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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 19, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifer. TUESDAY,. August 19,   1746. INuw b. 3688. Deal, Augufi 17. AME down his Majefly's Stoop Hazard ; and the Baracura, Barn, for Jamaica. Pat back the New Hampfhirej Bift, for Plymouth5 and remain with the Outward-bound Ships, as in my laft. The Boulter,, AUen> is failed for Dover Pier. Southampton, Aug. 16. This Day arrived the Guern-y 2ey Lilly, \lorant, from Guerazey. > Comes, Aug. 16. Came in and failed Catherine, Tho-$ mafon, for Norway j Happy Return, Jacket, for Guern-y zzy. Sailed Angel Raphael, for Portfmouth. 0 Pool, Aug. 16. Sailed Elissabeth, Stanmore^ for London. Came in Lamb, Johnfon, for ditto. Roaain the ^ Richard and Sarah j for Newfoundland. |6 _    The Afhtedi Pringle ; Duke of Cumberland, Burten ; N Peggy and Jenny, Long * and the Sarah and Elizabeth, Sacker, from London* are arrived^ Antigua. The Anne Gaily, Latchford 5 Snapper* Gray j Rofe, Marfhall; and --, Brown, were weil the 19th of June off EngHfh Harbour, Antigua. The Fanny, Connell, from Ireland, at St. Kitts. The Lumley, Coleman, from Plymouth, at Antigua. The Elizabeth, Farrier, from. London, at ditto. The Prince Frederick, Owen, from Newcaftle, at St. Kitts. The Bridget, Norton, from London, at Antigua. The Houghtoo, Scott, from Carolina, at Leith. The Maryland, Daaam, from Maryland, off Dover. The James, Matthews, from St. Kitts; Anne and Mary, Falmer, from Tortola i and-, Qfhmnan, from Stockholm, atLeverpool. The Somcrfet, Butler, from Leverpool, at St. Kitts. Vienna, Jug. to. There is much Talk here of a Suf-penfian of Arms in Italy, but there feems to be no foiid Ground for that Report. The King of Pruffia has made a frefh Declaration to the Miniftry, that he will obferve religioufly the laft Treaty of Peace, and that, to remove all Occafion of Umbrage, he would* fend back into their Quarters the Trolrips in Silefiaj which had been affembled only to be reviewed. 'Tis obferyetJ, that, this Declaration has entirely effaced all the Imprefllrios, which falfe Reports had made upon fome Minds, and that toe Harmony between this Court and that of Berlin feems to be perfect. Drefiten, Aug- 14. The Aflembly, of ,States is to fepa-rate this Day, after having in form taken leave of his Majefty. They ha�bgranted the Court 9 Millions of Crowns, and we are aMured/ that in order-to raife that Sum, a Ca-pitation-and-aTax upon Effects will be levied, to begin the firft of January n*xt, and continue nine Years. It is pretended'here, that the March of ?5',ooo Ruffian Troops thro' Courland, Poland, arid a Part of the King of Pruffia's dominions, into the Einpire, is a Thing decided; but V/hat is faid ugon t^his Subject is very confufed. In the mean time Couriers' go and come fre^bently, and moft of |j their Difpatches are {aid to relate to a general Peace. Hano-vtr,.Aug.\6. According to the'Orders reteiVeti from London, an txz& Lift has. been 0k thither of all the \\ Troops, both Horfe'and Foot, and even Invalids, that ftill remain in this Electorate. T&o' it appears that the federal Corps a"re more than corapleat,' the Levies are continued with the fjufe Vigour as beftre. War/aw, Augl'$. Prince Wolhiw&i, who has been; fent thither by. ttie'Emprefs of ^tfffia, has bad frejgueht Conferences wfth the Senators arid: Grart&eYof the Kingdom. We are affuttfd; that his CbrrVrriiffion is to infift'on { an Augmentation 6fihe Troops  " lib it by Way 6f!'Confederacy, in Cafe the well iSteMc�ed-carjn6t WaTce ir^pafs at the ap-1 proaching Dyet. Moll of the great Men reKfh this Project; [ hat will enter' into. 60 ,EngageirffintCrf& tbjey fee whether f the Court judges the Thing fo^leat.tbftprefea^Conjunc-f tore. This Augritefttation, which has beentajk'd of fo' many Years, would have, been^ap^jr^din the latter-.Dy �*> if the Republic, had-not been, u> the; fame Condition as. the Empire q� Germany, in wMch^hwe ere always Princ.es: who iiften to the Informations o&l^reign lowers, piefe-; f^ble to the Defires and Advice of \the* greater. and inorei judicious Part of.tbe-Nation. ,> Prague, /iug.\o.- The Jews,-who,W�returned hither,! nave agaip evacuated*this Capital,; w4 are difperfed in| Te Villages round about, WArtipg for\he Orders of the! ^�ourt, either entirely to leave the Kingdom, or to difpofef �ffhem in fome other Manner.    ^ * LONDON. Two Abbe's have been imprifoned at Paris for having undertaken to predict the Death of the Dauphinefs, and alfo for foretelling the End of the World. The States General talk of fending a-Minifter to Madrid, where they have had none Refident for five Years paft ; and it is expected that M. Calkoen will be nominated to that Office. The Wife of a young Mafon, at Brieg in Siiefia, has brought into the World five Children within 12 Months, viz, Two Boys in Auguft 1745, an(* ^ree ^irls in Juty 1746.   They were all Chriftened except one Daughter. Yefterday Morning about 6 o'clock One Thoufand of the Foot Guards, a Troop of Life Guards, and one of Horfe Grenadier Guards* march'd thro' the 'Jity toTower* Hill, to attend the Execution of the two Rebel Lords. Between 9 and 10 o'Clock they were both brought from the Tower by the Principal Keeper of the Goal, and at the Bar were delivered into the Cuftody of the Sheriffs of London, from whence they walk'd thro' a Line made by the Guards, to a Houfe belonging to the Mercers Company, two Rooms of which were hung with Black. Soon after 12 o'Clock the Earl of Kilmarnock, walk'd along the Gallery, made from the faid Houfe to the Scaffold, attended by the Rev. Mr. Fofter, and another Divine ; when he came on the Scaffold he bow'd to thePeople, (the greateft Number, perhaps, ever feen tsgether.) His Lordfhip made a fhort Speech, in which he acknowledge the Wickednefs of the Crimes he had committed againft his Majefty, and his Country, in being concerned in the late unnatural Rebellion ; he then pray'd very devoutly, and his Behaviour was fo much the Chriftian and Gentleman, that it drew Tears from thoufands of the Spectators. He then took off his Cloaths, gave fome Money to the Executioner, and kneeling down laid his Head on the Block ; but being told that his Arms were placed fo as that they muft be cut at the Time the Blow was given, he defired they would place them properly, and then laid his Head down a fecond time, and at one Blow it was fe-ver'd from his Body, except a Bit of the Skin. The Head wasinftantly wrap'd up in a Piece of Scarlet Bays, put into his Coffin with the Body, and carried away in a Hearfe to .the Tower. The Executioner was obliged to fliift himfelf, by reafon of the quantity of Blood that flew over him j and the Scaffold in the mean.time was cTeln*d. Then the Lord Balmerino came on the Scaffold, drefs'd in his Regimental Cloaths, which was Blue fae'd with Red, and alfo bow'd to the People j but otherwife behav'd very different from Lord Kifmarnock.   He walk'd round tbp-il Scaffold, read the InfcViptiori on his Coffin, faid it WJisj right, took the Ax in his Hand and view'd it, ther^la^d  his Head on the..BFock, and faid it would fit very well. He then took a Paper out of his Pocket and read ft which contain'd a kind of Juftification of what he had!; done, and then deliver'd it to fome-' Perfon near hkn After which he pull'd off his Cloaths in a hurry, put on \ a Pkid Ca�, and kneeliHg,ddwn pot his Head on the'BJsck, \ and in a very fhort time made the Signal for the Exteu turner to do'his Office, wWh wa^ilpne accordingly*'.but| had three Strokes before his Head was fcver'd from his: .Bady. He died with undaunted Courage and Resolution, and feem'dnot in the l^aft concsrn'd.-TNor were the genera-iity of the Spe&ators for him. * The Lord Balmerino, Anceftor of him beheaded Yefter-; * day, was Secretary of State to King James I. and was? � jtried at St. A-ndjew's in Scotjand, March 10, 1609,! ' 7 Jac. I. for HlgH-Treafon ; the Cafe being thus,ilrle|   wrote the Letter, and brihging^ei * King feveral'Dtfpatches to fign at a Time when his Mar; �*" jefty was--frr-Haftc-to go a -hunting, thruft it in among; ' -the reft; and jhe-King thre' Hurry fign'd it; the Let4 � ler thus figned iyas fentaway, and no more was heard of] * it, till fome Y^ars after Cardinal Belfermine rnentionjn * it to the r>itig4s Difadvantage, his Majefty was obirged ti * take Notice q|\ir, and ,tb queftion the Secretary, * bring him to his Trial : But after (bine Time Imprifphi ' nient, the Ki9g pardoned him, apd reilpred his Blr"* ' and Eftate. '       , ' John Lord Ralmerrao, Son of the above Lord, was! * one of the moji violent Covenanting Lords againft King ' Charles I. ..He was tried Dec. 3, .1634*/fo Car. I. fori ' a Libel fg^inS ih#,|2ngi,whjffy a^ord^igfo the Law? ' of Scotland at th'at^[Yime^Vas'D^.thi.jandTound Guilty^ � But upon his fblemn Proteltadoh of &>%iliy for the fu ' turej the King was preafedto pardon him, which Par-' don he received 'on his Knees, before the Council at ' Edinburgh.