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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - December 26, 1847, London, Middlesex Vol XLVL Pue Nu\?b:. 104 o G C U RR F N C E S. From SATURDAY December the 26th to TU ESD AT DcccuUr i\v: ^rh, �7.v7. arrived One Bricilh Packet, which brought two Holland. Mails, viz. Petersburg!!, Dec; 3 UPON an Application made to this Court by the Swe-ifh Miniflw, Aflur-ances have been given, that the Frontiers of the two h mpires on the Side or f inland fliall be very fpeedily irttk-d; neither does our Court fctrn at ail dil-,l��datthe FonrardneJj of the swede* in this Par-5r, rroreetpecially as it appears that feme �1the 5 Mfoifc* in that Kingdom exprefi a. very itrong Siiirnto vindicate themftlves from the Charge ot Javing any Degree of Picfudice or Enmity to rhisCp-Zwnn. The Bnfinrf;ef the Auxiliaries � entirely fey andM. Schwartz, who had the Character g> thi him of Envoy Extraordinary and Miniver Pleui-totentiary from the States General for that Purpofc, fcifoally figned it on their Behalf. We are told, tte thefe Auxiliaries are taken into Pay for ? Years aroiv, and it is thought that her Maje:Ty at the Re-gorilofthe Maritime Powers, will augment them with wotboafand five hundred Men. Yeferday arrived a Courier from Confhtntbopje, charged with Difprtches of great Importa ce, the Contents of which are not tooire. The Frofl that was exceflrvcly hard faft Week las broke, and if the prefent warm Weather continues fcr a lew Days it will be attended with very great ^conveniences. . Stockholm, Dec. f. Mr. GuidJckens, Mmiirer from the King of Great-ftritain, has protefled in the mo/r iota .Manner againft every Thing that has been done in regard to the Sieur Springer, who took fceitef in fe Kouk, but principally in relpecl to the Troops which were po.fed ih all the Avenues to his Houfe; this Step being contrary to the Law of Nations He litem, ards dilpatckd an Exprefe to London, in order tt inform the King his Mafrer of it. It is faid, that oor Miu.%s have intimated" to Mr. Guidickens, that, they only p.led the Troops in order to fecire his Houie from the Infults -of the Populace, who wo^Id piofebly have attempted to enter it forcibly; in order to nave recovered the Fugitive. Capenfiattn, Dec. x6, TJponthe repeated Soltidra-ticnsnalc by Mr. Tkley, Mini Iter from the King of Gior-Briuirj, in order to engage the King to inrimate the Example of other Princes and States' by furniftune Troops to the Maririrnc Powers, his'Majefly ha* caufefl it to be declared to chat Mmiflef, th8t notwithflandjng his readings to prove his Attachment to' his Britanriick tejefiy, and the Intercft he takes in every Thing which concerns tbc Maritime' Power?, he could not polibly depart fron the Pian he had Jain down with Regard ro thcprcfci.t Troubles of Europe; arid that upon this Pnti^Ic he was dr.ermined to furniib, neither Troops fia Shirs to any Poner whatfoever. Naples, Nov. 18. Lafr, Wednesday we received the d'lagrefabie .New^that't^ShJpsladen with Corn for this Capkdi hul FA-red Shipwreck in the Adriapck ki, but that the Crews' were laved. , t Genoa, Dec.:. The Duke de Richlieil has engaged eight large Pink to go to Provence for a Reinforcement of Ttoopr, promihhg a Sequin for every Maf. they wag. -TheThirt-ofGaia tareagagpa^Piwrh* ttrs