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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 27, 1845, London, Middlesex The General Advertifef. WEDNESDAY, November 27, i745' o Dealy November 2- RRIVED laft Night his Mdjefty's Ship thfe Tryton, and Succbfi from a Cruize; and remain, with his Majeftys Ships Norwich, Admiral Vernon, and the reft of the Men of War, as in my laft. Arrined the Sheernefs Man of War, with a French Privateer. Wind North. The Haflemere, Walker, from B^badeesj is arrived at Plymouth. The Mary, JefFeries, from Jamaica, at Portfmouth. LONDON. From the London Gazette. Willamjiadt, Nov. 26. N,S. Yefterday in the Afternoon arrived here one of the Newcaftle Tranfports; it was fepa-rated from the Fleet lafl Tuefday, which came in this Day; the whole confifts of 14 Sail, twelve of which will take in the two Troops of Ligonier's, and four Troops of General Hawley's: The Embarkation will begin on Sunday Morning, and it is hoped all will be on Board by Tuefday Night. The other two Tranfports, with one that was left behind of the laft Embarkation, will take in about 500 Foot, which are now here from the Hofpital, and returned Prifoners from France. Haguey Dec. 3, N.S. By our laft Advices from France we hear, that a Corps of I'roops belonging to the Army of the Infant in Italy, had furprized die little Town of Chivas, about Five Leagues from Turin. The Tranfports at Dunkirk, with the Scotch and Irifli Troops on Board, are reported twice to have put to Sea, but to have been driven back as often into Port by contrary Winds and bad Weather. Sterling, Nov. i^. This Town has raifed 400 Men, and put them under the Command of General Blakeney, who armed and reviewed them laft Saturday, Edinburgh, Nov. 19. Upon the Application of Provoft Cochran, and the Magiftrates of Glafgow, for 1000 Arms, w^they are immediately to be fentthither; and the Eaxl of 1^ Hume, with two IVoops of Dragoons, is going to Glaf-gow, in order to difcipline and put in Order the Men O which the City have in Readinefs. The Accounts ^e had fLi of Colonel Campbell defeating and difperfmg a Body of Q the Rebels of about 1 30, who came into Cowel in Argyl-^ ihire, 'in order to raife Men for the Rebel Army, is confirmed ; and that the Deputy Lieutenants in that Shire, in purfuance of his Majefty's Orders, are endeavouring, with the utmoft Diligence, to raife a confiderable Number of Men for the Service of the Government. The Inhabitants of this City, who before the Rebels came here had fub-fcribed Sums of Money for raifmg and maintaining icoo Men for the Support of his Majefly's Government, and had obtained his Royal Approbation, are now putting the fame in Execution, under the commanding Officer in Scotland. Whitehall, Nov. 25. Advices from Pennth of the 20th at Night, mention, that the Rebels to the Amount of 3000 had been entring that Place from Four in the Afternoon to Nine, and that feveral thoufand t^en were expefted there the next Day i that according to all Appearance their Intention was to march Southwards, � and that a Party of them, confifting of 120 Men, had gone that Afternoon to Lowther-hatt, Lord Lonfdale's Seat. , Letters of the 21ft from the fame Place fay, the Rebels had been coming in there all that Day; that thofe which had arrived the Day before were all gone the Lancafhire Road; that Lord George Murray, Lord Elcho, Lord Nairn, Gienbucket, the Perfon Ailing himfelf Duke of Perth, were arrived at Penrith, and the Pretender's Son Was expefted every Minute. Letters from Kendal of the 21ft bring Advice, that about 120 Horfe, belonging to the Rebels, were come into that Town, and that Orders had been given for preparing Quarters for 2000 Foot, which were to be there that Evening under the Command of Lord Geoige Murray. Letters of the 22d from the fame Place fay, that the Rebels were arrived there, and that they gave out that they propoftd to be at Lancafter upon the 23d. Whitehall, Nov. 25. By Advices of the 22d from Penrith, the Highland Army which marched in there on the 2111 was to halt that Day. The Pretender's Son with his Houfehold, came in at the Head of a Regiment of Foot, about Three that Afternoon ; that by the bpft Reckoning that could be made at Emont ar^d Fallowfield-Bridge, the whole of their Army did not exceed 7000 Men ; that th? C Body of regular Horfe is very intftnfiderable. There are