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   London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - February 13, 1847, London, Middlesex                                l xr vii. P U E 8 CCURRFNCF.S. FromSATURDA YFebruary the i^th^to TV        ATFdiruary the i6th, 1747-^ Li^jrrived one Britifh Packet, which.brought | Safer �nv ^ HonandMa3L 0 Rome, Jan. iJj. HE King of the Two Sialics has defir-cd the Po eto permit fiv Regiments belonging to the King of Spain, who are inihekingdomorNa^fc^toma'ch through the Ecclefiafkk DoTinidns, and who have received Ord-ts tor fobelioefs has granted this paflage in the accuftoni m and with this Condition, that tbe'ie RegJ-j fhalJ be o&iiged to keep the Rojt prefcribed to 1 by the Apo:)oiick Chamber. -Extract of a Letter fvoTt Aulla, Jan. 18. ,> Communications between .Lombardv and the �'of Genoa is entirely cut off on this fide.  Count ebia, who coronas here, his detached an Qflfi- �ith' ten Soldiers, to infom himfe.f whether, rrifions can be lent to Sarzana bv the Territory of kj, or bv the Marquifate of Fortinovi: And this I has aJ o ordered the Fetidaories of the Empire r Valley of Magra to fend hither without delav od, Hav, and Straw, which has been demudbd j for the afe of the Gar ilbn. ..'jtbln'rant his Fxcc!L>nev received difpatcbes 1 Officer of the Regincnt of Merci, who was lent ftpiEtprefs in all hate frovn Milan.  We know no-l of the Contents: Bat ir is fince reported, that ' ir demolilikg the CatIe!of .Rarrra. The hp-of the French to the Maintains, has put the t Is of M ilaz o under Apprehends that th?y will lan kiva/ion upon his Lands, especially fince they >be aug-nenrrd to 8000 Men in the Ealern Ri-, It is rhoighc here, that they mav defign ta> 1 fane ^iege, beca-ife they have tent for Engineers, are putting offelve- in a good State of Defence, |cafetj*y Ihould have their Eves upon as; and, we ir, that above ico Mule-, laden wirh Povder and ; for our Service, are arrived at Terrarola, fron tljef will- be conducted hither. " As this phce eostfidmb'e Cdnfequence, k is believed, M. de ebh wHJ not give it up withoat Orders or the at-1 jecsEty. Jan. 17. Sone Veffels have enter'd this �ithin ti few Days, and debarked aboit :oi� �ch a d Spanifh Troops, among then 1-0 Royal adiers; and we foon expee> fevon or eight Batta-of th.' feme Troops, The Iaft Advices f:on lifafninea !rine, that the French TToops in Provence Jpn co approach the Var. Vilan, Jan. 17. (eneral Brown has received an fsfroni Vienna, whi;h has ibrouebt him rhe Ap-tion 0 the Plan which bed- been commrmicatM e Emprefs Qyer-n concerning- rhe Mi itary Opera-linltalv, and Qritta have been accordingfy differ pun frp it in. Execution, The Magarincs ifilling wirh allocable I j1;jett>c\ and the'nece-Djffo'itioas n-akic5 for purring tV Troops in tion. 'Tis fill 'aid that the ConiueW the lfhnd tCorfica wiil rase piacf, a< well to make a' rfcwefTuI �veriion, as to cut 0* the tr.'quent Reinforcement tjch the Enemy recrire; from th nee Tthrt a large ' \   7rL��rs w'il]     worked at Vadd fdr that t, and that rhe Enterrrize wiil be feconded V ! whole Engliflj FKt. Parma, Jan, 17.  Tbe Troops deftirtd to *& su$tinft te^noeie ire to aflL-mble in tht Veigbbourtidod of n^ut}., whcie Count Brown is foon expeflei.  As ��* tb *&� thro'ieh theEcclefiattc ^tate has been fcraaie4 and granted* C cneta! Andlaa w ill c�tra�M I the Vanned, which will be followed bv theArtrt 'fcT.