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   London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - January 5, 1847, London, Middlesex                                Ivol XLVIL Pui Nu.mb. 3 C G U R Rl N C E S: From TU ESD AT January the 5th, to SATURD AT January the pth-, 1747-8. [ arrived � Briti* Packets which brought ^^Mli;'he following Advices.  a r, letter froTi eh authentick Perfon at Ani *^0i        dam, dated January 2. HE Court of the Hague was h ghly iSwHighncfc theStanthoder and led with the DU. arches which his it I � X'U'V . ,.p------ jf      the Ear) of Sandwich the other Day I 1 J�-     rrceiml by a Courier lent from Mrt Van Haren, relating to ,the Body of for which he is negotiating; by toe& Dif ram they were informed, that this Affair went on s&jvfthil.'v as co.ild be wifiYd. Igor Jr's jjeverthdrfs remarked, that the Governors rftht State are in great Anxiety fro.n the Apjrehen-M tbrv arc in that the French wiJ], eer it be Jong,' � Ibmo ;::ortal Stroke to the Repubiick, which hl> (jo note Troo^ to defend it than between 48 and ttoooMen. v "'ell r� comooP" a Chain upon its Froo-Hn, mo defend rh" i**� ;*r Pa-t thereof. But this PjftuiTurc jrCWrSl'TCCS "J.iuu.i. ^.r.k�...t,---. A wnrK uron Tnformation having been recei eii, r the King of Pruflia is in the Midft of his Affuran-ofPriend!hir, meditating fometbing exceflivelv to i^eior Pat thereof. 1 rend'x), as it's whifper'd here, upoa r;:J rro'v perplexing and embuirafTing, wirr, uii;.i Tnforrration having been recei ed\ ftfat the Xing of Pnflla K in the Midft of his Afluran-: I ofFriendii" meditating fbmething exceflively to dk' of the S^ate.   That the, Ruflians, after will meet with forr*-ro theNether- or vtore-cv r they ftall direfl their Courie. itiagj^l'd rfrourh Bohemia, will rr b2tb�'vL'l flop them in the Road � or vhce-cv r they fhaJl direi ''to thi rr"l Jr Court of France; will cauie  their Head, to WstirRriire, r. -,rder to rreet them,, give them Bat-It and if pTflible difr^rfe them, i-nd that this Event ffiilrrbbaW- kindle the Fjame ofW-arafrelK in the tore. All the private Advices which ..thb.Govero-'   caivn from France, fay poaitively* that .tbefe Mfcftra w ill certainly be rxirfued ; tbo' this nay pof> ;fbl. be nothing but Gafcomde. � .. Mitr*2 of a Letter from an eminent Perfon it the Pague, dat*dDec. 19. The French and rheir Partizans, of whom-we have dteo many in this Country, make it their Bufinefc ,, r^o-t- that the Swiflers will not fupplv- us with mv Troops, and that the French Ministry will find oat 1 Merhod to prevent them from doing fo. (As it is cararoDly feid, Point d'A'seut poinr dc SuhU'S, we fctefed ourfelves that Ufc Tax of the 50th Penny baring been agreed to, it could not fail of orocuring l&m. At prelent thefe Frenchmen lay, that his mo'} Mian Majdlv has fo cSe6hially bribed their Chief IfegiMtes and Council, Sic that they can do nothing tfetM be diReaTing to.his Majefry. This is the MTime that ever it was laid, that the Swillers were ffibjsft to Corruption, the Truth o! ir U therefore to kqneTiow.-d ; out no  rt E-TJivoeati-6a arid we have A*vjte,''  /in Eifrac} df a Letter from a Fdreigfl Mioirter in the Tjta^ Intereft at the Hague, datwi Janaaiy AHdieRepreientatiens which the Imperial MinlAer � to Britifli Cchirt has been able to make, to accept wtfepi^of Portugaltobt'Mediatcir at rheintended p*>grc�>�Aix laCba^Hetare faid to be thrown *w-11b ill State.ptbis Portagaeze MajeftyVHealth, TtlREr'eatDifIarfce between Aix and LMnkk are. S^om fuffic ent for the Court of Great Britain to W^ccepdng of ibSmproprr aMediation, which incapable o�dohif�:�rsy tiling towards ending " �2�acar�jn, unlefe ghiited. by .one or other offthe.co�-^ngPartJesi and aifefflfcr be giVea it in Wrnfcg �aceming the prefent atti future DinWtiesi Don i "^^Achuna isndw..tteongh Afte and IaiiraaiU-s. j *�W*m the Shadow of thePoliticao *e ha*-becii.; ^� m tfaialry oifi feint hfxhe Grave. Tap F'eopie, Sfc4 w fe wthdjtoei of thefe Things,, far, of Portugal hfisxoo fejdy opa&\tf& fchisWi^d iueH highC&l Sfifet Afikirswidj Mtbkh thefetwojitlave 2S^?�^Bo�fth��eKke*ife^ rto M.de l%he*t^ vwho ba& inEp�di�tMy 9tf ftOWl^ hmi&A and to the Marquis de Puyfieux at VerfaJlles : That the Court of France, as wcii for herJelf as for that of Spain, has drawn op. ,fev�al plans of Ir4rru5t)"c>ns. in order to direel the Court of Portugal in its Quality of Mediatrix ; That iA.de Chavigny on his Pan has conv poled feveral Memorials of Objecuons, to the End that the Portuguefe Court might rnak� ule of them at a p o-per Time and Place, aui m Proportion to the Neceflity of anfwejjng Difficult^ which may flart at the Conr grefs of Aix.   . Oq the 19th In.'t. Vice Ad-miral Schryver arrived at Spithead with fix M^n of \Yar under hjs Ccwimand, viz.. one. of 7fi G^ns, soo Men j three � of y> Guns, joo" Men; aid two of 44 Guns, 150 Men, and a Srorefhip. The End of the London-Gazette. LONDON, Dec 3', and Jan. . Several private Liters from Qreflen Jnfinuate, that the lateReduclion of Forces in tte EJerSorare of Saxony was brought about, not only without the Partidparion of thofe who are lookd upon is.inc.ined to the French Crown, but even agaiflft the feongeft Repxefenracions they could_nftke: It is alfo hinted, that a certain Miniver has made himfelf highly agreeabV to his Poliib .vhiely; and has ib great Credit with his MajeJiv's &rf� Minj,^erntbe Count de Brohl, that it is thought Things will foon take a more fevdorable Turn, in reference .the Allies, more especially if a certain Negotiation fu&efds, that has been for ft>.Tie Time irpon the Carpet,',am wh^h has a tendency to ilfengthen and improve >he Anrjent. Harmcmy between the Courts of WaVlaw and,Petersbttrgh.   � We hear t\ii the vacant Regiments, and the five vacant Conraoies in the Foot Guards, will be filed up To-monow. .      -       r     ,,.�'> And that ffve Regiments of Foot and Hdrfe will go abroad early in the Spring. Lafr Monday Sit, Edward Hawke, Knt. of the.Bath, and Rear Admiral cf dieted,' was chofen Member of Parlament for aheBorough, of Portfinoiith, in the roan of the Hon, Henry Legge, Efgs deceafed, On Tiic'fSfy'Mr. Hall, one of hjs.,MaKfryJs MeiTeo-gers, wavdifnatchod Exprefs from rfie^etretarv's Of rice toSiF.Charhs Hankiry^Willjarns, htsMajeily's Mini .tor at theCoirt of Ee'rlic.  A great Nanber of Tranfports are o-dered to b? ti-ken into rhd GoveTiment*s Service, to be,vicluaid with ail Expedition, to tranfport "Troops to Flanders' We hear'that the French Coirt has bought fix Swte-diih Mem of War, which will foon fail from Stockholrrl for France. utJdh which, it is faid, that eight Men,pf War will foon go into the Downs inorJe? to intercept them j and that thefe Ships will be commanded by Adr miral Hawke. Vefrerday Momiiig early Mr. Thcirnpfon. one of his Ma^(ry*s Meflengei's, was difpatchedto Holland on Affairs of gr�t Iropprtance. there is Advice, that a Spanilh Privateer on the Coafl o� Carolina having taken, a-Ship bo md fron PhiWehshia to-Cjape-Fesr, rut fix Spaniards on board to Conducf hefinteohe of their Pxjrts 5 Bat theEng-HlMtbon afiier took anOppoYturj-v offCapeLooko't to fottire the Enemr whom they let on fliore 01 that Coaftj and carried their Ship fife bBctfoh in New-Ea- fland. Tttria of Vtetter from H^niognam m Suffolk, ] \        December i'8. i . The Diftemper among die Cattle having lately ' breSce out Rerej aivd ft aflpeanhg to the Ju'rjces that It wai Ipre-id"in manv Pwxs* tjf Do?s, Orders were giyeifwtyHJB up thofe Creatures > whidi being co^-phed witfi, cw mudi fervice. But�ett:tHis Parifli : livtVa Mia wholteep^ Hounds, ad rjieugh the Neighbourhood defired he wbijd not bmt, yet every Dav, Jjoth,j�etaad dry^,J^x>verjJieJ^Giouiids w^,his \ Dogs, and has fpread the Difternper into many Dairy-Fairs in the Neighbourhood.' As his Majefry has not .jayenany.irnmedUtsDirections in his .0*derofCoun-� ^Wco-certubgtiiwrn} Iqudrjrti whether he witfcaje . hunting, tilT the Gauntry rife jlp and kill hisrpogs, ' whicfi i expec? wi^l Be the 03nfequence, if gist te; �De^ru -Hc�r far,Tui?ie? .and Equity, cc;conmon Vopffry, appear'in his Affjon', I (ball !eav� the World; to pge.' 1  - V tK write, from l*ortl^coll4i,|5ec,, 30, that Yefferi apt.1' Sirfri Callis, lap bfos&ukf Hi his Majef^ t>'s Ship the Oxfoid.of JoGuns, wastried{at bisoWa Delire,, before the Court-Martial, for not engaging toe, Gloriolo, a ^paruQi Man.of War of 74 Gun\ lines takto by t he RuflU Man of War of v o Guns i w ben the Court alter a ILort Trial, honourably acquitted him.. Extract of a Letter from Cohort, dated Dec 50. . After Sentence was pronounced, againjt Capt. For, he applied hjrnielf to the Preiideoc ana Court, and told them, he was lorry for the Tromble which they had had on bis Account, and returned them Thanks for the great Impartiality tney bad proceeded with on his Tri� al , and laid, he could