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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - March 8, 1847, London, Middlesex gr>v / IfoL XLVH. PUE O Nr-'MB. 21 CCURREN CES 9 From TUESDAT March thc 8th co SATURDAY Mircb rh, 12th. la'l Tiived Seven Britilh Pack::?, whi-h ' brought 3 Holland Mails. Firft Packer. Cracow, Feb. i:. EVERV Ruffian Officers are arrived here, by * ffbom we have Advice, that the Troops of their X'atior: were marchir-g trom samogina I jnlirh'iinia, to tr.ke their Roue in the following Manner, viz.'The n: ft Column com-pofed of l ,�- Men, by Fauxk ; the lecor.d ^of u),'-^ Mtn, by JanMcai ; and a third, Aft of f' � Men, bv Birze ' tnev' t,iat thcie TOp\vill infallibly arrive near Wariaw about the riot'the Month. htoloYi, F'^b. -. The Enemy made on the 3~th jaKfih Atcemj-t agajnil Broglio, but without Suc- IVienna, Feb. i The promotion of Teneral Officers laicputoi and v ill not be publifhed till the open. Campaign. The Miliary Li!>s in general, dif-i much from thole in the preceding Years. The j of their imperial Majefties confift of 67 Regi-sofFoot, i:eluding the Germans, Walloons and l'iws and 4? Regiments of CuirafTiers, Dragoons, Briuffan, makir.g together i:
b:t whethdr the Temple or Concord will be eredted here, or fone ether p!ac � be pitched upon for that purpofe^ time, the Herald of all great events, mud inrohn us. We hear rhat the French King has (on re^ueft) granted co nmiflions tor forming rhree Scotch regiments of one thoufand men et'ch, and it 15certain, that the French privateers that hover on the coafl of Scotland, are not fo much intended to eke Ihips, as t ai)d that the Emprefe havings had advice of this Accident by a courier, immediatel3r appointed Lieutenant General Lieven to leplace hitn in that command. It is laid the Troops are greatly-concerned at the Illnefe o( Prince Repnin, whoie humane depoTtment among other good Qualities, had won the afle&'ons of the fdldiers. Vienna, Feb. >7. The Engiifh Minifter at this court has communicated a projeft for aflemWing a powerful Fleet on the coaft of the Mediterranean, in order to make fucb a powerful diverfion on die Sooth coaft Chelations ot thc ot I'.a .e a-, r. av u\uur b'. U:d. ' Dui-l.!o:T, F.b i>. The Elecl-j: Palatine i a tiktn a ie o-u.'...! . on account ot th: great aa...b-.r of tree z:::zl.y t.avr-.'tr.g the Y;.r.r j form a iinc tr. thc F;cr.t;e-'S ct hi> i.o viuio-is tou.nd. the Lov�cr Ki�i.-.., which is to be ccmpolcd oi :he g. ate 1 pa : of hi- reg :lai t:oo;s an-.l the iiJlicu oi the cva.'.trv, 'n orucr to prevci.; thole ttoops � o:n polling thru -g", hi". t.r,ito;'i-s -.vuhcu \u,'ia% ilxil aetvand'ed and .bciiced P'-rmi.rion fo co do. Paris, Feb. i^. TheP rtjorcs of'.he Coir: of Vienna, tiiat have been 10 a. iineexpv.uj to; tr: pit-nipotentiories ot the Kin^ or.i Ins .-'.1'iu-, .: e it la 1 4;-ii�Cu4iQffl the '.'ag.ii, io :iut w ; ;r.u . ;.oon hear u h it uas df-^ijede A- Seveur. d An'ogon wl i ax fo. his GLra:t, "e co J. I- Chape le. The lereral camp* ies that ua.^ >.o>.c;*:?^ or ur-nijKir.g provii;oa� to ;bc amy in Flanders theapj .T.ch-i..g canj-a;j.�n, went a few dav. ii-.ee to Vcr aLes, to r.-ceive otoers oa .h's head. It is .h!i :';c j..-" y.nioa that til campaign wj.i be cp-r. ' > - I t'.-i v e ::v-'. .> h : .,, . i-6 th� x^oiix . v. wh',il . c \t 1:.'