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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 28, 1845, London, Middlesex T U R D A De c e m b e r 2 8v'Li745^ Numb. 3^85. Deal, December 27. |AW� ^dowB- the-S�^oop, Rafbery, ' for SrrKitts;- ArriyeA-the Triiiiiner, Lott, from St.Ubes. His Maje- Bon, is undet iail, mOx fix Men ofi W&f and" 'fhijsc Sloops, .BiwidTito .^e Weftwanfv:' Refiapin'hisiM4ja.' S)>if> Ya�nouih,,Adtiiiral Mar-; fin, S*ilh thi�i Men ofWir, ifiidjal ^ '-'^f, 'rii v.z S Madei^^Suwhnah, GracC} froiri Lilbou j .thc-P^ter^and ^ Maw, Al[Efhetbn�'from Miryland^ and ybrk,.La^ofclH' i-i frontlndia.-.;.   , '   ' - . T The Royal Ranger, Bufcomb, froin Barbadoesj De-Iight/.Jrioa)oh,:/r&m J^tig^^S^m ^fB^jJw}^ fit . ... ...... TheSah'Ind Ma^y, from Jai^Tafca, iSnM^^' Tl^pJ|i4pr,.qarrig,, from Africa, atja Lettfr from AppU^^ JJJe. ipr~ --- . P^^^'^Pjm^ at^ (Counters PTllarrwe':fg-�'=* Eiiza^thniSjwordv. ftom ^ i Ireland ^^nn^.f94 Eacny,: Wilfen,-,fK�n VitginJa�;i?tlV| q Vernon,. RinmiicT.-^MiV'Jainaicai aftd:>thfiiNottJngl>a�i( : bu our^rave rordie^dVoye t^m but Vtheir Keijriels ': ,. ri?S 4*3:1^ tei^led ,. Mtn, andf wodn'ded a- * T.%?^'-^,>�as^yet'�ts.on AisKead; &t nohe ' *.QjhSaXvrdiy the, 14th Inftant, the i5uke of Perth, Lord George fclurray, and fcveral oti^ijr Per^s of pijf-^ tinQjon. .m,Num^rjaboutjbeing the Van-Guard oftliq^R3bpi^rmy7'cam^'^fou^ I'S** o'clock in '^e Forenoon /it l^ing'the MarkefDay, guard Lowtjier-Hall and Benr|tl�, .The Country People alfo were all up in Arms j thfeycinadel fheir-R^freat towards Shapp aga.i;n,.j Ri^f . re^ysned .J^rough Whiniield- 'D^vl-^Ani^ r .^^Tii^i-tVkir A/Trf-k/%�> *mt\\g�rf� thf*Tf* tiiJ�ri� n�4�wrt/^n provok'ed bV the" Purfuit of the CTeunl&y, ji^patne^to deftroy all before'rutn.w;w:?bcat;'^ and the'^ntpet'fduiWed.tand . we huzw'd them" Vfini fiif-wajd^^but good God * beK endeavouring to furrou^tH^nSni we Wer? upOA-r ThVifwas %jg -Sccv % fhdrttJur �^a^f I' ^e Soimers ^i^6. � Country People tpok' about 76- Rebels. *' P^ifoners,t|iat N ne^ct ^qrninj;, -.who' arc afl' ' i^ojy^ l;i Appl?by P^fifops, one of them a captain namea i' Hamilton. ^ * ; . ' - ^nd^l M > . ; TheSahil^andMary, Captt �eates,^f>Dm Jamaica, for; Lari'^^e", ai'fivfed at "WJiitehaven, and brings Letters of thezS^h^Sfpteinber, by whichr We have Advice, thit  all was well in the jfland; that the Trading'Sloops from-Porfo-'Bdllo, .^c.'>'we+e all, e;icepf'bne'j-'retumVJ JtO'King-flfon, ktid had inadriaSucrefsfut Voyage j and that Ad ^ miHl Divers had appointed & Ctwrvojt (orthi TradiJ to Eufopet "wMkh Wis to depart the latter-End of Gftoter. * * We hear that the Htm. Mrs. Tempk his paid 50 1. into* tfi* Chambet \)f Lbridon/ fbw^dstbe Relief;-Support and Encoutagefaieot of the^btdiers ?mplo>'''d in-foppreffing the prefcnt unnatural Rebeliion { and we� have'the Pleaforeof acquaintift| die Publitrk, that that lauckblc Utideitaking has been gf^jftly advftifted by tbrgenei oos Conuibutiona of' many other well dif^dld Ladies. ' ^K^- Wedrf^day-iat the Rev* Mr. Edward JelSfries,' Matter of the Yocmg'Gentlemen's Boarding School at JflewOrth Was Irtftituted. CipJ ' fell in with the Dr�gonf x F;fench.iirjvp!te(er,'pf ,'k1hire ' and Deputy Lieat^najit cf ^he faid Copntyv.' i' iiur ��. Laft Th;uk'ddy..dicd in Kiog-^-eetii Weitmiii�ftfl!r,}-Mt��j Piikin^tcin, .a;tji:Btle\S'omao ot.coniidferabie Fortune, Yeltcrday Number M ,009 wafcdr4*t�a Rriae. of jc^qo i> 1 \ 4,'iia, /jpoi ^^^^ xt,4,\)Y,^t^i^, X^H^lhy and4g,�4Z. � were drawn Prizes of f.ieqU^ :,:,!