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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - June 30, 1847, London, Middlesex fiM a, XLVI. P UE* O Numb- 50. CCURRENCES- From TVESDAT June the 30th ro SATURDAY July the 4rh, 1747. ipt M arriv^ �we Britijh Pac^is wbUb brevet a tbt fallowing Advices. IrtBiiMLONDON GA2ITTI. fftrtue, Jvne IJ. N. kHEgreatert part of the Convoy from aVing �n left in Licr, as a Rear G^'ard to General Tripes jOrps, were furrounded fay a confidera'bTe Bou'y of tiefirbcli tn xtm Town, who would 4i�ve �hem : ipitalate, wbich (bey refufed, but determined, as bere could be no I1! opes of "Relief, to cut through ! e Enemy, which they executed .with i$e ^ofs only : Sve or fii Me|\,and ^ojfaed fkacnl Trips on ! 5 Mfircfe. Three Rurwlttd Recruits for the Ftungtrjio*ards St! ion 4tad Toagres. nn� Wolfertbuttltf is eacaropci *hh *� JPde*hHiB From tbe 'London Prmfs �sf Afanufcripts LONDON, June u and 17. Ibe'Lerdi of. tbe Aimitihf hive ippamtd Ctft, Tbec-4 doxf drier, 10 be Cotnminier �/ the ^beJier^tlJ Mtn of q Wir, of 4c Gum. ttfittiiy mil bei& a Gvmtl Court tf tbt EUfi-InJu Comftttf, in wbteb tbe Ouiruta* itqiuinied tbtm wab wb*t Advtce r* Court �f i?ire 10 ^ tbt ttlpn^Of tort St. George by ibt bench ; 4nJ lb.M lbtt betng rtnjtin'J by tktir Gwtrnor-, aar otberwiie ibun by wblxn vootud ue tnort iiretBblc both at borne and itnud, Maje 11 wtf not Ipwiltttd with Blood. Among otter tmnces in GtrtMny, tbdt have lit el) fhtton bow thoroughly tbej are convinced of tbe TrttctKry ind douMe Dealing of 1be.tre.110b, *u ierene Higbru^\ tot l>utf of Wmembtrg, 11 one, &nd :t is in agreu He*fmc itttibutedto the Ze*l xmb wbtcbbts Mfijier to ike Af-Jociited Circles Acied in to&t Ajffltr, ibn tbe lute impartial Rejolmtov wis rj^en afsJberuig 10 i-be Jtniieni yilli ance wub (be Houft of Aajtm, am u a bopodbty LxMti-* pie will b*ve a very exteapve Influence, woub isjo rnittb *6e more foovjbk, i{en by tbe. Adminls Jtnfen And t* dr/tn, were irndtimed as Unfui PtictS. By tbe toft Advices from Italy, b*i HmiaI Htgbneji tbe Wdttt 'Don Pbi'ip nude ins Entry into Mice tmtnie& not only jfffu.ult, butimpratliiibtt. "Welexrn by jeverdl Letters jrtm Eiinburgb, kytbe ltfi Po)l, tbxt f'.vobrt* Country of l\orii} quut tt t?is juncture > tbtt t�of$ of t$e ttogklinden tint nartrtout pirtns bud tome in, iiifTVr.dgr'it tour Arms* and futf mined* ^ tbit r^ fop** 'of an Ad of Graft was received t^Kre TOIt* vnrv*d*l fan /� tocre �J tbe htbfjt Ftohibikty �/ its producing ibe mofi fibairy Efr \ ftcis, and that tbtje too even in to* mtfi ^jUta Parti of i ibat Country By i Uiier frm Litchfeti vt have tn Acatat, that there bdl been a great tonteft between tbe Populate, about -tbe Cbwe of their CandidiSeu one Patty *fp�fin% tbe It- \ tereli fij George firubhs Vanon E\tr, j.tcond Son of Lord Gottxr, and fttomai Anion, k.