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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 28, 1846, London, Middlesex                                M FRIDAY,  March 28,   1746. Dealt March 26. IRRFVEDthis Morning his Majefty's " Ships Hefitor and Lark fromLifbon, and a Dutch Man of War, with the Otter Sloop,and the followingShips, ihfe Don Carlos, Friend ; Samuel, Siggins j William, Whithorn j the Bridget, Powers j and Port Fa&or, Clegg, from Oporto ; the George, Teague ; the Defiance, Broomhall; Mary, Rowe j Sufannah, Lin thorn ; and-, Lang, from Lifhon. There was about 30 Sail in all ; but could not get all their Names, as feveral fail'd for the River. Sail'd left Night the Lys Mail of War to the Weftward. Came*' down Williamfon, Lee* from Montferratj Sweet Peggy, Arbuthnot ; and Duke, Qo!d$ for Kinfele j and remain With the He&or, Lark, Otter, and Fly, the Dutch Man of War, and Mortar Bomb. - The Outward-bound remain, with the Prince Charles, Coulter; and Ghefterj Payne, for Antigua.  WindS.W. The Eagle, Hellins j and Jamaica Frigate, Lauderdale, from Briftol, are pafs'd by St. Kitts, for Jamaica. The Nancy^ Harris, from Montferrat, is arrived at griftol. The Merchant, Half, from Exeter at Dublin. The Elizabeth, Allifon, from Shereham, at Dublin, in five Days. The Happy Grave, Gutteridge, from Li&on in the Downs, The Margaret, Reins, from Oportqf in the Dowqe. The Friendflup, Roffiter ; Henrietta, Gely ; Plymouth, Butfon; Exmouth, Nichols j Chriftian, Jafterys j and -, Franklyn, from Oporto, off Dover. LONDON. The NAMESof the Merchants and Traders of the Cisy of LONDON] who fubfcrib'd the PETITION for a Bill for Cruizers and Convoys. Ubert and Neville Peter Aoriel is Adair Robert Allen Claude Aubert Edward Athawe* William AndeaCbtt f. Adams John Blydefteya James Brogden James Buchanan James Bourdieu David Barclay, jon, AuguftusBoyd Arthur Beardfley John David Billon Edward' Blakeney Sir Juftus Den. Beck, Bart. William Bowdea George. Buchanan Edmund Boehst 'John Browne Thomas Boyd, Alex. Ulack Calverley Bewick; Savage Jlarrett John Baker John Buchanaa Richard Baker Anth/Bacon' . ,  Thomas BenaeC Humph#^Bj|f Nathaniel BaSnetf Benjamin Bon$ Brajamin;B|^,3u^f David Barclay    . lulines Beck?rd       - < William Black    .       re Henry Samuel Eyrn AJex.�ypard JohnElliU1 Holla* Edjsards Abel Fonhereai* Francis Mmef Richard J?ox/ James Fivpy Samuel Frye Rowland frye Thomas Elowerie# Waiitofrafe* JohnFeir William Famworth Jonathan Forward Hen^Giiffigif Thomas Gralngejr *Ale*. Godwin T. Gales  , James Gotdon BlcfcardGamon Thomas Womcj j. j.q;^ ^dwardvfldnt Godfcar^Higeji Richard H�toW ]tfatm&!rkb> Siltptt jkorn and I J. Hughes. XhomasHyam and Son &oger-&pgg William Ifclller BenjanwHwpflkl   *. Esskiel'Hail T#man:Henekeli WifflaMa^ter William Hamilton, William Hay Ifa. Henckell T. Heard H. Hughes Samuel Handley Thomas Heames Thomas Hebert William Hoar W. Hodfhon' Jofeph Hague J. Jullian John Johnfon Claude Johnfon Alex. Johnfon E. Jeffup Robert Jackfoa J. Johnfon R.Jones Thomas King J. Kemp Henry Kelly ]ohn Knight Krugar and Grote Thomas Kerby T. Langford William Loney j. G. Liebenrood William Leybora William Lei|h Lindo, jun. ^'ohn Lodge Sir Charles Le Blon J. Levy Peter LuIIin Lane and Cafwall kobert Lidderdale Thomas Light Natal Levy Sonfino J:. Langfloa T. Langton R. Lambton J. L. Lamotte Jafper Mauduit    % Matthew Milts      \. Thomas Mariihall Morinand Dugaerry Peter Meyer J. March Thomas Melvil Edward Martin Edmund MuTct T. March J. Mills Jofeph Micq John Maij� Gilbert Miches J. !