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   London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - April 14, 1847, London, Middlesex                                k. XLV1. NuMB & ue's Occurrences. From   TVESDAT April the 74th, to SATURD AT April the i8th, 1747. - my Uft tirivtd TWO Brmfh *'bi id rhe-Swedifh MJnifter in Anftrer, That the Em* Srefswas very well pleafed that the States of Swollen dealt fo frankly,and that on her part nothing . lould be wanting that might contribute to the idjufting amicably the Differences thn ftili fubfift-:d between her and Sweden.  The Auxiliaries that ire to he lent to the Aflifhnce or the Emprefs- 1 lueen of Hungary, wafr only for the laft Otders ihegin-tbefr M^ch, Stockholm, Apii 5- It has been unmitroufty rt-(olv'd by the Dyet to onvit nothing which rtuy contribute to maintain a good Intelligence with the Court of Ruffi*, at>d ID endeavour 10 ao M^ca able Manner to'remove ijir SU%erj of Contention which frill fubfifr in relation to-letting rhe Limits in Finland; we have neverrbelefsjujt eaus'da frc& Embarkation, of Troops tor be made to that Coun� try, in order to reinforce the Troops which are already in thOfc Charters. The fitting out a Fleet at Carelftroon (til) goes on, and it is tffured" that; it will put to Sea as J'oon as it is ready, in crderto exercile the Sailors. The MrrQaeftdeUuTna hollas made rtj;e flp*tcnts of *reat Import ancet wbjch have occasioned the taking or new Meafures relating to the old Stfftrfr,  For the King has refofv'd, firtce the Arrival of rhn Cou ier, to Ceiafqrce the Infant Don Philip's Army with ten tnOufind Men and fend him torttrw3rh Remittao* ces requiftre fbr the Eseeution ttf the new PUn concerted with refpect to Italy. t Mte, Mirth 3 jf The En*mf bave, within thefe few,Days, begun to make Dilpofitions for throw� ing'Bridgesacrofsthe Var-, for which PuTpofc they Aave feUVi4 great d*al of Tflnher neat thtt River, arid brought ddwft to k a cdnfideraWe Quantity of other Njaterialsj but js tbe^t have mptajatry i Trqopsonthat Side, nor anf cotjfidferabit ftitga- ' this, we don*t exped to tit them very foon an this^eof dwtRiy�n ! ; r�ri5, April Cr/dnt wfciflertberg*! Army iHO hc&m x6Marj:bTo^orrow^|peS�: TWitk-nexai Hai already dehcbMl fdrerarjCorps to occupy the Avenues, and fetititate tfie*'Ap|>ro�ch 6f the reff of tilt Troops. They retf lis th�t the Traift of Artillery deftintd fdr theSie*eOfth�e<3ityeirce�a� ltd Piecei qf Cannon and Mo^rs. ,tmw,.M(i th The^�* lioftatit aCoafl^^ rryjMifcrrfrom the Eartof Hyndford, his mjtfr O^^g^lTa^or at petcrsboura;, who after ie�rin| lom DHp�tch� with rhe Rtjpncy, j�roceeded*for U3�r)dbn. Oft this Qccafion we4eaTh, th�t a? A/* fairs ftem to'beedme more 'f'rohroired, inftctd of towa^s an Accommodation, rhe Emprefs ofRoffia hajtaken the firm and generous R.ewJt|)� " look efFea�aJ3y to the Ptefcrvation of th d for this Purpoie to tcakt vour of the Allies, without minding what Humour either Swede, or Pruffian, or Turk may he in; the Orders for the March of rhe Troops, and the failing of the Fleet as foon as the Ports of rhe Bal-tick fhail be clear of Ice, being already iftued. If we may depend on fome Letters from London, the King will let sbotitthe Beginning of May for this Electorate, where the Hopes of feeing his Majefty again, have diifufed an univerfal joy- Rstiii o detach'd Battalions, �fjSquadron$.and ji detac�*d 3iuadtcr� and J3m*t ffie Aaffr5*n$, whtf were draw-log near it, arid totajly defeated tkbm, takinx at the fame Time Patt of their ArtiHery > but the Court has not ycz PubljGVd any A�oUnt of this Exploit. 1     � - � $r?$hi April jj. We are ignortnt wBak js to brflone with the large Train of Af tibery, no icji tHaft iyo batterfh^ elites, ina 10* Morar$,acc �c-ne^cd here To-day or TbHfibrrow ^Ota Domy, TMt Dehgos both of Marthal Saaje and th* Ouke of Cumberland, are krpt inviolably ffcreti but wc (ooaexpeft ib�e�|iter^^ onmportance. The Atlics, who lay they ait fupestor ta the Frcqch,, bare fo'm'd a Canrp �idng from the Mael'c to the Scheldt/ .        * r Hwtt, 4ml if Thl laft Coarier which M U TbeH recejvM froio'PiriJ, bfought kim la&ruith on* not to depart in *ny Point from bis former. The Courier lent to Madrid by M, MacaQas may Sotfibly be upon the Return. conWcrmg ho^long e has been gone ; But we helf-thatxhe Coutt ot Madrid w*do nothing to Ucillcatc the a&mbjjnf the Plenipotentiaries, but in Concert with that of France. Hague* April 17. Overtures are talkM of, in ot-\ der to make the Court of Spain relifh ceruial < Expedients propos'd by the Courts of London, ! Vienna and Turin, in order definitively to cegu� ' late an Eftablifhmenr fbr Don Philip, the great Affair on which depends the Repofe of Italy, and. without which the King of Spain imagines that he cannot with Honour, hearken to any Conditions of Peace". Hutu, April 13. Yeftexday the Grand Penstotaer, M. GiUes, let out for Bred*,and was fcetiowaaidija Day,by the Earl of Sandwich. One of the Ddfce td Cumberland1* Aids de Camp is ttrjv*d bote, hf whom we Learn, that a Fire lately broke out ac the faille of Tilbourg, where his Royal rlighodft has taken up his Quarters; by which Accident tho Kitchens were comumM, tad fome other Apaar* meets damaged i and that a few Days after anotfces Fire broke out in a Houfe near the la,id Caftte, which vat butat down to the Ground, with tbre* or four more. According to pt ivate Lettats from Flanden, there is a Camp of about z�,o�o French form'd between Bruges and Sluys, who bogft that they ftal very foon go upon an ExRgduioaequaJty importartrvad unejtpe eity does indeed demand, as rhe baiis of this Accommodation, an Eftabiifhment for Don Philip, and that too in Italy, which the Emprefs Qiiecn of Hungary, as fimple as this Demand teems to he, wia hardly ever confent to, without fome Equivalent for the Territories that fbajB be taken i&om her to form fucb Efhbllflimeat, and perhaps that may "be out of the conquered Dotni� nions of the Duke of Modena, and thofc of the Re* Sublkk of Genoa, about which the Court of Spain oes not feem much to cancern ic�eJ�, if it can but obtain Parma and Placenria.or the Grand Dutefty of Tqfcauy for Don Philip* in confidfration wberet of the Dutchy of Savoy will be reftored to the King of Sardinia, who will likewlfe without doubt n> m�in m Poffeffion of the Marquifcte or Elnal, there will ftifl arife an e&ntial Difficulty irt theT putting this Icheate in Execution, which is, that the Emprefs Queen wiB fcarce ever hearken to apv Terms of Accommodation with Spa in, exclu^v^q^ the Court of Great Britain i and shit if thjjCjoqt* fhould be comprehended   few Qays SO difpatched Couriers to these refae�ire Courts, e Aniwers to which wiB determine the Point of an Accommodauan, ot not. between thofc two. Powers, *$mm the LOUDQX QAZITTI. HH�*>        |�. tt WE hear from Paris that �b* *w� ComoanJej of Musketeera fet out the 14th tatarst foa the Netherlands, Jhe General Officera who are ea fcrve-in Provence were to bj named tbtt Wefkf aiidi M- ttfilleifle's Departure was ggsd for tj�a iff of M*f*yte LfftVffs from Paoteocti we bear, that the .Eogli* keep very clo/e upon (hat Corf, and that, fe.w Ve6>U fi�f* without being followed and fired a* hy their *�ps, The Veffei* that ran |q�a Monago rem*in there ftil, w^aitkag lor � tavopta �,bi' WMfO Ml for Genoa. The USUtrec? ffonvBtwis. roeotjon, tfwt (he Rea�ent of Qr%* iwoos 9t U ftftorUetjC pauT?d through that City onlfcuffdajr on thei? maoA to �henc aqd were followed fevjpU other R-egiroema, which took the time RoHier*R4 wtfft *t0gjoed, is wis latd, for thfl'Sjrge of the $ssnQ
                            

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