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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - March 12, 1847, London, Middlesex i XLVII. UE O Numb. 22. CCURREVCES. From SATURD AT March the iarh, ro TVESDAT March rhc 15th, . 747-1 tolsy arrival one Britifh Packet which brought the following Advices. From the London-Gazette. I j Admiralty-Office, March 6. ' x the 4th inft. arrived at Portfinouth the Union, a French legiftcr (hip of 3� guns and i? ortfmoar!i, a French , called the f,:and Bid. e of ii Puns and u-.o ;';h was takt-ii on the � -th of ia:t month, in cliar.:, by carr.Camrbell, in hi; mnjefty's fhip Bl. :i, after a chace of lour ho:.':s, and n:ing g ; u!?/ at he.. ' (an...are a';fo le ive1, in alette from apt. Potior dir.? jrficer of his rr.ajeftv s /hips at bios " � '��!�-" Ieeviar '. I:ands, drred the i:th of Kfix}. 'nat his r.w v's (hips m tho'e nuts had jihEi'thjVv :!'! of the convoy that fried from Ktttkh t!ie ;"r- ..'1 rr.cn of war which Sir Edward rfcfeL in wrh
Lieutenants, tt) ;.s: Style, \ Roe:rt Br.cenell, - lov lihend, and -Oc.: vi-, !n"-':i-v.--.n, Ur, to he Capt, tne i core T IfaRi^l ' . '��(s r hi Enfigns in aid Regimt. ;n of a Cor*pany 'inert of I>o: GtianAs, commanded in. v.'jL'ia.'n Anne, Earl of Albemarle, Ijuio 'I i-.unas. to be -!a";'- \ Foiccs; and ptain-Lieutenant in the" faiJ "o re t ( �Uu inn-or?. id;'f-nant Colonel to the co.nmarjd bv the lit. .-neraj of his M&,eiiy's .- firfi .Mi;or, vc, to be Jecond Major, intnt. rdRfri:i,(i.t 0' ' s.johr. La:! 0. .j John. SvOtt, to John v\ iid.t. \ Cou: K.xMt, ' > Captains. >� xn, Captam-Iieotenant; and �uc-., Lieutenant in the faid R.-girrent. 3. ick, to be ik>" tenant Colrr.el to the oons commanded by hisRoya High- ]ohn i Jo -! . Martii. ' Vet - ... Cumberland. Jaw Otway, to be Major to the faid Regi- Otway, to be I ie.irenant Colonel to the �'U:iP>.r.t of rruoon Guards, co;nrr.uaded by , F.l; -n be Qtptain of a Company in Voc , cim'-niaaeil by the Rt. Hon. Ar.c:,,u. And . ..jr.. to be Capcain-Lieutenant in the N V. foi'ifl r>? ft:' � I'.l: er.* y>E!qito be Ma'or "to" the Regiment bv Co'onel Thovras ^^:^-av-^ WiL "to be; POO- r,:- Ric '. a Captain; and sv'i;iia.n NY right-� .icitenan: in the laid Regiment. ''�"�'isMcrcier,' ^0 'e Lieut. Co), to the Re-'ot coru;rar.d:d by Sir William Peppell, ttev, to b � Major, and ifon, to be C^tzm of-a Company in the Efp, to b? lykjor to tbc Regiment of ' d bv Col. Tohn lee, >icna-^ T. 4,^ rr � -i ^randd by I^tenaot General ^ William Rickfon, Efq, to be Capcai.i of a Co.-npiny in the'Regiment.of Foot commanded by Co!. Peregrine Lafcelles. William HiCkman, Ef-ji to be licjt. Co!, to.hi-; \[a-;ei?ys own Regiment or Wel�h Fuziia: , co.Timandcd by Lieut. C#n. John Huske. Richard Ridley, Eiq; to be Captaaa of a CoTrpany in the Regiment of Foot coninanded by I ieut. Ucn. Roger1 Handafyd. And. John Waite, Efq-, to be Lieutenant Governor of Pen-dcnnis Ca'^le, in the room of Brigadier Genc;a: Honah-ton, deceafed. The End of the London-Gazette. LONDON', March It is faid that a General Officer lately Lent to Italyjhas orders to take Vienna in his way, and execute a Com-mjjl'.on of importance there, relative to th operations of the next Campaign, and u ith a view mor-c:pecialiy to.revent any Difputes between the General, of the Allies when they come to Action, which it is conceived is of lo much the greater conlequerce ac pref.tu, ab the djlkppoir.trr.cnr of the .cchrme.v of theLnerry in Itaiy wou:d very probably pave the way to a feperate Pe ce with Spain, an Event which wo::ld be equailr ber.crici-al to the Allies in g:ne:a', ana to the liiitiih Nation in parcicular. A Sett.