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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - November 10, 1847, London, Middlesex Vol. XLVI. CP / IS rM b UE! S o CCURF FNCE From TV KSD A Y Not-ember the roth, to SATURDAY Kji'enifar rhc I th fc/f tmtfJ fiii'-tjh Facfcu, which br.u^ht From the LONDON GAZETTE. Aiwuli�-C^T.i, ti,.-mb-.r f. CArf'n Datr't!, Commander of his Mr!h''< the Hj.:,pi};i:,< , i; s ta- n- n a:;J i 'ought into I'iy i.nurh, .� p-rnch Erie iff c-ijirj rn- O;;or, ot ;8 (wii'.s at; i z j i Mm; 111- was one i t M. d i ' -j":.' i i \ Sq : d: on, tnileh t-e r'u-.un f: t. . 1' ycouth his M-;.-.')'i ,a-e :!>> >p .".! iio-n ih-- Me o'f> m- ;� co Lisbon, in order co rhetcrnen :hr Con^.;- to r,-|-3 Lot: from th?iKe, !m the rhr ,c Tivr Iiv.ln trips and other Tuil;', cn th-- 7th ot' | ;\ Mon:h. of oi Cape St. Vin.-rnr, tei- in with nVSij! ot vn:^> nnd Itto Secrets to whom he gave Cha_-, inJ coming up with the S:f:ri;;io;f. In" proved to be the King George pu'v-icrer, u hole- Con (tinder informed i i.n, that r.- and anow.er privateers had been enraged the Night future with aSpmilh Wan of \W ; ui g - t-Jydiublcd ).� Ins Mills ar.J R tiir oihti 1'. iv�t-. -,i w hi h g nd th-c 'head, were then in C a .e ol the lain. S' �p. Upon tn�s In- carry, I 'on a'ttr diltjnguifhed the Spurih Ship vc , pl.ua. as like* Ik an n .cr which Juied iheSptd'n.ii, and pioved ro he his M./efry's S'wp .ths Uiit-i -juth. tt ri|:ty Guns, com.-,-.ai.d'd by 'Cipui.i Hi'r.i.tcn, wiiu k tome up uitht'':e LiKtny �t tJ;ie in tl:e MofiKnr, enjugc.'. him vcty >ouj tl'i Ml piftTii.ee, s*iirn tue DarrrcoJ�'i blv'a up. The l'rivatccr'. lioiti w-iv i n ,ici'iatt-jyhii.;cd out, .Mid U> - n '! c 8th, the Rufl'l c.iiTJe up a-Icnfc*iiJ-v me 5pani.irJ. u-ifei;, Mtrskci-ili^r, sa hiiioi l'u ,uic tiiey enr3c;ti( until Six, w h-n a lucur Slwc t^try ,-ng au-a> toe bp.unav.'s Mam-iop-tni:i, ih iiiii.vi'.uh Urtii-k. T t e ship prove ro b: tnc G'..>. 1.!..., 70 fjiirr, and 700 Ni ri, com-lta;iilvi! u) . i.'ii P..:io M:i1m li Z-c.i;, biund jiomCv' >..:!�� -ii�.a 1*^11 i.iOilli.ia, to C�J.;z. ro nr. in t.u-r to pioteu! -o Vcia Cruz. The Rsll'ri hi'i b.jt 4:3 Me.i u.i yoaid wlvcn ilu- he gin tr.- tn^.'ge;iicr.t, i.tcnty 0: wiiJiii were fitk i-.nd nor �j . co lome 10 their Qu ittts. lioth tuc y,;pj ht.ii.-, c u a ihitcetid in i..e fngageiajent, are pst int.-. '..isbon. Hh Ni i.il.V -hips No;folk and Princ.Ts Ciro-lir.a, m t-eu- 1' luge home from th; Msd he mine n.u mi ojr'fade under their Cor.vi.y, fell in w/.'n -r >sii dI' th: Juitv.-rJ bound Eiench F'.ecc 0' .