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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 6, 1846, London, Middlesex The G Ku mb. 3754, THURSDAY, November 6, 1746. Dealt Navtwker.-s. RRJVED this Morning his Ma-jefty's Ship Swan, from a Cruize; and is fince failed. Remain his Majefty's Sloop Surprize. Wind N.E\ Grave/end, Nov. 4. Pafa'd by the Mary and Dorothy, Hel-fqn4 from Gouenburgh. Falmouth, Nov. \. Arrived the Trytan, Carter, from London, for Dublin: aflilander, Name unknow*, from London, for Madeira; a Dutch Veftel, from .London } and the Charlton, Mildrum, from London. Wind -S.E. Conues, Nov. 3. Yefterday tame from Spithead the Sally, Clark, for New York, and fail'd this Morning ; as alio 30 Sail of Snips for Oporto and Lifbpn, under Convoy of three Men of War. Sail'd alfo the Happy Grieve, Kelly, from London, for Li/bon. Wind Eaft. Southampton, Nov. 4. ' Lad Night arrived the Emanuel, Jergen, of and from Frederickiball. The Defiance, Daape, from Jamaica ; and Manchefter, Cook, from London, are arrived at Leverpbol. The Italian Gaily, Vannell, from Cork, at Newfoundland. LONDON. Letter from Portfmoutb, Nov. 4. Yefterday railed from Spithead his Majefty's Ship the � Squirrel ; and the Ueptford Stqrefhip, with the Oporio � and Lifbon Ships, to join the Convoy at Plymouth. The �" following Men of War are in the Harbour, viz. . Duke,. Chichefter, Grand Turk, Devonfhire, Centurion, Surprize, Colchefter, Foikiione, Fly blpup. * The Edinburgh Man of War is ordered immediately out, * without being dock"d. The Providence, Laws, bound from Gottenburgh to Hull, was taken by a French Privateer, who pur eight of their Men On board, and lefc four of the Englifh Crew, wh&taking an Opportunity, overpower'd the Frenchmen, and have carried the Ship into Holland. The Prince Charles, from New York to Leghorn, was well on the 5 th of Oilober,, in Lajt. 39. and expected to 6e in the Straits Mouth next Day. Yefterday his Grace the Duke of Montagu, Matter of the Ordnance, waited on his Majefty at Kejifington, and was m oft graciou Qy receiv'd. Yefterday being the Anniverfary of the Gunpowder-Plot the fame was obferved with a True-Proteftant jj�pint throughout the Cities of London and Weftminlter, by Bonfire?,Illuminations, and other Demonftrations of Joy^ Amonglt the Rejoicings on the faid Occafion, there were none more remarkable than at Sadlers-Wells, where a great Number of Gentlemen -met, according to Annual Guard, wiuch;.p:.�.vented b.im fromjeceiving further M*�* chief. Befjre uus Witnefs, he produced two or three 19 prove, that upon the- Rebels coming into Bamff, and having received intelligence how active he had been in thft Service of his Majefty, tiny plundered the Houfe, took him Prifoner, kept h*m fj while they ftaid in Town, and then let h m out as a Prifoner, ppon a Horfe without, any Saddle. The next Witnels call'd upon 'was a Captain- a( foot, who was taken Prifoner by the Ri-bsis at CarhfleL who fwore, that, during hisJmpii&nment, the Prifoner Cuttom, and had an elegant Entertainment prepar'd on the � took frequent Opportunities of cenverfing wkh him alone, Occafion; at which were drank his Majefty Y Health, with ,; and always acquainted him with the Reiuk of the Councils a long afta profperous Reign ; their Royal Highnefles the ' of War, and frequently wilted the Town, deliver'd-to the Prince and Princefs of Wales; his Royal Highnefs the, Duke,for that molt of the Scotch were for it, bat the* Engf Duke of Cumberland, by whofc intrepid Behaviour the ! lifli