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   London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - July 25, 1847, London, Middlesex                                s I Vol. XLV UE 'S CCURRENCES From SATURDAY July the 25th, to TUESDAY July the a3th, Jfo-r xy lafi arrived One BritijkTac-ttt, which brought 1 Holland Mail. Peurilitur^ July I. H F GslMes have been ordered to Dunam-.md, and we flill  talk of trafifporring a confidcrabie Hody of Forces under tht Efcort of a fmall Squadron at Cron/radt, agreeab'e to �certain Tuaty not long,ago concluded. But others think, 11),: another  Alliance   that has teen concluded fnce in a certain Coantry, will prevent this', tl.e View of fending Auxiliaries from kencr.bcine to facilitate the Peace of Europe, and not t'u light a new f War in the North.  Prince AufiuflusotHoiiteirt is on the point offetting out on his Return to Germany, for which her Impt-ria) Majcfly his been pieas'd to order a Frigate to attend'him fiom Cronftadr.  The Court h�s re-ce^v'd an Exprcfs worn Stockholm, and another jfroiB M. NVpleif. our Refident at Conftantino-cle,but we know not an/Thing of rheir Contents, farther than that thev kave occafion'd the holding of fevfr'al CAiner-Councils, to which fome of the Eoreign Miniilers h*ve had Adittiyrarjce.   We are fiid very arfenrive to the Perftan Trade, and to the Projeft ot opening a Commerce to japan and WclWnd"es from our Soutb-Eaft Frontiers 5 in ord�r to which, Te vera! Officers of gteat Experience, ittent.'d by fome Engineers, have been jfojttomake D ;coveries by Land, with a View to make Choice of a fit Place for erecting a City �ne owning * I'O. t. that may be moft convenient for that Pun-ofr.   B"t asfcr our Silver Mines in iiberii, if; X.:rv Obftacltshtve hitherto occurred jn the working them, that we have not been able to miU them turn to any great Advantage, yet we Slil live ' -, Hopes, that great as thefe Obftaclci are, Titne, Jmiuilry, and Patience may get tbe better of them, frace we are fure that the Mints ire in rffernfclves very rich. Si*tiolw,July li.  Theresas appeared lately in thi^'Kingdomi a Libel intituled, TU Advice of &n tm-.ji saejt to bis Couvrrjaten.  It has Wen tranflated Into Vrtncb, and (o makes its Way every where. The Dvet hasretente'd this Piece in an eatrtordi-hi.y Manner;-bctairie it is written in a Language in.critfent with Government, and is calculated toaJrethe People again ft the States, ithasbeen burnt by the Hands ot the Comrooo Hangman. All People are charged to bring in the Cop'ws they have, under ftVenj Penalties, and joco Crowns hive been offered for.tlifcovering the Author. Hh M>;efty has been pleas'd to Rive the Title and Rmk of Firfi Admiral to Baron Charles GtoigeSiobl d. Our Military and Naval Affairs begin  to carry < fluiteanew Afpect, and the belt Families in this I Coantry, to mew their Zeal for it willingly ac- f cepteven the lowed Commeijds in both. f CeJiaj, JMy 7. The Happy Day dt out Deliyer- | ince isat lift come. The Aoftrians, after having i   1 times dividing it, and then bringing it all together �without our being able to Account forTueftdon' tradictory Sreps, rhey brought great Part of it a Shore again hit Week 5 and as they had in all,go Pieces of Cannon, and 31 Mortars, we had fome g| Apprehenfions that they might in av itttle Time 1. inakethc Place to hot for us;  But, laft Sunday, {' the id Inflant, they embark'd oncemore their ; Artillery with a great deal of Difficulty, the Sea be- \ fflgvtry rough at the lame Time they ftruck their ! Tents, and lent them away to Campomofone. ' Though, from fuch DifponrionSi we immediately \ Judgd they were going to retire; rHey ftay'd yet 3 j *�ys longer, lying every Night Without rheir \ lents, and eonftamly upon their Arrfis.  