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   London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - April 4, 1847, London, Middlesex                                XLVt Numb 25. ues Occurrences 1 'l  '<�   ' i 1      '    '     1 From  SATURDAT April the 4th, toTUESDAT Afril the 7th. ;747- Sunday arrived ONE Bririft Factor, which brought the toliowing Advices. It torn lb� LONDQB GUITTIS. bbfltit Mirth 7� N the NiftK of the 1 id paih t*d Abbes Subjects ro. the .I'opc, OM ' Njidc one- Lmilij and thfc other Lrcce, were, br ord.r of the com-mitre* ot DimMerus. arreted and conducted to Citlie Njiovo* ufog icion ot b-irig ttnifl" ries from the Court ,,of n*.   On te zeib anchored at this Port, two port VeiTcK, one with tbe remaining pare qf king's Troops, made Prifoners of wu at Tot/-" �, and the other with i7eSpanith SoHiirv ar-d and conducted to Martone as Psilqncrs ot , by an Engliih Frigate, and dnce releaied.-r-: urr.  On the iijthpaft, the Popq, attended by 1. Si:nonetti, the Governor ofRoiiie, M. Mcfmer, reifurer in ordinary, and many prelates of bis j^d Crumber, recciv'd, with the ulml publick Joriiiajicies from Ordinal Vaknti Gonxaga, 5e-jpetary or the Snre, the Oitb as high Treasurer of the See of Room, and inve;led him with all the �Auchorky belonging to that poft, of which his ^minency took PuiieflGon accordingly, and received Compliments thereupon from the College |-of Cardinals, many pi eL res, and the Nobility.- iThen the pope nominated M. Simosetti Vice-t5>e*fur�r.  On the sth Uiita�xa Courier trots Gc frioa, by way of Orbitello, pafled by this City for Naples.  On the rfth, Madame Fogiiani, after ha vr ingfeen the Antiquiijes of this City, proceeded on her Journey to Naples.  Preparations are making at Palo and other Villages, for the Reception of the Pope on the Journey which he intends to take toCivita Vecchia. Ptrrnce, Mircb 14. By the laft Mail from Lom-fcardy uc are informed, thar in conference of Directions from the Court ot Vienna, dilpofitions are making at P a:emi* to divide the large Train of Artillery. Mortars, Affl*imnition and Miliary Stores taken in the laft Campaign at that Place from the French, Spaniards, Neapolitans and Ge-noefe; one half of which is to be conltgncd eo th* King of Sardinia. Recruits from Germany by the Tyrol daily join the Auifrian Troops in Lombai-Ay, and mtny Battalion*of Veteran Troops from Parma, Plxencia, and other Garrifon Places have marched to join Madfeal Schulembourg at Noyi, who is making the DeceSkry prepaiationsto b�gin hjs Operation* againft rhe City 01 Genoa j to vehih end frequent Councils*?! War are *bjeid by the Auifrian and Sardinian Generals. Tha End of tba LONDON GAZETTE J, Hague, Mirtb 31. Tbe Hopes and Fears with jqc�-fard to the next Campaign feem to tarn upon 4 Points, vii. the Emprels of R-iflia'^afSftance of the Allies, the Behaviour of theTurks on the Frontiers of Hungary, the luperk>rk� in the Netherlands, �nd the Reduction of Genoa. It is not doubted but the Ernprefs pf RuflJa can fend a Urge Body of Auxiliaries into thelna-pire it flie can but k een given us, even upon Paper, -Their Preparations feem to be forward, and their Re&luti^ under the Duke of CjrnberUnd,. o*ore^terce than ever. On the other hand, FranceV�j(filifts greatly to boaft, and often with too muclfReafon, rlow talks rngeneal only. She fays, indeed, thst (he {hall be fuperior to the Allies i b�t neitjbec bet Troops nor the Generals i appear   the laft Dregs of Spiric among her People, and induce them to part with tbe Ufl Louis to preferre the Glory 01 tbcxr Monarch? Why thir, indeed, the has before done, and the Expedient did for a Campaign or two �gainir the Duke of Marlborough.  