the Afliftance of the Phyficians, and all poflible caretaken to expel the Poifoti. Thejohnand Thonias, Wareham, frorti Chlchefier and Shoreham, for Dublin, waj taken on Friday laft by a French Privateer, off Farring. Yefterday Morning died at Hackney^ Mark Care}% Efq; a Gentleman of good Fortune^ and much efteem'd by all that knew.him. , . On Mortdiy laft a Mati w6ll drefb'd was Found drown'd near Exeter Stairs in the Strand.        . O Yefterddy in the Afternooh died of z Dropfy, at the 1-^ Bell and Sun over againft Norfolk-ftree: in tlie Sttand, Mr, a� Emerton, an eminent Colourraan. G h;3 B    A    N    K    R    U    P    T   S. Peter Richardfon of Stockton upon Tees, in the County of Durhamj Common Brewer. Thomas Rawlinfon, of Liverpoole, Lancafter, Mer^-chant and Toyman. Benjamin Miller, of Biflioprgat^-St^eet, in the Parifh of St. Botolph without Bifllopfgate, London, Innholder, Dealer, and Chapman. William Thorpe of Botolph-Lane, London, Victualler and Chapman,     _ H igh Water at London-Bridge^ this Day at 47 Minutes after 7._   �     _ Bank-Stock 134 i ha'f India Ditto 170 a i6g 34th?. South Sea Stock 0 7 i half Ditto Old Annuities ic2 i 4th a I half Ditto New 103 a i 4th. Three per Cent: Annuities 84 a 3 8ths. Ditto 1742, 84 a 3 8ths. Ditto 1743 and 1744, 84 3 Sthsi Ditto 1745, ^4 ' 4^^ a I half. Million Benk ti3. Equivalent no 1 half. Royal Afi!'urance 79 i half London Aflurance 10 i 4.th. Ehglifla Copper 5 1. Sevfen per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Banlc Circulation 5^3. Difc. India Bonds 425. a 4: s. a 43 s. Difc. Three and a half Salt Tallies ib t 4th a to Difc. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Oi'ders no Price, Three per Cent. Ditto no Price, Lottery Tickets lo 1. 5 s. a 4 s. Years Purchafe. Life Annuities 13 i 4th a 3 8ths 2; C CO I   * Pi   The   L Y 1 N G   V t\ I, K T. The Lying Valet, by Mr, Yates ; Gaylefs, Mr.JBIakes ; Jnftice Guttle, Mr. Tafweil ; Beau Trippit, Mr, Marr j Dick, Mr. Good-eilow. Melifld, by Mrs. Bennct; Mrs. Gadab.ut, Mifs BradOiaw ; Mrs. Trippit, Mrs. King; Prlffy, Mifs Cole; Kitty Pry, by Mi's. Yates. Boxes 5 s.    Pit 3 s,     Firft Gallery 2 s.     Upper Ga.'lery J ?. Place' for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Hobfon, at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. .      'fo begin exaaiy at Six o'Clock. __ Q:.V By E N T-G A R DEN. DESIRE o AT the Theatre-Royal In Covent-Ga;den, Q ^ L this Day, will be prefented a Comedy, cali'd p^y/  E   U E   R   A   L N o R, Grief A-la-Mode. Th� Part af* I.itl)tiJ?rn'niprr>n     JiiTrT Hnttiin inf nrri V� a Hale; Sable, Mr. Hippi%"; Trim, IVtr Cfia pmsn C, 'y, Mr. Woodward; Trtifty, Mr. Bridgwater ; Lord Brampton, Mr. Cib-fon. Lady Harriet, Mrs*Hale; Farthingale, Mifs Hippiiley j Ma-dem. D'Epinple, Mrs. DunftaH. The Part of Lady Charldtt? bv Mrr.Pritchard. To which will bfe added a Farce, cali'd ' The CHEATS of S C A P I N/' The Part of Scap'n by Mr. Hlpp'fley. ^ With Entertainments of Dancing, prticularly A new Comic Dance, cali'd The Peafeftt by Mr. Cooke and others. Boxes 5 s.    Pit 3 s.    Firft Gallery 3 5.    Upper Gallery is. To beg'n exaifliy at Sir o'CJijck. ADVERTISEM"ENTS',are taken in for this Paper, acLLOVD's Coff.ee-House, in Lombard-Street. NoWopden Shoes. No Arbitrary Power.   

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