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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 25, 1845, London, Middlesex 174^5. t9nu f:^m Briftnl. Remain' liPPdils^^S^ Ad-: ^ TOiial Merntn; PQ9I, ^liAy, Foik-^ of War, i5TO^eedy Relief^ they ^bfolutely'refufed to hold out any; Jorrger, and-Multitudes went off every Hour^j over the; Wallvfonieof-vyl^iph^jfHl into,^^ Hands .of tie Kel^els, ' ti:rthe"OfRcers of matty Cpmpnn'fes Wertat laft left" with cot above three pF^four Men; fo that the Mayor and Corporation'hkng otft the Whte Flag, (though contrarjr the QginiQa|^d Proteftation of Colonel Du-rand) and made the beli Terms tliey could get for themselves ; and that the,Cofe'n'H was thereappn obliged to abandon the Ca^ie, r^t having above feveaty Invalids to defend, it, and iTy>ft'6#^thlm''nijfit-|br Sei vice^'and the Rebels rki'tatning^ in,' Gafe'^lf'-Rtefiifa'; to deftroy tfxc O ^ whole Tow^n.^>'vd- , It is a^dii^l iflotfe? X-etJefs PA-^he,,i 7,th,,th^t-w-^Gariifon, )i werg^eripitte'i fcogoto theirrefpsj^ye HSdmes. Marft'^' Wade mtirched' on Saturday iaflr, at Ten o'Clo.clf in th^e Vlprning, and was to go die firil Night to Ovingharri, and the fecondto Hexharfi. IVbiieh^lt^- Nav. zu By Lat�afs,of the 19th fi-om Penrith there, is,ail Aecjouin^ thiit at Thfee o'Cloclc in the Afternoon j^. t^ie. Day 'befryt?, a ,Qqa:-ter-M;itter belonging totha Rebe's cajne to clyat.Tow-^, anddemfUided,Billets : for t\yo Squadron?, making 2 5P HoriH. th^t were to be there, that Night; ajid for 8000 Men more who were to be there the next Day. The H^r/e caiije in that Evening, a^d, were counEed by. feveraj People, bajt did. net e.xceed hajf the Number they were (aid to be. iVbiteh^H, N.'V.zz. Letters from the North of tJie joth Inilant, mention, thai t^ie E.ebei3i,eaned Petirith. oa the 19th Inibiit. Whtebfl;!, Npy. ZTg. Letters froni. MJ^-flTaJ W-^jiidatBd the 19th Inllant. at Hexham, bring-Advice-qf the Arrival thei-e, on the ijtb at Midnight, o^the A^y.ujt)4er Jiis Cpnu�ai�d, in order to have proceeded tp.the\Keh"gf of Carlifle, and to give Baule to the, ^belssj, but th^t having- received j^iji^vice as well of the Suirender of that City and Caftle cn the i 5th, as cf the Advance of the Rebels to Penrith, aiid finding the Roads^'thro' the u ^anti^i of Shovyj �dba^,:lRd' f^^en, in, a Ajjajiner ^ impaffabJe, i|-;had beea- rgfoived,. in aincil of War, to anarch .the^ Army b^^cJc imniediately to. Newca^jle. u Whitebally iiov. 23,, It appears by Letters Jultjepeived ffom GoJphel'Darand, Commaflder of CarKflfej that be-�-i fore the^Surtdnder of diat Pltee- ta the.Rfebel^ he-had &4 Time to nail op ten Pieces.of- Gaartoi^ #onlfFoa>to Two O ?Qtmd^r!5,-^iwt;!W�re glace he ^ '5lsdjpreBdM�ippn 'tp'es M'en, ^l^- fid�s tlie-Ew^ 'Goto^fttes of ittvaii"^5 feyjoii* with Mm ift defend3ttg%e-GaiF*-, that be%e-Eight the next-Morningthey tad chaaggd^a-Refolutibn-i sfl^had all left him tea Man, fo.that-upon , calling a Council iof War, confifliftg^ the Officers ofihe �Ii>yaltd*,* it'was'unanTmoufly agreed; that with tlie Jfa^il Foces remainipg us^r his Orders, and-which did''6o� e.vcced So" Men, -ma-ny - of-^'fhem extremely ioferm, Jt was iie*'jpei&4e-t�"d�l"�Kk.fae-Qiitlec......