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   London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - April 25, 1847, London, Middlesex                                XLVI. ue Numb 31, Occurrences. From   SATURDAY April the 25th, to TV ESD AT April the 28th, 1747. which Sunday   arrived ONE Britifh Packet wilier brought one Holland Mail. vii. SSL Sioc&t/w, April 11. |HE Affair of Mr. Blackwell, the Pbyrkian. begin* to rake a U'l Turn.   As rfm Gentleman had noSulpi-ion ci being taken into Cciloiiy, and conicqucnrly took no Mealurei concerning bis Cor* relpopdence abroad, lome Letters directed ro him have been cepted.ani the Contents of them will go very againfl him.   Thofe Letrers have been laid -? the Secret Co-tit. it tec, but they are to be v.'Jy f'ecrer, That no Foreign Power, nof Pub-lini'rer, may U brought m Q.ueltiOn,j�^^�i iu�.h fhju'd be mmtion'd in the laid Lctten. ^, April 10.  The King has ordered a Body of t zy.o-o Men robe aflembled in thcMaiqui-orSiiu-es on the Frontiers of Daupbinc, in r 10 I'pfoic the Enterprises or the French, who fo'iniiife la geMae'Z'ne^ ac Brwneon, Ciueiras iijrceionctu.  Tney i.e aiming all theGallies 'ai kiiies, which are to be joined by teveral "els at Toulon, and then lent upon  m Rome, that the Pope, oo the loth of this' made the Promotion of Cardinals at the eq'i-:t of Crowrj'd Heads, wmch has been fo long petttd, vix. �t theRcquefr ot the Emperor, AL '101 ct, Biihop and Prince of Olmutx i or the Erri-relV-Queen of Hungary and Bohemia. M. M�rc ellini, Dean of the Rota} of bis Moft Cbriftiao ijefry, M. de la Rochetbucalt, Archbifliop of ourges, Embaiiador from the French Court to chat f Rome i of hi". Cacholick M�;efty, M. Mcndoxa, l^ri iarcli ot. the indies j of the King of Portugil, M. de Tcllaridci of the King df Sardinia, the Abbe e Saleai of (he King ot Poland. M. John Francis Albanii of tire Republican Vehice, M. Delano, Patriarch of Aquilia; and of the Chevalier dc Sr, George, the Aotfe de Vcntadour, Coadjutor of Scrasburgh, who is to be called the Cardinal de Soubize, His Holinefs at the lame Time declared M, John Bapuft Mcttner, his Treahirer> aou,M, Si--monetti, Governor of Rome, C*rdin*is alio.  The S.nate here have come to a Resolution of offering the Commaod of tbelr Forcc$, with ail ibe i'rero-gatives and Fraoluroents belonging thereto, unto Field Marihal Count Seckcndoitf. whocouomaoded? the Armies of the late Emperor Charles VII. and jsatpteltht Field Marfhal of tbe Empire. Gtttot> Marib 17, The French and Spadilh Troops that were at St. Pkrred'Arena marched Yefttfrday towards the Frontiers, upon Advice thic liie'Aut-triaas were preparing with ail thejfFotces CD at* rack our Pods upon the Heights of Polievera and Biiagno, Tiey have been joined by ail theRe-! Rular Troop* of the Republick, and 6y a gre$c Number of Militi/ One Focttdquaons are j�r� felted, and defended by above 4*0 Pieces of Can* non, and we are gettjog every Thing ready for f vigorous Defence. Hovi.Mvcb 18, Our Army j$ a&ually befi>r� Genoa. Tbrte has been Fighting altnoft every Step, as the Genoefc had Pofta every- where well Fortified and fupphed with AnJUery and Redoubts, and little Fqrrs at tbe end of every baif Milei but by this means they have had a great Number of People killed and taken Prifoners, Our Troops have burned St Pietra Lavexura. A Burgber of Genoa has been ieizad on, in actenapc|ng to fit Fire to our Magazine of Bombs here, and i{p<&edi* ately executed. Xatiitea, April i0. The Mimfters of thepTO* reliant States that represent the �vat)gelkk Body, belda grand Conference the itftb Initant aboat theSute of Reiigous Grievawes ia the Ecopire� uhich, inflead of abating, arc growioa every Day worfe and worfe, tbe Spirit ot Toleration and Charity being alajeft ^uite cxtinguil^d: Yfh)ch being tsken into Confideration, it wasrefolved. thi: the E/angelick Body fhould write a Letter to thT Emperor, to intreit his Imperial Majefty to ap-" p^int at lift a Commiffion, to examine all the G< i;vances inQueftion, and give their Advke concerning the bed Means to redrefs them. This Letter will be forthwith forwarded to Vienna, the Evangelick Body being fenfible that the prelent is a very favourable