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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 19, 1845, London, Middlesex The General THURSDAY, December 19, 1745. CO o Deal, December 17. �EMAIN in the Downs hrs Maiefty's * Sh^ Norwich, Admiral Veraon; the Pool, Ru4^, Saphire ; mger, and Hornet bfooj^. Arrived -the Dover Privateers, and have broagllt in iwo more Ijrench Trart^rfc. WindS.W. Cowes, Oee^ r6. Yefterdaj^came __________ in Jonge feerfertrnte, for Middle- bui^ ;vthe Joage Lambertus, and the Vi'iie-Zee, for Rotterdam, all from Bourdeauxj the Sarah and Helena, and the Nept|ane, bot;h for Rtfttcrdam, frdSx Nantz; and the Creeft, from Biffioa, for 2ur?cfezer. � Southahptdn, Dec. 17. Arrived the Fox, Beal, from Guem/ey. SailM the Lizard Sfi% tff Way, Capt. Legg, forSpithead. Wiild S.W. The Mary, Clipham, from Jamaica^ is arrived at Tenby. LONDON. They write from the Hagae, that there is great Reafon to hope the Milliter their Hightintfifes-are fending to Cologne wiirfucceed in his Ntgdtiktitjn fof a Corps df'Ten ThoufiMid Men ; and as Treaties i^x Troops are going on in other Ptacics, we flatter oitffeivcs^ th�tf we ihau be^able ^rly in the Spring to withlfcind' ali the-EfFoOis of&ance. They write from Paris, tH^t'M.Orry dt^ulvi, Brother Of thq late Comptroller G'eneral of the Fiiances, and who was lately at the Headbf the Affairs -cf tlw hidia Company, has.^refign'd th� Ehtplay,^ and that M. di? KcuiHe -focCeedshim.-k was owing to this Change, th4t rise Actions of the Company refe all of a fudden, ifrom to"? o fo 1090 Livres. Private Letters from the fame Pkce intirtiSte, that the Court of Vcrfailles woiiJd be willing enough io grant a *^Neutraltty Xot);ip States Gcflferaf, upon Very favourable Cqni^itjons jVbat add, that iip foch Pi'opdfition has been yet made in Form. Exfraa of a frivaie leit*erjr^ LeeSs^ Dec, \ 6.  You may remember in fny* laff I mentioned one Mr. I Bailey of Mancheft'ef. Thi* bM Gentleman made a glo- * rious Stand againff xhe Rebels,^rdiich idaref^ evei^  tfue^Hton wSli;bfe gfedtto: iear. muft know, the � GentlcnKn-df liacafhire had fobfcribed to an Aiibcia-  tionarvery lafge Sum, but the-fiironfey was not collected.  The Rqbsls being informed of this, detach'd (as is/aid)  100 Men back to Madcliefter to colleft what had been > fubfcribedintAat Town : I'his they did when they had  left Mancliefter, and were on their March towards Mac-  cle&lield. This Detachment went from Hoiife'to Houfe * to coilcfl the feveral Sums fiibfdrib'd, and amongil the * reft demaadcd Mr. Baily's SuWcription. He miitftilly * refofed to pay it; upon which they threrttned him with  Military Execution m thefe thrfee 'Words, Death, Fire  and S-ivorJ: Upon which, he bravdy told them they * might do their worft, he would not give them a Farthing, '  Theyv-as l-feppefe, .ccaM:k4iQg^i� ^Wfiuld be^uite un- * popular, and in the Main tOt the Prejudice of their Caufe, * to delirpy ,the old Gentleman in cpld Blood, went away ' * difapporrited; Soon-affe^rivai^s, you know, they tii- * turned to Mahchefler agttift ; and Mr, '^iiy, with mcwe * Bravery ffill, was iiefotvedto keep his Ground : But at  their Ifecond Coming they .ieizeAAiiji ass an Holtage for  25001, which he \va5obijgedt^j-aifc;forthem,asaCon- , tributibn-levied on the 'I'-ownWMarihal Wade's foot ' � did not^arch as your-Pa^^rs fay^ i'wva F-errybrif^e to � Doncalfer, but to WakeMd/ and from aVWe Duke very. Uberally r?warded for his Courage and Diligence. J Our' general -Accounts' fi om the North are fuH of Com- \ plaints of the Cruelty of the Rebeh, having taken feveral \ People away with them as. Prifoners. And from Lancafler we hear, that they hang'd up thiee Inhabitants of-that ; I'own: -w*^ Letters from the Nortli advife, that Lord Loudon is j marched from Invernsis to Fort Auguftus, and propofes \ Om diredlly fk(htte, Thomas Butterworth, Efq; of Manchefter. He waS Father to the Lady of Sir Rehry Houghton, of Wilt along with them, andisin ;an4 eat ait^ Wfuit; ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in for this Paper, a: Lloyd's Coffee-House, in Lombard-Scrcet, No Wooden ^hoci 0- No Arbitrary Ppwer. ;