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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - June 9, 1847, London, Middlesex XtVI. Numb. 44, PttE's Occurrences. From TUESDAY June thc-^th, to SATURDAY June the 13th, 1747. f mj UB trrivtd e� Brhilb Pafjurt robxb brouibt tne Holltnd Mill. itbe Htti Quarters �f Cum Ahufemhurg at St. frtnctoUMif 18. ' LHE Enemy have made feveral feinc Attempts upon our Jdvanced Polls .ttiat the [Column of Spanift Troops pa/Ted Air the > nk. on their Way to the Var j that it was swed fncceflively by other Columns and that -Infant Don Philip was expected in the Army the iith, having let out on the ijd with the ie of Modena trom Mont pell kr. Thek Letters that MarfhaUlieJleifle had put himl'elr at the of the Troops deftined to pais the Var, eve-Thing being ready for the Paf&gc of that Per. rdrtfa, $une 8. We lean*; ,by Perfons ar-fro$t Berg-op zoom, that We French are rjng the ForLot Lillo with great Fury. kirn, fune 5. Yefterday the.Army mad? aMo-bn forwards about half, a League. The Prince I Wolfenburtel eacamps at prefect with bis srajfe beMnd the Right Wmg,and General Trips cup5rs*he Catop which the laid Cbrpfe quitted, e Enemy fces Rib" *n the fame Situation behind [ceMwfL -fine C TAe Troops of the Prince of ' ange, in his fcrtates $MjAf&u> are actually in >tion. by Order of his Serai? Highnefs, toaiTcrfl-e upon the Lhon, where they embark next Jee'k, iwvd with the Conlent p; aod �urHorfev^yiflic In by the 16th it! Night, when our, Arjtfy wla fie fcprnpleat. ; ; I M SAutH ef t Lett* fffi&W&rp by � Pcrjn ef Cnfo st tbe Hiiiu.-ikx^fwu i. . . ' Some at the MBattberratf the fteputlick In thek Aflemblks Wrongly arifeft npdii pc A^ifd Arffly*s keeping ltfelf upon the Defehfive this Caropalgri, or at lea ft until it has received its heavy. Artie* ry, and all its Reinforcements. Thh is trie Sentiment and Advice of �he Council of StateTa^d agreeable to tbe Diipatches received trom prince Waldeck and Count Scthfatil: *W Mis %oyal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland, as wejl as the Britrfk Court, is of a contrarycpieionj iheyirc dclirou!, of marching directly to tbe finrmy, atU %*mg them Battle, without wakrng 'u:nca Aroyr ia Numbers, though coo/ Putfbmn virw this Matter in another Light. Hitherto their Hjgh Mighcinclfcrs have tasen no other Rcloiut ion than co lend Orders to hjflen the Much, or rhe Succours; and as his Serene Highnefs is expected every Moment, ic rs believed that the States General will (hen take aSn^i Retoldtion upon theopc-ratioti of the Campaign. Lerters to a Voreign Winiliex from Tunin giyea moft frightful Dclcup-tjon, of the unheard-of Crueltks, Barbarities, and .Maffaxrcs.j' which haye beers, cormaiued for touae Weeks paa\ between tne Auftrian* *od Genoele; The Pictar of them, thefc Letters intimate, is too ihocking to be particulaiiy rcprctepced i �hey 'thcrefoie only fay, chat theGenoefe are now (hut VP on all Sides by Land, and that the f arperuli s have Reafon to tremble ac the Thoughts of coming to a general Aflault of apcxafperated People, and who are conducted by a desperate Sort 01 Valour. "J he King Qt Sardinia, who is defirous of feciining his Territories for the future, has de-claied airefli to,Mr. Vjlctte, the Britifh M>nilter, that ti he wa& ready to do every Thing that lhouid be required of him, he hoped that cAe Ring of Great Britain* jointly with the Court of Vienna, would net,.defer guarantying to him the,Pofftffion ofSavena� upon.