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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - December 8, 1847, London, Middlesex XL vi. UE' 's O CC 1 T K R FNCES. 1'Voi n TV ESDAT December the 8rh, to S ATI7 RD AT Decemher � he 12th, 1747- (11-7 B'*-^ ^oj^j itpt HiiUnS A/ui.s. 0% CJer J i. la rill: R-1 r-iuMOn in IV lia engines the Attention of rhe Se'an, as ir may h.inp n thar i sG^nJ; qj-nc s will af-f.-cr t.-te S--i in jty .01 tne Republick, in i-ivji'R (he Pcne at Liberty to e.np.'ov vn- ottorrafi Forces again!? Chii'i?i-;i P'^rr, in wfi'ch Cale we might ir l>e the foiRottrti. Oidcrs have therefore n;:nr to pur aii the Srtriements in the Leva**: i-t i'.e.l iVfbie of Defence, and to f?,' the r z.,'.'i o: the important Fourels ol Cortu, l,i.h ft�v *.'-e.i!y lb olten biffi-d ai! the tffiio ttelnriJri-. The Fortifications of the Iflands Z,:i:e jnJ Cephilonia are ro be augmented U .'-ilc, in which all the new Itnprovt-Ai'-hittcn.n" aie to bf yut in 01 trie 'fi is lo,n ro faiI Men "t Wat and Galleafc.s e C.oar, anj Ice thefe Orders put in unon. The Govemois ot sll the Frontier uns in D.ltv.ati \ are pirti.uiitly intruded to i: n the |taft Handle ro the Subjects of to a. ,i.e any Complaints dgtinfr the pubiiiVsOfS-er.s and to be vjjilant and care-in rx�niinir:g ail Strangeis rh.t pafs thro', or m lctrle in, their Governments. As thefe ,;;s �n sr.il.t ry r-ctuf. 1:-fOenc\.; yh a Squidion^of �rre in n->'t(Tui'lV occ-fion an Inmate o' 1,,-es to the Government, and the Senate is 1 i ,cr O.-conorr.y and faying unncaflary hx-' Pcone tfnrefo.e fancy the lift Aiv.cc Cor;:!.ntinopie have given Room tolulpect �M.t emprs again!* rbele Dominion^ ki.^ j f-ivare Liner /ro* lie Hjj�o ^ � [in a! Sch.-y ?er having leprefented to the Stit.-., ,. he had row procured his full Complement ot fcr, and would r�r to Sea as loon as poflsble, - HfehMishtimff s Tent 0 dees for the tmmed. leiir,in| out Letters of Mnqjeand R-*P;*y��-;:,�� the Frenct, -Ahlth h,d b cn delayed for lome on th.t A.'counr, And 'tis alTartd that (eve-! ot the Zwlindrrr, and particularly the Fluthing , m, ;.iv. . n ait : i'.v at Worr thefe eight Days in mr.Tgout Privateers >ome ot whr:h wiu , rurv to put to S:a by the Time theic OTimiffiuns �re tvnd? OMt. W'-.r.rn from Wiiliemlladr, that the late hei-Rnr.s t-ave to coxpleatly formed the rnnun-r:w tounfl that Place, thai 'tis impol-Ifcie ;or the (ren- h to make any Attempt on lhat V', even it the Frnft Oiou d let in, as the Place, bnnc't be taken uith.iLit heavy Artiticry, which t:v t*nnot now pet there at *ny Rite. And a< to Jrtca, *ULh li;S move
order to avoid the Effects of the thorcuph In 6nat,0n *nd hearty Refect merit for its uuhea.il of Tre-irmfn? o," rhe Repobii ", xvi. 1 is n �>'.<� in j be'ter Condition than evrr of ren.hrins itlr'.t'tor-midjbie both by s-a and Land, no- oniy n l:;anc, but to all her Allies -ind F-i rids wit'i^ii: E<-"ep:ior. People whoare look'J 11pm to he in t*r ^e'.-et of Affa-rs of State, and to k-,ow eve; v po!"K- ions to be pur-lued in fhe Low Counrric?, and vvh're n there is an infallible f^heme for tne reraWrg Beicer.-or'" Zoom and the Duuhy �f B abinc the n--xt Campaign. "Hlrherto this Pi m teems to he generally well relilVj and ippro'.e:! of, and its p:e e 1-ded that it is the Dak- of Ar^rr.berg who is the Author of ir, bur tea- uho know that Grna'i b-iieve i> , they l.kew ile fay, that there is great 1 ike I h > >d that this Lord will have the Prefeien e to Count Seckendorff, for the Command in Ct i�t of the. Imperial Anriy in the Low Ccunciicr, although many here wifh he may not. Htiu , Dec. 5. Lnrd Sandwiih, Mi.nifftr Plenipo-tn-i iy from his Brirannick NHeftj, who teceive.l a Courier trorrj Turin and fenc hi n on to Lrnd n, has received another from his Court, who Pr tor-ward roisDiy toPetersbug and cairies vtiy important Dilparches; the laid Miniller his U:d a Memorial before their Hi&h Mi^hcinefl';s. I O N D O X, Dec. '3. We hear from Poland, that the Diforders that have for fome Time pall reigned in Tartary. in a good Meaj'ure over. Ic f�ms rhe Ruffian Court having fxp]ained themfclves very ckat!