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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - May 12, 1847, London, Middlesex In 11$~, "ol. xlvi KvMB 3& ue's Occurrences From TUESDAY May the iarh, to SATURDAY May the 16th, 1747. |nce my lalt arrived one Bntifh Pacquet which brought one Holland Mai), vir. Hunhwr%, Miy Ii. ICCORDING ro Advices from Dinrtick, Couriers from Pertrl-bourg frequently paf> that Way, *ho htve Uriel o ders nor to ro diroygh a certain Town, but u-ther take a great Circuit to avoid it. Our Letters from Petersboug Ser.tion furdly any Thing but the Augmentation 1 the Troops and the great Preparations making divers Provinces of the Ruffian Empire for a Jampaign: The Fleet equipping at Cronftadr is be augmented by fix Shir* of the Line of Batce. The Reports of a League forming in the North reviv'd, and 'tis pretended the Treaty is in h Forwardnefs, that the contriving Parties re the Point of finning it. However, jt^ js frill 'Cped that thefe Reports \� ill never beconarm'd. They write from rke Territories of Branden> aourg, ih�t the Pruifnn Troops feem ro be preparing for leaving their Qu nnrn; and as thii js the Anniverfary ot the Sirth of the Emperor Leopold, of Glorious Me-uoiy, it was thought proper to give the Name of ropoil to rhe young Arch-Duke, who was b�s-rued this Day by the Pope's Nuncio. The Em-prefs-Queen is as well as can be expected. M*dnd, April x\. According to the lift Letters rora Barcelona, the Troops embark'J there only vth for a fair Wind to put to Sea: It is given out fthac they are dcflin'd forGenoa;, but 'tis more robable that they will be landed fome where in �� Eeclefiairiek State, or on the Coaft of Tul'cany. order to join the Neapolitan Army. GV��, 4trit if. Tbe i$nh Jnftam a Urge Body ImperSi Troops advanced rc Bavari, under the ^Command of General Sr. Andre, wjch Dffign to (take Poft on the Hill oritatti, from whence he pro-pofed to penetrate directly by the Way of Albaro andSrurla, wfeereupo* he marched a large Detachment, confining of our Regular Troop*, Militia and Peafants, who charged rhc Aullrians lo vigorously, that they were obliged to retire with the Lofs of many Men kin'd, wounded or made Pri loners* Our Detachments in the VaBey of Polleve-ra are likewile polled in fuch a Manner, as to prevent the Auftrians trotn penetrating farther on that Side. The xid an Offi-er arrivM here from Calvi in Corfica, by whom we learn, thar five Barks had put into that Port, coming from Toulon with Troops aeftin'd for this Ciry: Which Piece of Views, though we could wifh the Men were al ready landed here, raifes rhe Spirit of the People, as it fhewj a VVillingneh 'n France to aflifr us, norwfrhfhnding all the Hazards fee runs in fend-kig Troops by Sea. Since rhe /rfrhln/tonr we h3ve not fren any Englifh Ships before this Haibour, except one,, who keeps at a pretty good Oifbincc too . In the mean dine fevml Veffels have got into the Harbour, laden wirh Corn, Me* J, Butchers Meat, Wine, and other Provifions 5 lo that we have Plenty in the City, notwithftanding the Number of Peop e here h doubled rince the Approach of the AuJ* trian Army, Turin, A^H ?�. M. Blanqoetf*. Adjutant to Count Schulemberg, arrived here the 14th Infhnt,-with a Letter from that General to the King, irtiere'm He reprefenrs, ebat in order to make-Aire i of Succef* Jn his Enterprise agaioft th* Geneefe, he feouldhave ten Battalions more, whkh b� prays may be fent hina from the Piedmontefe Army, or elfe to let him have the ren Imperial Battalions that Ivive been left on the Var: And as ihchrkij-infr the heavy Artillery through the Valley of Scr/via meets with more DyffiCvir? than was imagined before Trial w*s made, liif Excellency alfo defires his Majefry would be pteafed to fend hint Baeterittg Kieces by Sea ft�m Slvotrt. TwoOon-ferehcerhave been held aat^e'PiJaae on the Sub-K� of this Letter, the; Refill* of'whi-h has been communicated to M. Blanquerte,"Vfe. That the Tro�P*arid che Arw*��y (hiB be fern as foon a* poffiMe to the Camp before Genoa, and Cue n-wn at the fccfe Time to ftplace en the Var wbat I roops (hall be draughttii from that Quarter. W<'&*/raw*, April 17. Admiral Medley having Wen informed that iorae more Troops were em-hirrfing at MarfeiOcs for Genoa, he ordered the LorA ColviU ro crni*� off Anribes and intercept tfaem. Upon AJvi:e received toe �jtb thit niae Tranfports were failed from Mirfeitles, the two Englifh Men of War took rheir Stations at the , IHcs ofHyeres. Out of rhrfen'-ne Ve/fe!s fix got : clear, two were funk, an4 one ft ruck to the Eng-j life. It is doubted whether thofe that have efca-ped w;J) be abie to reach Genoa: It is rather believed that they have mide the bed of their Way to Corfica. Marfeideu April i9. The 14th Inflant four GfDfes failed from hence to Toulon, in order to join feveral Frigues arming in that Port. The Troops tht were ported in divers Places in Provence have begun their Ma
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