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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 9, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. MONDAY,   June 9,   1745. num b. 3625; Deal, June 7. iRRIVED his Majefty's Ship the! Sheernefs, and remain with the Surprize Man of War, and the Fenet Sloop with the Outward- / bound Ships; and the Lyon,1 Lydn, for Dublin; Clare, Rice;' and Ellis, Francis, for Falmouth; ; Richardfon, Eafton; and Anne, t | Dodfworth, for Dieppe; Succefs,. Rdard, foTplymouth ; Suttle, Hancock; and Crawford,! for Liverpool ; Neptune, Thornton; Chriitian, Bell;? Betfey, Wilfon; Hopewell, White; Stephen and Jane, i Leatoly 5 and Gerrard, Robinfon, for Portfmouth. Wind ' W.byS. The Vernon, Reeks, from Pool, is arrived at Carolina. LONDON. ExtraB of a Letter from Rotterdam, June 10. * It is now thought, the Dutch are not fo blind to their * own Jntereft as they have been- imagined to be. They ' have endeavoured indeed to bring about a general Accom-� modation, and their Situation with Refpeft to France, * not being actually at War with that Power, gave them * an Oppoitunity of founding the French Miniftry by their   Wltl* a proper Train of Artillery, either to canton or encamp there, as the Commanding Officer fhall judge moft proper. & J   6 From the London Gazette. Whitehall, June 4> His Majefty came this Day to the nouleof Peers, and being in his Royal Robes, feated on P i.hrone w'th the ufual Solemnity, Sir Charles Dalton, ^entleman.Ufher of the Black Rod, was fent with a Mef-�ge from his Majefty to the Houfe of Commons, commanding their Attendance in the Houfe of Peers.   The ommons being come thither accordingly, his Maisfty was P-eafed to give the Royal Aflent to, An Aft tor fettling an additional Revenue of Twenty- w: thoufand Pound, upon hjs Royal Highnefs William f*Ke of Cumberland, and the -Heirs Male of his Body, Country>{ Services done h? his Ro>'al Highnefs to his Pa^KlAft     the m0re e&e&aal fecuring the Duties now �.}'able on Foreign made Sail-cloth imported into this ^ngaom j and for charging all Foreign made Sails with a y > and for explaining a Doubt concerning Ships being obliged, at then-firft fetting out to Sea, to be fumifhed with one complete Sett of Sails made of Englifh Sail-cloth.  An Act to attaint Alexander; Earl of Kellie, William Vifcount of Strathallan, Alexander Lord Pitfligo, David. Wemyfs, Efq;; cstomonly called Lord Elcho, eldeft Son and Heir, apparent to James Earl of Wemyfs, James Drummond, eldeft Son and Heir apparent of William Vifcount of Strathallan, Simon Frafer, Efq; eldeft Son to and Heir apparent of Simon Lord Lovat, George Murray, Efq; commonly called Lord George Murray, Brother to James Duke of Athol, Lewis Gordon, Efq,'commonly called Lord Lewis Gordon, Brother to Cofmo George Duke of Gordon, James Drummond, taking upon him-, leif the Title of Duke of Perth ; James Graham, late of Duntroon, taking on himfelf the Title of Vifcount of Dundee ; John Nairn, taking on himfelf the Title or Style of Lord Nairn ; David Ogilvie, taking upon himfelf the Title of Lord Ogilvie; John Drummond, taking upon himfelf the Style or Title of Lord John Drummond, Brother to James Drummond, taking on himfelf the Title of Duke of Perth'; Robert Mercer, Efqi otherwife Nairn, of Aldie; Sir William Gordon of Park ; John Murray of Broughtoh, Efq; John Gordon the Elder of Glenbucket; Donald Carhefon the Younger of Lochiel; Doftor Archibald Cameron, Brother to Donald Cameron the Younger of Lochiel $ Ludovick Cameron of Tor Caftle; Alexander Cameron of Dungallon ; Donald Mac Donald of Clahrohald,  Junior, Son of Rhonald Mac Donald of Clanronald; Donald Mac Donald of Lochgarie ; Alexander Mac Donald of Keppoch j Archibald Mac Donald, Son of Colonel Mac Donald of Barifdale ; Alexander Mac Donald; of; Glencoe; Evan Mac Pherfon of Cluhie ; Lauchlao Mac Lanchlan, of Caftle Lauchlan; John MacKinnon of Mac Kinnon ; Charles Stewart of Ard-fheil; George Lockhart, eldeft Son and Heir apparent of George Lockhart of Carnwath; Lawrence Oliphant the Elder of Gafk ; Lawrence Oliphant the Younger of Gafk ;, James Graham the Younger of Airth; John Stewart, commonly called John Roy Stewart; Francis Farquharfon, of Monalterye } Alexander Mac Gilivrae of Drumaglafti; Lauchlan Mac Intofh, Merchant at Invefnefs, Malcolm Rofs, Son ef Alexander Rofs of Pitcalny ; Alexander Mac Leod, Son, to Mafter John Mac Leod, Advocate; John Hay, Portionef of Reftalrig, Writer to the Signet; Andrew Lumfdale, otherwife Lumfdain, Son to William Lumfdale, otherwife Lumfdain, Writer in Edinburgh; and William Fidler, Clerk in the Auditor's Office in the Exchequer of Scotland, of High Treafon, if they fhall not render themfelves to one of his Majefty's Juftices of the Peace on or before the Twelfth Day of July, in the Year of our Lord One thoufand jfeven hundred and forty fix, and fubmit to Juftice. An Aft to indemnify fuch Perfons as have afted in Defence of his Majefty's Perfon and Government, and for'the Prefervation of the publick Peace of this Kingdom, during the Time of the prefent unnatural Rebellion, and Sheriffs and others who have fuffered Efcapes occafioned thereby from vexatious Suits and Profecutions. An Aft for calling any fufpefted Perfon or Perfons, whofe Eftates or principal Refidence are in Scotland, to appear it Edinburgh, or where it fhall be judged expedient, to find Bail for their good Behaviour. An Aft more effeftually to prevent profane Curfing and Swearing. An Aft to continue Two Afts of Parliament, one for encouraging the Growth of Coffee in his Majefty's Plantations in America, and the other for the better fecuring and encouraging the Trade of his Majefty's Sugar Colonies in America. An Aft for the better Encouragement of the Trade of his Majefty's Sugar Colonies in America. An Aft for the better regulating of Elections of Members to ferve in Parliament for fuch Cities and Towns in that Part of Great-Britain called England as are Counties of themfelves. ' An Aft for the better Prefervation of Havens, Roads, Channels, and navigable Rivers, within that Part of Great-Britain called England. An Aft for enlarging the Term and Powers granted by an Aft paffed in the izth Year of the Reign of his late Majefty King George the Firft for repairing and enlarging theRoad fromLiverpoole to Prefcot,and otherRoads therein mentioned, in the County Palatine of Lancafter, and for amending the Road leading from Prefcot to the Chapel of St. Helen, in the faid County. An Aft to impower Lora Pirt, Widow, to ereft a Bridge or Bridges over the River Froome, and to make a Cauleway to the Eaft End of the Town of Dorchefter, over Forthington Moor, in the County of Dorfet. And to Eleven private Bills. Whitehall, June 4. Yefterday an Exprefs arrived from his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland with the following Advices, Fort Jugufus, May 27. We arrived here the 24th, with 11 Battalions of Foot, and the Duke.of Kingfton's Horfe. His Royal Highnefs propofes next'f hurfday tolend'^lough-ton's Battalion half Way to Fort William, to take Poll and fecure the Road, asd to go thither himfelf the fame.. Day, and to return the next ; and on Saturday that Battalion is to go into Fort William, to relieve, the Remains of Guife's. Lord Loudon was with his Royal Highnefs Yefterday, by whom we learn, that having marched with the Highlanders under his Command, and fome regular Troops, commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Howard, and Major Lockhart, againft the Camerofis and M'Donalds, who were affembled to the Number of 500, fsr the Security of Lochiel and Barifdale, they immediately difperfed on the Appearance of his advane'd