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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 10, 1846, London, Middlesex The Qeriettl lAkfoerttifer Kumb. 35)4.: THURSDAY, Apr il 10, 1746. Dial, April 8. IIS Majefty's Ship MHford failed this Morning to the Weftward, withajl the Outward-bound. Came .down and failed with the Ktilford, Betfey, Meredith, for SouthCaroIina; Fox, Hay, for Jamaica j and the Meggf Lauder, Scott, for -. Remains his Majefty's ShipScjpio j with \ ___ Danifo Ship from Norway. b Grave/end, April 8. Pafs'd by the Catherine, Sallett j Richmond, Luxford j andMary, Bufkin, from Rotterdam; Plymouth, April 6. Came in his Majefty's Ships th| Augufta and Maidlton, from a Cruize. f Falmouth, April 5. Arrived the Fly, Rickard, from London, for this Port. Sailed the Jenny, Jenkins, ibi Dublin. WindS. \ Pool, April "j. Came jn the Cordelia, Boffman,' frornj Deal; and Thomas and Anne, Puihman, from London, i Port/mouth, April 8. This Morning failed from Spit* head for St. Helens thePrincefs Mary,Commodore Griffin| with the following India Ships ; Marlborough, Sandwich^ Warwick; Montfort, and Taviftock. The Pearle, Capt$ Boyce, is failed out of the Harbour, to join the faid Ships. 1 The William and Mary, Blair, from Philadelphia, ii arrived at Bdfaft. j TheSt.John, Hewetfon, fromBofton, atBarbadoes. ; The St. George, Grayfon ; and Willoughby, Talbot jj from Leverpool, at Africa. i LONDON. ] Yefterday Morning arrived an Exprefs from his Royal Highnefs the Dukeof Cumberland. 1 We are inform'd, that npon Lord Crawford's advancing with a Party of 250 Dragoons, the Rebels rais'd. the! Siege of Blair, and retir'd 12 Miles, to Dalnocardifk| leaving the Place in the Poffeffioncf Lord Crawford,: ancf the Duke of Athol. f As to the Siege of Fort William, the Government' is iiV no Pain Tor it,-the Garrifon being numerous, open to bef ' reliev'd-by Sea, and in good Spirits. � if His' Royal Highnefs prdpofed' to fet out the 1 ft Inftan? towards the Rebels, and to relieve Fort William ; but thtf "Spey being not yet fordable, the March was poftponed for/ a Dayor two only. - (. All the Letters agree, that the Rebels are in the utmoflf Diftrefs bothfor Frovifions and Money, which occafionsj ixnall Parties coatinoally to leave.tjiem. i, Some private Letters from Aberdeen mention,, thatJthef Sheernefc Man of War had, Chafed ori^Shoar, and after-j wards taken, a French Ship, to the Northward oftha -Hare; and that whilft foe was amore, feveral'Officerg^n Mm wpre [landed,, ilvho foon after were .either kill'd o; taken Prisoners,, by a Party of Scotch Ge&tlemeji, who iook up.Arms for that Parpofe. ExtraS if a tetter from Copt. MUlifon of Yarmouth, dattd Apnl.6. * This Morning at Eight o'clock, went thro' oarl * Road the Tranfptirts' withtfcft Trrjops-for'Seotland, witfi| * the Wind at S.5.W. a'frelh'Gale. \  l^c^^^b^n'P^cei^ $a$6n.'tfere fhipp'danf boardat'Wjpolwich,, for Fprtil^uj^ouiTgh at Cape-Breton. I Laft Friday fane inalirioas^Perfonsfet/Fire to the Cop- i p"iceof the Lord Uchefter at parley, in Wilrjhire, which., . confum'd fonoe Acres of young. Trees-before it was ex-ii tinguifhed, theDamagepf which is computed at 500 1. j ' On the 5 th Inftant thcAngufta, ftfajdjftojv and Serpent | Bomb, (Partvof Admiral Martin's Squadron) eame. intof .Plyraouti, &D.chpn ^ they left the Aj&niral OrijSunday laft, when he was Joyn'd by the Yarmouth and Portland "Men ofJWar. , The friend's Goodwill, froW Cowes to' Corky is tlfcen 'bytbeFwfach. The two Ship* ^^:f^;j^^^Jt tho* tjhf Wea^e Sloop W War" c,o.uf d no| cpme - up  witly, tfee French., Dogger Erivgteer [(mention*! TefterdayJ , yet ^th^^ia^.'th?. # fee all the Guns ithrlawn overboard1, to further ifip Jff&p** ">. fo.thather Cruiste 4s -fpoil.'di-.'and (he nluft' be  obtig'd ctfre- tuni to Porti . �  �? � On Tuefday Nght laft^a weaf thy. Fanner in the County EfftiXjWas^bTought^td New^tenirideY- a^ftrabrj^uaTd j and wa* Yeftejxlayv afe^Eiiminatiori, f06m{nkted to^the Cuftod " ---- j YeftcYday Morning two Women* were Found "drown'd in the River near Canbury�Houle; or�e of^hem, who, js , well-diefs'd, had feveral Bruifes on. her Head,( the other had only a Shift and Shoes and Stockings 00 ; they were immediately carried-to Islington Church-ya:d, in order to their being own'd. Yefterday the Seffions began at the Old Baily, when only one Perfoa was Capitally convifted, viz. Matthew Hehder'fon, the Foot-bby, for the Murder bf his Lady, Mrs. Elizabeth Dalrymple, Wife of Cape. Dal-rymple.-There were three Indiftrnents found againft him, viz. for the Murder, on the Coroner's Inqueft, and for privately ftealing Money and Jewels : To all whuh he pleadecCguilty. Edward Parker, a Soldier, was tried for the Murder of his Comrade', and found guilty of Manslaughter. Eighteen were call for Ti anfportation, and eighteen Acquitted. . Nenvcajtle, April 5. The Scots Papers, JaftPoft, having aflerted, that a Ship had been loaded at Newcahle. widi Powder, Arms, &c. for the Rebels, which had been landed at Str'omnefs, in the Orkneys, for their Ufe, we think proper to fet die Affair in its true Light, viz. The Providence, of and for Bofton, Robert Sinclair, having come into Shields, reported Inwards from Amfterdam, for the Madeira Iflands, 2 Tons Cordage, 2 Tons Old Junk, 150-Small Arms, 200 Cutlaffes, 20,Fair Piftols, 39 Half -Barrels Gun-powder, and 6 Boxes China ; and on Sept. 9 laft, he cleared out of this Port with 9q Chalders of Coals, 105 C. Wt. Lead, and 260 Dozen Glafs Bottles; with which, he proceeded on his Voyage : But, 250.Leagues Weft of the Orkneys, having met with a Storm, he fprung a Leak, with eight Foot Water in his Hold, and returned toStrornnefs in the Orkneys ; -where he has been ever fince as a Wreck, and fome of the Rebel Party hav$ feized upon her. \ We hear from Aberdeen, that the Diik'e of Curriberr land's Army was to march from thence on Monday laft, to advance to the Spey, and attack the Rebels there. Yefterday �ve Companies 01 Lafcelle's Regimeni; arriv'd here on their Way tq tlie South, to be followed by the reft of that Regiment, and alfo Col. Murray's; who, 'tis faid, are to be ftationed at St. Alban's, Coventry, Sec. till recruited.  * An Exprefs here Yefterday. Moching 'from Bri-; gadier Price, who is Deputy Governor Of Berwick, tq the Collector of his Majefty's Cuftoms at this glace jj which gives .an Account, that Jie had received an foforma-j mation from Holy lfland, that three Men of, War, fuppofed tto be French, were..hovering upon this Coaft $ and there-: fore recommended it to the Collector, to ufe all poffible Means, to'advlfe the Tranfports;which are coming from! Ldrtdon with Srjldiers, of thjs .Affair; and accordingly ^fcffeihgers werelrrimed-ately difpatch'd to Shields, Sap-, derland, Wythe, and other Places along the Coaft, for; thatPnrpofe. . �........ ; ExtraS of a Letter from Montr�ofet_March 31. ; ' A fmaUjParty of the'^ebeTs are aboyt Gl^iefk, under! � David 'Fernerj who haibeen a-tad flague'to this Town? �.and .Neighbourhood.. Abjgujt.3flo_..of.jour .Soldiers ard * gone to that Place to difperfe $hem. and,have burnt a| * Nonjuririg^Meptlng-houfe. Lhope allfuch Houies^willj ' be fervedio, for they have been, � in a great Meafure, a| * "Nnrffery of this Rebellion. \\H-is ^.oyal Highxiefs the! ;ty - S. 'Tis no'w'aflared that the Duke has march'd from; Aberdeen. _ ( _ . ... | ..' Aberdeeny March3.7.. At'a General Court Martial held�! at Aberdeetithe 23d; Day of March 'in;ftant.'