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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 18, 1846, London, Middlesex                                MB.  3554. Deal, March 16. HE Outward-bound Shiptfrernain as ', in my laftv Came dowjithe Uffro-Lydia,   Sprina^   for Bourdeaux. Wind South.  . Falmouth% March 13. Arrived Prince Frederick Packet, from Lisbon ; and Wedfight, Rokufs, from ______ Nantz; for Rotterdam. Plymouth^ March 14. Since my laft came in the Yarmouth, and Hampton-Court Men of W_r; and Hamilton, Sutton, from Virginia, for London, in five Weeks Paf-fage. , Foe/, March. t q. Sail'd the Stephen and Mary, Elvin, for London; and came in the Queenborough, Salmon, -from Queenborough. TheHibernia, Comerford, from Cork; and' Fanny, Marfh, "from New York, are arrived at S,t. Kitts. .The Friendfhip,~Sfcar,. from New, York, at; Montferrat. The Seahorfe,:.GatmaD, from St. I_^ts; and Hamilton, .Searonj from Virginia, at Plymouth.    ; V  "' '    .    ' ' ' Vienna, March 9. The Regency of the Grand Dutchy .of Tufcariy has given Advice to the Court, that they are \ informed almoft every Week of Veflels which pafs along � the Coaftsof the Ecclefiaftic State, hiving on board Re- 'emits,� Proyilions; W military Stores tp be landed, af. Genoa % that Recruits were, raifed not in the City of JRoroe - -only, but in other Places in the Territories of the Church, \ Which were immediately conveyed to a' Country Seat pf � [the Spariilh Cotf{ul^6ar Civita Vecchia, and there kept | i till there wasaftificient Numbecto put on bq^rd. By the \ fame Letters we learn, that Sig. Papperirii, who has been! ' thefe 15 Years Agent at Genoa from the Grat*d Dutchy off Tufcany, was returned to Florence, inj^pnfequenreof ^nf ! OtHer recurring him to leave the Territories of that Re- ? public in three Days, on Account of ipme Converfation 1 imputed to hit&againft the Government. �  ' : Bnltn, Marcb-i$. There is iTil^of the fpeedy Return ? of Bdrbn" ^t^e^ldt,. >tKe j�ingts|l!$^fter, at the Court of I P^erwa�gh^ M. Cagnom, * known by bis Negw&ti'on of the Treaty of Belgrade for j the Court of Kurn'mafey h&Mlhinry arthe Court Jf; Drefderii iihce:l-^-_fiks*_iiCeired'tikof i^S-rvice of __!$$&. f Jcfty.     .;, r. - �'.....- > - - :     | Vim, March j 6* m.; OnIlow3uri-lh, Jvlinifter from the I King of GreatfBritajn to the Circles of the. Empire, made [� feme Stay here, and-aflifted at the Dyet of .(he Circle of I Saabia.   *'�''       t> LONDON. '    .      .\      : ., Ijjbxp,, March \, N.S. ' \ * Juft.now is aroyed an Exprefe tVqjn Oporto, with Ad- - * vice that five-Spanifh Men of-War-were fai-'d-irom � Ferrol. ,Jt< isi'kpprehended their Aim is at the Fleet; from England, orJ. that which i&gbingrfrDm hentel* if 'A Fleet-is, _0W'in.^ight Rev. Roger Moftyn, M.A.tp the Rectory of Eaftfihg, vqid by the R,efignatiph of the" Rey/Dr. Twifden, who iS preferr'd in Ireland. The Chan.ellor of the Dutchy of Lancafter has presented the-Rev. Mr. John Byng to the Re�lory ofMarfh inLincoinmire, a Living worth 2001. a Year, void b/ the Death of the laft Incumbent. . On Sunday Night laft died of the Small Pox, at his Houfe in Shad-Thames, Mr. Hall, an eminent and weal-: thy Furrier, well efteem'd by all his Acqualatance. -     [ A few Days fihce died at Briftol Kfr. Alderman Dunning, the oldeff "Magittrate belonging to that Corporation.     -    �', " About the fame Time died in that City Mr. Full, an Office/ in the Earl of Berkley's Regiment, and Son of Sir Francis Fuft. On Sunday Morning laft about^one o'Clock, one Tho. Jerrrjaine and his Wife^ having fbme Words with one Su-fannah Edlot, who lodged in the fame Houfe with them, in-Northumberland'-Plice; in Fenchurth-ftrett, a Difpute arofe, whereupon they laid hold of the poor,Woman and, -tfhrew her out of a Window two Stories, high, into the Street, thereby, ftadLutedher Skull^ and t^raifed her infuch . k terrible Manner Out it's apprehended fee's paft Recoveryr whereupcp fhfe Watchmpn immediately feturtd both the  Man and his Wife, and Yefterday tJiey were coinrflitted to Newgate by Sir Jo&h Thompfon.