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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 11, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. Numb. 3758. T U E S D AT, Novembh n, 1746. Deal9 November 9. IAME downlaft Night, a�d fail'd tbro', the Lapwing, Cheney, for Eaft-India. Remain his Ma-jefty's Ship Ly$, Scorpion Sloop, and the Outward-bound, as in my bit. Wind N.W. Grave/end, Nov. 9. Pafs'd by St. Paul, Lawfon ; St. Agatha, Oliver ; and the William, Manby, from Gottenburgh ; the Elizabeth and Hannah, Hooper -r the Spranton, Turner ; New-cattle, Garland J and Good-Intent, Hayncs, from Riga ; Cottingotha, Gardner, from Campveer; Expe-Hence, Gibber ; the Rettoration, Morfon ; and AraityV Goodwili, Seller, from Stockholm ; and the Unity, Nel-fon, from Norway. falmouth, Nov.. 6. Arrived the' Cleeve, Rice; and Fly, Richards, from London ; Betty, Cuin, from Lyme; JoVeph and Mary,- Badcock, from Lymington ; the Hope, 1'roin Amfterdam; Poft Van Hamburgh, from Hamburgh ; Young Benjamin, from Rotterdam. Wind N.E. Weymouth, Nw. 8. Sailed Jamaica Sloop, with her Prize, for Portfmouth. Arrived the Thomas and Sarah, irom London. Pool, Nov.%%. Sailed the North Star, for Gottenburgh; Oeiire, Rogers; andSnah, Rolls, for Convoy at Spithead (0 London; and Friend's-GoodwiT, for Portfmouth. Coivet, Nov. 5?. On the fcth fail'd, to join the Convoy, the Eftwithe', Smith, from Antigua, fyr London. ihs follvming h the French Account of the late Defcent on the Coajtof Bntanj, pgbjt/bed at Paris. � On the 29th of September a Fleet of 56 Ships, one tliird of which feemed to be of great Force, were per- ceived from Port Louis. They came by the Weft Point 1 of the Ifle-of Grouais, and towards Evening caft Anchor �in the Bay pfPolduc. The Appearance of fo numerous 1 a Fleet of the Enemy, with Troops on board, did net fail of cauiing a great Flight ia thofc Parts, efoeriaUy as the Guard Coaft Militia had been unhappily difchargftl the 15th of the fame Month. If the EngiWh had landed the following Mgbt, nothing could have hinder'd them from Htfrching^cltrtcTTy to L'Orient, aad-farprixing tfcat City, which feenu to have been the Object, of their Ex-ptdition : But they did not make their Defcent tifl the ill of Odober, about 4. in the Afternoon, when they landed 7000 Men. Advantage was taken of this Interval, as much as the Time would permit, to get in a better State, of Defence. Twothoufand' of ths Gua*d-Coaft Militia were immediately afTembled.aud fupported by 300 of the Regiments of L'iiopital and Eudicourt. Thefe Troops not being fuffkient to oppofe the Defcent of the Englifh, the latter landed without Oppofiiion, and with fo much the"more Facility as they had erected fome Bitteries on the Shore, which kept a centinual and brifk Fire ; without doing much Damage however, one Man only being killed on our Side. The Enemy fpent the following Night in the fmall Parifli Guides. They carried off all the Cattle they could find there, and fired feveral Cottages. The 2d they came to Plemur, which is but half a League diftant from L'Orient, and thereeftablilhed their General Quarters. ' During this March, the neceffary Meafures.were taken for rendering*the Place more-defensible. The Nobility and Gentry mounted on Horfeback ; the Town Militia took Arms; and fuch a Number of Volunteers threw themfclves into L'Orient, that the greateft Part of them were obliged to be lent back, after the moft ufeful had been fele&ed. The Enemy intended to have ventured a Paflage with their Ships under the Cannon of Port-Louis, in order to attack L'Orient by Sea and Land at the fame Time: Butthey could not execute this .Scheme, on Account of the Precaution that had been taken during this Time to hinder them. - � - ' The 3d General -Sinclair caufed the City to be fum-raened to furrender, and pay him two Millions Contribution ; adding, that the Guard-Ccufts and Regular Troops �uft be - Prisoners of War, and -that the City mould be piBaged for the Space of four Hours. Thefe Propofals haying been rejeSed, the Enemy began on .the 4th to fire upon the Place, which they continued the 5th and 6th: but the Fire of theGarrilon was the laft Day much fuperior to theirs, by the federal Batteries that had been ere&cd. * Oo the 7th towards Evening, the Eaglifh Fire ha\ing \ * cesfed all at once, the Garrifon refolved to fally out in � Order of Battle, to reconnoitre the