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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 29, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. Numb. 361^. T H U R S DA Y, Ma y 29, 1746. t)eal, May 27. EMAIN his Majefty> Ship Surprize, with the Outward-bound, as in my laft. Came dewn the Saltafh Prii vatecr, and th* Sarah and -Elizabeth, for Cape Breton. Wind Eaft.' Pool, May z6. I Sailed the Mary and Barbara, Hafrifon; the JollifFe Sloop, Aldridge k Collier, Pope j providence, Wills, all for London; the pike> Waldron ji to wait Convoy at Spithead, for Newfoundland and the Prefperity, Vivian, for' Exeter. .1 i ' Cowss, May 26. This Day came' in the Friendfhip,* Wright, from Plymouth. The Matter fays he was chas'd nine Hours, by a French Brigantine Privateer, of about 80 Tons, which was very low, and fcem'd as if laden % but the Friendfbip keeping clofe along Shore efcap'd * and (aw her this Morning off the Start. 5 L O N D ON. Prince Lobkewitz has wrote from Hailbron to Marfhjai Bathiani, that he has already got together zo;ooo Men, and that his whole Army, when afigmtbied, will amount to near 40,000, which on the Arrival of a Courier, with Orders from Vienna, fhoald march whither it Ihould be judgM moft proper for the Good of the Common Caufe> Yefterday Morning an Exprefs arrived fr0m . |. !  1 Yefterday Mary-Eelles was committed tip Woodft)�eet Compter, by R/Ir. A'derwan Baker, for keeping a difbr-toremain 1 � Nairn ; SkefcoriX .DejeanY (6 grip's}' Blake--' ley's and BattereauY, arts; to remain here % apd 10 Re-' giments of Foot,- witjv |tingtlori's Horfe, a*eito> gowith '^eDuketoFwtWilUam; u! 4 We have but an indifferent Warcb, baying nothing 1 Vt Mofs and 'Mountains i* pafs. The Rebel Lords late Woners here/ failed laft Sunday for London* on board ; Ae Exeter Man of War. There h no Body of-the * Rebels together, that we hear of. We were all alarm**! ' the other Day with a Report of the Landing of French � towards Lochaber, but it was falfe.' . i GIouce/ler,M6jz6. Laft Saturday the Right Hon. the Lord Herbert reviewed his new-rai�'d Regiment of Footi quarter'd in this City j and was fa well pleafed with thf Performance of their Exercife, that he gave them Tie4 Guineas to drink his Majefty's Health: ! Yefterday Thanks wereretum'd, in all our Churches^ for the Victory gaiii'd by his Royal Highnefs the Duki -of Cumberland over the Rebels. And,'at the Cathedra} an excellent Sermon, fuitable to the Occafion, was preach'd by the Rev. John Newton, A.M. one of the Minor Cal nonsthereof, btrlfaiabv. \z. AndthtHorftindtheVioti ibtTabret and the Pipe, and JVint, art in tbtir Feafls But they regard not the Work of tie Lord, neither conjider tbt Operation of bis Hands N.E W q A S T L E, May 24. ExtraB of a Letter fratn on board tbt Ritfon's Pt'ize, dated Port'Rqyal in Jamaica, March 12, to> a, Gentleman of ibis 7rwn. .....' On the firft of -December laft, in Company, with the Bidderord Man of War, we came up with a Spani/h Privateer, of 24, Twefve-pdunders, 6 Eighteeh-pounders, 6 Six-pounders; and "250 Men, and engaged her two Jjlourfr and a Half before the Biddeford thvld come up: But the Biddeford and we proving too hard for her, ihe dropp'd her Forefail, made over a Flat two Miles long, and got out of our Reach, the Biddeford being in danger of running aground in the Purfuit. W� loft very few Men, the Spaniards a great Number. Their Captain was wounded, and died in four Days after. He was a Man of large Fortune, and was at the whole Expence of fitting her out, by Commiffion from the'Governor of the Havannah ; and had taken Englifli Ships trading to the Main to the Value of 100,000 1. Sretl. * After parting, with the Biddeford, we met with two Spanifh Privateers, one of which we took, the other ef-| caped. I Edinburgh^ May 22. The" laft Accounts from Inverhefs I bear, that his Royal fftghnefs1 the Duke was to march as' on Monday laft j the three Regiments that mov'd for Perth are arrived there, thro* the Highland Roads, and the four Battalions of Heffians are now encamped at Burntifland. The Lords Kilmarnock, Cromarty and Balmerioo are ihiptfor London, with,feveral others of lefs Note.