oppos'J it* Upon which this Witnefs. advio'd.thePxir Rebellion was quath'd; Deftru�lion to all Popifh Schemes , foaer to get as-tetany. Names as he -coold to an Internment againft the Proteftant Religion ; Succefs to his Majefty's for delivering up the Town, a*d t) fend it to the Duke* Arms ; Uninterrupted Trade, and Grandeur to the City of and that tr>e Prifcner was one of the Perfons who went to London, &c. &c. In the Evening there were variety of the Duke about delivering up the Town, fine Fireworks, and the Night concluded with the greateft Upon the whole, the jury brought him in Guilty, but Marks of Loyalty for our Happy ConfUuition. . recommended him to the Court for his Majefty's Mercy. Gloucejler, Nov. 3. Thorfd&y laft, being the Anniverfary of his Mfljerty's Birth-Day, was obferved here with the ufual �Demonftrations of Loyalty and^oy. Price of Corn at Gkutefer. � Wheat from 4 s. 04 d. to 4 s. 10.d. Barley 1 s. 06 d. to is. 10 d. Beans is. 10 d. to 2 s. 03 d. Oats 1 s. 04 d, to I s. to d. per Bu/bel. Neiveaft/e, Nvv. 1. Thurfday laft, being the Anniverfary of his Majefty's Birth-D.iy, when he enter'd into the 64th Year of his Age, the fame was celebrated here after the moft loyal arid joyful Manner. The Morning being uiher'd in with Ringing of Bells; and at Noon, Brigadier Cholmondeley's Regiment (quarter'd in this Town) were . drawn up cm the bandhill, where they made a fine Ap- pearance, and give, three general Difcharges of jheir ; Fire Arrns ; between which, Godblefs KingGeorge, tbtPrince ' and Princefs of IVale's, the Duke, and all the RoyalFamify,V/ii ; loudly JuiZrZa'd to, by the whole Regiment, &c. After whieh theRight Worfhipful the Mayor made them a Prefent of'Ten ; Guineas to drink his Majefty's Health ; upon which they, gave three Huzza's in Honour of the Corporation. The OrHc�rs and feveral other Gentlemen dined with the Mayor, where they were elegantly entertain'd ; and in the Evening ftveral e Right Hon. the Lord-Mayor c*me to hw Manfion-Houfe at Vintners-Hall, whers he will continue to fit for the Difpatch of Bufinefs. , By many Accounts from Stafford/hire, Shropfhiee, and Worcefterfttire, we are inform'd, that fcandatoas Papers, abufing all thofe who pipufly celebrated the Thankfgiving Day, and charging them with returning God Thanks for Murder, were found ftuck upon the Doors of a gjreat Number of Churches in thofe Counties.-Whieii is a fufficient Proof how careful we ought to be in preventing, as much as pofEble, the Growth of Papery, which is the great Support of Jacob'tifm in tliefe Kingdoms. Yefterday Morning his Grace the Duke ef Marlborough, arrived at Marlbarough-H^ufe in the Friery, St. James's, from his Seat at Blenheim, near Woodftock, in Oxfordftiire. . On Tuefday laft was married at Woodford in Effex, Rogsr Altham, Efq; Procurator of the Court of Arches in Doctors Commons, to Mils * Mary Ilaacfon, an agreeable young Lady, with 500a 1. Fortune. Yelterday Mowing died' in a very advanced Age, in Red-Lion Street, Hdl&orn, Mrs. Anne Jphnfon, ,a Widow Lady of good Fortune, which' fhe has bequeath'd to -her Dangle -and Qrasdchildren. Yefterday Morning about "Eight o'Clock. a Fite hap-pea'dat Hammond Crofe'siE%at Millbank, Weftminfter, occafisn'd by.the.Head ohthesStill fl�ing off; but by timely Afuftaace it wa* happily extinguished, witheut doing any confiderable Damage. and Lommifftry of Stores at Carlifle, viz. The Council for the Crown produced Witnelles to prove Abernethy's ailing as a Captain in Carlifle : One fwore him Prefident of a