General Advertiser, December 14, 1745

General Advertiser

December 14, 1745

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 14, 1845, London, Middlesex The _NUMB. 3483. S A T U R DA Y, Decem ber, 14, "174.4. Dealy December 12. EMAIN in the Downs the Men of War as in my laft. The Privateers are failed to the Weftward. Wind .S.E.byS.. ...... Grave find, Dec. 12. . Pafs'd hy. Sandwich, Haflewood, from Mar-tinica; and Lewis Erafmus,PurceII, from die South Seas. Cenvetf Dec, 9, Arrived Vry-Sailed the Eaftwick, Davifon, from head, from Surinam. Antigua-�jr^ London. The Union, Strange, from Virginia, is arrived at Bid-deford. The Greenwich, Gely, from Newfoundland, at Naples. , The Regina, Buddie ; and Elitobeth, Rempherhuyfen, from London at Hamburg. LONDON. Letter from Derby, Dec. 11. � The Rebels have done a great deal of Mifchief here to  feveral Tradefmen, whp had fuch Goods ks they wanted,  taking fome for nothing, and paying juft what they * plcas'd for others-.As mine were not for their Purpofe,  I only fuffer'd the Vexation and Charge of maintaining * about a Dozen forry Fellows two Nights and-"a Day. � They took all the Arms,. Boots, Shoes and Horfes they * could find: But I imagine you have heard enough of this.  'After the Main Body had left us, three Straglers, who had been out to rob in the Villages, had the Impudence � to lie all Friday Night in this Ibwn, yet no-body durft * meddle with them, for fear of the reft returning, who 'gave out they were only to conduft fome more of their l-riends that were coming to join them ; but it appears now, that they are making in all hafte to Scotland. Extras 0/a Letter from Stec^port, Dec. 10. ' The Rebels got to Manchefter laft Night ; thirty of >L,�^ their-Horfe march'd in at j o'clock, which was fome 1-1 0-1 o ft o Hours before the Pretender and the Main Body arrived. The Horfe were rudely, received by fome People, who . threw Stones at them.-I apprehend this will caufafome  Perfons to be ill ui'd.-Wc have juft now Advice, that *; about 8 this Morning-they began to march out} and that the Pretender, attended by fome. Officers, with the Rear *r of the Army, went over Sawford-Bridge, before the �. Meflenger came away.--This Minute a Meffenger is  come, with Advice, that the Rebels have left 500 Men � to pillage the Town, for the Infults committed on their '.Horfe.' Extras of a Letter from Manchejler, Dec. 11.. ' I wrote to you iaft Night from Rochdale; but hear-  ing that the Rebels were all gone, I came here, and -find that they rais'd a Contribution of 2jool.-Their � firft Demand was 5000 1. b'at they took one Half, which  was paid thena immediately ; and if we never fee them  again we ihall think our-felves well off.-We have � certain Advice that the Dukejwill be- here this Day, �. which has rais'd our Spirits : We are forry they are got  fo far before him. LetterfrmWookjerhampton, Dec. 11. 1 ' The Main Body of the Rebels mafch'd out of Man-*, ch.?fter Yellerday, and took the Road to Wiggan, very ' much in Confufion.-They had 13 Brafs Cannon, 12 *, Carts loaded, and fome Baggage Horfes; but the Hp-*. fes feem'dto be fo much jaded, that they could fcarce \ move forward. --^ A Party of the Watchmen near Man-� chcfter, in the Night hearing fome People coming along, ^ who did not anfwer, when challenged, they fir'd, and  kill'd one of the Rebels, whereupon the reft retreated, *. and acquainted the Pretender therewith, who fent out a  Party, that took five of the Watchmen j who are carried  to Wigan.-^-^The Rebels in their March give out, that f they will not halt till they get to Edinburgh.' . Tork, Dec. 10. By a Letter from Appnlby 'tis advifed, thar laft Saturday Evening the principal People of Carlifle being defirous � of keeping the Rebel Garrifon which is in the Caftle in tolerable good Temper, were in Coin-pany with the OEcers*till about 11 o'Clock; but about one in the Morning, the Rebels fent and took the Gentlemen all out of their Beds, and carried them Prilbners to the Caftle. A Search has been made liere- for Arms and Horfes, by Virtue of a Warrant Sign'd hy'k&x Deputy Lieutenants 6f the Weft Riding of thisX^oufit^, Befides Arms, there were a Number of fine Horfe^^feifc^dy and carried out of Town Yellerdaj, for his -M^jelly.'s.Service. Some Letters from "Leeds of the 11 th Inftant advife, that Marlhal Wade, .with a confiderable Body of Horfe" and Fyot, emer'd that Town that Moroiog, and. propo;='d to march the next Morning towards Lancafhire. They write from Ncwcaftle Under-Line, that on Saturday laft the Rebels took a Juftice of the Peace from his 'own Hbufe in that Neighbourhood,, and after plandering him, fent him l)ack igainalmoft naked.' As Part of the Duke's Army were marching fowitds Macclfesfield'lthey took three: Highlafideft," whoffl"they-tied to (heir HorfesTails, and made diem'^o a fall Highland Trot.^-About the fameTime two Highlanders and a Chfeftiire-man were taken near Stone; ^h � 3, Let us ferioufly lay to heart the Trutbof the Fa/l^ that with the greateft Advantages, and'under the ftrongeft Obligations to Gratitude and Obedience, we have yet long been a mojf rebellious and ungrateful People, rendering to God EfilfoT Good, and that continually.-Is not the National Guilt too glaring to be concealed, as well as too heinous to be defcri-bed ? Are not all Manner of Sins an^ Abominations common and bare-faced among us ? A Contempt of the moft High (by flighting his Son, and alfo his Wofd, his Ordinances, his Sabbath, prophaning his facred Namp, even from the Mouths of Babes, and trifling with the moft folemn Oaths) is indeed the Ring leader of them all; and will he not vijlt us luith his Judgments fox.theje Things ? Will not his Soul be awnged on fuch a Nation as this," unlefs it bring forth fpeedily th Fruits of true o 4, Let, us.fee whether the offended.Majefty of Hcay^ has not aftually drawn the Snuord, and bent the Bow againft us,--The-Miferies of War brought to our cws Doors {for when in neighbouring Nations we would not-leajcn Righteoufnef) plainly cjeclare it.---Daring Rcbelj.are rifen up, who .prove Plagues wherever they com&;i and � tho'.( thro' divine; Goodpefs) not as yet yery fotjnaci^ye in their Numbers, yet if we renaairi an impenitent Peja^lt, and refufe to be reformed, God may fee fi^ toafe thfm as Inftruments of the foreft Evils, that ihc Greainefof-Difpleafure may be the more manifejle^ thereby. . .. 51- Weigh carefully riie cur Enemies have .already fpread in the Northj:ii.Crjat-Mritain.^~^liave Cu ADVERTfSEMENT S^are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Cof^ ex-House, ia'j^dmbard-Stj'i^ac.: No AVooden Shofes. No Arbitrary Power. ;

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