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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - January 12, 1847, London, Middlesex 'ci. XLVII. . P 11 E's Num2. 5 } o CG U R R ENC.ES From TV ES DAT January the iath, to SATUR D AT January rhe 16th. 1747^ ,VK a'lived 3 BririGi packets which brought VP "" the following Advices. Piora the London Gazettes. Crjrfvcer, January n. Evr-1 v:eero got i ? row galleys \' - '"t t t-v arc �J too flight tocar-y v Jand we are not wider any ap-r>nlxn a: * attempts by water. j eT ir.. wi�r, U�i a v,-rv revere flt-p-irf.^ar. 11. Vc have had a very tevere froff r for e at prelent open ; liough ir tiii'1 weather continues a few day* rr.ore, it sjrrrecfwl dthcy will (bon be (hut up. Lisbon, Jan- ' *V'S Biitannick ma>'e!t'. 's fhips the fjrfjanfaco I^mbroke; two of rear admiral })ok wen's �Wren, having repaired the damages they received r,af!onr, are ro Sail for, hence tomorrow rhorring, 'order;cin the fa:d iquadron. Count Rofenberg, il�r$Wi Vierna to this court, is preparing to rc-horre, and M. Stoke his fecretarv j- to remain tre with the character of refidenr, Kis Portug ;ele iliyS fate of hea th confinnes much the lame. No 3 is yet narred to lucceed the late cardinal de Mot's prime minifkr. Lerters from'Mad id mention, a great msrber of officers were a-rived there from e army in Italy, which had begun to feparate for inter quarters, ard thatdifpo/uions were making to eep the Infant Don Philip well fupplied with men and :ney, to enable him to open rhe camraign early in (pins '�> ^ notwithstanding the whole king-lardtr.rly uifhed tor reace. Kag-e, jar,, n. The expectations of an immediate ttict are great!v di.rir.ifhed, a reinforcement of troops living been cjietcd to the neighbourhood of Rroda, d other rr.c3l1.Mes taken ro prevent rhe execution of i enemy's iicl'gns; and though rhe fro'?' is cadTivr-y hard,yet it is thought the French will not nwkc any "tsDjt. The province of Ouelderland has agreed to k hen-ditvy Stjdt!o!derfhip. and given the prince the fame towers as thofe with which the 't'*ifigAVJiliarr; w?s invented. The erd of the London-Gazettes. LONDON, Jan. 5, 7, and 9. On Wednelday laft the iecrmd troop of life-guards m jevkwed in Hyde-Pa k, when 13 of the private :n wee ctitchargc;:, to have cornrriflions in the regi- nti abroad ', the pid men had an offer of -,0 1. or 1 J. Diem during,!]'e. And we hear that all the young men of the firtt and fannd troops of lite-guards will be incorporated into ck troop, and leveral of the men will be draughted of tor Fianders. The talk of his Ma jelly's going to the allied army this Summer is again revived, ana that it will be feme time*in May next. The Baggage, &c" belonging to his roval highnels thtdukr ot Cumberland, is getting ready: It is thought bis royal highnefs will go early this faring to Flanders. The Government have ordered a large train of Artillery to be lent forthwith to Flanders, at theexpence of the Drp-efs Qjecn of Hungary. Laft Saturday an order was lent to all his Ma'efty's yards, for the immediate fitting out of all his Maefty's lip? now in the leveral yards with the uttnoft expedition. On Trvarfday laft was exported from l"n'th betwixt the French and Aufirians in the Genoefe. The war by lea continues Liaitlv, and icveni fhips are taken. We had an account of f.varms of fl'"nnge loc tfts that appeared in Trap.nlvar.i^, .mJ eat up a]] the Verdure upon the Ground. The Ftench now carry on their attacks again!! Per-genop-700'.n by Tap, in which they lofe a g-eat rrsny men. They a.e rejntbrced from the grand army under the kfngi as is the allied army of ob evation at O.;-denbofch from that under the duke 04 Cumberland on the Matle, and f'om England. About the middle of the monrh tbe combined Auf-trisn and Sardinia armies march towards Nice ; but iroding rbe roads bad, and meeting with other obilruc-tions, are obliged to defifr. r 14. The king and queen of Denmark anointed 2nd crowr.ed at Freut^cksburgh. 1A party of French "and Genoef" make an excursion into the Parmetar. as far as Borgo di Taro, and carry off* a great deal of Booty. From the 1 s th to rhe 1 ?th feveral rhocks of an earthquake are felt in CaJabria, which did confiiierable damage at Reggio, and in otbeT^rir'es - 9. The Pean of Saltjburgh, Count James Andrew van Diedricharein, is elected Archbilhop of that Sovereign Archbiftoprick. Sept. 5. The French take Ber?en-op-7oom by far-prize, and the remains of the garritbn retire to Steen-bergen. 12. The French king Icrves his Army and returns to Verfailles. 11. .An Englifh homeward-bo-md Weff-India Xlan fuffers much by a fform near 3-. rmudas. 