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   London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - December 5, 1847, London, Middlesex                                l. xlvi. n'viv- 94. Pue's Occurrences. fromSATURDAT December thc 5th: to TV ESDAT December the 8th, 1 - v7- a, � ,rri^i 10,b"'' *'        tfre foticwing AivUiS. the LONDON GAZETTE. S/dt^fco'mi Hovtmbtr 3, 0. S- f if now certain thar the Dyer u i|! beak up about the Beeinning nt next Mi^h. Drtlln, Mv- ii.   Thi King and Qjieen ot Poland will return hither to-morrow irom Huhmsburg tur the Wintei Se (on. .n: iviJiuchrff jsptuing ready his Iquipages tor fajUlfv to Vienna. tS, N. S. They write from Provence h; 17m Jn::an', that the Head Quarrel's of the ih.V:i'\ were removed to Nice 5 that the Ir:-t pe:'. I'biiip uas to b" on Monday the 10th iniriies i --ml that Martha 1 Bellejfle wis prepare pa Iptrdily ro Fan's. M. de Mirepoix who 0 amn-and the Army in his Ablenrr, has fixed Had gutters .-t 1 o: ; and M. du Ctutel will nn: under his Orders at Nice. Ten Bma-s a:e left in tic Potts at Ventiiuiglia to fiK-r mar Place in Caie of Neceffiry. here aie to many of the Aimy rick, that three pitalsare o:tiered fur their Uleat Aix, Toulon, Or riff. imitiln Ofit, Dec. 1. On the 27rh ol lall Month rr.ch Privateer Prize arrived at Plymouth, held,t  onne, mounting 16 Guns and Nfer,. The End or' the LONDON-GAZETTE JriJ, No a      Thct>ay after To-morro.v two ions oi l'iallres let out for the Army ot Don lip; jooo Recruits, uho are actually in Catt-�,�rc a'to to much loon for the fime Place. �btni Hmi- lo.   Three GaKks are <*{; i-.*v.- o-r-\-;of lvaa; Gcneig.'s; trough h.- U tar.es v,.,i.n ?pp;arcu in Ho'Und tor want of them, fee�cs t� be m a great Mraiure v-nifh-d, fin- e the I) it hluve bzen jnforiyed, that the Pii:ic.e S:adt'.ol.l--r u ill c.it-mand the Allied Armv tux: Y:ar ir, P.-rlon. TheSpamlh Amb fT.dor hne his received D i-parehes from Mad'id i rpo; ting, thac his Catholtcic Ma) fry has refected the Ptopoiitiens late.y made to him by the Court ot Fvar.-.e, whatfeever Advantage miy relult thfretru.T. co the Court ot N .pies. The lali Letters from Pa ris intim < te, that there is great Cjf.tufion at thc Court of VerhiHes, and thar molt of the Princes ot the li ood, and the Perfcns of Dirt met. on who have Employments, makf noS.-rupK- oi fheuing their DilTitistaCtion with the Conduct ot the Marquis de Pay tit ux, v*ha, they lay, ir.fftad ot behaving with Eirmncis and Vigour towards the Allies ta ks of nothing bat Methods that are htaling and reconciling, and or fiiding out loose S hemt for accomodating Mat ers to tbe Sitisfaftion ot all Parties, la lhort they fay openly, thatM.de Puyfieux is no- 'TlJt for the Poit whKh he ocupies, and that veiy ,,r fro-a inipirirvg as he fhouid do, the Enemies of thc King with Terror and Fear of his Power and Reverence and Rflpfift to his Majrfty and his Minsters, he nourilhes their pride and encourages their Audi; butnets, by the timid and gentle Sile in whi-h he both talks to the^r Miaifters, and writes to tt.eir Court. Hj$tt!,N(n/. 