. .-..cord .v to 11,-r.e adVr-s ^ \ I/-ct <. . ,Vierchar.a.r?n that laii./ ; ( oar We:t India Colon.e.;, are al. ,-.t .. -. . ! .Aiitwcrp, I eb. 2-. .' tarfhal Lev 'n.l - . ... 2 0;h in.l.in: ior iU\:'i, uined at the Mx\. cons, comn; jeen .ong in aei-au Zoxn ; ird ac the lir-c tire r-�> \ci<- d.d/g<.ncc a uted or. the iide ot Merz, Tijjor.viile, ar.J ...t rhe guar towns jn Aliace i that it js ji.ro ::ble o determine whether the court propob. to open the ciropai?r. wi:h the liege ot NUe.: richt, 01 t in�Tr.bu;gh, or or both. O-. claC ;!on at iitrgen op-zoo r have furred lb rr.'jcrf by fjvkneis, thac the r!oipitai__ was too iinall for the ule ot tuca ho were indil^oreii ; and orders were theiejpori given for dealing that bconeire to the townItnen ; and, upon ihcir noc being fo alert in performing th. order as we expected, there followed Idme debates, \\ hich concluded with blows , but in the end they were lorced to decamp, and to carry their Gek i..to the chusch of the ;ioipital, parfuant to the Go vdnor. urdcis. Hagaie, Feb. 19. A fe%v clays ago a Ccrjrre: fet out f.o.n hence fo. B.ed�, and carried inductions relating to the ht'jauon of arfairs in theleptrts: He is noW come back, ana we hear that every thing is ver quiet there on tae i;de ot thc rrer.ch, whofe principal View fecms to be to rurnifh Bergen-opJ.oo.~u wich provifions. From the London Gazette^ Petersburgh, Jan. 30. The Order for the March of the Radian Auxiliaries lor the Low Countries, was lent on the -Sth inft. Higuc, March 1. The Council of State preientedl lalt Sat.t:day to th- States_ General, a Petition for the iu :. of 6,- r.oco Florips, for the extraordinarv charges or ^ie enf.iing Campaign. The Prince of Oi"ange received this Morning Advi-^of thc Death of Lieut. Gen.. Matha, and iirunediaceiy Jifpofcd ofhi*Regiment ot Dragoons in favour of General Trips.i By oiir An vices from Petersburgb, the Ruffian Auxiliaries are luppofed to have entered Poland about a fortnight ago. The End of the 1 ondon Gazette. LONDON February 1%. * ' They write frqaj Stockholm, chit the comnvflloners 1 of the Navy at Careliooon have contracted for viilual-iDg.tbe Fleet ; cfaac theie dre aiready about i�.ooo feafflen atcbat port, and that thev arc to be encreaied fo heftfe^te-i ing*-^s for the men of War ind .Frigates, wJMeb,it "Teen faid Sweden i- to fur-nifh to France, they teji % that thc court has no hand in th'n affair, the contract being only between fome Swedifk iiibjecxs and the French court, who are to contrive as well as they can for the arrival of the laid Ihips in the ports of France , the Swedifh Government intending to do nothing inompatib. witn trie Neutrality they have lefoived to obierve. Thcfe advices add, that Mr. Guv Dickens the Britiih miniver, lias received theanfwer of his court abojt the Sj&ir of Mr. Springer fhe Merchji:, who 'Ook 'efuge Oi his hodie, and was talun from thence and tent back to prifon, as wis related fome time ago; bv which aniwevhis Excellency has had the tktisfacoon to fee His conduct in that agair entirely approved by his Britanaick Majefty* They write from Suuex, that the Lite Snows have rendered the roads impatlablc ; and that the Shepherds on the South Downs hav? lad 3 "rear number of Sheep, it being m ware pbb� fouf feet dt:p.
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