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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 29, 1846, London, Middlesex                                General Advertifer. rS A T U R D A Y,   March 29, "1746. Deal, March-.27. ARRIVED Yefterday the Greyhound, I JfefierJes ; Gideon, Pearee ; and the J 'Happy G reeve, - from Oporto ; the '� ' Loy al Judith, "Cowell,- from G uiney. � .Came down the Scipio Firelhip ; Galsy, Erotherfon; and Ranger, Johnfon, for St. Kitts j firidgtowo, Barret, rfor CapeVBreton ; and re-? _____ maia wiih the* Men of War andOut-.1 wardbound.   Wind:N.W. Grove/end, March 27. Pafs*d by Friendlhip, Roffiter; Defiance,. Broorrihall ; Sufannah, Linthorne; Labadie, Hooper j Christian, JefFeries 5 arid the Miry,-R6fe, from' lifbon; Gideon;Pearce; William, Whithorn $'Exirrouth', Mole; Henrietta, Gely j PIymouth,*Butfon; *and Bridget, Power, from Oporto; and the Hamilton, Seaton, from Virginia. Falmouth, March 24. Arrived the Triton, Wright, from Antigua, for London.] and the Faulcon, Spence, from Moriaix for Biddeford, with 89 Englffh Prifoners. Wmd-W. Southampton, bfareh zj. -Arrived the Love of Pool,; Baily, from LiTbonj and Ad venture, Anderfon, from' Jeriey.   W'indW. 1 The Charlotte, Miller ; and Mary Anne, Clark, from London, arearrivedat Eigura. The Sally, Cole, from Newfoundland, at Gibraltar. , The.Anne, Molineux, from .Leverpooj, at St. Kitts,j LONDON. :Extra& of a Letter from Berwick, March f 9. '� AH our kit Advices from the'North agree, that his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland isitillat Aberdeen ; that the Rebels have erected a Battery on the. North Side of the Spey, and planted both the Cannon. they took at Invernel'j, and what others they had with them, in order to difpute that Pafs with the Duke. Thole who pretend to knowthe'Situation on.both Sides this 'River at this Palf, -fay, 'his Royai Highnefs will have.gfeat.Advantage avfaon as he bring-s.his-Cannon to play ; but till the Batteries are compleated, miift expect to be annoyed by the Enemy. It is expected the Rebels will ftay and ^give JktUe-there.; we :have it alfo currently reporttd, and generally believed, that the Party who took and laid write Tort Auga'ftus, and "then attempted Tort William, where they were repalfed with much Lofa, have dire&ed^thetr Marchirtto Argyllfliire^ where they are/committing -great Ounces and fiarbtiritief, and nave fent Demands to Glafgaw'for "the piiblic Ceftev Excife, &c. arid whiclv if refu'fed, *t3iey 'threatened-'tt? compelhy Force of Anns. 11 happened well that Major Wxctooxth, ndm-commanded Jnrr Augnttiis, wherelhe, has been look'd up many Months, had removed all his Party, with all the Ammunition and Pavilions to Fort William, before the Rebel? appeared before Fort Au-guftus, or all would have gone, being a Pfcfce of little btjength, tho' it has-been adear}ob to^the Goverrrmtent. We alfo hear, that {even Toot Kegirnents are on their March from rie Soutfh,to the CnfMeRoad, and that the two atNewcaRleare lifcewife to march, to prevent any. Attempt the fcran&Kqg Parties of the Rebels may make to get wee more'An*o,Englapd. * Lord Rraco, who has h&jae Property than the Pretender, and all (the -Rebel Chiefe put together, is with thej Duke at Aberdeen; -and offers his Service to the Govern-' jnentinauy .Shajpe,' '. . Ex.tr aB of a Litter fr>m Wewcafile^ March z<. � ; On the 23d failed out of Tinmouth Haven the Granada Bomb, andGrbrattar ivlnnnf WaT, -wfrhone half .ofthe f ranfports, having- the Dutch and Swifs Troops' on board j and Yefterday foiled .the Remainder of the Tranfports.-About.'150 ladenColliefs havfe1ai!ed wkhSn thefe two Days, which has rhin'tt the Harbour.