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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 1, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. NVm b. 3775; M O N DA Y, B icE�b *'r t, 174$. 2)m/( November 29. AIL'D Ycfteday after Poft his Majefty's Ship Surprize to the WeUward^ wiA the Mayflower Tranfpbrt. Remain his Majefty's Ship Centaur, and Swan Stoop, and an Outward-bound Ship. Wind S:W. . The Mayflower, Lindfay, from -- . -x *, New York, is arrived atAntigua. The W$ifmfcarj�?Tate, from Africa, at Virginia. The Lady Chriftina, -r-,from Bilboa, atBrifbl. Since oar Iaft arrived the Mail from Holland. Conjtantinopli, Nov^ 18. The Negotiation for an Accommodation between the Grand Signor and Thamas Kouli Khan are almoft cempleated, the principal Articles of a Treaty of Peace being agreed on. His Higbnefs acknowledges Kouli Khan as Lawful King and PoflefTor of the Throne of Perfia, and promifes never to give Succour to the Pretenders that may� arife to difpute his Tide. Thamas Kouli Khan engages, on his Side, not to enter into any War or Meafures wjfpfoever to the Prejudice of tne Perte. The limits'"of''the two Empires, are to remain upon the Footing they were fix'd at during the Admioiftra-tibn of Efehrefc the Succeffor of Mrriwies. The Difficulty concerning the Pilgrimages to the Tomb of Mahomet is regulated in fuch a Manner, that the Pilgrims, Who have a Mind to go from Perils to Mecca, nay pafs and re-pafs with all Freedom, without depending in any Manner upon the Will br Good Pleafure of the Turkifn Magif-trates and Officers. Drefdtn, Nop. 26. Their Majtfties and the Royal Family are expefted back from Warfaw about the 15 th, of next Month. .Orders are come for furhiwing magnificently an Apartment in the Palace of this City,, forth? Reception of the Duke of Richlieu, Who is to come and receive Madam the future"Dauphinefs, and conduiL-her .to Strafburgh. The Princes Charles and Xavier purpofe to accompany their Sifter into France, in order to feeihat Kingdom. We have received a particular AccountoT the ineffe&ual Breaking .up of the Dyet of Poland- Paris, Nov. 28. The Court ha.s given the Coohfefs of Morton Liberty to fee her Hufband in the BafHle according to her Defire, and his Lordfhip is permitted to have ho Valet-de-Chambre -with him. The Talk continues here* as very certain, that M. Saxe will faddenjy return into the Low-Countries, whither fsveral General and other Officer?, are. already fet out for their refpe&ve Corps, The principal Scotch and Iriih Lords, Gentlemen and other Officers, who are about this City, were commanded Iaft WeeVte wait upon the young Pretender, in whofe Preience an Affembly was held, the'Object of which, it is prefum'dj was fome Letters lately brought from the North and Weft, by fome Privateers juft arrived. Ibe falloimng Letter from Mm in Provence, dated the iqtb Injiaatf bath hen received at Fontainbieau. * The Enemy had thrown two Bridges over the Varo, ' and feeraed to nuke Difpofitioas for paging that River, elay of She Combined Army in'attempting to fiais the��'Yaro, Jb/a been of a kt^SsuL "Retreat before mnch mferior Forces. " Letters from Geneva, dared Nov. 16, take Notice thatf Ihe Infant Don Philip and the Duke of Modena were ex-peeled at Charaberty, the Capiwi of Savoyk where a Palace was fitting Up for their deception j and that the King, of Sardinia had reeved to pah) on the Siege of the Cafttp: of Savnna with afl Vigonr, while the JB^Bentieas arc making to pafsjtbe Vifro. 1 , Wood, *m�ng. other Things, has fteelx very nwch-wanted in the County of Nice, where little grows befide* Olives, the cutting down of which would entirely ruin thef Inhabitants. From IheLondoR Gazette. ' ; Augfiurgh, Nov. 18, N.S. Aceording to out brft Advices from Nice, which may be depended upon, General Brown, fince rn�'Anayal there from. Genoa, had vifited and reconnoitred.feveral Ppfts bpoh the var, which in, hxif found well guarded and lined oythe Enemy's Pickets, Tupperted by a Brigade of Infantry ahd fome Cavalry en-> camped behind themi .about, Half a League from that Rivet ? bet *hat noiwithftanding this Difppfttion, it was probable the Aufbwn General would attenpt to pafs that-: River in a few Da^s. The lame Letters, add, that thef Bulk of the French Army lay at Ancibes, but that the Spanifh and Walloorr Guards were marched with Don I Philip to Aries; that eight other Spaniflr Battalions, and eight hundred Dragoons had been embarked five or fix; Daystefore for Naples'}: and that forty weight SquadrWns( of the fame;Na^on-weri^n^archedJnto Savoy. " 1 ' HaiM, Dec. Ngf T^he jftatea of ^blland met lafl faid to be aftmbling provinonally 40 Battaliom. Advices from Provence, by the Way of Pari* firy^ that the Auftriao and Piedteontefe Army hid not yet pened the Var on the iSihpaft,- N.S. On