\5e:... i.t s.jps S:c jt being very h zy \Ve�-t:>.,.n'., ti-.c h.e:;..1 r.ghr to Windward, and the En,,j.i) ic:iiiig ro hie Co.Tjpiny with tlieir own Cunvoy, th.y took but two ot them. The End ot' the LONDON-GAZETTE, An Extru3 ej & Idler from a Minijier in the French la-r�re;I u the Hague, dutliht 31/? of October. The Hopes whi:h had been conceived here of an jpproubing Congrefs of Peace, vaniihes in proportion as the Talk of Mat&a^ Bathiani's Head Quarters being hxed acAixla Chapelle eocreafes; ami the People feem to fee) great uneafinefs it the Aivi:es thn are rereived from Paris, where, wjth-ojt lofm; Time in Deliberations, the Court daily dhpit.bes Orders in o der togive the Repubiick of the United Provinces a difinuive'Stroke. And according to the Meafures which are taking for the Execution ot the Plan of Operations of Marital BelUifle, it appears, that itic French Court intends that the Advantages gained in Italy by the Courts ot Vitnm and Turin-, (hill not be of any lon& Duration-, the Minjftry likewife feem delirous that the Genotle fhould have Elbow-room and Force sioft:itrst to recover their Territories, their Liberty, ami, in order ro prejudice as much as pof-fible the Err.prcfs-Queen, to attempt taking lrom her 3v. the Milanezc. The M�rqu's ***** is perfectly well received at the French Courr, and is �llo well fitufied with all'the Meafares'that are taki'ig theie, and w>ich by a refined Policy tends to ddlodge the lloufe of Auftria fram Italy, to favour the Dominions of hjs Sudinian Majcfly, *hou they are very defirous of gaining over. >rid purpoi".' to mtkc his Territories more com/no-dious by adding thereto tome ot the Conejuefls which Vunce and her Allies propofe to make the Rtxt Campaign. The City ot Aoaltcidito* wfaLh w the ooly ooe thar oppoJ.'S the Hrredifary Sj c - JT in of the ,.Rep;ilentative, ^ho lhall receive hi' Inlhu--ri.ir.s trorn the Rfpent and her Council, uhieh docs not -ppeir very unteatonibl: to to.tie L'en-P'e. Th-Uer-uitj: y Su:-e(l'ion has pifled in the Scares ot c-. im -.greea'^Ie to the Prop- lition of the No"U', ot Ho'.'.and: It h^s pijfed roc in G-jel-der'.ar.d, in the Diftrlct ot Zutphen ; the B hl hid ike co have he n rn-iT^-ed tor if-]�.'i: in 'he C^'a^ter ot Velowe; It has alio pli!' j in the Citki o;0ver>/T.i: But in Ibrre c t ti: I- la.; lJ!i.cs there was gre.t Violence ufe.i by th:- hih biunts, who by force ot Arms ohii^'d the Magi..'r�tes to do it. Front the London Print} CsT Manufcripn T 0 N D 0 N, Novet-.W T and 7. Lr^T of Men 0] IVrr I'troyd or taken from the French. By whom tit?* By AJmkV.s A if-^n 5c Warren's Sqjidroa Men L'Invin:ihle 74 Le Terrible 7 + Lc Mon.ique 74 Le Ntprune 7 o (. i.' 6 1 Le Trident �4 ^ > Le Fongeaux e>4 6JO- Le Mars 64 Le Vigiient 590 L'Ardent Le S-neux 66 156 Le Diammt 56 450 Le Jafon Si i'' U Robin U 3:8 Augufte lo 470 The Severn To 5 5o. L'Etoile 4
