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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 12, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. Numb. 362S; THURSDAY,  June 12,  1746. Dm!, June 10. ESTERDAY failed his Majefty's ; Ship the Chatham. Remain his Majefty's Sloop Ferrit.  Wind i N.E. 1 Dover, Jtmt ic. Yefterday ; Afternoon a Fleet Pjfs'd i>y from the Downs to the Wcftward; alfo the John and Jane, Walker ; Diligence, Sutton; the William, Cowper i John, Kirby ; and William, Parkin, from Sunderland, to the Weftward. Wind N.W. The Gibraltar Packet, Wright, From Gibraltar, is arrived at Antigua. The Poibroke, St* Barbe ; Jofeph and Mary, Carr ; awl CapcFare, Dubois, from London, at Antigua. The Friendlhip, Woodcock and the Shaw, Brickell, from Leverpool, at Antigua. The Wexford, Lyon, from Lifbon j the Argyle, Elliot, from Philadelphia; Brook, Doran, from Africa; and the Vernon, Manly, from London, at Barbadoes. The Eliftabeth and Martha, Woodward, from Barbados at Cork. The Houghton, Scott, from Mahone, at S. Carolina. The Argyle, CWk, from Mahone, at Virginia. LONDON. Yefterdey being the Anniverfary cF his Majefty's happy Acceffion to the Throne, who then enter'd into the aoth Year of his Reign, the Morning was ufher'd in with Ringing of Bells j at Noon there was a moft fpiendid Appearance of the Nobility, Foreign Minifters and Perfons of Diftioction to pay their Compliments to his Majefty at Kenfington on (hat Occafi/on. At One 0'Clock the Guns in the Park and at the Toiler were rVd ; tb� Ships in the River dtfplay'd their Colours j and the Evening concluded with all poffible Demonftmtons of Loyalty and Joy* The fame Day the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor went ih State to St. Paul's Cathedral, and afterwards gave an ekgant Entertainment at GoMfrbiths Hall, where bis lordJhrptreated the principal Officers of the Hon. Artillery Company, who marched thro1 the City, paid their Compliments to huLordlhip as they pafs'd by the Hal^and jjerform'd aa Exoreife qf Asms in the Artillery Ground. Letter* from Antigua mt^Jbn, that his Mnjeity's Ship the Lynn, Capt^Tyrel, had taker! ind brought into Antigua, the 2 ill of April, a large French Ship of 30 Guns, watA home from Marttnico.---The fhjgrc Letters mention, that the Fleet; was expected tt> fell rYofr Antigua for �pgUndthe7tih pf under Convoy q| two Men of War, one of 80, and the other of *c Gnus. On Tuefflay Jaft foiled from St. Helens-, his Majefty's ShijpsSt. George,. Prince Frederick, ^pd Lark, in order join Admiral Martin. The Betty, Cendie, from Madeira to Barbadoes, is taken by the French, and carried into Martinico. A Ship belonging to Leverpool, bound' from Cork to Moqtftnat, was taken by. the French, afterwards re-taken, and taken again by the French; and is carried into Mir-ttnioa. The Lark,Heyftain, fcimlvaa&t Lwerpool from Antigua ; (he came Out on the 29th of April, in Company with the Nancy, bound to Lendoa, but patted with her theaext Day ; ami &00 after few a Ship heat1 down upon her, which they took to be a Privateer. Letter fire* Liver)rtlt firieS. � HiU� wte Holier to his Majefty-. On Teeflaylaft one BerB�, a Foreigner, (fitppos'd to w diforder'd in bis Senfes) ftahb-'d a Man in Tyburn Road, ia fetertL Parts of hi� Body, In a very dangerous manner;. �n which he was immediately apprehended, and being carried before. Sir Thomas De Veil, was by himeom-��ted to the Gatehouse* where he hang'd himfetf i� the ^oomJie was confine in. . They write from Burford in Oxfordfhrre, that on Safur- j day latt was commined to Oxford Goal, by John Lenthals, i Efq; one Fuller, of Great Rolewright, on Sufpicion of i murdering a Baftard Child of his own; which was found ; drown'd in one of the Ponds m Woodftock Park, belong- ; ing to his Grace the Duke of Marlborough. '       j NEWCASTLE June 7. On Wednefday Jaft arrived in Town from London, Walter Blackett, Efq; one of our worthy Representatives in Parliament. Lalt Night his Grace the Duke of Cleveland arrived here. We are informed by a Captain of a Ship who arrived here Yefterday from London, that on ThurtHay Se'nnight were feen without Yarmouth Sands three French Privateers. The fe*geft of them carries 30 Guns, half of them Twelve Pounders, the reft Nine and Six Pounders; one is of 20 Guns, and the other a Cutter ; the laft of which had tak�n a Fi&ing Ve&l belonging to Yarmouth, but ranfomed her. Several Letters from Yarmouth confirm the above Account. His Royal Highnefs the puke of Cumberland is expected in this Town the Middle of next Week. ExtraS of a Letter from fort Augujtut Camp., May 36.  