London Pues Occurrences, March 15, 1747

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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - March 15, 1847, London, Middlesex Numb. 23, CCURRENCES. from TV ESD AY March the 15 th, to SATUR DAY March rhc 19 th 747" rived one British Packet which brought 5 Holland Mails. Petenburgh, Feb. zi. Rfpoir prevails here, as if her imperial M.:e'> misyu po.fibly lend an additional Co.,s or Auxiliary Troopsro the aTi:'h-.n.e oi ihc l.u.prels Qneen o ' Hungary and her A.iie , ar.d that by lea : bit the wilefr of o r " icians here are inc ined to think, tJK Met of Men of War and Gailies, which are yr.jcv in ti-.c Si-ring, and the didgence tiled in r.jrof v.hic'., isluppofcd rohave given birth to *or-:-.crfiorJ Opinion, has i;everthcl Is a very "T 'i. :ir.arion lr fhort, in their Opinion, this j,i�hd i:.tcr..i�.d lor the iervice of the Alies, but ificne Au\;,iari'es which are to enter into their li"to awc 1 he >wedes, and prevent their ventur-g'toW't. rh:.: le.ret Treaty which has been long ior auenxr.ting the Naval force of France, by �m.n:t I'jrpiv of A or i z fhips. The Prince of 11 ha- not had a fit of the Palfy as was reported, oi theRheurnatiim, or rather of the Cramp, and '. ,no-.v no longer doubt made of his recovering, irelunirg his Command. Jjfeaiiu, Feb. :c. The King has charged his Miniiler �tietutu.e Conferences of Peace, to declare, that hit fcily would be willing to grant the Englifh Nation Eoin Advanraces in n lation to its .'- avigation and mm to rh? V'e.a-!ndies, if the Bs itifh Court would termine to re'lore the Illand ot Minorca, gore, Feb. ; 4. It is reported, that a new projecl afoot :r tJ.vo'ir of the Pretender's eldeft Son, but a he w! J not let out f om Paris, where he now is, !the ranh ot Mas becaulc the fcheme cannot be tin I. vc-cv-tion beiorc K alter. I.-groin, Feb. The Mafrer of a flip from Mar- tlies -q:v, that four ire ch Men of War are Jailed r T&ioc, but whither thev are bound is not yet it.^ rh -r Orders are come toMarfijlles to fit .*e.ve G. hies to be ready to lail iome time next KtL 1Pt:.cp, Feb. ;a. Letters from Medina advife, that i.ieau- or Rhoies going to vifit the 'Hands of the diif i0fO, 2 : Chri'lian flaves who roweii hisGal-r.:ir,vii, leized upon, and carried it to Malta with r''f'uv, is very poftivcly a!T rted^ here, .�- :ew'ir in Sa di.-h is become a \iry lericv.is :h:r :h; KckK to the Number of ^-.O' Men, w. ;rd \crv aiiv.:ntng.^-'fly, and that thev hme Fjrc-.-_ .. uout p on-, the Crown of Spjin j kit lb:re b :i.u% th. t t'.i i cr. cn out to balance a piece '. thr coi.s with gjr ter er ..ii :v, � h:ch is, = a e a -.a.;, b'ocked -.> the Citv of v:--> likris to reduce the ber p..rt of 1 e he ab e to fend an\ luccours t'-.i-The i hike de Richlicu is rctun.-akine a frorr E-.curfion, in order to w :ute fior.r'ars and of the '''o.ksthat cr.a t c -.rc'ing, by his Order-. It _rh>^oPU.rtunirv of fending an Officer, *!4 '-'nc ;f military comr-Jimcnr, to the duchefc of a-L 1 f'ri; g 'h-,t o-r of e relpe:t to the \'eu-0^ her I ..opinions, he had lent him to tike pol-'�-o: the C:r. ?; J Ca*V, merely to prevent the i-ians. The Ik:! c Ofhcer was aiioderind to acquaint "fit.stthe marriage latelv concl-ded between her Werand the '�ephew of Ca-diral Albani,.wa5 not JiKohis n-o'l Cfiri'Jkn Maje'rv's good iiking, who fraav re3ions tlefired it fhould be broke of. We � 3nJ 8 ftone was taken oat Erft �kwh,ch we'Shtd 3 Ounces and a half. Kef! ri,' 1 Wc have received an acco : it by ft�T 3 ,Q Horfe' of the Van Gazrd of the ofii ^^'�?tered the ,6th Inft- ^e little Town '; re? o^-1 LlLhuanja ' and that they are followed by ^Colikt /T?'.t0 ^WMIt of^.oooMen, n-Jj.**. ^d Calmuxks. -wEi;!) 'J3' We have received advice, that ^TharlVj>f??an Auxiliaries i,aclually cnter- ^ rfpff jof ^am�g]t5a ^hich belongs to the *'A all iwnkunjM.trom whence thev are to march W u dlh?ence thr0u�h Lithuania and Po-. Moray* Thefc Troops are divided in-  {. . � to re" to fcvenl Columns, the better toacconmodac them on their march. Tr;ey oblerve every where an e *act Dil-cipline, and pay ready Money for whac is delivered them. Vienna. March y. The Sieur de Wejngarten, Secre tary to the Count de Bernes, her Impe.ial Maieity s Mi-mller at the Court of Berlin, arrived here Poll; and it is k-iieved he had brojgh: with hi;n a Convention tor letiiingall the Dirferences between the two Courts, pa.ucuia;!y with regard to the Guaranty of ViLeha, which will have