-We have various Accounts from Scotland; foime are, that ar P^rty of Rebels and Lord Leudon'sForces hacl a-Skirniifli',* to the difadvantage of the former. And'tjiat' another has happenM betwixt another Party of the Rebels ."arid-fome ArgyleQiire'Men, to the di^dyaatage cf the letter. There are other Lefters that came Jail Night* which, ir*: form us, that aboot Zopo of the Rebels caaae on this' fide the.Spey, Commanded by one Roy Stewart | upon which his Royal'Highnefs fent fomei Regimenfctowards* them, under the Command of General Bland,... which the Rebels hearing of, made the beftof their way back by- flight: And that one of his Royal Highnefs's Aid-sde-Samps and another Officer, were in pirriuit of Roy, having feen him fwim the River j and were in hopas of making feveral Prifoners.'! s Letter from Plymouth, March 2$. l and 1$ Men, is-taken by che-'Kmg's-1 |Fifhei* Stoop, offthe-Barof Oporto ; and the Comrriaridfer immediately put in Irons, ori board the. faid Sloop. There is no News yet of the Vicloire, the French Ship token by the London �and Garland Privateers;-when they iparted wijh her, arid ordered her to England, ftie had on Iboard 5 5 Eogliih, and 103 French. I   The Kouli Ran Privateer, Capt. Barker, has taken ^arid |carried into Gibraltar* a Ship bound from Marfeilles to-St. IMaloes, laden-with i>oap, Cotton, &c. I   The Rebecca, Bnrk, frorn Philadelphia, is put info |DingIe in Ireland,-having.loft her Mali*. ;   Yefterday Skelton's, Mordaunt's and Richhell's Regi-^ments ofvfiootembai-k'd on board the Traufports^-it Black-ywall, Deptford and Woolwich, fdr Scotland. I   The fame DaylBriaa'dfer Haughton's Regiment, pafs'd: nn Review -before his Majefty in St. James's Park j arid iimmediately after mareh-'d tnro' tlie City tocfikckwall,1 'where they-will embarkrthis Day. [ Yefterdsy 24 Deferters, difcover'd withm thefe 'few >Days amongft the French Troops taken by Commodore iKnowles, were brought to Town, and committed to the !Savoy, '        ) * The'Rev. Mr. Henry Peers is prefented by Henry Pye,  Baker, who Tucceetied the -Father of the aboverrteritidned 1 Gentleman. Tuefday the 15th of April is appoirifcd -for the Rdhear-:fal of.the Mufickfor theFeaft of the Sons of the Clergy, s arid the Feaft wilLbe on the ThurlHay following. On Tuefday laft-died at Ca!ne in WiltfhJre, the Rev. I Mr.Thomas Sneed, B.D. Reclor of Preftwood in'that ; County, a very learned Divine, anil Arithor of many e#-cellerit Treatifes in Defence of Chnftianjty.. J A few Days ago died at Bardfeld-Lodge in Effex, the Seat of Governor Stephenfon, Mr-. Rebecca Stephenfon, f Mother of the faid Gentleman, in the 85th Year of her ) Age. \   Ort'We\mefday Mdied, at her Houfe in Gerrard-ftreet iSoho; Mrs.'Loiqg, a Widow Lady of �confiderable For-'tune,5 which 'Ihe-nas left amongft her RelatioBs.    . ;   On Thurfday fe.ft died, at Coventry,1 Mr. Benjamin fH^ycOck, of ^Bread-'SHirest, Cheapfide; one of the ^realeft : 1 t$anufa&urers oif RibbcwsJn^Englaad. ;a \    - t   Torh March *5 JLaft Week 4U& in this C^^tfe* I dqboun^le^'l^s. -Pitt, We-nf .-Cbl, Pfe, ani. ill Lord Fauconberg, one of the'Ltfrds^f -ho MaferVy^'^Beo^ I Chamber, ^she was cimeft out of; Town Yefterday f Morning, -to be buried at-the Family Seat at Newbargh. j   The other Day alfo died Thomas jWeombe," fe^fq; ' at buncombe. Par'k i� this County.   He Itos formerly t Reprefentative in Parliament for the Boraaghof Rippon. I   On Sunday Morn--ag likewife' died, ^Jbleph "StiHin^ftoB, j, of ICelfield, JBfq; who was in the Go'mmHTi f Soot ori, thi Elhiblilh-*mi&     ,^''"f- '   '<*; %! ''  ' Laft -^Teeki  wfon, Gent. Second Lieutenant; and Tho. I Dillon,* Gent. Enfign, in' fyajor-Geheral Ir\VinY Rej|i-gflien.t' t - > '    � JefEery Martin, ^Gent. Second Lieutenant j and Richard |Rynd^^Jeat. Enfign,. in Sir John Briice Hope's Regiment. John Caldwell, Geflt. Second Lieutenant; and John I Kennedy, ;gfq; of Mul.lo, in the County of Longforo*. a :.; young Ltdy of the-2iftof QSobtrt andthef'erjnfdiningzo^r Cent, onbr \ before the zothbf December, and the Tritereil on the