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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - July 11, 1847, London, Middlesex 'ol. XL* I. TJE* o Numb 53 CCURRENCES. From SATURDAY July the nth, to TUESDAY July the 14th, 1-7. I c An tmvd one Brmjh Paquet which brought ont T Mini Miit, $ of i frivue Letter frtmGenoi, June 17. NMnndav laft, at half an Hour pad r-cu.r in the Evening, the Aultrians i:>jun'ain called Setra di Bavirito F.xnen e ofR.trj, where they divided into fcvalCclumns, one or' which, in the Grey ot rjie jorningj attempted the Convent ot: Camadules, nother, defending to Guezzi, endeavour'd to iltethemtelves Matters or our Lady ot the Mount, {hon which they nude five furious AtraA'S, uut ere repuls'd with vail Lofs, Numbers of dead ^dies being fcattei'd along the Canal of Ma Brothers. By an txprefs arriv'd from Porto Fino we learn, .at a thoutnd Men r- jult landed there from orfia.and having join'd a Body of Troops *e d at Sceorf.ra, they are In full March hither, hefe Forces have made themlcIves Matters of Tor-fle/ia. which the Enemy lately took from us. in hich ih.v had loo Mm kiiied and wounded, and : tiken Pi il'oners. In ai! 'hrl'e Engagements the Enernv mult have lit a q:-at r 0! Men, and mull have more m'.J, a nong the latter we hear js the Mar-Ci;r/J, and tour Colonels; On ourSide we ivph:,: a>'Ui 100 Jcli.'d, and 340 uomued M. rf /enn'jiglia; thac chey hare actually thejr Head Quarters at Sc. Remo, and their Pnquets at Port I h�v* now given yon the bel Side of the 3ic^ure, and now let us turn it: We are totally hlock'J up by Lnd> and If I (aid by Sea too I tiotrld not l>e, for except* fmail I?hrK now and thep in the /Tight, there is nothing can get out of orfnto our Port', the Aultrians have really don: [Wonders, for hitherro they have not made Uie ot Tingle Cannon. We had yefterday a Sight '. f n VdTels, viz. a Polacre, a,Pink, and four Ta1 'ans, the Elcorre of an Engliih Man ot Wn, round roSturcla from Savona, laden, as we make no doubr, with Artillery ; fo that we expert every IMoment to bi cannonaded and bombarded. In IJhe Daytime we are, melancholy and quiet i but tv "^'eht-time lyeoplf run about crying Peace! hAiZlh 1 us imPlore the Mercy of her Imperi 1 "J'jelty! When any one ofthele are trfken by cV (>uftd$ they ptir a perpetual Stop to their .Voile trir 1 j o r' Iz is i^Poffii'le to exprefs our Dii" ""J and Confufton, which is the greater, becaul'e weflarter'd oudrives ten Djfs ago, when the �U!rr�ns were fending their Detach i.mcs to B,- thens�iCRe they WC'C aituilly PrcPdling t0 ra:ft . ffi-fae There h afTemWed on the Side rrrv.A Mei" unJer M4'q'Jel� Bilbian, and we e� C^Auari-ins RcSiments from the Miiancze, �"ire defigned of the Fien:h is rot mentioned, but thofe who have vilited the Fk.d, lay, there are two Frenchmen far one Englilh-aan. Mueftricbt, July \. The Lofs of the Enemy, according to tneir own Accounr, is between iz and Men, reckoning KiHed, Wounded. Delerters and Priioners. The AHies have not loll above fjoo, and the French reckon ihemidves to have advantage in tne Fiahr, yet the Affair ended fo doubtfully, that fome of oui Offiers, it is pietend the Enemy retired to Tories, prop'Ued to take Poffe|li,>n of the Field ot Bu'le, but for good Reafons they p.eterred padlng the Meule to that Pi'opolition. I'ejet, July 5. The Corps of the Count de Clermont and Count,d'blltees are ftpatated ga.n Uo.m the Grand Army and extend to the Lett or the Meuie, f ojn Hei mal to Herllal. The Light Troops are to the Right of