General Advertiser, December 2, 1745

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 2, 1845, London, Middlesex ^ ..T ^ I? -"i >A iiii 7mi � i 111 I " nifjiirin by^his B^ajefty'sMDiaef, 'That the Engagements vyhyrh * fqbfift. bttwijenbis Majeftyand the jCourt of Verfailles, * wiU nethiirfer kim* from niakiiffi good thofe before coi^-f, traaed%4^the Xingof GreatSriku^^ thaty.uponthis * Prlndjpl^ ^iBsli^ajetty "will not fail of. femfing an Auxp-' arjr Body of Tropps for Scotland, if the, |^a*5bf * ICingdoni contiguf th^ir Prpgrefs, or if any' |pm% Foww, \ Tirf�atfoevc^,lhall /end'Tyq^ps to i^titJimsxi^i * Uie^|ij5^.*fiaevi}n^ployan his Force?. ixiit|edacft U^e jlebdbv j^jj^ jnai,^ " up(�^ t$e "l3ira^e^ G jeat-Britami ;i&^ ppfed \i: wer^ from thfiit' m^nd rhe Ha^ard^Slpop.' dj^at^y a/Fofty follow hi'mfelf the;i Lord John Dri ^cptland, � ' on the Co^It^l haven, J�h^ M^^tc^t which ha^lxen Wbwit' 6ff the? G^"�ath tfie Jiodiow Cattle was xetorh'd pn the'24a "voy much /battered. ,Tha! the; Ji&mfer^^ ^*i�|Shlhire aiid thPSgh^ ringtpiv^fj^hft iiSislr mennon^"0^r-ifwo! ?0^ns wefe ti-ken .(fere^A^Motning, wteDf^ ^aft�f'Exan^iiiifeiph^,' cdH- ' ffefled that they werecpme to fcefp^ Proyifioiw fpr the Rebel Army,, whici^ accordihg^to .tijeif Account^ fp xiiarch the fame^p^y J&)r Wig^;. ^n3^,thdt|eved &ey WotJd He ilt Warrington the Day folIoWing;; and that the fam^e. Advice >was c0n%m'.d by a Mefl^ger of their owri,, w^p fiW a Party come into Wigan, ancb de-mind QQartmftr'80OQ-,Meni A Ppflfcriptto;tti.efanje Letter -me6tion^s, that foiiie Jk%^QV^ the JRebejs- wer6, fiQ^%rifi|| wWas:ab^^ Warrington, and /�"thiftpml'xJi/eregp^;tp;M . -r'Tf;pii^||phg 1 , tb^^'l^ ^'tS^'^bf. In �|with It the i^een^if Po- 'hich M. da biiei^ll? J^atupbn tJja'Ariaval t(?|y enteiitJ^"Empi[r^4ia ^e^jeoal*S|feriie%?^^i^ lde^^le�^|$iN#%ii:b&e f^ntei&er ^'^-^^eil^ipay rqjuire,' or ""^iay^l^^^proper.l v^i^^ Bri-X^btxdibasffiiied&tely^^to ^n-x '.It is:iaid,ftHa:UieR?n, fbif this'Expe^tiob, 4^d ________ , knowri, will fie atCbfiiin- gcn, from-wfipice tiiey will niardtto Rypen, th.&ce tago on board the.'TcasfpPtt Ships that �ie;getting^ready ^fbr t^t -Puipofc. \- * 'J he Jews at Bediithavp fentinto^ilefii 500,060 Livres, for th^tlfe of ^3Cfeg ofl^ffia, having the neceflary Orders f�mP�m for i&ttjfurtfdfe. The Prince orAnh^t-Deflau ^in^Poffeffion of Leipfick, fromiwhcncewe are told that ihis.TrpopS tommit no Ex-ceiTes. ' - ^ Uponr the Advancement :o�va^PtaflI|n JDetachihent to -Zittau� Princc^harlesretired ta Gabel in-Bohidihia, Where heJs calli8g;together all the Detachments of jiis Ariny, in Oiderto c6meto:(deafive AiSlion; order to make^te Auftnaos rpiseput of the Palatinajc, .