JunAura for obtaining due Attention to their Reauefts. Antibti, AprU 8. We hear nothing but bad Newt about the Tranfports, that at firft rfcaped from being taken by the Engli&. Tbey took mother of them Yefrerday, wherein were 180 Men of the Sw\fs Regiment ot Duntnr, and two others which got in here narrowly avoided the fame Fate M. Taubin. who commanded the Spanifh Troops de� fi?n'd for Genoa, is alio fallen into the Hands of the Englifh, *ix, April i  Tbe Englifh, to complain that there was no Miniffcr at Hand 10 receive them, Antwerp, Afrit zi: Fort Liefkenfhoek has at laff furrender'd, and the Garrifon, which confilted but of 500 Men, are mads Prifoners of War, and ire now on their March hither. The M^rquefs de Con, tades, having receiv'd a rough Anfwer from the Commandant of Lilio, has tasen Occanon from thence to Ihew bis great Skill in his Trade, and by the moft terrible jBombardmtnt that ever was feen, will in a few Hours reduce that fine Fortrefs into Ruins. Mai Qui Saxe is affemblmg bis Troops with the utmotc Diligence, in order to be in a Condition to revive the AHies, who, without Doubt, intend CO open the Campaign by marching dire^Jy hither. i4iMrd�uri, April 13. There continue to arrive here great Numbers of Perfons with their Families, but without any Et*cts,fomeajmoft without Cloaths, from the luand of Odfant, wJie^e tkf Uanoveriam and Heffians, are in the Corner, with the Head Quarters atAlphen; tbe Dutch Forces compofe the Right and extend to Baerle. The whole Army begun their March the jfth, in order to draw near Antwerp} and we have advice that a great firing of Cannon was heard the toQoiving Nighty which makes us think the two Armies |r not farafunder. This Day M, Ammon the Pruffim Minifter, had a Conference with the Lords of the Regency, ac the Wue of which he diipatch'd an Exprers to Ber� Jin. Several other Foreign Miniftm have alio dil-patched Expreflet to their tefpedive Courts. fiam iba LONDOH GAZITT I. HfltU Macb 14' ON the 8th Inffant Anchored in this Port % traofporr Veffcl from Genoa, with Recruits French have oiUaaedevery Thing with ioafedibia for tbe I>lngH Troops j as did one of the King'i Rapacitr. We are ttnoVr great Concern for tbe half Gtflies, efcorting a Veffel with the Baggage Mistolcuoes of our Nefehbours, without be tog v�r iridDaneftfck of tteF^ of, OmpofFlor ido, ry .ppreheafivc io/ourtelves. We have fixing, Ambaflador from theKi3got Spain to this Court, 1 ah Men ot Wat oear us as they an be rwe which, was a confiderable time detained by an Eog� h*� converted a lar^c fiaftln4iaman to a Man of   lifh 9rirate�r. and reieafed 6nee at Leghorn by War of our own, levers 1 Merchantmen into gates, well raaon'di we bave erected tores Ung� Batteries that Command tbe Port, and are at Ibis Moment mounting them with good BrafsCtsrieaj add co all which, we have 30,009 Men under Arms, tktueof the PafRports from his Britanqick lia/eify and the King of Urdlnh. On the td� Anchored [ liewife thrfe other Transports, whereof one from Port LJingone with Invalids, and twq from aieftin* whh the lecond Battalion out of the Foot Regis f&%}�l+�jfi&� �Lfff^tStbe mCnt *Of�� Naples, in Garrifon there. cn the �S!?r.*^B^",c*1]y �JJ rbeir Country. An loth arrived here from Rome, Madame Foeliani! to�6 �this Mometnarri/a from Fkfhing with   the Secretary of State's Ude   Qn the z ithlh? r> W Eftriifh Troppfc under the 5to>rte of three mo. on board th/kina/s Frigate, Notre Dtm� PS*T*'' �5f QO* string that Port, fochaf U Copceptkw, to cake upoTlum thaf Qomrr H m French fhoujd Attempt any Defcent upon   ment aTVkeroy of Sicily. * Raw*, Mtrcb 18. Notice was fent the other Da v from Ok* and Netunno to this City: that fever, { Transport Vcffeh with Troops from N�ples, la 1 I'd in Sight of thofe Ports for Prefidtf. prwee Cof ft -pi, it is faid. on his return from SJcjQy, �U1 oe �PJr�ifl^4 toAjcceed Cardfafi A^rtw M Mw|^ aJiiiiCouncry, we fliall be in a Condition to give ^ttma warm Reception and to defend ourfelves, tffl by a powerful Qiverfion, the Army of the A)-�ff affords us Relief. Hfpu, Aprii 17. M. PaBardy, Major in Baron dc HtMKk d'OutihprB's Regiaent, arrived there cfct |   

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