� - - - ... -. , Whiieb^U,-^No5^. ^zi- l^he itiug lias been pla^d tq ap-jyMot his,.R6j;^ .Hj^hpefs the 'Uuke of C*jLE^^rland to uke Upon-hifli the Coirttna&d oF tiie Army which'-is upipn lii Mafeh towards. iJancathsFe, and to addj tBfereU) two ^ttaiiyns of Ward this pay to jpiti ^jie^ tH^S^ops of yvhiich that |' ^hi^^oniitts^ ^ndi w^^^^ilftlVsv^iQ^ t^ay-oi;' two by > his/Royal Ktjgliglirf: : >VJ jL : / ^ , - . WBit^bg'lft^N^ Bendck ijientio?, that an;Acfcp|fciit'^^^ Acart General Gueft of ta|iung or!?\'ered, under your Father's,, and your Majetty's moft aufpicious Reigns. Thus happy in the Poffefiion. of alLour valuable Privileges, how can we, without the utrrjipft Abhorrence^ be-hSld'tMs"wicked and daring.,Attempt,'tq'fubvert your Ma-jelly's Government, and-with it, our excelleiit Gdnllitu-tion. With eqpal Contempt and Indigi^tion muft we behold a fet ef petty Tyrants, followed by their-i^vilh De-5endents, all equally inftn-fible of the Blfffinpof.true^Li-lerty,.. confpiring tobruigback tiie whole-Nation ta the like State of' Slavery^ under a I^rfon educated in thearbi-trq^ry Maxims of Fjenchiand Romiftr- PoEcy, whom feVeral of themfekeshad fqleniply.alguredi ]^iimJt,jyL?.vj (^at)Sjr, tq::^ure�.yQiu�f!M4e%v as tibfeM^bers ofi this;jCh�rch-havQ^eyepi-beeivdi&ingaife^ /orstbeir Attachment to- your;Royal',Famtlyi fo,. through Divine Grace, no .Arte or Vt&tlence of- oui^ Enemies, fhall everjbe abjLe to w.qajc�rsdiat A^ffeftion. wqiovifgid/f our Royal IJj^rj;M^^.Gov4smmflnt-^ Wsare feitfiblie-thiatriie.?lu:inch of Scotland muil llajid or falLwith the^Interells of the Revolution, fuppoited^tfy yourMajeily. Happy, Under the coverament of a Prince, whofe Glory if^fet^^rjile by Law^s^jver People, we abhor .t^f.^OBgfcflft cQgr^besoming'the.-Btapeiiej^-of rarigtwtry Eowa-i Ble^fiwtwath a Jegal'-Seoirity- fpr^QuriRelig^ous and Civil Rig.^ts,,under your Royal Prote^qrr, we mall never give, up -vyith this,, to. d^?cd OH- Pipmii^s from a 55 o It hath ever becit, HA^'ever ihall be. Our ftiidy to promote, among the PeOpe'diiaefotrt-Care, thpfe Principles 'of Duty and Loyalty,^ V'hjch become true Chriftians,' under the beft of iGfove^fifflbnlB. FrOifi the' firft'beginnings of this UTHiatural-f^ebelllon, vi/^e have nbt been w^t-in^ in our belt Etideavoufs to iiafpfre them with a ju^ abhorrence of it, as threatni^g Deftrudlion to every: 1 hihg that is worth o~lir Care in Life ; and to confirm theih in a ftedfaft Adherence to_all.our valuable tntetefts, as depentl-ing, under God, on yojiir Msjefty and your Royal Family._ And-33 we have the: Pleafure to affiire your Msjflly/that i- the Body of ovij- Pfeople remain firm and unfhakcn m their m good Affection to the Britifli ConftitutrOn, and" to ,yqur happy Governmertt; fo we are pfiffwaded their Zeal muft �be more and more ftfengthened, by their continued Experience of the joyful Fruits of therh; and the Horror offiich a wicked Attempt to deprive us of thefe valuable^ B'el-iings, will infpire theniLwith'th$ ilrohgel! Ardour in the Defence of thiem. We ceafe not tq put up our ctioft'earneft Prayefs to God, in the Name of our Lord Jefu^ Chrift, in BfeMf of your Majefty and your Royal Family, the late happy Encreafe of which,. gives us great Mixtures of Joy in our present melancholy (Sftuatioh : That God may multiply hisf beii Blefiings..upon you and on them �, that you may haVe more and more, the Glory of making a numerous People happy; knd^'that yoiif GoOdneCs. may"; length, conquer