/ upon the Subj"& of the Depredations committed by the Crim Tartars on their Frontiers, an O/fi cer w�s d if patched to the Gov.rnor of Kiow, to sffare him, that thofe Depredations weir not only committed without the Participation ot the Port, but evn againft the Will of the Khaa ; but thar Method* were taking lor fuppreiTing them very ipeediiy, and therefore h: had no Rea-fons ta take Umb age at the Motion of the Ottoman Forces; Not long afcer the Ball)aw of Cho r�te Corps in the LowCoun-* tries, and tbar be wi;-j be even entruiKd with a Siege of greaj Importance, thai it is r p;tt.nd-CJ Expedition. Wc iorn trfto* thiHaftu', that there are fUi torr- Vl"p-s eck to the Interct rvf Fr�n "e a the C. hi r o- I> ri Jti ; an 1 'or th's Re� -f n it i I ''nt Mr. Cal\o-r wi." he le-t !;'-'�'. rothirCour, ro a Hit another Min:;fer in V-� \!a-nteement of'tiur i-i-.po'rant P'^'r T'� upon whuK and upon the N ie Ho:jle ot C i.mmnns. The B!e:ti'�n of M> b"a n Port is d.rerr.ineJ in fivour ot Tno*as Medlycor, �!q; and Curies Churchit, Bq; Wc hear the Royal African CompaTV oF England are p'eparing a Petition to he pciencci to Parliament tor a -arm Supply, in order :o fupp-irc thei Fo:t-> and F ctories n tae Coal! ofGiwnea, We heart'at a very l^rge Sum ot Money m n the Nymph j that was lot in her P.ffjge tro:r. Pottlmouth. On Tueirity No, 1^,40;. -.v^s dri'vn a Pirze of too I. and No. -1,�}7� 2.4. - j?. ic,9f4, 33,814, ar.u weie duwn i-'i^esof 102'.. e 11 h^ Yefferd.y No,47,908, wa'. 'ri.vr. . ^.e 01 j . o', No. 39,3;-v, w�s t:rawn a P: ize ot '� 1. ar.ii N'o. S,Sii, >>,4*>-'i7> 49�-47 5^570, and 4,754, wcr-> drav*n .'lizrs of 100 1. eacl'. Yeftcrday M >n i>.g an E-\p els .r;ired from I>e 1, wi'li Advi.r, that n Tiuce o'CIock on T.iekiay in tAfternoon thry had a very great I:ur-i:.n-. w.iicb dr. ve It seril Sh.ps that were in thr [}>ur,s from sheir Anchors; and obliged the Mant.'oiil In'iaTian to cut iaav herM�lls. The Jicob, C-ip-. Leeft, is ar-ived at Mdta rr'm Seftati.H-, rhe Mal-.r ot whi h v�r.t 1 to iws D.i'n-ers at R%>rr r ia-r, that ' n the xStn of Otoher ! ir he w 5 vi Ktd :>y a Turolh Mm or V'/j , �hi uicd him v-.ry it', cook fiom him a!! i.'s AmT-nit'on andi Provifions, cut down all their S j.', Ri^ne, oec. then dilaiiaTed them , ^nd they are iince goc into the Ifland of Malti to rent. On Tueiday in the fadden Squal of Wind rbrer Bo�ts were ovei let n^ar Hii^criord S aif, and feveral PeopledrowoecL the Boats noc during co pu: off to their A/Ti^ance. The laid Hurricane1 ifid great Damage in the Cicy and Libeity of,Wefiminiter, hy blowing do^ n feveral Chimneys and Ti.es o?fdivers Houfes Letters from BruffrI* brirgAdvk-, that ^very-thing teems very trancjuile in the French Army at prefent; hut thefe Letters add, that thofe who peteod to (ce further :nto things thtn other People, pronounce this C*lm ^censrn tore;ur-.ner of an appi oaching Storm > thougn they give this out as a certain Truth, they do not tell us whether this Storm wiil buttl out on thc-Stdc, ot tke MeulV, ot on the Poits ot the Ncigbbourhocd of C.-rgen op-Zoom. On the 5 th of Dcctrnher, N� 5. thetr High Mig;,-tinefles th . Tne Lot tell on Co*mr bentin>.k, Baron "WajTcn*er, Mr. t-Ulfeliar, and Mr. Van Haren, l(cn> liH to be equal to tlwt important T ult, and True Patriots. From,AiK la Chapeile they wrire> that the Pof-< fefTors ot Houles there demanded tu^h an exec (live price for their Lodging* andHou'es, on account ot the Cong.eis, mat clie Magidrates were obligM to put them underporper R-.gulations. They write frota the Hague, chat the-Garrifon of Bergfo-op Zoom had formed a Defijn cf fur-prizing the Tovan ofTholen or fome or tne Neigh* bouri ig Polts. But the Detachments of the Enemy who advanced were obli^'d to retreat *i h fuch Contufion and PreupirJtion tfiac tfaey abandoned fcveral pieces of Cannon tncy hui wiih th-tr. HisM jelly has been pleiled to prefent -he Righ: Hon. LorJ George P. oint of the lofs 01 the Hon. Willi.m BoUa -.en,- yo.inget Brorhrr but one to the Right Hon. the Luid Fa I' mouth, Extnd of 4 Utter from G.ifpott Dsc. !. On Thurlday Morning hfl tie C Tin r \l*,cj | on G-ptam Fi'X lat again, when dp. Rodney. titEigleMn ofWai, and Ciptain ^tq het of the PortSandj wer exatr.in;di tier (.xurir,tu�n ialied the whole Dy: rhe Coyrt jiijojuird 'cdt Ftiday Mi-rninr, when they n er 4p.d fxt" n'in-.i C�p'nin rim*ay ot ih.- Winciw, .r.d y\.. Harioi , a Lirurenanr of the L _e, [i.en th y .djouinM to Yetferu.y Mornir. . ^ . .r| to. v cx juncd Captain .V.uj e 1 t ;he D vo." h .. ,\,.a;"),-,�. Scaolkopc oi t..t :l c:n:, � ill.
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