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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 7, 1846, London, Middlesex The (jiemd Ad�0itlfef. M O N p A Y, JvLx 7, Deal, July ^5. Indiam'an ar� his Majefty's aod f'olkilone. H E Prince Charles, Lyon, for Jaauica j and this Daich Eajp feiled. R'flni Ship? the"yo& Vfind tUiEi Thfc Drydeni Knowlcr, from Oporto, isarriM at Ipfwlch. Ycl^erday arrived the Mail from Hbllaod. Vienna^ yimi'z. The Courier that arrived on thfe 22Ct pali from Peterfljourgh, is faid to have brought ihe ?tatil} fcacioh of the new Treaty of Peace betw??n the two imperial Courts, and, we hear, that the Eioprcfs decjared pufa-lickly at Dinfier on the 25th, that tbi? great Affafr was, it laft, concloded. It ii even pretended, that the Engage-iiients in this Treaty are not purely deftnfive, and that the good Reception given to Count Tfchologow, and the Dit linftion with which M. Lanzifki is treated, are Marks ( the Satisfaflion which the Succefs of this Negociation h given at Court. There is a Talk of certain PropoAtip) which have been made thro' the Canal of the States Genei ral, the Objeft of which was a general Peace, but it is ii ded, that as they were of fuch a Nature as not to be Accepted in the prefent Situation of Affairs, when there is a great Probability that the Face of Things will be Viirj? foon changed on all Sides, her Imperial Majefty bufed Reprefentations to be made to the Maritimi Powers, declaring to them, that her Army in Italy beiii; ao longer in Want of Rciribrcements, ihe had refolvied'^t Augment the Army in the Low-Countries wfth feveral he\y R^iment^ and a large Body of Croats, in order toenabli Coflnt Rathiani to aft wi^h Succefs againft France, anden-deavourto infpire that Crow^ with piore equitable and mo derate Sentimente. The Pope's I^funcio has not yet made his Public Entry," which is faid to be owing to the Holy* See's attempting to revive her ancient Preten^qns upon the Dutchies of Parma and Placentia. Hamburgh^ J^/y 8. Thi^' Rftport is revived, that the Pruffiin Trbdps have recdirdd pofitiw Orders to inarch for Bohemia, and that the JKitig'of ^fii^, has ordered all his Officers to repair to their Pofts, and even recited thofe recruiting in Ptoiifli Pfuffia, his'Majefly having refolve'd to Vifit Konigfbcrgh before th^ End 6r the Month, and make^ a general Review. We learn from Stockholm, that the King is entirely ftcofered from a violent Fit of the Gra-iel; and from C6]f>enhagen, that the Princefs Royal was happily brought To-Tj'ed on the: jd'lnftant^ of a P,rinceif, Vho has been chriftened by titc Namfc of Sophia-Magda-lena. By Letters frtJm Driifilefi wefare Jhformed, ^hat the Court of the fecohd Princefs-ftoyat of Folandi is aftually forming, which mlikfe it' conj^lufedj'that fier Marriage with the Eleftcff of Bs^a will be feon declared.' Ine feme Letiers add, that tho'the efFeSive Troops of Saxony amount to 66,000 Men, the Lilies ait' lliH contiriiieS throughout that Ele^drate : And that a DomefliC of M. Saxe is arrived at Cot/it, with Difpatehes for the Ki^ arid his Mimftm, including, it is faid, i'ropofitj'ons w ?tacemade by France, to be communicated to the Couf& 6f LondoVj'and Vienna. ?.ar'u, y^iy S. Tcijad^ by the PreparaUoris thafii^e maklfig, thie' King's nepartuVe for the Ai?ny fl^oold bt feed to the ioth or iz'th tnftant, the Oauphioefs not being to near her Time as wasexpefted, the will, not wait for hfer I)eUvery. The Negociation of M. Noaillesi v'ho is