^le-i ' %fflered,)ifo)m^ ~ ' iptflfot _ ^ Subj^wholiave ^^PubliGl|^^,> ia [iftw*al;Pffi' ikuk' for Scotv aay - t^tp^y^ Nj. ready to fml'ift'^^opa  Prom the L6nd(3en Gazette. Wbitef^UiNov. z8.^ByAdvie6s'cfthc 26th, ftpmKfen* cheller, ^fh^e is an AcQount, fi^t fix Quarter' Makers belpngin^ to.the Rebels came, into Prefton, at Eleven o'clock* that Bay, tP prowde Quart^^ for*t|ieir .i^y, whipl^ was tp iiendczvpus on Prefton Moor upon the 2^|h; ai^'they gave qutthat |h)m thence they propof^d tPMYiwfiP topManchetlcr.. They have proclaim'd the Preten^r tin every: Market Town, and have levied the Excife. '[ -'^if(eha//, Nov. 29. By Letters from �dinburgl�fthe 25^ It^nt there is Advice* That on Saturday laft ^out fW P^^ck in the- Evening, a Ship atteihptii^ to tome into tw llafbour d{ Montrofe, iavmg no J^at to con4ud Ritrer^l^dSo'upDn the Haz^d SloiSf d*firing, ihe put out jari^^ Crfours, but that fomei Hoi^i^ after ^tVm found bjjimtflSw?�ti Frenth SJup, and had brought pyeir two ,edm|KUiif� MdJiBMf dfl^oni'Jbh^ arid hatflo^Ciarri^e Gwisbefii^Sw^^s aiadth^tflie raihe b|�%iUitii^iee'^vc^er,$Kip'3^^^^^^^ |he rellSbf that Regiment, and Jlp^partM^'wi^ them in (he Storpiy,-W^�^ ISh^r," anil-knewnot wkii�T^,^ ^at I the^ tibTBifSig^ the'H�5*r4 SliJop k;the Hafb'ouf,.Tap- m^^nd^mh .Litdiitid: af^ * a#:|#^l�i;Pi^JheE*aiin^befer6, . _ :t^d^i^tfi?y-h8dr^cew'#:A'rad-, yaiiced^Fl^^ till ll?b^ i7th^t'Livef-, pooL tP,dfett4^ Q^rt^s fpr,;rQO/Men; - ' Whitekaill, Nev* JP, Letters. rec.dvsd to Bayrffjioih Litclifiie^ of j^' 23th Inftaijfe bfing Advice, itfiati and Ifhat tkey? had Ad-counts of Marlhal Wade's basing advanced to Peilbridge dh� the 28th.  , , By an Exprefs of the frprtt Xltchfi^jd,'recelvaf finee th:e al?ove> ^tis wlrtfer^tthe tv^ Baft^ltis �f Guards whicK' wmt. frSrii hent^^ Wrd^y l^t- v>Mm guSed itfelf, by^^provHmg;2.oT6i�s for thiit Purpofcat theirown-Expfence.. ' '/ . " -� ' ...,' mUeball, Nov., 30. This Mpifmng Archibald ^tsewart, Efq- late Provoff of Edi'nburgji'was takcnint^ puitody of two of his Ma^efty's Melfeifers^^ : " " WhUehallf Nov. 29. B/Advicts^dmDeal of the 28th, the Ci?w of the Sjbip btt�gbt>rtl^er%^th^|g�rD^ � AHere ^'^t# A.wp g-.S>3��sinCompany;:*^^ -%eati)ST:^hatthePrize c�netid1fie Coaft p^^^gjtlM^^ but being chaied by a Man of pot %S$,^;.an^was (T> Prifoners there appear tobefofneH^^,Mo WiJte^talcen ' frifoners [laft Cainpaij^^ jn ^^d&'s, and wwe a^ttt- ' ''*yji;ii*tf.o^if^ Stench S^ce. Th^e!aiK,!iiaL S;f D^f^ ^m^e scotch R^fmeht,i?t%lS "tDillon'i^ T''-- ' " ��. -' Rpbert^ron, tapte^^ ' A D VERT ISE M E K TS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-Street. No Wooden Shoes. No Arbitrary Power, ;