London Pues Occurrences, April 21, 1747

London Pues Occurrences

April 21, 1747

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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - April 21, 1847, London, Middlesex Iol XLVI. ue Numb 3O- Occurrences. rora TVESDAT Afrit the aift, .to SATU RD AT April the 25th, 1747. r ice my laft arrived One Briti(h Packet, �b>b brought One Holland Mail. Lhton, March 19. HE K ing found Mtuieli worfe than ever � (tw Days ago, upon which the a' �cit Phyficians in this City were lenc for rothe Palace to hold * Conlulrauon. w Mr. Keene, the Kritiih Mimtfer,.ie y foane Diipatches fro.a .London tail Week, ,n which I'e � fnt.along with rheCduDtdeRo� berg* to the Secretary of State for Borcfcn Af. s, and had a long Conference with him. Though Subject 01 that Conference is riot divulged, it rrihells appears that our Court makes iomc culty ro engage inany ftefhOvertures cowards eate between Sptin and EnglaoJ, lo long as are ignorant how the Negotiations go on ac cda. Peteribmg, April 1. General Knees Repnin isfet r for Ripa, in order to take the Command of T�ot>s deftin'd to go to ttie-Afliftance of the urt of Vienna and its Allies.  The Officers of all Regiments in Couriand, Livonia, and Finland, ordered ro be ready to match towards die 15th ant, withouc fail. � > �Stoclfbcim, April 4. Pubiick' Affairs have been fuf-nded tor * lew Days on Account of the Hotj-ys; bat the Secret Committee certainly relumes ir shrinks To-morrow. The Comisifcon ap-.inred to infpeft the Papers of Mr. Blickwall, e PhyCUn, continue their Enquiry, but a pro-od Silence is kept in every thing relating to .j Affair, as well as on the Contents of divers tters coma from abroad, which have been incepted lince the taking or Mr. Elackwal) into uffody. We labour incefTantly in the Preparations for ,tting Finland in a relpeftabie Conditioni but i the Court ui�ans on'y re keep on the Derenfive nd has no Dcfign to give Umbrage to any Pote-:-ge whatfoevrt, fome People �H1 flatter th:m-Ives that we lhiD not come to�Ruptm� with uflia, Stvti^otm, Ap'it 13. We hive begun to fend roops to Aho, and 'tis siTtired that an Army of 30,000 Men will be form'd in Finland. What will follow w? know not, but al! the Officers who are e on Account of the Dyet have Orders to repair their Ports, ' Visnns, April 12. A Courier from Central Bernes, our Minifterat tbe Court of Berlin, arriv'd here i a few Days ago, with fome Difparches which 00 cafion'd the hoidinc a Conference ac the palace; The Reiult 6f that Conference is kepr very lecret; but it has been obferv'd, that as foon as the Council broke np a Courier was dilpatchV to the Err.* prefs's Minffter at Warfaw, and another'to her EmbafTador at Petersbourg.  Drtfden, April 16 There are fa id to be AdvJ.cs from Vienna, that the la ft Difparches to General Bernes regard a very important Affair, which is upon the Carpet between this Cojrr and that of Berlin in favour of the Prince Royal and Electoral. Some willHiave the Tendency of it ro be, to fecurc him to cbc'Succeflion of the Throne of Pol nd. Berlin, April 18. The King has refolved to review towards the End of next Month, all the Regiments m Garnfon here and in the Neighbourhood ; after Which his Majefry win fet out for Magdebourg andStetin, aad tow?rds the end of Augufthe will MaicfV _______________________ �� has been reported in Forego parts. The Troops will remain quiet in their Quarters, however, they are always :to be kept in readinefs to March when* ever the King (hall think proper, his Majefty re-folying that the Military Eflablifbment fhall be kept in the fame order ki'Turi* of Peace as in War. MiMi, Upril j. The laft Utters from Barcelona advilej tbat great Preparatwns are nuking tberc for an Embarkation for Genoa, and alio Tor the , flepartureof thofe which are to go hy Land tojoin the Army in Languedoc LalrSaturday two Millions of Paiflies werefent from hence, half of which Is to be'embirk'd at Barcelona, which makes it Hieved that it is defignM lor Genoa. a��u,'Wpa/7. The Imperial Army is in full March towards Genoa by various Roads, which with gteatSkiD and indefatigable Pains Count Schu� lemberg bascaufed to be open'd through the Mountains. The Column that Marches to the Left, and *>irh which"1 moves the beft par$ of the Train, has alrrdy emerM'tfte Valley of Scrl via, andYefterday tbe Van arrived *ar Mavazzo, which i� little move this three Miles from Genoa, The other Column win defile through the Bochetta. tnd either this Day or To-aiorroW wjl! fake PoJI in the Valley of Holcevera,Genoa will be then^conipleat)y inverted both by Sea,and Lnnd, and tbe Inhabitants cannot baye any othe� Communication thap,by the help of Unsfl right1 Barks that: can creep between thp SfVgltflj fleet and thtCOaft. 