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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 20, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. N.umb. 355^.: THURSDAY,   March 20,   1745-6/ Deal, March 18. AIL'D the Uffro Lydia, Spina, for Bourdeaux. Remain the Loyal Catherine, White> for Carolina ; Phasnix, Honour, for Jamaica; and the Lyon Hoy, Smith ; and the Prince Frederick, Warrington, for Flufhing. WindE.N.E. Dartmouth, March 16. This Day came in the Raleigh Privateer, Capt. Peddie, from a Cruize of five Weeks, in which he met nothing but French Privateers, who being clean Ships could eafily run. He has the following Per-fons on board, which he had from* a Dutch Ship, where they were put by a French Privateer, of 40 Guns, call'd the Grand Greno, viz. John Major, of the Society of Guernzey ; a Pafienger taken out of the Swift Gaily for-London, and Capt. Bartholomew, taken by the Star Man ofWar. Pm/t March r 7. Remain the Charming Molly, Elms, forNortham ; and Three Sifters* Nicklefs,j for London. WindE.S.E. Southampton, March18. Arrived1 the Goodhope, Lillie, and Montague, fi-omGuernzey. -Sailed the Two Sifters, Morgan for Dublin.  Wind S.S.E. Cvwes, March 17. Came in Happy Return, Jacket, from Guernzey, and is fince fail'd; alfo the Edinburgh, and Canterbury Men of War; Shaftfljury Indiaman, and Imley,'Crump, for-Antigua; Mediterranean, Pringle, for Jamaica; LittleGeorge, Lunden, for ..Sr. Kitts; Friend's Goodwill, Gill, for Kinfale, from London; William and James,  --   *       > The Prince of Wales, Botelar, from Leghorn and Ca-lary, at Jerfey* . . �. \    , � The Mercury, Hargrave, from Maryland, at Plymouth? Naples, 'March i. Five large Tartansjxayebeen equipped here, to tranfpoft ,to' Genoa the Regynentof Royal Far-nefe, which is expe&ed everyMoment Trom Pefcara. The Regiment of- *iili:ia, commanded by the Prince of Bignano*San-Sevar,;io, is arrived here from Catalonia. Franckfw, Match      It is laid, that the Empire has refolved upon a Neutrality with? France, if it be not already concluded.; Ititfe. mean Time, the Contingefib f the Cirdes"_ will guard/ the FrorUier^, ani� there ^wlllijnO;" ^erbefo'many$&^ moifciof the Troops that a#J*ow-.there being to repair to Luxemburgh snd the Low; Countries-. ' V?! Paris, March iS.M. Vah Hoey, Amba&dorj/&om:J the States General, has prefenwdj^Memorjalitc1 khfi... niHers, ^tKe^l^lttri^Vuita," Cojpnel of a Regt-, meet of Grifonsinthe Service pfifteir High Mightirreffijs; ^firing, *�Thac.tbe. nisceffary Carriages For.the Baggage 1 of that Regiment inay be ftilrfurmflied Gratis, in tne 4 fame mannenas they.were7.fram Bruffels to' Arras ; that ' the fame thing bextobe for the other SwiTs Regjmenfcs^iinV.. ' tat. Service-of the Republic, who �#eresrnade Piiftfe^ ' at Bruffels; that; ihi.the^lacp.whj^^^rT^^.'^^'' ' ��y have;' tt^^^g^H^l^nm f*w*W'fc? thrift * own .Mjnifters^as isjp^ied%,tkerSwiis Regiments'is* * * tie Service..of. the -French -Ckown; that there4�paid;r ' on the Captains Aeooun^ Jgpney� |p the; .Soldiers now * fick in the Fr^ch'^pfpital^ 'fnjfcciejrt^to enablethejp, ' upon' Recover^-& rejqin theixRegi^erits' 01; Rejhirn 'jo Holland j^d^ar^ �.Placesa^gn^J/B^hsfcTroepsvfor:YachMoney to'beT � advanced w;thema>they malrhaVe ineedof.*  -       * ievef . ' .43 Q ."N  D v o- , .   .... �tteofromBruffislsfay, that.6^|s:;a>eeftablu1v(^^ "s P^of that �ity, ^^reibiliKforders. Th'ng 6f that Kind, ;tmder*the jenaliy^ of 2000 FToririsV *�Jra five Dayst f;War. All the Let^^om'Ah^^alarinate'agree, that the PreV Fa�tions maltingby'the French at Landau arealmoffcin- credible, fcarce a Day pafling in which there do not arrive 20 or .50 Pieces of heavy Cannon and Mortars. There are faid to be Provifions enough laid up in the Magazines to fubfift an Army of 80,000 Men for a whole Year. The Bankers of Franckfort have lately remitted a large Quantity of Money to the Court of ^Vienna. Exha&of a Letter from an Officer in the Duke's Army, dated Aberdeen, March 2. * I believe the Rebels intended to difperfe, 'till they heard of the French. Embarkation in their Favour ; on which they had aflembled again near Invernefs, in a large Body,, and have taken the Fort. They give out that they will meet our Army, and oppofe our croffing the River Spey. However we /hall march towards it on Monday, and attack them in their Intrenchments, if they offer to difpute our Paffage ; which I don't believe they will. We ihall continue our March to Invernefs, which we hope to perform in ten Days. During- our Stay here, we have fent out Parties to fecure Pods, and cutoff the Rebels Provifions.   