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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - August 4, 1847, London, Middlesex PtTE CGURRENCES: from TUESDAY Auguft the 4th, to SATURDAY Augufl the 8th, 1747. 'net mj lad arrived 3 Britijb Tachts, which brought 2 Holland Mails Extrsft ef ' tttter from Ci&z, 4� HE 30th pad the Ptefident of the Contractors receiVtj an Exprefs [ from Madrid at li o'Cloik at Night, who was immediartjy Jtt in, though the Gate* were al-ready fliur. He delivetf'd to tb# , prefident Orders from the Kinl j____ to cqpip the two Fire Shops, and ir Bomb-K�ches, actually in this gjyi The ,rt Ms Jikewife Iffued Orders for armiag the , of W�r at drthagena.and bringing thltn hi-r, n alio thofe thatv'kie at Rrrol. Th* fafd tf'eit was likewjfe charged With Order! foaf the pcbConful at Malaga, whHh wcredifpatched him th�- next Night, directing him to get ready L-o Rations of Bifcuit in that Port. It is kended that this Previfion jsdiflSn'd for the ft Squsdron, which, they lay, is Forthwith axled in the Sneigfits. As to the reft, the Pab-s ignorant ot the Defigri of our Nml ArrAa- tbort, $uh 14. We hear that the Malecod-1 of the Ifland of Corfica, having feix*d upon :itf ot B*(V�, by Means of fome undef-hand 'igsnt? held there by Col. Rivarola, tlie Pec* n t.-fie Highlands immediately ran to Arras, and coming down to the Affiftanee c# the Inba-hvs ot Baftia. Ewrj/J �f 4 tmrr /row Gfl�#, ^�/jf 14* he Damage which the Territories of this Re� |ick have fuffer'd by the Attacks and long Stay he Anftnans and Piedmonttfe Troops isal-incipreflible; all the Count' yis quite ruin'd $ a'.c'mts. of which jhefe Troops had made very Quantities, and whi�h they burnt from � to Time, as they wantel FueJ, and then i others again for carrying on the 6ttge� were ade of Vines, Fig-Trees, Olive-Trtes, Chsft-ind otlRrFruu-Trees. Befidet the. Confla-on$ which the Territory of tBe RepuhiicK ipofci, to during Six or Seven Months, the s of Vottevna, Bi&gno, and Seftri, VufferM Rioufl f during the lair Fortnight of their pere, rhe Croats in particular having let Fire pft f^Sjy Place from whKh they were oblig'd pre, The fuperb Palaces, which were an Op-fir tri the Country, now lie iff a ttteft de-j�e (Condition. Yet, in Ipight of el) thefe 1 Circumftances, the Goveromerft never loft i M ament of the Liberty and Safety of the MicJr; 17.000 Men dtily mounted Guard in iityy lompoied chiefly ofCitaen, to whom ^>>ft'd force Bodies of the Repubtick's Re-foopsj and all thele Men received totrftant'-[Sols a Day, befides their Ration of Rreed. 'dumber we do not reckon upwards oi xaoc 'tcers, Priefts and Monks, who had taken up nor the Auf Hjaries from France and Spain, iAewile mounted Guard every DejN In reckoning ill the People tat had � Anna e Ueftnce oi the State, we fin* ihattheGe-Hone amount to 60,000 Men,bend�s la.oe* prs daily eroplov'd on the veffWorkt with tfwe have augmented the Bonifications of Sty. and 9c�oArm'dP�ljna, who ware em-1 with Jome De tachmems of Retulir Troops he Side of Sco/Fera. Ntwi, and Potto- T \u\ "* ^ve j�ft wceiVd Advice l>e Auftrwn Troops that had been left in lighbourhood of PoUevara andSeihi, tirve^ M their Ports, and %egH� tofile o#for ^V. by the Way of g� BiclietMfc The 1 Men ot War that were on thistbisOoaft \t� v,dl*�th theMag�fiiie*>AitEifiwy. flayatsc%!diP�nen^^ /- inftant a French fctufrca arrrved bete, iJ*dQhs �ndtr her Ctfntoy, ltdeu witn ^�f*%ffelarrived herefrom Mar-t% tbatbevleft in that Port, and along inwards of 5� Transports, ready to Sail VMafcanca $ and that two ma>re ���Foot were marcbini to the Van in \*tafoue> if. Befleffle's Army. Within ysv* have receW'da great Number of ftvTfiooT' e'ta%ak0& ****** beiog ladan . ft* �y. There 1$ feme-Rile here of a �y being conchided between the Courts r,iJUil* '�s Ponded the lof^l!