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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - September 12, 1847, London, Middlesex l XL(T. uev Occurrences; From' S A TURD A Y September the i ith, to TUESDAY September the 15 ch 174*7. nitj trriaxJ One Britijb Pttqun, tvbub briugbt R U S S I A. Pttertburib, Aagafi ;HE Court is gone into Mourning for the D�rh of' the I'lince Roy* I of Denmark, We arc now under greater Pain than ever, about the Turks, not in a hoftile Manner bur in the Way ot Ir>-teftian, .the Plaguemak ing extraordinary Rm-gesamongft them, wbkh BCS us to keep fttong Guards upon the Fron-Buon Je Bicirlach, Embaffidor Irom the Irtot Vienna, has Ircquent Conferences with "hincc.ior Aid Vice Chancellor on the pre-"jute of Aff�frs. A Gentleman arrived fiere ithV. Div froin tJ,c Blonde Korff, our Mini-jt Stockholm, *ho is f id to have brought Pitches of rhe greateft Importance, but their ltrts ire kept 10 great a Secret, that we can L'r*1 to \now nothing of tbeoi. .The PoliO* j,i'-,r h s taken his Leave; ami M. D'ABion (alk� of his Df partuve, but in the mean Time t.tpuina to give fuch a Raft on rhe D y or' Levis, �* fcas n�t been leen in this Capital.- cril Keith embarked on the 4th (or England, Lieutenant Genrral Ignaticus, who com-nded in opr Citadel, died Ycftcrday; both will fedi'v replaced.. o . 'tt'tiurfi. Jut- at. There it Talk that the urtviil) nuke another Tour to Peterfkoff, and, < tlicre till the 19th of September. Up �n Ad-that the contafiions Diftemper Rages in the 3-inions of the Grand �eignjc�r, thf Governor �iow, and all the Officer! who command on �( Side, have Orders to guard ttrJ
uld be ulcd^ on the other Side. . ^Though the Communication of the Treaty be-een Hruifiaand Sweden occanoned no great otiom at Court, the grcatcft Attention is paid rrt to the Affairs of Europe, and o� the North in rricul.'r. and the ucmolt Precautious are taken be tei'iy again;! HI, Events, With rbjs view DilpoluioBs are continued, both by Sea and nd, to keep us always in * refpeftable Pofluft. e Fleet is* to be ready xo �t the fiilr Notice, d dv new Works tt Wiburgh are carrying on iduoufly. S W � D $ N. 9toc\hi!m, Au%, 17. His Majefty has been ex-emcly \\\, fo that his Lite was in the utmoft 4nger, but at prdrm he is tolerably weli rcco-rrcd. A very exaa Report has-been made of the ituatien 01 Things in Finland, by whkh it ap-� us, that we have at hft put "hat IJutchy in a oiid Sute of Defence. The Dyet will continue tting till the Middle ot the Month of OcJober, nd it is expected that they will rtgular,e Marters i �rcac Itnporrtnccbtiore they rile, is to efta-iiln the new Syftctn in atii in Br*( e� It was biervcd thit Baron KorfF was not n the Efench mi^tWor's Vctft, and, to lay ihe Tuth, it was �rtaitiiy thinner th htht to Name Baron Horn, his ErcbaflUdor 0 the Court of London, and the. Baron Pehr * �1 Flchming to return in Quality, of Envor Ex� triordinuy to the Court of Madrid- Our E*(t India Company feo on very luccei&liUty* and have actually contracted for touch greater Quantities of "at Minulac'tures this Year than they did the iaty nkh gives the Nation in general much �tlif�c-tiOn, and certainly not without Realoo; SPAIN Midrid, Aug. %i. Count Frcnclara. who Iind*r �d mth.s Kingdom force Weeks ago from Mexico, v�h*re he *�s Utely v'iceroy, arrived Here the luh Inftant. On the mh h* waited on the aung, and gave hi�j an Account of the