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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 30, 1845, London, Middlesex Numb. 3^87. MONDAY, December 30, I745- Dealy December 29. AlVD on a Cruize his Majefty's Ship Folkftone. Remain his Ma-jefty's Ship the Yarmouth, Admiral Martin, with the reft of the Men of War. WindN.W.byN. The Concord, Frazier, from Ma-' ry land, is arrived at J Ifordcombe. -The Indian Queen, Maxwell, from yiiginia, at Dumfrels, ^ . The Svvallow, Orme, from Salem, at Euftatia. , The Lyon, Lyon, from London, at Belfaft. Sihce our lad aitived the Mail from Holland. heiffickj Dec. 7. ojnce the Sofpehlion of Arms, which I has been followed, by a Peace, the Pruflian Hoftilities' and Exaftions liave ceafed. Yefterday and ']~o-day how-|A( ever, aH the Aniilery, and every Thing belonging to it, has been drawn.out;of cur Caftle, and t^e Arfenal of the, Migiftrates, and it is pretended that the Pruflian Garrifon will not evacuate this City till after the Ratification of the Treaty. �a)iSf Dec. 27. Every Thing is now ready for the Embarkation from Dunkirk, and Lord Clare fets out this Day for Oftend. The Cheers of Ranks, belongmg to the Ar-my in Flanders, are alfo depMsd. We,, expeft an Edifl or Declaration of his Majelty's will appear after New Year's Day; but the Subjeft is unknown. Twofich Eng-lifh Prizes, valued at 100,000 Crowns each, have been loit at the Bar of Bayonne, as they were condufting into that Fort. ' ' Brujfils, Dec. 30. General Molcj^, Governor of Ant-Werp, aflilled on the z7th at a Council of War, held in the frefence of the Count de Caunitz, and the Generals Chanclos and Vander Duyn. The Huffars and Diagoons ^ of Ligne and Styrum have had Orders to keep themielves uVbooted, and theirHorfes faddkd, in order to be ready to ^ march on the fi;-ft Notice. Th^ Infantry in Garrifon here Q have continued under Arms, all the Uaards have been doubled, and every "Bbdy from Flandgrs is rigorotrily ex-aminedbefore they are admitted into the City. Moreover, y as we are perfuaded that the Confervation of this Capital /i and Antwerp depends upon keeping the Entreftchmehts along the Canal, a Refolution has been taken to plant oii , them the Dutch Artillery, which is in our Park, "and to canton the Troops from Efcarbeck to Willebroek. A Detachment of 30 Huffars, that had bcenfent towards Aeth to get Intelligence, returned the Day before Yefterday, and report, that all the Advice given by,Spies concerning the Retreat of the French are entirely faife. We learn on the contrary, that Marfhal de S^e, having held a grand Council of War on the 24th at Ghent, wnich continued till Midnight, th? Day following.a Detachment of Horfc was fent otF, without its being known what Road they took. . The French have alfo^fent 2006 Horfes to Aldlt, and 1500 to Afche. After another Council of War, held Yefterday bqfo:e Count de Cauhitz, General Vander Duyi) .fent an Exprefs to the Hague, and det^h'd Maflau's Dragoons and 26 Men of every Company of Infahtiy, making together zooo, and ip Pieces of Cannon, to Vil-vorden. 'i'he Cannon were loaded with Ball, and the Ivlen had 30 Charges eacii, and Provifions for four Days. ^'^^�^ 2- Mr. Trevor, the Britilh Mit^ifter, coih-municated to their High Mightineifes o^Tuefday, the important News he received the Evening before, by a'Cou-rier from Drelden, that the Peace between the Courts Qf Vienna and Dveldenon the one Side, and thofe of Berlin 'and.Manheim on the other, was ligned the 25th paft. It is thought the Articles will not be piibliflied before the Rati-^ ficatibns are e;6:hanged: But we kndw in general, that ^ with regard to the Emprefs, Affairs have been regulated o.t 7^ the Footing.of the Treaty of Breilauf that the King pf Pruffia and the Eleftcf Palatiije are to acknowledge the Emperor, and the King of Poland, Eledpr of Saxony, is to pay 10 his Pruflian Majeily, at the F?ir pf Leipfick to be neid at Eafter next, a M-lliqu of Crowds for the Ex-pence of the War.' farii, Dec. 31. This Week a' great '?x)j|np.I was held at Verfaiiks, at the rifing of which Couriers w.cre'difpatch'd to all his Majefty's Troop?, ordering thf m.to be ready to march on the firftN&tice. The Prmceof Ccnti, who af-litted at it, is tofet oiJt To-day, to relume the Command of the Array on the Rhine, Marlhal de Belleijle is expsfted tvery Day, to concert with his Majelty fomc Operations relative to the approaching Campaign : But the general Opinion is, that he will make no long Stay. Count de Iviaiileboib is returned from the Army in Italy. The Duke ;2.nd the Chevalier of Fitz-Ja.mcs let out on Tue:dayftr> CO Dunkirk, and M. BingU (perhaps Bingky) who has been nominated Prime-Minifter to the young Pretender, is alfo -l^dy to depart. LONDON. From the Lofidon Gazette, Annan, Dec. 21,. Eleven at Night. The Rebels, to the Number of about 3000, came here laft- Night, and ftaid till Ten of thfe Clock this Forfenoon, except about 4 or 500, who proceeded forward.to D^Mries laft Night. Amongft thofe who ftaid here were the yojong Pretender, the Pigrfons ftiling theifafelves Duke of Perth, and the French Am-baflfador, alfo Lochiel,. Clanronnald, Glengarrie, and KeppocK." Lord Ekho went laft ISjjghtwith the 40010 Dumfries, asdid the reft this Day, mtcndmg, as they gave out, to ftay there tiU Monday ne^ct. Another Body of the Rebels, of about 2000, marched Yellemight from the Eflc to Ecclefechan, and flaid there all Night. The Mac Pherfons were of this Party, and Lord Ogilvy was with them. It is thought that thofe of them who went to Dvimfiies, will march towards the Forth by Sancqhair, Douglas,' &c. and thofe who were at Ecclcfechan will march by MoflFat, and join the others before they got to the Forth. Annan, Dec. 25. The Rebels, to the Number of about 4000 (as is computed) went from hence to Dumfries on Saturday laft the 21ft Inftant, and remained there till Seven of the Clock this Morning, at which Time they began to march, and had all left the Town before Eight. They demanded two Thoufand Pounds Contribution at Dumfries, One Thoufand whereof was immediately paid, and as a Security for the other, they, have taken along with them Twc Gentlemen as Prifoners.. Tiiey alfo infifted on One Thoufand Pair of Shoes, paid notUng for Quarters, and did a prodigious dealpf Mifchief every where. It is faid they marched from Dumfries this Morning in great Precipitation, being alarm'd by a Report, that a Party of the Army under the Command of his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland was at Annan. We hear, that the Rebels who went to Moffat, and were computed about zooo in Number, had Orde.rs not tp march from thiat Place till this Day and'ifts IKTd the whole Rebel Army Vvas to march North by Way of Douglas.^ The young Pretender, Duke of Pferth, Lor
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