General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 21, 1845, London, Middlesex
N N O V E M B A SCHElVtE that was offer'd.to the SuBSORiBERs Br/J^ol, in Defence of his Majefty and his Government, which is now offered to the ?onlidOTation pf all SusscRifiEas in other Places, who are undstcrmin'd in what Manner to lay out their Subst r ipt ion-Mo n ky., EXPENCE of Ten Compan i es upon the_foUo'wi�g Footing for ONE YEAR, c^i Proposals /or Regulating them. s. Levy-Money for 780Mea, Non-Commif-1 7. fion Officers, and Cwitmels, at 4 /. /)^r > 3120 o Man � J Hats, Coats and Breeches, at 30.x./^r Man 1270 o Pay to Ten Captains, at IQ s.per Diem Ten Lieutenants, at 4/. 8279 3 4 907 8 d. 1\ X Prop. I. Arms and Accoutrements to be defir'd from the'Tower, ir. The OfRcers to be appointed by his Majefty. IIL Thefe Companies to be made additional to any of his Majefty's jRegiments, as he fhall think proper: As it is prefum'd this will rqpder them more efFed!ually of Service, by being incorporated into difciplin'd Corps. The Agent of each Regiment, they are added to,- to draw on the Treafurer of the Subfcribers for the refpedlive IV Companies every Month,' or two Months, by Mufters. Deal^ November 19. RRIVED the Earl of Sandwich Privateer from a Cruize ; and brought in a Dutch Dogger, bound from Calais to Bourdeaux, laden with Bottles. The Scipio Firefliip is failed for the River, Remain his Majefty's Ship Norwich, Admiral Vernon, with the reft of the Men of War,and Outward-bound. Wind W.S.W. blows hard. Corky Nov. 12. Arrived Yefterday the Fame of Lever-pool, Chatterwood^ for Gibraltar, and fail'd this Day, with the Experiment, of Briftol, for ditto. u The Bowe , Hanter, from London, is arrived at Dub-^lin. 0 The Effex Snow, Adams, from South Carolina, at Kin-^ fale. Q LONDON. hr The fallon.ving count of Affairs at Carlijle may be depended ^ trfioft, as itv had it from a Per/on ^who voas an Eye Wtt-neji of^hat is reiaud, and adive in the Garrifon, On Saturday Afternoon, about Three o'Clock a Body of ll^e Rebels appeared at Stanvvix Bank, within a Quarter of a Miif^of Carlifle; and, it being the Market Day there, they mixed with the Country People returning home, fo that it was not poflible for the Garrifon to fire upon them for fome 1 ime, without Rifque ofinjuring their Neighbours along'with their Enemies: But in lefs than half an Hour, the Country, people difperfed themfelves, and then the Garrifon of the Caftle fired a Ten Gun Battery upc n them, which, 'tis believed, killed feveral; upon which, and Night coming on, they retreated to a greater Dillance from the City, and the Garrifon ftood all the Night under Arms. At two in the Morning a thick Fog came on, which remained till Twelve that Day, when it cleared up for about an Hour, and then tlie Garrifon difcovered the Rebels approaching to attack the City in three feveral Parties, viz. one at Stanvvix Bank, commanded by the Duke of Perth, a fecond in Shading-gate Lane, commanded by the Marquis of Tullibardine, who alfo had the Arti.lery, and the thi.d in Blackwell Fields, where the Pretender commanded the Remainder of their Body, facing the Englifti Gate. Upon difcovering thefe three Parties approaching fo near to the City,vthe Garrifon fired upon them, \iz. the h'our gun Battery upon the Marquis ot Tullibardine, who was heard to fay, Gentlemen, tve han^e not Metal for them, ritreat ; which they immediately did, and dil'appeared. The Turret Guns and the Citadel Guns were fixed upon the Pretender's Divifion, wherethe white Flag was difplay'd, which was feen to fall; about the fame Time the Ten (jun Battery was fired upon the Duke of Perth's Divifion, who eUo retired. Then the Thick P'og ftruck in again, and all the Inhabitants of the City expedled nothing b'i:t that a general Affault would be made by the Rebels, againlt which the Walls were well I'ned with Men : and Sif John Feiinington, Dr. Waugh, Chancellor, Humphrey Seahoufe, Jofcph Daire Dalllon, of Acron bank, lifqrs; with feveral other Gentlemen of Note, ftood all Night under Arms, to encourage and affift them. The Militia was alfo drawn up in the Foot of Caftle-ftreet, to be ready in cafe of a forcible Attack, to relieve and reinforce the Men upon the Walls. On Monday Morning the Fog ftill continuing thick, the Garrifon could not jobferve the Situation of the Rebels, but heard their Pipers playing not far from the Englilh Gate. About Ten o'Clock a Man was let down from the City Walls, to reconnoitre the Enemy, and he found they were retiring towards Warwick Bridge. After-Noon other Spies were likewife detach'd to obferve their Amotions, and difcover'd a great Number remained about Warwick Bridge ; but the Pretender, with his Guard and Attendants, were advanced to Brampton, where they lodged themfelves that Night ; and on Tuefday they lay idle from all Aftion, except Feats of Rapine and Plunder ; for they fpent the Day in hunting