General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 30, 1845, London, Middlesex
NuMS. 34^9. 4- SATURDAY, November 30, 1745. 4 ID ' M�txuBg tile Caefar, I^Tal^, for ^m�i^; M Wfllct, fNo!^iitt Oporto j asd seaj, Pe^rce^from ^ Leehom, fof Plymoatl!, ^^-bieh is pei^prtmng Q�|i^tifte ^ IrtiisPo�. Saa'^Wi^tflflpn?, mt, forfliime^ghts. PJpwMth, Nov.t6. Siiil'dfevcnilShkistolhe.Eaftward, onder Convoy of the Saph^ Ma� of War. Wexmutb, H&v.tj. YftfteKlaycame to an Anchw in Portland Road hii ^ajv, Abv. 27. Yefterday came in Elliot^ Liddel, from L -anda-Body of 300 Hunters m well mounted, the Cidzeos have put 600 Men under Arms, withaBo Wajggons laden Vtfith Bag-' gage b^oi^if^ to Got Gstfdner's Regiment; which he putiiKOdie^^of aStackof Corn m his'Stpck-yawf. 'The- j^g^lttder� after got Notice of his carrying off ' thcfo two Waggonsi- but neither Promifes nor X^ttats ' could prevail on him-to tell where he hadput the^H, tho' ' hel�a^Parties fent to his Houfe feveral Times for that Purpofe, who made all the Seardi they could, but in ' vain. As foon a^ the Country, was- quiet, and' CJqieral ' Haidafyd-with-four Rc^ments*dm� Bsrwick was arriv^ ' in Town, this waited upon ^ General, to whom he commom'cated'What' did, and defifid the GeriSral ^ to fend a Party^ taguard the BSggtee to Town: THis you may befure was-readily grankedTaaid I myfelf few * the Waggons brought'into the ParUam?Bt Clofe Yefter- \ * day Afternoon.-r-So rtuch Steadinefe and Loyalty as � * this DU^t by no Means to pais uflobferved. \ Extf&5 of a Ltifer from Huff, Nov. I7. - i ' Our Mayor, Alder|nen,^c. have come fo an wiani- * mousRefolntion to defend the Town t6 the laft Extrc-v * roity in C?fe the Rebels feontd advance this Way from \ ' lilendai, ^c. Altho' we ha*e not had any Guns fent ns * fpr our^aja^arts,,and Baftions, yet our Garrifon is pretty *W?li fortified with Cannon. This Day we begin to take ' th^e C�if)on put of the Siafs, and mount them upon our : * Outworks, which are now in goodRepaa-, and then w� * fMl aifear very Wariike. I believe we Ihall raife near ' 20 :^^pendent Gojn^anies, aU Trading People; aid fti * we are all in good Spirits, if they ftould come, I hope, * nay don't fear, but you'll hear of the warm Rcceptiwi * vye lhall give them: I believe we Ihdi pq>pcr their � Nofes, and kwer many a Highland Bonnet. When it ' was reported at firft, that Contribution would be raifed * upon us, the Towns People look'd very forrowful j but * as foon a* it was known, that the Gendemen r^olved to * liwid with theift to the laft, Joy and Refolution appe^^r'd * ia every one's Countenance. This Inftant 300 Militia * landed here from Lincolnfliire, and immediately maich'd * for York, with the Militia' raifed here. Yours, &C. tetter ftm NevjcafiU^ Nov. 26, * The Rebels are got to Prefton f and this Morning * Marftial Wade with the whole Army (ejccept 1000 Ictt * to Garrifon this Town) marched towards that Road, to * come up with jJhem as foon as poffible. The Rebels left * aGaJ-rifenof 200 Men in the GalUe of Carlifle, and 100 ' in the Town ; bat as feveral have deferred from them, * they are now in the Caftle only,- arid are not compieaf * 200 Men__As the Rebels pa^b'd the Bridges of Emant * and JLpwther, their Numbers were told, and amotuited * io 520 Horfe, 4266 Foot, 60 Carriages, 16 Pieces of * Gannon, and two Cohcahs--The Horfe at Durham, * are to join the Army To-�iorrow ; and then their Route * will be regelated, according to fuch Advice as lhall be re- * ceived of the Motions of the Rebels.' Extras of a private Leeds, Nov. 27. * We are greatly obliged -to you for your Concern, and * am glad that I can now aiiure you, that your Appre- * henfions on our Account are gronndle^. We wwe (eve-, * ral Days in Sufpence, whether the Rebels would not pay us a Vifit, but as they are aftually march'd to Lan- ' cafter, we are under no Planner of Fear of their coming * this Way. A Gentleman of this Town was at Kendal * When the iirft Corps (of 120 Horfe) came into that * Town ; hcftaid tha-e and in the Neighbourhood till the * laft Goiumri came in on Sunday l^ft, and ordered Provi- * fions at Burton againft the next Day f�r 8000 Men, tho' * he fays, that from Boy� of Eight to Men of Fourfcore, ' tliey caimot be more than 6000; the lhabbieft Set of Peo-' pie, he fays, that ever were feen. We have been much * obliged to this Gentleman for the Intelligence he has fent * and brought us, every Tittle of which has been con- * firmed by Accounts from other Hands. He fays, they * did very wifely in ordering Provifions at^Bunon for 8oco, * for every Man will eat as much as two.