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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 10, 1845, London, Middlesex                                5r T^U E S0 A Y,   DEefeNTBfiR lo,   1745. 0 �BMAIN in the Dowfis his Majcfty's [ Ships I^prwlch, Admiral te^oii ;\ -Ruby, Saphire-, Tryton,^|ia|one, Pool,. Shieemefs, .Duke S^j^ord, afidthe Dutch Men of #ar^. Arrived-, Glover. Wiiid^'.N-.E.- Falm^B, pee, s-  SJifclWp !. arrived,the Margaret, Be^etjiiJGpin ^_________       Rotterdain for the Straite; Dane, from the Canaries for Altena. Sailed the DiUg^hce; fiark, foi^adeira; and' the Jamaica Sloop of War. Wind North.     . Pooly Dec. 7.  Sailed the Faulcon, King, For London. WindN.E.    } ' ' \ Co=west Dee:';. . Yeftefdajr came from Spithead the '] ^jT^yhktnd Man^qf: A^ar, having on board the Hohburalble "^iliWaJor^Geherd'J^hn Campbell^ and failed a^in this MdVnihg: w^ the tvlro Tenders, (all well on hoitd)- to theVi^Jvva^ WifidN.E. Thejofiah, Hiles, from Dantzick, is arrived,in the HAmber.-'^    ... L O N D ON. � From the London Gaze.tfc '�itfraordi;nary. . . }folttngh�tn, De  marched that Day into Coventry, and that the reft of the Infantry was encamped, on Merfiden Common : That the Flannel Waiftcoats for the Troops were arriyed at Coventry : That his Ro)'al Eiighnefs had received fe\'eral concurrent Advices of the Rebels having left Derby on Friday Mornin& and' marched towards Afhbourn, after having levied a great Sum upon the former Town, under Pain of military Execution., Letters from Leicefter of the 7th mention, that the Rebels marched that iDay from Afhbourn towards Leek, -^nd that it was thought their Route was, for Waks.. ' .., They write from Paris, that the Peopife are very much furprized at M. Orry's Refignation of^the- important Poll of Comptroller-General, for which no Reafon has bcea, alhgned. This Minifter has been always much approv'dl by the Public, and has brought the'Finances into exceeding good Order. M. Marchault d'Armenoville, whofuc-t'eeds him, is alfo reckon'd an able Man, and, what may poffibly contribute more to his Prom'otJon, is -a Rektioa.of M. d'Argenfon. /. W;hen we have the greateft Reafori to expeft a powerful Embarkation from Dunkirk, the Letters fsffered to come from that Port are writ in a much lefs bullying Strain than they have been for fome Time paft, when we had not the fame room for Apprehenfions.-But this Stroke of Fxepch Policy cannot fucceed againll an awak'eh'd and powerful People. Private Letters from the Hague fay, that a feparate Peace, between the King of Pruffia and the King tff Poland, Eledorbf Saxony, is much talk'd of there. We have received very Autflentick Advices from Nottingham, by a Letter dated Saturday iVight pall loo'Clock, that Part of Marfhal Wade's Horfe arrived there that Evening. Yellerday a Train of 32 Pieces of Cannon, with Powder-Carriage", Waggons, &c. vvem drawn out of the Tower, for the Ufe of a third Army, to be commanded by his Majefty in Perfon. The fame Day 24. Chefts of Arms were fent from the Tower in Waggons, for the Ufe of the above-mentioned Army. We hear, that Orders are fent for General Bland's Regiment of Horfe, and Lord Mark Kerr's Dragoons are . crt^i^ tot^ march to the Army afTembling on Finchley- The Gentlemen of the Temple, vho have enter'd into an Allociation to mount Giiard at St. James's, AchaViiig agreed upon their Uniform, which is agreeable to the � Dignity of the Perfons whp have fubfcrib'd, will ijia few Days appear in Hide Park, alid' &c reviewed by General?  