Parties, Lochiel'Ordering every one to fhift for himfelf: Upon their Difper-fion, the Camerons fent a Perfon to defire they might be admitted to bring in their Arms, and fubmit themfelves to the King's Mercy. Lord Loudon is now gone into Bade-noch for two or three Days, to difarm the Rebels there, and, it is thought-, they will irnmettiately fubmit, as the M'Pherfons have already in great Meafure done, to Brigadier General Mordaunt, in his Paffage thro' their Country to Perth. As the Rebels are' at.prefent in a Wanner dii-perfed, his Royal Highnefs does not propofe.to ftay here above a Week longer, except  any Thing extraordinary fhould happen, but will march South by the King's Road to Crief. The following Advices were alfo received upon the jd Inftant from Edinburgh, Edinburgh, June 30. We do not hear at prefent that there is any coniiderable Body of Rebels together any where, the Generality having fubmitted to the King's Mercy. Colonel Campbell came to FonjWilham upon the "24th, and upon the 25 th join'd Getferal Campbell at Appin. Upon the 27th they were ta^embark ai Dunftaf-nage, in order to take Poffeffion of Stronhan, where it is reported that fome few of the Rebels ftill continue in Arms. The Tranfports from Newcaftle arrived at'Leith on Wed-nefday, as did the Tranfports frorn Invernefs the Night before. As Provifions and Forage for the Whole came by thofe from Newcaftle, they are making the proper Di -ftribution, and taking in Water, &c. and will be ready to fail with the Heffians in eight or ten Days. ddmiralty-Office, June 7. In Purfuance of his Maje*-. fly's Pleafure, the Right Honourable the Lords Cornmn-iioners of the Admiralty have appointed Richard Leftock, Efq; Admiral of the Blue. On Saturday laft his Serene Highnefs the Prince, of HefTe dined with his Grace the Duke of Newcaftle at Claremont, where a moft magnificent Entertainment was provided, confifting of upwards of 100 Difhes, befides De-ierts. His Highnefs view'd Richmond Houfe, and Hampton Court Palace, in nis way thither. Yefterday their Royal HighnefTes the Prince and Prin-cefs of Wales dined in Publick with the Prince of Heffe at Somerfet-Houfe; where were alfo the Minifters of State, Foreign Minifters, and feveral other Perfons of Diftinc-tion. ^  } His Serene Highnefs the-Prince of, Heffe will accompany their Royal HighnefTes the Prince and Princefs of Waies this Evening to the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. On Saturday laft a Patent pafs'd the Great Seal, appointing James Drapef, Gent, to be Searcher of the Cuftoms in the Port of Hull, and all Ports and Creeks thereunto belonging ; a Place of confiderable Profit. . - The fame Day the Judges iffued a Precept to the Under Sheriff of the County of Surry, to fummon a Jury for Trying feveral of the Rebels, at St. Margaret's-Hill in Southwark this Day Fortnight. And, as we are informed, they are to be tried by the Lord Chief Baron Parker, Mr, Juftice Dennifon, and Mr. Baron Clarke.. *� It is faid that there will fpeedily be a Draught made of 14 Men out of each Company of the Guards, in order to be fent to Flanders. On Saturday lafl Mr. Gataker, Surgeon in Park-Place, St. James's, was married, by the Rev. Mr. Archdeacon Hammond, to Mifs Hill, Daughter of the late Thomas Hill, of Court of Hill in Shropfhire, and Niece to Andrew Hill, Efq; Member of Parliament for -Bifhop's-Caftle in the fame County. On Saturday laft was married Samuel Crouch, Efq; a Gentleman of a large Eitate in Oxfordfhire, to N/iifs Harris, only Daughter.'of Richard Harris, Efq; of the fame County, an agreeable Lady, with J4000I. Fortune. The Jofeph, 'Hayman, from Waterford to Newfound-Hand, is re-taken, and brought into Briftol. AD V ERTISEM EN TS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffbe-Hovse, in Lombard-Scire*.   

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