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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - February 9, 1847, London, Middlesex �oi xLvn. PuEs__ from TV ESD AT February the 9th, to S ATU R D AT February the 13th, i747"8- Numb, 13. CCURRENCES. �my M arrived 3 Britiflj packets which brought 3 Holland Mails, viz. Savona, January 17. S Viareggio is a place of fome frrength and jxvomncp, the enemies, bv a large detachment, have endeavoured ro demolifn the walls of it, which they did in ^art > but were prevented from compearing their deiign. fence, Jan. :�- A bodv of French have made'an road into the valley ot RoMano, beionfi;ng to rhis �d Dutch v. and done fo-ne damage. Wc a'C afraid jsbv way of reprizai, for ib^.e cattle-, which ilriar.s at pontreTOi; carried of in their way to fli'oa. The Regency have written both to the court f fitting and the dike tie Richlieu upon this fubjed. I Rome, 'an. a e afared, that a convemion f.Veutraiitv has been figned between the courts of oaion and Vienna, in virtue of which the Neopoli-E( will continue to enjoy the trade of England and [.Milan,Jan. :3- Yetterday Count. Harrach, with m cc-efflony, granted pardon and liberty to feveral kiiib prilbners. We have difcovered here a fecret fntfpo'-dence carried on bv the Spaniards, and a ick-rnak?', unP fed t0 rrccive and forward their Ken tor them from Venice, has been, imprifoned : i toeperlons of the Po't-Office, who were concern-atbe fame practice, have made their efcape. Sa-ay laft general Brown returned hither, and we yne he is poing to Parma, :rhagazines are in the mean time forming in ;par0Kian, where ail the roads are covered with images. The officers, who were here at the Carai il, ire all commanded to join their corps. There is aikthit v 00 men wil> be lent fpeedily to Savona, I there embarked for Corfica, in order to create the .jfa a powerfu I diverfion. We have received large Tjrraces from Germany, a->d greater expecled. The pitnents are all in good condition, a d the 4000 �ho are to ferve this campaign, are arrived in l. Mffitasm. Adca'rral Byng is to ac*t in concert with (grown in the expedition again ft Genoa, in, Jan. n. The King is caufing two bridges, he thrown over the Po at Cambin, and general , twa wo more at Cremona. Magazines are erecting tfcobbio and in the Pannefan, and mo'r of our troopj 1 this fide the mountains are going into the Placentin ; k the lmperialilts pals out of the Milanese into the � of Parma. The Englilh are to he readv at the � time, and we mail foon fee where the bombtfiil tk. Every thing is quiet in Sardinia, notwirhftand- reporo that have been fnread to the- corsrraT. lihn,jan. 16. It is conjectured from the difpofi-bs in Piedmont, and the magazines forming rher% while a large reinforcement enables th^ Corfican-, JkeeptheGenoefe employed, the grofs of our army �iH endeavour to penetrate a fecond time into France. *"*: enemy fern to filpec! this, having lent -000 men 1 Provence to Corfica, to affift in defending 'hat i. or be tranfrorred to f^enoa, as ocfafion fhall re-We hear, they have few: thither loo horfes to lint the cavalry. Petersburgh, Jan. 19. The laft Advices we have tan our Auxiliaries left them upon the frontiers ot the Treat Dutchv 0f Lithuania, where, it is fuppoied, were obliged to halt, by reason of the great ows that have fallen lately in Poland, lb as to tender t Roads impracticable. ' Tfedrid. Ian. 2:. It is affiired that the Matquis de iMinas wili command the army in Icalv next cam-�>?D.acd iris reckonei that r4,ooo men which are " "arcs that armv will he readv before the end of, There are alreadv Kr,*o of them at Barcelona, other ^ftoo are raifing as fait*? poffible. It jL^j* ri,e AmDaflador from the States General, �"l.