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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - April 11, 1847, London, Middlesex /* J f ol. XLA L r Numb 27. UEsQcdlRRENCES. From SATURDAY Afril the 1 ith, m *FV ESDAT April the i4rh 1747. [ay aw'rved ONE Bartfh Packer, which hroiifht tiw Holland Mails. Pttnibems, fdxnb 18- h ARON de BreWa'ch and Lord Hjmd*>rd ) having each receiv'd a Courier, Jmei both had- an Audience ot the Eruprelis, }n whifa they are laid to have declared,. ibmpt � That it nee itappear'rf viftbly by. �*1 � e Steps France ha.'J hitherto taken, under Ptetenc* opening % Way to a general Peat-e, that Q*e on-fought to gain Time to execute herDefigns con-rted with certain Powers th�ir Impes ial and Bri-nnkk M'jellies had taken the Refolurion far to �ke the utmoft Efforts, in Conjunct Kin with the flies, to obtain the pacinck and eqaic;bfc �nd ,ey M propoifd, innrm Confidence, that her Jm-jftal Majefty of all the Rufljas would not tail to �.ontribute thereto, in Virtue of the ftriit Alliance jfubnfting betwixt them ; the rather, fince ft could pot be doubted that the French Minifter at the p>orte w s forming Intrigues, which couU not fail f Hiring up new Troubles in the Eift.''-"Whit An* wer the Court made is not known ; bat to judge y Appearances, it wis fuch a one as was wiih'd ^or. Orders have been repeated to all the Govei� ors of Provinces to keep the Regular Troops in their leveral Departments ready to march at the firft Notice, and to take Car* that the a bfenc Officers eturn to their Ports in Time. Petenbourg, March �l. Affairs weal the fajTie Al"� it here they have dose for fome Time pad. The Emprets is determin'd to maintain the Part (be has taken, in refpefl-to the general Syftera of Things in Europe, and with chac View has 0i" der*d aJl the Mil�twy Preparations throughout tbc �mpire to be quicken'd, that if attack'd on any Side, the may be able to defend herielf at the Tame Time fhe powerfully fuccours her Allies. Tbc fifty choufand new�rais'd Men are to be form'd into to battalions, which are Co be'incorporated with the �eld Regiments, by augmenting each with a &ai* talion. Stockholm. Mitch %%. The Dyet have pafs'd a very �ltra nople, has given Orders for considerable Bodies of his Subverts to hold themfelves inrcadinels to take the Field on the flrft Notice, This, join'd to the declaring the Bafhw Kinpctlii Serafquier of the Forces in Servia, Bulgaria, Wallachia, &c, feems to be a convincing Proof that the repeated Solicit ations of a certain Court, have it lafi prevah'd with the Grand Signior, to lay afide his Reiterated Promifes ot maint ining an uninterrupted Peace with the Chriftian Powers. Litben, Mtrth t. The Marquefs of Tabernagg, who has fo often been mentiun'd in Advices trom this place, is abfohitely determin'd to return to England: He even intends to tet out this Week, tod has neither been able to 5ni(h the Negotiation for opening a Commerce between England and Spain, nor what regards his own privatf Perfon. Mifa\l, Mtrcb 10. The young Pretender [loot It ^uadakxara 'ritl the |tfth to wait for h� Car-riafes, and that Day, in the Afternoon, let out by rh? Way ot P.mpelona and Bayonnc to return )MO ypnee. All the Inih tlw; |,ere paid h,ia* a VjTu arGusdalaxlra. thejfteporr thut he di I not iee the King apppears tor be falfe; for w-e know fir\ce his Departure", thit, though he. had no publicjc tcjrjCfySew.he/a* tfreir Re:�nmg Mi-, /eflles twice in private^ an� alfb p'id a v&tin to theQiieeoOoytEer, ffifr''tigShoHif Roval Family. The,Ki4ic^Je:a f^i^fWo^s -.o be raid him, afldprefengd^-giqa 'wm^Sne ^olu-hilted Sword fet with Bf/t!j nts. TpW QJiettt iAV-i (00 %o%. "with tier Piftuf^ Jrnd"a Rihg valurd �t titty Pi�0*ev Tft''miQjW Differ aifo madV hiht rfeb Pr#:t j^Tamns, belonging