*^6 16,08 ofRe-Kdda^ Pai'i,,ao' w** xhe PrmcinaWry of ecfSr^L8*- uWe !can> ��� Genoa, that f. '^rthwrth �jooo Spaifbcdarand tkat The King of Sardinia has fent to Placentta 50 Wsggocs. laden with aii Sorts of warlike Stores, to pur the Citadel c/that Place in a Pollute of Defence. StKkbetm, $uh i*. The Ruffian GaDies thathave put into Hclringtors in Finland, continue (fill there waiting for a fait Wind to carry them to Revel. The Commandant, upon the FeaftofSc, Peter, made a grand Entetuinment on Account of its being tbeName-D�y of the Grand-Duke, to which he invited Baron Rofan, our Governor of the Province, but bi* Excellency excus'd bimfelf. on the Scote of an Indilpontwn. but be fenf Abundance /Refrefhmantson Board, which were very kindly receiv'd, and he al|��nteriain'd in a very fplended Manner, fuch of the Ruffian 0�B-c�FT*a� caa* en Shore. 11 is now evident enough, that Things have taken a new Turn, with re. fpe�t to the cSourt of fecersbonrg, and that by tome Means or ather a Pacification has b^n brought about at leaft, if not a Reconcilktion.- Our Dyet will certainly continue fitting pretiy far in the next Month, on Account ot fome very important Affairs they have before them, but of what Nature they are ge cannot guefs v but bow-ever, a Senator has been lent for by (he Secret Comroittse, and exsnin'd as td his Condud S perhaps now the Ice is broke, wefh :H hear ot fome other Inflawas of this Nature. It is ever, whil-per'd, that f cmet* iria of Very great Coaiequence, W'll io a few Days break oat, which is the mare probable, baciufa feveral Members of the Dyer, that have beep abfent on the Score of Want ot Health, have been fummoned to return. Bred*, Ai% 4. The Bodf of Troops Commaad-cd by Liauwnant General Baron Sohwartxanbergj arrived the 31ft or July near this Town; yefter* day they halted ; and this Morning the Infantry and Artillery parted byeiff Walls, going to Steeo-berg en; The Cavalry began their March a little before, it is reckoned that thefe Troops auy enter the Lines of B�rgen-op-zoocn To-motrow towards Noon. *^�a cfuntn, Auf. xr Yefterday we had Advice, that Comabe's Independant Companies had taken PoM in a Village near Steenbergen > upon which the? Prince of S*xe Kildburghaufen detatch'd aH the Cavalry in'the Lines to ao and meet the Body of Troops under the Command of Baron Schwtrtxen-beig, and then jointly attack the French in Flank- The Enemy continue) firing upon our Works with 80 pieces' of Cannon ana 40 Mortars, The iois ot the Garrifenumounts to about 8 a* Men hitherto, among whom we reckon but ix Dafcrt* era. The lois ot the Branch is ftiU greater, for we reckon 00 )efs than xooo Delerters on their fide fm�c the beginning ot the Siege. We ae fortifying the Town of Tolen 'mZealand, fkuate wirJbina League oi this Place j and all the circumjacent Territory will ot forthwith laid under Water, BeriaHf^ttah Aug. 