'Aicoraing to th� beft accounts, and the lateft we have from thence, things have chang'd their appeara�c� in the Re publick more than can well be imaginM. The No-biliy begin to recover their Power, and refume i their Authority, in doing which they have made ufe of the molt refined Policy j they began with drawing over to their party all the People of Sub-ftance in tht City, and then under Pretence or railing new Regiments at their own expence, they have sot together a tery conftierable Body of For* ccs which (hey can depend upon, and have alio drawn moft of the regular Troops into their Views. They might therefore if they went about it, give Law to the People> but inftcad of differjngwith them they feem encirely in their DifpolitJons> to that ic is thought th� Affembly of the Peopie will foon be diffolved, and the old Government cntire� ly reftored. As loon as this is done, �e Dull tcr� tainly fee what tbe Real Intentions of the Nobi Iky are-, but that their Interefts are direclly oppo-fue to tboie of the Peopje is in a manner evident. Tbe latter, let what will happen, can only change their Matters, but the former can dr�w no Advantage even from Victory Icklfi fince it is very certain, they would have lefs Apprebenfion from the Auftrians, if their Expedition Ihottld be attended: with Succed, than from the People, if the Audri-ans should be repulstf, We have already an In-Itance of their Dilpofition, from the fhort Antwer they have given M- Mauriac, who Commands tbe French Succours, and who deruandtd tbelantborn and fome other Pofts for his Auxiliaries > but was told, That Experience had fufScienrly caught theqa . how dangerous it was to put Foj%igA reported^ tiucall.ihoie of chat Nation wiii he con&icated. Antwrp, April 14. Saturday Morning Marihal Saxe, accompanied by levexal General Otfiwers, ar� riv'd here; Ycttcrd.ay Morning he pi^M the Scheld, and went to, lee theCamp formed �c Doel, from whence he return'd in the Evening, hut did not enter the City again, having failM up the River in a Barge. The Trenches were open J iajl Night before Fort Liefkcpfboek. At the .Recjueil.ot General Couflt Lpwendahl an addicioqil Train, and a Reinkxrcemcnc of ! j.ooo Men hivq beep fept hitn > the Army of the f Allies iscettiinly in Ma>yon, �ndt, it is laid, will direct their Marcn towards tbisCiry, which has cc* cafion'd a great Confternation hem. Several Eng-liihMen of War are ai'riVd at Fluftiii|, which, it i�apprehended, win rttard out Ptogrels on that Side. We have thisMomenc an Account that our Forces have made tbemfclves Makers of'Fbrt St. lohn, and that Sis Van Ghen t cannot hold out >oog: Marfhal Saxe has fix'd his Head Quarters at MechKn.and has given Orders fpr encampin| his Army behind tbe Nethe. , Extrtft ef a fwut Letttr {rem tht HtilQturtni tt " - Alpbtn, April 14, * His Royal Highnelstaarch'd with that part of * Troops are in Motion for the Grand Camp,  which is to be form'd at Hoogftraifn. and the 'Auftrians will join them To�morrow 5 the whole ' Army of the Allies win be formM on the 16th, ' and will confilf of"� 10,000 Men i VV� make r�o ! doab; of beginning oar M*rca onUne'tjih co- ' wards Antwerp; ail oar Field Tr'in is acluai'v ' in the Camp, confiffir.^ of of Car- ' non, exclufive of Hauhitier^i cjr Batterirj ' Cannon are expected >n a fewHour^ by Water, * ionfiiling o( faurtccre i-- Pounden. There never ' were Troops in a better Cond'tion, or moie Zim ' firous of comine; toAffrion: fothatthcre is not � the leaf! Re.^fon to queltion that tomething de, ' cifive w ill happen here before the Ciofe of cfee � Month.* H4g*t, April 13. When M. Chiquer, charged here with the AfTiirs of France, went the 17th Inrtant to the prefideet of the Alfenablv of the Sates Genera^ he deiiver'd to him a Memor'nl and a Declaration from the King bis Matter, concerning the prefent State of Ai?ti�si theS*bthn;e of which two Pieces is as foDows : In the Memorial it is fa id, ' That the Kin? is fa much the more concern'd ar the Necedirv be Rnds himfelf^Bder of conrinuing the War, becar'r the Repu.bli.k'5 Territory is expos'd to h-come the Theatre thereof, though his Majeftv has nothing more fincerely at Heart than ro inipi^e rhfir High Mighrineffes, whilft it is yet Time, with Resolutions worthy of th�-ir Forefight ani vWi,rdom of their Government ; Thar tVy may, if they pleafc, prevent the f)3n�ers �which tbrei'en their Srate; and thit f't'is'ftil? iri kh&fr Power, by taking uleful Precautions for YMe'Safetv and the Repow of their People, to pive the Wav to a General I^eace : That k is not thei- PofTeiTions, but the Confiderice 'of their High Mightiness, that the King Is fedulous of acquiring; and that his M*� jelty will eagerly improve every Opportunity1 to make;them experience the moff re:land fhicer* Effcfts of his Effeem and Affeftiori.' ' Irr tbe De'liration they fjrft frt forth, ' The? King's paciikk Intentions and the Uprr|htnefs 6f h1� Difpofitions, which ever tended, and ftiti f Mtghtinefles will correfpond with DiTpofitions if) favourable.' In line, his Mojl Chriftian Majerty declares, * Thai h- will took upor� the places and Countrj-^ which he Cbail be obliged to occupy for his owtj Safety, onlv as a Dep'ofitum, whi^h he engage* to reftore the Moment the United Provinces fhi!l give noa-CquivOvil Proofs that they no longer fur* nilh Succours to the Enemies of his Crown; hi* Majefly's Ain being only to tmllrate the m�'?vo* lent Intentions of the Ucter, and conquer the ln� flexibility with which they have hitherto received all rc4'oruble Qytrtures fjr relforjng PciCe to tu� rope, &c,* TheScates�General have d,fpatch'i\pi'rt to them theabofe Decoration, �nd trie Operacion* lii>e execyed b> ^ French iu conh(|ucnc� theifO'. M. A.tjmotv ;

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