FoUiot. . , ^ . - �X CI 4-1 Wehiearthittwo of his MajeHy's Officers oftheExciie at Derbj^. W(�e carried off by the Rebels, for refufing^td de-, liver up't&^ir A<;couiits. / . The Court of Lieutpnancy met agair^ Yidftel^y, and ordered thait only four' Gom|tfme6 of the tity Train'd Bands, {hdf(ldbe^1d'ut in tile Da:y and one Regimeat eachfNighi, txhda of la Zetfkr/rok Diikiar, dated Diicimber 3'. * Beavqr, late of the FoJi Man of War, was thrown up by * theSek, and w�as this. Afternoon interred with all the * Decency and Cereimony ufual; a:ll the People of the bell * Faftiion in Towh, and fi�ine of the neighbouring Gen-' tieinen attfendihg i and had there been Time for a further * Intimationi Idarefay th6 Company liv-ould have,been * conliderably inPre mimerbus, in adutifiklRiEgard t6 a Man * \vh6 had tM'Efte^m of dll the welfi^affeaed. rfi . . ' This Afternppn vve w^ijeadvifed, that Admiral BJ^ng^ R * has tiaken and/ent into the' Frith, one of the'Fferich' � Trafifpdfts With 250 Meht\4o jbf the fairfe Fleet are on * the Strand at Mbntrolsj two at Stonehaven, and one or * two 'niore fuffered the fame^ate at Peterhead^ bntJts re-_ * ported the Men efcaped out of thofe laft mentioned. JE^raff of a Letter from Ciejler, Dec. 7. * Yefterday 600 of the Militi^, of this County entered this City, unde#, the Command of Sir Willoiigjjjjjj, Aihton,'Bart. and Peter Leice^er, Efq; followed by a great Number of Gentianen, being ordered here by the Lord Lieutenant of the County, to defend the City in cafe the Rebels make this Way. To tell you df our Calaihitjr is. moriE thah I tui exprefs, for above this Month pal^, little or. no Bufinefs has been done in the City, pur Wheat is ftill in InaiiyPlaces unfow'd, and the Induftribus Poor are now fta'rvSng,' for Want of Employment,- our Shops are flnit up every Day, as Sundays j in a; Wbrdi' if this Country is not. foon rid of,the Rebels, all Provifions wilt be fo dear,^ that few will be able to get Money to purchafe common Neceffaries? \,P.S. Laft Night a Party of Sowle's Regiment bi^ought to this Caftle, :tw nd fubmit, greatNumbfers of'^them being fo ill of'the Flux, and' their Legs fo fwoUen with Cold, that many of them have diedwitliin a few Days. -Other Letters fay they are ftill in high Spirits.' .Yellerday came Advice, that the Rhoda, Marlhal, firom Jamaica; the Elizabeth,-Clack,, from Virginia, both for London j the Rlizabetii, from Cork for Rairbadoes; a Ship from Falinpiith for Lilboh, are taken by the French, and carried.into St. Maloes. We.hear the following Commanders, are alfd carried into M.artinico, by the French, viz. Capt, I^ndy, troih Virginia for Barbadoes, Capt. Sears, from North-Carolina for ditto. Capt. Witteronge, from Virginia for Antigua.' Capt. Eyes, from Barbadoes for Philadelphia^ Capt. Binhy, from Btptton for Barbadoes. iZlapt. Willioms, from New-London, for ditto, Capt. Seroque, from Maiyland for ditto. Capt. Ppiriton, from Bblton fpr Edftatia. Capt. Bendfy, from Virgiiiia for Antigua. ^ Alio two Sioops from Virginia, with Capt. Brown, and Capt. Mac MuUan, from Glafgow. Yefterday Morning, at 3 p'Clock a dreadful Fire broke out at Mr. Tprin's, an Exchange Broker in Nicholas-lane Lombard-ftreet, which in a very fhort tigie confum'd the faid Houfe, and greatly damag'd