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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - May 12, 1847, London, Middlesex In 11$~, "ol. xlvi KvMB 3& ue's Occurrences From TUESDAY May the iarh, to SATURDAY May the 16th, 1747. |nce my lalt arrived one Bntifh Pacquet which brought one Holland Mai), vir. Hunhwr%, Miy Ii. ICCORDING ro Advices from Dinrtick, Couriers from Pertrl-bourg frequently paf> that Way, *ho htve Uriel o ders nor to ro diroygh a certain Town, but u-ther take a great Circuit to avoid it. Our Letters from Petersboug Ser.tion furdly any Thing but the Augmentation 1 the Troops and the great Preparations making divers Provinces of the Ruffian Empire for a Jampaign: The Fleet equipping at Cronftadr is be augmented by fix Shir* of the Line of Batce. The Reports of a League forming in the North reviv'd, and 'tis pretended the Treaty is in h Forwardnefs, that the contriving Parties re the Point of finning it. However, jt^ js frill 'Cped that thefe Reports \� ill never beconarm'd. They write from rke Territories of Branden> aourg, ih�t the Pruifnn Troops feem ro be preparing for leaving their Qu nnrn; and as thii js the Anniverfary ot the Sirth of the Emperor Leopold, of Glorious Me-uoiy, it was thought proper to give the Name of ropoil to rhe young Arch-Duke, who was b�s-rued this Day by the Pope's Nuncio. The Em-prefs-Queen is as well as can be expected. M*dnd, April x\. According to the lift Letters rora Barcelona, the Troops embark'J there only vth for a fair Wind to put to Sea: It is given out fthac they are dcflin'd forGenoa;, but 'tis more robable that they will be landed fome where in �� Eeclefiairiek State, or on the Coaft of Tul'cany. order to join the Neapolitan Army. GV��, 4trit if. Tbe i$nh Jnftam a Urge Body ImperSi Troops advanced rc Bavari, under the ^Command of General Sr. Andre, wjch  Dffign to (take Poft on the Hill oritatti, from whence he pro-pofed to penetrate directly by the Way of Albaro andSrurla, wfeereupo* he marched a large Detachment, confining of our Regular Troop*, Militia and Peafants, who charged rhc Aullrians lo vigorously, that they were obliged to retire with the Lofs of many Men kin'd, wounded or made Pri loners* Our Detachments in the VaBey of Polleve-ra are likewile polled in fuch a Manner, as to prevent the Auftrians trotn penetrating farther on that Side. The xid an Offi-er arrivM here from Calvi in Corfica, by whom we learn, thar five Barks had put into that Port, coming from Toulon with Troops aeftin'd for this Ciry: Which Piece of Views, though we could wifh the Men were al ready landed here, raifes rhe Spirit of the People, as it fhewj a VVillingneh 'n France to aflifr us, norwfrhfhnding all the Hazards fee runs in fend-kig Troops by Sea. Since rhe /rfrhln/tonr we h3ve not fren any Englifh Ships before this Haibour, except one,, who keeps at a pretty good Oifbincc too . In the mean dine fevml Veffels have got into the Harbour, laden wirh Corn, Me* J, Butchers Meat, Wine, and other Provifions 5 lo that we have Plenty in the City, notwithftanding the Number of Peop e here h doubled rince the Approach of the AuJ* trian Army, Turin, A^H ?�. M. Blanqoetf*. Adjutant to Count Schulemberg, arrived here the 14th Infhnt,-with a Letter from that General to the King, irtiere'm He reprefenrs, ebat in order to make-Aire i of Succef* Jn his Enterprise agaioft th* Geneefe, he feouldhave ten Battalions more, whkh b� prays may be fent hina from the Piedmontefe Army, or elfe to let him have the ren Imperial Battalions that Ivive been left on the Var: And as ihchrkij-infr the heavy Artillery through the Valley of Scr/via meets with more DyffiCvir? than was imagined before Trial w*s made, liif Excellency alfo defires his Majefry would be pteafed to fend hint Baeterittg Kieces by Sea ft�m Slvotrt. TwoOon-ferehcerhave been held aat^e'PiJaae on the Sub-K� of this Letter, the; Refill* of'whi-h has been communicated to M. Blanquerte,"Vfe. That the Tro�P*arid che Arw*��y (hiB be fern as foon a* poffiMe to the Camp before Genoa, and Cue n-wn at the fccfe Time to ftplace en the Var wbat I roops (hall be draughttii from that Quarter. W fince hisarrival here irelh Inlfruiti-cms have been d if pitched to that Officer* with Orders not to awiefi the Dutch Skips, unlets they offer todifturbe the Commerce of our India Company. This News has railed our Actions Iron 1310 to to i$f j JLivrcfc Piace Edward is come back to this City, and makes a very fplcndd Figure; AU the Scotch L rds I and Gentlemen that have followed his Fortune, a e j WJ bufy in getting ready their Equip igcs tor the j Campjjgn, wh*ch it's fu ppo4'ed the Privce wii) make under his Majefty ia the Netherlands. Marfhai Belleifle islet out tor Provence: The Army ander his Command confilfs of 101 Bat unions 01 jegaiar Irpops, beiidea tholeac 6caoa, 1} Bit* ealiioos of Miliri', 40 Squadrons ofHorfe and 3? of Dragoons. We can't ye c after tain the Stregrit of the Spanifh Army, bee ufe the Reinforcements expected from Spain are not yet arrived. Bndi, Mjj j�. M. Sax.e*i Army is dir. behind the Dyle. but by the beff Intelligence we can procure from thence, his Excellency hat laid \6 gridg�$ over that River-, fomeDefertcrs from hi&Camp report, that he only waits for the King's arrivil. in order to ciofs the River and march towards the A�ies. Hiffm Ha 15. We have Advice from the General Quarters of the Englhh Troops, that there is a great Delertion in the French Army, no left than ft cam.' over to Weffmalen in one Dav, H&i%e, M*y 16- M. La Braue, Captain in the Re* giment of Heukeioca. arrived here Sunday Evening from Ha lib with the Capitulation of that Town ro lay before their High MightineiTes. On this Oc* cafiou we learn, that after the lofs of Sand be Fort, the Town being no longer tenable, Lieutenant General L� Roque fent to Axel, T^rneufe, and into the Jihads of Zealand, all the Troops of tbe Garrifon which he did not absolutely want, keeping ooly at