the other band, it is written from Munich, that they had Accounts-there, of uodoobted Authority, that five Ba�aiioB5^fuppofed to be the Head of AeiArmy, had pafled that-River e� the 16th. And Kkbere are others Letters from Swalertand to the fame Hagta, Dee. 6. N.S/ The States General have, in HoWtev-1� strengthen theNuimWef Offiosrs avthe refpedive' * Regiments of their Infanfry^feakeniiftefblotioi} to add a' fecond Lieutenant to each CbtofWhyv^nh Enfign'j Pay J and te make good'-this adcfilSooei E^pence^ by reducing four private Men per Cet&tfh^: Mhrthal Bsthjaoi is daily ejgpecotd here from Aix H Cfepdle1; and the Generals CrooftrOm, Smaf&ert, -and Bhrraanla, are arrived here from Brabant. The Mahje^del Puertty the new Spasifli Ambai&dof at this Refiderice,Ai expected in a few Days, having1 ttready paft �artboui|g. ' 4dmraftf-0ce> Nov. ?8\ Captain Atbuthnot, Com* mander of his Majefty^ SJtpop the Jamaica, being on a Cruize on the ajd lnftant, eipied a��U,com^froaunder St. AlhwrV Poim; tu which bvwe Chmx it WK u'Cludr, and came,tip with her'at Si* ft the Evehihg: She proved to be 4 French Cutter ^wrat^i-eaHed^he-Furet) of Boulogne, Of eight Carriage and-fix - SwiveP Guns, and 43 M*�, and Captain Arbushnbt has brought her with him 'HKoigpitBead-. - ;  -lV-' "'* � � JdminUtfOfficii ^.29. On ihe ieAh'Imlafit his Majefty's Ship the Nairrur chaied into the Squadron under the Comn^md of Vke-Admiral Anfoa, the Mercury> formerly a French Ship of Wa? of 58 Guns, bw then feeing as an Hofbitat Shinto the^Freneh ^quadWn lately com-tnandod1 by the Duke d^Anvilfe $ fhe left *Ghifcoctoti in Acadia the 2�d of OSobe^ with the Remains of that Squadron, coraiftrag oT flk^il of the Line^ Several Frigates, and between 50 arid"4ef Merctiifitmen. On the 19th Iaftant BisMajeftvV Ship the Portland took 73 Leagues W.S.W. from Ufhant,1 thai French trigate Subtile, of 28 Guns, \^Men,- and has brought her into Terbaf. She had been eighteen1 Days from Brefl, and was returning thithrr, without Having taken any Thing. JExtracZ tfa Letttrjrm Potit. dated Nov. $$, N.S. , Town o^Verfeilks has aclvaHy raffed1 ic^ocjo ^&&t& are to beaiaiittaincd at (he fixpence of the Tbwn. and 1^,000 by hi* Majefty. In order to defray thfe- Expeoces of the War, bis Majefty has, before all Methods proposed to htm, preferred the Creation of 1,500,000 Livres by the twenty-penny Tax t that is to 'fay. 6^rooo> Litres'on the Clorgyj^300,000 on the "Suites d Bntany ; Ih^Tame ^unon" the* Burgonois j and faftly, 300*000 or� thofe of Languedoc. This will Wedneicfay, but 4*ve jkitherto h�n iaken^ji in difpbfing of vacant Civil a^ Mffifib-jr 5EInpfoyment8., 'The Letters from the Netntfl^hdi bf^W; ho pther News but that the French conUnue -fa afl^pS^ a Train at( Naniur, where, they: have already 5a Pieces of-heavy' Artillery. Jt i| fuppofed in thofe' Parts, that they have an Eye on Luxem! bourg, in the Neighbourhood 6f which* Place they are prbdoce a Fund of thirty Millions, -without diftreffihg the People, and. without caufing ihe leaft Murmur ; iiace the whole wiM depend on the Good-Will of the Collectors of this Tax,, which has begun fome Days to he paid into the Offices appointed to receive it. A new Embapkatiofl is preparing at Dunkirk, and other Ports of the Kingdom, which is to be put in Execu-rionv if .the Conferences, at $reda break oft unfuccefsful. Marihal BeQeifie is. arrived at Provence, and a Report fpreadi, that the Expedition of oar Fleet againft Cape Breton, has proved uafuccjfsful by' no other Means than for want of Harmooy, among the chief Officers; and that the Marquis d'Anvitle had fought a Duel with Mohfieiir d'Elournelle, in whkh the former was killed , ��--------� UJ A^AASVfc* Mflfftt^ ^pnt. afar fgiviay his ^dverfary three mortal Wdunds, but nouiagof this is mentioned at Court. ExtraS of a Letter from Go/fort, Nov. 27. * On Toefday Evening arrived at Spithead, the Arnn-� del Man of War of 24 Guns, Jatelylaunched near Chi-* chefter ; fhe is exposed in this Harlrour, in order to < be fitrtd for Sea Service. The Command is given to Capt. � Reynolds.' Yefterday being St, Andrew's Day, the Tutelar Saint of Scotland, the fame was obferved at Court as a high Fe- tftivalj his Majefty and the Royal. Family wore Crofles in Honour of the Day, and the Knights Companions of the feveral Orders appeared~in their Collars, At. Noon his Majefty,. their Royal Highqeffrs the Prmce and Princefs L of Wales, the Duke of Cumberland, and Pnncefs Amelia, J preceded by the PurfuiVants and Heralds at Arms, went I to the Cbapel Royal,, and heard a Sermon preach'd by the Rev. Dr, Thomas, '. ' !^he ourward-bound Ships, under Convoy of the Fox . Man of War, failed froth the Downs on Friday Iaft. AD V E RTISE M E N are taken in for this Paper, *tLloyd's CoffIi-Housb, in Lombard-Street ;