^a$ers Robert Macky J. Moorey John Maynard and Soft R*. Maitland Melloand Amfink Richard Merry David Milne - J. Mar^uet, jun. WiHiam Maxwell T. March" T. Martin -MofeMendc5: '^ho'Mof^lejr .B,, Jjfeayi?  ^ . iGeorge^Hewland John Nicklefon -fralKciimg5Ie? ThdmasNeed^aia'  C;l?ariflj  ' sGborgfePrefcQtt    : 'MrfewPrl^: :ph Porter, Jun, R. Phillips Eliakim Palmer Arthur Payne Rodrigo PachecS Henry Pratt Sir Samuel Pennant Henry Pomeroy JohnPhilpot John and James Porter J.Phillips J. Pott Giles Rooke Andrew Reed J. L. S. Ro&ngtofl Hugh Rofs S. Rickards T. Reynolds, jun. George Rofs James'Randall T. Spencer Richard Sclater Bearcliffe Stonchewfcr H. Steers William Steverrfon Charles Srnyth John Saurett }. Scrimfliire R. Saunders John Stevens John Spicker J. Summers J. Smith George Spence R. Stiel Adam Spencef William Sitwell Samuel Storke Sir Abraham Shard Henry Sperling Barrow Smith Robert Smith T. Sikes John Seton S. Stajnton JamesSperling Godfrey Schreve J. Speftce Samuel Swinfen Gcj3Frey Thornton. Thomas Truman John Thomlinfoa William Tower Samuel Turner NoahTtttaer JL.Tooke John Todd �' William Thoyta Jowi Thornton R. Thompfon Samuel Touchet Thomas Tryqa John Torriano GentUnwjh Thomas Unwin George Udney Sir Robert Willimott Aid. Thb; Wmterbotttom Towrifend Wettenhali Whi�ke'r and Stenni�g^>n Stephen W^thorp. fcc^^^^nhpufe JohniWilcox William Wilberfbrce Edward tyaVkman THol^TSv^Hon R.Walker TftotnaiWale WimamWhitaker J. Wbbdbridge T.WalSef Thbmai.W Frajoeis^ynanta Lamrke^^ia,mf ';Jo^h'YtamansJ' % and Q. "^urhorft John'Zachafy. 0 k. K�t T^pmas Plmpfiead A.Pepger R.obe1f Pierce Laft Night;arriye4 4 Mail from LiAon, which we are affiled has^brbught ho Advice of the^K^g GeorgePaf1*' ,';; -360srid^,j \, r/eek an Attempt was made at a i Warehoufe ji^JSaubwtue in Suj^x, where a gre^t 'Quantity 'n   **" J "    - ' chants ii ' ftranded � Defign:being difcOvef'diy cae of the Watch appointed � tot guard^ the ?^^W*�|�u% the . Villains wioimade * the Atiemptgt^pl MtiwVtm^ and af�r* ' wards hang'd^ni gu |lear the Place.-It is fajd to be done by SmugleKs tor the Tuefday bfcfore, fome of tbe cay u^ftum^rous, r � Regular Mjflit^r^Mjmper, , *Fhe Lucyj,tpar�hae> -from Oporto> i* taken and carried intp Bayonne^'* -:~" jv Letter from Aberdeen, March 10. � I had wrote to you often fince O&ober laft, but thi ' Rebels being in Poffeffion of this Country, any Letter thai � gave Account of our Situadon would npt have come-tP * your Hand. � The Army here under the Dukb of Cumberland con-' Ms of 14 Regiments of Foot, 2 of Dragoons, the � Duke of Kin;j,fton's Regiment of Hor% and about * 1500 Campbells, who are at Old Meldrum, in all about 4 12,000.   Bligh's Regiment of Foot arelhipp'dat Leithj * to come, hither, but are ftopp'd by contrary Winds. * The Rebel Army is given out from 8 to 9000, of ' which 6000 are Highlanders, the Body at Invernefs $ d * great Party have entrenchM themfelves on the North Side � of the Spey, to difpate the Paffage of that River. They ' have fome Cannon :. About icoo of them are on this' � Side the Spey in Baraf, and the North Part of Aberdeen-� {hire, taking the Meal of thefe Cbuucrie?, fending fc ' over Spey, laying up Magazines at Forrefc : They are * in Pofieffion of the Country to Invernefj. * Lord. Loudon