General Advertiser, December 26, 1745

General Advertiser

December 26, 1745

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 26, 1845, London, Middlesex ,%ri!iijliiliiiii'ii- m ... ..V..I., �.-.-^ If i|j"iii^c''AYv^'^^�*it:'*' -iH^..; ...... S.^^ .......-t! We hear that feveral of the Ne^uhdiSd"&ps z^' 1 t6^^J^y^;pmM v Numb. 3^ih|^^ v4 ^jAt-^-'-v � 1- ilM^^i. \ . --it., i �6jS6�S�e, -mod/ m^A TheFriendfhip;, Roffiter, from Shoreham, is arrived at LilKbh. � ' " ' ~ fi o N D 0 isr. EsaraM-oftt Ltm* fim a Suhginfiiik the Dtfib^f ^ny^^ ^late.Sferaiilh at Cliftoft, Rbf^.toQfe.aU * ixj^Uei^dyanta^r^bd got'behbdStoik ^ges� * andfomeof them into Houfes, Whensdarf*roo{Js%^il * tQ j�tack.jthem.f.4K>tiaatb{tandiqg;.wh^ _ ' them wath (Ugh Iqpepidity, ,5hat ia lef? ^han an ifewr anda&If dftyqilittedtlid'Fieldi dhd To#n; htw- � (hey tfioul^t;;fe;.th^JM^*'.,to there has bt^ii -upw^rds^ 40 9.f th^r l^^adfoi^m * Men\iiil;'^^;:^-,^'B||^SS'Sfti^ * one of KeffVjf iffid-ii Wb^d�*;f Gok" Honey- * wood w^^is^^^*^^^^^^^^^^^^ � Khe 6niy^etfe�,6f Nets ihsig w6 * taken one.?oi"^?^Hi#t*,. � one of Qi^m&fp\ llt^^^ ^iBt^ ' Men, xakcr^^e^Kimifmp.^^l iitvas^reoili^ hst� by FS-ivate ------, ,-----,--------- ^ .. ina^urry atpreiSfS, ha*in^ the wo6toded'X)fRcters M : ' But as tKe Duke's Army % tfufirchM in three Co%nns, � iiti^adfiwtixJftJierEaeifiy^ I fiSpSUWf KStftWil'limff^ * with a better Ace^aWti' ' - * This^Inft^nt Exgreis frriyed tqtpaf Max|r, wh^l^ * brings W "certain tKe foUomng agyqe^^le ^fews, viz. * That the Dnle'^tb 350$ uMerzil. zp&O Fopt-, was. ' WiSi eigfft Pieces of CaAn'oii was golto ^3^;3ridi^r ' in cfd3n4S#e^,Geaft, in-order40 oppofe any Foreign Enemy. ' . - ...... The fame Day died at his Houfe in tJheftam's Rents in S^w Fidds^ Mr. (perderGy^ �a �ifiinefit WoolibiiByfr, reckoii*ii vprjy rie'h. Nez^a^Jl/ei 2J. We .are afluitd fr6m gded Aa-thoji^j tbat;the;^Rebels in PetihfWte; ajjpfehfei|fi�^e of a �jfltfi-pm the Acgyiefeird arik Lefrd.L6,wdOB'� Mfeh, Kiye entrenched themfelves near an old Citadel at Perth. � Tite Argyleftiire Men are at leaft 2000 in Number. We liear that a Fiinch T^rairfp'oi* is fi^ded it the Mouth of Tay ; and that their l^i^PFivateb of 36^uns had Ijeen fo ihattered by the Ludlow Caftle, that ftie lies a perfeaWieckfeMofitfofe River. Th^.wri^yfiaant Yorkj thit fewral PopjQi Pwefts, othe3:s,^ tliat Eijefeffion, are d^y tffoagta in thereifid Jm-prUiaf^'inth^Caffl^. ,Jmjl f fht Msrties d4^4tdM