--The poor ^�^#61)6^" %re j8i,e wastltfpw^ down laid hold oif'the Window^Framei and could have rupportedhe^ had come,! 'but the Man's Wife got a Hammer, and beat her Handsl off."-   - \" ^ '' ' / '\ \ "'- \aQl Night arrived a Mail from Holland, the Contents; -6�Which will b^mferted To-morrow. p 5 >C. O T L A N D. Zdinburgh, March \ 1. His Royal Highnefs the Duke, has I been ip careful of the Pcppetty; kS&M$e&�, even of . fuch as are a^ually ^n the Reballion, Ja;tfceShire    AJfeej;-,.deen,: that ^elviniKes it Death tc� deprive them of \he ' meaneft Trifles.'    " /. . ' * The Duke of Athole has r^ifed ne^r 50c able-bodied7: Men, for the Service of the Covernment. t The Rebels have hahg'd _, ver^. mnpcfmt, gp^Mtur'i Man, for no other Cfinve,, but ^rrying,^ Letter to fome Friends of the Qoferriment. -^-A Keetof Cruelty without J'recedent.-i--^-*Tis faid,wa.Piarty ciff t^em.have;mpyed: Weftwafdif^m rpvemdS.. , *   . � "" \ , The Rfeht ^pn. the Ea_"s of .Crawford and Hume, Di-reftors oftlie AfiTb^bl^ fdrjtJiisXadies ph,the i8th ult.jp-: neroufly.gave the^f^Pronts'of it,* W-uch exceeded 28 lJ Sterbtb the;Ch^^;Work^honfe rfE#i^ai'.' The Univerfity of-St.. Andrews Hv^e%M^.tiie.I>9lEe oi Cuinberrahd.to be^wr;Ck4^^�'/Q4_?r*^tcd him withl �  ^ I Alexander ffemiifbn of Inhewiclit.Srg,; is appointed! 'T^ttmal^-Generat of Scotland, irr the Room pfSirilahat - TheiiPrices pf Grain rife arace jlfcpft Wheat .atHad-l ; ^to4bfcg iVs. Btfley .ci;diKe�\*   Aa&feafd risiW.-"4".     �     "   ' VV-' 1 blowing; &c. His Hi^rnefs came to the Sr&K^ftr^t f ' ADVE^fFISE MEN TS^arc taken in far this Pap�r, at Lloyd's CoffWHouse, in Lorobard-Sttect Perthi ftb. 27. Laft Night Lieutenant Mulloy, of Colonel Lee's Regiment, came to this Town Aom iluth-venin Badenochj who feosnmandpl that..Garrifon j from him We have the following particulars, . The 36th of \iSt Auguftbe'wasat�c^ed,by,35P p| the Camerons. and others of the.CJans, hei made a brave Defence with r4 Men&nly"; the "X_ians were commanded by Col. Cameron, Locheal's, Brother, Lochgarry, and Col. Sullivan, they kept him anda fmall Party in Aftion about four Hours, he only loft one j^fa^j of the Ibma&JWUc kiUM,"S^loY their Wounds, and difabled 14. Colonel Cameron acknowledged he had nine .Holes in his outfide Coat, which he told the Lieut, after the Surreiiderof the Garrifon tie xith Inftant; upon the folbvm^ Conditions, ' ' ' ...  .3 General Gordon (Glenbucl_rt) �fent jk Meffage to the Lieutenant on, the 10th inftant, upon the Approach fcf a-bout 300. of 'the Highland Army to the Villa^ of Ruth-ven, defiring he: ihould furrender the Garrifon, and that he fhould have favourable Conditions. The lieutenant anfwettd^Thatitwas not confifknfwlth his'H6n8uTFo3o fb, and tfut he Woddnotgiveuphis Garrifpn until he was befieged in Form, and that he could not fee yet but tha-_ he was able to make a good-Defence. This was about eight o'Clock in the Morning.: About three in the Afternoon, fome Cannon appeared in the Village, .which was planted againft the Garrifon, under Cover of fome Huts, and difcharged brifldy three Shot againft the Garrifon; finding that there was no Flag of Truce hung out, and that the Lieutenant was refolved to defend, Cpl. Grant was fent with the following Summons, conducted b^, John Macpharfon, Deputy Barrack-mafter. . " ,Thefe are by his R-- H--'fOrder.  ||end you this to deftre you willturrender, without Lofs of Time, 1o give up the Barrack, and fo render ypurfeives Trifoners at Difcreticn, or thefe are to certify you at? to -expeft no Mercy."' . GORDON. The dnf ^HouQurand
                            

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