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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - February 23, 1847, London, Middlesex (Vol XLVII. PuE s Numb, ij- CCURRENCES. From TV ES D AT February the 23d to S A TU R D AT February the 27th, 1747-8. mviaft airived one Britifli Packet, which brought the following Advices. Extract of a 1 ettcr from Frankfort, Feb. 14, , HE Deputies of the Circle of Suabn are arrival here, and we every_day expert rhnil- if Franconia, the States ofthat .Circle noi hc-ing lets inclined'than the Suabians to mew or co.nrm the Af-�ijrion of the Anterior Circles. To freak (trictiy, ^f is only the D;:ke of Wirtemberg th e now or>-Lfs ;r  For the M rp ave of Pourlach, during his f'abode in Engla d, 1 evoked the faff/age which his iiai"?.' gave at the laft a!Temb:y ar U;m, and declared tat he would conform and accede to the Vote of ^en-Baden. rhh important fa of the Margrave of DcirlaJi,. the unihaki-n F'r-neP- of the late Mnrg-ave ot hfcatch, in Patriorical Sen>iments._rre good fecurities iat the fak:ran' work of the Allocia'-ion ^ i'l foon iunfhover all th-j F'^o ts, which France ha Wen : Years making to traverfe ir. Co nt Cobemze!, |fo is pinicu.'arlv accredited to the Circle, for this ad Work, is expected here this day from MenCz. Extrafl of a Letter from Paris, February 11'. M, de Touches an Officer of Reputation in the iriiv, hich may . to the piejuuce of my RepuMick. None yetj ah-:ed M. de, and you may be very eafy in rat Reipect; tor I can almbir affure you, there will ; very little more done at Aix, than the bare forming f aCongrefi. It has neyerrheJels been intlmateo* eo me replied the Marquis de Palavicini; that a Peace may KfiWy be co eluded at this Congrefi; and that it � "ely to be at the Expence of the Kepublick of Genoa, iich muft at leaft give the Marquitetaof Fmal. At bis Coot-rence the -.bbe de la Ville was alio prefent, >i;i"on this ocaiion ,aid. It's true, this is the taction ot the Court of Vieftna > but that of ours is ; different, as will appear when it toll be neceilary ^ twit- The King m.ichout doubt is deflrous cf e 1 but it mull be aponthe following Condkidns : ft, That ihe Grand Di'tchy of Tuiouiyfhall be given Bthe Infant Don Philip, or fomething equ/valtht w : 1,1 Itjly- :d, That Cape-Breton ftall be reftored 6s Nee. jd, That the Republick of Genoa fhali be a-TioputJBto poJciTlon of every thing that has been t*-Mtromit, with an Indemfmtcat'on. 4th, That the TtL 01 f U:':eiT,D�^| fhali be yielded to the King. ' Tnat his Ma,e'.?y ffiall referve the County at Na-fand Kainauk , in confide ration whereof, Brabant mbsc and ail Flanders fhali be re/lored to the Q. of *0�P,1 or ro fomc of hcr Ali5es '> P"haps the P?�rt t Ofkad will be giTen to the Engli/h. ftoiA of a private Letter from Rotterdam, dated February 13. Itjs very confidently reported here, even among fuch towtpt!ted ,t0 h3Ve the ^ Intelligence, that the r^mmanes of a Peace hvre been for three Months nn-  Wa-COnrieratiQO bf rh* Pmvei s fngagC'1�' I kT'n J"?1 ."J0^of thao arc fettled, and that,fifewftr wis to. �wwJthftaadjng that CelStJonv -The third poind j. will be as to certain Acknowledgements of Titles, whe-: ther they are to commence from the ligning of Prcli-') minaries, or be polrponed till the condulion of the detv nitive Treaty. In Reference to thefe Preliminary Article1, there are aliove twenty feveral Copies, fo-ne tha: contain only 1, ! and feme* again t!>at are branched out into i-* Articles. ' Many of thefe feem to be fabricated at Paris, BruTels, or Dafleldorp, being in their Nature lb favourable to tbe French^ that no reafonable Creature can fuppole then to be formed by any but themleives, or their Emiflaries. That'which is mot auebentkk, at leafMn AjTpearance, is contained in a private letter from Leip-ftadt, dated Feb. 21, and is reported to have fallen from tbe Pen of a great Miniver, as to the Truth of which, however, we can fay nothing, for that mull be left to time ro fHikover. Thele Articles run thus: L The Conquers made by France in the Auflrian Netherlands fhali be restored. Whether the me-ming of this Article is that they, fhali befgjven back to her Imperial Majefty, or put under the Government of Pr. Charles of Xorraio, is not determined. II. The Repjblick of the United Provinces fhalL have a new Barrier, and fhali be at Liberty to fortify it as they think proper. It is faid the Towns that a'e to comprehend this Barrier are agreed upon, and will-Be fpecjfied at the Conferences. III. The Treaties of Commerce between the Crown bf France and the Republick, at prefent fifpended by the former, fhali be re-eHablilhed agreeable to the Treaty of Utrecht. This Article it is laid will be mofe clearly explained in the Conferences. , IV. Satisfaction fhaH be gi ven to his moft Ch riitian Majeity, in Reference to the Equivalent demanded tor his Conqueffe. V. An Eqoivalenrl i/pofBble, fhali be thought of for Cape-Sreton. It is furmized that this Equivalent will confilt in an Amen8. The Letters from Bruflels fpeak of the Campaign as actually -began, and reprefent tbe Expedition of M. LoweadaM-ia^ijenus noc to be-underffoodfc he fcens to depend Jbie^y -apon his Boats