'JW� bave received a Reiniorcemeot of tttree Battalions, wbicb, joined to the News of the Succours being arrived in our NeJgbboarboodL has greatly relieved the Courage ottheQarittbn. LafcNignt they made a moft vt-goronsSany* with all the defked succefs, driving tkwEnsoiieaao a gjreat Diltinca withconfiderabla Loft. We have destroyed Part of their Works, nailed up twcrPiacea at Qannon, and brought off two others, which have been condu&ed loto the Tfirta. This Sally was made on the Side of the Port Kick in da Pot, under the Orders of the Swift Cefonei Mey, wh�te Lw(i was vtry tri- MjUte, Agg* f. fb� fwd Armies in the N'ijh-Daur4a�d of Maclf richt, fecm prcp^rjnjg for  March, and Pfffbjps a Battle, Or^eVs beiog given on both Sides to hp&og tbeirBagg#ge iptung having blown up three, enriie Gompaniet of Gr�nadjtf.v In defending the laid PolU we nave bad about 1*00 killed or wounded^and the Prince of Stolbea-g isof the Number of the Utter, This Moment we ate allured that the Enemies have ceated baiteriog Fort Rover, �and give oat that, it wfs only a laiie Attack, in ordat co caale a, Dhierfron among our Forces. tfrum tbt Gtmrtt fegtrtm �/ Birut Ubvwi&nbtri, tt  .....tMJinhjtlt.Ajti.t* '- Qor General ha* rixea his Quartet s here this Day. 'The GarrtoTro? Bergen-orrZoom defends klclt better and better, lot Cavalry whitb were in ; the Lines have jome* us, and we nave detached ; three B twilions, �o replace the laid Oavair/ in * hie1 Uneti where they will be o*��uciv:gte*ter sa-\ vice. the Thundering of th� C*nootv^�ft Night [ there wade(perare Wctfk^ad �Kodipo^Shoi* afiuted as, that a Magaxtne or Mine rduft 6|ye been 4 at that Tims biow^up. Wa bj^| nwee Kejatoscc * ments comin? up, which 'tis irmginrd wj'.l sake the French tnink ot'dnwihg off. Hague, $u!y 19. Count de Sue has detached feveral Bodies of Troops to join Count Lowendahfe and has givin Orders for 35 Bamtions more to follow them bejna; determined thu ka fhould take the Plac*. His Royal Higbnefs the Duke, with the Troopi under hk Command, continue in the fame Pofition near Maeftricht. Hague, Aug. 2. The Prince of Waldeck has fena a Letter to the States General, wherein herefigns to theif High MightinefTes the Poft of General jr� Chief of their Troops, thanking them at the Ucae Time for the Confidence they repos'd in him, and) afluring them ot his mod Ardent Wifhes and Pray* ers for a Blefling from Heaven on the Arms of tho Repufalick. ice. His Serene Hifchnsii is gone to Cleves, with all his R�tinuc, from whence he intends ro proceed in a fhort Time to his Effaces in Germany. Hig&t, Aug. Mr. York, Aid de Camp to th� Duke of Cumberland, arrived here Yeftnday from th� Army, with Dilpatches from his Roraf High-nefs, which he immediately deliver'dto the Prince ScacUholder, and tbr�D*y he fet out forBar| every Poit heighten tha Advaartagcs whicbhavoactended the late Victory. The French have already aoaoV doned Veniiiiigl'ia, in order to retire in Nice- The Marquis da ViBemo> has iaken ihe Cpmman4 ot the Remains or the late CHcvalwr deBelkinVs Army, and is retired 10 Ouix, in order to wait tor Orders from the MarfeaJ. �3ttra*�f aLdter ftmPuis, ffo }n We h*v� had within tbete few Days a grdstt Torent ot in News; A Courkf from, Rb Btlfcifla has brought the Detail ot toe Ad ton ot the i>tb. It was hop'd that the &n ot Sardinia would uot have penetrated tbe Dcfigo. of atuckin,. tho lor trenebments at txittes. but it leeros he did, to* the very Moment he heard of the Marftars march* rng, with a great p*tt of his Troofs, towards tho VJley olStttra, be guve Orders for four Aaffrka Battalions, under theCommsnd ot Count Cofia-redo, to join thofe be had m tha Lines, which was tt>pon�tuaUy c*eeu.icd;th� thay arriv'd thera the vefy N�ab t before the^oajtgeineiit. 11 is con-ferfed that our Lo^ ajDonoS to 5000 kili'o, wounded and V*�W�er*. has ^ Uft mpfa* �* Our Lots at vtw Sank of .^fett. �flh Very t�t txeeeds *hat was given ^^tBU#>stbe SwKcd, wounaed, sod Pu-Itttoun^ro tw.jft. The ii