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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - January 23, 1847, London, Middlesex rouXLVH. P 11 E's O ~fr^TsATURD AT January the 23d, ro Ttf �S�> /* r rbhis *is ratty lies concealed at Hifpahan} but in low JriMS of the Kingdom they keep no meafiires with aw fovereign, hat appear openly la Anns. In � awn time it is not certain what part the Port arts Ithi toe ofcemfufion; (bene think flie fecretly ro- 0 the civil broils of that Country, that (be may t liberty to revive the mediation which the Grand jr offered about three years ago to the Chriftian ffK^burgb,' Dec. 3�. The Auxiliaries intended trisefcrvice of the Maritime Powers are actually in 'tb, and we expect every hour an Account of the J of the firft Column of thofe trooru on the fron-jjrflidiaania- We are like to be very foeedily fi*ttd from the prefent 'French Minifter, d'AlBon, D he already acquainted the high Chancellor, count ^DcbeS; with his being recalled. M. de Sauvenr, i Fttach Coniu! at this Port, is now charged with e t$irs of his nation, and has accordingly delivered islftteCredentials, which gave him an oopoftu-.f^fflMferring with the Chancellor,-when betook t liberty of enquiring if it was true, that a great jdV of Ruffian troops were'on the point'of crsverfing tan* and Poland, in order to pais through Genoa. r into the Low Countries, there to aft in favour of tAffies. The Chancellor, who certainly did not 1 fich an enquirv from a peribn with no higher tsua&rthan that of Minifter, charged with the Af-irsof Frtnce, faid, very cooly, that he had no In- iofls to anfwer any fuch demand, at which he ad not help being Ibmewhat aftonifhed, fince in the fffrofibmany years as the prefent War has laded, the way Annies the moll Chriftian Kjnjgfcas og^it fit to march on all fides, no Minifter from the _nra had ever interfered; and it was'to be preiuav 1 that his Majefty and his Miniiters, knew lhe had ? fine Prerogatives in her Country that he has in We do not certainly know when M. d'Allion pul Rtifc from hence, but it is though, whenever.he poss, be will take bis leave by Memorial, his eondacl : efpedally of late, having given great oSenee kit. We are ib fully convinced of the neceffity ffot only of periling in the prefent Sjf/tem, but of parfu-ingit with Vigour that betides the troops which are to march throueh Pohnd, and a like Corps which is to Ejriace them in Livonia, a third is dem ed to take, tie 6me Route with the former, in order to job them m Silefia, or Moravia, that they nay be abfolutelv conv jfat when they arrive at their ultimate place of defli- Madrid, Tan. 1. The Alterations that have been & 5*Tked alked of in this Court, begin to take place oydecrees, the count de Montijo has refigned, at once, �*f*ce he held in the Qaeen Dowager's Hoa&old, �djis Prefidentftup of the Indies: ft is laid that his I readily confented; to the former^ ^with [ r^a to the latter he isdefiroas the Dnke mould ex-PaaaHBfelf, and he is expected here fo^thatp^^rpo^e �*� �h� It is ibongly reported that the Duke de �f , who is Mailer of be-Horfe to the Qjeen Do>-�gr, Will refign alfoj the real fource of thefe Refo-b hot yet cbrttnoaly, known.. The,*foquis *^^�wrj^ here this Evening v itisjene-***y agreed that he wiil act return to command the rBJ***i Campaign, fcHt is verv doubefidivhb Jg* placed at the "head of it' ia bjsrtJomT^oS fending all which the Genoefe give out, tha: they are under no Apprehenrions from the Invalion threatened them by the Auirrians, there being, as they fay, a Body of 35,000 French and Spaniards within the Territories and City of Genoa, Turin, Jan. 9. A Report is current here (but how well grounded we cannst aniwer tor, that the King or Sardinia has ordered all the Magiilrates of his Territories in Lombardy, nor to turniih the Imperial Troops with any Neceflaries, unl�ls they pay ready Money for theai i and that if the laid Troops prefume to take Provifions, Forage, &c~ by Force, they muft ih the firft place expoimlate arnicabiy with thcon bat re--pcl Force with Force, ia cale thejr reprelencations are Florence, Jan. 9. The Frew* have taken pcfleffion of the Caftle of Lavenza, fituate upon the Confines of the Dutcby of Man%, where -they found rwenty-nine pieces of Iron Cannon, and tbey are aclually at work in fortifying the place. The Duke of Richiieu has wrote a Letter on that fabjecl to the French Minifter reading here, wherein Jie- kys, 'That this Fortre6 being dependant npon the State t>f Mafe, and by its fituatioa advantageous to the Auibrians, as it would enable them to lay fiege to Surzaaa, and by that means penetrate into the Eaflern Riviera, as all Europe knows ehey defign to do and being informed, that the Aufrri-�ns iatenaed to take poueffion of the feme, in order to favour the landing of fine Artillery by theEngliflb there, he thought it pnukot to prevent them, ana for diat purpofe ordered Count de Lannion. Corrsnander in Chiel of the Forces in Garrifcn at Speaaia, to take pofleffion thereof; at the fame time afluring the Dot-chd6 of MaS&, that he had