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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 9, 1846, London, Middlesex                                S A;U,-R ;D A Y,   A wo uat ,9,   174&,;   , - 1- /. DealyJugttft 7. IL'D hft Ni^hf his Majefty's ShipSyren^ wuh.the,Coafter$to he W*ftw3rdt - And th�s?Moai- Cruize^ Camef.4owovthe Indur, ury, JtnfjWlej^. for Qpbrio j ^nd :maw with tl?e Ean%?>. Arra|d-- - ''- 51o^-.,9t^et $1*9?* -tKq Trtag; Gaily, Dorafpr4>� ^f)|Jiw�^'PE^.W Succefs, Thompfon, for:--�.  Wind S.E. v Jane, Crune, from Londonv Saifid, jolm^and^.Marfhaf. Dear, for London* > Wind JjJ.N.Wr vi> iW, 6. . Caaif 4n \pill*am^and,^i#be^�pfc; James and John,, Cartfidgp & an^^Ttel^^dlHizabetb, Blahe, from London- j> John ahdJwajft .Rojejfr;, Qw&t Pope; JollifFe -Sloop; Pelley* and-,, Delfirfe* Rogers, from Newcaftlej ProfpewwK-HilKftoB, frcm;Ply�o*M&jvjaney Derbanjj from M^lford }, ProfpewOs* �Vivi�p,./ron^I)ajt-mouthj and John, an4Sar^^Wh^,LftoBkJ?fi^^Tafi'4 by George* Thomb%from/Sonth^Carolina* jyho/48et ithq Royal George, for Newfoundland, the 24th ult. .in:Latv 49. Sailed fbefcrne,, Lee* /or ^oBcftOn,; 'Two,'fir�h{t^ Stiles; Lymijagtoa, Slrett j:pTb\aden$$,' WilJ^xand^T^ Brothers, Sparrp\y,.foir>X.ondon,; and, Hope, W-yPi jo vya& Conv�y forNewfwmdland,, The Hope,- Clefe.^ Unity, Evan? 4 andArme, Jar^es, from Philadelphia., ^are arr/yecl af Jamaica..! The Qujen WWrftwwPv. ncgpip.. Ka?s^j. and, the Briflirtgton, Purnell, from BrilloJ^t .Jamajcju v The Lanca&tfe Wiwfc, Thwnpfbn> from^ondon at �Uttp. The Tryton, Rawlinfon, from Lancafter, at ditto. The J^ew ViftoVy, Brock, from.London,, at Nevis,. v The JohnHiljier, from Gueirnfey,~ in J^t&ty�\. Exirs8af-a letter ./rent the Hagut, .Aug. 12.. � It wiH feera Very Grange here to ma^y Peribfts, if,aftet j�"fo much Pains feave been taken to get together an Aimft * able tp fa n^..notj^^g^be^o^jn the * Field tiUaPeaceis^oittluo^.k.tlrf.Cabjiiet. That the ' Allies, an? now fu% annual Wft^h.Sbr thje French"   WitheJi&rffony;pf~the Geneiral^ .there js'np * Comparifqn bet^�e^, them-and the Confetieratf?.. 4 A? thert-ij therefore a Probabrtity of Succefs,." Why, ": fay the yt^a of ^aWuSne Comple^Ibn/ is riot the Blpw " inpaedia^y'ftr^^^'ee^^^hV-Eij^Jt paflj;eoeiye pth^r " R�info�*n�ent% oc- buryv .thein&btes*. lik* Rabbets,, in " the Groai�l�r^To^ieh. M D- O % . Letters from; Paris,. a$ jw�dj as^fajtii ,4the,,Neth^la�i4^ mention the Negpciatiorw pf Pea^e asi m,gce^Fcj,waijlnefo? aod affigntha( asa ;Re^a^,wh^ih�.#re^J^ngisnotjet Spne to hi5 Army. . The General, Hofpitals fa the ^lJiei Aiaiy are difpoXed l? Ae following Manner; viz., for theEnglifh, HaijQvt; riaasand Hefljans, at Huy ; for.^he.Au^fioAsa^/lSlwiiur, �d for the Dutch a^VlaQaricht,- " Some of the Fpr�gnvGa?rettes. haVe,ma.de,� Tripgle Marriage of the D^^e..on|eVth^t�a^k^^..b^y^j 'ae Courts of Vierfailles; and Turing �,)r,tbiy haVt.appointed a.Daughter of France forih^.I^ng.of SaR  waa ta inprdertggptoDi^Teld^fpi andth^ tfee,iPepartuK.p.f th^ourt, .is Xo'thtJ.Begiftning^of Qc^obef inexjtj      � l> TheyV%i)Eoja Cplpgne.pjF t^^t)jiInftan^,vN.S. fiuk the; Xrain pf ArtUkrjr and Pontoons, Jvhich is advancing firom-the %h^\i&3m ^c^-^^b^f tbrraih*, ^ tp {ei 4 * . Thi^aybisjMaje^y-wjll go jto Ri^>hiond from his Pakccat ivcrifiogton, -and dine there, and feturh in the: Ev�ung.. ,1 Ye^ejrdayjhis Rc^al.HighnefsjJae Duke-pf Cumberland ^,wt,.fpr.WindCo^todge,^& take the Div!e^oii! tjKiHuntjng S^afcn>:. The\ReCblujion, Taylorv from New-England, to Am-^ef^anvis takeo^nd .carried iotq Bergen. , The^enfoij, .Rajpjiftfpp^.xrofli .Levetpool to the Lee-war4 Iflandj^ isretakea by.ah EngliihMan of W�v aiw The Jamaica FrigaV. Lauderdale,, from Jamaica to ftcuV is loft on Mourant Key?, . The Eagle Pac^ is .arriyed at.Falmouth, with the Mail from the Weft-Indiesi* and the Fawkeher Packet, Lee, is failed from thence for the Weft-Indies. " In the Bill, that T�as pafs'd'bpjiB tlpcifes, for the, more . effeftjial difarming the Higfitap'defSj tand for^' fecurinjg, tie. Peace of the jHighfands, ar/d '^or" reftraining th?, t^e of the lijghland Drefs'i &c. there |re. fhe foflowirl^ Clah-fes. viz,"   '*' '' ' " '' That if any Perfbr^.or Peffpns,fhajl h,ide Qr,conceal any Anns, or warlike'^v*^pons. iri.anv, XXwejiir^ ^pufe, Barn, Oiithpufe,^Officie,._or^y,Hp^je, c* iriTthei Fi^Ids^ or" in . --art,-----, -, T^jefty*s Tui Pf thePeac^' or Ju%f^ihar^Ihan St theft Dt^retlon pay the Sum of 1 bo If Sterlinf �' btit ndt. lefs thaii 15 "1. and in Cafe of Non-Payment JOSajl Terve his Maiefty' as a Soldier.   ""'       ":' '    ' ''    " ': J        i: - There is another Claufe, That if any Perfon {hall be Convifted of the above Offences of bearing, hiding, or concealing Arms contrary to the Provrfiorls in 'tJnisAct^ and fhall hereafter prefume to commit the like Offence afecond Time^thM he .or (he beipg^ fhereof. ConViae^beforV any "Court of Judiciary,, or at the..Circuits Courts fhall,.be liable to be X^tpprttd. to( any of his Mai^'s'Plantadrjn beyond, the" Seas, 'there' to, remain for' the Space of"!*: Years,, Y^8�$�#$ arjiyed^irv.Town from, Scotland, .the R{. Hon. Daa*bu\.Forbes, Eftjt Lbri.Preiidept of the Cpurt of SefS^ns^ " ^ It is {aid that the Earl of Sandwich will certainly em-b,arfc ^T^-rsQnpW .fp^HeUand.; Letters from diffe�nt Parts of >the Country agree, that there has not b�en a mpreJplentifulJSeiifpn, both, 'of Grain and Fruits, in theMemory of.Man.. - Oh, Tuefday, lajj'pame pn ih'e 'Ele^ipr^ of a, Le^tyer for the N$w QiflrchrorrStj^atthew's,.'^,^ -"tlie Candidates were three, viz.. the Rev. Mr. Jones^ihe Rev. Mr. White, and ,the Rev. Mr^Qordofi; 'when the^laft mention's wasT chp,fen, ^ byjij^eat M^Prlty. s'Mr.1Jfones deflii^'d. before. the-,T�h||, p^.fi^^phj' and r.h$, J^ittihers ftflndlhtis,                                              '*".� For Mn Gordon       40 ' M"r.' White" f . Sir Thomas De Veil, the Man.for Ferfonating'ancTtaking upon Kmfcff tTic Narfte'of �'�ermeTfi^rpf'grtarWirattn in the City, and to whom the'Woman was Houfe-keeger, and fqr marrying her^ and the Woman for'pfocufirig'tfiat Man, *fo to marry ^-her under the Charafifer and Hkme of tfi^'Gertdcman hej: .Rfaft^rj it appeafei, trpoft* diyefs f% fodfe^s of.rn'an'y 3i0treffe$j| th^.thjsVyftotr}^ a Days fince. wept.to^aclors^C^mp^i'i^^bftle^'w obtafh aXicence, jLqontr^a^f Woman mam ,, ftruaioo of tbe Mafter, in. am? to^A^p^nj! W$ lafting* a.nd oberarSye Life aaii Vigour of; the Law�,; w^kh plainly fabiitt by 1 durAdn^ttration' of the execetivfc Power 1 So-that!attempting this precious Life, 'is- rea!ry ftriking at* the .iaoft noble Parl^ the Seat of-Life, and Spring of all Motion ;hr this Government i aadmay therefore properly be cilW a Defign^to murder; not only the-Kmg, botWa &e Body Polixfir^f Uie-Kjagdodi.' Andchfe is.