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   London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - February 16, 1847, London, Middlesex                                'oi xr.vn. PuEs Numb. 1.5. CCURRFACES. From TV ESDA T February the i<5thj to SATURDAY February rhe scrh; '747"8 arrived two BritHh Packet-:, which'Brought *m 1 Holland Mail. Naples, January n. IS Spanish Ma";errV has demanded of this Coat, that the cpHfb Regiments in this Kingdom, mav be lent cothe Af-fifrance of th? Re/ublic ; whJ:h Relief? having b;en debated, in Council 5ie"J[ng h is j"dged, trrat as rhofe T oot* belong jf C-^tt of Madrid, he rrav cor;rl<'with hisC.-Miie'tv s i")efire, without raf inking the Neu-" iielus :r.fol"ed to obfe^'e; and ac:ordingiy the fjctjgnsf-havc received Orders to hold the    Ives iieff'- to �r.i'ch, onVhe.mVr notice, for Ce oa, 4h the Ecdefu lie State. ;ooi, Jan. --7.  We are preparirg here j.a eayie.'t gufot C5Tp''gn, which v.v parade o..;il-lvc$ ijetermip.e the Fate of ira'v (bnc-wav or other; nhich'ever tj'av ir is duer.iined, our Fate imft ladled therein.  We have htr-lv received a Hody otbo'lind French Auxiliaries, including two cedRova! Grenadiers a..d Uccruic<:, "nr! w-- fr'tcx h� that we On)] fpedily receive fever, or ejgftt joof}, our �wve retaken PolK-flion of that Pofr, andA4n- Jan. 3-.. The Frecch having iTatked rhe 5 �* cf "J T& "RotTaio near-PontremcU, Vhidi *�thr.Grand Dotcfivor'Tufcany.'tht Inhabits.* ^[^tria ofPohcremoIi have taken Arrrs, iffJ^ghpourhig Subjefts ofTufcany hate FoHom - . ~�a- � ^ G^raJBrowh is to retrirn Hjfher ' >Wn ,s thought, oh His Return the Aity will mo move. la t^rheartTirne, feveral Detach-, j IT been fent to ArJJa; and 'Magazines of ail 1 �s arc formine ar T?orh^a- ^    �   M �W*te i for the Catft^g^ are ! S mod Secrecy \ but it appears p'ainly, that as faon as Ceneral Hatfch ihnll have reduced Sarzana, and the little Fortrefi that belongs to it, the Conbitwd Army will advance djre&ly cowards the Capital, and refiime the Siege uf Genoa, which will not only be aiUfted bv the En^Iilh Fieer, bat a body alio of j\o Foot will be watted ove: to Corfica, in order at once to create a Diverfion, and to impede any Sqccours from being' thrown into the Place as thev yrere laft Year. Pavia,Feb. 1. It is�iidxhat theTroo.s will begin to move on i he n th towards Genoa. The Body of Artillery that was here took> the Road of Nov i on rhe :3d, with ao Piceesof Cianon: Sotjc Pie;es have alio been fent to Parma, and others are at work upon continually in oar Arlenal. There is a Report, that the Doge o? Genoa being dead, and the "-enate offering to procied to the Eleflion of another, the French Cer^ral opposed ir, fienirvftig that I. wis Ti-ne eno igh, and he wo-ild him'elf take Hjpon him the ''overnrnent of the Repablick ter the pretent. According to fome Advfdts 4rom Leghorn, eight Battalions of Regular Troops are.de tiaed for the Reduction or Corfica. Tuthj, Fek '. The News we had of an InfuFrecia-o 1 in Sardinii, and which we angered arfolutely as a Chimera, proves, however, to have ftmewhat 0f truth in it, as appears by difpatches which the cpwt has received rrooi the Vieerdy. - L'antzie'c, Feb. 4. The, Haffian T'oopl are now- in full march. Some letters. frooi Warfaw mention the propofel of a general In?irre e defiip d to bring about Jbme reibhitioa ac Warfaw, capable of traverfiog this march. M: d Allron, who left Peters-fa rgh without an audience of leave, is upon the road to WjfrJaw, wkh acommiffion to the Recdalic. 1 Great preparations of wai are making in the. Rufjjan Eaipire. . - .        ' Franokfort, Feb, io^ .The Mimllers of the Circle of Sw^bia are on the R^ad hi tier, in order to alfift again at the Coagrels, and jut the taufhing i^and to the Adbtiatiofl ->t the Anterior Circles. Extract of a pttvm Letter from Cqlogn, dated January 30,. : A difuaioji hetwiit tfaeJrjBjftg eat- branches ^^d* -Hoale r'ofBourbon woald be mo^ Advanfj|ge to trie Alii ;s, than the Acce/fiofl of a new party to the grand Confederacy..'  This is like to be the Confeftienoj o." a rew judicious Reflect ions made by the Spamfii Mtniil try, upon the prefeat fiate of the War, and the apparent Views of the Miniflry of -VerSlies.  Men may te long realooed with and perfuaded: But the truth is never ciearlv ten ti�l every one di^overs it in his own mind.  