*i!Mnded of the Miniftrv, what refolation his utmc Majety had taken in regard to the oammerce SJLS'?a,n and tne Republic, fince the prohibition mim ,n Holland aeVjrilr France, was anfwered in T wngs name, that his, Majefty had not yet taken. ^*Tapon thac head, bat that the Republic-^Tred, d�c be would afl in every thingin with his roAftchrHtJan Majefty. write TrtriUsboB, that Mr. Keene, Minifter ^njFotentitry fi&j theKingoftJreat Britain at the J�� of Portugal has defiadto be recalled.' Ith&dr *M�t fotne Algcrine flaves in chains paffing by the "^1 of M. de Chavignvi Ambaflador from France, fe? m ot them were releafed bv hisExcellencyji domet, #$.V?!ook �fth^ <*ains, and drove away-the secare Hie laft decterations. which ______, u(, uku cnains, ana arove away *ne l*rfon belonging to the government, who had the care Stockholm, Jan, � __________-��rj: ftKttiQrt and that �F Raffia have made bv their Mmi-fers. proving "the defire they have to live in per tec* food iftrelligence, "it has been agjeed, that the treat* � fcrodjhip fiftfifiSati between the two crowns, ihatt <* renewed tod fol�SAdv;c * V'atme&n, if the Allies will but guarantee. takliB Savona. All Officers here, thit are to ferve in Italv, are ordered immediately to their Po.'f'. It'^ laid, that Prince Lewis of V/olfenbuttle, now in the I ow Countries, will go into the bervicc of the States Gene.-a), and Command the Foot h the roon of th: Prince of Wa deck. The nrft Column of the Troops of the. Ban-neat of Temefwaer, has palkd By tliii City for the Nctherknds- Drefden, Feb. *. Since the Ruffian Traoos b?ean to be in motion on the Froiuiers of the Grand DAchy of Lithuania, it is obffrved, that Carriers arrive more frequently from WarJaw. Upon the a rival ol one Yelterday ail the PoliCh Lords in Town were fumT'on-ed to rhe Palace, and foon after the Ruffian Mini'lcr repaired thither, but what palled renains fri 1 a freer to the Publjck, only a Report prevails, thar a gr'-at Afleaably of the Nobility will be (� dilv call X at Warfaw. With what View this Affi-mbJy rreec^ we carjiot imagine, fince private Letters f'Om tha- Co n-try fay, that fuch of the great Lords as have Prices near the Route the RuiTian Troor- a'C *o 'ake in puT ing through that Kingdom, are making vafl preparations for entertaining tneOrTicer; wich the utmol Mag-niiicence. As for the private Men, they are ro be f-r niihed with Provifions at the current Pric?, for r^ady Monty, but are ro have their Joking gratis. M. XlingrerT, his Pr.i.'Can m3:e?v's Mini?er here, h& fo that the French there are mo-e in dinger f a viftt from us than w � from them. Aix, J?n. 10. Th~ EnglHh .ha ing, for fore trnc, taken a mo't all the (hi?s that have Aiied fro.n Mi- feii Jes for the Levant, or from the Levant ro Ma feii'e , it has been thought pro^r to lu'pend for a vhiie all coTimerce tp thole pans; In conre^aenc? of \yhjc'', ieveral fbips arc unloading till a rrore ravo'iniWe op-p-Ttunicv. The bfs al ea4y fufrained hv rhe Merchants is almol infiipportahle, and the miifort r.e is g eitly enhanced by thedeameisofprovifionsth'n g' . out ail Provence. By our 'al letters two fhias laden with corn from Barbary, were e^pec^ed in that port : The arrival of which is of fo roch confequence, that if the enemy (ho:ld take them, the Niarfeillians mail famifli wich fe'uiger. Oflend, Feb. 5. 1 Calais orjvateer has brought in here a Daniii veffel, from Warerford to Rotterdam, having on board i