have no farther Juitice frouu that Court, but that be fhould do his injured Characler. Juitice1 elfewhere. Captain Fox's Ship's Company, Marines and all, waited on board the Ken f, v. lih the ut-moft Impatience, for toe Signal for the Court Martial being ftn|ck > arid when they faw it was, the mann d the Ship in order to have given him threeCheaT, not doubting but he would have been bonouraLip acquitted, and have came on board that Night to have taken the Canmand ot b}s Ship again > but �when the Da ge came along-fide theXent, and told the Senr/-t,c-, rhey exprefted rhe utrroft AficailbmerK and Concein ; and the Ship's Company to a Man, relolved to P-tition tiie Rjght.H^onoarable, the Lordr of the Admirals, to re-initate Ciptajn Fox . in his Canrnand, �*cic h was accordingly drawn up, figned, and lent away Expreb for London that Night. . (. , .Thepe* were four other Petitions 'from the Officers lent jp to the iatie Purpofe. There was not one Defaulter o;it of upwa-iii ot Men r which- is 3 plxu proof he mult have behaved with the greateft Humanity to thofe under his Corriirand^; which is very uiuch ouc oi FaHiion among many of our modern Commanders) and had he not had Courage and Condud, his Ships Company would not have ban lo anxious, in bis bvhalf. I am crediubly informeJ, that Capt Fox. has put. die Fpg:ex and Neptune into the Canmoar, in order to have; 3 Heazing there to .prove to whom thole Ships On Monday Mor.ing Admiral Osborne hoifled his Flag, the K.edr at ,the Mizen-Topmait-bead of the Duke Man of War. in the Harbour, and loon after, the Signal was made for a Court-Martial, and YeSerd >y the Signal was uaade again.     .        � ; Two Frendi Ships are taken and earn ed into Jamai- * ca by a Snow, whole Commander in the Engagement had his Riiht.Hand foot off. The Captain Man of War has ient into Barbadoes a Freocb Settee, laden, with White Sugar4 Cof&e, &c which Purs he cut out of the Granades. The Mails due fuom Holland was not arrived this* Morning^ the feveral Packet Boats being on this fide. t (2) Private Letters from Holland mention, that the Erench (with their ufiial Mode.'ty> have propoled the following Preliminaries to- the Congrefs at Aix-ia-Chapelle, viz. ' To reflore Cape Breton to the French. . . ' To annex trie Duchy of Luxenburgj} tq the * Crown of France, as an Indemnification ior the �x-' pences of the War. ,. ' That the French. Xing IhaQ refign Flanders and * Dnrch Brabant to the Emprds Queen. - ' T'nn all the Dutch Frontier Towns Hull be re-' doped. . ' That Hem Philip. laJl have Parma and Plapentia, , ' And that the Marquilate of Final {hail be reiiored * to the Genoele.' ., .. The Fleet for the Channel. Service are now fitted for $ea, and are all ordered to rendezvous at Spitnead as foon as pdTiblc , .  Jf istonfirmed, by undoubted Authority; tint Mr. Van Haaren has Gicceeded with the Swili. Cantons i and that the Troops coritracled for, having received Orders from, their auBcipaisi to be. ready. to march \ and that' they will be Time enough in .Flanders, to act in Concert with the Allied Army, again:! the ccm-nDon�petnies of the Tranquility of Europe j who never will fiffer it td be ,i% Peace, until chey are rendered 'rndpable of carrying on, die War.,   ^. , The Government are rajftng fix. Regimeab of Foot with-.all Expedition, in order to utDpljr the Abiince of thofe who are to be lent to Flanders. , Laf Wedneiday was iuqjorted'fixim Pott Mabon up-war dt of 890 Bags of aani/h W00J, a^CooHEodjty of great tliie to o-it WooJlea ManufaiShirers. At the 6mei.Time was \m^$t&L$9i Pisces of Cfnbrick, a French Commodity, and of great lertice to our modern Beauxi We hear,, that all the. Sloops of War which have beett feme Time fitting our for Sea-ferYice, w:II be put inCoT3-niJoa, and oe u ^ed, vjiSballed,. a :d manned, in order to goxm a fecret Expedition ear.y in the Sprang. W,e arje, aTur^d, that, in the American Co'onies For ces.are raifing to, be fcioned fox Ahapolis Royal, to defend that Place again^ toy Attemtits of the French. There ii Advice^ that rwo BritHh Men of Wat, one of fixty Guns, chafoi taree SpanilhiShit^ affiore on the M*in td Lgewar Iotlaguira; their Crews efoaped. ad the Ehgnih,' after pkindejing tht Veflbjs, fee Cap?. T^oras ICnowler, in bis Mnje-.|jr>^H>the iys, has taken and brought to the None jich Prize, laden with Bale Goods; A
                            

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