Additional by the Prince Albert.
New York, Nov. 5.
--The steamer Prince Albert
, before reported at St. Johns
, has arrived at this place.
A dispatch from Ancona
says that voting on the annexation decree would take place on the 4th and 5th of November.
The English squadron had left Syria
for the Adriatic
Two French vessels remained at Beyrout.
A reported agitation prevailed at Damascus
Threats had been made against the Christians in consequence of the war tax.
The Hungarian Diet would be convoked without delay.
would be then crowned King
Similar constitutional institutions will be granted Transylvania
had been appointed Commander-in-Chief
of the army of Italy
's Charter had been favorably received.
Pesto and Buda had been illuminated by order of the municipalities.
The number of members of Reichrath was to be increased to one hundred, the councillors to be elected by the Provincial Diet
The constitutional institutions of Hungary
were to be re-established.
The Hungarian language was to be the official language.
All financial matters were to be subjected to the approval of the Reichrath University
Pesth had been reopened.
The abolition of personal service due to landlords, and of exemption of nobles from taxes, had been confirmed.
dispatches say the principles of the European Congress
had been adopted.
Advices from Constantinople
say the Grand Visier
was favorable to a forced loan.
Ali Pacha had been named as Foreign Minister.
A great fight had occurred at an election for a Greek patriarch.
Friday.--Cotton quiet and steady; sales of 8,000 bales.