Our whole Army will be * 15 Batallions of Foot, and fix Squadrons of Horfe.' * His Koysil Highnefs the Dujje and General Huflceare f in perfeftHealth. Dover, March 17.  * Laft Night Seven Men belonging * to two Irifh Regiments at Bpuloign, made their Efcape ' from thence in aBoaj,.aod landed here this Morning: * They give us an Account that all the Tranfports that ' were at Boukjign have been difcharged and gone from ' thence above three Weeks ago ; and that there are no ' Trooris there now, but the two Regiments they deferted ' from, who have.not above 29 Men in a Company.* Yefterdayhls Majefty went to the Home of Peers, attended by his Grace the Duke of Richmond, and his Grace the Duke of St. Albans,. Lord of the Bedchamber in waiting ; and gave the Rbyal Affent to, - An*ASt for laying- a Duty on all Glafs made in Great-Britain.        ...... ,^Aft for iaying an. Additional Duty on all Brkiih Spirits, except thofe made from Foreign Materials. An Aft for-^he Encouragement of Coinage. An AQ to punifli Mutiny and Defertion, and for the better Payment Of the Army. nAn.A6trto Jake.off liie Negative Voice of the Court of Aldermen of the CSty of London. An Aft for.the inpre fpeedy Trial of Rebels. ' An Acijfbr the Building of a Church in the Hamlet of BethnalGreen. To Mafket-Harboroiigh Road Bill. ; * To the Bill for the allowing Time for the Juftices of Peace to qualify themfelves. And to five: Private Bilb. - Lail Tharfday1 pafs'dlthro'< York, an Officer, two.Ser-jeants, and ,130. Soldiers, lately belonging to ihe;Yor%* : fhjre Regiments, in their Way to the Duke of Cumber^, land's Army 1 thfipriyht^ lylettLhaving received Four Guineas each, from the? Gentlemen vof ^^the Yorkfhire Aflbcia-i tion, for enlitting ihto^ his Majelry.'s Service. ^ M?joT-General Framptdn's Regiment, coniiiling of Top \ Companies, with 100 Men in each Company,.are order'd . for Cape Breton ; and we hear Draughts-will be made out { of feveral Regiments, to be fent thither, in order to defend �that importahtRaoey I ''-Htt'M�^^'$^be^pIe^^-&.ftpp^mtTho. Williams, \ of EdwrflsfoVa,* Efq; Cullbs Rotuldruin for the County of ',, Carmarthen, in the Rdom of his Brother, Sir Nicholas. Williams, lately deceafed. \ We hear; that jhc Right Hon. the Lord Mayor has 0?-; derM the Ventilators, invented by the Rev:and Ingenious / J)t. HaIes^W�befbted\ipinfeyeral; Apartments in New-; gate, in'oidw tti3eip,4ft'-the- fbtil:. Aijr, <�nll introduce fuch t Rjentyof firefB Air,^ will prevent the ufual Cbntigibus J Diftempers in Goals arid PrifonsA  \ Yefterday therje svas Advke,: diat the John, Seabrook, i from Virginia, for London, ,is taken by a Spanifls Prijya- |teer,;-- J U H .i\ 'J  -"'."T;'-' I Yefterday �feft^ Sommerton," was committed to. New: tPrlfon by Sir Thomas ce VeiJy forfdonioufly taking out I ofthe D�relUngi-houfe of Mr. William Roberts, a qoan-. I city - of-'PlStey-1 I^finehi- and Wearing Apparel, -the Prpy: *pertyof feveral Pejfons,. Part of which were found upon 'her.  - t   ------- _ Yefterday Patrick Flud was committed to the Ppultiy" Counter, by Mr. Alderman Bernard, for felonioufly fteal-ing five Pound of Tobacco, from on board a Ship in Lime-houfe-Hole, the Property of Mr. Hembrow, Merchant, in Tower-ftreet. j Ghucefler, March \ j. Laft Week the Affizes for this County ended here, when William Cibbs of Ebrington* near Campden, received Sentence  of Death (and is or-der'd for Execution on Thurfday the z7th Inftant) for breaking open the Houfe of Richard Fletcher, of the fame Place, in the Night-time with an Intent to murder and rob him. Upon his Trial it was plainly,proved, that he had a dark Lanthom, and, as foon as. he entered the Profecutor's-Room, ftruckathim, as he lay in Bed, with a large Mafon's Hammer, and wounded him and a young Lad, his Nephew, (who lay with him) in divers Parts of their Heads, in fo very dangerous a Manner, thai Mr-Fletcher's Life was, for fome Days, defpair'd of; and (what aggravated his Crime) it was further prov'd, that the Profecutor had, in feveral Cafes of Exigency, been his particular Friend.-At the fame Time, Michael Laremon, for breaking open the Houfe of Edward White, and Jane Hartland, on two Indi&ments, for Shop-lifting, were condemned.; but are fince reprieved. Thomas Smith of Stow 0' th' Wold, was found guilty of Manflaughter, and burnt in the Hand. Four were acquitted, and one difcharged by Proclamation. Thomas Alcock and William Bifhop, condemned at thei laft Affize-, and reprieved, wece ordered to be transported : for 14 Years. From the City-Goal three Perfons were brought upon Trial; one of which was found guilty of Manflaughter, and burnt in the Hand ; as was alio another, for Grand Larceny ; and the third, who was convkledof Petty Larceny, was ordered to be whipp'd. The fame Day, the Affizes ended at Salifbury, for the Coanty of Wilts, when the fix following Perfoas received Sentence ef Death, viz. Alexander Harper, and Thomas Hayward; for the Murder of Zachariah Baily, late of Wertbury, in that County; Jofeph Gale, for robbingPe-ter Bold, Efq; ;of fome Money and a Gold Watch, in Sa-" toernakle Foreft; Charles Huttdn, for Horfe-ftealing; Mary Brown, for felonioufly ftealing two Pieces of Printed Linnen; and John Prefly, for Sheep-flealing. Daniel Workman and George Bodman, were ordered to.ba tranf-ported for feven Years for Felony: George Stares, for Forgery, was fentenced to Hand in the Pillory; and William Piangley, for uttering and difpofing of falle and counterfeit Coin, to remain in Prifon for one Year. SCOTLAND. Edinburgh, Mftrcb 13. The Army :ftill continues at Aberdeen, "becafibned by the Severity of the Seafori." We hear the Rebels, in a confiderable Number, mov'd about the beginning of th:sMonth from Invernefs. Reports are, that they are Matters of Fort Auguftus;-that ir> an Attack upon Fort William, they were repulfied with confiderable Lofs; - that they had direcled their March toward Argyllfhire. - 'Tis laid, the young Pretender lies dangeroufly ill at Elgin. ��;/, ' . ...  A letter, frerii Forfar brings Advice, that an Order had *been pu'btiihed fVom all the Pulpits, fighed by the Duke bf \ Cumberland, requiring rach as had been engaged in'we "Rebellion forthwith to deliver.up their A^rms, their N ames, Defignations ahd Places^bf Abode, with a Promife of Re-coxnmendatioa to tne Royal Mercy for fuch who lEould complied, -yet others had fled to jom the Rebels. We hear that feveral of the Jlebel Clans have offeredito fubmit to*the Government on Terms; I JR t LA W Jjutjin, March 11, Tbi Week jjeeds were perfefled fey the* Incorporated Society, &c. for erecling z Charter School near Strangford in the County of Down. A Legacy of 50b 1. fromr the late Earl of iCildare, (whoia his Lifp. time'; was a geoerous Boiefaflor to this Society) gives Rife to this Foundation, which his Reli^ the Conri-tefs Dom^W^ks^^^mBi^m^^ * GvzatX^'iz Scries 'cTEand, Two Acres in perpetual Rent jftee, the Reft at lefs than half i Value for the Accommodation of the ^dt^....J^^'oi^^-^^alt^tS Popifh Parentif, 15 of each Sex, to be tranfplanted from Places remote from the "School ;\|ducated in the Brotaftant Religion,>pd employed in Huibandry, Houfewifery,  and the Linen Manufacture Friday laft "died Coqnfellor Doyne, at his Father7* Houfe on Ormond Quay. AD V ERTISE M E N TS arc taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-Housb, in j-Qmbard-Strect.   

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