not as yet above 30 HufTars, befides thofe that marched with the Van Guard Yefterday to Kendal j that Carlifle was left with only about 100 ; that they tklked 6f grekt Numbers who were to join them from Scovtand ; that old Gienbucket was gone forward with Lord Elcho; that their whole Train of Artillery did not amount to above 16 fmall Field Piecfes ; that their feaggage Waggons, which were about 20 in Number, weib very flenderly guarded, fome of them being drawn by Three and others by Two Horfbs, and that it was expefted tha: the whole Body would march from Penrith upun the 24th. Whitehall, Nv. 26. B/Advices from Leverpoql of the 24th, there is an Account, that nine Men belonging to the Army of the Rebels came into Burton about One of the Clock in the Afternoon cf tlieijd, and demanded Quarters for 100 Horfe and 700 Foot. Letters from Lancafter of the 24th take Nodce, that the Van of the Rebel Army, confifting of the Numbers above, arrived there that Day ; and that the young Pretender, with the main Body, lay at Kendal the Night before. Whitelall, Nov. 26. There are Letters from the North which mention, that upon the 14th Inftant, about 40 Carts belonging to the Rebels, and loaded with Arms, Bread, Highland Plads and Waftecoats/ were feized and plundered by the Country People in the County of Annan-dale, within ten Miles of Dumfries. Whitehall, Nov.zb. An Exprefsjuft arrived from Mar-ftial Wade, dated the 23d at Newcaftle brings Advice, that the Army under his Command was returned thither the 22d, and was received and lodged by the Magiltra:es and Inhabitants in the pubKck, Halls, Glafs-houfes, Malt-houfes and other empty Buildings; and that, upon the News of the Motions of the Rebels, it had been refolved in a Council of V\'ar, to marcii the whole Army Southward, on Sunday the 24th Inftant, in Purfuit of them; Whitehall, Nov. 26. His Majefty has been pleafed to order a third Battalion of the Foot Guards, and likewife the Regiment of Dragoons commanded by the Right Hon. the Lord Vifcount Cobham, to march forthwith towards Lancaftiire, in order to join the Army which is alfembling under the Command of his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland. This Day his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland fet out from St. James's, to take upon him the Comfnand of the Army, now on its M^ch towards Lancafhire. Deal, Nov. 25. This Afternoon arrived here his Ma-jefty's Ship Sheernefs, Captain Bully, and brought in a French Privateer called the Soleil, which he took off the Dogger-Rank. She came from Dunkirk the 21ft, and was bound toMontrofs in Scotland, and has on board Mr. Ratcliff'c', (who ftiles himfelf Earl of Dervventwatcr) with 20 Colonels, Captains, &c. Irifti, Scotch and French, befides 60 other Men. Extras of a Letter fiom /pulby in Wejlmorland, dated Nov. 22. ' For thefe feveral Days paft we have had a Party of the Rebels confifting of about 200 in Number reconnoitring this Town and the Villages adjacent, they have plundered and robb'd all without Diftindion neither fparing Men, Women or Children. At Mrs. Sheldon's they killed about 20 Sheep and tarried them off; at Afpey, they feiz'd upon twelve Young Fellows, a Part of our Miliria, whom they oblig'd to fwear never to Aft againft the Chevalier on Pain of Military Execution, in fhort they appear to be nothing but a ragged Crew cf Mifcreants, who commit every Outrage, without regard to Law or Decency.' Extratl of a Letter from Leverfa-jl, Nov. 23. * Laft Week all the Powder in our Magazine was removed on board fome Ships in the Harbour, as was the beft Effeds of the Merchants and Traders in the Town, according to the Advice cf Marftial Wade, by a Letter to our Mayor, to prevent them falling into the Hands of the Rebels.-^Our Affairs are in fo bad a Situation, that all Trade and Bufinefs is at fland ; and we cannot hope to fee Trade flouriOi, till Forces, by God's Afliftance, ftops the Career of thefe Rebels.' The French Ambailador at Stockholm has proffered to the Swedifh Officers, that will enter in the Service of France, 2000 Livres for a Colonel, 1 800 for a Lieutenant-Colonel, 1600 for a Captain, and 600 for every Subaltern. He has remitted to him for this Purpofe 50,000 Crowns, and a great many Gentlemen offer to engage. They write from Genoa, that rhe Englifti Fleet, which hadcruifed for fome Time about Corfica ind Sardinia, to the Number of 24.;'6hip?, has quitted fhofe Seas, and is fuppofed to be failed for Maiion. 