�). > w t j We are alTured, that-the nomirja4,-D,r. Kirkham, weUi knowjt-atche.Ctiltcm-ho^fe, and Hark'e Hark'i, ot Wa-.^ ter-Lane, were imitled to the . i.ePaL^?riK,d/a\v4\y.cil:ei:^ ; day ; to tht gcner-l Joy of all tljeir Acquaintance. ' Wealfo'heflF,-thatthe ^oaJ. drawn the''fame Day.'be- ': longs to Capt. Rogers of Moorfields. (r  We iliall infcrt \ihe Fi^nmr's ^cc0/fd Ltter jo tLe Pro-f- ; tejiiihts of telanJ, on Monday next. ; As^It m'^ft'fill the HiearjE of every,true Briton with Jjdj%-; eftkWifti in them the highejl Opinion of the undaunted � Courage and indefatigable Pains that his Royal HighnefSj the Duke of Coiriberland, the Darlirig of the Pepplc, .has beeh at, in qtfelling'thc unnatural Rebellion, the Inftru-^, ments of whichV without his" Aflidujty, under Providence,, in the. Opinion of "every, one, would, have reach'�i this, great Metropolis,,George.Sterrop of St. Paul's Church-. yatJ, is preparing a Modal in Honour of that glorioui A&ion ; 'inthe-performing of which he is determined, to,, fpal-e no Pains or .Expence to rendcj; it worthy the iVppro-bationof the Curious., I.t will be finilb'd in a few IJ^^S being in gffeat Forwardnefs..-oqie, of tbemwill^ 3 be ilruck ih Metal. C O U N T'R Y-N-fe W S. c Tori, Dec. 14. The Duke of Ancafter's Regiment. O which marched through this filace laft Week, ro j-oin Ge-*^ neral Wade,, are^returrt'd, andmareh'd back tovtapd Hull,' ^ &g>,,'. AndiheEaft'Riding'Forces, binder the Ldrd irwin, who-Jiave fome Dayf, we hear, w 11 take the fame RouteJ this Day.v The Land^FoKCes under Lord Irwin were rev itwed at Campas Ing-Pallure, near this City, on Friday lail; they made a fine Appearance,^ and went, thro', alii the Evolutions, and Frrii^gs with thegrcateft Ex-i aifhiefs. .T'he Archblfliop of York, andfevcral other Gen-I tlcjnen.of Rank and Quality were pre'ent, who gave their Performance a general Approbation. We hiear from Newcallfe, that on Sunday Morning, about, three o'clock, one of our Vcluntcers, who was upon Guard, at one of the Gates, was ihot at by fome Vil \ lain. : The Ball went clpfe by the Gentleman's Face, and i lodged in the Gate, v The Magirtratcs have offer'd a Reward of 50.1. for apprehending the Rogue. Petirith, Dee. 21, The Rebels came in here on Wednef-l day. lalt in their Return; allthe Townfmcn were forced to ' fly, as they had made fo vigorous a Stand againll their Van-Guard on Saturday Night, and all Day on San-day ; they were repulfed bv the Country in Arms, and a Company of Foot we had from Marihal Wade's Army, and forced to retreat to rheir whole Body at Kendal. However poor Penrith fuffbr'dfufHeiently for it, by being plun- w I derrd very inhumanly, and would have been burnt in-'all ^ Prob.abilty,' had noit-the Duke's Army appe.v'd moit pro- p vklemially in the Evening i the Rebels detached a Bddy of fome ef their Officers killed, Capt. Hamilton taken Prifoner, and t\vo more wounded, befides rhofe of no Rank. -. . ' - o -A^BVfi-ft^fH'SE MEN TS>ai:e..takea in ior- tbk Paper, at Lloyd's Cofree-Ho usE� in Lombard-Srreet. No Wooden Shoes. 0- s No Arbitrary Power. ;