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   London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - January 26, 1847, London, Middlesex                                OL. XLVII. Numb. 9 11 E's CO LI R P ENC R. 55 P_ FromTVESDAT January thi ac�th, to 5ATURD ATJanuary the ;oth 1747-8 _ "*' " 1 w I   �---Ul---^---111 WW W-     Pill   i'ii .mr hi! arrived I Britifh Packet which br ought 3        two Holland Mails. Petersburg!], January t., ,OUNT de BeftuchefF, high ChanceBor, has acquainted Mr. de Sauveur, Miniltef iJbm the French court, that he couid oot*mate any reply to rhe Memorial that Miaifler prefented. with regard to the natch of the Ruffian trojps; an no, who landc-d th">re jo Piquets ofi r men each, troop* immediately lormea themfelves into a u]*r body, in order to march to that plac;: While ^ was doing, a detachment of tcoc men marched p Vpitri, md did the fame on the other fide.  Thefc irftWiesfurroundedtbe Piedmontefe, who,1 to* the mberof 4^ men, were quartered at Varazzb, and : Beighbouring Villages, and obliged them, after fbpat fiffance, to furrender prifoners of war, f ercmy /laid there rifl r o'clock at noon, but being, unformed, that feme EngUlh men of war had, Jet j, and that count Arignaho- was corning op with a Jy of regular men, thay retired with preripiteribn nurds Gonoa, and conduced their prifoners fefe into at place. Swan* Jan. � We have received Advice that the Rivarola and Do#or Giuiani were returned to forfbwirh a (Inall bod? of regular Troops, and' had' .iced general Mad rate who encamps within a fipiB dT snaofBaftia. A Triin of Artillery is erribarked at flown, a�l Kiwis �. flieAffiftance of tneMtdecontents, whole nttmberjog sntsdaily.' "      _       , ' v.'l . pboaria, Jan. 9. The Officer who. conitnsiidaJhr oeaiys Troops in the Riviera of Levant, has demanded F$e Commandant of the Caftfe of Auk a precrt? antra', whether he holds that p>& ft the Nanle^bfthe �mperor, of for the Ernpfeft Queen 5 bat we dd pet biow whavMifwet has been given., Imthe mean, time jf 'tis plain by this fiep'thaf the �riemy has fome defign j that place, tbey ire taking raeafiires for the feotrity � Milan, Jan. 5. Divers Regiment* h*Ve orders tfM& Jfe towards the Lnneggianv hi order to rejnforee tie Troops there, and: fecure "the frontiers on that ft.     � Ai Ettraft. of a letter from a foreign Mkiflff at Eertin, dated Jan. it. , The particular Advices whldi iare been received , here concerning the Negotiation of Mr. Van Haren in j^iftrlfiTid, do'not rriwdiat Airairpa&fofwirreriing-iy, and with fuch fucceft, .as it is (aid to do in tie foreign Gszzette*. Whatnaye been contained in them have occafioned much difcourle in the King's Apart-Kti^ a^at-^Houi^f hfinifter^f:^|Efcy orfwagotori^trfthe^,%'C6rap^ with t�� 4/Br-; m$ it Valori, where in. a bantering ftrain, firpporting, that tfc Cantons were" 'going' to iarhifli the Dutch with 14000 Men, nay- Tome fipd 40,000, in 'fpiteof-*&' rheTjtefditWl OpphfiUonof yranee, The Mar-q�K with a good dfeaf of Wanfiih, feid to thofiewbo "fanedlhis News� SesinjjSeftriemen,. you appear to be fo well informed of what paflies in Switxerlahd, be fe good as to tell feec without ftfetve whether you �ve any other Authority than die publick papers > wfenfe, if this Negoda^M fcafcteen conddied upon, 1 wjftekh^rnve'bmi mforrrxst of it as foonas you, ww^evll mu^ bav* mtti&f***? .the; KMsr wnj*� 9&M bavte-rfcefi ififiittchri tome upon thervcafion,, as he did the laft Year with Jtim ystb><3aitt�s; tedieiDiig nwMaffer, to break the Treaties of Alilanafisnd ^SMoiwthch* fiibfecls ! the" - J� a�gnwit tier pfe: this ion^rraitt Nefcitiatkp.' than   obtain fome Com panics of Recflfits fot ikeJSwiff Regiments.  