-On Monday in * the Afternoon, 1 faw a Letter, dated on Sunday after a * Council of War held at Newcallle, to which Place Gene-' ral Wade's'Army was then come from Hexham, in which * it is faid the Army will march this Way into Lancafhire, * on Tuefday (that was Yefterday Morning), As the * Roads are bad, the Gentleman who writes, (xys, their * March will be flow, but he doubts not their being able to" ^ cover this Part of tl^e Countr)', andif they ca� but cnee * come up with the Rebels they ftiallbe^le to give a very * good Account of thicm. Another Letter from Ncw- * caftle adds, tl^at the Army on a fecond Refolution, is to * marci in three Divifions, and by the Ronte, the firft * Column will be at Wetherbjy, within nine coinput�i(l � Rfliles of Leeds, on Friday next the 29th, by which � Means, the Army being ^thus feparated, will conftantly M in Particular have but little to fear; * I'hope the Nation in jgeneral have but little more 2 30 Miles from hence, and are fuppofed to be at Prefton^ this Day. j we lhall know our Fate probably To-morrow, I ines^ if they call h�e, or no.~Many jPeople and their Enedts are gone and going oat of Town. The Rebels axe at Prefton to-day, to the Number of 1400. Mftncheft&, Nbif. 26. tlx Gehtlemexi Highlanders, fuppofed to be Quarter Mafters, inarched into Prcftori this ^Ioming about 11 o'Clock.--The two Middle Arches of Warrington bridge are demolifhed, a Breaft-work rais'd on the Che&irefide. Barton Bridge is to be takjen down tills Day. It is fuppofed the Highland Army Will march this way j that the iirft of them may be e;fpe�ted on Thurfday, and the main Body oh Friday. An ajrtqny-mous Letter has laeen fent to the Poftmafter here, telliSg him his Letters would be^opt this Night. Manehejier, Nov. 27. The laft of the Highlander* march'd out of Lancafter Yefteri^)4 about Noon. Extras of a Letter from NemcaJU, in ^taffordihire, dated Nov. z-f: * We are in very great Fears here concerning.the Re- * bellion, but hope it will foon b^put a Stop to by the fi^e * Army of the King, which is now in this County. His * Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland, it is faid, is * at Stafford, and we expeft him To-morrow or next Day, * with the Artillery, and a great Body of Forces, much ' fuperior and better difciplined than the Rebels can be ' fuppofed to be. An Exprefs this Day from Lancaftiire * to our Town lays, that Yefterday the Rebels enter'd ' Prefton, and their whole Number has been counted by * one come from them, who fays, they do not exceed ' 7000 ; and many of them Old Men and Boys, with very * few Horfe and thofe poor ones: They pretend great Gi-' vility if they are not oppofed. This Account may be ' depended on, for a Perfon who came from Prefton Yef- * terday (which is about 50 Miles from this Town) has * made Oath of it to the Officers of the Army quartered * here. We have Lord Semple and Brigadier General * Bland, with their Regiments, &c. &c. Letters from Rochdale in Lancaftiire advife, that after the Rebels pafs'd Ribble-Bridge, they fent 120 Horfe to Knowles Hall, the Seat of the Earl of Derby, to raife Contributions.^ We hear froin Prefton, that a Footman belonging to the Lord Kilmarnock, has rode away ^th two of the beft Horfes belonging to his Lordfhip; and is fuppofed to have come towards London. It was reported Yefterday that about 300 Men arc landed at Montrofs in Scotland, Part of the Embarkation from Dunkirk. Yefterday Colonel Frampton's Regiment of Foot, march'd from their Quarter in the Borough of Southwark for Portfmouth, where we hear they are to go on Board a ^ Ship, on fomeExpedition. ^ It is 8PW confidently affured, that^enPretonder's SofifS"^ tlie Perfon taken on board the Soliel Privateer, by the hh SheernefsManofWar, Capt. Bully j tho* the Lord Der- -1 we. twater ftill carries on the Farce of calling him his Sor. ^ Yefterday i^ was reported, (we know not from what ^ Authority) that there is alfo on board the faid Ship, the ^ Duke de Richlieu, Count de Clermont, Lord Nairn, and Lord Drummond. ^ ^ It is faid that the above Prifoners are to be brought^ to Town this Day, or To-morrow, guarded by two Troops of Lord Mark Kerr's Horfe, and a Party of the Guards, who went Yefterday into Kent to wait for them. On Tuefday Night his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland lay at the Crown at Dunftable ; on Wednef-day at Coventry, where he was received by the Mayor, Aldermen, and prmcJpal Inhabitants, with the greateft Marks of Loyalty j and on Thurfday was to be at Litchfield. The St. Kitts Merchant, Denn, is arrived at Briftol, from St. Kitts, and brings the melancholly News of the 'Death of JohnWiUett, Efq; of thai Ifland, efteem'd the greateft Planter there; but mdre known for his Honour in Trade, Humanity, and Benevolence to Mankind. ADVERTISEMENTS are taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Coffee-House, in I,ombard-Screet. No Wooden Shoes. No Arbitrary Power.