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   London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - January 16, 1847, London, Middlesex                                Jol XLVIL JPjl E* from SATUR DAT'January the i6xh to TV ES DAT January rhc ipth, 1747-8. Numb. 6 CCllRR ENCIS ,Sandfsrn vd one Bntilh Picket, which brought three Holland Mails. petcrsburgh, Dec xi. E were terribly alarmed here by, the breaking out of a fire, between four and five in the morning,' of faturday the 16th ialhnt, in the upver lories of the library., and cabinet of curiofities, belonging to her Jmpe-nrefty Ir is not known bow jt beg311' �r ,n EhrtofrK apartments, but from the time it began Rfac it bamt fo fiercely, that all <*f� that monarch in reducing the wbojeiuand, of I** 33FJ" j d�?iwon, in wcfideration, of whjch Bto ittign the countries latefy'ceded to him by the Is queen. on therotheriand,aj�afiderafile num. pt miners and engineer fet. oat lately from hencei ttu ruffioared, that they are .to be employe^ ixi ^;P the citadels oFModena, pamai,' aodiW-however^ js wj�t we ampttea% qredit. aopftlt Puebia, who, it was P^h^'l b-,tt%ioften attempted, >WWj&*]�& aoMipM. The auxUiary troops-jatbe ^J^^ ide^uhBck of Geno^ m reinforced^to 4� aaja^tedtouS battalias, thexcae^ �f^SP^"^ � ��afcd,ag�at dim of.n�tf*i^ �&*.�)V cvrinikrpbupoteutiary'ftotrt tfe *�r labial maM&s, it H feid^ m& %f (JaystclodyTwith a plan Qf ^ ol^rati^^ Ae aw campaign. TheE?nera^ 4fc  zenberg Srdered part of out Girfifon to march out with Tents and Baggage, a_d canton in certain places, ttet they may Tie atband to watch the motions of the enemy, who fHU febm to threaten us. with fooae grind tfnfeiprize.     ' Bruficlsi Jan�^. We are Ihfonhed that the 11th fe the day toed for a&mbfing the troo'psTor the exo-cution of the new expedition,, which' Marioal Count Lowendahl is tp command in peribn, It js not with any view to this that thole vafi preparations are nofe ina at Ghent and oilier places, but to another that is toiollow it, atid of whjch the Marihal Count de Satxe is to have the direction > moft. people^ think, th% the (lege of Maeftricht is intended, and �>me Jay, that he haspromilefl thfe^King td put that important fo'rtrels into his^ handlli^ire the dole of next month. Our M convoy to iB^j6ervbp^Zob'Ti was verj Ihamefully b>ai en, the elcorre confilbd of a th�i�nd Dragoons OTi fobn the b^jdy bFHuSrs that attacked them fell lhort of ^fix ttuodred men, and the .dilpute happened atebU omer tie cannon of the place ^ they carried off twenty Prriloners, fortyJtwd rat Oxen, fifty-two fibgs," a hundred and forty two Sheep* de;lroved one hundred Waggons, and as much com and peafe as cbtt 16,000 livres.       ' . Hague, Janaary n, Ydteroay the Sjates of Weft F/iezland refenied their Se;Gons, The Caun4 of State, at the requeft of die PriiK^.StadthoHer, fav� granted ypty ^frfrTafrfr gn^jfcar, ftaK b> rhe farces, tb^ e fary�d the laS can^ajga, ';Orae� have been ient to Steen. bergen, TBo^^aad Breda, to eyery^rfjjng iatti the belLjJpfc^^defi^-pdl^ there fe^^at prabtt,^^ noap^ear^ eoe' my'satten^ngiujy thaiigok oar Frontiers, bit we i are re^Trt tffle j^bh.ttor^c^at,a^eyei�5 i and it has been flgnifie3 td the conw^ingpffice*B,v chat m. ojta lli^nBUa�e^0Bie- wbatevet wjfl beafiospted, but rhat i&*q^x&$$fci& fo^icc Willie {Sace* wkhbut tWlealirelaijon ot co^alfion. It is incon-ceiyable, with, What diligence out peowe apply thent. jfelves td t&AftpfingvOue omlrateers, lot die eouiplng 6f whidr J^^�o%paaies are fonnei where any body may Juolcrfbe for. wba^numbef of flvifesthey frtebfLaf riicjiat^of ^Iltfrjnseach..  K.    > t5ara, V� n6 longer ^af^gli&g War Bgainft toe 3atdv whjeWt & rhojj^itiwasja Pro?o al sot ieln%^'%%ae^^ofJli>irkU and k is ndieved tMXflHS WW:content.h|mfeIf wid;tte^Esp(en1dns of htf jtefenrSienJIv are contains -|� hii letter fathe I^ce^bf, f%Mhj^srre� Hjg^ Agmwof f ranee, *^JKJ^Caw m Mgodii, 'm-. stj^Paflbortf Ire b^feredid M 1&t .:, naroed but .v e new Knights, vjr. the puke dc Luynes, the Mir^uis dc Puyfiojr, and the Couat dc Sc. ijeverin, the Co mt de Scaur, and the Come dc Bulk'ev.   M. d Allien is recaii-.