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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 1, 1846, London, Middlesex                                T U ESD A Y,   April; i; ; 174& Deal, March 30. EMAIN in the Downs he Majefty*s Ship the Scipio, and Otter Sloop. Poo/, March 29. Sailed .Erne, Lee ; and John and Thomas, Hen-, ning, for London, Arrived at Dub. lin, from hence the Amelia, Wall ker jEagte,W^ftqnand CoUierg Popej and at Waterfbrd the Coronation, trong. Southampton, March to. Sailed thc^oirtague, Lillie, and Good-hope, aU for Guerazey. � The Two Sifters, Shearfon, irpmLantafter, is arrived* at Jamaica.' . .     ; The Drake, Archer, from Newfoundland . Naples. , The Anne, Lawrence, from Lttbon; Concord, Dtickjj from Peterftwrgh ; arid Gift of God, Brandine, frdmWa-terford, at Leghorn. The Onflow* Kaite, from London, at Newfoundland. The Betty; Harding, from Oporto and Fox's Prisfcef Rulcau, froin Southampton; at tyublin. The Betty, James, from Madeira, at St. Ives. Thelfabeila, Jordin, from Oporto^ -.Nottingham^ fromCape-f are i -and Rider, Lee, from Jamaica, at Le-verpool. �i- \ Yefterday arrived the Mails from Holland. 1 " IBruJeh, Ap-il a. The 80 Veffels, moft of them putch^ which have been kept for fame Time at Dunkirk, and 1 i others which were flopped at Oftejid, both on AcQQant^of ' the Embargo, are at length releafedi and are failed fpr the Places thetf~ are bound .to. * The Enghih. appear To often] and in fuch NuMb^r* tehvfthtf&arh, that the Captoini oFrhe Tranfports' ready j^feil have hrtdared/-toftir^ Thole Teffdfr that were gcjit,, lntp_ tjfc Road have thonghc Jroper tib-itl^%$^^kQ^^.^^!c^'i "but "not af outjge^i^^arciipdjby tie *�*iw�, Ships that venture) * ExtraS of 4 private Letter from Edinburgh) datt� March tc. .� Sir Andrew Aghew, with his Party, which is now �� not above A$o&t are befteged in th# CaJIle of Blair.-- f. When rJjeRebek firft appealed, .with Lord ,'Ge�xge\Mui- * ray at their Head, he offer'd them Battle, which they / refus'd: Bat ijbeir Bojdj? increa�ag he took to tha CalUe, "** which cannot be;.taken withc^t; Cwnon; fome fay (hey * have two finall Pieces, others fay ndne; however, as * Sir Andrew, has PrWifions he will defend the Caftle ajt ' long as poffibje. The Hufiars who were reconnoitring '^them/blrdaghl to jgrtfr i.6;or rg.prifoners, whom they j�- had terribly &$*nd ;fefltfj, their Broad-Swydanot-be-'� ing fuftcieafc ^defend thpn againft thefe Troops.   A * Party of Heffians, composMqfthe Prince, Lora Crawl '* ford, and four Regiments, are march'd to Sir Andrew's * Relief. �They tell us from Glafgow, that when a Body of Ret _f bels appeared before Fort William, the Garrifbn fallied V out and kiiTd to, with the L06 of one Man only.-s � Some time ago the Crews of two or three Ships of War '* landed on the Weft Coaft, and: burnt 26 Villages be| * longing to the Camcrons \ if a Number of their Huttg '} may be fo call'd. ' We hear that a Sloop j�ft come in with a Smuggler -< has brought a-Letier from anOffio^r of the ElthamMaii of War, which mentions their haying left three Englifli ' Ships engaged; with fome Foreign ones, in one of which are fuppbfed b be the SwedifE Officers, and that th of In^atleoceTi; ^ . Mik*, Mw&i ifc-flte-       beardittthing'oftthe Jfii-'/antfirice '^:^|Mrj h^nce^^jfoithat-we know hot wli^-4er he ffops "at Fam or is.gone fiutthftf. "The'Spamaras we.entreiichtnr  W?olfe of the laft mentioned Fronek^rK ypfil 4., Ther�Jjj hctA^earancc ^that the deputies of the lour Anterior Circles, which are afiemblftl here, will fepartteras.yet THefteccirhaving^ffuKd the Circle of Suabia, that in or^ejr m$&&L tSbc Sincerity of their Inteht*M�� wijh regard\j� Neutralrtyrthey'^wfll weak down the B/idpe at^IiiQitnhgilcn^'and dem61ifl>the Works erecte^on this Sidesthq,^bV\to cover it, we hear that th^D^pUtuis(of.thefaid;CMr,?