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   London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - June 13, 1847, London, Middlesex                                at XLV1. P U E* O C CUR R E N C E S. Numb, 45. From SATURDAY June the ^rh, to tu ESD AT fune the i6rh, 1747. tn SurdiJ wived ant Bi it ifh Pacqutt vbitb brevght era Stockholm, Mil %9> B. BtACfcWELL, after having futfered the vari cms Kin6.-  Tortures ip-fliftedlri this Country, to nMHHP extort Conditions r om D tfnvSl Crimu>al>,'rws at laft di*-coveni �1) the In;rigues, Schcmes, and fecret Cor fefpepdences in whi.n he whs concerted, both wkh Native* and Folds ners : The Roval .Commiffion have found him iullry of Hifch-Trtafon, � bavins plotted to errurn tVe Conflitution of this Kingdom, and vtrlc the Order o) SucceJtion to the Throne *nd rmenced him to be broke alive on'the Wheel, is Heast and Bowels to be pulled out and burnt, is Botiy quartered, and His Head rj\-\d upon a le> but A k thought the King will mitfgtte the tigourof theSencencf. .The other State. Prifon-rs havea'fo fatfereJ the i'cvenl Kind^ qt Torture ith great Relolii'ion, arid anfwered. w'ith woo-: :rful i�re fence of Mind a# th� Head? of Ai-cnfati-\ brought �a?inir rhera : However, it h thought cy w n foon (hart D . Ija'-kwc;1'* Fare, and that D-et will break upiftcr they are executed. tto'htug- A/4� it. . The Veidt M  ivine tnittated the trnprcfi to give him Leave 1 refign the Employments that he hyld tinder is Cr,own, her Imperial Majefty has^ratfiouflp �anted feis Requeft j; intimating to him, that as ,e had always been very Wei! lat^ritd with h\s Tvicii, the could have wiih'd he had continued ie tome; but at Qieiiad made it. 'e Rule n�v.fr co tain any in her Service wirtiqut their full Con-nt, ibe would grant him his Qefire without -any . *Riga, frorn whence his .Excellency Intends to t out in a fliort Ti:ne, in order to enter into the rrvice of fortie other Power, at it h luppoiod, < Pttertbm/, Mi} 23.   We ate allured that Ifi. de Jion, the French Mjnifter, and the Count de iarck.Efivoy from Sweden, were not admitted to n Audieme which tbey demanded Tome Days ago iC the Emprefs. Berlin, June 10.  The "King Continues at Poiic lana. where Conferences are very frequent on the-"airs or Sweden, the Rumours of tht M rch of Ruflian Troops, the ElpJoj.cs be to re the City ^if Genoa, and the Operations ot the Gdnfcdcrste Army in the Kaherlands. letbttn, Mty i7- The Body.of 'Imperial Troops commanded by General V^ghtern, whkh had retired towa/ds Mffla after its fcxpeditipln oq the Terrir6fy ot Genoi, roarch'dirom thence the itth Inftanf, and arrived the i�th ac'Callleno dt Grat-5&natia ; The n& tbey continued their March towards St. Geminiano, Iro.m whence they are t0 to to the Dutc^y of Parma, in order to join a ody of Troop* ther'", and then March ro the Camp fcefor* GeOQa. . ,   . All the Reports fpread cbncel-n/rig the Movements of (he Neapolitan Troops appeargrouqu-lufs as yet; However, fuch DTlpofitioos are making Jn this Cponuy as denote that the Regency are i apprtbenftve ot the March of thofe Troops. It I is certain jhat the Duke de BoufBers difp tteh f^ta 1$enM X  wKhmSiaht of rtwPort with  y oi     Mcn %ni fa ^ leys.. Moreover the Duke de BoaSen w�s rtifiDi or.c thatftiU happen to be feifled. They that tbey have made a double Entrerrcbm< fhrntul with AniUcrjr, firo^ the Bridge oi lent, well Pomit- limii to the Sea, apd cn tb_.- orher SI,?