19. The States Genera), in fending Inductions to th;ir Miniffers abroad, relative to the AnL*er given by their High Mightineffes to the French Ccun's Memorials, have charged in particular their Miniikr at JJerlin to fet forth to the King of Pruflia, in the ffrongeft Term*, tbe Jin-gfrous Skuation the Republic is in, and mikf him lenfibie how worthy it is of his moti leriaus Ac-tenriom as a neighbouring S'�te ; whi^h being thre(tentd witn total Ruin by the Kinz Of i-ratice, the Confrquenres cannot but affect his PrulTnn M�j?lry in particular, and Europe in general ; and therefore their High Mightincfl'ts hope that his Maprty will voucnlate, in his gre.it Wjfdom, to confid'r of proper Means fur giving a Check to fuch pernicious Proj'cls. Pint: Nay. to. An Expiels has been within thefe tew D ys dii'patched to the Matquis de Lau-warie, Ambafjador frona his Ma/efty to the Coirt of Sweden, with Odcrs, as jt isrrponed, for that. Minilter to demand that a Body of 10,000 or 11,000 Troops, and a Squadron confiding of le-veral M-'n ot Wat, ro'y be in Readinels againft the nfXt 5prtng, ro be  d of as hi�, Mijeity fhall dnecl. Jhis Courier is ro take hisjournev by the Way ot Berlin and Copenhagen. Pa-is. tfjv. 14. Since the Arnvai of Marfhil Low-endahl a-r Coujt,Orders have becm difpatched into the Low Countries, for a Body of Troops to aiTem-blebetween BruRfs. Antwerp, and Mechlin, -s hich is to confitt of 4^ B.ttilions, with lome indrpen-dent Companies and Squadrons of Horle. OrJers have likjpwife been fent to Antwerp to prep.uea Train of Artillery of 80 Pieces ofCannon. What is intended by thefe Preparations is at prefent unknown to thePublick, nd there is no Likeli* hood ot the Intention coming to Light before the Arrival ot Marfhil Saxe. LONDON, Dec.  r. On Snurday the following Numhcrs were drawn Prizes, vit, Numbrr 38,�l8, n f$6, and 44.041, of 1000 1. eachj 37.888, 4i,i?f, and tj,;yo. of Too!.   19,7*9,   4Ty84>  l*Ji^ �3,o8o, I5,7f5> *nd 14499- ot 1���ch. Yefterday Nuaiber drawn a Prize of 1000 1. No. 34.939, and 18,779, weW drawn Prizes of joo 1. each, and No. 4*,os�T, tnd 41,983 were dravtn Prirts of 1001. eacn. A French Ship valued a't 7000 1, js taken in her Paffage from Sen rna to Marf illes, by on^ottfur Men of War under Admiral Byng, �nd carrid imo Leghorn. Yefterday Morning eight Waggonj laderf with Silver, were brought trowr Portlmouth under a ItrongGuard to the Park, being theTteifure taken rroja on board the Nympha, and the Dutch Ships from La Vera dux, tikeo by thc Royal Family Private*-!, On A''vice t';ar me Frenc'; Pr\'atee:s uere c-u z' ing to mtc-. T' tiie vict '.nz Sht; s !) "-rntJ .rs, th.- i.ords -o the Ad't 1-ia'-v - r'ea'"'' to or.'er a Mm r,s '-n ] v? !a;e.'-y i'oti!d he u ir ins #r> en- b.  e in aMol us N?ut-a!iry in regit.-. t  t - vie ;'.':ch Mi jbtineff-' -, whatever shire thev  nce.l hy the StatesGene-tal to German Offt ers to ru'^c Regiments tor their Service, would g eu'.y impede the Levies which the French intended ro make in the Empire, upon which they pl-crd a very prfat Dependance, ^nd tor which the Count deSaxe had takeu fuch Mea-fure5,as ne j'u igrd muff r.ave proved efT.