returned hither from Madrid wih his Sdn^ feems t'esj and on the 25th pafl the infant caufed, 4 more, ^dges to be thrown over that River, and one over the\ Mincio (tih IdjfN^me feemi a Mtjiak'e, the Mlncio bti^ "t toi great a Dijiance^ and in tbt Manhtan) in order to oraw Contributions and ProvilTons frem the MUanefe. It IS added, that }Jl. de Maulebrip haA affemhlfcd 20,000 Men ift-fiie Cbun'ty of Nifeafadpik^^tt Gtml in order to taufe i rtereHioh^ to* t& Kiiij^oT ^ardjnia,' and i^t 12,066 FrentA \vWe ^ atHJreitfbbJe hn th'fe 4tb Inftant, frOBiiwhcfitt fteV aretd toiitfl'by^ftnis'fbdlkm-tothgDbniirii6n-s-tif thfetPfincer ' "-^^  T jfytwtrf, J'ufy rz. tr^i* Aiivide of ioi^c J^otions {h the Army of the AUief began to iaOUt, "iAl Szdx, favii thrown a good Garrifon incd this Ci^ and Citadel, d, campfed ortFridsy Mdrning M%rly,' in order to'occupy'a new Caihp i^i Lo^Vattf Since'thp Mirfh�iPs Retrekt, the Auilriah Parties make ExcUr^oni'to 0% ,Gatei, {liid have already carried'off feme CSttl^ out .dT'the adja^dt Mei-do'ws. The Marquis de St.Gilles paiffed by here two Dafs agpin j|u^ Wdy thel^gueto Madrid. Hague, "^ufy i?. Baro!& Reifchach reicived i Courier frpjp the Allied Ars?y� which Cfiniinocs in the fafee Polt-tion. General Legonijer being ^irriyed in th? Casnp, ]^ grand Cpifhdt of War wasTPPP after h^, at which hca^ Rfiedi ihd �his Day ih'c ^ngjilh 'ftW wej? join -At-hiy. 'EHry T^hing fcemVto indiqijte an s^pproachin 5 UiicYi, and, it is't^ouglit; the Arjny will jaJtethe War of "E^ndhoyerij in or^er ti? meet jtiui ^ujftrian Succour*. From the London Gazette. PtttrJ^burghy May^i, N'.S. The Btopfefs fcts out fdt ^eterhoff To-morrow, for the ^Somnser, wherfe theRJrwifl be a pul^c Day once a We^ for the Foreijg;h Jidiniftw-st Nnph� Jane 14. In the Night df the i ft Infhmt; a Wot was difcovjereii by the Offitcr dien on Duty it th\ Fortreis of Pizzo Falpone, concerted'Iby the' whole ^a^ jaliqn MiJi-tia �f Cajabria Citra, in Garrifon at that ForV trefs, of w)ych the Prince of ^jgnano is Cqldne^, %t dei-ftr't with thfeh* ArjnS, ahd to n>VR(er the iQ^c^ if they Ihbuld h9;^'l\kli't^^ Tfep Sttaiion was imhiei 'diSfely iliiarwed'ana ordered into Arrefti ^d'die G&fShiA was janfefc^ |(y a Battalion ol" Vetejfati Troopi. CJh th4 -% 'id im Jn%>t mifhbred in ibis Portj from~Gei npa, Jl^eBu ttififs-trbops ffiw. irf VefWs, with a Battalion Oat'bf it, tb 'fecruif, thAs':^^ff^j?pjt"ha-- , -of^oii^^y, f^WmW y]^^^were baftfefft*^ 'in' BWath^'v^ith 166' Piece's �r Canhpn and 40: Morurs, but that the ilace was ne^ as yet AQdl'daifiS^: That the BdieM|;s',wcjjs prOTrine if 0ven$� 5n ol-d^ to j t>T the '^ffente/ ^w^|rc�n|a|is} ~ reqtaiomg v&Vin>-the Rodhll&ft aid iuphine; m fh? l^poi�^,'^� likewi1fe�jftofi Jrt^hf^Fi^^ have Order* W fei^~i!ft{^tfet%!��ftj?1>^ ; jliiat iipt if l|9r 2c^P M^. fibm Bf^ftTOoTa^eTd^ force then.;'  Kift .De^i��ioai^ pj"'a .Ship, jbut that hei Miirtay, Jjeihg at that Timc'mdifpos'd, >v^ not afcle Loc^it" and traveltiiig or ^apdi^ag all th? 1*^ght vvith S^t.4.U -ttrini.- 5^ ^4orningJ!a|jtt the laid King- Thikifighas been pafNi tfri^S" fhe^dfr^ c^ftiihing a^C^nt uhi^ 1n>Kfe CPidf fa|i> SKttrity'a^6h ^having; ioFthe'AlUft. ' ' Thfe-miKhMinillry are-i\i grttt.Conflerni|WC�� the ij^,<)fW^c�%^tctt8J-ttfV�s'Ffiifey,W-^^^^ ^Memorial to the Sfates General, and M.Argenfon begins t� ^ee the falfe Step he tQok in his impertinent Application. A DV E RT IS E M E N T $ aife izktti in toi thfe Papw^ai Licit^'s ?oii it-Hot ii, in Ldmbkrd-Street. ;