- <� fir as theHillsj'tnat thy have banged rffc Pcrfon who formerly edited the Pcop.e 10 cm y the Cannon before the DUC4I Palace, *rd expos'd hii Head up on the Tower, chit they have t ken up fevar,il Ecdeliaft^.k, and that it w g^ne to Vilvordeo. . l-'ienMyJuitf 3. .The Report of.the ipproathing . ^arch ot tnc Ruflun TroOps begins to revive, and 'tis pretended that a Courier isiarrivcJ irom He-tcriboufg With poficive Affur/nces that 30,000 Rufliins are ,r?ady -to embark kir Luebeck, from whence they wifl March to rfa Netherlands. Our Minifter at Conitanrinpple having,lent us the agreeable News that the Treaties between Rl-I-fia and the Port, nave been lately rcncwM the Court looks upon this as an Eirneft :that the Grand Sjgnar has no Thoughts ot moleftins; the Euipref Qucch while fl^e is bclet by other.Powers; and therefore Orders have been iffued for dra\*ing fome more Troo"ps out of riungar> lor the Service in'Flandtrs aiid Italy. ; '       � Drr{Jtn,.fitiu 3. SirHanbury WiHiams, Mint-fler tiom the King of Great Brttatav who arrived here a . tew Da'ys'fince, has had feas firjf Audience of the Kiog>, and met. with a moS gracious Reception : It is thought hi-. Exce'lency will fray Sometime heie, bccule he tas hir'd a Hqufe in Town. We imagin'd at firf? that this Miniffer wis charg'd to eiecatc lome iii^portant Comini/Son at Berlin, in bis Way hither, nay, fome Advices mencion'd bis appearing �t that-Court with great Marks ot DilWnclion i his having trtquent Conferences with .Count lJqdtwih-, dilpatuiing fevcraj Couriers, fnd nuking tdme fine. Compliments to the King, whkri were faid.to have b;en very well received > but now we a e iptormel that all thefe pretty Stories^were entirely groundless, ajld that Sir Han-bury Williams was either - btr^'d"with no^ Com-miflaoo at all to. fhe'PrafSan Cobrt, or elle did not meet with Encouragement'enough to break the fee.    ;    .        ;   �     '     �rmtl{ort>Mij 30". The following ?stheTranfla-'tiofl of a Letter, which Mr. Malbram de la Noue, Mioitfer fnb.rt France, cas adtfrck'd' to theMinifters of the Eleftors. Princes, and State's of the hmpire, at the Diet ofRausbon. Gtntkmtn>  .   .      '   * 1 h .' The Report, which the Enetfiles ot Fra;nc!e affefl tbfpread abroad, on Owcafion of tht entering ot thcTroops 6f the K'mg. ftito Dutch Flinders. tt\l of the Operations which have beedthe Cohfeh quence thereof> their finifter Ipfinuatibnt upon the Detigns which they readily Attribute" to his Mafeffy, and the Diftruft which they entfeavoaf to 1 eiccite in Germany, as if the Peactf ofthc'Empire * Was in Danger i this being inalufrriOufly fpread abroad, would not permic me ttf keep Silence, eT* peciaBy when, it is to etfy to difffpate tb'ete fflfle Reports and anjuftrnfetfuatioos. l>. ;>}'v'>) � /� All Europe is fenftblc o! the Atedererion of his Maiefly from bis forwarding the Work of a general Pacification. . �Very Body knofs thai he has iuipended the Progrefs of his Arms In the Midli, of hh> great Succeffes, in Circuqaftanccs .which ,rnight  < -    ',  . . : ' 1� Friend of..* jftfpubjltlc irideb.te4.xofckCw*n for its Eila^iiOijieni and Prtfetvation, the Ring dlfiln^d b'f this Mfethod of Proceeding, Co ke at j^caufe it t^ f^fticfj>*i� of tbq GI017 oj rc-el^ao- . * %�(t ^rnoSsi Gentlemen. miQiiftfr ffici therf tcives in the Memorial delivered on the Part Of his Majelty to the, States General: TberetQ mry altp be perceiv'dVtbathejpas not (^WpufO^taiiQ* AdYMtagf ot bis $occefti, nfe to il o( rne r PofH-iTjon^ � r their Power, but foiely to o^l ge his hnemifs to'put an FnJ to a War, the Conlceuences whereef c-uld not bur be equally fatal to a,, ht r pe,a.s it would particularly t>e to the Conflitatjun or the Government of rhat Re-publick, and to its Commerce, which is the principal Source of its Screnffthk ' Tn va,in the Pie/udic g of in unjuft Partialify attempts to fully a Conduct to ani'oriu as that of his Mi Jetty conflanc Attention for the publick W^ifare. The Prices of the �mpire certainhf will 1 pt luffr themfelves to be imposM ,onj flill ^uid^d by the Love of their common Coyntry, ,*nd fry Juilk�, they .win luielv" lole nothing of theh* Confidence n the fblerun Aff.rrsness fo often repeated in the Nune/of the Kin^,-as, well to the German jckBoily in general, as to the anterior Cir-de  thePub-li-'k D ftiture. as indeed his Majefty had Reaion to expcc"ti ne would now again have reneweJj'by thac Canal the fame Affurance* ottV-'cnn.lanr jRcfolu-tiori ho was in of nuiritaiftinf *ri h iH � npeir Peaie. Neutrality, and gu�. Neighbourhood; but tnat Way bttn(;as it wereftut to hint, to the greac PrtjuJxe ot the Rights of the . rinc^s \rWst�tt� of the Geroianivlc Body, I cm no otner W*y fup-pjy it, th;ri l-i-addre'lCog rnylVif to theii relpec-tlve Amba&dois anu Minilers, in order to represent to them, Jhat his Maj-.