- The Piedmonrefe^TrodpV will march Kfi* fK Time to-> a ds Novi, and make jifosvertul Diver* bob on that Side: , . �     . P. S. Tis juft now reported that a Detaaioient ot fcrTroops has pafed the Rochetti to advance towards ** Mountain called the Two Brothers. Vienna, Feb. Upon thcReorefentanons made to �� Egrets by the Bntiih MihiSer, her Imperial M4-Wtes corvfented to or4er fix Regiments ao marcM r the low Countricf, with an intent td compfctetne fctingent of �o,ooo German Troops by the End or fii, acrording td the Convention between th? Aipes. Etofflen, Feb. s. The id' of this month arjived ap faprtfs fraa Po'ogn; the Sub'eS of whbfe difr^tehes te'f.oned an Extrat^inary.Coandl > but at t>refent *^itig of what paired there is known. If is &d\,?wtt t�e fame Coirfet bro-ight Adv)ce, that the firJUCo-T* of Ru^San Troops hwre halted �t BiaU, tot far- . Mr. MartrviUe,whd cnhddcls the Affairs of the States {ksral, has received re^ufitoritt Utters from their jifi ttishtinefes, addre/Tedto the Xing and-Repub-w* tPoksia, concerreng d� pof&ge eff the Aon I Troops, who at the fame time gave Reafons for the H fpeedy march of thofe Troops. wWff.H'js, Meo ea i t in this Ehrfb-ate with jnore Sutcefa than ever, fince the Advance-money has been augmented to Crowns, and even more, for Mm of a good Size, ami Natives. Leyden, Feb. r*. The letters from Genoa of the >7 h of Jan. idvite,. that ieveral (hips were lately arrived, with 2 30o French and Spanilh Troo's rthat 7 ot 8 Bartalions more were daily expe&ed i and that toe French in Provence Had begun to die off towards the Var. in Neighbotlrhood,"lid have not left a Tree or*H�dge flaridiog within a League round. . Mql kind of Provi-fions are exceflive dear. All our Guards are doubled fine? the 2fftb of January, when a large Detachment of Dirtch Troops attempted to furprize the P>ce, and would ptobab'y h-ive faccceded, had thev rot bc-n betrayed by five French Deierters, who infowiei oar Governor of the Dtffign. Oudenbofch, Feb. 1:. The Generals of the Allied Troops being info med, that there went f-om time to rrrrie Detachments fro n Rergen oo-Zoot\ either to c t Wood or procip Proyiftci^s at Hal teren, arid Villages thereabojrs; thev n'aced Vro Men in a Station, f'on whence thev can Ohferve every thing thai goes in or out of the Towo. . Steenbetgen, Feb. it. About ten o'Ciock yesterday Morning sve were alarmed by the Report of the Artillery fron tbe Ranparts oi Bergen-op-zoon, and the Forts of Rover, PihJen, Mbermort, and the Lines, Our Garrilbn immediately got under Arms, and we djfrarched Ibctie Picquets to difcover the Caufe, and reinforce the Redoubts of Pieters and Elders, which were the mpft etpofed,;t hit we were iafor.ned towards the Evening tftst the Firing was onlv on Oceafion of the Arrival of MariHil LowendahL The French continue yet q 'iet in their Qnaitena . Bteda, Feb. 1}. Great preparations are making for the*early opening of the Campaign. 'Th cbniputed that we flaall haye upwards of 100000 effective Men in the Field by the tft df April, exekfive of the Troops expected from Gennany and Switzerland, and the airxiliary Corps of Ruffians We.&ail form two Armios, of wbJdi one wiil be cdnmanded of the Duke of Cumberland, and the other by the Stadtholder j and there wi.l Jikewife be a Corps nf the Army under Co'jrtt llarhianj.    '? Exr;�a of a Letter from a,Perf�n dfDiliofEon at the Hag" �, dated Feb. i. . We are Informed flora good Hands at Paris, thit the Duke d'Kuefcar, in communicating the pjfpotcfies which he had received from Madrid to the Maquis de. Pjyneax, declarod tohi.ri, that his Cathplick Majefty llii rediihil in the Reflation he had taken, nd which had been intimated to the Bi-hop of Rennes, thardbe King had nevertheiels no View of procuring hixfeir a iepera'te Peace';, bat that he had at the iarne time no delire df continuing the WSr longer, without the Iea!t hopes ot feeing-it ttnihed by obtaining a lading Eftab. iilhment for Don PhiHp: that it now therefore refted with thtf Court of France to declare itfelf in relation thereto^ bycaufe the part which it (hail take th't-ia will determine the f -tureCdnduclof theCbirt of Madrid, in regard to the Declaration of the-Dutch, and to tbe rtciprooil Tntcreft cjf the Co nrnecce between the twoCro*Ds.  However,' notwirh'fending' what has pafiedj there is no great likelihood that the mifintilli-g nee which has arifcn between the two Co :rts wiil be carrjeAto Extremities; France wiil be very careful td avoid thatf;iwbich already has appeared by the Af-furrnces which MeC d'Argenfon and Puyfieux have given to theDuke dHuefcar, (namely; that his Majefty 1 lte&ded that his Army in Italy fhould confill of at lead 40)0-0 efreclive Men, whip being joined with 1(,x)jj SiJaniard^ and ns> a Genoefe, will make an Afinj of So,ooci Men, �c!uh>e of Militia and armed Pealahts. The-fiw� advise fi#n Pwtk pofeively fey, (hat what has been pahlifted in Foreign Gazettes, re-lating trfDetach^ts    Trofllps havfcg. been made from the Frthch Amy in thel^wOowitries; m order to compleat the Army.in ft�lr, is abftfosety WfcV what have been fept hjchw have b^enlv ibrae Re-croit^ cotnpofed o^German; Hnnganas.^uid other De-fertets: that the. Siege of l^ixaDbdag im jfA now been propofed bv Marihal Be�c4flc� whiW tht Marfhals Saxe ana JLdwendahl are, accordi^to that Plan, to act ic Brabant. The Prince of Contij who is.td have the Direction of tWs Sjege, has afiWd his Majeirj. that he wflimake a?onque,/r eff it in, le& than m Weelts j and wconduder that the Com of Spajn has font wits Amb^laddV at the Hague; �o demand of tbe St^;GeoetalaflJ&Kpltca^on in relatioo td the interruption of their Cotnmercce with F,ranCe, and in what iDaoner, jtheir High Migteuiefo^propafe to condwa the?rfem� thereirr; that it may^fee -whe^ier �ajE:{ff�-Judice may accrue from fuch profcibitjtidn to the Commerce of Spain. Utrecht, Feb, M- A Couriet frwn Xke&n has pai&J thro'here in his Way to Looicc, We have hmh fro� DKi^eo. and 13rewHe frtte �Wti�4 of th* 4th inU. which lay, thaf the nrfl Column oi^ut fian Troops hid halted at Biela til! tbe Retjrnof i' Courier which the Princ? de Repnin bod lent to Warr faw, with D�^atches addreiled to the Senate of Poling an Anfwer whereto, we irav luppole, was impatiently expected, - tho' perhaps not yet daennined on. From the London Gazette. Liege, Feb. 13. 3**H� French are actually cutting down vafl QL�n-tici-'s of Tifliber about Namur to make iargs trnall blanks, Palifidoes, and carriages for tnejr Cannon. They- Work hard in she Arlemi fflling of Bombs, preparing their .battering. Tiain, 5-".c and all the Forges for three Leagi^s round are employed ia catting Bombs, and Cannon Balls. The leave of Ab-lence given to the French Officers is prolongd till the l ft of April, and as yet not above 7has giren a very fafjsfa<9ory ac count of his conduct in the laft campaign, and has kid fo'heaVy a charge o^oii, the conduct of the French ,mi-niSers^astb oceafion feme very, warm expoflufarisiM wkli the Bithop of Reones, who has, been told in ver/ P&in^ terms that his Catholick MaJeftv will Iodic upep, hUhW is abfolved from all ftipulations -with the Trcncfc com, i* cafe the forces' m the fenfi^ks 
                            

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