-Lord Mac Leodistkft behind-The Duke of Perth and his Brother are reported ta' have got off ina jrench Ship. Lord Lewis Gordon attempted to make his Efcape at Frazers-burgh, but was prevented.  There are Advices in Town, that the French had landed ; �24,000 Louiidoresf-and that a Part of it had fallen into the Hands of the Earl of Loudon.--Seven hundred Stand of Arms have been taken by one of the King's Sloops, bear Lochaber. >--No le& than 7000 have? been taken from them in the whole, fothat they mult have few left. '� "His Serenetiighnefsthe PrinceOfHefle arrived laft Night at^the Palaci'opiolyRood-Houfe. His Grace the Dake of Athole, the Earls of Crawford and; C>ulls are come to Town. The HohiMr. y/illiam Grant; of Preftongrange, Advocate, late Frecurator arid Clerk'{9 the Church ofScotlaod, and AiTemblies'theVeoT,' baving been luely promoted to the Dignity of his Majefty's Advocate for Scotland; on Tuesday laft, the Venerable Afien;bly eledei Mr. David Dairy m pie to fucceed hint in his Office of Procurator, and Yefterday Mr. George Wiftiart, was chofen Clerk in his Room. -Wednefday determined that Mr. William Nimmo, Probationer, his Grace the Duke Douglas's Prefeatee, to the Parifh of Roberton, mould be fettled there. *[bt moft humble Addrefs of the Presbytery of Caithnefs, to � 'his~RoyaLBigb*efs the V>uke of Cumberland. May it pleafe your Royal Highnefs, We the Minifters of the Prefbytery of Caithnefs, His Majefty's loyal and dutiful Subjects, with Harts full of joy, beg leave to compliment your Royal Highnefs on the fignal Victory of the 16th Current, obtained over the Rebellious Clans and others, in the North of Scotland, who weary of his Majefty's mild and righteous GoYera,-ment, had wantonly, and traiterouily combined together to raife a" Popifh Pretender, or a Romifh Bigot, to the Illuftrious Throne of thefe Realms. We conlider you, Sir, as our Prefent Deliverer, under God, and His Majefty, yoar Royal -Father^ by \vhoi^ aufpicious Government we are the happieft People in the Wrtrld. May Heaven long pre/erye your Royal Highnefs to curb the Yiolence *nd furious LifolcnCe pf'nnreafqnable Men^ .whom Royal Gbodnefs, and nUmbertefs Afts of unexampled Clemency, and.the nobkft' Geherofity of a moft bountiful Monarch are, it appears^ incapable of gaining. And to fcourge France, the Mother of all the Violence j Oppreffions, Infurrecrions, and Rebellions, in Britain^ and moft Countries' in Europe, who are fo unhappy as :to fuffer themfplves to be influenced by their magical Councils.  The unavoidable Cohfequences whereof, asej Lofs of Liberty, and therewith, of eyery\ Thing that is Valuable. Sir Patrick Dunbar, who with our.Moderator, has the Honour to prefent to your Royal Highnefs thefe our fincere Sentiments, is- a Perfon known to. us to be well affected to his Majefty *s Perfon and Government. This by Order of the Pre&ytery isr fubferibed this 29th of April, '746, by SIR, Tour Royal' HigbneftUmofi devoted and moft obedient buptbk Servanti ALEX. OUPHANT, Moderatori The prefent moft wicked and unnatural Rebellion having very juftly engroffed the Attention-of the Public, we Imagine fiich of our Readers who