-d ftc* Pe. tersburgh, where his .Vteje.ly has now r.o other Mir.i-Iter than the Conful at th2t Port.  The great promor tion of General Officers has at L'nsth tikfn place, whence many people think that peice i^ not fa near as we could with.   The Duke de X'ivemoH i- ar>point-ed the King s Ambaffador . at Ra-ne.   T'.-? ^.crrin Regiment ofXowendihi is to b? a-ig:nented with another Bartaiicn, fd that now it will cor.fi'r of four i and we alio talk of nifing ?n -ntire new r-;enrtan Re-' giment, under the Title of the Roval Poland.  The Report we bad of Marfta) [ieJleifle's beiiig 3opoint4 . Mini'Iter Plenipctentiary to the Conferences at Aisp-'a-Chapelle is again revived, and many '-Odk upon it as a Thing certain.  It is o-rt of all Dor.br ther the ?or'-al Infant had refbivfld to oafs tre Winter at Mor,tp?l-;i-r, and by the King of Spain s exprHs Order, he removed to Cambray ; we know not what to thin'f of ^hit ftep, or of the Refidence of a cert "in genera' Officer in that lervice, in a neiehbo-jring Country, where ht cannot a ndar the Merchant Spiiceer wfli carrkd frO'n his Pnion to the Exchange, where he f?orJ in t'-se P:.Jory pur.iiant tb his fentence. Senator Arte* hie-*'1 t - rr-:-.ovsd r oca the Senate,, and his pol of Grand M.iriha!. Couat Teffin is appointed Prefideqt of the Chancery. Tnis Day M. Cette, Secretary of Stare for Do.n^iic^ A:-fkin, was made Senator ; ,and S"nir;r Co*nt Tiube, Grand Marihal,. both in the room or "-e Ator 3"d Grand Marihal Aekerhieiro... I'o-rRdrrow N"ctice will bq given thro :gh the Town, by a Henid at Arms, attended bv Kettle Drums arid Trumpets, cf the Con-clufion of this.Die&-, and on Monday the State; will meet in the |reat Hall of the Caille, where, after hav- in war; Pri- vateers U9 all allowed to make PrWof Dutch Shipt ing bea'd Divine fervice, the kar Orators '.vt'.l har* ran^ue h\$ Swedilh Majesty ss aibal, and take leave for their re&e&ve Order. Stockbolm, Dec 11. Yefkrday the four Orders of the J&iej^net at the Calle, arid toe's leave df his Swe-di& Nw'eltv with the d faal Ceranonfes ; Hague, Jan. f. When theit Hi^h Mightineife folved upon the promotion of the Generals lait Tuesday, they Ukewife came to a Relblution of leaving entirely for the fijwre to. the Prince of Orange's difpo-tal, the pensions that were always allowed to a certain Number of General OSceiSi of every degree, according to their ienidritv in thelAram. The Pnace of Orange received la! Night ,aa Expreis &d n Breda, �fth the News that ^wGeneral:Haddfch^ an Officer of Hu� fats in the A^tlri-uvfervice, had attacked, the hrt of December, N; a (Son.or ended for Bergen-op Zoom, ar^ baying entirely diipeded tbeEicort, baa taken fome Prifc^s, wish feveral Head of Cmle , but the darinefi of the.NiQjt had preventea himfroia bringing *way anv of the Carriages > however^ having lent the next Morning a detachment of fifty Horfe td the place where thc-Convoy was attacked, they fotnxi above 100 Carts without Horfes, and die Meal,6tfks and cbrdwa upon the Grwrnd and enriiejv ed * Many "Soldiers and Pea&aa we're Cke%ife fouril ; ficeis ws>%anseOei here, wwrthat verv Momins had appeared in the Prince oft5ttaftR^$AattdiambeTj aadeic ; pretence dtac they had quitted the Frei^b fervrce,'f oj! whieii they even prcwiced their difcharge froailSaf^ fhtl deSaxe; bat e^rafhining; their Papers, it appeajr'd by Count Saxes Paflports wtich -were fcund amontt . tfasoii&K they were f ut fere ;t& idifr ^ for the I French fervice. The Deputfcs of ail the refpecfiv* Towmofthis Province are expected here tnis-Even-ing, memder to refiime TbTJorrow their De^lxxati-s ons. TJie Hereditary #Hxe(fkkt3 which has^ hitherto met with Jcfcne Obdfad^ni iirtherP^inoTof Utrecht willbetjiaaf teniina^inA^ Davs, adltte Mcin-iki df ifeerStawis havinf tu*t fSpaaxes&j given their i^fettlihRof t^fceeeffloa upon thefiroe intbePwlheeof-Holtol. .   , .__neat* Middkbrfr^'Tan.       We &ws Jpo Acebtonts reiatiiaj^J theJEteffi� Motkhn fop^fhe MidAtfbnrt cdncetniim (He Bateue nmchha ttfvitd* V W/u^^t artrmcndJeed,. nor that of tfe F�n4l I Light Horfe hsvin? pit jxi^.fion of Oudenboiiciu I 'Theea^ if tfleLoadon-Gaaetta*'   

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