with his Army has retreated to Slither? ' land , be is from 25C0 to 3000 ftrbng, and, by the lateft � Accounts^ in good Heart, it fcarce being in the Rebels � Power to come at him, there being three Firths betweeri * him and Invernefs, and no Boats on any of them, bat � what Lord Loudon has on the North Side of Dornoch 1 Firth; and to go round by the Heads of thefe Firths is . ' almoft imprafticable for an Army, efpecially as there ' are PaiTes in Sutherland, which 100 Men could defend ' againft icoo ; but the Rebels Defigns atprefent are not � at prefent againft Lord Loodon. � Tbe Army h^rje is in fine Order, high Spirits, com- * manded' by a brave and capable young General, who hai � the Hearts of the whole Soldiery, and they long much  ' will hold but loriger than {here is occafion. I am 1 of Opinion, the Army could not be better quartered any � where than they are here, ^and 'tisa great Happinels they � are ib, confidering the Severity of the Weather. * The Duke honour'd our Ladies with a Ball, was ex- --'* tremely well pleafed, and flaid till two in the Morning; � The Whigs here both love and admire him, and with * good Reafon. � We make not the fmalleft Doubt of the Dake's Su^- * cefs againft the Rebels; and all the w^ll-afie�led eafnelrly � \5^i they, tn^JU^Jwd fight, and not retrtsft on the Apr � proach of OBr Army: They cannot go further Norths � in the Highlands they cannot fubfiftj nor can they get ' South, all thePaffes of the Tay bejhg.guarded, and dip � Heffians at Perth j fo that there mult fpon bean End.put 1 to this cnrfed Rebellion, which hasttphetpmuch i&tffl '�' to Gieat-BritaiB, and; to the true Ifitereft of all Eo* * rope. , * Upon the Flight of the Rebel Army from Stirling, is great Body of them coming^thto' Abffirpe&j, I thoiirgitit <*� my Doty to go to Perth'/ and^ve"ffipvDuke an A^cbuprt -* of their State and' Numbers injthis N�gh^o'rho6|hHI � was obliged to travel moft of     Way'on^Ppot, in very * bad Weather, and takeaCompafi in palling the Qranv-�* pian Hills, wheje I was frequently mid-thigh inSnpw; .� iand when I came down to the Low Cpuntry^tp the Mior * leg in Mire: When Ileft Aberdeen, att the Roads'about "Town, and�% Miles .tothe Southward, were guarded by" * Rebel Huffars, but! efcaped them. *    '"*.'* � The. Rebels while, here forced from the Town 1800 L gteriing, apd from tl\e Shire about"foddl/ took Arms* Horles, and Things of that kind, but did no other grota This Morning Bdgadjer General llaugbtpn's Regi* r^ent Iwiti pais V Review before his Majjefty in St. JamesS Pa^^dalterwards immediately embark-fbr Scotland. : Yeftiexday embarkM'^ttrf |^oelwi o.Mts. ^Manwell, atiagreeib}�| Widow* with a'cbafid^We Far-tune. Saturday laft Mr. Roberts, Brother, to Mr. Roberts^, a , Coal^Merchanty j% So^ithwaric, was mar- ried to MilS:Btep^enlpn,"VStlCatherine's; a bwdf3ful ypjngliadyV With iconfiderable^ Fortune. ' ' Yefterday came oniiit Eleclwn'\f'$. le^urer for St. 4 ,.     . ---------- * *   f~ tal, when the Rev, .Mr. Gregory^ Felfpye'oF Dulwich College," was chbfen by- anWa^riry  x, Mx. B�fe, fornerl^ a* wMfh/crewer in Southwark, reckoned vtify rich. -  ; � >��''     ' iYefiexday died in Childbed the Wife of Mr. Bray, a verywninent Mewhim^i^Spttfti-Fietdi: ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in fa* tim Paper, at I-loyp's Coffee-House, in Lombard-Strect   

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