Enemy's Camp, and ' attack them: But they had abandoned it. Our People ' foued 4 Pieces of Camion, Eleven-pounder?, a Mortar ' of 9 Inches Diameter, a Furnace, for red-hot Balls, a,, * Bombardier, with feveraJ Ball? ana! Fire-pots. . ' The 8th and 9th the EngHlh reimbarked without any * Obftacle : The 10th they quitted 1 he Height of L'Orient, < and the next Day 5 2 of their Ships coafted along from 1 Sr. Gt'ldas de Rhuis to Qoiberoo, where they made a ' frefli Defcent: But the 28th they again rcimbar&d, and ' fince thejjcjth no Englifh Ship has been feen on the Coalt * of Britany. As the Fleet failed towards the South, its ' fuppqfcd they have a Defign to attempt fomething upon * the Coafts of PoifijJu, ^aintaog^, ox dfewhere i But we ' are every where aron the Guard. * During this Expedition the Englifh cannonaded the ' Iiland of Groaais; but without Succefs. They fuc-' ceeded better at Hcdic and Houat, two fmall barren ' Iflands, inhabited"only by Fifhermen. They got Poffef-' fion of two Forts, guarded by 25 Men each, who were ' made Prifoners of War ; but the Englifh afterwards put ' them on Shore. * The Lofs of the Enemy in this Expedition confifts of ' 2 or 30C1 Men, who were cut in Pieces by the Peafants as ' they went a maroding. They alfo loft fbme Men before ' L'Orient; bu;the Number is not known.' LONDON. The Caftle of Savona continues to be blocked up by 2poo Piedraontefe, without any Difpofitions being made for attacking it in Form; the true Motive of which is unknown. Some Letters mention a Treaty as being in great For-wardnefs between the Courts ofFraoce and Saxony, whereby the latter is to furnim the former 20,000 Men. They add, that the Courts of Cologne, Munich and Manhcim, will be invited to accede to it. By a Letter from an Englifh Ship at Shilo, a Harbour in the Weft of the Naze in Norway, weJiave an Account, that a Hoy belonging to Jutland, was arrived there, having on board three Scotch Gentlemen, who came from the North of Scotland, where they hir'd the Veffel to carry thti� to Gottenburgh, from whence they intended for Stockholm.--One of them is very Old, and the other ;wjo Young. They are foil of Money, and feem to be Perfonsof Confequence in the late R^bemori. The Fleet of Merchant Ships for Portugal failed from Plymouth the 5th Inftant, under Convoy of the Tilbury, and three other Ships cf War. And we are affur'd, that Admiral Anfon, who had waited for fome Ships to join htm, was to fail on Saturday Morning. On the 5th Inftant wag fent into Falmouth, by the Eagle Man of War, a Spaniflj Prize, from the Havannah, laden with Snuff, Tobacco, 8tc. The Eagle Packet, Capt. Boon, with the Weft-India Mails for September and Oftober, and the Extraordinary Mail, is failed from Falmouth. The Three Brothers, Martin, bound from Norway to Ireland, was lately loft on the Orkneys. The Nancy, Gray, from Ireland to Gibraltar, is taken by the French. The Blundell, Crofbie, from Lcverpool to Africa, was well in Latitude 37. Letter from Portfmouth, Nov. 9. � Yefterday failed frem Spithead all the homeward-' bound Weft-India Ships, Coafters, &c. under Convoy of ' the Fox, Taviftock, and Scipio, for the Downs. Came ' in the Jamaica Sloop, with her Prize, a French Priva-' teer Snow.-The Ships bound for the Downs are re-� turn'd.-There are feveral Ships in fight fuppos'd to be ' Eaft Country Ships, with Hemp, &c. We hear that� Bill will be brought in at the enfuing Seflions of Parliament, for the Relief of infolvent Debtors, now confined in the feveral Goals throughout England, &c. on Account of the Glorious Vidtory obtain'd by his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland, over the Rebels. On Sund*y Night laft, died at his Houfe in College-Street, Weftminfter, Captain Jenkinfoa, Aged 80, an Old Experienced Officer in the Army. On Sunday Morning died, at his Houfe in Long-A ere, Mr. Pafcall, an eminent Carver, a Man remarkably ingenious in his Bufirtefs. Yefterday Morning died Mrs. Sarah Redhead, who for many Years has kept the New-Inn Coffee Houfe in Wych-ftreet, near St. Clement's Church. On Saturday laft died, at his Houfe in Houndfditeb, Mr. Sife, a Broker of conuderable Bufinefs. Yefterday his Majefty's Baggage-was removMfram Ken-ungton, to St. James's, His Majcfty and the Royal Family, being to remove from thence this Day. A Colonel's Guard is ordei'd to mount this Day at St. ;erday the Court fat