-fty has nut changed, nor *iB ever change -tfii L'rinclples; and tha't uhat-evfr Advantage his Army nuy ?ain, he thall only be more, llrongly confirmed thereby in the Re-folutipflV>f drawing dc-r ani clofer the Eandsof 'Peace 'which'lubfiii %etv�.ee;i his Crown and the Empire, and to concur in tfie Means of rendering ic to ali Europe.  r- '.Gaara'nty. of the Treaties of Wefrphalia, the KirTg has nothing more at Heart than tocterniie theJExecution ot it. A^d ic is'to a ViewTo ateatly iheefeftins/to the GefBannick ^?ltion. that his Ma jeily wiil Be conilantiiy attached ; not being able to give-jnore eminent Mirks ot hh Friendlhip, and a*, the lame Time his earned D.fire fo contribute to its Advantage ifnd H^ppmels. I intreac your Ea� ceIkncies"to acquaint your refpeftive Courts wrtii this, and to be perluadeH thatl have cbe Honour of being, ice' Extrcfi oj a priv&tt letter Jr*tn bis Rsyjf HeadQiUTtej} tt Bouwe\i,3une if. ' Ye/rerday trre Army waj i" O-der ot Battle ra have recrived the Fr.'nch, who ir was Paid had taken a Retolution to attach us, buc We were either mif-informeti in that particular, ot thev thought proper to change their R�l#lut1cm, rince rhey made no Sort-of Strp of that Kind which appears not tlittle ex^taordinary, conhtkring bow many Dayfe their Krtrg has bcenat BrurTcis. We are fo weQ feated here, between the Greater and LetTer Nethe, that we^'do norapprehend mu-.h from the Vivacity bf MarnSal Saxe. Some People thinlc, he has ftiB in View, the execating h\% old Projecl of befieging Maeftricht j others believe he has changed it for a new one of pafling the Dyle.witb-Tiis Grand Army, while the riumerous Garrilon of Antwerp advancer "towards the "UttJe Neth'e,'in Order ro puc uV between two Pirts. But,as I told you we are not �rjr-apprehendye of that, for we have four Bridfc&OVer thfe Great Nethe, and twox?o theUr-tie Neathe, lU>oye the Convent o( Nazireth, and We1 ha vended ftlch Redoubts and Batteries on both RrVtfS'.as w^^affordhim.a ^arrfl Re-eption, Our .4Eorw-*de"|Lelerve, ^hich'^ncaa�pe4 beyond the Great Nfttte, repafled thatlTiver 00 the 7th, and Wir^B^fftratheieijferNethe to cover our Bridges. if&YcfSfs "onrfer General Trips, lie on the Right bt-rftle/jgeat Road fron} Mechlin to Antwerp | CJfcnrrajipaVon'wrs are in'-'^ieic oid Poftsi and the Prirfe dfSatt ffildburghaUlen reoaains with his tt #eft*WeieI, to oov>r Breda and Bergen opr r&oflfe ^Ith Orders ro throw bimfclf into thole p!aCfri�tJthcJ�neray fijould attack him withfttpex fior Bf^cefc ' This rs an.T have to write jrou ax drefenr; but it will no�T>e long before you have Nsws�ofi^eatet: Imp^rta nce.^ ^F*t�r, f#>* About ten this mot uing arriVd tnExprffsfjoin the MarflUlde BcJleifle^ witb-Let-tm diied P>e jtVlstUtfr containing the important Ntfwfc that in tht t^ght between the iecood Ind thiW, he piJJed the River Var With the whole? Army-'under bis Cdfcmand; uponwbih theEjM-m* had abindooed Nice, and it was believ/d, wou|4 quit t^eHRe^chrnenti at VjSa Branca alfo. Tb� mp*\e$$mm the King's Army, iky. 'bat tbey are prrtirlng^tb the utmoli Diligence for a general tflte&ettcnV the J^ews of whicb is expected here frith the /ooBOir impatitO-e^nd *t*be,fam�;twaA with #�Sitir\of Cimccrn. ^ir Aft$�n�   

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