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   London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - April 7, 1847, London, Middlesex                                Numb. 2$% ues Occurrences From   TVESDAT April the 7th, to SATURDAY April the  nth. j747. ay la'Harriv'd TWo^ritift tickets, which bj ought the Hotia&A Mails. ' E have more Anymore Reafon ro be pofitiy* tb*t the Court inlaws to fend fr powerful 5ni�� cour to the Genoele i bat we can neither determine the Number of tbe Troops, rtjf irt what Man* -.ay we to be le&t. We only guefs, by the Muiow that are making, that theb ^^reh. by Vktrbo. Wh t ceis**ie  he mxt Dav be applied to the Miruf-ibr Jcjvc to vffit tbe King, fO which be  pn Tbo-Fitzgerald, Councellor of che Indies, and by *u an Irilhraan, As yet the Rout they purfued fr wards i* not known, though the general Opi*. bn is� that he wjU return to the pla,ce frtjm ice he cape, attyi thence to Rome. , .tors from Barcelona for, that feveril Ttt�f* t Ships were taken up to.e�c, in order tp,earrj Men to'Genoa. - jam, Much i�. The j�th l""ofrant ut Prlfon-i were brought into tbisCity, among whom therf i three Aujlrwn and two Pitdmontefc Offi-*�* hey made pare of a Detachment of 400 Men that Jejztt Jinan. Badi* and the Palace of R-Jggi� jT Olba, frprn whench they w;re loon expelled, eral SkiranMbes have happta'd finee; andYeftem OUT Troops attack^ a. Poft occupied by the ttftrfons, which Comrr�nds Piecro Lavezara, bat Jre not able to carry th~.fr point, however, as |ve fent them a Remforcemept we exped Toon to ear of their Succefs. � The Capta/H oft Msttefe Ship, juft arrived from utia, reports, that a great number of Corficans re aiTemhled in that Port, aqd preparing to fet lil to the affiftroce of the Republic^ we have re-riv'd, within thefe few Djryj, fevera} more Veft as laden with Provisions and other necefjarics. Twin, Aftwfrat. A Report it juft fpread, that be Convoys with the 6o o<8C Hu&rs, rD be fent into thofe Provincesi fraifijtou 4$rd 1, Sa^onOffi-ersireqaentjf^r-s rive here, who are taking tbe Tour or P^ris, to make the Cariiiaign as Volunteers in the Ertnch Army in the low Countries, Bri$is, April j. Marffial Saje arrived here from Paris tbe joth or laft Month, and |s making at) tbe pecepry Efifpofitions for opening �ie Campaign. Count Lowendahi and fcverri othex General Officers are hourly< expected here, in order to confer vubJk Sax*; and put the finifhing Hand to the l�ian of Optra uons la rely fct tjed a tVerfifle*. A Sietc of great Imporcrnee if calk'd o*. but tbe Pub-lick *re divided in their Opinipqi of the Place j however A kv Days wiO tleai up tbj� Point, as veil as an�:har, which is an Expedition that Count Lowendahi is to be fent upon with t body of at kaft }5 �� Men. The lit In/hot, /ufl as tbewares were going to be Quit, t Cornier arrived from Ver&ipes; H|l)if. patches �e M yet a Secret to rJ^PuWlck, except that k is raid beb�s brought MarQ�#l Saxe trefli Qr-.�krs rrom the King about the Opening tbe Cam-P*ign. ' �aw, Hotb �7. We heae from Bretagne that the Artrameria ac Bret go on yery hrisih. tnd that |bips.we arrives in tbe forts of that Pro* tmce from ctbe^ajticJc, laden with Timber and , f>*e?/Mwi Stores fcc the King's Yards. difpers'd by * Storm, that fome of the VefTels have fatten into the Hands of the Englifli, and the red w ere obliged to put into Monaco and other Placet on that Coaft.  Yefterday an Exprefs arrived at Yerfeijfles from Provence, but we don'-t yet hear a tktte of its Difparches. The King has ordered to be got ready the Equip-I age of the Da�phin, who is to go with bu Majei-I ty directly to Natnar, where Apartmeaxs are pre I paring for them. Parit, Jtrif ^ We have receivM Advices from lkfedrid) wnicb are by no means- fatisft&oryi y: feems that the Negotiation at Lisbon is ft�U carried va�'a�ld TbathisCatholick Majefty h not very we if plehfed vrichfhe^etttnetithis Plenipotentiary met \ Wkh at Bred*. J    Marfbal BeDeifle was sdually fet out from bis 1 Head Charters at BrignoHes, and advanced twenty leagues" towards thisCijy. when he received t,be King1* prderj to return* and make, the fp edit ft DifpofitioBs pofSble, fox stacking the County of Sieei and thereby Creating a Diverfkin in F vour , the Genoefe, who, treat prefent. in a manner ^efperate. A Gourie� waslfctteTday difparch'd to �fhe*fiffnt4 Count de ^xe, with Oyders to open the Campaign in the Lo* Countries, according to bis own Plait, with fome Aft ion of Eciat teat may ehange tbe Face of our Afiirx, and revive the Spi* tits of tbe People. The Pregnancy of the D*ur ph,inefs is actually dec'tred. Some People tbink Coont d*ArfrrrfOn, Secretary at W*t, carries with him frefli Infbucjions for M. du Thei^ �* grett Inrporance. Hdgut, Afrit 5. The Veldt-MarfHal Count Bs* thianj fet oat the 3d lnOant far Bois-l� Eruc.