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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 11, 1846, London, Middlesex S A TURD A Y, OcioB^n, 1746. Deal*. QBfibvi-ty �. [AME dovyn>Jus. -Majeft/s Ship the�MCTCW7>'!"-and- remain with " f - hi. Majefty's Ships, the Folkftone, Fotf, and Gibraltar ; Ferret and , Scorpion Sloops ; wjtb the Out. ward-bound, as in my lajLWind N.E. Grave/end, Oil. 9. Pafs'd by the Lady Margaret, Rogerfon ; and Mary, Aker, from Amfter- am; Nancy, Hunter, from Bolton ; Authoretta, Lobb ; Providence, Mellow ; Fanny, Hill ; and Elizabeth, Caf-fte!l, from Norway. The Sarah, Power, from Gibraltar, is arrived at Cape Breton. '] he Norwich, Chip, from Cork, at Mahone. Ycllerday arrived the Mail from Holland. San I ittra
im^ofirbfe for U3 to contrnne ht our -Camp; My Letter^are' in great Hafle. I have^the Honour to be Sic- Mr. - Cooke, Sir - John^s Secretary, ' accompanied the General's Letter1-with 'another, which takes Notice of the fame principal Perfcfns killed and wounded that were mentioned s if ' Hell hadopen'd her Mouth to fwallow usirfi. "As I U'as of the- Rear-Guard, "arid kmong- the"hindmoft of my ' Troop, in retiring from the "Field- of Battle, 'tis i Mi-' racle I efcaped. As the -Stfagglers come in, we hope to make fome Abatement in the Nurrxbef &id\o be loft. LONDON. Letter from Dover, Ocioktr tf. * "We have Advice frem Fluftiing, thafcfome Merchants' ' there, have Letters from France, which mention Adml-* ' ral Leftock's being mailer of Port FOrient. A large ' Ship is loll near WeftCaple, fuppos'd to be a Swede.- The Countefs of Sandwich' arrived oh board the Yacht^ ' under Convoy of a Man of War laft Sunday, at-Middlej � burgh.' By Letters- from Plymouth we are informed, that the Troops were embarking with-the utmoft Expedition on the? 7th Inftant, in Cor.fequence of Orders received that Morn-' ing from the War Office. The fame Letters mention, that On the 6th failed frorp thence the Fortmahdhe Man of War, forKinfale, with the Ships under her Convoy for Ireland.. Several other Veffels teok the Benefit of that Convoy to get out of the' Chafmel. We have Advioe* from New-England, of ihe 29th- of Auguft, that the Expedition againft Canada was laid afide| as tJic Troops they ex peeled dad not arrive, and the Seafon was too far advanced. And Letters from Bqfton, of the 6th ult. mention the Arrival thereof General Pepperel, Bart.- from Cape-Breton, which Placa he left in fo good a Condition, that thsy were net in the leaft Pain about the French Fleet from Breft, who 'twas reported was bound to Cariada. The People at New England heard that the French had got a Body of 2000 Men together, and it was apprehended they would make an Attempt oa Annapolis.Royal. By the private Letters from* France we have certain Advice, that a Fleet of French Merchant Ships, under Convoy of four Men of War failed from the Ifle d'Aix, the 6th Inft. N.S. for Martinico, to the great Joy ef the French Merchants, who had been in great Pain for fear of their falling into the Hands of the Admirals Leftock ;or Anfon. The fame Letters fay pnfiuvely, that General Sinclair .had, after burning the Eaft India Company's Magazines . at Port l'Orient, re-imbark'd hi* Troops.-Some Letters fay, he had 300 Men kilFd in an Aflion, and that Jiirqfelf"had loft a Leg by a Cannon Shot; but as many pthers take no Notice of i:, there is great reafon to believe it is not true. Yeilerdayhis Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland fet out from Kenfington, for Windfbr Lodge. The Ladies that are arrived at Mr. Money's, one of his M?l-fly's Meffengers'in Derby Court, Channel-Row, from.; ori poard a Ship from Scotland, and now in his Cuftody, are'the Dutchefs of" Perth, Lady Ogilvie, the Lady of the Marquis of Tullibardine.'and Mifs Jenny'Cameron. Yetlerday Morning died in an advanced Age, at his Houfe in Stretton Ground, Weftminftgr^ John Char!xon,, Efq; a Gentleman who was polfefs'd of almoft all the Houfes in theifaid' Street, and likewifc'df a good Eftate in the County of Sur-ry. " -On Tharfda-y la^.died at his: Hod feat Highg'atfe, Hdrrr-: phry Duncalfe, Biq; art eminent Portugal Merchant i'i-a' Gentlenjan of Honour, UndeHfending.1 -Humanity, -and; 'Generofuy,-Wihjfe-Deatti is fincerely hmerrted'by'all that' knew him. ' On WedneWaty lafl died on board'his Ship ih the Downs," < Capt. Page, Commander of the Eaton Frigat arrived front" Leghorn ; a.