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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - July 14, 1847, London, Middlesex -Ptje* Occurrences. From TVESDAT July the 14th, to SATURDAY July the 18th 1747- lorn Turji*J trr't^ei one Britijh P*ik*u wbitb br�Vf>n Peimboitrg, Junt ao. j J, niinourM, tktt one or two Foreign Officer l 'oliow the Ex-in.pl* of General Kdth, �nd retire , whjch, if it (Joes not pivc the Ctmrt the utmoft y,jsh$,on, it dues at leaft lomeHonour to our Aims fince it is well known t e rfiflbicious Vo*cr in Europe is very loUrn-t�iemploy fuch 0(5 ers at h. ve learned the Ru-IZTS the Art of War .here. Our N uch Add els thatitii believed there ,0po�er that will now oppote his Promorico, itthfy may not be thought to hive any RnJ |rhr Plotwhkhhe has lately dilcuver'd, 01 pie-Ijdfd to Ailcover. and whkh the Secret Com-�rre in the Dyct has lb handled, as from * ge-t\ Rumoqrvtry li'dc regarded, to make it be-very ferious T'Jng. ni, Jo� 14 The iBth Inflimc two Engliih Rites'and another Veffel oime very ne�r the :on the Side ot Alb*�o,'and landed levenl 3 of Cannon, in Ipight of the Fire of a Bat-, vt \ui rrftcd beyond the Lauretta, The it Day loct VeiT-ls,arm'd-bi the l>uke de Bouf-fot a Cruize, brought in an Engiiih Piiva- henftt Day the four Rallies of the RepuWkk, kh lisrly iiirM to Leghorn and P01 to-Fino, d hither with feveral Tranfpwti, having on rd neo French snd Spanifb Troops, who iand-heu.vtOtv at the Mouth ot our Channel- fe Gal!�s were dialed a great Part or the Way ,ort* EngVith Men ol War, and receivM locne migc tvo.n their Gum. By the dme Convoy i have likewife received fome live Oxen. witn a it Quantity of Meal and other Pre vifi-'m. The aoth there was t lmart firing b-tween our and thr Auf'riare, the I flue Ot which *as, ir the fairer aefollif'J to abandon fotne Ports; in the Evening an Offi er and nine private i uere broughr m here !Jrri oners. The Pealants ack'd the lame Day the Auitrians at Bagnara, made thf mtelyes Mailers ot the Convent ol the kpuchim at Qyarto. Iiht zid inttant the Troops advanced as far as Bridge ot Stula, and foitifled trhtnieives there. t ijnev-ile carried our Intrenchiaents a little Jrthtr towards tiie Encrny. and planted diveis itttrifs on the Hiils to put a Stop to their Pro-tdi. The 1 ime Day a Freo<.h Felucca airiv'd in DrHarLour trom Monaco, i*hUh PUc* �He Jclr k icth.and brought Dilpatches from M. IstMeifle k tbe Doke de Boufflen. Tbe Maftcr 01 this Vei-fi fiys. that die Day he caro� away the French be-�n to batter the Caflle of Venti-riglia, which 3uld net hold out long i that their A< my was -to i at Porto Mam jiio ih; tlft, and rcckunrd to jf
�o bis Pr�JecerTor, Mt7e?rAa}U,viva' tfm �re not fit to CoT' ia*J*Lttttr from tbt Aufintn Cimp �/ Biftpo, *c. , . fune a j. �ft4r*/BirB lurm�uncei1 mnamerAle Difficul-lanced L i*Vtry of 0�rTroor>,Sm $un� iB. On the atfrh, of this Month we began to buter tbe CafUe of Vintimiglia with 7 Pieces ot Cnnon and 5 Mortars, whjch have already had fome EffcA. We have run a Line trom theEmincncc, upon which tht Batrerries are erected to the cover'd Way, in order to cut 1 hings ftort, and oblige the Commandant to (urrender the looner. This Night we have pufh'd oar Trenches to the very Glacis, wich the Lois ot three Men kill'd and twelve wounded. This Morning a Cou-rkr arrived here in DiiguWe from Naples, with Advice, that bis Sicilian M>je3y has demindfd a Pjfoge for 14,000 Men through the Grand Dut-chy of Tufcany, lo that wc are like to have a very active C mp ign this Summer in Italy; though accoiding to a LA that it fallen into our Hand*, the Auiinans and Piedruontele fwye actually 87 Ba* talions and 61 SquaJroruon their Froncier* ready to oppote us. Brtlx, fuly 13. We harve this Morning an Account, that the SindjrfTet is fallen into tbe fcunds ot the French, but that tbe GarrUon have laved themfclves Count Lowendahl, wiih a Corps of Troops under his Coavmand has bvowked upBer-gf n op room on the fide of Antwerp. We fhouid be extremely aUrmed at th -ning ef the War, and we flatter ourtelves that 1 Che�-k win be^iveo to the Rapidity ol rteir Con-qudts. It ii indeed high T-k��. tor their Officers thew no Mercy in levying Cow ibutions, 10 th+t all the Country round about us is ruined and depopulated, and this place is crowded wirh&tors and Farmers who hi veiled bttber to take-flbelrer with their Families and heft Eifecrs, from che Fury