^ffeM�Ie?a>n[Jmv jlave refolveain.r^turn to Vb%ve]at;ejeaa Jtfeutrafity> - It f 'aid, that the'Circle of Bavaria, aUbn)bkd a& Wafts)-JargVhas likewife 'refdlvect.Foot i&T^e Coatingent, �n^Condidq^i^fliali oe employed only to maintain (feeNeutrality of the1 Empire agalml any At-toaptswhatfocvetr*-' - ~      1 , ^�^lliettt�nani^ehei^iae5chwartzenberff- who landed ;Ye^fday: at Kefvbeftu^s, with feveral Oi Advance-Money to 5 Guineas, they, therefore rofe in a Bodyj afcended Brandon-hill, and under a Flag which they had fet up eotea'd into a folemn Combination, that not one ihould take lefs than the 15 Guineas, on Pain of being immediately hangup on a Gallows they talk'd of creeling on the! ^aid H^ll Tot- that Purpofe. From thence they all cameTn alformidable Body into the City, and parroU'd the Streets with theitXplpurs flying, arm!d ,with. Bludgeons, 'and huzzaing in a very loud Manner: But as-no one offer'J to op^X? rfmoleilthem, they retir'd in pretty-go^aH^rdSf tb their Quarters, without doing any farther Mtfchief than breaking a-few Windows, and throwing fome Bafests of Pot4toes, &c. aboijt the Streets. Sunday Night laft, as the Under-keeper of Newgate was letting a Woman in at the Door, on a fudden a Debtor (who had planted himfelf with fix others jaft at hand) caught hpld of the Door, and fore'd his Way out, and was immediately followed by the other fix, who all made theirEfcape: .But thvo' the Vigilance of Mr. Dagg, the Head Keeper, four of ^hem have lince been re-taken and put into Irons. Thurfday fevennight laft was rnarried Mr. Wayne, of St. Peter's-ftreet, eileemed one of thegreateft Gloyersand Undertakers in this Part of the Kingdom: But Sunday laft as the faid Gentleman was walking out for the Air, he was feiz'd with a Fit of an Apoplexy, which carry'd him off before he could.be brought home. SCOTLAND. Edinburgh, March 14. His Roya! H-ighnefs the Duke had, not moved from Aberdeen on Saturday Morning. 1 he advanced Guard under General Bland made a Moaoti on Tuefday towards Strathbogie, where a confiderab e Body of the Rebels were polled, who fled on his Approach towards the Spey; and, 'tis faid, John Roy. Stewart is killed. . There was laft Week an Alarm from Perth&ire, and it feems true, that the Rannoch People have furprifed a Party of the Argyllihiremen,-There are Letters by hrft �jlt which vafiirm, that a ftrongjDetachaient-of Rebels-Had blockaded the Caftle of-Blair, and that a Soxps of Hsf-fians were immediately to march to its. Relief.* Jk letter from:Aberdeen brings Advice, that*hrMiiter I Lmtrfrmt>m$�X 4 We havtvery, certain Adyitet. * with&nding onrl^en 0/ War are J nerhffiCoaft; the Hazard Sloop1 r*-iliRth�i^ amlisigon^ aw^ ' Officers, fome Ammuairioni �n1[s, Abercmmble, from Maryland for )ri3on, is rtal:ea and carried into Bayohoe.       \ I    ^ i$uj ^ie^^^igi^, ,fam-Maryiand, fof Londoa,| H(tak!en'aiidpayneduoteBreft..: �>�- ' .A few J5ays iinee ^anT Fican^pfe    all k^rf w) imp;�dent Ht firft to have 15 Guineas a Man j and becaufe the Owners had fallen the 0 X. 0 _-   ,.       ,- certaufyvnu!ne�U!    that Part^as ttrong^Dmchrtents havetaken^filefettof Lo-gieRair, ^e Paft16JP KilUcrankie, and^eveoadwnw^be- m -'tween -p^^i^M^:}^}^      were weiw iSflB^ -� "the Rebels.--ThftlHeffians were expected as Yeff^dayM \ f move ami givether*Battle.       . \ ' .       '    ! \- \ Mr/Parric^Haldahe, and Mr, Alexander Home, _Advo* catei, areappantedjoint Solicitor* for Scodahd. ^ : �* OnTburfday laft an Exprefs pafs^d through Glafgow from his Royal Highnefs the Dake^f Cumberland, for ?hc Lord Lieutenant of irelariB. ' On JFri^ay arrived here jpo. Yorkflure Blues, railed by Lord Maltbo and others afetha^-Ooantjr,-and areqnartered in this City. . They are to be fupplied with Arms fujm th^e Gaftle j and we hear are to_march' North,\to join, the Army. .They adVife, that another Corps' (com .that County took the Wefterfi Road by Carlifte.       .       * - 1 I R E L  AN D.  .    "'  s^ :iaTW>5  .th'e Vh&XMSSfa Ctmmifiw< M%#j$r%fo & 'nbb'6btlohgedto the /aid Ship, to ,r*ifik i*m4\ Jttdgt Jjheeate of hit Majejlfs fleet for hit Dirkajp^^   

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