-worthy and fetifible Man,-^ fkitfiirMarihetl^ and grrarly e(taem'di)y'all that'krie h all Occafions the Rights and Liberties of hisiello.* Citizens. YORK, X)3lber7\ On Thur/day Morning at? Tea, the- Court fat at thd Caille of York, for the Trialof the "Rebels, FrefchtLord Icwj.n, Lord Chief Baron Parker� Sir Thomas Burtie't, Sir Thomas Dennifon, Mr. Baron Clai'ke, Sir Williarri St. Quinti'n, Sir Rowland Winn, John Reed, Efq; Lord-Mayor'of the City, Sir William Wentworth.' Bart. Mark Braithwaite, L.L.D. the Rev Jaqnes-Stene, L.L.D, the Rev. Samuel Baker, D. D. William Herring, Fiq; John Knottesford, Efq; and Mr. Fiahcis Wood.- --David Rowe was firlt brought to the Bar, and pleaded Guilty ; and then William Conolly, who pleaded Not Guilty 1 When the following Genttiftaen were fworn'upon the Jury, viz Mr. John fHatfield of Hatfield, Mr. William Hoole of Tiofley, Mr. SarriueT Stainforth of Atter-clifF cumDarnal* Mr. Matthew Charlton of Hooton-Roberts, Mr. John BalL6f Afhtcn," Mr. John Nodder, of Ecclefhall, Mr. Robcrf Wilde, of Wickerfley, Mr. Gilbert Roberts, of Sheffield, Mr. Richard Bingley, of Bolton-upcm-Dearne, Mr. Berjimiri Boomer, of Rother-ham, Mr. Timothy R>iode5, of Brampton-Byerley, and Mr. Jonafhan Gautrefs ot Wath ;' who brought in their Verdict Gailcy, And then the Cour6 adjourn'd to next Day. On Friday the Court being fat, Benjamin Mafon was brought to the Bar, who pleaded Guilty: next Charles; Rdbinfon,1 who pleaded Not Guilty; but upon-Trial he was found Guilty, by- the Jury,' Then James M'Lach-lan, .John M'Lachlan, John Beaton, James Creighton, John Flint,-and 'Alexander Goodbrahd, "were ieverally brought to the Bar, and all pleaded Guilty. Thomas MGennis.jjleaded Not Guilty^ but was found guilty upon !<- Trial ; as was alfo David Ogilvie/ but the latter was recommended by the Jury for Mercy, on account of his I Youth. The next call'd on, wSre John Pbrteous, and t John-M*Q^'in",''vvho p'eaded GuilFyi WiftTam Crofby wa� tried next, and fcUnd Gdilty : As was alfo James Reid, a Scotch Piper, but he was recommended to the Court for Mercy, by the Jury. And then the Court adjourn'd. On Saturday Sir David Murray, Bart, (committed on his own Confefiion, for being' engaged in the RebePs Ser-f vice at the Battles of Falkirk and "Culloden, and apprehended' at Whitby as he was endeavouring to make his Efcape in Difguife) was brought to the Bar, and pleaded fGuilty; as did'alfo Alexander Steele, John Cruikihanks, James ThOmpfori,- Archibald Kennedy, and Charles Gor-: don. John Long was called up next] who pleaded Not Gujlty j and it appearing ihat he was only a menial Ser-va/it, employ'd by Mr.' Stratton, to whom he was an Affiilant in carrying Medicines to the Caftle at Carljfle, and that he did not aft as a Surgeon's Mate of the Rebel Army, he waV Acquitted.--Then' Alexander Parker, David WebftetY William Smith, James Webfter, and ' William Hunter^ Were brbughtto the Bar, who a!l pleaded ^Guilty ; james'M'Aiiley was tried next, arid found Guilty; 'John M'Gregoi', Feter' Campbell, John Gaddes, J-'hn1 Walker, Matthew Matthews, and; John Scot, pleaded Guilty. ' Jame6 Sparke?, was next btdught" to the Bar, _ and having pleaded Not Guilty, the following Gentlemen werefworn uprttithe Jdry,- via: MY.*Henry Wilkinfon of � Rotherharh, Mr. Samael *Kirk'"of^KHnb'^rworth, rv?r." ;Richard fTyas Of Rbtherh'am,'!M*. Thdniais Acklam of i-Dringhoe,"=Mn Jtfhn-'Ol^s -of liyfe, ^Mr. John Hardy of :Wineitead, Mr.'John-Harfbf South pa7c&X Mr. WiHiard.' Elliot of Wjdkington,--Mr: Wilrrarh^Nelfort^'f New^bald^ \ )Mv. John-Foftftf of-Southburn;- ^r.' n^;tftem,'rcpnduHed*e^ ; to thefrr 0^ftrte�" ahcV dTrifred fh'ein- particntarly 'te'Mr;" FMflnfisl>;� a�>d 'other ft &fes' in: rthat 'JTowrf;; ^rirch' they ' iploftdered. Mkhaet YUAs was tri?6* lie^t, and,.found' Guilry^ nei - w3s'a'Serj^ant of'the �Jtl$ntlfeite>' 'ke^ifteift:; tHis Trial lafred'th'ree Hburs," in' wh^rf^ waSjproV'd ara�Ler- atr"MaVaesfie^/,a^'btKer �Pla�efW- deferted*'ff6nr tifcm:ac UintM&f 6n"th>?r' sR&tfriTr he behavvd %f0�-gf4�??5Jrlf&r^gJ'Qfijfe AUVERTISEMLN T S are taken in tor this Papcr^ ar. J^oyd's Coffee-House, m Lombard-Screei.
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