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   London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - February 20, 1847, London, Middlesex                                101 XI-VII. P tl E s Numb. i oa, co filing of t Battalion?, wrh foe Tiecr>iJts TheEnemv ejve that there a-r anally 50,000 Men in rbe Stare f Genoa, 1 ,v.*> Men or" w'hjdi, befides Militia, ar; in ard thar tl-ev iw foon air cffen.v/ely, f of kce\ jr.g. on 'he iv.c: fvv only.  The pencra! von, however. Is, 'ha.rgh th^re are BartaJions .ghtorrake thi  Nrr.:k;'in the Genoed' State,  are verv ir\o.n; lear. .ome, Feb. 3. As a>p eat N'rirnbtr ofPerforrs have I here fjdd-r.l.-, thephvfieians have opened fome of n to difcOver the Canfe of it. [ Florence, Feb. 5. The Dnke de ftichliei Has ex-led himlelf upon the Cottiplpints df oiir Reaency, bv ; that he was igno'ait of what ru Ted at ^oflano j ,r ,e wo-.:!d order Enquiry to be mad into the Af-lir, ard that rhe Cormands 0f his King were to ob-' veaneyaS Veurilitv \vith Tufcany, fc long as it -js not iriiinptd on our.-iwU.- But nocwidwaruLng me fine Words it r^rca's that thofe Evcele'. were yrapnfc O^der pf this Dike. The Auflrians have nee evacuated Ponrerroli. Ulan, Feb, �. General Hrwlerer h urorr his Deptt. r ror Novi, and CenealF^erhaft is in ftt duf m-h oMen for the We%*^ Rivjwa. TheRaim (fiM *P the Troops quiet on both fide<\ "^mn.Feb. 1. We have received Advice, that Mc a �0f' Frencf" Spaniard* were a/^mbled in ^Eaflern RivWra, with t a� h was rho r;n d a-| gain! Woiw and Rotepdal  The En'-wy inull have a j great fuperiority to take thefe two pols, Confiderjng ' the-Troors that we-have there and thole which a-e ready to fupport them.  Some paifcngers rrom Sas van Ghent eonrtrn, that M. de Lage is putting the Boies he has aflembled there in a Condition to lerve for an Expedition, and that a great Number of Sjihrs and Workmen had been fent to him f om Dunki-K fcr.thar purpofe  They are inftrmed of thefe preparations at Tholen, and-the other parts ofZeahnd, but thev have had time enough n take the neallary precautions a-gainft whatever force may be brought again^ "hen. Hague, Feb; tS. The City o. Nrm-^guen hr- r~ve. ratelv followed the Examr'e of the St tes of :j-c.-. J and the States General, bv defiring to be Godrt ici'-e-i to the future Prmce or Princets, ard the Petition was gracioufly reeej/ed. We have aaihentick Letters fron fevers! Towns in France, that all the Dutch petty Officers and Soldi ers-, Prifoners of War there, have been cblelv fhtrt cp, bv order of t*nf Cant, and are frriftly yarded and deprived of all Conveniences. In the OTdoruraixe i(Ta-eJ by the King on this SubfeS, it is laid, * Thnt the ' St�^s Genera! having fefely refolved to put all rhe ' Officers thar are|�ri(oners in Penfion, and to give ' the Soldiers' o:dy Halfcray, this might induce tl:?m ' to feek tneansofeftaping, it being inpofibfe for them ' to fjbfi.1 oa fo little Money ; and that it is to pre-' vent their Efcaoe, his Maje.'rr thinks proper to fhit ' no alV the National fHitcb, &c.' ft is added, that the Swift and exotch are not included in this Ordon-nance, bit that their Officers, have been obliged to fisn  Writing, bv which thev engage rapay ;o Livrej for every Man that mav abfenc himfelf. Tlus Aftir has caufed a )jreat Coaftemation ajportg.the Troops, who were not iirtne leali aprrlzed of it t and as it was" (eared might oc.