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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 21, 1845, London, Middlesex N N O V E M B A SCHElVtE that was offer'd.to the SuBSORiBERs Br/J^ol, in Defence of his Majefty and his Government, which is now offered to the ?onlidOTation pf all SusscRifiEas in other Places, who are undstcrmin'd in what Manner to lay out their Subst r ipt ion-Mo n ky., EXPENCE of Ten Compan i es upon the_foUo'wi�g Footing for ONE YEAR, c^i Proposals /or Regulating them. s. Levy-Money for 780Mea, Non-Commif-1 7. fion Officers, and Cwitmels, at 4 /. /)^r > 3120 o Man � J Hats, Coats and Breeches, at 30.x./^r Man 1270 o Pay to Ten Captains, at IQ s.per Diem Ten Lieutenants, at 4/. 8 they immediately went out, and fiiot 15 more of his Sheep; and having bled them, they ripped them up, left their Guts in the Field, and carried the Carcafll's into the Farrrier's Houfe j where they quarter'd and drefs'd them after tKeir Highland lafli.'on, Extrad of a Letter from Berivick^ No^j. 13. ' Yefterday 1 faw an Exprefs that came in here from the ' Provoft of Perth, dated Nov. 8, advifing that 500 Re- * bels, of the Fraferf, Mackintofties andMacdonalds, had ' come to Perth, all arm'd with Guns, Piftols, &c. They * rob and plunder the Country in the Day-time, without * the leaft Spark of Humanity ; and all Night keep Guard * in the Houfes of the well-affeded, whom they ufe witti ' the utmoft Barbarity. Sir James Kinloch is made She- * riff and Foffe Comitalus of the Shire of AngU5, and ii ' preffing all the Men he can to take up Arms. Lewii ' Gordon, Brother to the Duke, is bringing up all the Brae ' of Mar Men he could get. There are levcral OlHcers ih * the Blair of Athol raifing Men, and have fent out Parties * to intercept any Deferters from their Army that is gone * into Eng and. Some of the Ships that arrived from * France with Military Stores and Ofiicers, fteer'd by the ' Coaft of Holland to the Naze of Nor�vay, and thence * to the North of Scotland. Yefterday wr.s brought in from Holy I/land^ three Gentlemen of the Name of Madauchlan, that were going in a Scotch Ship for London, and are committed to our Goal, on Sufpicion of being concerned with the Rebels. Randall, the Quarcer-maller taken lately by fome of our Volunteers, is gone to Scotland with General Handafydc. He has already made fome important Difcoverie?, and 'tis expefled he will make more. Edinburgh, Km, 13. Yefterday Donald Macdonald, of KinIoch-moyd.art, Efq; was carried Priibnerto the Cattle ) he was feized by the Country People at Leiniahagoe on his ^ Marcti to join the Highland-Army. Papers of Confe- O quence were found about him. Andlaft Night-Spalding, of Whitefield, Efq;wai ^ incarfcratcd likewife in the Caltle , He had a Commilfion < from the young Chevalier, and afted as an Officer in t!ie ^ Battalion of Athol Men, but was returning with Dif-patches from the North. This Day Icveral of the Lords of Seflion, with a great Number of the Gentlemen from the Counties of Edinburgh and Haddington are to meet at Mufleburgh, to concc-rt � Me:ifures for rc-ciiablifhing our Tranquillity. They are to come into this City in Parade : The Mufick-BcUs are already ringing, and it is faid the Caftle will fire. Yefterday an Exprefs arrived at the Secretaries Office, from Edinburgh. It is faid that the Number of the Rebejs who enter'd Carlifle were ne.ar 5000, and that the Remainder of their Army, amounting to 30CO, were in the adj.-.ccnt Villager, whcie they extort from the Inhabitants, Pruvifions, jMo-ney, clc. By a Letter Yefterday from Newcaftle, we have a Confirmation, that the Army march'd from thence on Saturday Morn ng eaily ; that the whole Body were in good Spirits, and earnel\ly defired to engage the Rebels. It is pofitively afiirm'd that the Rebels have made themfelves Mailers of the Caltle of Carlifle ; that when they enter'd it, the Duke of Perth bchav'd in a moll nr-^ rogant manner, as did all the princip.al Commanders; and Ihew'd what all thfjfe in their Power muft expcft. ^ By Let-tcrs from Coventry we arc informed that on .Mon- ^ day livening 200 chofcn Men, belortging to the Foot cf Genenal Legonier's Army, (who arrived at that City in ^ their way to Lancaihire) were dlfpatch'd onHorfhackto r-t-Cheiler, to endeavour the Defence of that Piace, in i. afe the Rebels fiiould reach thither ; and the Troops in gene-ral arc order'd to make long Marches. --- A D V ERTISE M EN TS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coff No Wooden Shoes. No A EE-House, in Lombard-Srrest, No Arbitrary Power.
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