Bat at I "It, jn the Night, between the 5th andgth, they ; aeparted without Noifej and �tBrenext Morning 1 7 S^of D�y. all their Trodps -hail already |j reach'd Torramj thofe. t^t^fremthi^ hft Pbft �avmg ptfs'd on to Campbmordrie? Th�. Pierf- ? Tontere, who occupied all the Pbffs towards the viuey ot Polievera, from Coumata to thei Sea, iKewifcembtrirtlaU thfkBaggage, &ci Andaiwe reamed >i>y the. Deierten and Spies that thef were wrcciK is Yefterday towards Savona, in order t^t iw\ Gfrier*^"�itriim in the V�Bey of Onegiia, of the Dukede Boufflers, who, in Fadt, died of the Doctors; for thefe Sons of Efculapius miftaking theSypmtoms ot bis Diftemper, he wasfuffoc�ted itft Sunday by the Small Pox, after they had pre-fcrib'd him what was properelt to kill him. Lejfcont, fuiy 8. A Letter received from Genoa brings Advice, that at the raifing the Siege two Piedmontefe Battalions were taken Priloners by the Gcnoefe towards the VaDey ot PolTevera. By another we hear, that no Veffels were arrived there from P�rto Fino, laden with ail Sorts of Pro-vifTons. It is reported here, that the French have made   Enemy's Troops are ro bt feen in thefe Parts, and the Engiilh Men of War have likewife left our Coafls. Rome, July 8.   Prince Henry Benedict Stuart, Second Son of die Chevalier de St. George, having refoived to take up with an Ecclcfiaftick Life, tbe Pope perform'd, oc the joth of Uft Month the Ceremony ot {having the Crown of his Head. The -3d Inftant the Holy Father held a publick Confilto-ry, it which the whole Sacred Cottege a (lifted; auvd the Pontiff made an eloquent Harangue, in which he expatiated on tbe Antiquity of tbe Houfe of Stuart, tbe Virtneof that Family, and their Attachment to the Holy See, of which they have gi� ^en Signal Proofs on divers Orcafions.  [Aa Ex citttm Rftommendstibn oftbem to tbe People of Greit Briuial]  Then Hb Holinelsadded, that Prince Henry Benedict inheriting the Virtues of that Houfe, and in parctcuLir the Pier? of his Anceftors, bad refelved, though fo young, to consecrate the reft of his Days to the Servkeof the Church; and ^hat be (the Pope) thought he could not better exprefs how much he was ediaed with this pious ReioJution.ihan by veiling the young Prince with Che Dignity ot Cardinal.  AH the S*cred Cofiegfi having given their Approbation, Prince Henry wtsintrodu ed into the Confiftory, and made a -Curdmal with the afual Ceremonies', and is to be ftiled from henceforth, drdinJ PuketfTor^, Crtmtns, Jutf fl.    tThe^eeiieft  P�tt Of  the Troops that were eropioy'd in the Sicfle of Genoa, have taken"t!ieir^.oure fcfSTvona, and 7^o�-A�l-trians are 4�tt ,^0 gaard the Bocnetta.   The tog lifl) Squadron that vi'asDCtdre Genoa, is rettr'd to V*d%t%?jfr^aT        to prevent the French trom knd/ng^any Troops upon the Coaft   We b��e � ft from good Hands, ihr#t in tbe lair great Council of War held at Turin, hfcSardiman Msjeiiy lave it a% hh Opinion, that the Siege of Genoa mould go-oti.  