��ofteviii deritly true, in yoOr Lordmip's Ca�; coofaiCTmg that Sue-* ciefs in your Treafon, imift infallibly have eftabli&ed Po-jpiery and that ^neve* fails to brfaigwith it* fcMl, as well as'Ecdefi^catTyranny r which is iqaittji another Sort of ConftitutTorr than that of this Kingdom, and cannot tab; Pla.cetill .the preientisannihUhted. 3Ut ypar'-Criine I mqft now call it): pth& matt aggravated,in that when it prbcVe^fp'^^t^taitt Amssopeniy; andto make a* of� fenf^e'War^againft law^I Audwrity;-your Cafe) complibiteti with the horrid and e, riot only innocentv but meritorious. Arid rf'Pity be,due {asi adnitit is in foriie Degree) to fuch as foffer for t!wir PwCtirnesJ it muft be adj mitted' a much greater Share of eompaffioh is oivrng to them Who have loft their Lives merely by^iShe Crimea of other Men. As many as have {0 done in the late: Rebellion, fo-many Mwther* have they^tq anfwer forwhb^pro-moted it; and your Lordfljtfj>j irt *xamliirpg ypur Con-< fdence,1 will:be under a-great Dejufibn,-'if you look on thcfe.who fell at; Prefix, Dvntbiaix; orelfewfierei on^tha Side of the Laws^ and4ft Defeat^of fettled cnierand rlve C^mmori-'&ofAieTs, as welta* th'ofejjallant arid herohf 'phicer>- who CohtinffSd faithful tiir'tfcith:lm Dfefenceof the'Laws'! fof fdre' bat little; Blood can be better than that which is wed while it i* warm in the Caufe of the true Religion ind,the Liberties of its native Country/ "Believe it fJnotw1thftanding the unfair Arts' and Jnduftry us'd to ftir tip a pernieioi:* JSxceS of Commiferation towards fach as bare fallen by tbe.Sword of juftice; {fewj if corfipaifd wittr rhe'>Plumbieri''of good Sabje&s murder*4.rrom. Dtoors;a^oVWindows at Prejta* only) the Life of one honeft^ loyal Subjecti'is Aore-fte* croiis in'the Efet^'iSai'mAi a�-^^utie1dtts Men,Mhan the Lives of many foWsiarftfcParricadesv �' � Thk pats merio Mind.ict obftrVe to yoar Lordflbtp', that there* is another Malignity ia-yodr Lordlhip's' Crimea ^1 (open Rebellicri) which confilts in this, iharT it-; is always; ^* iure of dbiVg KttitftV-'a^-ObVeniment, i� one Refpect, though it be; defeated-i (I wHlnot firy;it dojes:-fo- pri the whole Matter'.)' '-For the Offerice-is too notorious to be let pafs nriobferv'd_-by any Cbha:van& tp appear, that -it may(l�eHaet%k^l wiih-Ira^wtoit^^, if; itv be p*niQt*tf, th'ey-wto are pn^Tickijr of prwatety Favenrei* of l^T^eafcn^an'd: pefhs^OB^ ratfi undeferv'iGbraou'rJf af tjraelty^gaii^Aofo ^.*owet-r; or the loweff their Marke flies, ii^inaki ;�nleiabMM uiilimiced, a^df:inji^cioto Enw^Was ,�n^m1 ^sei^and AD V ERPISE MENTS are taken in tor this Paper, at Lloyd's Cqff xe-Hous$, in Lombard -Strret. Cape Breton for Ever. J   

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