(f> f.e'ip Cindiiatei, tbt Party of tbt lit � ter were at loft diftaad, and jbvoe out *} tbt row,, vltb putfb ftbodfbed an both Sties. &t keir from ^erouVi^ that the Kaint have been ft irtat were, that ttittxytr TtaeedbAijwetfd higher than Mi- ion known theft 19 Tears f*p. Atmeng tbe Sfopt tafcrt and carried wrt Marthiico, are the ^Ufmiyd ftflj, Hodgei and tbe Anne KtUjketiy; jatiffprSi. iZusi tbt txpediiiok, jkaykr-. and tbe fii-JeavMir, Canal > f*r Bariadots; ill from Qn\ vfltb Pro* Toy mrfiu ffem Ne� Toy fa thai fevtrll Frentb Ye$d\; hive bona tabtn by tbt Eng^ifb on tbt BtntbStde of hijpar\ ninfd. ' Tt^etday there ttai 4i/�urt a Frefs eh tbe Khier,av Us baminown fvr^om.Jamt.inotiitr tt tomfttatlj tiaim bit MajffiiOnps raaty forStamtbaU Expedition- ai ttr Rojal family will remove font? tb&n uftuifrom Kenfk^ t*H 90- Obit f tfJJttV. TJkrday, beag Midterm Day, tame �� tt QitilJhait tbttSiStm tf tittrffiftm thi-Gity of London atiHountj of. Mtddtftx fir tkt ttarejueig, m*r* And tt tbnt fkritd Itpfst? wen unamauajr On Tuefliv &>uv[cllor Legge and CounfeUor Poole vert caUgd loathe Degree t>f Serjeants at Law, with the mujl pormart'.y f afttr which ike Lord Chancellor, $udgee -feints a: Law, Hfc. dined wits them at Timpk-Hall, where a very grand Evenamment was provided. A Uw Days Jgo ttro notorious Higbwumen, vie- Samuel Baxter, and Robert Hint, Wife committed 10 Gku-(bberite of a Tool than of bim. The Fool m^y be directed by a wile Mm: But the .other aiiviles only with bis Bottle,and his Brothei~Sors over a Bottle. Not a mere Sp jnfmjn. Nature never defigned him tor a Senator, All bis Delight is tn xke rf'trie ef bis CAU\ing,And befbalt not be found woere Paribus Are jpolten. lis odds but he wjll attend his Hounds bet-trr than the Houie. or giv� you Cau/e to with he had, . Not a Man thu pretends to moreHooefly tbaa the Reft or the World. If he has it, he is a Pool for boalling of a Superiority 10 uletefsandfo hatc-fuJ* If he has it not (md i's. an- hundred to one but .tnat's rhe C^lV) ne is an Hypocrite, and a Knave, and means to cheat you. Not a Man that is ruled by his Wife. Yo>! are chuie Par-iiinent-Mcn, not Parifament-Womeru Not the, fcjin your Wire is for. Who knows what Ihe hoses to get by your Vote ? Who know$ whether the ftf.s dot been wcU paid before-hand; Befides, who wOuld be thought to bcgovern'J by his Wife? ' Not a Man that can't draw tij> a ftiort Adver-tilement, to ask for Votes, without Nonlenie or lalflc Grammar. A Member pt Parliament ftouU be able to. uritc Senfe andEnglilh. Country-Gentlemen �re very apt to thirJk thir they have anlntereft, is landed Men, contrary to tbe Intereft ot Trade, and to act accord ins, Jt is an inveterate Ef ror and, I toir, not curable, cTt-e'ept by the Smart of Experience: for Realon, contrary to the Nature ot ah ottier Thing*, always goes for Itift where there i$ the greacdlScarcity oi ir. ChM'e not Juch Mtn. Trade is always ir Work fox the Benefit ot .the Land", arttl withuutli .your Land would not gne you * i*iattrb-i>uddingk (ftnt it-) Laft Night arriv'd a Meffenger frbm FlulhiDg with Commodore Micthel, wbjcftiktiqg Advice, thutan Aclricmhid h�ppeft�d neajr Maeltrkhj, between a Part^ ot the Allied Array, under tbe Command of General Baroniai, aod a i'axuy ot tbe French, under the Command ot the Ptioxe bt Clerraotit, wherein the, F^rencli were oblk'd to r4�eat witb the Lofsof *