If it had not be.n fo, the Court of Mad#3 had long before now been-coavinced;by the AJiies, that Hae was in an egregious Error, made die property and dape of French iFfclicy, while Ihe conceited fhe was procuring a iettlement for one of her Princas. What made this Error the more earih/ djge$ed, was, the Intereft which his mol Chriftian, as well as mo t Carhoiick Maje�r>', naturajly had in providing for this young Prince. He Is not onlv the Coufin-Ger-man, buc-the'ionija-lawof-Lewis'XV. ties, one would think, alrpo't as flrong as thole that bind an own'Pa-rent,sor a half Brother. But a Da:\gh:er pt France is litti.- let hy, if a piovilion for her an v way interferes u irh the Aggrandizement of che Monarchy. To this ; fingle roiau ah the Maxi.i's. taaght. at Ver&ilies have % a ccdiency, either dirCclly or indre^fy, o.en.y or covertly.- T_he Laughter? of France arc, by Sahc taw, exfiuded -fao"n the Crown,,and tbev have * Proverb ia ceterence thereto, The Liilies do not fpa > but a French PrTneeis wou'd feoner b.4 Iur7ered, m a literal Senfe to (pin for her Bread, than a> French Ki xg wpaM neglect, the Acq-ii.'uioaof-a new Di.WJ, orbsdiym-ed from taking a flrong place- on the frontier of his Kingdom;' In u Word, it is now plainlx feen at Buen Retiro, as it was before in every ottier s^os in turtpe, tlrat the Iktkmentxf Don Philip hvt�e 5)atcbies or- JP^a^^nd , PJacentia, Eke the ElhbliQiiaent of the Houfe of Stuart upoa the Throne of Great B>itaJn, was =onry afecon-dary point of Regard, a kind of auxihar? Scheme to her own grand ptoJe5;. If �tch i Nufcfee, of Troops, as were jfcllgfiigfcieat to divert -a patty of the AiMes from the chief Ufct of ^War, and keep a Body <�f the Auftriaa-*and Engiith forces in Italy mi Great-Britain, whichiwoflttQ^RSwife have been, either mXSennany, ; or therNASi)rfiStfe4or"rjethaps inFraire itfelf, would i alfo hive?been liMclenttQ: carry-either .of the other J rw'mft, do^efsihe*&dd not have been dilpleifed, | arwl;we'fccKlM,i�ar theaffirning toiierlclf the whole | pforjrbf ilk& EritertA'nse; test when herowttOaofe was : feved/tfod fee tediSHdled a-fixnne in Italy, fey joining ( a Bod^ -Of* fief c�vb Troops to the SpaniaraVand in ; S  Itricht-  Paris. Feb. 1.1. Part of Count St, Severiri's E^it-pages fet oat thh day, and it is expecled he will looj foil w. M- it i$ thought, wii] fet o^t for Bm bant the 1 sth or icth    nett month. Paris. Feb. n, At prj�/?nt we talk of nothihlf ffea^ fo Wrongly *^Peace,ehe Count de St. Severed 'haf already ^^waylai^^ge to Aix4*Chafelki feg will fpuw^ltB^lf asj^'as hi has received Ms'laif Ia(tj�5ioris, whg&itis bdieA'eixvlll be very Ibeo, * be coqlerj daiijT^iPi the Mini.1er for foreign AtSErrJ. The depatute ofTVl. Saxe if again put 0% arid r^t indeonite'v, f'.otn .fwht-nce fo.Tse infer, that we (HaH not be in hafie po open the Campaign in FJandes. It is, however, certain, th tt onr rhree Generals, the Pir. of Conti,M. Saxe, and M,. Bclle-iifc, are perfeerly p^t ed with each othei, anH with che new Pkfc whiclt H fornsed for their refpecjive Operations, lb thafwhta cbe leave of the Lovers ofPt^ace, we are follv periaaj-ed that we Haaii fee another Campaign before theBnil of the War. There is, howeve,r; no doabt fh*ti3Se Cofiferences at Aix-la  make the. next CaJnjBJgo. \ ta hold themfelves in Readmeg to march on tne�ft Notice. M. Bathianj is expected in two or tfcree Days. From lieXondon Gazette. Whitehall, Behrtary 13* The King las been plaM ro appoint hkGrace tteD^of Bedford tor be 'one of hkfla^^Priac^KSwfflte^ of State. I OsSf DON, Febmsry u,& i j.-Letters ft*�BS*flen, of the >thr fiul N. S. ad;-j^, that an Ex$neis%rrived there oa the id frotn Poland, vyhofePif^ches, which are faidto be very irnyohanc c^radoneo an Extraordinary Council to Be called, to which all the Polift Lords then at Drefflea; were invi-tedv a$ %ras fikewile the>Raffiaa Miahler �> hut they can give as no account of what pa/fed jri chat Council: It Is only laid, that the lard Exprefi has brought Ad-yke^ that, the firft Coiornn of the Rulfian Anny under Prince'"kepfin, wh�A liesst Biola, has halted'omll CoarW difpatched by that General the KWitgt. jggb, ,to.warw rjTotn whence we hear, that theSena^f, a^6t^6rJvndees ofthe Kingdom are to have a macs*   

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