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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 3, 1846, London, Middlesex                                THURSDAY,   Apri l ,'3, 1 1746. ZW, March 32. REMAIN in the Downs his Majefty's Ship the Scipio, and Otter Sloop. Arrived a Ship from Newcaftle, for New-England.   Wind N.E. Plymouth, March 30. Since my laft came in his Majefty's Ships PooJ, Ludlow-caftle and Taviftock ; with the Anne and Mary of Hull ; and Dorothy of Newcaftle ; both retaken by the Tavi-itock.  Came in alfothe Sufannah of Topfham. Dartmouth, March 30. Sailed hence the Nelfon, Kel-fus, for Madeira ; the Princefs Amelia, Doitin, foj Bri-ftol; and Groene-Lynbaan, fromjKotterdam, for Bilboa. Wind E.N.E. - Weymouth, March 31. Yefterday was chas'd into this Harbour the Rochefter Cutter, Capler, from Rochefter for Plymouth, by two French Privateers; a Snow and a Dogger.   WindW.S.W. Pee/, March 31. Came in the Thomas, Parfons, from London; and Love, Eaily, from Southampton. Pafs'd by Endeavour, Troth, for'Belfaft. Sail'd the Mary, Lock, for Penzance ; John and Elizabeth, Stoneftreet, for Le2; Hope, Bromley, far Guernzsy ; and Weilon's Adventure, Wellon, for Londonderry.   Wind N.E. Port/mouth, April i. Yefterday failed the Surprize Man of War, with the Coaflers for the Downs. The Hector Man of War is come into the Harbour ; and the Fly Sloop is failed with theTrade bound to Plymouth. The Superbe, from Cadiz, is arrived at Vera Cruz. LONDON. Letter from Aberdeen, March 24. �.LaftPoftI had nothing worth your while to advife * you of; one Annand of Old Aberdeen, whofe Son is * Prifoner on Sufpicion, had wrote to the Judge Advocate, 4 and enclofed five 20 Shilling Notes as an Acknowledge-1 ment of his Favours, as he writes. - Mr. Bruce, the * Judge Advocate, immediately  carried the Letter and 4 Notes to his Royal Highnefs, which were given to the ' Sick, and Annand had Time to efcape, and has difap-� peared. General Bland on Thurfday laft had fent a Party 4 of 70 of Campbell's with 25 of Kingftone's Hor'fe, 1 from S:rathbogie to Keith, to evacuate it of the Rebels; 4 with Orders to join him again that Night at Strathbogie. .� The Rebels on their Appearance fled, and falfe Notice * was given this advanced Party, that the Rebels had * drolled Spey : Oh this they continued at Keith all Night, * and in too fecure a Manner, for the Rebels about 5 or � 600 fecured about Eleven at Night a! 1 the Avenues to * the Town : The King's Party had only Time to.form '* in the Church-yard before they were attacked about � Twelve. They however fought rhdS: defperately, but 4 were all made Prifoner?, except a Comet and five Ligh't-4 horfe, who efcaped by a ^yrlane, and jumping feme low Enclosures.; Thofe whoifawthe dead, fay of y6 * in the Streets there was but one Campbell.   I wifh this * maybe a'Reafon to them to look ftrict about them/ as ! they have been often bit by Surprises, and as this is the ' only manner in which the Rebels fh/iy hope for the leaft 4 Succefs. On Saturday Blakeney's Regiment marched to 4 the North, and laft Night the O/derwasfor the whole � Army to move, but this Morning it rain'd fo hard, * Wind. as-S.E,' they could not," and are ftill here. ' Seve-4 ral-Ships have come in here Yefterday and this Night, * with various-Things for the Army ?,atid I. hear a large Fleet is off our Nets, waiting'till the'Tide ferves. ..Fei- � rier of Brechin,. a Captain of the Angus Rebels, is '� matoding "in Glentick ; a Party "of: Dragoons is fent in '� queftof him, and the Marines from Jvlontrofe are gone 4 to Brechin, as he threatens thatTo'wi. One H-t, an 4 Enfun in late Monroe's, and Son itb a Minifter at Edin-: was Woke in Preience of ' the Picquets of the whole Army," and ordered never to *. coine near them.' t Another Enfi^nj; named Ob--fv is 3 4 fufpended-for Six Months fatfbmfcMalepractic'e.   His (' Royal Higlmej's. has. tejfyfiedhis Sattsf/uction with ^pjar * Town in a moft obliging-Mam\er^J onean the ich^eap 4 Living and Plenty of ^atablts, "andnothing, to my Sur- * prize, ftasbeen, wanting, expert J?orrage,! of wfych * they .have, beep afmbft'al wayS in i.Kttch? '    - �' 'We have here a Subfcription of ipo br-2$o Volunteers, 4 for defending our. Town when-the Army is gone; the -4 beft in Town are among them, and none futpected'-are 4 permitted.   I have the Honour 10 tfile, in for one. 4 The Rebel Army are canton'd tfom Invernefs to El-' gin.   A pretty fure Hand lately frerri Elgin fays, they * ave not quite,3000 Highlanders* and not fo?many Umni-' gathcrums of the Low Country.  They ftill give*out '' they are to dilpute, the Paffage of the Spey. - I hear * Earl Loudon, has Ordirs to' crois Murray Firth for 4 Banff*. " \ t  **   .,    * * 'Tie whifpered here, that his Royal Highnefs. has anf '.Exprefs, that there has been a Scuffle"'twixt a Party of[ ' Heflians and a Party of Rebels in Athol, "much tp.the' '' Diladvantage' of the latter'; but this we are uncertain ' of.......: :    .     -_v     ;   .    �' * Some detached Parties had pillaged James Gordsn C'u- * berdie's Houfej his Lady, Lord Fprbes's Daughter, peti-' tioned by herFather his Royal Highnefs, who has ordered * a ftri& Enquiry.into that Matter; and declares, there ne-! yer was any Order for wore than ilje Cat^e and Fjgrhtge ' of the Rebels, the Reft to be left to the Law": He alfo ' ordered Sir E.verardFawkener to give the Lady 100 Gui-' neas for her LolFcr; by this it appears his RoyaJ Highnefs ' knows not of fome little Outrages cOmxnitted,but punilhes ' them when he knows therecf. .     . Ex trail of a Letter from Plymouth, March 31, 8 Con-' firmation that 1; 50 cf the Rebels were the.e. The next ' Day his  Royal Highnefs ordered Brig. Mordaunt to * march with four Battalions, and four Piecesof Cannon, ' to fupport him, if there was Occafion. ' The Defign was, to attack the Uace if the Rebels ' held it out; if they left it; to ftay there. It is very 1 ftrongly fituated, between two Rivers, and capable of ' being defended with great Advantage. v ' The General march'd accordingly, and arriv'd within ' two Miles ef the Town before the Rebels had Notice ' of his Motion. As foon as they faw him, they run to ' Arms, and made a Shew of defending the Plaue ; but ' on the Approach of our. Grenadiers, and .the Argylefhir�-' men, they abandoned it, and fled in great Confufion. . * The General ordered the Horfe to purfue them, which ' they did fome Way, and fired feveral Times; but with- * out any Confequence, that I hear ef, but wounding one ' Roy-Stuart in the Arm. 1 he Dark coming on, the ' Horfe were ohligedto return. ' The General Jaid, if he had had but two Hours more ' Daylight, there would not a third of the Rebels have ' efcaped. It was a cruel Day of Rain, which made the ' March, long and tedious as it was, very troublefome. ' The Rebels were obliged to leave their Dinners fo~our ' Men. As it was Evening, you will wonder the Scoun-' drels ihould fall fo foon into Quality Hours. One ex-' plains it thus, They had marched to Caftle Forbes, I ' luppofe, expecting their Appearance would have fright-' ened it into a Surrender; but when it was not delivt-red ' up, they look'd at it, and returned. From that you ' may judge cf their Condition the following Night, fa-' tigued, frighten'd, and Itarved. - 4 The Army at Aberdeen has Orders to be in Readinefs * at the firft Notice.' Exti-acJ of a Letter from Aberdeen, March tz. 4 On Tuefaay laft General'Bland, with fome of our * Troops quartered at Old Meldrum and Inverury, went ' to Strathbogie, upon Information that/ome of the Rc-4 bels had advanced as far as that Place, and found about * 1000 of them very merry at Dinner; but, on the Ap-' proach of General Bland, they,left the Town in the.ut-4 moft Hurry and Confufion. The General, with King-4 ftoDe's Horfe and the Dragoons, purfued and kiled.a 4 great Number of them, took 500 brands of Arms, and 4 14 Days Provifions which the Rebels had brought with 4 them. 4 We are informed here, that*they have gone quite frorh 4 us; 'tis thought they wJl never look' us in the Face a-4 gain, or that they are attempting to get to England onCe 4 more. - SCOTLAND. Edinburgh, March 27. His Royal Highnefs the Duke ftill continues at Aberdeen ; there is' Advice of the fafe Arrival of Bligh's Regiment, the recovered Soldiers,'and the Storefhips. . A Detachment of about 60 Argyllfhire Highlanders, and 20 pf the Duke of Kingfton's Light-houfe, which fhould have rejoined their refpective Corps on the 20th ult. but apprehending no Danger, remained at Keith fix Miles from Strathbogie: About 12 thatt Nig^hr/ -the Village was furrounded, by 400 of the Rebels, afharp Skirmifh erifued, a few were killed on both Sides; but that'fmall Party being overpowered by Numbers, could hot defend themfelves long, and were obliged to furrendec Pjifoners. Some Soldiers having plundered {he Houfe of Mr. Gordon of Cowbairdie, who is in the Rebellion, his Royal Highnefs the Duke not only (on Information of this Abufe) ordejed theJeaft Trifle to be reftbred, but prtfented, his Lady with a Purfe pf 100 Guineas, -and gave her his . own fign'd Protection.  ' ' r / A. Letter from Angus gives an Account, that fome Pri-Toners which had been taken at the Battle of Falkirk, had made their tfcape from the Rebels i they fay, that their Thhin Body was at Forrefs and Elgin, and that they were in the.utmoft Diftrefs for ProvifionV, that they thelrrfelvcs were almoft. famifhed-before they found Means to get^>^ and that the raw green Kail from the. Fanners Yards are look'd on as a Feaft. They fay further, that their dividing in different Parties was merelyto procure Subfiftance. TheHefliahs' rnoved on Monday l^ft from. Perth.; the Rebels who were at Dunkeld fled on their Approach :. We do not hear of any further Motions. There is Advice., that a Veflel which had been employed tofmiiggle feve aLof the Rebels to France, and is now. returned with an Intention, as is fiippofed, to take on Boaraa Cargo of the fame Kind, is hovering in St.'Andrrw's Bay; rbut the Captain of the Man of War having laft.N jehf re--Ceiving Information, immediately caufed bnft*|"^e. Tenders, to fall clown with the Tide, and it 'is thbaght tlicy "have her by this Time in .Cuftody. ' We hear, the Right Hon, the liarl of Leven is ap[#iatjd his Rlnjsity's High Commiifioner co the enfuinl'A^em-. bly.   

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