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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - June 16, 1847, London, Middlesex Ivol. XUI ' Numb. 46 PuE's Occurrences- From TVESDAT June the i6rh, to SATURDAT June che 20th, 1747. *n Utl arrived One Britilh Picket, vehicfi brtuibt * 01 J One HoUmJ-MjiI. Mihn, June 7- T HE Frrn-b Artry under M. Belref*!e' has pa (Ted the Var. and rhe Aufhians and PiediTiorftele Troops are rerired to prelerve lu^h Po(h as may afTure their Communication with Lofn-bardy and the Stare of Genoa.--- v�k atoned, after- removing the Marine ; ' n.-hfflfntis !e�t at Viltafranca, and the lelf or \ Tf�flW occuPy the He'ghr,; trom Turb;a to Vh'a General Brown has lent this News Venrr'^Schu!embourg and Admiral^eJley, that ir�v order their Meafures iccording ly. As the & di ArVnv has only jet paffed, *and the Nature ffhe Country mil (I'retard tferir Mirch, on Ac-, JLnt of (he Artillery and Biggie* they brings �Jkithem, wc wifh for nothing more* rhan that Ofneal^'hiilcmbourgmay (ban terminate his .(jjtJon apainft Genoa, and rhereby procure the ,Mfirwof .euni'ins wirh Count Brown, in order iMmake Headagainft the French and Spaniards. The Advices received Yelrefday from the Camp � of Toraizi fiive room to hope thar, by Means of it Auftrim Artillery arrived at Seftri, Count hu'.embourg will be able ro execute the Grand mck on the Side ofBifagnn. The Genoele re-\ti ft ill inflexible, and have in rhe ufual Manner tuerMtht Propofitions mad� to them from the Aprff-Queen. j dtinl. Mir 9- By letters from Vera Cfuz wc leirn, chat on theiSth of'October lift rhe Town' iftima ha^ been near entirely demolifli'd by an rrb^tiafke; and thar the Damage is computed ac iny Mil'tans of nn ft res. .Btt&i, fuitt 10. TheCommiffion that was HTued libcut tour Months ago by his .\fa/efty (or the ' expediting Juilice, has had a very pood Efrett; for in Potaerania alone the Comrniffioners have in tint 'Time dec'icUd -1400 oM Catiles; upon which' his M -my in that Country under Marfhai Belleifle tiegun topils theVjr, and th't on the �jth the "hoie Armv was on the Enemy's Side of that River, the Pdfcge being evacuated without the leaft Oppo-firion on their Side, having retJr'd i rout Approach and abandori'd Viflafranca^ Montalban, and Nice, of which Places we "became Matters without Firirig a Gun.-- This wegiVe for t^a
rvan ageouslbamp. The tftird ColuiH-n; of the nc# |Cbrps of pfpats.,(wh.ich i$ coming e, to b; nevrrer at Hand to watcn their Mo>ions. O.i the I6ih Count Sc. Germain endeavoured to dillodgc General Uaionii from his Polls on th? Ro^d towards Maelfricnt, buc rinding ic ivnpoflfitwc he loon reared. The nekc Uay theirwhole Army loemed to oe m Motion to*ard> Tuiemonc, wntch occaiioned our laying under Arms all that Day at the Head ot our Cnnp, cxpeaing a Battle; at lafl tncy retired ro cne Old Camp behind the Dy4e, and our Lycan/ans kd, wounded and took aboucz6o; tins Attack put them in great Contulion and obliged them to quit all cheir Ports a.ong the Demar. Tncle Motions mutt tcrtainiy ioon bring on ageneral Engagemmtj, apd the rachcr, as the.Gene>-ls St. Gefmam a�id rpni^'nj. sr-e now encamped within Sigiu 01 ca^h ojthcr neat