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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - June 27, 1847, London, Middlesex Vo.XL'1. UE'S o Numb. 49, CCURRENCES - -nr-r� From SATURDAY June thc 27th, to TUESDAT June the 30th, 17.17. i-j>J one Bntilh pjclpt t^bub bici%bt tbe fttloxmt% Advices. Coitnhagen, June 17. }]F nM Syffem feems to he /ally Ef-tablith'd bete, and the King clearly Hrtermined to pcrfirt in maintaining a frricl and abloiute Neuc.aliry durin* the prelent Troubles of Enrope, contenting hitnleif with ^c^fic'iej he receives from the Crown of Prance, ^ �]�, v wdi.h is held to be perfectly confur-cn--n the ontnry, is rather inclined to fupport the tfivi e of rmce ot Oonrr. the French King abovehjm, I and over hin a White Flag', their Papal Entbufi-fafn hni like to have co;t them their Lives on the Spot. However, ihry were taken upand fent to lb- Hague, and as their f'hildien are knt to the Poors Huulc \' is y thought, according to this Country Phicbhc isdetermin'd ,to iive in .good Harmony* Private Letters from Maeftricht mention, chac tn� Communication with that City by Lmd was entirely cut orf on the Weft by the pear Approach �> �ne French Parties} but that the Made was ftili �?n'*nn Mirth lo. Y a Veflel arrived trom Carthagenaj batft #r-� an Accoflnc of a moft terrible Earthquake wujCh lately happened at itoia. It is loaRrwtat B rem-irkjbl?. that befo e rite Shock wasobferved. the Sea retired about two fron the Port of Cil'ao, ari'i inriiwdiire.y cd: City funk all that Spice between ths City anJ Ciilao furred in the Un.e Minner, In thit the Sea, which ip a Moment returned wi h great Violence/now poif-iTd tbe P.a^e where the City wjs. It is computed that berween 10 and 50,000 Sou!j peiiihed by this violent Shock. A Letter from Tunieu duted Dec. 1, 174*. SIR, This ferves to advife you of the unhappy and fatal ^Misfortune, by an Inundacionof the Sci, dt-liroyirg (he C1I10. where there is not lei: t':c leaff Remains, in vihjch alt the VetTcls that were then at Anchor perifhed; as alio the whole or Lima ruined, rnd not above is or 10 Houit-s lefc as a Memento, occ lioned by a violent bam.* qui-ke which hired- three M/hut.-s; dnd what tuoic c�0 Ages and a half in /inkling, w�s in th.v Shock utterly deihoytJ. Th.s AdvKe carat; iu here this Day. . We are alio informed, that the Chavacue Frigat* was loI> ac Santa, as iiktwne a Imail Wltl t.o-.a D.mbieque taking in tbe late Corrcgidor's t:fectsi alio that four Gentlemen (one of tnem Don Jo* itph YarigovenJ woo were going to LimJ> to ie-ceive the Effects they h,J in tne Cnavaque Frigate, and having loif their Road they came down to the Beach, where .\)fint cvevtaking them they laid down tollccp, Dai tbe Sea in tn- mean tia.ft ovciflo^ing, dro*ncd uiem. A P&dirtpb from Gl'xu^itU, P?c. I:, Lid Nignt arrived a Counei ho a Li.v.i, di> patched by the Armada Merchant* ot .0 to cheir Partner Don Juan de I'L^ve, wirh the diimal Ne_>*s, that inc Ciljao and LimA was cntiTcJy-ruined, Lima by a violent E^rrbquake, uherc tnerr are but 10 Houl'es Kfi, anJ tbcic rcnd-ei'-.U ulc.cis* and-rfut 7uOO Souls had peuthed. The Sea retired VudJeniy irom the Callao, and on ns rccuin laid it intne.y unUcr Wdicr>QYei-flowing a Lej^ue �t Land j at the lame 1 nae the Sea retiied .the Ships were a-ground, tha �arth immediately opened, and nut -bove i-oPer* .oni were laved, lome oy c.iinbing to tne Top^ ot Trees, and others by Iwjmmicg on Pieces or Plank. , The Vice King has ordered that the dead Car-cales ihouid be tjkenupand btiri d any whe:e. QjtiM, Dec. z}. y�fierday retumed a younsi Fcli.,w tent after the riom Li.ih, he goc up with him a Day's Journey from Lova. �r.J brought a Pacquet lor our Pr.fident, wroc. b> Don Juan Ennqj 3, *ho la)s r.* law tour Accounts acteltcd irom Puita, giving Relation cf the Ruin of Lin.a, and uids, th4i the Convents of St. Domingo anu St. Franc is were i-ft, 1400 lJei-* tons of DillinCtion J�;ri.hcd, nd^ innumcracnc ot the common Son ; tnat the Vice Kiqg h3d v;rj,j:ii.'> ed 400 M.'n from the Garrnon tox hinder Rubefies being committed, and that.Ke ruu *, edUy hinged two flen tw plundering. The �mbqii4.c-h.ppcned October 28, 1746. By fever�l Letters 'tis laid, three hundred Million ot Dollars, or leventy-nve Millions of Pounui Sterling *cre loft by thc �arthqad\eit Lima. The fame Letters be r. that the Enterprise M-in of War has biought into J-mai.a a laige L'ri^e. bound trom Cad -i to La Vera C;ui, win ?o� Chefts of Goods and Ljquois, thoughc to be iiicu.Stit Pi.-zr caificd in there this War. ijt*r*j of War, Capt". Gay ton, has taken an Advice-Bjar, bound trom Chebuciow, with aa Account, tha� a Squadron uridfer Junqwaire was comm| to tine Place, where there- were rwo Men Wtr, and wert toffay there 'till reinforced*, and then to go and Amcfc Capt Breton or Aanapoljs Royah Ctfi tf 1 later frm Btrjm 5�ht 1. The trench are daily teniiiog in i'rizes-, j li-here� two ftom Bolton, with about igoc Barrels 11 Tar, and'^thtr Goods, and on� with Dutch Good i the Prettf Peggyi of FraSersoufgh, and four more, Ire on the R-ver, two ot wtoch trom Virginu with Tobacco, ohe with Iron aria De