a very extraordin ry effect on the affairs of Europe. Her Imperial Ma e/ry ofailtheRuf-lias, has been plealed, as a mark of her high efreem and aflfectjon for the Arch-')uke, Peter Leopold, to confer upon him the Command of a Regiment. Berne, Feb. 17. Lett.rs from "0^ advife, that 9 men were returned .hither, who had enter'd amonglt the Genoele T.oops, in order to deliver themfelve-. from the hard Optivity which they ue.ekeptin. They r port arong other things, that theGenoefe, weary �f the French Government, had formed a Deilgn to deliver themlclves by a tragedy relernbiing that which they a Majeily s Armies, -ion to the Marelchal ci the fare Name, had the Mi.:ort--n-e to k* overturned in his Chaife, returning from \ .-. fules, by whiji accident he \vas lb bruited, that he died the r.ext Morning, to the great Regret of rhe whole Court, m the 4;tn '1 ear of his Age. The Count de St. Severrn has taken his leave, and it i* believed will let out To-mo'vow lo" Air l.i Chapelie. We are generally inclined here to think he will have the Honour of concluding a Peace. Frona the London-Gazette. Hague, March 5. THE Chevalier de Vial, Captain - fa tree Company in the Republick's Service, t"ue*ri.'.-.d anJ took, a tew Days ago, a French Detachment ot :!ie-iP, tna . po 1 hotn the Gla^ii ot lk-rge.vop-z^> , a Man, though the 1 or :he -.t' and ee.-ui -d o.t or Ci'.i'.z". :ee.lls, - - .o--'. of , 1. .e:!I-s lift States took th.'r; L-av  of thir Hii-h Fiiday, anuaae now ;,p� n :.he road \o- A x la C'apelle. Hague, Mich ir. Thi~ l:a\ the Co :nci: of itars prelenred a Petition ro tl'.e States General ir t'.e Sum or one Million i.ven hundan ThouU-d Fiorie.i ror the j lublLlance o: '.h* Rulfian T.oop--. . The Sr.iCs of i fol-' land 1 chimed their A'.le.r.bly Yellerdav, icco-di^e to their adjournment. Her Roval HighaeU the Princefs of Orange, and the young P. ince, conrmee in perfe-'l H.alth. Count Chavannes left this place Yeilsrday, in grder to repair to Aix la Chappelle. Whitehall, March ji. The following Extracl of a Letter from the Prince of Wolfeckuttle to hi. Roy.1 Kighrsefs the ry.ike of Cumkrland, iotloiing a Reia-ion of the Attack of the grand French Convoy near Bergen-op-Zoom, the Kth Inflant, N". S. by the Allied Troops, was received Ye:tcrdav from his Roval Flighnels the Duke of Cumberland. Extracl of the Prince of WoTenbuttle's Letter to his Royal Highnels the Duke of Cumberland, dated at Breda, the 17th of March, 1743, N. S. SIR, ITake the L3berty to enclofe your Roval Kighnefs herein the Relation of General Haddich's having attacked the 15th In!ant, the Enemy's Convov between Hogefheyden and Bergen-op-zoom, of which his Excellency the Marihal wild have given your Highnels already a ihort Account. Your Royal Hjghnefs will excufe mv not having given you immediately an Account otthis Event, but as I had not till now the detail of the particular, T choie to deter it till I could acquaint your Roval Highnefi w ith all the circumltances ot it. I cannot luffieiently commend the good difpofitions, the prudence, bravery, and activity of General Haddjch, to whom alone, and to the Courage and readinefs of the Troo ~%, the litccefs of this Entefprize is owing. All the Troors of each Nation behaved extremely well, according to the General's Account; and Major Lorenri, of the Regir-z-nt of Soubiron, who received thrje Wounds in the Action, particularly di-ling^ilhed hi.nlelf. The Troops emploved in this Expedition went thro' very great fatigues, which, however, they furmounted with great alacrity, and not the leal appearance of murmur. M. Groothulen. Captain in the Eleclonl Troops of his Britanr.ick Majeilv, is mortally wounded, and is Priloner in Bergen-op-zoom. I impatiently svait for Osiers what is to be done with the Priloners, who an� all h^re, as I very much to be loon rid of them[_^The Enenvdefired leave to krry their Dead this morning, which Has granted them. The reft of the Convov, with all the Efcort, which came from Antwerp, entered Ber?en-op-zoom ac Night, from whence they returned the next Day. The Prince of BninfwickJs Relarion of the attack of the Great French Convoy near Beigen-op-Zoom, by the Troops of the Allies, the 15th of March N.S. 1747. HAving received certain *dvice, that the erett convov, which the enemy had been Preparing at Antwerp for fix weeks pail, was to let out from thence forBergcn-op-Zoom between the, �4th aed jjA laflact. ;

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