tWo others before it could be extinguiih'd it had got to fuclta heighth in the Houfe before the Family were alarm'd, that their Effefts were entirely confum"'d, and Mr. Torin and his Wife were pbligied tp.get.putQf their Chamber Window to fave their Lives; but his Clerk was burnt to death, as was alfo a Majd-Servaht; and a young Lady who was a Companion to Mifs Torin, and was obliged to, leap out of a Wmdow to avoid being burnt, died Yefterday in the Evening of the BruifesftieJiacf received". Yefterday Number 18,952 was drawn'a Prize of 2 29�^67, 45,482, 42,830, 14,,955, and 16,493, Prizes of tool. eich. S C O T L       N  D. Edinburgh; D^. 3. Lieutenant General Gueft, is ap-jointed General antl Commaiider in Chief of all his _ ;iajefty*s'Forc^es^ Forts, ahd Garrifons in Scotland. General jHandafyde is to command in Berwick, and the North of England, ^ 'lis- iaid 2000 regular Troops are detached from Marlhal Wade's Array, and qn their March for this Place. The Advices from the North are pr^ dark, the Pofts refufingto dillcover any Part of their Imelligente. But as Gentlemen can be relied on, who came jalt Night from within a few. Miles of Montrpfe, ti^we has Been" no other Landing in thefe Parts, befides what was formerly mentioned. The Admiral with four other Ships of WaJ-, was in purfuit of two French Men of War, and had taken on board the Prifoners, confifting pf no lefs than 250 Men, taken on board -the French Ship now in Leith Read. That Veffel has Furniture for Horfes, Arms, &c. on board. The new Levies in this City go on veiy fuccefsfulfy ; there are already inlifted upwards of 400, including thofe iaifedin the Weft by Capt. Robertfon, befides the City Guard if Arms are to be delivered them this Week. In all th^ Pa;iOies of this Shire, Perfons of every Denomination, have been unanimous to rifque their Lives if there be Occafion, in Defence of his Majefly's Perfon and .r,Gdven�iifent,:and.ihis Metropolis. 'd from this. City WeftwaritoSctflMig/'xfO .   / Argjdftiire. the. Pebplie' fliew a great=''Ek^meis tti rife ttnder Major Geheral'Cf^inpb^i; .arid hb'wiH, foon Arm therfi, and adl for the Seryic* of theGovferhment itt th?|e , In the Weft of Scotlan^l the_ Spirit of bearing Arms p^e- viils to a very greatDcj^e'e. ' ......'   . The Accounts frpmi Montrofe arfe, Siat Lard John Drumpignd 'had' landed 4" or 50.0 Men: ^hSt iTiefe jyeK two - Ships in that Harbour^ one pretty large ofi ilpwax� ^ of 3d-Guns; tha:t they had erefted threii -Battelriiesi at the>^ Mouth.of the Rivers tiiat the Haiard S^f^'-defended Q liiiiilliin fliiiwiii ijiiiiinfiifiijiiiliirili I A if is faid the,Captain arid Gii'ew are. Pfifohfeirs.H^ of Waratt6mj5ted to relieve her on. Friday, b^6t wasiiujrt m her Boltfprit from th^. Batteries, and obliged to (leer One Tranfport is lanied' at Stonhaveny with about -jop Men;; -who inSrched, 'forward immediatisly to Mdn- ; Irofe. ..... : ',' ' '.-AA t/'-      ' f.'' ; Lord Lewis .Gordon iVio^.Jaft Weelt at Strathbbgie, and ^ liad Ifefe d Guard in AbdifeeW. ^   i^-. It) is Oiid-the' Eitl, of^^Pudon is to march'Southwards immediately. Qn Saturday laft.bdjg'^iJVndf^W'sth^ Rig^ \ Honourable the Earl of Rftchati wa^.tjnanisijiiufly .chof& m Grand Maftei of the FreeJsfefons.in Scotland^ To the Author o'f tKe? Genbral AbVER-^iisirR. SIR � .ji l^n^theminyProppfitions ^^1^ a tge Pi^    Q * lick, for extingui&ir^ jhe pf^ient Rebellion, I * would .fubmit it, te t^ie^r Cpi|^eratHO)[i,i Whether /my * thingpAvould bemorrJikelyto-cpri^ucc! to,il^ti^jp^ * the OpeninB a Subfdrintion foila Hew!j�l.