at St. Margaret's-Hill, South* wark, the Judges prefent were the Right Hon. the Lord Chief Juftice WHles, the Hon. VJr. Baron Reynolds, and the Hon. Mr.N Baron Cli#e, when Nicholas Glaicoe, a Major in Lord Ogflvie's Second Battalipn in the Rebel Army was tried. Ft appeared by the Evidence iq Defence of the Prifiajier, ibar of whom were Officers in the Service of the King of France, that he was a Lieutenant in Dillon's Regiment is the fame Service ; and that he was a Native of France, and born at St. Gemaih's-eo-lav ; and thereupon lie waj atqoitted, and ordered to be detained as a French Prifoner. Then the Court acjoorn'dtill Saturday Morning. the Courfe of thi&Tryal the Ccunfel for the Prifoner' offer'd the Cartel fign'd at Frahckibrr, in Evieence for him; and upon the Jury's bringing him in Not G* itj, tr.e Court immediately order'd his. Bolts to be ftruck off.- That Part of the Cartel which related to Major Giafcae is in the two following Articles,.viz. Art. I. Ai^the Prilbnert of .War, of what Nation or Condition foeveMhey'may be, without any Exception, who have been taken on either Side by the Armies at War, and their Auxiliaries, fince the fifteenth of June, of tnis prefent Year, about the Mayneand Rhine, or who may hereafter be taken in any other Country, wherefoever the faid Armies fhall happen to go, fhall be exchanged or ran-fomed within the Space of a Month, to begin from the t Dav of the Signing this prefent Cartel, aj feallbg Vp**** I more at large m the j^tnArticle. And tfie 'rerpeciive Ge-� nerals of the Amu�s at War, and their Auxiliaries, (hall agree amongft themfelves upon the Place for the firft reciprocal Exchange and Ranfom thePrif.ners to be return'd on each Side. An. II. All Prifoners of War, of whatever Nation and Condition they may be, without any Exception, who fhall happen to be taken on either Side, after the firft Exchange or Ranfom, by the Armies or Garrifons cf-the Parties at War, and their Auxiliaries, whether in Battles, Combats, Taking of Places, Partiej, or any other Ways, fhall be returned, ban*'fide, in fifteen Days after their being made Prifoners, or as foon as may be, by Exchange of Prifcners of the fame Rank or Equivalent or of others, by making a due and proper Allowance, or elfe fhall pay their Ran-foms at the Rate hereafter fet down, viz. in German Flo-rins, both Sides reckoning at Sixty Kxeutzers the Florin, or two Livres ten Sols Fiench Money. On Tuefday laft was committed* to Maidftone Goal, Sarah Quiddenden, on the Oath of Edward Higgens, of a violent Sufpicion of breaking open the Houfe of the faid one black Petticoat, and feveral other Things. And On Wednefday was committed to the fame Goal, William Jeaner, charged with breaking open a Shop in Cran-brook, and ftealing two Pair of Mens Shoes. Norwich, Nov. 8. Laft Wednefday being the AnniYer. fary of the horrid Gunpowder-Plot, it was obferved here with Ringing of Bells, Firing of Guns, and other Demon-ftrations of Joy. On Saturday laft was rung at St Michael's of Coflany, by Edward Crane and feven Norwich Youths, 5046 of that curious Peal call'd, Court Bob, or All Eight in, in three Hours and feventeen Minutes, without a Bell out of Courfe ; being the fecond time that ever it was Rung in tins Kingdom. SCOTLAND. Edinburgh, No-o. 3. Thorfdaylaft, being the Anniver-fary of his Majefty's Birth Day, was obferved with all poflible Demonftrations of Joy.-In the Morning the Crofs was decked with Evergreens in Form of anjmperial Crown, and at the feveral Corners were imprinted G. R. If. the Mufick Bells were fet a ringing-, and the CaftJe dif-played the Flag; at Twelve, the Great Guns were fired, and were anfwered by the Garrifon and five Companies of 1ST. Lee's "Regiment drawn up there under" Arms,' by the Ships of War in Leath Road, and the remaining five Companies of Lee's Battalions in the Abbay CJofe, and fo continued three feveral Times till One. Bonfires were prepared, both in the Abbay, tae Caftle, and flveral Places. of the City. About two of the Clock feveral of the Gentry and principal Inhabitants of the Cuy repaired to theParliamenr/Hou'e; at three, his Excellency the Earl of [Aibemar!e,|accomru-nied by the Eaxl of Home ; Lords Somerville and Sinua.r ; ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in tor this Paper, ?T Lloyd's Coffee-Hctusi, in Lombatd-Srrrei u
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