-cfual, 'nd probably migut have he-n fo, b t for this untort'* teen Evfnrk whici riles entiicly from the late Change in their Government. Ti>e frefhelf Advices we 1 ve hen F 3^ce ac-kn iwiedac, thar great 0:a hcles lie in the W  � th it this Morur^ti ts uader n J 11 aPain about thc Nrtitrality or ).�. S^o in-law the K.mg of the T^o Sicilies, and has i>ctide* �iatiy otner it �'d Rcauns againlf the Lll rnrnti'jn'd Step in particular. ExtrtZof * Lr.ttr frtmO/p�rt, Swimbtr �8. On W�Jni(,5� y Noon the Court Mar ill b�J�a OO tljpt   FuK, on ooard th� Duk� M'" of '**c in t.i* K. boo .   Sir P�r 1 Warren Ut at Pf�lid�nt, a.1ift�r by   ht AJmiralj Oibon^, Lit, Hawk�, a �d C 1�� m b c 11, b � fj i e * I� v * 1 a '. C a t  a i a s : .5  f T �t� r optnad Mit  Co�rt wi;h   a   tontilt ind  modtft Sp*�cn, tsrtgatJ t>   hn h e i 1. ^ P;eft*at (  an.1 afctriraidi mid* an ttcquerr and pa-hccic Switch, Imtatcjt  to the 5�ti|tti of thtit naetiflg.   Tb�n tha Ch�t)�� agjinlt C�p:*in F<:x wa�t�4d by it\� }u ng. 'bat lo Ur f'om  being tnac\;v�,   h^' tso Sb>p� (tiock to t�;ji.   Tb�� the Court proc;�d�J to tx. tmi.it   Wirn�tfet to lupport the Charge tJi'iaH him.   The fiiftwai C*pt. Vatfon ot the Faiictls Louifa    th*  lecond, Capt.  Cotei cf th* �dia> bargh   tbe third, Capt. Saandtrt of (he Yaranou b, wbo all gave an Account cf what fell under their ttfpveiivc   QWeivation*      TfWr   Ett tntna � i. n 1 ialttd ti!'. your in the A':�:noon,  after w itb th� Court lojourciec! .'i'i  � jbt t'v"!otk on Thu ftaj Moroang.   Thay lat aaam oji Tnuii :ay an J Piirfaj, and   ta�n   �Jjourn�d   :o  ntj Mccn;r.g a: � gbi o'Clotk On Thuil Jay artivtd at Spidiead the Rainbow Man of Var. Oq Fiiday trrivtal the Piint-e Henry Man cf Var And on Saturday the Amnoa Man ot Wi^ which Ship,   ried into Breft. It it conftdtrt'iy (Viet, that great lDttreft ii mj king by lomi particular. Peopi*.   to an Eng- lifh General Drooght ro a Trial fajr fhoo ing  Dutch Cornrtiandifjg Otracer at the Baaie of V�f, but it i> belieVed,  Dake ira that Enga^etneut, by arTordin^ an Or* poit unity ot leading on rhe L^uth agai^dt ;&* preno, and ftopptng their Ptag��fr, wbo sv�rt too poftrfait' iot the f�w Eargwfa >vt�o oppof�d !'rr�rn. By a Le'ttr from Switzer^nJ h�re H ao Ae. couut, that one oi the moil cocftdtratle t>r the Rom�n Cantoni ar� gciaj to eruarase, tc-� Pr�se. Sinr Religion. On Sunday laft the Nympaha, a Spanifh SoutK* Sea Ship, takm by thc Royal Farr.i.y Privateers, failed from Portsmouth, under Convov ot three Men of War, for the Downs -, but. in a hard Gale of Wind, drove on a Rxk at Beach* Head, end was entire y lnit. and yo Men dr wrv* ed. She was fakl to be wuCtta 100,00 > i. notsv'th-(landing her Money was taken out at F%rtf-mouth. There h en Account t�crQ ' t e : er a irJ i-l'a u*-th>t C �>as ��a
                            

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