-, rrvr.t by force of Arms for Her. Phi. lip .i.igh: entail in u.s j War for le-� en Years ioruer. hear that the Oronzr.'} reprefenta-.iors will be rr�ade, both a: the Co:i:t- of r.e.lin and Drelde , -aair. the lee et practices cairi.d onto alarm the German 1 cts on the fcore of the march of the Ruffians, snd to prevent any oppofition :ron : cing iride tiie'ero in the Dyer oi'Ratisbon, gro: nded uron the KibTanti ii reafon or tiiei. ir.ar. hing in fupport of thst Ccufe in which the Eii.pire irielf has lb r.cr a concern, and to uhich if"a':/ confiderable prejudice Qioaid come, the Li. erties of Ger-mai'.v v.o.ild becor/.e precarious, as depeedir.g entia-iy on rhc plcalure of a few great Courts, of which France wo'.iid be one. To luppofe theretbre, that any of the nrft conf.deable of the Electors (bould concur in a Scheme lb prejudicial to themleives as incor.hftent with their known Chiradlers for paideros and poiicv. Aii the Magiftrate: and_People of Br.:ffcls rind them-felvVs under 3 neceTity of makir.g vafr preparations for the recc rion of Martha 1 Save, howmuchfo?v:r a?ain/t their Gram, ins Emi (arics afltit much kindneil to:� ards the- co'vn:on fort of people, and endeavour to perl'uade them, that as Governor General of the Low Countries he will ave it in his \.o ^ *r ro render the.n great Service-, and to allevife th? burthen of thole Taxet of vhich they fo much comrlain. Thefe proceedings are fo utterlv inconfillent m ith the ends propofed by the ~Co:,fe-r:"r.ce to fee the Trger and her prize fafe ' inroBrilo!. > The follosving Slips, part of the Outward-bound Portugal Fleet, were either loir or taken, viz. Tring , Gaily, Dornford ; the Seaflower, Indaih'y,* Recovery, ; Robert, St. George, and Duke of Cnmberland ; aBri-ganune. Hicks, belonging to Portfinouth ; a Sloop, � Green, from TopQiam , a fhip, Bowell, from Cowes i the Cranbury, Guiliame j and the Diamond, which was , taken, but fincc re taken. A Letter from Charles Town in South Carolina mentions, that the F�nch ar.d Spaniards are very bafy in that udghbourjiood; and that they are making kxne extraordirtary preparations at the Havanna. And we hear they have- taken leveral Englilh Veflels upon the coalr, i�twithilanding,'the vigilance of the mefi of war; ; but the enemy's, vettels deal chiefiy jn (hoal Water, ) where the men of war cannot come at them. 1 We cannot as yet oblige our readers with,the,names J of the French mips tlm efcaped Admiral Hawfe, but Jj thei/iambei; taken and deftroyed are tw�tf-three� nice 1/ of which are carried into Barbados, ten into Ariugua, one into Montferrat, and th^ee drove v\o:e ar Mart nico i bat the.t- is r,c certain account u-har nuirbe"3r i f-iiu to b Antigua th aid to be M-lay ready to Europe ; and taken by the privateers, !v.r it i Excellency henry Legge.Efqvat the . :ag ic. Satuiday a great number vi Grey Horfes^ere qoar-tered in the Boiough, in orde to embark :bt Fla.iJers to remount the regiment of ^eor.h G:"r\ >. � Saturdey .a!t the rj.Laind--' of t'-on board two .'hips at Wooiw'<.