On the 16th the Regiments of Howard, Price, and Cholmondeley marched from Invernefs for this Place. The Duke with Kingfton's Horfe, Barrel's, Wolf's, Skelton's, Sackville'*, Campbell's, Houghton's, De-jean's, and Conway's Foot, came here the 24th. The Duke lies in a Tent; but he has a neat Bower built for him near the Ruins of Fort Auguftus, on which the Rebels expended 19 Barrels of Powder in blowing it up ; but there fttll remain foine Rooms of that good Barrack, that are ufefui for Kkchins, &c to the Duke, Lieute-nant-General Hawjey, and Lord Albemarle. On the 2 2d we fent out Lieuteriant-Colonel Howard; and Major Lockhart, with 600 chofen Men ftorn ^ur Brigade, who with 1700 Foot, under Lord Loudon, and iome under Lieutenant-Colonel Campbell, attempted to furprize Lochyel, the Secretary Murray^ arid a Scots French Officer, with about 300 Men. The Rend Lieutenant-Colonel Howard marched was fb bad, that his Party could not Come up fo foon as at firft expected. By this Means the Rebels got off on the Topi of the Mountains, except about 11 taken and brought in here. Our Party is returned with a great Number of Cattle, after having ** burnt many of their Huts. ' Lord IaudOd, with kk Highlanders, continue about Lochiel's Houfe. Major General Campbell is gone by Water on the Back of them j fo that it is hoped the Roots of the Rebellion will feoft be plucked up. The Rebels drown'd in the old Barracks fever&l of our Men, who were Prifoners, m, Ae Well; or Cifterp. Their Bodies are now floating about there j and the Prifoners we have brought in this Day are fet down by that Place, to view their Cruelty.        ^ Extras tf another Letter frm tort Jugafifs, May 30. * There is no Body cf the Rebek together^ except about 300 of the Cametons, who came to an Agreement about four Days ago with Lord Loudon^ who is near Fort William with about 2000 Militia) but they no foon�rmad*an Agreement bnttbey broke it. Two Days' fmce Glefegary'b Houfe was burnt, with aft the little Huts on his Lands -5 for they don't defefve the Name oft Houfeij end Yefterday LochkPs Houlis; and Lands; were ferved the fame Way, Olfr Men have brought in at) (he Cxtdethey CQuTd find upon rjief^rounds, which, is a vaft Number y (0 that in a Week's Time the Villains, wiUiuvc nothing left to ftifeCft them. Yeltetday Morning a Servant of the pletended Duke of Perth was taken about a Mile from this Place, as he was coming to deliver btmfeif up. On Bxammatipn he declared, that his Mafter and Brother had gone off in two French Mere of War which lately engaged theGreyhptud, Baltimore^ and Vulture Sloops; and that the Pretender fail'd eight Days before that from the fame Place. � This Mornim* at Three o*Clock, the brave Duke fet out on HorfebacK for Fort WttHam, whh 100 of King-Ron's Ligbt-Horfe as his Guard ; and before Nihe ho reached that Fort, the Guns being hebrd at this Place about that Time; and he returns this Night hither 'Tis {aid his Royal Highnels fets out forEngkwd the Middle of next Week. Houghton's Regiment is march'd to reinforce the Garrifonat Fort William.Oar Parties that are fent out, fcarctevet fee any Body but Women Children. ' P.*'. Young Lockfert of Carnwarth,embark'd with the Duke of Pexqh. aad Lord.Jfthft Dramjndnd.' SCOTLAND. Eatu&f/rgk, Jttrte^.  