the lame River, and fheuh tt'emielves as far as Huy, and have juft tepulied a Party ot the Enemy, who attempted 10 crols the l^iver at fome Dill-nce from hence. H*iue,3ul? ?. The French Army h aftualiy at Billen, with its Right extending to Vilet, where they have constructed fom* Batt:ries,, and their Lett to t e Meufe below Mae -rienc. They write trom Berg op-nom, that the French make g eat Motions in that Quirter, as if they had an Intention ot attacking tnat Pla.e, but we a e inforvii-ed at the fame time, that Lieutenant Genera! SmijTaert is arrived Jrom Ze�l-nd into the Town with a good Body of Troops. Amw�rp, Jult 10. Coun Lowcndahl is gone with a large Detachment rro.ri the Army to attack Sintvliet; which Step i& looked on as a Prelude to the Siege of Berg or. -z 10m, for which we are making great Preparations- On Friday the King made a General R\vicw i.f h.S Army on the Field of Battle, -.nd 'cis expected it will enter very fpeedily up m Action. Higus, Jult io. Bi on de Grcvedir.s is returned he e t> the great joy of all uho knows his Wonh ; he has b. ougnt leveral Particulars ot the Fight, having been p el'ent in a!T the Action, and received leveral Shots in hisCSoa hs. He was too. an Eye-witnefs of lie Du'unt Ltmendahi on the Side of SaViyliet. Our Letters from Ttaly1 do not Tul!i|^*tri'tfy cQn-nrm lonner Accounts ot the Progreis''te Battle the Fren h had detached a Body ot Troops towards Antwerp, �bi h ]oo.\' as if they intend *d to believe either Breda or Bergen-op-zoom. Upon this Intelligence, Orders were lent imaediately toalmolt all the Troops about thefe Provinces, to ioin the Corple under the Prince ot Saxe Hi'.boirgh'ulcn, v* ho h at p'efent rewred within the Lines n-ar Bergen-r>p-zoom : By thele Means, and rbe Troops eh a r are lenc trom Zealand, he will hue urJer h's Corrimo .rhoo.l ot Sandvlief, and that it expected tnat PUcs would foon be ."ittxked 'p. Form. Th r^ sre tevt-ral Letters here, that mention the entire .r)e!?ruc-tion by Fire of the Score Houles and Magazines belonging tr'!1 Privateer, Piize, and nve littie Barks, laden chielly with Iron, Rozin and other Trifles, having burnt 28 more of the lame Sort, which they could not conveniently bring off, and dellioyed a three Gun Battery. t>n Sunday the nft, the Admiral fleering with his squadron for Cape Finirt>rre, tell in with ten Sail (iix of them nearer the Land tnan the other four) to which they immediately gave Cha.e.- The Admiral concluded they were ai! F ench, and therefore kept fome of the Spuadron dole upon a Windafter 'he tour, while hirrf'.elf with the reft, went in Purlui't ot the six. In a (hort Time one of the /our made a Srgnal ta. knowing ea^h other, and proved to be his Mi/efty's Ships the Prinze Fre-derictc l?rilroi, and Centurion, wnh a Porru,;iie!e Brig they ha'd Ipoke with. They followed the Sjx other Ships, whi-h were Merchants, into a Bay 4 littk to Windward ot the Iflmd ot Si arga, wh're the Fncmy's Ships Anchored very regularlv, ncc imagining we fhovrid lollow ttiem i but rin.liflg their Miftake, tficy cut their CaLies and run *lhore, let Fire to one of the Shies, and a very tine Brig, w ffich blew up before our Boats could get on b oard. Trie Ship which blew up was the fctoil, a M n of Wit ot Forty Six Guns, aniJab>ut Four Hundred Men, carne from Port Louis �ih a Convoy or ten Sail of Merchant Ships, bix ot whkn parted Cot* pany rn the Weft-Indies. As they had not fet Fi e to the four Merchant Ships trae Adw.wal ord Z:& tne Mon.noutft, PoitUnd, and AMioufcaae, to ;