London Pues Occurrences, March 24, 1747

London Pues Occurrences

March 24, 1747

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Years available: 1746 - 1848

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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - March 24, 1847, London, Middlesex v XLM Numb 22. UEs Occurrences From TUESDAY March the ^rh, to SATURDAY March rhe 28rh, 1747. my lift arrived One British (-N>.ket, which brought chc following ADVICES. TOULON, March r. BELLEISLE, *he arrived Ycf-tcraiv Morning at the Gate of St. Lazire, jd unred immediately on Horicbak, and, vi-0 tied alto thr Foi t of Malgue, whKh ha> been newly erected rrrj^'d for the Defence of the Place, upon in of that whi h *a> hegun in 1707, He irds vvent to the Re oabt, which has like-een lately bui't up-ju the Hill ot St. Cathe Ind tin.u therue to the Omp of St. Anne, sis fitted to hold 1 >" "i" :o Bmalions, in or 'cover the Place, over and above the Garri Cal'e'of a Sirge. It is faid the Martha 1 will To-morrow fur Marlcille*, from thence he >iir to the General Qu � iters, which he has Brisnoiles. j, March 11. The Kin? of Poland, Elector >ny, has lately eaufed to be remitted to this a Specification of the Damages done by the n Troops upon the Territories ot that 1 ce. during the Contefts berween the Courts rfden and Berlin. The Eftimate of thefe �es rife almoft to 4>zo,ooo Florins, The Pis has caufed Count Efterhafi, her Minifter at >urt of $xony, to declare, that fhe is ready Ike a realonable Compenfation upon that as foon as (he fhall be convinced that the .images were really occafion'd hv her Troops, Ratine would fend a CommifTury for that ^fe to Drefaen, toaffift in examining the Af-iThis Commiffary is actually fet out for en. |ae, March 17. The Regency of this City, profeflcs the fincere Reiptft and Devotion ji" Imperial Majefties, his been much a'fre&ed . Refcript from the Emperor, complaining >c admitting the Troops of the Eraprefs- to take Winter Quarters here, and not ig die proper RefpJa to Prince Charles of Jb. This Refcript, at the fame Time, demand* Jfa&Joh. prbpoi tioned to the Difcontent of pmperial Majefties. But, at the Goodnefs and rofity, which form the Character of this Au-H6nafch and hisConfort, are Co well known, *e JnHdpes that the Representations which "been lately made to them will produce the de-Effei-,Kin^Jom with as ftrong Convul- � /19 a* within, is it is threatened ttoh wiihout " toe Mo^ Chriftian King defires nothing fomuch rt as the Return of Peace, we can (barce believe �* they are intended for any Thing elfe but to keep � us in Safpence, 'tiB it is ieen what Turn cer ain " great and deep laid schemes will take, and then " peace will go 00 or otf at once. The Affair in " relation to the rccaBing Ift. Vao Hoeyj is alto-" gather as Angular as; aay pung that ever hip-" pen'd to that extraordinary Gentleman. His " SuccefTor, M. K�lkoet|. bad- beeo recaD'd from " Confbntinople, m order to fupply bit Place >' at Paris, Cent to Drefden, and recalled from " thence, ahd afterwards left to axnufe himfelf at '* Amibrdaa as he thought proper. It was from " that he tranfmitted a Memorial to the States { 6nce, notwlthftanding the repeated *� Adajoaltions he has received, he made ufe there-'< in of fach Language, as fufficifntly befpoke hjs " perfect Acquaintance with the Cabinet of Ver-" laities. The Province of Holland, in which he * has always bad Friends, interpofes ftrongly in /i This the Spanifh Minifter declared he believed would occanon a Breach between the two Courts, and that fie could by no means confent to it without frefh Inftructions; he has accordingly lent an Exprefs away to his Court, with an account of what has paffed i at the reta n of which the Minifters will again fet out for Breda, in order to goon with the Conferences which thev did not care to do 'till they fee whether the Spanifh Minifter wtU be recalled. 01 allowed to be at Breda on the above Footing. In fhort, 'tis plaiu the French Minifter isdetermin'd to treat with no other than the Ens-lifli, the Djtch Minifters being admitted only as Mediators. The fame Letters fays, that 'tis firmly believed there, by the extraordinary Diligence that is ufed on all fides in the Netherlands, that the two Armies win certainly take the Field the firft Week- in April and that the AOies are determin'd iinmediitfly to give the French Battle. SCOTLAND. EUnburth, March Ii, We hear from Aberdeen, that in tne Night of the 28th ofFrbruaty.a Pawy of Fire-arox'd Men, fuppofed to te Rebels, came to the Houie ml Mr. Robert Melvil, Minifter of Dores, broke open his Cabinet, and carri.d of"all his va luable Effects j they afterwards robb'd Mr. Harper, Sch�olmaA�r, 0/ joL Sterling. Thisj Afternoon three Fiench Officers and fix private Men were brought over from Perth, ef� corted by a Party ofthe Scots Royal, and were carried upfromLcirh to the Canongare; the Officers are lodged in the HouIe of Mr. Wood, the Vintnee..ana the. private Men are committed to the Canpngate Jail. We hear the Officers were taken it*-the Narth aboard the Hazard Sloop, and are loon to be ferut to Berwick, to be exchanged on the Cartel, along with the other French Pri-foners there. Pry* tie London Print/ and Man ufcrfai$t LONDON, March i9. We learn Leghorn, that fome of the principal Genoete Families, that had retir'd thither, have receiv'd AdYice, that fome of their wareft Relations were feib*d and imprifonM, the People of Genoa being determine to oblige all .the Families that quit the Dominions of rhe RepubJicJr, to pay a certain Sum of Money, and to take any Methods they IhaB think fit to obtain it. They were like* wife informed, that the Factions in the Republick ran higher riwnever. According to tome Advices fro at Genoa directly, the Military Force of the Republkic daily jncreafes, and feveral NoblenJea of the illuftrious Houfc of Grimaldi, Balbi, and Durazxo, has actually tntrr'4 into Service, and accepted Coromiffions; that they are preparing for the reception of four CorJkan Bit tall ions of it Companies eich, and that tbey hid raifed feveral Independant Corps of Delerters, to whom thfy give double Pay; buj is U*l their ;