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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 4, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The General Advertifef. SATURDAY,   October 4,   1746. Deal, Oftober 2. RRIVED Ifaac, Mitchell, from Rotterdam, for Cbetter. Came down the Nancy, Roberts, for Liibon; the Robert, Snow, for Oporto; the Elizabeth, Morrice, for Cork ; and remain with his ..Majefty's Ships Fox, Squirrel, On TueicEy laft a FreePfate of 50 Guineas, was run for at Newmarket, which was won by Mr. Martindale's Horfe Sterling.  And I haw not Thoqght* of enlarging toy. PoweVTiy affift-S tore^ibbliw.thiaPriacey  'Ti�fufficietit> th� I dd an Aft of Juftice, in revenging rthfl HonAirjqf Crown'd and Scorpion Sloops, with the Outward-bound, formerly men-tfaa'd. Wind W.N.W. fool, Sept. 1. Sailed the John and Mary, Rogers, to tvait Convoy at Spithead, for London. Covies, Sept. i. Came in the St. Maria, Hoogetreed, of and from Amfterdaci, for Smyrna ; and the James, Bruce, from Portfmouth, with French Prifoners, for St. Maloes. The Eagle, Wilfon, from Virginia, is arrived at Whitehaven. The Tryal, Steel, from Virginia, at Glafgow. The Hope, Lamb, from Peterlburgb^ at Dublin, LONDON. Extraff 6f a Letter from Hull, Sepi. 2Q.  Captain Minocb, of the Levant^ laden with Hemp, ' did not join the Letter of Marque Ships, but went into ' the Bay in fearch of them. When he failed from thence, < and had got as far as Cocket I (land, he was chas'd by ' two Privateers; a Dogger of 8 Carriage, 4 Swivel'Guns, < and 80 Men ; and a Sloop of 4 Carriage Guns andfeve-: 1 ral Swivels, and 40 Men.  To prevent his being taken < he put his Ship attiore, and fought them in Clofe Quar-1 ters and they r^an along-fide of him; but the French ' (cho' beat to it) would not board him : Then the Stoop < ran under his Stern, intending to rake him ; but Capt. � Monich fir'd a Four-pounder out of his Cabbin, which ' matt have done execution, for the Sloop (heer'd off, and; < would not come nigh him any more: At laft the Dogger < came aground, about 100 Yards s-head of him, and �then he fir'd fo brifldy, that he kill'd the French Capt ' tain, and the Men fled, then ran on board the Sloopj 1 ami fo got away.-Then Capt. Minoch fent his Men,  Plate of 50 Guineas was run'for, \ Heads, highly affronted in the Perfon of the late King his and won by the Lord  . DuhliA, Sept. i-j: Letters Patent have paffed the Great Seal, containing his Majefty's PrefeSnfetion* of Thomas Fofter, D.D. to the Rectoty and Vicarage of Dunleer, the Rectory and Vicarags; of Capockv the Rectory and Vica- Rebels, was difcovered to have been in Arms both at Can-lifle and at the Battle of Falkirk, and being immediately fecured, 'tis not doubted but he will receive a proper Re. ,    ,   ,     ,       _     . .   , . Compence for the Caufe he came about, and for the Merit It was reported Yefterday, that an Exprcfiwas arrived I of h^ Services in bearing Arms, from Adm.ral Leftock, with feme important DiTpatches.    I    Kinloch MoiAaxt wasSonvifted this Day It is certain, that there were private Letters from Ply- 1 meuth, with an Account that a Privateer was arrived there, P . v-__,.__D__> and brought in a French Banker, which he had taken in      Thc folIowin& ^aordtnary P,em need no Remark, her Voyage home i the Captain o�t&e Privateer fays, that | A Copy of the Circular Letter nvritten by the French King), ton who k>lW the brave Colonel Gardiner, and John rage of Moylare, the Redtory ^Vicarage of Dyjert, thj UriArf Rectory and Vicarage of Manafterboys, and the Vicarage* ^e JametM'LariiU who came aa a Witaefs for the   of Drumcarxe, all in the County of Louth, and D^ecefc . ,   J^^.^       ~   <     *        �     ' :-    ~       of Armagh. This Week was landed at the Cuftom-houfe Quay 18001 Ounces of curious Wrought Plate,   belonging to the Duchefs of Manchefter. Toeftiay laft arrived here from England, the Rev.,Dr. Admiral leftock had landed the Troops on the Ifland of Belleifle, near Port TOrient, on the 18th Inftant; and that on the 20th he heard great Cannonading, which he fup-Jo�'d was at Port l'Orient. Yefterday came Advice that the Adventure, Oldham, from London, laft from Falmouth, for Barbadoes, was taken three Days after (he fail'd, by two French Men of War, bound to Canada. to juftify his Defign unpen Scotland, under the Pretender in the Tear 1708. IHave long been of Opmiorwthat the affifting the King of E- �� ���d to poflefs the rr%one of his Fathers, would be for the General Good of all Europe. I believe that a Peace would be the Confequence of