ot an Enemy breathing nothing kvt Dellruftion. Botjliduc, ftih 1 j. The light Troops belongipj to the French Army have begun to makelncurh-ons into thefe Quarters. Tlscy cx�3 of ;he Towns rftd Villages Of this S illiage largeCootrwauoos of H y, Oats, and other Btovlfioni The Utvlc Town 01 Eyndhoven and its Territory have bcin rated at 4000 Rations ot Flay, and as many of Oats, which they are to deliver to the French Majjaetoes in a few Days, under Fain of Miliary Execution Antiklj Julj 13. We ha,ve bad Z Qiot t J ojr Bf-on the imagined Deliverance ot the Genoete, bit rheRetreat ot the Auftrians which caulid it, was either fall'e or teignM. Tbejr are returned xo the Charge when lea ft expected, and h**e intercep ed a TJojly of uoo French aod 4000 Pcalants, that were attempting to throw themselves into Genoa. Hjjjk, fufy 13. According ro the Liir p�Qli(Vu hete of thelofs mflained by the-CiVtlry.of the Re-publjck. in tbe Actii�n-nc*r,M*eltj:4iiir;rtt to 493 DJfcert and privaxe Men,, Ikilld, wo untied, or taken Prifoners, and 801 Horfes kill'd. wound* ed or milling. By � Letter from Turin, dated the 1 ft Inflanr> we learn, thir the Sieg- ot Genoa is not railed, as has been induftrioufly reported; but that, on the contrary, the Ii pnialifts have pUced tbsir Artil" lery lo well, that they actually bombard tbe Citv. The Genoefe have m*de a Sal'y whi.h did not lui-cted, they being rermlled by the Light Troops of the Aufiriins. Letters from Infpruck conrirm the fame thin** and. N. t THE Army made a motion Yrfrerdar, and has put its right towards Stochera, and the leit on the Heights about Meifs, r^e greateft part of the Caval/y being encamped in the Center, oppofite Maeftrichr, Geneial Tripe's Corps moved at the fame time nearer Viler.and occupie* feveral Pofts along tbe River, as General Baro-niai does on tbe the right. The Enemy ftifl encamps on the Field of Bar-tie, hiving two. detached^ Corps advanced before them, one under the Compte de Clermonr, Prince, oppolit* to Vifit, and the other ander the Compte de St, Germain, towards Lonaken, M.de Lowendahl was detached on the fch fnffant with a cor-fiderable Body towards Died, but alter haviog made two marches towards Antwerp returned tack again j 11 is cot err Lain when be will moye that way. The Enemy made a general Forige row^rds Maeftrseht oa the $th Inflant i the IrrrguUrt Skirroiihed on that OcCafion, but nothing pals'd of Conlecjuence, Sir John Ligonier, tad all our Prifoners that were in a Condition ro be moved, have joined taken the 9'^ trvflan-t, ex.ept tF*t we hav: lugmented our Polis on tbe Rfeht and Lett of Maellrkht on the River. He have a consider.* ble Pott at Ma ley ck. the Works of whicb Flace baU-je been put in aSiate of Detente. The Enemy's Grand Army his noe yet chingeai its Pofitton, but they have re nfor.ed the Corps which they had tdvtnced dote to tbe Meufe, wrth leveral Bittalions. In the Nigh: of the nth the Corps of tbe Compte d'Extees, being conhtieraily reintorced, advanced* from oyrr �gair>il V*(ct to the Houle cUled Ciefter oa St. Petet's Hi5, where they h�ve been working ever lin-"e to iotrencli, themieives. VVe hive a ftrong Pod at Miechu-btra, whjch will be-con fid en ^ly reinforced ch is Nig be. We have thtee Bijdajes aver the River for the Convenience ot the Det�vha\ents wnkbi are to cco>s i^ an^ in order io luilain them with ehe�f�at#r F>le. The Corps under the Compte de Sx. German is ftin in the latnc Pofition, oppofite to our Right, aod occupy l*v*ral Poft% on the other fide. The Corps of French Troops under M. Low-n-dahl, whi.h is advanced fjw�4ds Antwerp, h laid to be deftined for an Exped-tion agdinft tbe Fior* tier pt Holland, but we tuve jet no Acxouncs ofthejr ha*ing paiTsd tne Djlf, The scoo Heirum, whj.h trie Court of CaPel farnithes to the 5utes General, aic taptttcd ttiu OjJ at Arnbeim. The wounded Men who were in a Condition to be reaavrfi, �Je lent fiOTi NVteftiicU 10 Venlo, in Older to ckar the -Kotpiuls ro farmer pUce. uae'C they conrin.ie to woia naxt at the For'iti.auons. The 1 ' naJc an a -tempt this Marniag ro d'flodg'' oar Poft at L.e-fi tebeig, but wzic reputed wjth Lois Miyu. July 13 N. S, We le^tn ix*n Puw 'h�t no ACcO�KU-h'*-FC betn publilhe.l t the Ail*i><� of n�e rd Inftant, But a very .mprrjcci one .n the P�h- icoctf Ariry lets irufl lo,oo� Men, aoa l�>.t,e uivit.- tg^'y Pic^* �T
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