State of A^m in that Country. The Court has a Third Tim ordered tU its Minivers in Foreign Courts todilown the Reports of a Separate Ptact betweea om M^eity and two other Powers. The King is *�iy reiolved to remaiQ as faithful to his En-m�ments avthe other Powers, who lollkit him to i'nee, are to the Engajeaienti they have enterc,i ,Dto on the other Side. We are affured,, that M.' de Caravajal will be � �iaau Tim 4ateti Pria& ^mil^r, aud have under hU Direftion rhe Secretaries of Swte of the levetal Departments: But, is is doubted whether the MarquiiTcs de Viflariasand Eacenada will fub-nit to this. There has been no Courier this Week fiom the Infanti But that �rom Naples Reports, that the Tioopsof the Combined Army are in Motion to eorer the State at Genoa. " However, as they h�ve Savona to ta,ke and General Leurrunn to beat, before they can, re�ch the Capital, our Politicians thirUt the Campaign will end with tha Siege or Savona only. r - - �~ I T A L Y. ' - Gemt, Jagujt ^. We have re e-ved an Account frotn Aranz�no, that two EngHlri Men ot W^r, and two Sardinian Gahies, appeared before rh.�t Place, on roe 14th, and demanded a very hige Contribution, threatening otherwile to attack, it both by Sea and Land, the Auffrian Irregulars undtr Count Soro being in that Neighbourhood, But the Forces we had der�chcd for the Protection of the Place,hivinR by faife Signals drawn the Ships to make thejr A'tack before their Friends 1-rived, gained, an Opportuni-y thereby of repulfing thero with Loft, rfnd had the good Fortune sUc-wards to rout the Troops or Count Soro., On the jtfth another Party of Huffirs. confining of about 110 Men, were furrounded by two French Battalions, and cut to Pieces. Two Gais.ea h�ve keen lent to Corfiea, to b ina^ hith/r all the Spinifh Artillery. th�t was depoiKed rhere when-Admiral Matthews comtrsanded io the Medirrrri-nean. Some French Batulions -are advanced to Vol'ri, where they are encamping and rijfina-Magazines; and tome Spsoiib Batulions are like" wile encamped at the Bochetta, to cover that important place, where we propole to ereA a Urong Citadel. A Pink arrived lately here from Savona with Oxen for the Ule of the Audrian Priioners. ..... Cm, Augult t7. 5ince the Arrival of his M�-jefty, fevctal Counctis of War h enerals nMcd. Viit Magazines are raifing, and a great Number of Carriages provided for the life of the Army, part of which are already marched to Demont \ fo that there feems to be 00 Doubt of our m�Jc/ng *n Ii-ruption irlto Diupbjny; it is believed we fhill at the T�me Time endervour to drive the Enemy entirely out of the County of Nice, proper Orders having been feat .for that Purpofe to Baron Lcutrurrv who is to fix, his tfeai,Quarters at Sr. Remo. On the other Hand >rh apparent,-rhat the Enemy atie providing to a& upon the De. fence only ; having drawn a Line from tfsrCafile of Dap to rhe Torbia, in order to cover the-County of Nke.> -.They have (till forry-tbree Battalions in LfaufUay, vii. thirteen in the Neighbourhood of ftmneon, iivc at .GuiUaftrr, and-twenty-five at Tournon, all their Cav�lry it a-bout Amtrun . The Genoefe and their A aiilkrjej are again in Motion, but in no Condition to befiage Savona. 1Ve lee here 4 Jour'a! of" wfcgrp fT 1: G-noa and its Territory, fr e 13d of Jfiv, >. e. fiom tt.tf Inv-tfi >f\ � f I)- Vj'i-leys ot Poilcveri and 1' l"i�r,o by thr A"-^''^n< a-A P/cdmr-nt-le, to thef R-,r*t f'-oti rr- V.i-leys. Tn;' Journal makes z? Pa-/<; in (^:*r;u, bel'des 0 Adv rrtif-mfnt or .