17. Cardinal coant Sinzendortf, bithop of Breflau, died in that city. 21. The Coad;�tor of the hiihop of Bre lap, prince Schafgetfch, is nominated by the king of Pruflia to that Diocefe. The French and Genoele, who had invade." the Pa-ve&t and Placentine, a*e repuifed bv the Pcafants, and a fmall number of Airftrians, and obliged to retire uitb the lols of 8co Men. if. Fort Frederidc-Hendrick furrenders to th� Frendi at djferetion. 19. The Prince Stadtholder makes a tour from the Hague to Cnidenfbolcfe, and tfie towns round about. Throughout this month SKtmiQung continues hi the Genoefe territories, and parties ot the Auftf ian and Sardinian Army make ftbrt inroads upon the French territories. Towa-ds the end, \ "arge bp&f ofFench and Genoefe make* an Excurfion into tbe village of �Scrirea, take Robbeo, and leveral other places rai/e large contributions, drive off the Cattle, &c. Oct 1. The forts I_iilo and KxnyfrSthaus, furren-der to the French at difcrerion. 7. The SpanHn Man of W*", the Glorio(b of f+ . Guns, and 7 5 o Men, taken by "the Englilh. Tbe fame day the prince Stadtholder returns from Oudenbof.B to the Hague. .Alfo the duke de Richlieu make* an ufifuccefiful attack upon the Aniixians at Campo Steddo, 9. Marfhal BelleWe rel/evw the Caft'e of VentJ- i r. The duke of Cumberland arrives at the Hague from tbe Army. 14. Rear Adrraral Hawke., comes u� with a large outtvaVdboand French Weff-j(^la^t, and takes fix of the Men of War that werCtd convo'y it. The ad-miral and one mere efcape. France fi^ns a new fjb/Wv traitv with Sweden for rlr.e >\?..>, oy \\ the rorrr,ti :s to payihe lattt-r at lev era 1 times, thite Millions lev en hundred thoularj 1 ivres. 15. The p; ince of Orange wa-; elected by the fhttes of Guilder land, and the n"th by thofe of Overytt'l, hereditary StaJtho.der, &c. of thofe provinces, in both the male an.', female line. Sov. The ftat-s of Holland and Wefl-Frieze-knd, take the fame n. fplution as thofe ot Cue dc-rland and Overyl&i had done; and oa rhe 11 th mak-' a lo-lernn deputation ro fcira and the priaceis royal his con-fort on the occiijon. 9. A declaration made in Zealand of the fame Tc" nure. ' � Abovtt this time was pnb'.ilhed the anfwer of their high mightineftes, which had bexn refolved at the end of the lafr montrh, to the two memo hk ot the Abbe de la Vjlle, and tl*l dedaraion of tke French king, which bore date the 17th of ApriJ, and September 2 V iV. S. The duke of Ctmberhnd fet out frcm the H-tgye for London on the 9th, and arrives at St. James's cm the �jth. it. 'HisTsritann'rck VajeiTy opens his new ParT'a-ment by a fpeech, ha, ing me. it tw o days before, and ordered the choice ot a lpeaker. 17. Drake Charles Leopold of Mec^ienb-rgh Swerrrr, dies at Dormtz in the t yth year of his age, and is f -9. ceeded by his brother the duke admjmifrator, Chri.iiaa Lewis, The'Engljfh a'-out this time etke French merchant fhips of the Marrinico fleer. ' The French and Qenoefi? quarrel witlj tbe renablicfc of Lucca, which is obliged to iubmit to fuperiet force. From the 10th to t�e iid ftcrrny weather from the weft which did abundance of damage in the Raltick. Dec. 1. A terrible hurricane from the fouth we!*: and fouth, which did an infinite deal of damage .by fe* and land. 4. The Abbot of Kempten, a/overefgn price?, and favourite of the EmprefrQiteerf,' die in their Wt Relbiunon, and are defirous of keeping France within Bounds, by drawing together an Army of Obfervarion. This is furpof.d to be chiefly owing to the Difcovery of a projeci fet on Foot at Paris, for fending Marfbal Beiieifleonce more into the Empire, in Quality of Pie* nipotentiary, with a Retinue of between twenty and thirty thouiaad Men at his Heels i to prevent which there can be no Expedient more proper deviled than this of an Army of Obiervation, wbkb, in Cstfe the French fbould perfifl la th�r Retblution of paflbig the Rhine, may at any time join the ImperialifK, and either defeat that Defign, or oblige them to repals it, without any prejudice to the Neutrality of the Empire, for the giving weight to which fiich an Army of Obiervation ought to be .raifed. The laft Letters we have from Holland, give us the ftrongefr. AfEirances, that the Subjects of the Republic in general, dilcover a noble fpirit of Liberty, and a laudable Zeal for the fapport of it in their refpeSive flations 5 as, on the othier F^d, they have received the cleaireft and mo(t authentic promifci of Auxiliaries, liifficient ro compleat their Troops, to,tbc Number  proposed, by the Beginning of the Campaign, it '15 ftitt confidently reported, that his Serene Highnefs, the Prince Stadtholder, w i put hirnfelf at the Head of am Army fjfficient to cover the Territories of the Repub. lie from any Daneer of an Invafion, whilfr the Grand Armv 'of the Allies is emnJoved oj"f*eflfiV>ly a^ainfl France, and a great Body of tbe Imperiaiilb make a ;