'J he Mafter cf a VefTel from Bafpelona report;, that 5000 Men, Horfe and Foot,- O CO -s were ready to embark there, with a great Quantity of Anl-munition. His Majefty was pTeafed to return the f allowing moft gracious Anfw'er to the humble Addrefsand AIToci tion of the Lord Chancellor of Great Britain; Lord Lhief Juftice Of the K'ng's Bench, &c. * t Thank yO'i very heartily for this affeftldnnte Addrefs O ' \_ and Afibciatidn. The Duty and Zeh.1 you expre mongft my ' people. The Law of the Lana has been always confi- " ' der'd bv Me as the fure Foundation of the Prerogative ' of the Crown, and the Liberties of the Suhjcft ; and you ' may depend on my conftant Care to preferve that Law, * and toproteft and encourage the ProfelTors of it. His Majefty was pleafedj at the Delivery oftheAddref, to confer the Honour of Knighthood on, Martin Wright, one of the juftices of tkeKing's-Bench. James Reynolds^ one of the Barons of the Exchequer. Thomas Burnet, one of the Juftices cf the Common-Pleas. Thomas Dennifon, one of the Juftices of tlie King's Bench. Thomas Bootle, Chancellor to his Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales. Samuel Prime, ,and Thomas BIrcli, two of his Majefty's Serjeants at Law. And .' . Richard Lloyd, one of his Majefty's Council. We are alTured that his Majefty out of his Royal Bounty of his Privy Purfe has ordered all the Soldiers under hiS Royal liighnefs and General Wade, now marching to defend the Rights; La,ws; Liberties and all that is dear-_ and valuable to Engliftiiilen; two pair of Shoes each, a noble Example of Royal Goodnefs and worthy of that Care and Clemency for which this prefent llluftrious Family is eminently remarkable. We hear, that a Subfcription will be open'd this Day by the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor and feveral of tnc Ai-drrmen, to raife a Sum for recruiting his Maje'iy's Forces, in order to fupprefs the prel'cnt unnatural Reoellion. Monday lalt two Waggons loaded with Money, for the Payment of th-e Army under his Royal Highnefs, went from the Pay-Oftice at Whitehall guarded by a Pt�rty of Horfe Grenadiers. It is reported that the Spy Priva'eer was lately loft in a Storm in the Bay of Bilcay, and all the Crew penfh'd. The Parham, Brooks, bound fiom Newfoundland to Biddeford^. was loft on Wednefday lail: near the latter Place; and all loft but a Man and a Boy. At the fame time a Dutch VefTel was loft at the faid Place. When the Poft was coming away from Dover on Monday laft, two of his Majefty's Sloops brought in a French Privateer. On Saturday laft died Samuel Perry; Efq; worth about 50,000 I. a Perfon valued f )r his Honour, Humanity an3 Sincerity. Agent to moft of his Majefty's Captains of Men of War, &c. Yefte day Mr. Cleverly,^ who formeriy lived with the Right Hon. the Lord Delaware, was appointed a Meffen-ger Extraordinary to his Majefty, and took the Oaths accordingly. On Monday Evening as the Wife of Mr. Johnfon, a Gardener near Marybone, was going home, fhe was ftopt in the Fields by two Rogues, who robb'd her of fevcft Shillings,- and made off towards Tottenham Court. Yellerday Numbers 20,242, ijj'ogg, 22,050; 4-,'712, 7,-9i3, 3o;i42, 24,458, and 36,365 were drawn Prizes of 100 I. each. We hear that the Committee of St, Martin's in the: Fields attend again-Daily at the Veftry-Room thereof, from four to fix iff the Afternoon, to enlift Men into his Mpjefty's Land Forces; and to receive the fecohd Payments of the Subfcribers, and the Contributions of all other Perfons who' are willing to fjrward fo good a Work ; and that they havei (fince they began to enlift again, on Thurfday laft t?he 21ft Inftant) enlifted upwards of Forty Men; over and above the 300 they had raifed before A large and frefh Parcel of Genuine. IR-ISH STUFFS 9 made in the neateil Manner, is juft arriv'd at Wells znd Hartlfi Warehtaufe at the Naked Boy and Woolpack m Ludgace-ftreet; with the greateft Vaiiety of entire New,' : and Uncommon Mixtures,- in all Colour? and Qiiaiities. They fell other Sorts of Stuffs and Cheap Goods,-and di^f ' as largely in Silks; as ufual. . ^ AD VERTISEM E NTS are taken in for thrs Paptr, at Lloyd's Coffee-House; in Lombard-Strecc. No Wooden Shoes. No Arbitrary Power.
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