* .the lame Footing with tbe Mar-quifate of Final. . .;.Uft.t but alter having waited ro no Putpofc, great part of that Day, tbe T*fOops returned in the Evening to their Camp. The Allies" are put* ing the City of Lict; jnaj'Poftuie of Defence, a*^ auc repaying the Ramparts. - Amjtn&ut, tfmtt 1. We hear thatthe fitrava-jfcartt, Man of War, failing from La Vera Cruz to Cadiz, has put into a Pott in Garcia, hav'mg 00 board amongft other Things, 400,000 Pieces of Eight in Specie. r ttrgwe, futte u %kt moft Serene Prince tbe Sradt-holder was;prefentthis Day at an Aflewbly of their High Mightmetfdls. The Deputies of the States of Zealand, who accompanied his Serene Highn*is hither, had their Audience this Morning, and let ' riut in the Evening, order to rerum to. their Province. M-d'Arkel Lieut.CoL and Aid de Camp to the Prince Stadtholder, arrived Yefterday Polt. with Difpatcbes for his Sereti? Highnefs from General Smiflaert. The fame. Day Count Harrach. and Baron Reifchacbi ^eceited a Courier from thi ACM Array, who is to continue his Route this foa^ fprl^ndon. ,. They write fromCologn, tbat the firft Column Troops ofTamefwaer who are going to reinforce the Allled.Array, were crofling theRhine in ijrder to, land tt 2ons, from whence they will march by Land. . , �. Hajae, $f*e 13. The Army, cf the ADies rnade* ftotiOQ ,oti the $>tbj occafioned by Advice that cKe french were defiling Detachments from their Left, ir* priex to 4a0odie the Polfs to the R{ght *t the Mm, �(a^e Side of Lier and the aVrffer Methe. . We e*ery Moment expert Mews of Gonleautnce f^omrhe Army, as the la If informed as. fhat �il the General Officers had recetred Order* from, the Duke to auiA at agtaruLCouaul ot W aron the nthin1-ftanu Extrtci of tprijitt Letter from Maud Qvjrtns of tbe sikttJ Army it Beuvr*!, "}ur,t lj. As yet our main Army his made no Morion, tho' foine Alterations h*ve beer* naade in me Po-fuion of our Right and Le i^riio.i-ers, amongft,whom is the M*i�jais >t Oii.'-uJi, -The PoffclSotvot this impo.'tjuc Po i ope.;-, a pillage for the Aullrian Artiii.ejy ', ij u pieces of Cannon were ait.suiy i. .i/.-j cnere. Ulm> 3*m6* N. S. Lc.t^f^ hom It^iy the News lately xe�iycd ttua* Genua, and that trw AuRuaDsare &0w Maliixs or au the riiUs abo�t that City.. tiettLQjuritrt U toitkmel, 3*?.' Ij. M i. .The Corps jic.Reiervrj unier t-'nncc Wolrcrp-butcie. has mide . a MotaDO this Motn'ir.g t> th-ietc, and w.ill^nciiqp this Nighc upon caeG.e*-Heath, behind Wellerloo. Geiirr^l V.aroniai *itn his Corps at Irregular* and ^ R^iuienc ot iij -rum?s LXaftOyns, aie i*dv*nfe4 to Sicrkrtu on the Deroav> whefe.�e will be hettcr 1'icua.ted th-�"a be-rore,.,C9 obtcrvc. the Motions of the Enemy, wb'� ^y j^jeir "Preparations Jecaxjop'jint towards Ma:�-trkhti ijhey have given oat �i'.ioogft thejr People, that .tfe�r Derign was co arr^^K the ASiesia their aCapip, but tbat Regort-ga/ni but littla Credit. �Sinve tne frenth KioaV* Arrival at the Aroty, the Works along the Da if. have been conhderabiy Cugmented: And.tpiy Actwithfo much Cautkwi, ttuc they have t^rQ'^n up a Sort ot Patapet all long 0e Fronts* their Camp, between tbe Rt� doub<$�bichhad 'oeen made betore- Tbei;uhaiKj Yefterday a large Body of,,Ttoops 1 (0 s&. Rights ajid ta� Corps venter the ;