Court-Martial held there, at which two Officers were broke : Another fwore he faw him fet Fire to a Cannon planted on the Walls of Carlifle, which was pointed at the Duke's Army : And others fwore, he afted as a-Commif-fary of Stores there, and produced Bills and Receipts with his Name as fuch. In hii Defence he jleaded, " Hehad been of fingular Service to his Majefty npon the prefent Occafion, m various Shapes; and the hra Witnefs call'd was General Cope, who heirtg afk'd by the Prifoner's Council if he knew him ; he replied No, but ddfired that publilh'd in this Paper fjmc Time fince. THER E is no Doubt but the Genoefe, lrng before this Time, had given-them fufficient OccaP.on to revolt from their Obedience. It rarely happens otiierwife, where a.People have been long under the Government of a Foreign State, and fu'-j^ft to the Will of rapacious Viceroys, who have fcldom any Thing farther in View, during their Commiffions, than to advance their private Fortunes, on the Spoils of their Fellow-Creatures. Nor is this any where fo bad as under a Repu'^lick, fuch as Genor, where Men who commit tfrefe Outrages are often at the Head of the Legidature at home, and have commonly might not prejudice the Prifoner, as his Stay was fo fhort, 1 Intereft enough among their Fellow Senators, to prevent and he faw To. many People, that he could,not poffible re- c_~.,;,, mr, t^,;r Miu^&Ai^-.^ia^^^^ ... rafember different races : He was afk'd, if he remember'd being at BamfF, and what AfliUance he met with there ? He laid, he re'member'd being thee, and that he was fiir-nifhed with a Number of Carriages and H^r/es by the Ma-giftrate, and that-poflibly the Prifoner might be the>Man that was a&ive in that Service. Abernathy's Council t&en produced WitnefTej to prdve him the only ac~kipg'Magif-trate at that Time, the others (vrz. the Provoft^nd-the Bailiffs) being fickor abfent. Another Witnefs pro v'd, that one Capt. Rogers ferit (a few Days before the General camethere) upon extraordinary Bufinefs, Wanting Horfes, was furriilh'd by the Piriibfler, anddireaed by him to go,a tffdiwntiRoad-to.whBt he was lorder'd, to prevent his felling into"*ftieHinds' of th*Rebels. As-to his Gondttiftat Car-lifle, the Priforrer callvd a Shop-keeper, flrhohad'recerVed confiderable Damage from fome of the Rebel Army; but upoa his making: A'ppiic'atfflfa tohim, 4iegtamed fhein a an Enquiry into their Male-Adfniniftrations, and to ftifle the juft Complaints of the Ihjured and OpprifTed. There was a great Deal of good Senfe therefore in the Corficarts fcrte Declaration ; ' That they were lefolved to have a ' King of their own, who (booid refide among t,nem, and ' be at Hand to redrefs thelirievances of his People, as ' a Father thofe of hisCnildren ; that his S:ns being botb and educated among them, would become Natives of ' their Kingdom, and cOnfcquently hav^thelntoeft of the Cornmtmiiy at; Heart; fince they could have *o other � Dependence but oft the Afie&iwrof their Peoj e.' Every honeftSoul, that has a true Stnfe of Li' e ty, a..d Horror of aJl oppreffive Mealares, will be ready to applaud their Conftancy, and to wiftt fach a Reward of it, as every brave and virtuous Peeple diuflrbe thought to defcrve. A*.the Begirinirtg of� fhe Year 173 h the di contented Cotiicahs vyeie'fo powerful, that they were like to'tediitie the whole. Iflacd aacti their Obedience. The Gtrfoete A V V E RT IS h' M I1'. NTS are cake*, in tor .this Paper, Lloyd's Cofffe-Hovsev, w Lombard-Street,
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