its Succefs, and that this Prince's Subjects'will efteem themfelverequally happy Tis Reported that the Right Hon. the Earl of Cro- I in contributing to Te-eftablifh him in the Place of his An; cell or s, and-in being- themfelvcs deirver'd from thofe continual Impofirjons, wherewith they are overwhelmed, to maintain a War, altogether Foreign to them. As the Scots have yet more Reafon than the Enghlh, to *be diftatisfied with the prefent Government of England, it appears to me a convenienfOpportunity to reftore to thai Nation their lawful Sovereign, and to enable the Prince to nartie, will be fent to the Caftle of Guernfey, there to remain during his Majefty's Pleafure Yefterday thc .Lady of the Right Hon. the Earl of Traqnair, was to vifit her Hufband in the Tower \ his Lord/hip is allow'd the Liberty of walking the Ramparts for the Benefit of the Air. His Royal Highnefs the Duke of* Cumberland, has lately given Orders that every private Men belonging to    deliver it from Oppreffion ifhas faffer'd fince the Revolui-the third. Regiments of Feot, (hould on every Pay-day    tion, which happeaed under the late King of England, produce their Linhen, &c. in order to be infpected into by    James- II. the Officers. Thefe are the Reafons which have determined me to Yefterday the Right Hon. Arthur Onflow, Elq;Knt. equip a Squadron of my Ships at Dunkirk, and to furnish of the Shire for the County of Surry and Speaker to the the K- of E-- with a confiderable Number of my Hon. the- Houfe of Commons, fet out from his Houfe in Troops, to accompaay him to Scotland, to fupport thofe Leicefter-Fields, for his Seat at Ember-Court, near Thames   his faithful Subjects, who fliall declare forhim. Henry Clarke, Vice Provoft of Trinity-College. Tuefday laft the Plate run for on the Courfe of Trim* was won by the Lord Antrim's Burleigh Mare. Laft Night --- Ponfonby; Efq^ Son of General Pon-fonby, who wa3 killed at the Battle of Fontenoy, was married to Mifs Clark^ an agreeable young Lady, with a Pdttolte of 70oer?8m!�Tjef Aimffla. -  The fume Day the Trial and Whithaven Sloops of War1 arrived in our Bay, and have fince preffed feveral Men for ,the Service of his Majefty's Fleet. This Week Quatter-mafter General Dylkes fet out for Cork, in order to provide Quarters for the Troops who are expected there, and are defigned for the fecret Expedition. Yefterday. came the melancholy News that Mrs. Bowen* Wife of Mr. Benjamin Bowes, an eminent Linen Merchant in Ann-ftreet, who went from hence laft Week for Chefter-Fair, was on Sunday laft with eight other Perrons unfortunately drowned, by the overfetting of a Boat in-the River between Liverpool and Chefter. Laft Week Charles Coghlafi, Efqj an ei�nent Phyfician in the County of! Wefti^eatb, *?s rhtrried tor Mifs Geog-hegan, Sifter of Kedagh Geoghegan, Efqj of James Town in th� farrie County, a Lady of fine Aceompiifli-ments, with a Fortune cf icool. Laft Wedndftlay emfearked on board the Dublin Yatcht 'for Parkgate, the Right R�v. Dr. Clayton^ Lord Bifhop of Clogher, with feveral other Perfons of Diftinftion. Ditton, in the aforefeid County where he will continue till the meeting of the Parliament. On Thurfday Night laft, his Grace the Duke of Roxburgh, came to Town from his Seat at Braitwith, in Berkttrire to hisHdbfe in Hanover-Square," for the Winter Seafoa, Yefterday Morning bis Grace the Duke of *Hamilto*i, fet out from his Houfe. in GrofvenorrStreet, for his Seat in' Hajapihire, with, a very'grand Retinue. .  He left this Place Yefterday, to go to Dunkirk, in of der to embark, and get with alk Expedition to Scotland. His Inten^n is "hot to enter the Kingdom by Right of Conqueft, but to Oblige-them to receive him as a legal Pof-fey or ofit, , The Widow TORBUTT begs leave to inform, her Friends, that (he is removed from the Swan in Smith field, Tie WiH0behaVtf1irmfeIf the fame with refpect I to the Foundling-Hofpital Coffee Houfe in Red-lion Street, "to all his otlier' Dominions, who (hall pay the Obedience they owe him,' and his" Subject-war only be diftinguHhefl, according to'"the" Zealand Affection theyexprefs for hia, luilhouf tiavXinikg *uJ?at Religion-they frofeft, in which leaves them their jutire Liberty. Holbdrn, where ftte bcs the Continuance of their Favours.---^e nas provided herfelf with  the beft  of Liquor* of all Sorts ; and PUNCH is made immediately, as Good and as Reafeaatrfe as any where in London. ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in for this Paptr, at Lloyd's Ccffei-Hous � in Lombard-Street.^   

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