Halen. Ex;r4& of a fMvitt letter from tbe Hsguc, duel 3itnt to. Wc learn from Middieboarj, that tlnce the A;-rfval of che King ot Fiance with his Array, ar-naoft ail their Tr,oopshave been drawn ouc oi trie new Conquered Towns, ^and tent to tne Giand A^oiy, chcy having hard'y left Troops enough to Garijlon thofe Towns; aiidal! Prcp*catioa> ac Sai vaa Ghent are abfoUitely laid aftde. By Letters trotn Paris, WarQiai Beikifle paffrd the Var rhe 3d of June, N. S. and food nude mm-fclf Mafterof Nice and Montnlban ; the AUi.^ h.v ihg almolt abandoned thote Places, for ,th* hrench . fpund no more Soluicrs in them than about 140 Mrn an J fourOtn:cs When 'h?f- ^ counts ame , awiy, they hu! b;g a'.! the PafT arid � onieq j?nr!y fpoi ed all the Roid. T"e Ai.ivs sre ail rerired 1 t Venrr iniglia, wo?re th-y have l-or'.fi.d thrmlflves. Fioro ih� LONDON GAZITTI. He�/Quirim it Httitihmt.june 10, S. 5. ,' Tj'-^HE A^ied Army i<; fiill in the fame Pofitiori, \ i behind tne Great Ncche, tho'-ich tome ton�s 'fid rib e Detachments h^v? bee-n -rude (rom ir. Tnc i^ta fn f. the Cot.tr de Sc Grruai'.. Lieu": ' tetiant-'ienrral, advin^ed wivh * considerable UoJy ; of French Troops cowjids the Demar, wK-reG.-. neral Baronial waspoff/tfil, in order rodiflodge him" i trom me Poits w Kh lie o:tupied. and to ger'Po'- l-uiion ot the Heights along tna: River, whhhi. 'tomn e-<. �iy C'tn. manded lome hund e;t Ir-z.-ui'. ars in -.hit e - fendrd-'himtftt"tTtl-nrrsr'hrtl or the Sortr-Mtr^ ' whivh was Icat .him ; upon wni.ri the t ir.nv- r:riJ- ing-to much roor, atkiCKni, tne I7;n in the Mornmg, the En'-my'>Rcai Guaul: Th;y ctC'e. Tnc Spu idi'ons ^likh v� ere t!"r"hed wi'h , ^Prince ba\e Hiid'.iu gf .m. n, unr ;Oined trie Ar.t.v, ruvjH^ k.-a teliev.J t>v is vr-jad&ons nr. !ei ;nr Cj;d mnd ot Li a v.a,4. d^n:iti> thf Duke has remo-ved H.:s Head-trailers to thiiVi, a?.e,in o der to r t a.be Arn.y; anJMailhal liach am is ^0'i:e to ivrlSefs, iu the Fcon: of the I.r.pcru. ' Yclterdaj h.b R.i�y 1 HighacJ-s, . compmied bv Mai lhai ^iikiarvj and ,pvi'ice. Waid .-r Co.rte S.. Gc , H. 5. The Paris Lrccers of the ^6th initdnc uring advice, that the Fr n�h Amv u=nder Marfbal dckieHeille parted tr.e V.-, upm tn� il, they round but 41 Men and 1 Ovrkevs in Nice , HJlouniBiBaii h.ld ouc buc ,1003 in theM,>.i)in^ 'all 5 atNigrit. the 5tn; the next Day the Atraclc ot Viliatrarica was begun, *nd as the Giand i-"i u>r W^s advanced to attack it t>y S�fa wt.h his *rm'd McilciS, 'it w s though.* a souid not hold out long ; t|c Gitfrilun ot Mon&iiban coiiiifttd 0/ bu; N|en and ; Utfi er;.. Ah.-v wrre retiied- :o Vj. n: i.uigli*-, � i ere they �re iui ti:ymg tbemtelvet, ttjcy Rjd uio*n up a Pats, w-iaun v�tu ^oit ih# Ffen h a great ce ) OlT'mc and Labour to m-k-: p^aicab'c. t he scice-Gcucf I piibldn'u, ia.i s.= -t^td y, i placarr oiK^i'.ima, a kind ut Enbaig'i op jII Ducvh Snips whi. h arc tarbid ^a'ling, ut-cis they give .,(.> m che Ad nn ,lv one Vt.n in t'"-'-f Of rfieir wno:e irt^. at i*:e choivc ot their �ef-pCwtive Colleges, in wnoic Juruetj.^ioii tf>ev a -r.cted out. All hfhirtv SniitAS,,S'i�ps mctmitd roc cne great filbcr?, and ti�t�.f H ,r'ii^, cLut
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