^-Tbe Etake of Cmnberland will take the fame Route the jrb, with General Ligonier, end the other EngfiOj Officer! here, his Royal Highnels's E^uK pace being already gone before him. NO Illy is yet ffx*d fqr the Departure of the Pieoipotfrntianes 00 their Return to Breda \ b,ut 'tis thought they will repair thither the bef inning of next Week, as it is reckoned that the Courier lately difpatch'J to Madrid by tbe Smnili Pieni-potentifry may come back by that Ti�J*� > The Rendezvous of the Auftrian Troops is at Sitttrt; hue a Body of if,000 of them will be detachM to join the Foroes of Eoilaod ana the, Republkk, who are ro affembie in the IJeighbouX'" ��ood of Breda, where the Heffian Troops are ex,-peded forthwith. Hgue, Aptii 6. The Imperil Minifters here have feceivM a Letter from General Cou 86 Squadrons, but of what Force tbefe Battalions and Squadronsm*^ be, they own they cannot fay, *tifl after the Review, & perh 1 ps they wtQ not be in hifteto tell us then. Ori our fide, Thing ^re as forward *s we can tx-ptct i the Englilh and Dutch. Troops which afe to (ompofe the Grand Army, are hall enkig towards Breda, and will bejoin'rf by ir^oo Auftriansi his Royal High net* the Duke of Cumberland \s fet out to take the Command. Tbe General and other Ofircers have had Orders to repair immediately to their Polls j and, U is beiievM if will not be Jong before we have the News of an A^ion, it. a tc is confidently reported, Marfhal Saxe has Oi* der� to hazard a Battle. was*rr�vtd�G�no|, with tfie VeOc]s and Tropps *iH*�"?.m 49�i*>os hut, that the Convoy from tvjCes, likewise bound the for Geqoe^ has been h�m ArLONOON OUITTI. tfft, Hsrch 31, An Oj$cer fent by Admiral Medley to Baron de Lannay. Commandant of the Fort of ViDa Franca, has brought the News, rhat Yeflerd>j the fiaglilh took, offV Mornco, ry Vef. lelj with French Troops onboard trom Toulon to Genoa.. Two others had efcaped into the H*r houro* Monacoj and 2c wa$ f^ppofed, rhat r--r b#, who were entirety difperfed, would endeavoar to get hack to fome Port In France. An Engtifh .Captain, arrived InTowri ftoce, from on board tfieSquadrob; gives the fame Account, as an Eye W4tnefsi and adds that by che Pofirion of the Squadron, tfieffhouW give � good Account of the cef. By thlj Oflj;ers Report, the whole Con- J voy^amoojiced to between |oand 49 VefTcls of all tmtihMfrtb *S- By Letters received from Savons and Viltk Fnnca, there is an Account, that ^BI^M^W fW^Marf^ |nd Jout Ion, ha vine on b.ard tfooo Men deflgned tai reinforce and affift the Genpefe, put to Sea for the lie-, cond rime on the ifth or 17th Inftant> that tbe iranfporcs in their Piflage fell about the xoth, w'th fome Engiifh Ships cruizing in. rhof'e parts, th  of which were clofely purvued by an Engiifh f^ao of War; three Ships with Spanifh Troops were got into Agay, an,d two at AntibesvwarctM there for M. de Ja Mint's farther Orders.  M. Taobin. having w'th him Ten 1 fan/ports with Spaniifl Troops, was ftUl M^i^finf' Advices from Bru^als lay, that the Troops Quartered about Ath and are to march in a few Days ; and that thofc that are in the Neighbourhood of CourtraY are immediately" to rdllow rbem. The French are putting great Quantities of all the necc^rfes for t Siege m Boats upon the C*na! ^tBruflsis: A Train of heavy Artillery, thar arrived from Brui^ fcis thegth Inftaat is likswife to be embarked.- Count Lowendahi ii not to return to Namur. 4s was ftid 1 tie fs co continue with. rhaL SUrfha! de Saxe. M. de Beikifla is arrived at ^enailles and it is faid rtat he is"loosto return to tbe Army.-: CouvdeClerrrjont \s gone ro rake upon him &c Command of the Corns, faid to be aflembied near Sedan. The la reft Letters from Milan am ived ac Paris, and the News from the Mediterranean, creafed tbeiy Fears from Qenoa. Ttia �o4 otcba LUNOOW OAZ&TTi. ,_-.-^- ,ij.:tn from tip London ftmi ?^ Mefflffrfai L p N DON, April 4V    '    r Thofe       have Urely midc ObfervatJons on the C-1 Ibermtmiitr, affure us, that the fytruf in it are at this Tioie'WgJw lhan they haye ever 1) fore been fince the Wo broke otic in tbe r�4f The trnercrpcing of rh* Convoy to Genoa* alt tiougb it di e be^l aded rhe Farce of Resignation, and to prorurej Honours aud Preferments ro be fo ced, as St were, upon him, Tnis ha* b.tn 1.1 old Trjck of A*t brtion. n   whiie fixing his Yoke upon their Ne�ks. Bjt tome rimes tb� jelf hasheen .arried too far. Caota*(UitpenKtj ail bis LHe Tb>r he had tqo obf-inarrly r�ius'(�V*��e Title ot l^ing, when it w , pre rtVd   pon hknr We hear tnat a (Uong S tuadion, cc�nriitjng o| pSai| cfM^^Wnr, �rp f^jippirrg �Hh   

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