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   General Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 5, 1846, London, Middlesex                                The General Ad veitifer. F R I I>Ai J>ecjbm ber .5, TkaU December 3. .R RIVED Yeftttday his Maje-fty'sShtp the Sarprize from a; Cruize-;, and this Morning, the Shark Sloop, alio From a Cruize; the James and William, Gteen,, from Riga. Came down the;. Maryland; Dunham, for New-York;'; and ren�m w'tn tne Onward-bound Merchantmen. Windi S.W. blow* hard. The Cambridge, Doran, from Antigua, is arrived at Falmouth. The William and Mary, Hope, from Falmouth, at Ancona. The Jenny and Harriot, Hooper, from Leghorn, off". Dover. The Bon Succefe* Prado, from Earor ia-the Rivet. franjlatitm of the Kirrr of PruJJtdrs A# of Acceptation, of His Britannici Majefty" s Aft of Guaranty of the Dutcby of Silefia, and County of Glatx. WE FREDERICK, by the Grace of God, King of Pruffia, Margrave of Brandenboorg, Arch-Chamberlain and Prince Elector of the Holy Roman Empire, Sovereign Duke of Silefia, Sovereign Prince of Orange, Neufchatel, and Valengin, as alfc.of the County of Glata; Duke of Guelderland, Magdebourg, Cleres, Juliers, Ber-gues, Stetin, Pomerania^ of the Camibes and Vandal, of Mecklenbourg, a*aMoof Crofne ; Burggrave of Nuren-berg; Prince of Halberftadt, ofMinden, Camin, Vanda-lia, Swerin, Ratzebourg, Ooftfrife and Meurs; Count of Hohenzollern, Rupin and of Marck, of RavxnXberg, H�-htnftein, Tscklenbeurg, Swerin, Linguen Bure and Leer-dam ; Lord of Ravenftein, Roftock, btargard, Lauebourg, Butau, ATbay and Breda. Make known to all and every one who thefe Frefenrs ihaU fee, That his Britaonick Mayfly having �gtWTt>-U#J for the peaceable Poffieffioe of the Territories, which havebeen yielded to Us by her Majefty the Emprefc, Queen of Hungary and Bohemia, by Virtue of the Preliminary Articles of Bre/lau, and of the Definitive Treaty of Berlin, confirmed by that of Drefden, the Aft of Guaranty, of Which, the Tenor follows. \Here  ehyk to fend baefct-he Counsellor d'Albert to Franck&rtyVvith Initruiaior� for compleating the Work of Aiffociajion^ ** and renewjng the Alliance with the Anterior Circlesibs " the Secu.-;!}-of the Empire ; that.be, the Minifter, doest. "not docbt of their complying with all this j that the ' more the Court of France endeavours to annihilate this ' falutary Alliance, the more Room there is.tobe-con-' vinced' that fhe feeks nothing but the Ruin of Ger-[ many, and the ltronger Efforts oug^ht to be made, to ' prevent her pennicigua Defigns ; 'hat the German Li-. 1 berry would long ago have been diffolved, if it had de-: pendtd upon the Good .caiure of that treacherous, ' Court; that France is now^making her laft Efforts to. ' procure fbeh a Peace, as may bury Public Liberty under, ' the Ruins of the Equilibreof Europe } but that (he will' ' not be able fa eafrly to trouble the Repofe of the Em-' pire, if, the Ant$rior Circles, united by their A&cia-' tiqg, da thejr u�djqH to oppofr every unjuft Violence : ' On the contrary, while thofe Circles do not act vigb-' roufly, and- in clofe Union, France wiU have it in Ber ' Power to fupprefs the Li�le Statjtof afjler another, as ' fhe may think prx>per, and as fhehas done on- other Oc- � ' cafmns, in Contempt of the moil folema Treaties, &c." When I get a Copy of the Refolution taken ib confe-q.uence of this Memorial, you may depend upqn hawog an Extract of that likewife.' L O "U DON. ' Imperial Troops continue to arrive daily fro|n Germany at San Pietro d' Arena, and immediately 'proceed for the County of Nice. A Convoy of Provifions from Cagliaxi, the Capital of Sardinia, is come to the fame Country, where the Talk continues, of soaking a Defcent by Sea apen the Coafts of Provence* The Aaftrian Huffart ftiB make Excarfions to the Gates of Louvain, where they lately kilkd two Ccntrnels that were in advanced Ports. ThSj Quarters of