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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 2, 1846, London, Middlesex                                S A 1* U R^AY,   Av-dtj st '2,  1745. , AIL' D Ais Mo'fhinghis Magelly's "Sbi|s_the Lynn, Mamrjorough, , th* WinencHea, Amazen, Piute, f, a&4 Ferret Sloop, with the Gut-'' ward bound tp fhe Wcftward. ' Gravifeyid, July 31.   Pafs'd -by Two Brothers, Nicholfon j Anhiand' Catherine, JacohfoR; Andrew; Glafs-Bottle, Boflbwj Salvador*, He^dh j and tnrcaSehria, Xohnfonv from Norway ;Jdhfia&d Betty, Stta^Sn3}/ and Free Endeavour, (SUderfleve; fromCarapvere f Star, Hamerfa?, from Gottcnbafgh ;~and the Madona, Pomerwitcb, From Talm^^Kh^i% Bailed the Exp^&iJdfl Packet, Clfes,; for Lifbo*!.i'WHerd, Btfilain, for SoufJi CarpTina. Wind s.w. >-j"/v,r^ �        - Darttw&, julg ��. This Day came in the William and Alexander, Cenneir^frbm Flufhfng, for Guiney 1 and Great Princeis,-, from Norway.   Wind S.W.   , Pool, Jul} $o. Sailed the Catherine, Burton; Wey-mourh, Bafly j Succefs^ Dale; Two-Brothers, Weldon ; and TownTend,' Burfbrd, to wait Convoy* at Spithead j and Elizabeth, Hooper, for Newfoundland. Crow, J8f?y!>. CarBeTO^ arAiiclror^fteftofir Man of War, ami {ailed fince to Spithead ;aifo came in the Lilly, Mourant, from Southampton, for Guernsey* and is iince failed.    - ......    .   ..... The Friendfhip, Aclcin ; Jenny, DuriUpp ; and Boyde, Magee,. from. Virginia,, are arrived. ,at G'aigow. The Bejty, Lotfe, frpra North Carolina, at Leverpopl. The        Cla*Jf,/rg^ - Ttojyjsiabe^,. Howard,, from London, tat Dublin. The Dragon*. Th^faits,from Jamaica, at New York.' TJ^Squfegygs^^ 4nd the Globe, Rees^fro^ Jamaica, ihb,ktt{u^n to. ' the ftftwM (heX&rSh>J&mSW*l�si79?.came;; ' tfom.thenceyou mu&hedxawn to the Place.p�.E*ecu-' tion ; when you come there youmuft be hanged by the: ' Neck, ttff not tifl yoti    �fead, &s yoii/ifettft be cu(  dowa alive, then ydur- Bbwels inuft be taken, out,, and 1 >burot.before' your Faces ; then , your Heads muft be fe-� ver'd from yoor Bodies, and each of ypiv Bbd|es diyided.  into 'fW^Quartere. j and thefe muft be .at .^e mng\ � Dirpofei. ; And God AlmigWy be Merciful to jjcfttr  Soul.      . T. . 1      - .   '' : ' Which done the Prtforiers were'tafesn Fronj'theBar1., -[ Then the Serjeant at Arms crying,. O Tex,^ laid, ' Oar Sovereign Lord the King ft^y. Charges and ' Commands all Manner of Perfons io keep- Silence upori ' Pain o� Imprifonment.' After which the Lord HiglrSteward flood up uncovered, and declaring there w�is. nothing, more to be done by Ver-Uie of the pe^^Commiffio^, broke the S#ff,. and pfo-nounced ir diffolvred; and then leaving the Chair came down to the Woolpacks, and afked if it   Jhanks were ordered to be given to the-Lord High Steward for hisSpeech made by him on the Convi&ion of the Lords, 9a the Bill of Indictment foand^gainft thenvof High Treafon, and that the Lord High Ghaccelior do caufe the-faid Speech to be forthwith Printed sod Pub-liihed. . Wehearjtbat a Warrant^is iflued. to order Counfellor Morgan's Head to be put up on Tempte-bar; and the others^bedif^ojB'dff, as we formerly: saention'd. - Yefterday be&g the pirft of Auguit, the Acceffiori of the prefent Royal^JFamily to the Throne of thefe Realms, the fame was obftrved throughout the Cities of London ajud Weftminfief, fby^l,Lowers of L1 bbt%x. . $ ,T1b? k^^^^M'^^^m-Xr^t and"*Ban^-was Rerwed ifer," by fix yp^gW4tennen, and was won by JphjB-Whit#, of'HmBjBrl|)rd-Stai�.      There is Advice, that the Catherine and Sufannah, French, from bportOi is arrived at New York; which Ship had been ta^ by,a^panife Privateer, j but Was retaken by his Majefiy's Ship the Pearl, Ca.pt. Boy'ce, who putOipt. Frenches Nlate^nd fome Men oh board, to enable her to proceed on-the Voyage. Yefterday died, at his Uoufe near Soho, Mr. Sutton, a very confiderable Corn Factor. On Sunday laft two young Lads going in a Boat to catch Griggs near Bfentfofd, the Boat fprung a Leak and funk, by whichAccident they were-both drown'd; one of them was the Son of Mr&. Poole, who had the Honour of being a Narfe in the Royal Family. Yefterday John Harrifon was committed t� the Gate-honfe, tySirThomas^eyeil^^for felpnioufly and privately taking out of the Shop of Mr. William TaylbTj four Coach Glafles, foond uponhimr - , York, fitly 13. On Wednefday lahS about the Hour of Teh at Night, His Royal Highnefe the Duke of Cumberland enter1! this City, where he was received with that -Duty and Afieclion which become every Subjed of this Kingdom. He was pleafed to accept a Collation provided for hinA>y the Lord Mayor and AMermenj and the Freedom of the City prefented to Him in a Gofld Box. His *dyal Htghnefs came fome Hours fooaer than He was expected, but^ in his Return, every' Demonftration of Joy u^as 4#&ke& whic;h^e Time wouldiadmjt of \ The City was illuminated from one End to the other, arid the Cen-caurfe and Acclamations of the People, fach as cannot be remembered on any other Ocofion j and, what recommended by extraordinary a Triumph, there (was not,the leaft Inftance of any Mifchief, �r fo much as "aa ftomtit co%imitteii� His Royal HighneTs.was reeeived, at^Mr, Precentor's Houfe/ by the. Archbiihapj accompanied by the Dean and the Gentlemen in Refidencc ; 1 the/foilo**mg ^eechivas pVoftoutieedJby theArchbiflMmon the Qccafian, to which His Royal Highnefs was pleated to make a gracious Ajafwer. -   ; " ..... PSrmit me, Sir, "in the Name * oT my Brethren, the Ctefgy of ahis Diocefe^ndu Province, (the King's^veV j faithful Subjects), tp te^ly- "tip j$cr Royal Highhefe^tbeir j exeeeduvg.Joy at;ycur,;Hapj)y and\ Viftorious Rewrp put, of the. North. | want Words to exprt& the Fulnefc of oijr J -grateful Hearr&ye, ^n4v^o New lEnglahd.  i;  i       . I3 I O   v  *   

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