Bur this Kind of Defperation oagbt to give no Terror to her Enemies. P*rii, -March 13, O. S. We were ereatly Hirpriztd tp Heac th� chc eldeft Son of the prcreoder, who lefc Avignon fome Time ago, wasacr  but running,aground, and not being able to gtt her off they nfird her, changed BoaR and left her. Be� tween Senipuxent and Chingor**gue the laid groes took a North Carolina ys&ei, bound tp Philadelphia, laden with Potatoes , and haviqg plundered her, lec her go. Entering intoChingo-teag^e, they took a Sloop belonging to Ca.pt. Tay-lp<, with his oaly.Son, and three othis Negroes on board, ill whom they feixe4^ and cook PoUel-fion oi the veflel. During their Potfeffion of this Sloop, they boarded a New-England Vcffet, and took Hands out of her: But the Wind being caOerly, they could not get out tUi the Weather became more calm; when the PyrAtc Negroes prppoJcd to 0 out to Sea ; One of the New England Men and � Negro of Opt. Taylor's feemmgly approved the Dcfign; cV rcprefenting to the five NegXoes, thax they were in want of a good Quaptity of Water for lucb in �ncerprizeT themfelves were deputed to go on Shore in the Boat and fetchlit.        Being got fafe on Shore, tbey alarmed the Country, and fomt Pcriaugers were Toon named, and turnilhad with Arms arid Ammunition, |nd quickly came up with the Pyrates, who feaaed determined to make a defperate Defence, but their Ammunition beiqg fp o longer loli:itin^ :hejrq'-eis de Lauraarie for French Commillior.s. The Heureute Famii^e, Jean Gdudry St, Ccoly, Mafter, from M.irtini-0 tor Bourdeaax, is tak:n by bis Mafelly's Ship the Ma'rdltone, the Hon. Capt. Van Keppel, .nd carried into Lisbon. The Foimidable, Mornerc, i'ro.r. Mirrinko for Bourdeaux; and the Felicjte, Coil don, alio rrom Martinico, are taken an J can ied m:o Lisbon, by his S^a/eiVy's Ships tbe Captain. Sunderland and Toe JoUy Batcbelor, Kemp, b^und to Jimac:a, foundered at S�a, an.1 the Or;* were taken up by a fcfartirvicoShip, whicha\nip wasaftewards t nh Sagar and Coffee, belonging to theGot-rror cf thatlfland: Ti;e retaken Shjp is the BaihGaiky, CaF1^01^ Nichollon, itor J^raacia, which was taken by a D-g^er privateer, of Bay once, wao had her in PodVlliun eleven Djvs. There is an accountthat the Fleet frcta Oporto, bound to England, cjnliitiog of 34 Ship!, weie ax-rived at Lisbon in leven Days pillage. We have Advice from Plymouth, that th� French Flret was feen 30 Leagues South oSUihant on Tuelday laft. His Royal Highnefs the Duke fet out from tha Hague for Fianders jtiterday, being the Day �xed tor the opening the Campaign. Yetlerda/ there was a Report at St. Jamil's that the Itnpenalift* bad farprijcJ Antwerp, and taken jr, with tome hundreds of Vrench, whwh we m ifli may prove true. Thia Morning General Wentworth was to Ut out for Turin, being to Command next Campaign under the King ot&rdinu. We hear, that the Report of tbe Committee, to enquire into the Affair of the Independents, vuj be made to the Houle next Thuriday. We hear ebac the ieweral Petitioni that hive b.*ep made to bis Majefty tor a RcpXieve lot Lotd L,ovat�mOot be corio led with That th�Piiblick m�y be perfectly fatiwed as to the Aceoentf formerly given or the tbtagth pi (he Auftram GarrHon m Luxemburg^, it ouy not be �mi�* to mention the fevcral Corps ot wbi*-h it cpntittsi vb> Two Companies ana three Battailous of the Regiment ot Price, one Baatalioo of thai of Ugne, oaeCoapanr of Grenadier*, and ooe Saralioft 1& Salob o�e B^t Uoq of Wolh ft-   

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