to the Marseilles Embarkation, were ar riv'd at Porto Fjno, and fiurf "others at$eiUi �si Levante; The Troops on Bctard landed the next Day, and arriv'd the z jd at St. Pietra d'Aena, to the Number of about ioco Men. The fame cay an Expreis arriv'd from Spejzia with Advice, trut abour ^oSiil being likewjle l'lrr of the Mirieilks Embjrkation, were pur inro the Gulph Qt that Nitne, in fpjre of tour Eqgiilfr \fen of War, who dialed rbem in Vain two D/y* ia-"celji Le|horn with Arms, Equipages, &c. bcionguig to the Aufttian Troops. Seyjrtl of the'Companies of the newnif'd Burghers aPpftired YefterdaK for th* ft ft Time in, the Place � Atnrs, beiBgclo!b=d iP cbekilo.f r.n, and difeiplined as Regular Troops. Their Un}-� form which coft near 409 Livrrs ea^h, confiif s or a Coat ot good Cloth wi^b a black Velvet Wailt-coat laced with Gold or Silver, and SiiveHiilted Swords. Nmri, M^cb n. The Count de 5^bulemberg having received Letters from General Brown and Adr miral Medley .acquainting him with the nking and dilperfing the grefteit pirtof tbeCoavoy l^nt trom Provence for Genoa, bis Excellency retolv'd to im prove that luckv Hit, by putting bis Troops into Moiion, and advancing directly to G$ooa, For this Purpole the Army beg*n to march tbe j jd Intrant with ArtiDery. AaM�uuitio� Baggier, in three Columns, in order to come through tbe like Number of Paffes into the Plain of (Stnoa. The march wascootinued tbc tj by the B^chetta, dr.wing cowards Pietrt Laveaara, Voiwggk), Langako, and ; Ponte Decimo, where all the 1 roops were to join, %nd then pour down at on^e iotp tbe Plain. Moft of tbe Detachments of armed Peafaots, that were found on the Route, w�re defeated, or pat ro the flight, aud we dilJodgM from the Hills tlmofl �U that bad taken Poft thereon. The iou.1 Weather % we have bad fince tbc �id having �little i^p^ir'd Tbc &o�ds, the Army w�> oblige 19 balf for the Arrii'ery and Anmanition ; fo that k hag not yet rcachrVLponrr Dechno. Th cca. Cons no Alteration in the Plan ot 0;'enrJon*s at the worft, it vuii only put us back a few Diys, feeing t!i.;t 1 bit lJart the Flinch Ccn'-'oy. wbi.b h�s ir.ad; llii.t to recch tht Cosll of Gcooa, h^s not'brough: Succoc/s enough tn enab'e tUF^Gi* noele to make Head ag,ainit l|. We march up to tbern with 18 or io,c~.o Men, and )v. high Spirits, and have 50 Pie es of CJirnon and Monars, vhivh we reckon Iuf5 jent to comruand Entra nee into tbe Cffy> Of Uy ir in Afhes. Pjvis, Minb ;9. We have Jul receivy Advice, that the "-arch of the Army is lufpend^d tor ibrno Time upon A cc\:nt o: th- b^d Weather. The E;ielii}i have Jem :Iilh' < Batt-ry of ei;htPie�es of "Cannon ana f-ur Mortars b.Iorigins to the Fr.-nch, and b^ve lurk 1'cvera/ Veff.ls crfC-nre^, nhich ve e pTibibly de-in'd nuke a DcRtr.f - upon the Ifl-yid of Sr. Ma^gare t. Purnii. 1. An unexpecled Dirfeence' has happen'd -.ipcn the Cor nil'ation of lz,oco Florins ta the Curtt?--Houl:1, belonging to a Grerk Mer-i'.ii.t, iaCcni'^-.T-.c or th? Pi ohihjtion of
tnnat oi TftP�fwaer, and brontht r-Jf io3--S^.�p, ^ ith a eood Number Of Cattle, ii'^m the Sale o' which the Merchant had -ev. tt>e to been reixb'.-.iicd his ccn.V'c ted Mo attendant Ch'rger. Th: R .r.'inder is piiced "theExpence of procuring thnS.:isuftson-� This Bijfavo f:t,ni to bf\v btird v>bn O.'ivtr Crmveei Adorn hie On -tin. VVe^ Jeran trom Condantinople. that the Eng-liin Mjiiifter j.< ingirar Credir'viith the Porte, and that our Miniifer, M. Pmicler, has from th? "gmprejs prdented his Ex.el.-.n y with a Ring of the Vi.ut ot toco v^ior in? - in Con lid/ration ot the Service he has dene in giving tir.j and Jiftinft In-ttU'tpt(t of the Drfign ot his Sublime Hrghnet's to frwnun ibt Peice w,xh rheir Irr.; ei ii! M
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