of tb' te Vc(5ds to risk the Voyage, notwithftand--�%the Vigilance ot the Englifh, and they filled Sanday with a fair Wind. The - Report of the Sre-takd Propo&J made to the Feudatories of the King <*Stfdioia to fell their Kefcto the Repabljefe Jofes Ground, and in FaS the Rejsiblkk was never left able toreeard foch A^fitions, being very nrnchleoibuv �H tohrpoort the Credit of AeBank of St. 8e *ay �sdily awfced. We crow every Day smote wadrtore pay w-ith the Dukc-deRidiHetnand-Witlt-Eood fwre 11 i* �>tifdy wingto him-tfaet ibtwwan:-tnns. T .7itv havbren rude witb the^ephtodT mm the Irrverialifty preveritid thereby fifom ^rir-g in that A-feVr,-^(cH tfeyBad ^mtlR I* ""jwtodn: aud-tft Which if t*eyhad1wen^Me Ww, there is no Fibabt they had overcatMd all our ,T H^basljkewHefoTO^aRe^^vPM* rrc�f.Tlv hfrx&ten.' They *fewrefli�fe rf iS ^ e^ur <^*F oar c51ad�.4�,Exttnt, can farce baiicvc�jh8t:fhe AtL^r^ aflipM- sS Sf,C^ P*��^i^.' V,uL � VsWhetiMh* the a�ia�>ftvof Turin, Dec.9. The Sccatary of State hay, ;ur-foant to the Kings Oaler, declared to-the EngJih Mi-niiier, that as Experience .rakes it appear hovv aecci-fiiry it 'is to have an �ngiifh(jefler.J ii-.re to give his Opinion in Relation to Military OpeiacioiH, his Ma-jeity woaid be &Ud if th lb that the Rt-porc which was lpread about that he wis to go to Vienna, does not feem likely to be exjruirmed. Franckfort, Dec 3,0. They write from thr Palatine on the other Side of the Rhine, that a great Number of Frecch Officers are employed there to raife Men for the Regiment in the. Service of France, and to form the new Corps which that Crown has ordered to be put upon the Foreign footing. BrujTels. Dec. ?cv iforfhal Lo�endahI fet dur on ' Sunday for Nanrnre, from whence he will return in a Fortnight, Many Boats laden with Pal b'fidoes ^nd � other Thing$,hsve been ient: within a few Daps td, Antwerp, where they are not ealy repairiag the Old Works, but adding New. Several Re*itaeots have Orders to bb ia JleadiaeJsrtoinarch, and ibme are ap\ rcadv moving' towards Antwtm We attribute this i to the Frolt that is begun, and the Advice that M,. LoweodaJU has received of fome Defign of the Allies.. But &ive think this pretended.- Advice is only to �over ^ theMarQ�al>s envn Deijgns. Be that as it will, the! Number of French Troops augment daily about Lou-vain and Mechlia. The Garriloa of BetgaMjOrZoorn) has been reinforced by an IriSt Regiment, which con-' dueled w�h, it ;a Coavoy'of PojviIiobs for the poor: Inhabitants of that Town. .We hear frcen Paris, that � there haj .been a vfolrnt Cbramotion at Touioufe, on Account of the Ri& of Breads which was appeaied" by \ the Jnterpcfttion of the ParBainewr > Tv�enty-fivc Pri-; vateers^t Rochelk ajnd St. Makes, frcx*> thirty to fifty: Grisseach, are ordered tocniizeibr ptotecHfig the" Tj�& expend from the Retfebrlfiaads. �' Aftt^rerp,iPec.. au We bareAdvke from Baris-that tfaty wait only for the Retnrrt of a Ccnaier fejih^ Spain, yfhich H expoQed io*'few4Xftg5, inordefto; gujbjilfc^ DecJaEttion of War in form aga/nft the Re-; pi|n|p.�f.: r.r.c havv.- oiTcn iour.d T the �'-, on . "> Ml,.' authc i.'"d i[ lo r:ncui the ,ra.ic:y t-. ouriCiv to your Kei'o. re 1. -.. T rhecrt piocced frex-'y F.� b ui'ior. of -h- !'<;.'* v ^. M-.-n ot War ...-id .1 :rn: c h Mi^hriRc:'* s tiv.