Orders to march. On the �th there was a very fmart Skirmift ; near Louvarn, between a JDetachtneuts of Aulhian? and a large.Patty of the French, in which many on both fides were killed and wounded s and the French took 4$ Prifoners Bruflel%,Feh, 7. ^Exprefies pafs thrc�ugh this City from Time to Tinie^ gat not a Syllable of their Dit. patches tianfplces. i$tt know norojng r�g rne intercetfrle widi Bergen-^ op-room, and isafl&no'lng a^1A^lty:or'4cf,oT\^o~ Men,; The mfitp ofPeatje revive, andx we an?,af-fffxA rqore^haB ever, that the Plejupbt^irics are to endeavour to make one in earneft. Bn#ls, Feb,.f/,; The King* *jM&tifages are-expected h�re (u l-_ low, it .bein^ reiolved to begin the C^paign yfiry3 early, fti Saxe will return before the end .of the ( ^lontb, when w^ expeft every tjuii^ wi^ be ready for; the fexecntipn of. � cooceriefl., Jti ,J0as iteatt Tvse the ftpeat i^oajra�ipas.rnaiutg mfW5 Wovince, doa^t iB46e4eafi in1^cratpt#�rjtyeifbnithe Car- nival. foon as they have an account of the others leaving Paris. Hague, Feb. 8, Letters from Peter--burgh fry, thac a fouadron of 16 men of war, 6 truares, and 1 bornb veifes, w ith pw iiious for j monrh;, are r-adv to lail from Cron hdz as looc as the l.aitick is open. NL Van Hiren is retimed hither i an Be-m, an [ has given the 'itadthoider an ac^oint of thv iuccefs of his comrniTJon, The p-o:^ar.r cintons of' Bcm, ZuricK, Bafil, Scharfhaut-n, Clarir, and Apprnzil have ffranted ( : incipal officers of the rer-ublidc'fi troops rrilbr.fr In France, to difchar^e thofe fofdiets who*e tenn ot fervice is expired. Certain Scotch to-d*. lately arreted here at the requeft of the Britifii MiniC re, were conducled on fe urday laft under a fh-ong guard on boird an Fngltfh man of war, of 14 guns, which car^e to Hr-lvoet^uy^ to" receive therr, . Hague, Feb. n. Yeferd:? t*v? heavy faa^ay^ and pan of rhV e^rirace of the eat] ef^zdwicb fekef. t foft Aix. Orders have- been iflued for all taej_?n'ra'?of-the Republic^ who are to ferv^ nexCKa.^aisx!, to be in readintfs. Wat iffrrcd that (ore xt.-?- �n's of the troops of ^e-Weima. will er.te-; ir.to t-e f-r vice of the Rep-..biick, anr! rbat a negpca'lon i begun fo- redeeming the pri(onersJnTra^te." Three new fre^ of war have ju# been lauin?hedi"t Arn^rdam, and a fiyifth will be next week. Thet'^atv "or -he v.--~> battalion* frcm rhe Elector of Ment? i- cotk.lulled. Th& cboriec from Brj��l%-whicb arrived th^' cavs aso, was f^tSC by the comrri^n-" of the ^rar^; Genial there for did exchange ot prifor-ers and we hear, he broOcht new? propofirions on that fub-r-fr, afid is to carry back thi nectflary inaru'5fionc concerning the^:. P�ri�, Feb. 1. The King has drtbofcd of all th* vaca, t ? esirher.ts, and above <- C ;ndidates for Cc�w mirtions1 fHll want Errrrlovrnenr T^'* Coorr ^ems very much difgir'ed at the march df the RuS^ns, but the MinjfteTslill flarter themfelves, Aat they will meet with iomeanfcrefeen Accident bv the wav. We have-much here df^Peace : vet lbme are of Opinion* that' if rfie King's Armv Aould prove luccefehtl, tae-T Court will be in to ha$e to make k. M. BefiViffc h foon to fet out for Ital*. The Aflak, efviareggioi and the Meaf takeh in Confequence, gr^hg hopes of a Comrnunication with GeKRA Afiitettf tin Lit, lOSols. Paris, Feb. i. The Kinf �0ntir��sf to heap fivfcurs on !vl. Vise, who has a guard allowed hiffl as governor general of the conquered prevmevs, His patent i th-ofown."' * " " ' 'Pari?, Feb, 2. Wefearn from'Sr'.'ValdrK ^hft tw� prnffiaii ^rps are arrived there, with feActfrtTfoTZrat Merchandize, and the capwms oPthetn fay, tffit tfiBi*^ ii a;great number oFihips t renarln? to1 f?il, in orderte>> trade to our ports. They wrft'e jfrorn ?hader
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