no Intention to infrg^e upon the Neutrality of her territories, but on the contrary to (npport it in the moff ef&c>aal manner, which wasimpofOble for the Garrifon of Lavenza, and the whole united power of the State of MaSk put together to do.' This ftep however gives-great l?Beafeiefs to our Regency, who are apprehenfive with reafon, that a compliment of tha like nature may be paid them by the French, whenever it ihall fait their Intereft to pay 00 farther regard to their Semralky whA this State; And we expeel with Impatience Orders from the Emperor on/this hbjtSt. In the mean time the Count de Salim, CoaHrander in chief of the Troops in Tufcaay, basreprefaited-to the Regencyr that confidering the danger of m Invafioo from the French, it wo dd be qeceuary to fend fome Troop* that Way^ we have fince oeen informed, that three d-*ys after the French *ook pofleflioa of Xavenza, aio Men out of too which were placed there retired, leaving behind only 50 Men and-foar Omars. Coint de Puelba, who coav mands in the Caftle of Aulla, furlers no kind of Pro* virions or Merchandize to pais fay him to Genoa > and it is allured, that the rmperialifts-have entirely cut off all ConsJounkatioa between the Re^ibiick and Lom-" hardy, nnd that they grant no more paflpoits to any perfon whomfoever. Drefden, Jan. 14. Sir Charles Hanbary WilliwK, minifter from checking of Great Britain, bad a pTtvate -audience of the king the 5thinft,to demand a naflage through Poland for the Ruffian troops, which are" to> enter intCfetbe iervjee of the Mtxitioae Powers \ andw* hear that bis^jedy made anfwer^ f.iThat his regard 4 for the king of Great Britain, and his alliance with him1, B^him-gAadof �e?^^orranity To-oblige him, h�tt that tJw demand in o^moawaso*'^ a" nstnr*,-1 d�t he couW^not give any ro/iaVe acrfiver to it -T -that the gmui^anaju^�,feeigii tnoopsArdugfr Po-*| knd, did hot depend uponjiis confent only, hut that J et the wj^e pepublick * *nd thar as there was Ho diet then fit^ujg, ft was impofiibk for bis majefty to deter-'M tpiuean|r tiii^ in. relation to this ai&ir. . tI i ^uii'ilak%.\'0$iW^f&f beingmwillingthatany power^ftoald exercife a ^^!l^^tor^1^^^ ydieistln^arne thert-, his 1 fliip was cruizing fitt twi ^ M. making hamate tobe uatiefc Thetfipy ^*ci^5r^5Sgf; \ imbanpaign �i�a^rf^^teffj&,l fflonw K Miffion* ofWvy pieces ofEight are to fei a new Plan for iettlingthe A^��� luMfc fant* it Bpropofafc to giverhim ^^^SS - theQoettof Hungary** *jrP^Jg�5 ml in �fe� Days for d^opinSanoutheBfl$fife %have taken a F Y*H�*?3l 40000 fcatoes 5 ther Mve fitewjfc �ken . f ei^sc Barks whWb ^m&tt2�*JZ3L We alio r* wocthe�Wtod iNh^WMgra vJL*^*** ^^^^^^^^^ ^enaa, Jan 13. The Arcfe-duke, Tofeph, rtaVthe ^ount tfAh�an, � �nd.iuipeats at coore c vcry - isaemk. 1c is bow fi�.tltetfeiaif�&3; be ejetendod? Bmf&iwp are again filling their Magazines at Ek'aye, an \ corfv ' dcrabJe quanricjes of Arms arc lent tro.n lu-ncr daily to Madrrichr, whither o: Recruits for the live Companies are alio jull gone. A few Days ago ?n Men weie lent av.'ay to hll up the Dutch Troops. A Troop of Auftrian HuHar-; ha; been lurptiz'd by the Enemy at Han-t, and made priibners'of War. Amfterdam, Jan, 19. The Bey of Algiers is difgnl-ted with the King oi Denmark, becanle h'> rrade his annual Prelrnt of Mortars in Iron in!k-ad of UmU.and a Dani h Ship has itready been taken bv thf CorJain, We have advice fro.n CDnilantinoPie, that the reac? of Perfia is not ib mvnly elfcibliSied as has been reported, and that there are many Parti lans in the Intfefl of a Priace Aid to be of the Old Race of the Sophies. Hague, Jan. 2 We have Letters frcm Pari? wkich mention, that there is a ferment among the Princes of the Blood, occafioned by the prefent conjuncture, and that their particular aim is at a certain Foreign Gene-. ral, whom they accufc of being the exile or die me-danchoily circtimftancs into which the Kiigdom is fal-; len. From the Empire, we hear, that rhe States Swa-(bia, perceiving that the French continue to buy up all I the Corn they can in Germany, have forbid the export-! ation of it ont of their Circle,- left they Ihould want themfelves. The Leters from Cologne &y, that the Imperial Troops have' received the third aaJ laft Orders to march to that they are expected to fer out every Inftant. Meafiires are laid to he already taken for forming new Regiments out of the remains of thole whic', France unfuffly detains. Their prefent Corps will be_ broke, and new ones compofed of thofc who can gex *home. A few days ago the Earl of Sandwich delivered a memorial to their High MighrineQes, but the Contents ir unknown. In the Defeat of the lair Convoy for Bergen-oP-Zoom, about %o French were killed, and 30 taken Prisoners, ihef AeEfcorte was a?ain the moll nurnerous. ^his has occafioned great mifery in that Fortrefs, where Difeales reign as well as want > and the whole is augmented by" the Cold, which obliges the French todemolilh'the HoafiS," one afosr another, for the Timber, having no other'FeweX ed '7 Paris Jan. \ -*- all Ae acco&tiosn _ ** Territory H' Mec laaeDvKBi ;