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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 31, 1845, London, Middlesex Numb. 3515... F R I D A! Y; January 31* 1745-6. mat* J away 29.) | x ;�Jt*D on, agnize his Majefly'*, Sloop Swift; j;; Came down Ifeae and ElizabethrMatthews, for Portfc mouthj Pretty fi%, Blake; Satt-; djules, Blackabee j and Boulter,* Weales, forLifbbn^ 'Anriy'dfi^n. LaXruize Badger^QmetKandiJin-chinbroke Sloops ; and remain with _ _^____ his Majefty's Ships Yarmouth, Princefs Louifa, 'Tilbury, Monmouth,' Yefk, fSuhderlaJd, Defiance, Folkftone, Squirrel, Vulcan, Deptford Store* fhip, and Weazle j with the Duke of Bedford and Car-lifle Privateers: the Dragon, Matthias, for Jamaica ^ the j Waimao9Ee7 Bpwnaj�" for"LifbonCfiarloti^"Millar," \ for Portugal; MaryV Edmonds, for Oporto; Simpfqn^ Ragg, for Antigua jand Mary, Grants' for Topmam. Wind Weft. '. J)artmmth\,,Jmi%fu Yefterday arrivM in Torbaf hl| MajeltyV Sloop-Fewer,- Capt, D'euglas, Exprefs from Ol porto in fix Days; and this Day arrived the Expedition Packet, Capt. Clies, in eight Days fronj Lifban. Wind W.S.W. blows hard. . ' . . Falmouth, Jan.'2.5., ince my/laft arriv'd the Con-tancy, S^ckfon, from Gorke, for Liftoh. Poole, Jan. zj. Sail'd Rofe, Reed, for Tenby j and Thomas, Parfons, for London. . " * L ON DO N. From the London Gazette Extraordinary. Flujhing,,N.S. The French feew again to have made fome other Alteratipn in their Schemes of invading Great-Britain. They had drawn to Calais and Boloigne their Troops, and the Ships and Boats which were de-ugned to tranfport them; but obferviag their Ports fo well watched, the Troops were laft Week difembarked again, and are upon, their March back to Dunkirk and OftentT. What Preparations may be making at Dunkirk is uncertain, bat all the Hoftages for the Ranfom Of Captures were on Saturday laft fentaway from, tWcein a great Hurry, tho1 fome ef them ought to have had their Liberty many Diys before. On Sunder J^aft they began at Oftend to equipfor Tranfports all the Ships in that Harbour, with preffing Orders for Expedition, There are no Ships of War, or Privateers of Note there j but four or five large Ships, fome of them of about 400 Tons or above, about as many Ships of between 100 or 150 Tons, and three or four finall ones under 100 Tons. The Fifhing-boats and fmall Craft were on Monday not returned from Calais and Bor loigne, but were hourly expe&ed, having been difcharg'd the Seryice. Quarters had alfo fome Days before been ordered to be provided at Oftend for a great Number of . Troops (aid to be on their March. ; Porto, Jan. 28. We have Advice itfivx Galicia, that fix Spantfh Ships of J War from' the Havannah were arrived at the Groyne, with a> wry great Treafuraon board, the Par-ticularsof which were dSenredy reported, but (aid to be the greateft Part on ^King's Account i That with them k arrived five large Frenc.h.Men of War* which met them \ at Sea in-their Paflage from Cadiz, from whence they hadr foiled with Orders to join the four Spanifli Ships atFerrol, � and to proceed with them to join the Breft Squadron*, and; that it expected they would fail thither in a few Days,I the neceflary Orders having been given for all the abfent Officers and Seamen to repair immediately on board their { refpedive Ships, but that, by all Appearance, none of the' Militia would be embarked, nor any*Part of the Regiment of Regular Troops that were aj&he Groyne. Thar Difpofitions were making for the imme&uate landing of the Tteafure, and for putting it in Securfty by tranfporting it to Lugo, and that afterwards the Ships would go round to Ferrol to repair. By Letters from St. Sebaftians. of 4fhe 27th of laft Month, Six Englifh Prizes had been carried into that Harbour. Edinburgh, Jan.24. Every Thing is ready for another March againft the Rebels. TheTroOps are fupplied with' all the Neceffaries they wanted, andyv? are onlyexpefting the Train of Arfilleiy from Newcaftlej which it is hoped mayrarrive uponthe 26th, tho*a grcai�Quantity of Snow has fallen firice Yefterday, ?nd the Roads, are as bad as pop f'ble. Pai-tof Ldfd Mark K,err*g Regiment of Dragoons is come to Kelfo. Capt. Thornton, who, 'commanded the Yorkmire Volunteers in the late A&ionrtear Falkirk, and V/ho was taken Prifoner by the Rebels, with his. Lieutenant and feventeenof his/Men, has made his Efcape from them? and came in here Yefterday, as did alfo 25 of our Soldiers, *ho alfo efcaped out of the Church at Falkirk. .Thefe laft report, that it was with the greateft Difficulty' they could get any rtorifions wW'^ey.j^m m Cttfto^y^.