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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - June 2, 1847, London, Middlesex ol. XLVI. Numb. 42. Pups Occurrences. From TVESDAT June the ad, to SATURDAT fine the 6rh, 1747. fljy /*3 *m'wJ one Brh i'h Pjcqurt vebich brought tbe joi!t>v;ui& JSvidU ViZ. tit Gtntrnl Had Outrun tf tbe Fttub Artsy tt (jjnnti, Hij 10. rHE Expedition fo much deflr'J, and tor whiJi P cptrations ha* been making for Tome Months, is ac hii begun, every one will -know tfur by this is mea.-.c the Siege ot the I Irs. It was Yefhrday, active in the Evening, that J Signal was given by tour B 1mbs, which all fell the Fort, and published our Intentions to the rrilon. the Chev-^i-i de Eelleifle, M. deChevert, d tr.any General Officers, weie ocular WitnelTes this beginning of the Operations, of the Croile 'oint, w here thr M or tars ami Cannon are pla-?.nd which is dVlanr from the IfJes a Quarter a League only. The Wanders did not quietly ceive our S^ute but returned it vvjth n>e heft .c- in the World, giving us double the Nutt-r of C nnon Shot fur our Bombs. This Sere-de I^O�-tl tii; the Niehr. and ftitl continues, rho* c u/th quite lo much warmth on ejrher tide. r Gcneiois weie not the only Spectator's of is Somhardrjient, for nineEnglilh Men of War, u of the reach of he Bombs, had anOpportu* quetlf toobierve tbejr Effect. We cannot ten ..-li.-r chty inten to be idle bpecrators wnen the fctnt h mailt, b^r we bear it will he very foon, e Uy Tc-morrow at break of Day. The Grt-dek-rVord ^riend-lhip, amongft Wyces and States. Joes nojt carry the lame Meaning'with us as it does acarai�ce l So tnat, in rel_rxct tome, this is no News. But what lurpriles meaEove every Thing is, that the States Generat have pafled aWay Years in deiibeiaring how to luflir their Country to be tasen by Afliult, and that they ihould now on a ludden, that it is 10 late, become lo very a&ive, and demand Succours ot me tor trie Defence ot it. I mutt own I did noi expect n fiom thuu. I am indeed lorry for their being put into fo greit F.ight as they leeoi to be in; but k is by no Means a pioptr Time or Scion to require Succours from me. I mult now liberate in my Turn, and malt confuli my i-riciw and Allies, before doing a T^n* ct 10 uupcrrant � Nature, and �hich may p iiibly give iotnc o� them Otifence.?* Hjs Pruilim Majt.ty is beiiev'il to have talk'd in this tanuhxing S'ri'n. to thew his Reientment �t theStates General refuiing to guaranty Siidii, infpiteotall trie Solicitations, and. even Intreaties, which were cauicd to be m^dc them by the King of Pru-flu himlelf, as well as by the Court of Great Britain. An xtrjS of a Letter from 4 foreign Minifier St tbe Hipu, daied Mat 30. It is by no Means yet certain which Courfe the Empire wil takej nothing svill however more effectually determine thc Princes of Germmy 10 declare therafe'ves operjly, arid make them avoid being the Dupes to the AlTurances and Proaaifes of tbe Sieur de )a None the French Miniiter, thin a vigorous Refolation of tfce States General, and their Ihewing a Steadinels io tbe prelent critical Conjuncture. Unhappy it is for every Republkk and little State, which enteri into Alliance with or depends upon the M&% cbrili'un frknJfinp: They nwy indeed receive Suhiidies, Penfionir and private Gratifications firoa\ France-, bm they thereby receive, foraetimes without perceiving jc, tie Earneit of. the Price of their Liberty; they by this Me�ns forge their own Chi ins, and enrirely ruin their States and their Subjecls. Withoutbaving JJecourfe to tbe Hiftory of louii Je ro Be-nevento On tbr : 9'h an hnrcd a- this P >rr f'-otn Sicily, four Tranlport VefTris - 4th, r'le Duke di Sora, Prince of Piombin--. arm-id here from Naples to fee his Relations. The lame Day the Chevalier Lecce, on nis Arrival here irom Niples, was arrefted, and by a Party ot Soldiers conducted to the Call ie of St. Angclo: He mde his Efrape to Naples, and wa^ demanded by the Poprof the King. On the 4th the Pope, attended by his Retinue, returned to this City from Ci-virta Vecchia, aud wislalutedat his Entry by rhe C^ftle of St. Angelo *ich ;^ Cannonj and iffy wa� pleated to 6-1 up one of the vacant S'aik ac Weftminfter of the Honourable OrJ:r of the Li-th, by conferring th; Honour ot Knighthood or chac Of.ier on Rear A^ nirai Warren, The Ceremony w s performed by bis Majdty in his Ciotet, his Grace the P'.i'*ith 'he Bidge of" thf Otii;r, inrroJu^ed R;ar-Admiral W.iren.wha kneeling before the Snveiei^n, w�� Kmgbtcd wnh the Swc.rd of Star? j then the G and Maiier having received the Ribbon, with the Badge of the Older, from Bath King of Arms, prWented the nmr to the Sovereign, �b� put the Ribbon over the Rear-Admiral's Shoulder, he if til kneeling, and then he had the Honour of killing hs M jeity's Hand, which done,hearole an) withekrew. Th: End of tbe LONDONrGAZETTE. From tbe London Prints �?* Manufcri^ts LONDON May 30. This D�f Adffl�>l Warren gave a  rand Entertainment at Portfmouth to Monfieur Jonquiere, the French Admiral, and the Other Officers uf trie Men of War, j&c., Utely taken byhiua *nd Ad rural Anfoo., Orders aregi^rn for an immediate Ren forced merit of the Garrilotvsof Gibrfjtir and Portmihon i �nd next Week feveral jRecryits will, he put oa Shiprhoard for Bhat Purpojle. By � C*r�J Ship lacelp arrive^ there is Advice true at St. Malotfs the French are a trine out ji more Sail of Ships, interjdjed to cruise in the Channel on the Engblh, It wes Yellerday Cjarrcntly ref orted, that therg were Ltttcrs from on board a Swediih $hi.parrivrd in the Groyne fro n India, giving an Account, that the Frencji, }o the lafe Attempt upon Fort St. Georse* had loll 1500 Men, and *�r- ;n f ,vh a milerable O^pdition, as not to be a.ble to un-dertakeany yh'n&ofConicquen.e,and rhit they had left Pondicherrv. anJ were, it's fiid, ken fteer'mg to*ards Madag-iicar, as if they w?rc c .11-rng home. It is currently reported, that the Breft Squdrotj is put to Sea, or at ieait a great Pi; t ot >t, with an Intent to meet and p.oterit the French Well India F.cct, expected home , but it is laid our F cct, lately returned to Ponlin�>u�h, wi.. pr.> e-d to Sea iVirettlyl in order tp give the French Nation a lecoad Blow. ;