whole � to eommence from" the a^th Jnftanr, to-arife from the Duty - on Glafs and Spirituous Liquors, aud in Cafe at any Time or Tknes,-the-Produce of the faid Rates and Duties fhall i happen to be deficient, then and in every fuch Cafe, the - Deficiency to be atifwer'd and made good by and out "6� the firft Supplies which (hall be granted in Parliament, next � after fuch Deficiency (ball appear, and in Cafe no fuch Sup-  plies within fix Months next after fuch Deficiency (hall ! happen) then the fame.Jhali be tr.ade good out of any of the l Monies, which, at any Timecr limesyjballbe br refitain'itr**' It hi Exchequer,  or the Su'ptuJJes commonly called the � SINKING FUND, as by the faid Ac! will fully ari^  more at large appear j which does likewife in every Re-fpecl fecure to the Poffeflors a Transferable Property at \ 4. per Cent, at the Bank, equal to thofe called-Sooth-Sefc- Annuities, and are at this Time $.per Cent, cheader, a!-slowing for the Dividend due at Lady-day laft on the 1 South-Sea- Annuities, and the Diftance of Time forsaking the Payments on the Bank Annuities; which Difference .: catontitldng fubfift. Should your Readers. (who have Mo-i ney to employ) enquire ir.to the above Facls j which will be of Service'to'themferves, as \ve)l as to Tour humble Servant, A Subscriber* High Water at London-Bridge, this Day at 41 Minute* g after 4. ..  . . ,..............._. .. -Bank-Stock fhiit. ____________   Dittb Perrriifs 17 a 1 4'tb a 17 Pr. Ilndia 156 1 4th.   Sourb Sea Stock no Price.   Dittq.014 �r-t0 tifatoahfa ho Price.  Ditto Nevv    % 4ths_a 5 8ths. Foui^ ?perCe"rit. Bank AOTaitr&Sfc a 87 7 8ths. Tlireeper Cent.' I Annuities 743 ^ths.   Ditto 174a, '74 3 4ths.   Ditto) \ 1745, and 1744, 74 3 4ths. D1K01745, 74 3 4ths. Mil-'lton'Bank no Price. Equivarerit 95.   Royal Affurance no Prifee.    London Affurance ^ 3 4'ths.   Englim Cop-j ; per 5 1. Seven perCent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five pe'f Cciit. ditto no Price.   Bank Circulation 3 1. 10 s� India Bonds 16%. a 11 s. Difc.  Thee      half %U f al* Ires '^"efice." Three arTd a nalT per Cent. ^Excheq uer 6r-' ders fio Price,  ^hree "per Cent. Ditto no Price. Tickett z 's.'a*i s. . ,.    ~ - HAY-MARKET. At the RING'S THEATRE in the HAY-MAR*?T, Tceflay MAt, April 1, wUl be perform'd a flew OPERA, �JW A  R  T  A  M  E  N  E. , ^V^Dawces andnthir. Decoa attonEntirely Ntw?>f Pit and Soke* td be ^>at t , -   �o ftrfijns *hatfteVfet W ^"a'dnMttea befend the Scene*. I The Gallery to be op;n*a at Four o'Clock.   Pic and ^oxes at Five* . To ^ita at Six o'Glock. D   R  U  R   Y-L A  N  E, fey Ms Majefty's Cfapatiy af Comedians^ A T the Theatre - Royal in Drury - Lane* Jf\ Monday nex^ vull be prefented-a ConeJt* eaU*d Ihe     A L C H Y M 1ST. .Subtle, Mr. Mills \ Face, Mr. Mkklin ; Sir Epicure Mammon* S Mr.Bewy j LoVewit, Mr. Woodbur'n ;    .... _ Amnbs, MnNeatej TKBufation, Mr.Ta/welli Surly, Mr. Ha. vard} K.iftril, Mr. Yates j Dapper, MrrLH|h. Dame Pliant, Mrs. Herfington j Doll Common, Mm. Macklin. '' To which     be added, a he* Mitfical Pantomime, call'd* HARLEQUIN INCEJ^PiARYj Or, CbtOMBtNE Cameron. The Character of Harlequin by Mr.Yate� 5 . The Pope, Mr�Bihby t. Mjfer, Mr.Collins; Maid, Mifl Royer; Carlos, Mr. Blakes; Beau, Mr. Livies. The Characlei'ol' Co>oi|ib(ae (with proper Soog�} by M�. Glive Highlander. Mr. Wmftone j Sceteh Servant, Mr. Barrington} Tfcirfis/a Volunteer, Mr. JLowe ; An^ret, Mifi Edwards. With proper Daiices, Scotch and other, by Mr. Muilment, Mr, Mechel, Mift Mechel, Mr. W&, Mr. Rejer, Mr.Shaw/ord* Mr, Miles. Fame, Mrs. Arne j       YiSory, Mi6vVoBBg� The Songs compos'd by Mr�ARN.E, � mt6'New Scenes inett fermaaee. "' No Perfsniean be admitted behind the Scenes. BfrXfl�S�'  P^i*'   Firft Gallery i s.    tapper GaHer/|�f 1 To bej^ cjwftij at S\*f ,   

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