We are informed, that^Sir James Stuart of Bury* who had engaged in the Rebellion, is taken by Lieutenant Moodie, of the Marines, whofe Father be had murdered. About 36 French Officers, amongft which is the Perfon fliling himfelf the French Ambafiador, are arrived here, and. are to be conducted to Cariifle. Yefterday fourteen Colours taken from the Rebels at the Battle of CuHodon, were brought in Proceffion from the Caftle of Edinburgh, under a Detachment of Col. Lee's Regiment, to be burnt publickly by the Hands of the common Hangman. The Pretender's own Standard was carried by the Hangman ; and each of the others by Chimney Sweepers, from the Caftle to the Crofs, where a large Fire was lighted for that Purpofe. The Pretender's Colours were burnt firft, with three Flourilhes of the Trumpets, and amidft the repeated Acclimations of an innumerable Company of Spectators. The like was done with every one of the Colours feparately; the Heralds always proclaiming the Names of the Traitors to whom they be-long'd. The Ceremony concluded with burning the Lord Lovat's Camp Colours, with equal and repeated Huazas. To the Author of the General Advertiser. SIR. L ofN! and.lr OOKING into the Memoirs of. Baron PoIJnitx, on Account of the Character given from them laft Week ot M. Saxe> I found that of another Perfon of high Dif-tinftion lately deceafed, whofe Memory defervfes the more to be regarded,in England-, for his Relation to the Princefs of Wales, and for the Honour of the Garter not long fmce conferred on him by his Majefty. The Baron tells us in one Place, (Vol. 1. p. go of the OfitavoEdition) that 4 John JddpbustfSaxe-Wtiftnfetds 4 was a Prince of uncommon Merit, whofe Sentiments and * Adions were no Dijjparagement to his Birth.' Hefpeaks of him thus more fully after, (Ibid. p. 114.) < The Duke, 4 who was born Sept, 4, 168;, is, of a good Stature.  His * Air, Behaviour and Way of Thinking denote his Birth; ( end never was Prince more worthy or being fo. He is ' beneficent, generous; and all the Qualities which attract ' Love and Efteem are united in his Perfon. -After having � fpent his early Days in the Service of Heffe-Caffcl, he ' entered into that of the late King, and in the feveral * Campaigns which he made in Germany, Italy, Flanders, ' and Poland, he always fignaliz'd his Valour : Particu- * larly not long ago, when he fupported the Reputation of ' the King's Army before Dantzick in a conspicuous Man-' ner. His Goodnefs, his Modeny, and his Care to di�-4 tinguiih true Merit, gain him the Love and Veneration ' both of the Officers and Soldiers. This Prince is actually ' a Lieutenant-General in the Emperor's Service, General ( of the Saxon Horfe and Foot, Colonel of the Life-' Guards, and of a Regiment of Foot, and Knight of the � Order of the White Eagle. He is the Widower of the < Princefs of Saxe-Eyfenach, and profenes the Lutheran � Religion.      ' The Author of the Prefent State of Germany informs us farther, That he had erne Son by his Dutchefs, the Princefs of Saxe-Eyfenach, who died in his Infancythat he was highly confidered at the Court of Dreiden, and dignified with the Title of a Prince of the Blopd. It was in 1734, upon the Death of FieldrMarfbal Wackerbaith, that he was nominated GeneralilEmo of the Troops of the Electorate of Saxony. His Highoefs commanded the Saxon. Auxiliaries which within two Years pair, ferved in Conjunction with the Auf-triinsln Bohemia ind Silefia: Bat was not prefent at the laft Battle near Drefden. Jvbn Adtlpbus was of the Albertine (now the Electoral) Branch of the Houfe of Saxony, whereby his Eftates,,upon his Death without Iffue Male,, devolved to the King-Eloaor, Auguftus III. They confifted of Weiffenfelds ; the Principally of Querfurtj the Critmties ol Barby, Bybra, Thomafbrak, Lania j the Bailiwicks of Langen-fatsr Eckafeurgh, and Seachenbargh^    _n   1   if    �   111 1 i.m 11 i,,, !� (I )  .   I, ; f   y-, 1       * After the ufual Entertainments of Mafic at C U P E REGARD ENS, this Day, the 12th Inft. a grand Triumph will be difplayed on the Glorious Victory obtained over the Rebels by his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland, in emblematical Figures, an4 magnificent Fire-, works with Triumphant Arches burning in various Co-' lours j the whole being the moil Superb Piece ever yet exhibited in Europe.-^N.B. The Bowling Greens arein ve-[ty good Order. High*Water tha Day at London-Bridge at 51 Minutes after 4. AD V ERTISEMEN TS are taken in for this Paper, auLloyd's Coffbe-House, in Lombard-Suret.   

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