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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 29, 1846, London, Middlesex Nv 3774- SATURDAY, Novem ber 29, 1746, Dealt Novemhr 27. A ME down Succefs, Allen for AfltigoaT Diligence, Davidfbn, for outb-Carolina ; Horfton^ Reed, for Jamaica ; Rowley* Tqbln, For Gibraltar ; Exchange, Goodwin, for Belfatt; Prineefs Looifa, -, for Cadiz; Samuel and Mary, Stevenfori, for Plymouth; Little-Crown, Brains, . for Weymouth ; and remain with his MajeftyY Ships Centaur, Fox, Surprize, Swan Sloop, Scipio .Firelhip, and the following, viz. Hatley, Hill i Britannia, Blandy ; Noble Anne, Finch ; Merry Jacks, Grainger; and Spencer Frigat, Spencer, for Virginia'} Prefton, Hallam, for Oporto ; Middleburgh-Packet, Wilfon, for Ltfbon; Hefter, Gladman; and Par-ham Pink, Abadham, for Antigua ; Bofton-Merchant, Bruce; John Gaily, Craigie; and Adventure, Dunn $ for Bofton ; Infant John, ChTffel, far Madeira; Glasgow, Gould, for Guinea ; Mayflower Tranfpoit, for Giifirn-zey ; Placket, Taverner, for Portugal; Mary, Roberts, for Dublin j TryaJ Sloop, Crofiey, for Cork ; Elizabeth, William and Samuel, and Wefton's Adventure, for Pool ; Mary and Elizabeth, Martha, and Dolphin, for Portf-mouth. Wind S.W. Grave/end, Nov. 27. Pafe'tl by the Succefs, Hayes, from Faroe. Falmouth, Nov. 24, Yeilerday arrived the Expedition Packet, from LUfeon. Wind Weft. Plymouth, Np if he had not been afraid that the Throwing of Bombs into the Place would have fin Fire to the Mines be .had caufod to fee made under the whole Caftle, and loaded wkh Powder, in order to blow up that Fortrefs at hi^ Retreat : But after thefe Preparations were made, he received Counter-Orders� and Was directed to defend ftimfelf as long as he- was able, which would have been extremely dangerous after foch Meafureshad been taken for the Demolition ef the Pkce. They write from Aix, that the itates of that Province, which were to have affemblefton the 13th Inftant, have put off their SefiiOn to foaae other Time, on Account of the general Confternatic-B which is feen in every Counte- nance. Don Philip's Court looks Very fortowful, ancrPro- �74> 36,480, and 45,505 were drawn Prizes of 1 oof. each. As the following Extract of a Letter frpm the Committee of Directors-af Edinburgh, ef the Imerporated So-rretyforfTofa^tingCbriJiMn-Knt'wleJge in the Highlands and flies, l$c. to their Cotrefpptdenf Members at London, relates to fo publick and national a Benefit, \\c are again de^d to ipfertit jnthis Paper. 'Gentle-Men, !^ -ate duty fenfibfe of the Favour and Coun-teiiajMgjjyhich for msny Years paftyoa have been plea**d to^ fimffiP** Society Andas trhe&^od' Defjgns \ntt%Wiql ^Rr^mrts;of' th,e( Cou^/^&jjtte wicked and unnatural Rebewon^wdthaty^qrjQjiairtBrly Meetings have pn th^tAyQuhtJikeyyife,b"een-of- lateiui-/ verance jrom our rears: Ana-we witn gr^at PjSeafure ac- * we now copgratuiate^od'u^op'ld BappWa Deli-frptn our Fears: And^we with gr^at P^afure ac-' quaint yc�u of .our having recomenGed the RufioeVs of ' reforming the Highlands ; and that we-have woW a much v hetter PiafpecV m Suc^ils than ever befpre,m many. P#rts ADYE IS F M i.1'. N ?S arc taker, in tor this Paper, ?r Lloyd^ Coffi s-Hovsi, infLombard-Screet. ;