. vu:i|}: re Vj � r r � . �i -o. ,'/>��;/.: ' .',;.r -� " � in Liz I - Gun: . M-.r.. K ..: i 40, 1 i -> 6^ 403 15 4? ( 0 11 4=- JO 7 ! I 4,^ 13 1 * 64 4b 3 19 c 0 1 oe> 1 t 5 * 4^ o N.') A-X0- 4--0 8 ~>? 5 r, ; ;o 6 : r 4>o Nu A'-O; : n -. 60 2 "9 �4 4'c.o I 4 7 i 4'-' I: (� z. : i 1 -r e to ., r I x ; : r 1 T pet-y-fo-chg Gcr.try com... ; ir.�.i_:trivus in t. king Ad� �n ase or t cn ot tot Ac: ac-i'- ft ves�jio". S.';�s ih-.-le few Dai- Njmbris cf r-o , ..... ,. arn ited 'or 1. if3.-,, and mu.: h ,.- t r.: t lut it not re no C.. '� ec:...ns .'..d. b; l'c rle for tn; .:, by wl.ic > t xy ubai": L'U-rtv. ExtrAt of i Lvttfr frt>'� G ID.'J, .\':-.'-mtrr 3. On iat-ardiv a Cuu-' tUr-tii 1 u .he'.d ori bo�id <:.e D-.-ke Mar of War in t e Htrl'-o-.-r, Ad-mwai i'*�'se i1, r:i' -or-, ce H 11. C�? . K-'i -e, ,ateot -tie x'uu.oT.e *-lin Wo, ul-'rh u 3 -. la.* on the Coi t 0: ;-fanCe , attev tiv rx-i.i.initi-vi of. W ju, tcm �a then AW'ence. ye.'ferdjva great Number of 'he Nohility and Gentry arrived ar ehe.r Hoaiesliom t'tsir Conner^ Se^t-,, to give their Attendance i.-. the cruu-Jng yarlitment, whi^S u.eeis n. xt Tati.!jy. Ve::ciday tf.e Report of the Malef'-ictors un�.'er Sentence ol L)eatti jn Ncv*aue w.;s rude to hi6 M'jeity tn Cotincil, when Thomas !'i.-ryOi:r I.as Blacktooth, the Smuggler; Hoiea VoueiU t;;-. jvw, for thcKt-bbcry ^nd Murder ot Captiin j vns, nca: Biihopigitcj Thomas Fui'er, found guilty oq the lice Act to prevent Smuggling � and Ge-Jtge Lancalfer, Cleric of a Man of W�r, for torgkig an A:linmcnt under the Hind of Georg: Pri e, a Svilui', deceaied, and uttering thejao:e. wer- o -derfd Joe Execution : John VWils, for Sh o"dsmned ;or a Str.ec Robbery, are relpjted. The Execution will b? on Monday the i6th Inftant, ar.d Youei; is to be Hunt; in Chains. We ic-un l'i oai Maples, tiut the Marquis de Foglimi, S-erctirv ot Stare, aod Jrime Mirui" r, who it was thoughc wo'-ild be very Ipecdily obliged to lefijn that Plate, in order to go vj:h the Character ot Ambaffador Extraordinary to the Courc oi M-drid, h� founl.Ways and Me^ns to retrieve his Credit with the Prince, and with the people, to that there k po longer any Talk Ai�, was complied of 140 Machantm-n \. tfm h was the Jaft fcftorc of their hnkjng Tnue, that they are very richly Jaden j and that it any Accident fhould be?al them, t wo,;ki go a good w4� towards erilliing ctiat B.ance of then" Commei. e, which is the oniy contiderable one they hav left. As thefe Lttrets have been mace fubiir: upon the Change ac Amitcrdam, there is nt� doubt ttutihe great Bl�w given cheai by Admiral Ha^kr. and the Lofs they have fince lutfatned, mjke a lirong and uleful Impretftan u.pon the rJa:.r-: at this critical Janiturc, when they are up^o the Point ot taking a rietiiTve telolutron, w tefpect to the Crown of Fran;e. There are Accounts Iruia leveral Puts ri France, that the Vintage (us f-jlt.i tin's Year t. wctl as. their-Harvtit ; mat the tdfCfs Lteiy ji-i> iiihed ia Holland hive prevented tneir r*ce:vk.-. Supplies ot Corn Ins thr fj^tkki o\d :hat >> Squ-iuron in th; Mediterranean puts it tn *t tneyna., a
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