- By Ofder of his Royal Higlm^efs William, Dfike of Cumberland, &c. \ &c. The foirbwing Sentence . wa^ pronounced agaipft , Enfign Daniel Hart, pflateSir;Roberit.MwiroTs Regiment, for extprtingfj^ G.uineas frpm the Wife of Francis R-ofs, !! Merchant iH Aberdeen, upon his proniifing tp protect her Houfe'and SliopV viz. . , ' . "It 'ap|feafing.'eyidenf to the "Court from .the' preceding " Depofitions'and(tW Prifori?r's own Confeffion, that hej To the P U B L I C K. S with Reluctance I trouble the Town in this _ Manner, efpecially with a Subject on which I havp long chofe to be filent, and which I could wi!h to ba-nifh from my Thoughts for ever ; but fome Application appears neceffary, as a Report has been induftrioufly and inyiduoufly fpread, and, I am informed, has prevailed among fome People of Diftinction, very much to my Prejudice, vix. That I remov'd to Drury-lane Theatre only to impede Mrs. Cibber in her Performance there, l$c. This Report is abfolutely falfe :- I never had, nor have I any fuch Intention. Were I prompt to exert the Authority t have an undoubted Right to over the Lady, I have had many more convenient Opportunities ; butl fhould, at fuch a Time, decline giving her any Difturbance, were it from no other Motive than my Complaifance to thofe Ladies, &c. who are deGrous to fee her act. � "As Ihe has fought every occafion to difturb rhy Peace of Mind, to ftab my Reputation, and prejudice my Circum-ftances, I fhould undoubtedly be juttified by all Mankind, in any Act of fevere Juftice towards her, that would not debafe my Manhood, or fhock my Humanity : But, low as Ihe has reduced my Fortune, (and that (he has been the Source of my  Calamities, I will prefently and concifely make appear) my Mind has never funk low enough to feek a mean Revenge, even againft the moft faithlefs, artful and ungrateful Woman, that ever impos'd on. a good-natur'd World, or diftarb'd the Heart of a weak Man;-I doubt, rhygreateft Fault towards her, has been tx>much Lenity : This I defy any partial Friend of hers, or worft of my Foes, to difprove, . I apprehend, the'^oundaticra of the aforementioned Report was grounded on her own conscious Fears, which told her, fuch Ufage fhe ought to expect; having given fome late Inftances of her Heart being, in^ tirely fhut againft him, to whom alone it "ought to be open. , .. ..... .�<-'' ' 'Tis,now about. eight .Years fince her Elopement from me, when I found myl^lf deprived-of .the-endearing Solace of a Wife, at a Time I flood meft in need of fuch a Gom-iort; her Income might be ncko.i'dat little lefsthan 700 /. a Year, hadlhebeen- as-^wrllrng-as ableto" appeaT in her Bufinefs jjef^ perhaps, wheirthis happened, I might ;be ihclin'd to think, the Want of bar a greater Lots thanbe-ijig depriv'd of any Fortune IHe could gain me. My Pro-fufion (chiefly beitowed On her^ had loaded rae with feve-' raLDebV; Awards ,the DifchargeAf whkhj for fome Sea-fons, I appropriated my whole Salary. I found myfelf iri-volv'd in Law-fuits, andhadthe ad.ditjsnal Aggravation to my Misfortunes, to find myfelf pefter'd, by--her, with Suits in the Commons and Chancery. A few Years fince, I wasf a Prifbner* fix Months in.the Rules of the Pint j from whiehPlace I extricated myfelf with much Difficulty. ^Such'a'Complication of Misfortunes, was enough to im-! pair the- -Circumftances of. a better Income than mine.  Soon after this1, in Hopes of a'quiet Life at leaft, tho* I de-'fpair'd of a happy one, at Mte. Cibbi^i Requeft, I con-  fented foe fhould engage at any Theatre fhe pleated? -and be Miftrefs of her Income, on Condition fhe did nothing in , any Shape to-prejudice *me. Yet I have now undoubted  Proof, the firft Ul'e fhe made of this Indulgence was, her privately agreeing, that whatever Manager llie play'd with, fhould'by no means receive me into the fame Company; confequently, laft Year, I was, for-half the Seafon, excluded b.oth-Theatres. I was banifhed-DrBry-/