^fe |f We hear, that Mr, Handel jprp.pqfes. to exhibit torn* greateft Part pf thofe. which had been ordered for their 1 Mufical Entertainments on WedneHays or Fridays the en-U^, having bjeeji.forced from them by thofe who were | fuing Lent, with Intent to make good to the Subfcriber* their Guards. The Glafgow Regiment isordered How I jj^favoured^^^^fi^, ^kamfaer-'of Perfor-vJ^e^Sie^e^f^tirUna Caffle jproceeds very flowly r| '"Warfcerlie was not then able to comptete^in order thereto General Blakeney has io often nre^ upon the Men at Work upon the^ Batteries,' and with' fd much Execution, | that the Rebelsvcann& get any of their d^n People tp go | near themt which Reatbn thp; Irim Brigade, and || Drummond^^e^inent from France, have been ordlwri 4J upon that Service. But wis Jiave Accounts from,the Deferters from,the. Brigade and Regiment abovementionedt that there are ndt aVbye 206 left of'thofe who" came oyer to Scotland from. Flanders. The1 Court Martial continues fitting. Sonw.^riya^e Men of the;Fbot have been Condemned to be(Ko^fbr Cowardice.^ ;fMbft of the Prifoners fa the JRebeJs- ^pflfeflwn, m Mi^ofVihe 'Gh%owjRcpr R ment, and Country People who were prefent at the A&ion . out of Curi^fity; ' i , ; .' .� � fiwil""Ppinilfh rrM^' cretiy ^^^^wtfy^- - - Difeafes and Cafuat# this Week. ^ CoiMrur- iii, SmallPox \zt Found dead 1. Difeafis. Aged 74. Cqnfumptioh" fion 151. Dropfy 24. Fever ^4 Teeth-j^ ..-- . -^^^Bs^^^-'-f^^^^^ Cafualtiet. Exceifive Drinking 1. Kill'd by a Cart 1. Stary'd 4. x , Chriften'd .Males 152 Females 143 In all 295 Buried Males .327 Females 329 In all 6jt Decrcas'd in the Burials this Week '62. To the Author of the Gener^ fApyBRTissR* SIR, I amt , ' Yours, &fr. � They were brought to Town on the 9th of December, 1715, in the Afternoon, to the Number of above, 200, under a ftrong Guard, arm'd with Mu&ets and Bayonets. They were in four Divifions, each preceded by a Party of Horfe and Foot Guards, and a Drum beating the Conquerors March. The Popiih Lords Der-wenfrwater, WiOringtony &c. Tho. Forfter, Efq; -who was their General, a Clergyman his Chaplain, and a Popiih P^ieft their Inftruftor, the Scotch Lords Nitbifdale, ^m^arth^Jmm^^^M^M and the reftorthe Wdcktkiojbes were ih'tne Van. ifte other Northern Rebels came after, all on Horfeback, rank'd two and two, their Armsiwiifg tied with Cords, and a Foot Soldier led every Rebel's Horfe by the Bridle with one Hand, and held his Mufketin the other. Thus they were led in Triumph from Great Ruffel-ftrett and Bltamjbury throv"/fo#war and the Capital Streets of the City, to their fevejaj^^^&ifonj^uatrCT(dfd.all tfa^Way^ on Foot, befiaesuuinite Urowds ot spectators in conies and Windows. * �� AH this vaft Multitude fhewed the greateft Satisfaftion and Unanimity by their Huzzas, and E^prefiions of Joy at the Sight, fo that it gave no fmall Idea of the Triumphs of die aricient Romans, when they led their Captives to Rome. 'Ttvas obfervable that the Populace fhew'd a particular Indignatipn againft the perjur'dFor-jler, and his traiterous Chaplain; for thefetwo^Jiada. conftant Crowd crying after them, King GEORG& fcr ever, No tVarmingpan Boflard,, No Popery, No Wooden-Shots, 13c. The Parfoij was feverely upbraided: witlt Perjury in joining with Rebels againft the Protectant Succeffion, whfth he had not onlyTwOreto himfelf, but bound others tp bjf the Holy S^acratnent. r I^^AofepUtfptt'Qt 9j[\Jm ijtrhftirinnhnnt 17, iwifc their DomefticKS;; were carried to the Tower; but Gen. Forjler, with his Confeflur, the Mackkttofhes, and about 50 more of them, were committed to Newgate-, from whence, ForJitry9xA one of the Mackintojbcs called the ADVERTISEMENTS are taken % for rtJiiskPaper* at Lloy d's Coffe e-Hquse, in Lombard-Street. '<5 'V- ^ ;