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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 28, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Mvmi&L FRIDAY, Novemhr 28, 1746. Dealt Novetnhet 26. [IS Majelty's Ships with tl�e Outward-bound remain, as in tay Jaft. Wind Weft. Gravtfcnd, Nov. 26. Pafs'd by the Ottley, Brotherfon, froin^ St. Kittft; Pri)aceCharl�s,Coulter, from Antigua ; the Gloria* Ceietlia, Patena, from Zant; Earl of Sandwich; and the Sci-pio Firefhip, from Cruizing Hendrick and Mary, Fdwler, from Stockholm ; St. Me-riton, Garnett, from PeteriWgh j Endeavour, Purvis, from South Carolina; and Samuel^ Dunn, from Newfoundland. The Whitehall, Keith ; and Fanny, Macnamarra, from London, are arrived at Madeira. The Robert, Morris, from Cork, at ditto. The Enterpfize, Mulbury, from Gibraltar, at Bofton.. The Anne, Howfton, from London, at Philadelphia.. The Philip and Peter, Anter; and Neptune, Dennis, from London, at Maryland, The Jenny, Harriot; and. Recovery. Dodfworth,. from Leghorn, at Gibraltar. The Dirk, Termens, from St. Euftatia, atBriftol. TheTrytoo, Afkew, from Virginia, at Portfmouth. Genoat Nov. i 2. On Monday laft a Veflel arrived from Antibes, having on board a French Drum, who brought Letters from M. Maillebois for General Botta, concerning the Prifoners of War, Sick and ^Wounded, which are coming out of Lombardy in their Way to France, $ythis Means we come to hear, that a free Company of 120 Men, having ventured to crofs the Varo, had'been taken Prifoners by the French. Stockholm, Nw. 15. The King went Yefterday tp the Senate, and declared, that he had gives the Government m Eall-Lothian to Count Piper, CooaceUor of War, in We Room of M. Creutzes, who died fome Months ago. The Prince Succeflbr, and the Princefs his Confort, returned the fame Day from Urichilhal. The Four Orders of the States have not jet affembied in a Body : But it is not doubted but they will do it immediately. Great Pains, it the mean Time, are taken in all the Refpcftive Chambers, with regard to the Affairs that are upon the Carpet ; and, we flatter ourfelves, that the prefent Dyet will hnifh itsSeffion fooner than any of the preceeding. Hamburgh, Nov. 2$. According to the Letters from Copenhagen, the yeung'Marquis del Puerto is arrived there I from Stockholm with his Father, and the latter fet out onl the 16th for Holland. The Danifh Court was expefted to return into the Capita], in order to pafs the Winter, on the 2zd Inftant. Liege, Nov. 25. General Trips, who is here, had on Sunday laft a private Audience of our Biihop and Prince. The Neighbourhood of the Imperial Troops, and the Quantity of Bread that we are obliged to furniftj to thofe who have taken �p their Quarters in the fmall Town about us, has veif much raifed the Price of Provisions, and of all Kinds of Commodiues. LONDON. Tratijlation of hit Britanrtifk Majejly s Guarantee Si/e/ia and Glatz. to the King of Prujfia. tcp = renew to hts Majefty our Guarantee, both of the Duchy of Si'efk and the -County of Glatz j -amL as_ after this, .in Conj?quence. of our Mediationt Peace was,happily concluded, and. t�e ancient Friendlhip re-eftablilhid between their faid Majeftiis, by the Treaty 'of Drefden of th? 115 th of DieqMpberlai, inwhichfhe Renewal of tte.afcovenrnuonfidCeffionsfcy th? Empwft, and the reciprocal Guarantees thereto contained, imderftojd tq b^ incraded. ' Aod his Pr.l|3n1an Majefty hayrpg required and. mofli. earpeikly befoughVus now to &Tiil theEi)gaggment afoft-faid of the Hanover Convention, in reoewiag the Gua-. rantee, which vce before granted him of the �Duchy of Silefia and tne County of Gljt2:; we have been wilpriz to acquiefce therein, to consolidate, as much as lies in our Power, the Pacification To happily concluded, and to give to our faid good Brother the King of Pruffia, a new Proof of burfiricereand invariable Friehdfhip : We do. therefore, by thefe Prefents, renew, confirm, acd ra^tify afrelh to his faid Pruffian Majefty, pur Guarantee of the Duchy of S^efia and the County of platz, ppmiiine and obliging ourfelves, tor us, our Heirs,' and buccejffors to the Crown of'Great-Britaih, aswell for the prefent-as for the Time to come, to lend our Aid anderrtploy em-cacrouOy all the Means in our Power, to pxeferve.his Majefty the King of Pruffia, his Heirs and Succefibrs, in the quiet and peaceable PofleiBpn of Silefia and the County of Glatz, and to maintain them again It all thofe who would diftucb diem therein in any Mannet whatfo-ever. We wi4 moreover labour inceffantly with the Lords the Spates-General of the United Provinces^ and % ' -make to them tfne ftrongeA Jnftances, to engage shem'to take on-themifelves therame Guarantee in Favoflr of fiis Majefty the. King of Praffia, and to give and deliver to him a-like Aft.' In Witneis whereof, w;e have figned this Aft with our R"oyal Hand, and' put thereto our Gjpeat Seal of Great-Britain. Kenfington, Sept. 19, (30, N.S.) A. D. 1746, and of our Reign the 20th. GEORGE R. All the Advices from Provence confirm the Embarkation of 1 z Spaniflj Battalions for Naples, and the Separation of the Reft of the Spaniards from the French, in order to march into Savoy. The .Lift of 5 Generals, 1500 Commiffion .Officers, 30,000 Non-commifSon Officers and private Men, 205 Pieces of Cannon, and 79 Mortars, which is handed about at Vienna as the precifeEofs of the French in the | ijjfugf" laft Italian Campaign, is notfcek*d upon to be in the leaft ' --aggravated beyond the Truth-Letters from Paris lay, that .the French Kin�.propofed ( to pat himfelf at the Head of his Army in Provence j but was perfnaded to defift from thatDefign, on Account of the uncertain State of Affairs in the Net^it riands, where his' Frefence might wry loan be neeetfary.-PVoDabJy they! had heard the News, that the Duke of Cumberland was, coming to take on him the Command. The Aoftrians have demanded Qua t^rs in Huy for joo; Foot, and are very bufy in colleftiog Pjovifions and Forage in the Bifhoprick of Liege. The Dutchefs-Dowager of Neufville, aged 107, diedj -on the 22dlaftant, N.S. at Tirlemont.-She was the laft] of the llluftrious Hoofeof Origone. f J3jV the St. John.Baptift, Harvey, from LiJbcjn, j0 ten. U^s, we have Advice, that; the"O^twa.rd-bbund 'Fleet vyeatfafeiy, arriv'eiiaubaf Port. J T%s GqnVtener. Skinner, from X-ondpn; to May
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