the Hanoverian Troops, which have hitherto been canton'd only, are, at length, fettled ; and they are actually gone to take PoiTeihon of (hem. Recruiting goes on a-pace in the Electorate. Letters from Paris fay, that they are actually raifing hi France 50'new Battalions, and 4 Regiments of Light-Troops, of twb Battalions each ; that the Militia will aim be augmented with 20,000 Men, of which the New-coft* quer'd Provinces pre to furniib their Proportion; that; new Impofts of different Kinds will be eftablifhed, to produce in the whole 30,000,000 of Livres j that, in a mort Time, there will be in Provence 115 Battalions, and that the. Actions of the India Company were on the 28th paft at, 1300 Livres. It is generally believ'd that the Spanifh Galleons, with a Convoy of feven Men of War, will join the Remainder of the Duke d'AnviWe's Fleet, and will proceed then to Europe in Conjunction, by way of Security ; but }*e ' doubt not if Admiral Anion, (who has under his Command 13 Sail of the Line) fhould meet with them, he is both willing and able to give a good Account of them. . Private Letters from France fay, that Orders are pubtickly given, as if a Defcent either in Great-Britain or Ireland, or both, was foon to be made by the Teaxg Tools 1 but the wifer People, look upon it all as Gaftonade.- However we are at home convinced that fach Measures are taken by the Government, as muft make k end in a Farce. The Right Hon. the Hoafe of Peers have adjourn'd to Taefbay next. Orders are UTued out for taking off the Scarlet Cloth on the Right-hand Side of the Scaffolding ki Weftrhinfter-Hall, which is to be coverM with Green for the Reception . of the Managers that are to he appointed by the Hon. Houfe of Commons, on the Impeachment of the Right Hon. Simon Lord Lovat. Bat we are inform'd~ his Lordihip is now dangeroufly ill in the Tower. The beginning of this Week, died in an advane'd Age ,af:er a h'ogering Wirpofitwn** his Houfeat Wandfworth, ,in the County �| S^rry* itenry Bond,        a Gentleman ! -pofleffed of a very plentifol fiitate m ;hat County. Yefterday there was Advice^ that the Queen of Bun* gary, Fleming, from London, for Bofton, is taken and carried into St. Maloes. On Tuefday Night died, at h�r Lodgings in Dean-ftreet, Mr. Sparks, a. Widow Gentlewoman of confidera-ble Fortune in Dvbyfhirej great Part of which fhe has 'left to Charitable Uies. We hear that the Orator, lately mention'd to be taken ^up, is committed to the-Gatehoufe. On TuefHay N ight one Mr. Thornton, a Mafon, was attack'd and robb'd in Pkrk-Sfcreet^ near Hide-Park, of about 27 s. and his Watchv'by three Ruffians, who us'd him in a barbarous, manner. OnWednefday Night laft {the Houfe of Mr. Shaw of Kent-Street was broke-open and rdbb'd of Goods to a very confiderable Valup. Yefterday Numbers 34,955, 21,577and 5,984 were drawn Prizes of 500L each; and 31)668* 48,651, 20,233* and 6,009 of tool. each. Port/hcttth, Dec. 3. The following Ships are arrived ar Spithead under Cdnvoy of the Advice and FoX Men of Warv viz. Concord, Nichols; ^rotherhoocj, Vthiting j Madona del Roflra, Poppveila ; Nepiunej Glover } S^pen-cer, Spencer j Meriy ^Js,  - Nay thence, in bold, perfi,dio�s Spite, In,v�ded George's Realms and Rig&t- Let Germany refieft With Pain Oh Leagues on Leajgaes^ all made in vain : Pragmatic SanSion was no Bind, France broke the Truce, then pafs*d the Rhine > By Fraud and Force made fed Inroad, And plundered,KingtJqms a-U-mode-r-* Thefe and a thoujapd other T^c.ks^ A lafting Blot on' pallia Thus France contri�s by artful Play To gain an Univerfal Sway. Monarchs and States of Tricks beware, 1 With Force uoite, for War Mepare, " > Breda may pr^?e ^I^nd, DWitf-Soare. j Tho' brigliteft iieui* with Parti and Wit In formaj cWereatiea^it, AD V ERTISE M li,N TS are taken in tor chis P^per, ^.Lloyd's CoFyji-Hovsi, in Lombard-Street 0 0   

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