-afioq them to revolt, the1 M^il?rate.s ft-fcretlf, ?nd beforeHand, rook all pro �r Meafirre io keep th-m' under; b^it as thev were firprized, every Thing pafled very quret/y. Thev talk loadly in France of the bad Treatment pretended to W given to the Frer.ch Prifoners in Holland. 1 A^iferdarjj. jFsb:. j^*,. Xhcy-wrjrf froavMarJeilks, that the Englifh in the Mediterranean have taken ten or twelve Ships that we:er cocriog frdn the Levant, and rhat they we�e in Pain for feven or eif'ht others which were following them. The flirtiffers of th-Eil-India CofnpanyMwereceived Adviofrth^t their Sfaip theRe^gerflMl, which was foing from hence for Bativia, had the Misforcane to perilh in the Road of the Cape of Good Hope, and chat but twenty Men of the Crew were. &ved;- Hague, Feb, 10. It has been refolved,. that a fqaa-drOi^f i^ttMeno/WarandfigaSEsfiiallbefent to t&^ft-Jndiess in order to ppotecl tbs ftyigation of the" (ab^sSs of thrsiRejwb'lick, and to iecjre the;Xtoorii.Colrjaies there. iiague, F�bi tosi 1 Two OrdonnaacesJiave been pub* lilbfidIjy h� iexeoeAigfaaefi the Sradthokter; by the Bfik wh�reo� every Battalion is to be nrovided with 5 Hand-m?lk-; the LJencenancs are to have a Tent betwixt two, and every Colonel is to provide himfelf. with a Cart and eat Horie to tranfeott tf� cbifeftlcte rJw 06 die N(a{hap�xjlL Every Rifgiawt jg '�� to provide rtfeff with at leaf* two Sutlers, whci&allnot.^ be ihtlfe MiKtaty fervliee of the Reoottidte eadiF^jf w*�n (fell have a Cm wd t#o good Hotfes,and (ha8 bive their forage at tbe Magazine, paying fix Sols pet^fti^i-Xl�eotherOfdoranopkamdtiaeS? o^tteMffittry E�erafe and EvotutJons. '        -w>M fc* I ^ d Acunha, the ^T^^SffSvi gxlaCharellc,. The^S�tS^ ^ ^ fence of this.Mirui1er wjll not ^ n LiJM^rtafion. tHePowws at Wat will accept ^ly his M�lrtat^ As the King of Great fcrit& h� ^^JXite that is oneof the Reafons that may put off longer tnc Jonroev of that Ambafladofc *'fr�fini tot taftb, Feb. h. All thJiiRs �-^"SJSrf Ae opening theCamwigft, .^SS^S^S& Fax have pafled by thfeC^r -^S^X^Rel and Lip. ft km *f �^fed linCTBwUl iom the Army, and only ^"fJ^S willbs left iaiortifiedPWs, aBatalhon of Neut- his Excellency Count Khevenhjiier, Grand Chamber-/ lain, and conducted b. him into rhe L'aJ, (.vhere bw IiTiperia Ma,e-ry, a.t rded bv At the ^reat ofiars ana Mini:lers ot the Empire, svas alreidy leited on the Throne, bis Kxceiiency Count bchonborn mode a Ane. fpeech to the Emperor, wis anlwered by his �xc llenr cy Count Cotoredo, Vice-chancellor ot'the Empire, in the name of his Imperial Majeily > whereupon the ce-re�r:oiiy was performed in the ufual manner, ana was concluded by a fpeech of thanks made by M. de Bree in the narjt of Ae Elecror. . , Hagje, Feb. :o. The deputation, which was intend. e-l from Zealand in Dece nber la }, bat was prevented by the great .lorm, in which rhe Deputies were ve:y near lofing their Lives arrived here rwodavs ago>arj)4 pretented to the Prince of Orange the Dipkyu, by which the StadthoAderfliip of their provin.e is .":"ade hereditary both in the Maie and Female line of nis High, neis's Family. Moi of the Officers! who were here let out, in conlequence of the orders they have reari-. ved to repair to their refpeiiive po^s hv rhti'tli r Frotu: cieLdtodori Gttecte* Vienna, 7i ISfo^erMMapf havrnf b^ irfdoMy pleafed . tc appoint the ii ^yc%^re^f leSectsrffilfTriers, Cc^Sceta- teriK PdvHSoifflfe-lor of .the Ekcftx^of ^Bfentt^and ofthe EieKtW repaired on the &4 jd-Ini&nt at H Noon tdcourt with great imgwhcei^i wfaerebewB � S^j; they were received � the Aatkhamber by in i.'fant, and the reft are p-epricg to foiiow them.     : The following is a Lift ot the General Orricers named for the en king Campaign. � Li:!e des Genera.ix qai d^i'ent faire cette Campagne; Vehh Marechal, Com'e Mrsrite d .\a;Ia;., qui :eifera eaZealaade. CAVALLERIE. General. Trioi. Ljeutenants General. Comte de Uo^n^e^. Caaaen> burgh. HarufYVin Oven des Carabiniers. Comtr dc xhlippenbith. Vryber^en.' Groveftias Vandet Doyn, avec Payede Mv. General.. -   Mv'ors General. Du Faget Van Aderidelft- d"Hey-nenno t. Co^te de N"a!feu Beeverwert. \Ve.'Fxhfeneit Thuvl de ;evoo k;rk. Kien. �dc van .xergeriii. Bo-tfitias,  Rivecoiirt.  Cotscc de Rechteren. INFANT ERIE. -4. Genetal?^ Pretorias. Ssvartrenberg. Aylva, qui refletM a Maeirricht. Bnrmania. Le Prince de Saxe Hi bajrgbauien, poar les.Bavjrois. Lieutenants fjenerai. Couftanr de Rebeeque. Cam-mmga. Viliattes. B. Lierve# Gtinflra. Bronckhorfr; Coi;te d'Envie-. LHlers. Evertfen. Storkr. Rhode Van Hekercn.  Lely.   Villegas. Majors General. Donge. Comte de Wled. Gro-veirjns. Waaentlebeo. Graharne. Sigers, R&ife' S"orcken. Muterr. Ouderwater. Prince de.Stol-bergi Detirz. L. V� Barmani*. Mateprade. Majori-" baclc. larrey. Lintello. La Riviere. Sttcirt. Cor-nabe. Venice, Feb. j. The beginning of tMs week thera came into tKis port from Briftol, a MercrMit (hip,1 called the Conftantine, Captiin Reed: In his pafSge through; tfe channel of Malta, on the id of Jinuary, be fell in with (jx Fivnch Merchantmen bound from the Levant to MirfciTes, and cook three of them, the John Baptift, 18 men and i� gans > the 3t. Bliae, 33 men and guns 5 and a Policco: The two large (hips were htden with Silk and Ur.e S. and 3re val ;ed ar thirty thotriacd pounds. He has lett his pfrjefs at Malta. Hague, Feb. i j. N. S The Prince of Orange ha Ifllied three military regulations, the chief of which? relates to the number or Aid de Camps that each general Officer is to be allowed, viz. Three for a Gene ral,' two. for a Lieutenant Genera!, *nd on^ t'jr 1 \lajor General; Their Aid du "Camps are, a gvi arjon ofthe States*' by which it ii intended to* reduce them tq Half pay, nlr fbch tin* as they are let at liberty.' Pfince Fred-, rfJeCajfel- arriy?d here this raorning, and tchiani is eiroefled every hopr. r "the eid    the London-Gazette. tmfech ridcoT Marital t O N i) O A February tg. -l^Ho%. John Stanhope, Efqv Brother to the Lor^ ebdkrfiekl, and Member of Pajijajnenj for Derby, i^ appomted one of the Lords of the Admiralty. Yeiferday the Right Hon. the Earl of Cheiteriield fcMet foir Bath*' � r�isR6Vai Hi|bne6?he Duke of Cumberlaa! will fee out for the Hague as focm as ever the Whd becomes favourable j bis pftftoce being much defired by rife prince, of Otangei Maribai Bathlani, and prince Fre-deriek of He0e# who have already fent all thfeir OfScerj to their reJpe^ve Port^, io ordet to aa early opening ionJ&SlwK-hbasnotyet ieft the Hague for Aw, abr wilUlfifet o.tt fo ioon as wts expeited, occaiioned ^^�aaf^S^^^^1^ Acc0t-ats brought by Yeferday*s Mail reiating tortheRoferi Auxiliaries, ic triairiv apMsrsthat their march isa,*.ally ffopp'd. 'tili feKto tWas fometbing is known ot thede\ennirations df the Polifc Senate, which thelait I etters from War-hw andTjantzick kit in great CoraEotion, on the fob   

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