\ co lix [ieccs of cannon, a ' etttrs f'om ;a .raiu T a;n wcT put J Ibxe orher diced th �A thirry- i.'u or adviic, that the'har :.er v'co-.v, Cert". H j-iven-ooi, rro.' waslor, wirn uinev, hiving * j- b lo'.ging 10 chat port, has :ak n and carried in cnec- a :..o>v lauen with Cocoa and Money. The "�kelereo Priviteer, Capt. Cooic, of ; ^ guns, carried in there a v-c;fei ot 00 tons, laden with Cocoa, Brandy, and Plate, all which are valuable pri7es. The Porcupine ^-loop of War is arrived at Briftol wich difparches fio-u Commodore Pocock .-.t Aitisrtta, the Captain ot which arrived at the Admiraitv Office on Sundav laft, and bring, advice, that th? faid Corn-mod o c had taken about tw -nty-lev.-n F.encii fhips� o..t ward -bound to Martinico from-Old France, and the Privateers had taken alio a great number mo'e ; the whole it is iliid are up-.* ards of rifcy, and valuable prizes. That Admiral Knowles was arrived there from Bo!ion, ar.d lailed agii.i to Jamaica, in cder to take upon him the comm<.nd cf his Mrtjeftv's ihipson that fktion , and that fix Men of War of M. Bourdenay 8 fquadron were to fail from Martinico with the Trade from thence, St. Domingo, &cc. confining of about 100 Merchant fhips, about the middle of January. ~ There is advice, that Sir Edward Hawke s fquadron, conhfring of 11 fhips of the Line of Battle, is before Cadiz, in qrder to block up that port, thereby to prevent the tailing of the Outward-bound fnips, and to intercept thole that are ho Tieward-bound. On Satimhy !afl an Inqueft was irrrpanneMed in pur-foance of a conru.lion of the court of Chancery vto enquire into the Lunacy of the Moft Noble Marquis of Annandale, viz. George Lord Carpenter, Foreman, Sir Robert Grofvenor, Bt. Sir AnthonvWeuvomb, Bt. ^ir Thoma, Ciar^es Bt. Wiliiaiu as, Efq; John Upton, Eiq; , Thomas Po r I., E% Sir Robert ^.ich, Bart. Sir Hugh Smrthfon, Bart. Sir JohnCrols, Bart. Nicholas Woole^on, Efq; John Powell, Efq; T-.m/le Stanyan, Efq; Thoma--, Rea, Efq; _ _ , Who upon a full examination of Witne'Ls, and of his Lord.'hip, found, that t^.e laid George Marquis of Annandale is a Lunatic, and incapable ot the Government ofhhnftlf and his Eftate ; and that his Lord (hip had been lofrom the nth of Oece.riber, 1^44. We hear that Sir Pete: Warren has taken fcveral prizes; Extrcft of a letter from Sheernefs, March 6, Since my lair bis Maje!ry'i fhip the Crown is come down from Chatham, and remain with the Ailifhnce at Blackfhkes. On tuefdav laft hisMajefty's Ship Gibraltar failed oa a cruize, and on wednefday the Arundei anchored ac the Nore. On thurfHay the Serpent floop, Capt. Milbank. (ailed, and the Shark floop failed from hence to the Xore, where fee remains with the Barfluer and Arundel. The weather haying been pretty moderate this week, a great narcber of outward-bound merchant Tups hay*S pafleil by the Nore, bound on foreign vovages. Laft night a merchant fhip, name vet unsnovm, got alhoTe on the Muriel Bank, under Minfter in o k 'ffand; but as it is calm weather they hope to g~r he - o^Tin the flood. There is a J�rge (loop of about ? ^ tons, wh:ch \m beating to windward about three days ago up the ri� Her^ but ajifling Sluys, ran on the Vore-iknd, where fhi� i s fliice btflged, abd caeanet -fx
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