-t� e^fci^r Fa^s, wherein the Aathwr obler^fs, ' T~�r j 174^- i. e. the Expullton of the Au.fiianT k>^h, ir no more �h t thn:e Ft* ploics in order to leave m>tt.ins t.-rthe C-u.r-.-der�tjon of the W-v!d but theSnoation -.>f \ Re-pubiick, whom Sell-D^fene faued ro rake A; ,.<;, without being induced thereto by ;.ny .M ui^-s of HatredrOf Ambitions �n..i \*h .�� !"ne by the Retreat rw her AiiieJi m L^ni- I G E R M A Vupu, Stft. x. Couct Ferdinand, d'HarrtCh, his Countefs and Family, are actually fet out for Milan. General Molck arrived here Yefterday, with Dif% , Tbey write from the French Army, that a Major of Engineers had been brought thither, who was accuied of holding Cottetpon-. dence with the Generals who command at Bergen-opiZoom. He was arretted by Order of Count Lowendatil, and it is thought he wil) toon be executed. - HOLLAND. Htgtk, Stfi. if. Ycfterday 1 Courier paffed through rhu Place, gomg ^om Turin 10 London. By hjs D'rtpatches we learn, that the Audrian and Piedmontefc Army, headed by the King of Sard r-niaj began tfattr Much, the iTriJ ot 1*11 Month, ind reckoned ro reach Degtoot cfae ail lafaau People tvwhom fhe w,s d im dtiker hcr- fel('up� emptyiiig '�' -r C rf r , and ,;r. i: r.t tha Purlcs o: iier Sjujects, tn.i iTi." mi^r.t be ibi^ to latisty her t.ew : "lint ihe �n, n!,t^'th-(taudmg, tit^c*.! in �ht i'.�M>;i.i.c as R are uicd, tnouHh the he.d her I ibciry o' G��; urn�i lh^w the SituiCjoa ot ad cne rorti/ied Hoih ; and :�= Error ot tome modern Geographers, who have 'outplaced the irupoiunt Pais of t/ie Bo. nert< is rectjiied. As tor che Eace ot the Country in general, the Journal gives the following DeLriptiua of it. : ' Seftri, Coraigliaoo, and the Villages of Polfe-vera, which were occupied by the Enemy's Troops, are left in a deplorable Condition. Thoie Pi ices, where the Ait or Mao kerned to*have bf?n cj-hauftcd in cmbciUibiag N�.ture, which were- the Delight of the Cir.zens and the Admiration of Foreigners, now exuibit nothing to our View buc the lad Monuments of the-Savageacl's ot the Croats, Wacafdins, 6cc The Trees are cut dawn, "the Guldens grubbed up, the Statues that adorned them w^accd, or broken, m Pjeces. Thcie iuprrb Pa-l^vtson which immenk Sums had been laid ouc in M�tbic, lJaintiivgi, �nd cutious Furnirure.. are become Heaps ot Rubbilhi and the tew rhax have ei'caped this F,t�, are yet fo defaced, that they1 nevei can be thoroughly repaired As for the other Houlcs, 4o the little T�wns and villages, a vail Number ot tbsm have been reduced to Athes", and cf the reft only the Wilis arc kit ihruiing* DootS, Windows, Iron Gates, &c. having been aH carticu off, or burnt. And whoever takes a Survey of the Fields, would i.nagin; it to be a Coua* try where Husbando.cn never yet did dwew FRANCE. gdrh.Au$. W. The King is not expefted at Vcrlailles silt theEnd.of ne�c,Mojith. A Courier is arrived at Nke, with Advice tnat the Marquis de la' Mint, General of tbeSpanifh Troops, revived an Expreis the7th Infl. fro* the K.ng uis Mifter, enjoin ing. him to ac~t in aB Things fn Concert with M: BeUeifle, and profecuce the Operations of the Campaign with all pt.flfibie Vigour. We btau from Aluce, that all rhe Troops left in that province have received Orders to hold themlelves in Read inefs, to march 00 the fir if Noti
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