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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - October 27, 1847, London, Middlesex 01 , XLVI. Nvmb 83* From CCURR ENCES- TU-ES-P^F Ocf^r chc 27th, to SATURDAY OBober rhc -ill n.;7 E \ F R A L Count Aithero a I -!:-enant C >(o' ' pffi t'S, ir..! t It is ej. true a uaht A-'vice. rhc C-i. the G ii '~s d j,i Mono ;.Ca h*ri f i'h:r Litv'' w "i! h'th made . font- o:iur i-rs. wiiii " * p ^; j  11 o hv Sea. |>i 'por.-r. an. tUthC amor* *bi bare one D- ,,nJone Hutch Ship ami two Citil.n liJivs, ' ,rpr f t"d w i' tl ^ I CS. ,o. The King has .'etached 6 B tra-;n nicer to !l iiue.l hv a like Nu.nb t of Aul-Battalion*. The Prince de Csrionon is alf=* Mi! uit'':a Body ot Troops in rne Val'ey of tn nuke a Diveilion, and favour the lien- of ton Leutrum. f/J ii. The Campaign is at U(\ .n'fh-s-xr, a- ompaned by the t r h-,tani R pimi-nts belonging to it ha.e beeun at :e:1 he s, w.; iv !i :-n-hrloie Yd-hr Ri wcL'nd-i' J of b; (uics the (vfi-i r the I) y hx. Thr Ar'.nn tlufl'asfell up^.n thr Km the Mir>h towsln-ir W in'.n �( 0i' T"-.>p> urdrr Cot'�r n'i ('ja: V\', I-1itr1 o otcrr-^dthrm. \V� know not yet how \\ inter Qjartfrs will be diipoled, but a, the if. hive a.orfiJu-iWe tne Ncig!-�our- od we are alfured, that above Men wiH in the Countries newly conquered. Iod Numb-ror Rrcruits. The i^neuilhirgand interrupted Commerce of .tic P'ovinces his npt yec ieceived the Advanr we flittei'J o::rlelve\ with, from the Con-Is ot the Foits on the S.heldr." For the bng-iih, who have a gtcat Number ttarm'd VefTtli at he Mouth ot that River, truftiate us ot the Ad-antjpes which v�e fhould otherw ile have done rem tiefe Acq-'ifitions. Rut we are affured, that Kirg wjli tau^e D Pretence of Fijendfhip, and leads People ji 0 lemptation to aft contrary to their true V "It '�/"" thc l>orc,a'c Lewis ihc Wc"-be-"Tfd? What Advantages too have not ievcial Mit-i^ers taken, whom thev were delirous ot en-g�gir.g to execute certain TreatifS, which, as may luv been oblerved, were no loonrr ratjned than v io'jt-d ? T�o Thirds of there extraordinary Expences. the Machina i >ns, and Pcillduoufnels of :re Court ot Meridillrs, ins 1'cnd^.ed ineiTtdui!, The Iir tiili Coj.t r.oac\er docs not live in S*cjrity _and IJ.'erchi and one may fur'her lay, thu th. King and h:x \:inilters do Q^t tru!t the Succcls 01 the n xt C ai.paign, neither to the Mulcovtte Succours, I'j icnp in V in expvclcd, nor to the great Aug-m-ntation that it is laid the Dutch will tr.ake by Land andSea, nor to any Thing favourable chat n:ay have been laid by the Court ot Berlin, and oth.-rs in the North, whi^h, it is to he t--ared, are to) trrongly chaintd to the Intercft of Fiance', but they ippiehend that Things will go on as tnty have hitherto done finie the Conomcnce cent ot the War, the Chevaiier Champignv, Minilter Irom Cologn, is frequently in Conference the Minilliy, who ate negotiiting ior a Body of io 0. iiooo Men of that Electorate. There is mud Tj1p s i'oi l^i fne following Ex; r li'nr s i | b� ia.'r Edict betjrementioncd look vcrv ftnrniiv t *r ^ay. ' His Msjcity renounces in Favo..r o! : - itieners who fhil) intete'.t theml-ive-s in Ijm r ' or ris Lottery, even with regatj ro Inas aii Subjects or princes and States, with �h . h lKl;fd. by a very eAy and natural Addition, u.bich Mca 01 fu-h qai.K Wits as Frcn. ft Finarrci-.-;s uluahj aie, can hai.ily mils; and th ;c is the I jfTcritig � r * ly the Pr zes to he d awn t.r the nut IjX or leven Y:ais Piy-ir-'ts may noc �.orr,� too thick and two h-avv wnie the W-.r l per Cent, wtiich is ail that is coutraded tor ia this C-le !* LONDON. The following Paragraph, in the Speech of t_h� Chancellor of Lower Auihia to the suics ot th�t Province, is worthy otNoiios ;  The rirm Reiiltance tbe Enemy have experienced in Italy and tbe Low Count. ie�, the Augmcnation of tne Fo.ces or t, and the aim oft total Ruki ot tbe Commerce ot ua Enemy are Circumitances iluc luay acme tr� Haughtjnets of their Dfcligns, n.Jtwirnj!ai,dir.3. their Ucming Succtrles, am) tmlu.e t i:,n ac ,a.t to pretcr Peace and.Traniua.ity, th� unccrtai 1 Chance ot Arms.' A Captain 01 Caroli's Regiment, witvfc his Com* pany, had Ute y the Boid.-icts to ent�r '-aijitviit tt which has been in the riai.Js ot H-iric-, 1:1 1 icnn \S a ego,-is. They had hc tiitc'i o ry vV.igi. ns: .'u: ir\ :n�cu oian^cu ty jwi-don ilie felt or their WoOi-y, ;