This rnoitg�r�aiflly-is as valuable a GaJconade as e\er caw from tha^ Muufter, who is celebrated for things of this Mature. Madtritht, Jan' 19. A (trbng detachrrent f.om our Garri/bn have turroooded. jooo of the Enemy's Troops near Liege, jViiich a inanoer, ftat very few of theai efcaped. An Extract of a private Letter faro the Hague, dated Jan, �%, The faft News from DreifleQ. inrimates, that the It, of Poland, upon the Application of the Briffih Mi i2e5 had diipatdied ConaoauVies tc Wariaw tp regulate the Route of the RoflSau Troor�;iaCTncett wk� the Regency of the Republick; nam 'whence one 'woald. n^-turauy^oaclrede, that the King,' in. r'eipeft to bimloTf, hasconfenr^ tothjspallage, -The PartizansofTfmcb however- would majce the. World ^ieve^ that ch<  M�oifler� have i�nt dotebfc o^�^tte-iaaie/V : Hagae,Jao.^^JSaton Trips, weft *nown by the diftii^unr^eTnpteythents he has had in the fcrvice of the Empteis of <3cini�ny, has jaft eRteredinto that of w'Wgeaeai � a general of horfe.; Several peribns have been apprehended here arrf "conioilbeet toorifop. who have beeftrafli enough to  urn ffcesr or fo igno-rfta-aJODtitoknow char faci practices oauldoet be carried on v�thf itnrunity^ fince� proper raeafores have been takea tahf Wbnned jbf Irraogers who arrive, as. weli asstbelrraaibns lot c�ningl�ere, -Hague, Jan. fTheikpatMs .fejra tfe �tites of Guelderland, who are to carry to tteJri^Doft^eTene and &oyat�^fine$s the Deuboiaaol the Hereditary StadtholdeTftup of dieir Proviacei, an? arrived there. We leam ttiat the nego withdsejrbooqr. TbeirPerions andEfifeflj are fecured 1t$li ^rdett' are received &ost his moft Serene ^M. yastfHsretjis expefled v>fy**t&mcro*r from I M. MolL^Mirufrer of the Englifh Reformrd Dutch v   befci^ terday a grandexfjacrdinary CoDnci! at Marlv, ar tli |Sue 6f which tr""'jri--�A-'.f~m-u~A �- tufe, and other necefories, to new death the regiments in thar city. Bv order oi Marfcat Saxe theyrare Jfending feveral regiments of horfe, which are quji^ped about in the. v iUae  Iietters received ydferday froru Gorcum roeaticn, that four coxrrr anies of Swifs, of kh� men each, were arrived there from Scfsrffhoufen, where they had been raifed, in confequenceof an agree*. fJiectmade M ft>BKr(efwith the refpei'tjve csptains. �y letters rtteived thi* day from Breda, we are in�i formed, lh� Marflnl de Lowendahl was arrived at Antwerp�and was preparingto go to Sergen-op-rcorn. BmfleK Jan. *. Marihal Saels now atChanjhord, &om which pkee he is expected to return towards-the end of this month. Theend of the/Ix>ndorHGa*ttfc I O N D O      January U. Since the Regency of Tripoli have refolved no longer, to referve their Peace with the Court of the Two Sicilies, the number of Corfairs belonging to that plaot has been augmented, in order to cruize upon the Neapolitans. Two Sakks, belonging to the latter, have been taken, and the Crews put into flavery. We have Advices trom Franckfort, that a Negocia-tion has been foe focne time on foot between the Courts of Vienna and Dufieldorp, and that it is believed his Serene Highneis the Eletfior Palatine wiS very fpeediJy fend a perloTvof great Quality as Miniffet1 to the Imps-rial Court, which gives great Satisraction tb a0 who wife, well to the common Caufc in Cemany. Some Letters from HoJJand mention, that theGarri-fi� of Berge&op^ooni ate in the utmoft difitefs, o� Account of die two laft Convoys beine cut off by tha Auifrian HufiaK 1 and.that If a tbW ftoukt meet with th^lauie&eAeri^4e1ertthe$li^      �   � We have m Awouat W Amfferdam, that thVflates general, in order to |�eyint fay difference with his Pruflian Majefty, have reiolved, to remove thegnard-ftfprromtJicCoairsc^Eaft-PraoGW, and at thefime tjrnerjaverequei}edhUMajdry to give orders that nd fttps, bearing the Pruffian ffag, OnfiL carry iGBtarv Stores, or other crjntrjd^. Goods, to any of die ftt&Po&&$mm$ft iBtesapd* to theu- We n^r,thjt�rd�ri to'ir�ve*foT acrtutlng aB his Min^sReguaf�t*of^UioVp1a^^ W.e teye maccount fjomfea^* ri�att ^A"1T5 perceiving pJWnly that ^.Fr^hei wi&fi&*** very fetfc Incliheaf td reTpeeVW N�rtiajg of the Dutchy �tfTarfcaByrt^,afi*eriiolmg ,theirTOrtej^to inco the Tjewitor^ of Genoaj while q^JggTOtMett of^Tai pee^vaaxtomkt an anpieffi^aBo^ rfi^^JBIaffit^on that are sap^toete. eta be - iffti&t that hasT^&tojtJniiEip^afld the Quality padf a iuo5 btiinaat Appeiisnoi': �**of�   

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