and deftroying the Sheep of Lord Carlifle's Tenants, and bearing off the Country Peoples Geefe and other Poultry. They alfo feized upon all the Horfes they could lay Hands on, without any Queftions relating to f^alue or Property ; notwithftanding they declare the Defign of their Expedition is to redrefs Grievances and corre�51; Abufes. Tuelday Night the Rebels flept quietly with full Bellie^. On Wednefday Morning about Ten o'Ck)ck they difplay'd the White Flag at Warwick Bridge-end, to which they were about three Hours in repairing. About One t^'Clock the young Pretender, attended by Lord George Murray, the Duke of Perth, and feveral o-thers, befidcb thofc called his GuarJs, came to them ; upon which they formed themfelves, and began to march again towards Carlifle, in the following Order: Firft, two (named Hulfars) in High'and Dieiltt, and high rough red Caps, like Pioneers j next, about half a Dozen of the Chief Leaders, followed by a Kettle Drum ; then the Pretender's Son, at the Head of about 110 Horfe, called h-s Guards, two and two a Breaft ; after thefe a confufed Multitude of all forts of mean People, to the Number (as was fuppofed) of about 6000. In this Order they advanced to the Height of Warwick Moor ; where they halted about half an Hour, and took an attentive View of the City : From thence the Foot took the Lead, and fo march'd to Carlifle about Three in the Afternoon ; when they began a frefh AflTault, and the City renewed their Fire. On Thurfday the City was invefted by the whole Rebel Army ; the Leaders of which, ^ not only being deftitute of all honeft Shame for fo prepo-Iterous a Method of gaining an Afcendancy over a free and heretofore happy People, but alfo pofTeffed with the moft wicked and hellifh Spirit of Cruelty chat Rome ever infpired, they compelled the innocent People to bear Ladder.-, and other Engines for the Attack, to the very Walls, againft the Fire of the City Cannon; thereby forcing them into certain Danger of being deftroy'd by their Friends; which, if they refufcd, they were fure to meet inftant Death from the Hands of thefe barbarous Villains. At Ten o'Clock on Friday Morning the City furreoder'd to the Rebels, and is to pay 2000 1. Contribution. ' Nitfjcapie, No-v. 16. A Merchant of Edinburgh, now at Berwick, writes to his friends here, that 'tis expected both the Banks at Edmburgh will be opened upon General Handafyde's Arrival. O o A Farmer near Cariifle, having got a Billet to provide Quarters for a certain Number of the Rebels cn tlie'ir Route to that City, he kill'd two Sheep, and made fuch other Provifionas he thought might fatisf. thofe Sons of Rapine; but as foon as tiiey cn.er'd the Houfe, and f.w wliat he had donc> they immediately went out, and fiiot 15 more of his Sheep; and having bled them, they ripped them up, left their Guts in the Field, and carried the Carcafll's into the Farrrier's Houfe j where they quarter'd and drefs'd them after tKeir Highland lafli.'on, Extrad of a Letter from Berivick^ No^j. 13. ' Yefterday 1 faw an Exprefs that came in here from the ' Provoft of Perth, dated Nov. 8, advifing that 500 Re- * bels, of the Fraferf, Mackintofties andMacdonalds, had ' come to Perth, all arm'd with Guns, Piftols, &c. They * rob and plunder the Country in the Day-time, without * the leaft Spark of Humanity ; and all Night keep Guard * in the Houfes of the well-affeded, whom they ufe witti ' the utmoft Barbarity. Sir James Kinloch is made She- * riff and Foffe Comitalus of the Shire of AngU5, and ii ' preffing all the Men he can to take up Arms. Lewii ' Gordon, Brother to the Duke, is bringing up all the Brae ' of Mar Men he could get. There are levcral OlHcers ih * the Blair of Athol raifing Men, and have fent out Parties * to intercept any Deferters from their Army that is gone * into Eng and. Some of the Ships that arrived from * France with Military Stores and Ofiicers, fteer'd by the ' Coaft of Holland to the Naze of Nor�vay, and thence * to the North of Scotland. Yefterday wr.s brought in from Holy I/land^ three Gentlemen of the Name of Madauchlan, that were going in a Scotch Ship for London, and are committed to our Goal, on Sufpicion of being concerned with the Rebels. Randall, the Quarcer-maller taken lately by fome of our Volunteers, is gone to Scotland with General Handafydc. He has already made fome important Difcoverie?, and 'tis expefled he will make more. Edinburgh, Km, 13. Yefterday Donald Macdonald, of KinIoch-moyd.art, Efq; was carried Priibnerto the Cattle ) he was feized by the Country People at Leiniahagoe on his ^ Marcti to join the Highland-Army. Papers of Confe- O quence were found about him. Andlaft Night-Spalding, of Whitefield, Efq;wai ^ incarfcratcd likewife in the Caltle , He had a Commilfion --- A D V ERTISE M EN TS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coff No Wooden Shoes. No A EE-House, in Lombard-Srrest, No Arbitrary Power.