ttie Hearts 6f your moft inveterate Efiemie?, and,make thera your willing Subjefts; that the only wife God may direft your Councils, particularly at this Jun�lure ; that the Lord of Hofts may profper your Arms for defeating this wicked and unnatural Rebellion, fo as, by his good Hand, it may iffue in the further Eftablifliment of your Throne, and procuring greater Strength to that excellent Conftitution, which jt wasdefigned to fubvert: And. that, after a "long and prosperous Reign upon Earth, you may enjo^ that immortal Crown, which fhall reward the irue Servants of God and Benefaftorsof Mankind : AndSthat ybur Royal Family may be the Glory of the Britifli Throne';" the SCjp-port of the'Proteftant Intereft ; the Guardians q'^ the Liberties of Mankind ; and the Terror o� Tawlcfs Power, tolateft Pofterity. ' ^- O Signed in-our Name, in our Prefence, and .at Our Appointoerit by, �WILL. W1SH/\RT, il^V^r^/^;-^ A Loyal Addi�&fe of the Preftytry of Edmhufgh^ hav- ^ bg been tranfmitted to the Marqui:; cf Tweedale, has'by ), htm been-prefented; to his> Majefty,.. \vho was pleafed to rt-ceive it very gracioufly. - There are no cei-tain Accoams concernmg- the Rebels, feme L^t^rs afferting, that they intend to march fqrw'lrd thro' Lancalhire to- G^efttire; and others, that they\^iil go into Yorkfhire, plunder York and other Places," aind then return homewards^ to excite otdiers to join vdth them, and by this means harrafs^ his Majefty's Tfoop*^, who ? re not capable of beefing; the Fatigues that the)', frorfhthfeir Natural Poverty,-can: endure: But let their Schemes be what they will, we daubs'not they willfoon prove abortiv, as his Majefty's Troops- will have at their Head their darling Commander the Duke of Cumberland, and bear in theiT Minds a true S'enfe of Engl/J^ tihe'ity. Yefterday the Baggage, Horfes and Servants of his Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland wcere feat out of Town, towards the Army; and with them, a Party of Aultrian HufTafs, who, inBlandeVs, �bcgg'"d to have attend his Royal Hi^nefs in the' Field. . ' ^ Laft Friday the-Earl of Liticoln, Lord Lieutenant cf  the-County ofCambirSdg?, met the; Nobility and Gentry, Heads of the Colledges of the ' Univei-fity, Clergy and ^ ^ Freeholders' of ^at-?ounty, at-the Town'Hall in Cam-^'n) j �iH-idge, when it was unanimoufly agreed to enter into an ^ Affociation to raife 10,00'Men to defend the Religiqn, Laws and Liberties o| England. On Saturday tafi'the Right Hon. the Lord Chancellor, Judges, &c. .v�aifed'tanrbi$?M3Jefty with a-dutiful and loyal - Addrefs. Saturday l^ft-aCoartofAdowralfywas heldat Doaors-Commons, when the-Lightning,a'French Ship,-taken by the Ludlovv-Caftle Man of War, was ccademn''d as a legal Capture. . .  A few Days ago-two Men were taken up at-Ghe^er and committed to Goal, bn^ Suction of being Spies-;'-one of which hasjijjce declaifid hiajfetf, and behaVf-'s;; vei^ infc-Icqtly, faying, that "he-fhall foon be releas'd,'abd that they ftiall repent their'Ufuage of him,.t e . ' On Saturday- Mbrning: died in Geriard-ftraef,- Soho, Mrs. Neville, Wife of- Neville, fifqV of GrSntliani in Lincolnfhire'; a Lady much efteem'd by alt that knew her. "2^ o A D VE RTISEM G.N TSUre taken m for this Paper, ac Lloyd's CorrEz-HousE, in Lombard-Scree;, No Wooden Shoes) No Arbitrary Power, ;