- feme Ca! .aints laid k-forc- yy.i b� vcur cw jech. _ It vui! moieover be a rscans to ci-rv. b'f vvhich has ilwaj's lt-bti len, to whom xktt,^oflrt has fe�n*e bgQrdejsk>; �anc> oee^ th*ki CeWKE*.th^ ^ J^ghClanjntfwr aAa%;. anaa\'Aeir. March, d^&pLl; bkewife fittd,.tharthc Djite oTBaaivick Wolfeibut-* ?kIwaljfeppiy.theAffies-wib�^>oo Mf*and:thej Duke of >fa^bxMrg with - -r�-- The following is the Memorial lately' deliveied ^at-tfee| y � F^ae by $eftuti&t4&B&r. -T f .tt(fe aboatfix Months finwi ted the aoAoaKts^r; fine,* tf-1 - -"^-^ � - -^-J yew toef WJtSftdgterbthe _ Hff#JSh*�jna#|HMi9 ^�v#teMi that Jrere honirjKt fit^d owitNe^QttpBSfehli* * flew
Mctc>. jidi/t-, get fra:: orh-.r; aotlv On aprixare J etrer /-or! Berlin, ti*-asgfoliows.-Ti.e Kh?, b-zii-.s, hU ^'ubj'e�:s a fioir.'irJnc, T:ade at - .\ .viEitirx:, jefry Vus rclbr- ed to grant them, H <; ;r."-*icic'-. paces whe'e rhc- Ir;:?rvlrct 1 The^rb.N hr vx|c!-ar 7 for on in-. j vs it r.ay lev-.- to ibo' e VL'-to-' :il : 5i.l: T x . lc;ta.-.:, c p. w ;rh P-ckI-.c- cr that Cv n-.*^-r.i.e to let- no C^-^-.trv jjd 1 L, id L^u.i.an, ; - -ro k'?.? t whitfeever, the ^e-o Xaviaati-^r. oi SubjeA. And as rhe Kiap is too eounub'ie ro i in the lra':"c tr0.n the Cajtoffh- efh.biifcetf at itio� of rr ports, Sea�Letter^ &cc. He iisewile expech thit r�o-th)r.z farther wi&be reqitird of ti7cm, and that Care will betaken ^rainirons ail Violenees, and itic^tl Searches and Vjfit� or any drher Attempts whatiocvcr again-t the Ships jpeceiied as abore ; becaufe, ir r.ot-wirMandirig^ die Catr be takes to prevent them, he fho ' e. King with vd armed Vefleis* each- of tbm to carry^frorn jo to 60 Gniu, upon the following Cc>oaxrJons, via. ift That he Majeiy will �ojshrm the Jaid Company, ajad grant them the IceiaadL Cod Fifheiy> idly, ThatVBe laid Company fhaB, during thirty Yearst eajof anVxcJuitye* Right, not cedf_ for the Cod 0^y aforcfeAhut for the Safe thereof4 the Price being rirlt regulatl| by Commiiraries ap-pomced for that Parrofe. That tbe 6id Coa> pany lhail be eiceaipt froai ail ldmisaity Duties, not only upon &cb Captures as may Je takea by them froai the Enemy, bit fifewlfe upap " import into die �ingdoaa. -Bieft Whkb mention, that a . . eight Men of War is fitting cot wu^uiv* Tofwhich is to be given to M-.de LEflaaodnaire/ and .aoflther of fear Men of War Co M: de VandreniL Gar iaft Advkes from Flinders-btiftg, that the Graf-fens-and other light, Troops exerejle- tberofclves- <�* towing.tbe ^.boxEoaicd Boats which Mariha* Sixe hascaufed to ee built, and that aamrc^olirCffibera 'and:Soidierj wciecaaoncd at Lk�r,faav�cund raeans to mkexh^tEfc3$e^aBd tsjcma^xcfg^Bvi in Spite of tbe Eaejny, whiohwaBoa tfie Waocb ; Jaris, Dec* *%i Js xxlooked opottliete as* Thin� flprta^ that- jbjor^^fer.tain^ and thstyof Madri4' bjats agreed not jo tftateof umusg plaaepBetfkncsttitiie CbogpeS, ttli '% is kocfwn mwk ceaajBiy, wtasner his Poaruguefc Majofly* Maiiationwill he accepted by Yrfat8m&.juti Jtkno teisttrtami That �fe Bat- <3oods as they may ketteis from roiu conning of the Corrtrand bavi ftatf^wjhj* tottU^ent Peopfcaere oonfideMsmeAr-^-^-^^o^^^^satbrfas Imo *' we_ratetft\tairtw^re^�thrDufc*,--arHv� o&thr a^tlv #i atedfl A^fcciaridn ro Genriby, tfepafiB�-rf any foreign Troopi dwoofh *e Empin* ��jy Rq�
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