-Their Trials are Printed in the State Triab, * to which the Curious are referred for the Particulars.'  * Letter from fortfmoutb, Aug. 17. ' Yefterday fail'd out of the Harbour the Yarmouth, * Vice Admiral Anfon^ and the Ferrit Sloop, both for ' Spithead. At 4 o'Clock in the Evening the Wind came ' round to N E. and Admiral Leftock made the Signal [or _ * the whole Fleet to unmoor; but this Morning the Wind ' came about to N.W. which has obliged the FJeet to ' remain. The Lyon, Woodward, from Cork to Antigua, was taken off the IQand by a French Privateer, in Company with two other Veffels, one of which ran aihore, and the other got in. The Orattge Tree^ Maguihs, from Ruchelle, to Bo-Ioign, laden with Brandy and Sugar, is brought into Do� ver, by the Carlifle Privateer. On Friday laft the Right Hon. the Lord Chancellor, having compleated all the Bufinefs after Trinity Tenn, fet out from Houfe in Ormond-ftreet for his Seat at Wimple near Cambridge, for the Vacation. Laft N jght their Graces the Duke and D urchefs of Mon-tague arrived in Town, from his Grace's Seat at Boughton in Northamptonftiire. ^ SCOfLANP. 5 Edinburgh, Auguft 11. Though we have inferted the Pretender's Mo;ions as they came to our Hand, yet the following Account of them> as the exafteft we haVe met with, may not be difagreeable to the Publick. On June 28th, under the Difguife of a young Lady's Maid, he failed in a fmall Boat from South Uift to the Ifle of Sky, and next Dayj being in the fame Habitj landed   *p l at a Gentleman's Houfe, but not till he had got a Signal from a trufty Friend, whom he fent on fhore about half an Hour before.   The Lady dined there with feveral oth'ersi but refufid'the moft urgent Sollkkafions to flay that Night; (he reruoved w ith her Maid, who having put on Man^ Apparel, hired one M'Kinnon a Boatman to Raza, from, whence he returned to Sky, and at laft fet Sail for the Continent,   Here, it is faid, he was joined by Barrifdaie* in manifett Violation of the ProteclioBj which his Royal Highnefs had given to him j and notwithftanding of the Vigilance of the feveral Parties who guarded the Paffif, he efcap'd thro' Glengary to Badenoch.   General Campbell, who was in South Uift,after ordering a certain Chieftain's Lady, who had not only protected him, but contrived his Efcape, to be feized, fet out diredtiy for Sky, having pre-^ounyJ^lc^^aptain Ftp^^|he Cutt*^ Xhejp Tartd�a beloiw the Gentleman's- Hbutb much about a Time* went ftraight to it, and enquired at his Lady ahent hfer two Guefts, but as (be khew nothing of the Secret of the Matter-, fhe could give no Satisfaction except as above.  During this Hunting for him, feveral, fuch as Captain O Nesl, three Priefts, one of them Lochiel's Brother, the old LaiM of M'Kinnen, &c. wef-e taken by Captain M'Neil of the Afgylefhire Militia.   A Party of the Corps under Celonel Campbells have apprehended ih Motdart, the Lieutenant Cblbnel of Clanroaald's Regimentj with his Servants^ 3n-a Cave.   Captain Noble has hid hold of Captain Ranald McDonald a Brother of Kinlbchmoidart.  Vaft Quantities of Arm.% Ammunition� feveral Saddles and Boots have been found in the Rocks.   Some ErJgUfhHorfes, as they were roaming in the Woods} wer� fetfufed j all the Cattle ;of the outftanding. Parties, have been brought into tBe Camp Jby the General's Orders ; fo that the Rebels-mdft either furrender, leave the Country *or- ftarve--�There  �^ was fonnd irt Barrifdale*s Houfe a HelHfh Engine for extorting Cbnfcflion, arid punjfhihg fuch Thieves as were not In his Service, (for as 4ie |ook'BlackrMail for preferviog '     About 5* Rebel Prifoners were'SWagbt h**eiaft Mil in their Way &GMiBcfl ��*er't*fefe�P&tet i.      ' I ''-X)n Friday--laft, tipwti&'vf'i s -&te&V&iae& were I iairiedfrbmSerfCfe^ana&r M'Mm &n�g&-Reg*&nt, r >d Carliffle, tataWl^arTrito tnre?a�rf^if*i.- wWtrf d T -MA. AD V E RTISE M EN T8 are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffke-Hovse, in Lombard-Street, Cape Breton for Ever.   

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