gS^ari Stir'Rhg SrtJ^. -MIittaty>.l&fffe^ Fwi; ^ ijM^ Mi- litfe^.; 7x�); Stiriii^ ToWb VerWdefs,' 260^ StMi^ffiirt dl^^;]2co/ 3K ii6w at Stirling f the Ai^rl^ife m&t, 2|soi/aBd Lord Lbudoh's Maii aooWJ bdh 6ii tiie JkbSd thither: In all 7700. - On Saturday Night laft Alexander Rich, John M'Pherfon, 'O^nipl'&d5iftfo% plik 0aMiti,^^emadtT Brody, and Roheri Read^ R^Bi^:Vfix^W0^tii�ire by the Captain of flie Ni^tWa!tch &(ifiaf Peiffith; ^nd committe4'^'fai&e Ni^t-N^Wg^l /ifftd On WednefdayStephen |ifeg^*S^ ^as broi^tJthVr, and committed to'^i fanie Pl&e. On Tuefday Evefang-laft ah^3^i^e& Scathe Military was order'il but: Aii^^Ms^i^n^ari^^^^'-j?/i^n lefs than half arf Ifbur abdV^' lod* oT6.ur V(3�ntei^s aifon-bled, and"; fhagr^M"Atai^^^^^^^ Service to go, wh^f(' ev.er6f^el-^^ H^*?after^^4p^ upon thofe who wll^e wlPd'^^/^/^^^ their great Mortfficatro^fw^liWiinder ArmsVand exp'^mg Ito march .^^ery. MqmentJ an Expref& awigUcQutradi^^ ^d^|tS^i^:f:  sirf^jil^il Mk&t ^^nf thirPlace' in' Porfuit pfi ^Ya?daFkrt^'fnbSn^abpat'f�^.-.. a^iWM''iiw>^ia^ Bis Md^trnM::, ii*4Q, tfe-^dhoh:a%fepFrei geste kiii'd: aTi.!%Ven^i A^ReL :-;aa^ Waft^fe abin^ tkfublkian Important Piece of Ser- trioufly propagated by ouj i^Vdvdr^ries. In the Country thefe Wicked Arts are pradifed withjjiore Eafe, and-more Fatal Succefs^h^^ in rifge Td-^ns: Wrja W If ours: Bat. in the Gounteyihe' Cafei^ oln^i-wlHr:, c(e^v?n|.tl^Q^',5�hqwoaldjr,taii^ it; fof of Ij^tdlis^fiEijii^tjnayteKfeS^-, , - The.^S^W'J'Ces^fi^^^^^^^'^^*^^^^ *^tii ^965 ;A^tg?ip�s,.i?o-';dev,^^he.6:aiifeaiHitbe�iFeamifllc^^r J^f^We'^Me of theiriF^^aixi Trad^ f^lvd" Tef W^fs'^iMS faft-fe^r,:ij-.D�}iiiiSt�, thai Mki^ifin l^dt^le'^fiOToS lowing Faas:-rBidihOT'trti^t^eii^ f^^riJHt^''^^ " eyefy -j^^iks-^- Enemy tfif his^GbWM' Wati feiLJ|tx.ftfreadjig fetfe Aia�ii^'tii"^0-*-#SW^|ii 3:^Hi%ilabiick"�i^pe,^ t^md%&�ir' ta,\ely fetcatiijg into 'Stfatrsii^f'h'&'^mmik' w^t|ithffb?av^l>akfe of C^itrfj^lh^aria'i Wii thewHeeis^./ ^ -^-'^ i^"  T^UVtl^^-i^^Mkrih^ is'aH^WiiiL th<^ AfiBjJj /n^to'^.ilJtfees^bf fbitls^'^;^^/^^,,, WbQ^llhiM�fa'dtem-fK)�r.c?�iiggstfela^ ii}lSfm?aj^mp.tfi^thfcieHas^#ffi^^#^}f^?fto int�. thg ^i^M�i^i:icfe?tv\Si#tbefeTO| ^ ^* wiR iniaffi^.dererfcrid S|j?fe''dP cB^r Id pfatljaieith^ii' o^nSfeiVfej ^djvarif ^efeyrumMtU pMlMd'i%ft-^H^^______.^^ to Bi#^'i#tfrfe iaathfttf (S^fUvMmWmi NuinberofaR^aM-^bops:^ ::^^"-V' Mn&riH;!tHfa*r,

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