have not read the Letter to the moft Noble Tbomas Duke ^Newcaftlei Sec, juft publiihed, may be fomewhat entertained by the folio whig Extract therefrom, as it is on a Subject fo univerfally interefting. THE difafFected Clans of the Highlands having been the Foremoft in. eVery Rebellion fince the Revolution, I fhall treat of them, in the firft, Place ; and next of the Lowland Rebels, From the Pop/Jh Part of the Clans * nothing lefs than what has happened could have been reasonably expected* Such as arebeft acquainted with the Spirit, and avowed Principles of their Religion, where they are feen in their native Colours, and without the Attfu) Dijgui/es ufually put on in Countries where Protfftantifm is uppermoft, know that it teaches them that nn. Faith, no Measures, are farther to be obferved taitb us,^ 'fihan merely to lave Appearances f Their trafficking Priefts, as the bcotijb Laws term them, ftill abound amongft them; for tho4 there be fundry Laws in Force againft tKem, they have hitherto proved [ineffectual : So that it is much more owing to the unwearied Diligence of^the tftablijbed Prejbyte ian Clergy, and .more particularly to their itinerant Preachers and Catechifts, in thofe widely extended Parifhes, fupported by the Royal Annual Bounty of oriethoufand Pounds Sterling, firft graciouflyt bellowed by his late Majefty, and continued by bis prefent Majefty, than to any ofher human Means, that Popery has not interely gained the Afcendant in that wild Country. Thefe People, befides their being bigotted Papifts, are1 generally a barbarous bloody-minded Crew, whofe very Names have ever been a Terror to their more peaceable and loyal Neighbours in the Highlandst and bordering Lowlands, on Account of their Robberies and Murders 1 Infomuch, that the Government, both before and fince the Union, have (as your Grace well knows) been obliged to keep up certain' ihdependant Companies of Soldiers, for preferving the Peace of that Country. As for the ProUflant Rebel Clans, too many of therrt, I doubt, are equally guilty of thofe Diforder* laft menT tioned. And tho' they and their Lowland and EngHJb Non-Cd* tholic Confederates, do not acknowledge;any .Spiritual' Sub^. jeciioa to Out See of Rome yet their, obftinate Attachment to the Caufe of a PopiA Pretender, renders them equally Enemies to our civil tonftitution, and Very near as figniiicant Tools to that See, as if they were actually fubject to it. The accumulated Guilt of the.Rebel Clans, in general,, is therefore become'fo glaring, that it can now be no Sort of Queftion bow to deal with fuch of their Chiefs, Leaders, and moft active Inftruments as have furvived our late glorious Victory : But the Cafe feems not quite fo clear; with refpect to the Remainder of the vulgar Herd of their Followers. Are thefe, my Lord, to be permitted quieily to return to their Homes, after they have done- ail the Mijcbif tit tb. ir Pavjtr f And, after their prefent Chiefs fliall be joftl/ taken out of the Way* to recognize > the next HJf. in courfe, for their Chief ; who, it is ten to one, will be of the fame Stamp with the former Cbitf I For, tho' it be true, Jhat legal Vaffahtge was effentially abolilhed^ on the Suppreffion of^ the preceding Rebellion of thefe People^ Anno 1715 j yet what they will probably call their natural Vajfalage, or the Devotion which* from their Infancy^, they are taught to pay to the Cbitf cr Head of the whole  I call them fo beciwfe I *> not know of tny one Odn �h�t h en* tiieiy Pofijb, tbo* fome of theit Cfeieft, wd owagr of their Vto^t* tie of tb�t Perfuafion. A D V E RTISE M �N TS' are okcp in for this Paper, Lloyd's Coffee-Houai, in Lombard-Strtel, ;