�?tPJitoa�^ntiita t >pening a Subfcripjion fota^Rewa^ol or t^kisn Prifoner, TSTae jequaily divirfM'aHipfigttthe^..^- * jegits,_Cojporals, aad CbmmoB Sdldier^ o^that Aniijf * or Armies of his Majefty. King George, who (hail en-' gage them ; the Jfumber ,pf fuch Refers .^ilpihia, or * taktn Prifoners, to be afcertained, by aCterti^cite.'u;iderT ' the Hand of the Commander in Chief of fucb-Al-ipy�. - ^ ^ Iam,JourOit^dnt Reader^   O Xhe WAJREHOUSE for MorningGown? andJaBjans^ is removed from Pope'g-Head AHeiCto^the Waohatka-^ - Whete great Variety ofc Gbwn^ ire kept'readyvnwde, of*-^ .rich Sillc-Damaik!, fine Scotch Plaids, Flbwer'd Ruflels, ' Fig�r'd Grograms, Vallurets, &c.   Alfo Banjans'of ^ne-Cloth, Duffins, Plaids and Daniafts.   All forts of Vdwts Caps and Saihes.-rNote, Jhe Stock efSilk Goods in tbjt Ja'td Shop is to fold at Prime Cofi. ' ^iglTWater^aT i^nddn-Bridge, this Day at 5 2 Minutw after 12. Bank-Stock 131 a i half. India Ditto 167 i half a 167. South Sea Stock 96 a 97. Ditto Old Annuities �oo a 101. Ditto New ioo-^4ths a loi. Three per Cent. Annuities 83 a i-half. Ditto 1742, 83 a i half-Ditto 1743 and 1744, 83 a 1 half. Difilb�[745, 83 1 4th a I half. Million Bank 113. Equivalent 104. Roya^ Aflurance79 i half. London Affurance 10 i 4th. Eng-�> lifh Copper 5 1. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto.^no Price, Bank Circulaction 4 1. Difc. India Bonds 2 1, 18 s.a 2 s. a 5 s. Difc. Three and a half Salt Tallies 12 Difc. TKree and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders no Price. Three per Cent, Ditto no Price. Lottery Ticket* 10 L 8 s. Li^ Anaui-ties 12 3 4ths Years Porchafe. \ H  A  Y-M  A   R  K  E  T. HE SUBSCRIBERS io the OPERA ars Money to the Treafurep^ at the O^era-Office in the Hdf-market, nxihtre Attendance wAll be given this and every Dajt^ from 7en ''till Twff, ta receive the fame^ and deliver mi the � Silver Tickets. ' D  R U  R   y-L.A  N........ Not A�ied this Seafon. By Bis Majejifs Company of Comedidm^ . AT the Theatre-Roval in Drury/fJLane, this Day, will be pre/iofciji a. Comedy, ealPd The  TENDER   H U S B A N D j PR, Accomplish'i> Fools.     , , T^he Part of Capt. Clerimont by Mr. Oiffard ; Clerimont Sen. by Mr.MaiihaJl J Humphry Gutbin, Mr. MactJin; Sir Harry Giibb^, Mr. Bridge*, Pounce, iVfr. TurbotC} TipJcia, Mr. fafwelJ} Mrs. ClcTimont, Mri. AJillsj Mrs.Beriheba TipJcin, Mrs. Maektinj Fain-love, Mil. Ridoutj . . And the Part of Biddy TJpkin by Mrs. Ciire. "With Entertainnjcntf, viz. Aft II. A Dance by Monf. and Madem. Mechel and other*. Aft V. A New Song with a Ohorus, cali'd Toi Subfcriftitti, by Mr. Lowct and otheri. To whif h will be added a Ballad. Farce, call'd J    i The INTRIGUING CHAMBERMAID. The Part of Lettice (the Chamberinaid) by Mrs. Olive j ,    i,\  > V 'w Valentine, Mr. Lowe; Goodall, Mr.Winftone } 01dcaftle> Mr,'> ' \ \ Blakej ; Slap, Mr.Turbutt.   Mm. Highman, Mrs Bennet} Char* lotte, Mifs Royer ; and the Drunken Colonel by Mr. Macklin. Boxes 58.    Pit 35.    FJrft Gallery a      Upper :|JUIfrfj^ To begin exa�Uy at Six o'Clotk.     .,^,.*, j V � ADV E^RT13EMEN T5 are taken in for this Pjper,    Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-Scree   

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