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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 30, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. FRIDAY, May 30, 1746. Deal, May 28. *HIS Morning failed the Saltafh Priva-. teer to the Weftward. Came down Wilmington, Adims, from Bofton 1 Gloucefter, Gorihafc; and Sand-, wich, Hailing, for Cape Breton ; and remain with his Majefty's Ship .Surprize ; Sarah and Elizabeth, Lafhleyj Richmond> Frazier ; the Nathaniel and John, Sales, for Cape Breton; the Atlas, Wheeler, for Antigua; Ofwego, Waddell, for. New York j Anne, Houftbn, for Philadelphia i Lydn,"xyon, for Dublin. Arrived the Tufcany; Sprackling, from Leghorn. WindS.W. Gnavefend, May 2%. .Pafs'd by St. Johannes, Mons, from Norway ; and the Pelican, Ham, from South Carolina. LONDON. Extras of a tetter /rem Go/port, dated May V]. 1 On Friday Evening arrived at Portfmouth, General � Sinclair, with feveral Officers of Diftjn&ion, attended � by a handfome Retinue, and it is generally believed they � will very foon embark for the intended Expedition. � Troops are daily embarking, and Colonel Paulet's Regi-1 ment of Marines that was quartered in Kent is daily ' expe&ed to arrive, to go on the above Expedition. The Prince of Heffe fet out from Scotland for Londoa the 24th, and is expe&ed to lye at Somerfet Houfe, Tomorrow Night, the Lodgings ^being fitting up with all Expedition, and other Preparations making f6r his Reception. Th^ Evening the Princefs Caroline comes to Kenfingr ton from Bath. Yefterday being the Anniverfary of die Reftoration of King Charles the Second,, the Morning wjas ufher'd in by Ringing of Bells; at One o'CIock, the Park and Tower Guns were fired, and the Evening concluded with Bonfires, Illuminations, and other publick Demphfjtrations of Joy, *nd Leyaltyj throughout the Cities of Lohdon.and Weft-minfter. The fame Day die Right Rev. Dr. Gilbert, Lord Bifhop of Landaff, Preach'd before the Right Hon. the Houfe of Peers, at the Collegiate Church of St. Peter's, Weftmlnfter; and took his Text, from Proverbs the xxivtfi. and Ver. 21. My Son fear thou thi "Lord, and the Kingi and meddle not
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