General Count Brown lpokcaftec-wards for three Hours, in order to lhew tbe indii-penlable Necefltty they were under of raifing that "Sjeg*>'in OpdeY to prevent the Ruin of her imperial Ma;efty's Affairs, as-well as thole oi the , "King of Sardinia; his Arguments had fo gteat Weight, that the King himlelf, and every Body I pr'efent, "came Over tohis Opinion* upon which an  i^|>^olM to Vienna *tih I Plan Qjf.,Ope ; rarioni, uppn the (Return of whiph they w"ITl Be : fixed, .s wlUaildtheComniarldS&t'the Army, to ' on Army it St. Re mo, has continued inarch for SaVOna, from whence be will turn towardsCevajtfid Mondavi, in order to befiege th,c lift mt'rttionea^Uceji tro^ whence be wilhattrch Auitrians flrould take the: Rpute Of the i^to^orii; ikjnfdjer ttijojn the Chevalier his Brother, *-u"--,J q who is d"ire�ing bja njarchT ttfHher from Dauphine. The Artly of cue Ma^&�1*is compofed of 20*000 French, aW a^JW^Spattiards. that of tbe Gbe�a-Ikr confifts pr upwards ij.ooo Mem exclafive of the Spani^Cava.lry that are to reinforce it, and the Regiment of Burgos, that has been in this Neignbourbood for four Ycun, ba* already begun Bochetta, we fei�t oat after them ouc l^btnnir�d Troops, and�%good Number of Be�iant* tuitatn d by fcvetal Companies of Gtertfflicts. .ttwlcarce 'pofliWe to deJcnbeour joy oh this Ocfiahoo, at-ter ten Months, Ipeot in continual jadarms and Skirmilhes, iaily fludiuating betwee* Hope and Fear. But this Joy is a little daenp'd byttieLois its March for rhat Purpofe,  I:      irr.po exprels ihe Vicilance and Af.\v'.:\ u; rals upon this Occalion, and the !'s     . h; taken to overcome the many Dtfi-uitirs : in the Way of their Undertaking. It k certain, Sit there is a greter Apreira: of our penetrating into Piedmont, than'r;.!-- . at any Titoe known by this Road, which ru  � often taken by the French, b^t hardly ever * Succefs.   It is believ'd that the Vao puaid o! - to Uy n the 73 Chevalier's Army wiH reach Demont about th-Beginning of Auguft. His Catholick Majcfty figt),h-J not long ago his Inclination to a.comcnodare Ma> ten with tne Court of Turin, but his Sirdinun Ma;efty rejeded tbe Offer. Li'tfi* July u- Skirmilbes between tbe Light Troops continue daily, and to judge by the Di�-pofuions of tbe Allies they are preparing to take Revenge for the Action on the id, The Day before Yefterday the French King, acyoropanied by levera! Generals, came ro Rou our, to view the Field of Battle of the 4th of October Uft. Mtnr Tents were erected, in one of which his.VU]?:?y Dined with Marfnal Saxe and ten other Generals, at a Table ot 50 Covers. Brufch) Juh 1 The Marquefs de Cnntidet, Lieateant-General, who co.Tn.ands in theCouri'y of W�is, is march d with his Body ol Troops ro join Count Lowenrhhl, whofe Corps will be fpetdi-ly reinforced by a Detachment Irom the Kin�'> Army. The Burgomaflers of Huift having refufed to fur-nifh the Forage, Sec. demanded of them, in the King's Name, Grenadiers are qumer'd  in their Houles 'tin they comply with thofc Deman is, hom tbi HeilUJurieri u dptiU, in the ijlind rA S.: BiViUnl, iuh 13. Lieutenant Genial ScniiTicrr though: pmr:t remove the Headquarters hi:her, tor iv.z Conv ency of eflifting Bergen op-zoom-   V\ - h.i.c ready fent tb it tier fcvctal Gunners, ar.i! we cotit!::-tending daily from on board "the Suacr.in; �r ( Vke-Admirals Scbry ver and ,\5jt.h-i-, io ,� as a. inclined to undertake .true s.n ue.   11 i$o Pieces of keavy Cannon in tl c rface, ev^a.'i of what is in the Lines, and wfut they .i.ay h;v receiv'd from the llhnd of Wakheun.  m u.a zid there was faiely ca/icd into tiu jo^n, i.;,l die Camp of Prince Sate 1 Ukibourgl.au.sr�, 1 ply ot 100Oxen, ;so Hogs, and fctoshtij-.: 'Ji,'ty have Corn and ^iour enough, ami it they 1,1,1 n.:., we could fupply them i"jH"iC'ffntly '.or r.i ;�l;i:ukj-. The two Deputic,Van-Haren and Vrrel.t. -t-isa nothing to inlpire both the Garrifo.i an.! ihe In*< babiunts with the invin
                            

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