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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - May 30, 1847, London, Middlesex
meDeferteis that they were come from Corfica, ni had on board 8o� Spaniards, who have landed ft Genoa, the Englifh Men of War that chaled them, not having been able to come up with them by reafon of unfavourable Winds. The fir ft Column ol the pjedmonteze Troops, fwhich began their March the' nth to join us, con-Ififts of i Battalions and it Companies of Grena-fdiers: The fecond Column confifts of 4 Battalions, [and will follow the other forthwith. ; We have been very bufy thefe fevera! Days paft tin placing the Artillery and making the other ne-jijtflary Preparations for the Siege of Genoa, which 'isentirely blocked up on theDndSide. We reckon rhat as loon as the "heavy Artillery arrives, whieh is expected towards the End of this Month, we fhall not only be able to attack the City nearer, hut alio to bomba d it from rheHillsj General Schulemberg came bick this Day from Seftri. According to the Report of Deferteri, the Genoe(e hav* withdrawn their Regular Troops from the Hill call'd the Spur, and po.led them at Sc. Peter d'Arena, jn order to defend that Suburb in cafe of an Attack. Bthna, M*r if. They write from Modena, that a Bodv of xooo Auffrians are march'd from thence to join General Voghteren neaf MafTa on the Fruntie.s of theState of Genoa; and that another Corps, confiding of about l5�oLycanians, is already arriv'd at Pontremoli, Advices from the Camp before Genoa fay, that thelmperialiftshad erected feveral Batteries on the Hills, and greatly annoy'A the Befieged in their In-trenchments: As they have not yet recciv'd their heavy Cannon, this Execution uift mention'd is on'v done wirh Field Pieces aDdHaubitzar. The current Report here is. that the Neapolitan Troops are coming to the Afliftance of theGenoele. ~MiUn,Mdv 16. According to lone Advi.es from Count Schulemberg's Army, the Imperii lifts have taken Poft at Sr. Peter d'Arena, alter thelnbabi-tintf had abandoned it, in order to throw tbcm-felves into Genoa with their beffc Effects. Theg alio teil is. that Col. Franchini, one of our beft Parthtans has been'kiil'd by a Cannon Shoe Pnu, Mtt 16. The taking of St. Peter d'Arena by the fmpemlifts is the Gofpelof the Day. althoughforce People aflert that this Newt ftands in Needlot Confirmation. The Famous Partifan Bar-ba^offi who his fallen Into the Hands of the Au-ltrjans, has been hinged, and his Head fet up 09 a Pike in Sighr of the Genoefe. Miirii, Mil 8. The frequent Conferenzes held at Armjjst, 3ni at the Queen. Dowager's Palace, turn in particular on the Affairs of Italy with re* eur(!nto 1,00 PWip, and likewife on the Succours the Court has refolved to fend to the Genoefe. Several E*preiTes have been difpatch'd to Italy, Province, and elfewhere, and the Troops actually ; �n the Mirch to join his Royal Highnels's Army Orders to pro:eei with �D poflible Diligexiv-e. rnmbouri, tin 10. � Lieut. Kanitt, who was,; lent r0 v;-nni by Btron Breitl*ch. is return'4 rom th-nce, and Brings bid News, viz. that paf-iwr rhroP Nerv� on the e Artiy of the Allies. Htgue, Mn 30. B�fides the Offi:e of Grand Mtf-. ter of the Waters and Forefts of this Province, j and Intendant tinr de Bruhl, Prime MinWer to hU Poliih M?;'-fty. The Marquefs des Iffarts, Emb.fTdor from 1 ance is not lels bufy with the Saxon Miniftrv, bu what they are both aboat, or which of thole tw. Minifters are likely to carry his Po�nt, do^s no yer plainly appear by any Intelligence from tha QjBarrer. item ibt LONDON GA2ITTI, XJUn, Miy 13, N. f. CUNT Cobenttf 1, the Emperor's Minifter Plenipotentiary, and Mr. Barrilh, hi bia now iff? mblcd here. FUgut,$*ne i, H S. Bv the P ris Letters of the 19th, the French King was to fet out that Morn-iig from Verfailles at Nine o'clock, and to pafs thro* the City at Ten, whtre the Ci;>t?ns were all under Arms watting his Pillage. The Quai* 'ers that were allotted at Lift; for the Foreign Ministers that follow the Court, have been coun-tejfflanded, and Orders eiven for marking out other Quarters ror them atCambny. Count Maurepas was to follow th<" King, and afrerwirds to make the Tour of the Coafts, and Cardinal Tencin to fet our for his Archbilhoprick of Lyons. None of the Minifters are to (ray at Paris but the Count de Sr. Florentin. According to the Breft Letters of the 14th, they were revictuafling tbeSq'adron there with all t'peed, it having conftimed all hs Provilions by laying fo long in the Port. There were n<) Accounts at all of the Fleet lately failed f-om Ro-chelle. This Day's Letters froraBruflTels lay. th^c the Girril'on of Antwerp was marching oat ro join the Grand Army, and upon the Receipt ot n Exprefs from Marfkal Saxe, Frince Clermint had likewile marched thither with his Corps The Boats that were to aiTemble atSas van Ghent were arriv'J in the Canal of BruflVls, and are to ftav there 'till further Orders, The Enterprise upon Zealand was taid to be fufpended, upon the vigorous Meafares of Defenca taken in that Province. Uttd Qjtmm tf lb* C*mf t* Btaxvti, ibt ti tf $*we, H. S. The grand Army remains ftiB in the fame Pofition as it was tbe laft Poft, and weennot ocrcrive rhat the Ertenay has made any motion of Confequence, 'tho they are continually changing the Situation of the different detached Corps, The Army made a general Forage between the Dyie and tbe Netbe on tbe jift ult, without any Difrurbance from the Enemy \ General Count I'aliy Comnunds the covering Party, and formed the Chain, for the fecurity of the Foragers, from Duffel on the right to Oofterwyck on the left; the advanced Pofts of the Enemy were drove into their Intrencbments 00 thisOccafion, without much re-fiftaoce* At Scbrick the Huffars and Lycaninns attacked the Enemy's Light Troops, who were obliged to give Way after fome lofs, tiwiagh very iocon-ftderaak on oar part. Dncfaf^ Forage, the Corps of Generri Boroniai was advanced to the Demar, wbere tbey had the fame Saccefs in pufhing the French advanced Parties Before the Enemy was thoroughly appriaed of our motion, tbey imagined 11 was to attack them on the Dyle-, or at lead chat oar intention was tovapgeoach nearer to them, f oc
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