of a new Invention maayofwhicbhavea kind of Brea^work to deiend die Cqenaidiei&oa board them; to what uie they are deftined the jkx c Mai I muii inform us. As for M. Saxe he was expected od the 19th at faftheft, and the Troops thdt are to a& under him were to be ready to leave alters by that time.. It is faid that they con-fift of about 1?,03o Men, and that a large Train and a prodigious Qsanrky of Ammanitidn were t� attend them ; from whence it was con ectured^ that they will be employed in a Siege o* Importance, with a double view; firft to accompijfh the great Defigno'f France in totally deaiolifbing.the Barriers and fecondlv to accelerate the Negotiations -at Aix-iarChape^Je t foe in the tnidft esthete Military preparations it is the prevailing � Opinion at Bruf&ls, that a Peace .wilf be concluded* or at taft*Ceflation of Arms agreed upop, betoxe the rit June, BOtwithiJandirig that fome Pefefteg^ve out the AHJes WjH rthife a Cefiatiqii of Arm in cafe the French , proceed -in eitner of their intended Expedi- \ tions. We hear that John Menzles, fomctirre Writer in E-' diabu^; 4nd epnceHied in th^la^ Kfaefljon,. teingi found* in tfompafi^ with a FrencfrTwn, wlifd was djfeo-vered in Hotfand forming fome dangerous plot, wa*| ftiied wftir him, and isaiKaig thofe mentioned to have-; been fear Over from thence: As is alfo One Ficzg;rald,f famous for having forfed a certain NoMemaflYl*Base. j Private LetteYs far, that James Grant, Printer, Abernethy,rtvoof tbe naiie of Giblbn, land r*vo rrifh-men, were among thofe taken up at Harwich, formerly mentioned. His Royal Highnefs the Duke will not let out till an account comes of the Yachts being goo��� Harwich, which as the Wind ftands, may be lbme days yet. It is almo'r incredible to conceive the multitude of accidents which have happened within thefe two or three days pafl, on account of the Froft i. hard v a parifh in thefe two great Cities of I ondon and Wcl-minfter, int.its Inhabiiants have feen the Efforts of it, either in broien Legs, broken Thighs, or broken Arms. Dover, Feb. 17. We have lately h*d verv Gales of Wind at S.E. and Ye^erdav N!orning it blew a ftorm at E. N. E. which did confiderable Damage to. th? (hipping in this harbour. We hear from Deal, that a Dutch Privateer foundered In the Downs, and the people all peri {bed ; but there is no certain conrlrmatjoa of ic Some pieces of Wreclb were f en this morninf in our road, from which it is thought there has been much damage done at fea.  Yarmouth; Feb. 16. Tfi'snTorning it blew; a very hard Gale of Wind at E. in which three (hips are drove afbore in. our Roads, aud fear we fhali hear of much more damage on thefe coafh, , , ExtraS of a Letter f-cm Gofpaft, dated Feb". !�. Between Sunday Nighr a d Monday Morning a large Quantity of Snow fell in thefe parts, with the Wind blowing very freSi at N. *nd by E. accompanied with) a very fevere Froft, .which Mill continues very fevere i It now thows verv faff! ' The Forces which are ordered to go Abroad are to march on Tuelday next for Graveicnd, in order to embark the Day foiiowl-g on board the Tranfcorts, j We hear that a Claufe will be added to the Bill for the Relief of Infolyent Debtors, in favour of a great >?umber of Fugitive^ more elpeciai'y for thofe who lot the Benefk of the laft A# of Parliament. Letters from the,Hague fay, that.the States General are reiclved to have an Army of 8o^>co Me� of their own Troops In the, Field, etclufive ofGarrilbnv Tho' the Court of Vienna has contented to the Re-leafe of the Genoefe Hbftages at Milan, it frill infifts t^i their having no Right to-, be treated as Prisoners 6f War, and that this C^nceffion is made purely in favour of the Imperial Troops, Prifoners at Genoa* Prince Frederick of Hefie is returned fr�OQ Caflel to Utrecht, and propofe^ to be at the Hague time enough to meet his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Curnberland. and Veldt Marfbal Barhiani' when they enter into conference with the Strdthokler, upon the Operations pf the enfuing campaign, and tbe dilpontions that aro neceSry in order thereto. .. , ^. . ; Yefterday being the Day appointed by his Maiefty for a General FaU, tbe fame was-obferred in theCitie� of London and Weftminfter, and the Borough of Soutiv wark, with as great Decency and Decorum as any fince the Declaration of the prefent War., YeSerday the Right Rev. the Dord Bifbop of Peterborough Preached before rhe;Hoirfe of Peers a* Weft-minlfcr Abbey, and took his Text in, the firft Chapter of Jonah, and part of the 7thtVerfe; ' And they &i4 ' every one to his Fellow, come and let us,�ft Lots. ' that we may kndw-for wbofeCaufe dils Etil is come ' Upon us/ . . > As did alfo the RevdJ Dr. Nicholls, before the Hon! Houfe of Commons; at St. Margaret's, Wglbninfteri and took his Text from the 5 7th Ptalm, and the hrft Verfe ; ' Be merciful unto me O God, be mercifal un-' ro me, for my Soul trufteth in thee, asd under the ' Shadow qf tby Wings fhail be my Refuge, untill this * Tyrany be overpaft Yeiterday die Hon, Houfe of Commons fit, after Divine Service : was ended,' it being the lail Day of receiving Petitions. ^Yeflerfay General Folliot reviewed the third Bat talHon