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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - May 2, 1847, London, Middlesex L XLVI Numb 3*. ue's Occurrences. From SATURDAY May the 2d, to TVESDAT May the $th, 1747. r*y funday arrived ONE Bririfh Pacqix-t which brought one Holland Mafl. viz* CWO Morrar Pieces are fun to PioRgl* to throw Bombs into the Camp of the Au/rrians, in ordrr to oblige thrm to -abandon rhe Mountain ot Dja-tnanr. YeJterday we beg but as they are not rcturn'd we fc. yet know whet has pafs'd. .April n. Upon she nft Part Lord George >y arrived �t th" I�ce, ^nd was received with Marks of D'ftin&ion by the Pretender, who ed him in his own Palaae that Nighc, and : Orders* that the Apartment which belonged to Murray* commonly cafl'd Lord Dunbar, who is ly gone to Avignon, (hould be fitted up for , Up >n thr i $J the Pretender incioduced his lihip to Cardinal Valcnci, wirh � Requeft, rhar li^jhc be prcfented to the Pope. Upon the the Cardinals Valenti and Riviera, had a long iference with his LonJihips 'an.4, it h grnerafly jght, thai be will Axcceed Mr. Murray in hj$ as weii is in his Lodgmgs. tu, Apil 11. According to Advices from ,v. of the 5t*. there i$ not muchHamony a-p>ng the Chiefs of the Foreign Succours, and the tople begin to accufe them as the oceafion of the ' Situation they areisn atpreiem. * � ' �,a, Jpr't'. it. Count Browr>, �4io was going take the Command of the Expedition of Genoa,, -en at the requeft of Count Schulembirrg, pertwp* kl change, his refolution, fince he hat learnt, that icreare^not only arrived at tha funeral's Depu-�s from Genoa to endeavour at an Accomraoda* sn.But alio that M- deSxhtjienrfenrg-.has began v in to get on Horleback. MtUniAftlx^ We" hav* Advice, that the Re* iblicfc of Genoa has fcnt Deputies to Count lulemboarg to propotc n ArmiiHce, in order brihgabout tn Accommodation. We are under epe*t*(Hfrnp*tience to know the Sacceis of thia egotiation: fince, if ir has not the defired E�-kcr7 the Sieee of thar City will be immed*�ieiy ndertakeo in form-^T* computed, by theNom-��r of HabitatioDs-delerted by � the Pealifics, that upwa/ds of 46,000 art retired into Genoa, where the roof Part are obliged-to-fay in the Streets and fcublick Place?. Antwerp, Muy I- The French have taken fort Kykuir, nearHulU, after a -vigorous Drfence on the Part of the G A R R LS� N. which conn filled of no more than" to "Dutch Soldiers, who twice repulfed the French. The RlGtbtERT cf.Cbariilon loft two CAPTAINS before this Onail Place, and that of Berry a Captain and thief Lieutenants. The Regirhenti'' of Auvargne an* Roya] Grenadiers had eaclf6 Men kiB'd in the 1ft Attack, befides the Wounded. Hjgu$f M*y 4. VVe have Advice, that tile Array of the AUies is arrjved in We Neighbourhood ot Antwerp, apd that Geneial THppsVHuffors have tajjen Poft before one of the Gates of tftacCity. T� thought the French win content tbemfeives. with tfejerjdprng the, Caflfle. �� - ower never Vt, ivefted jo �qI^,n.--^-Suth are the ftprpuj ReWddOrfs we are takfng tij aft powex^ tyWW mfa Md Uni' 5n;C�nJoriaion with ^Coafti^CdnJI% afid dttf otter* Allies. n��r 'T&ut2iJii ]: Alr7Ext�ref* is iWrJved here from PeteFsbuVgV.aWd-wir continue'its RouW to Lon-don. It brinas rtHjprtimD?�plttliAraft*we art Breitla
the States General therefore entreat the moft Chrif-tian King that he would be pleated to give thctn Saws fact ion for what has pafled upon this Subject, and in the mean time give Orders that nothing or the like Nature bould happen for the future. Bur that their High Mightineflcs Territories fhould berefpc&ed in the lame Manner, a� they faithfully proraife �rtd intend to fhew Regard to the Dominions of the moft Cbriftiao King. To v.hich tbe King anlwered him, I am not unacquainted with ^bat has pitted upon the Terriiories of the Re Pui'ikk near Bergen-op Zoom, oor wb�t occafion-cd the March ot ray Troops towards that Quirter, but do not perceive that ibis of Coniequence requires any Satisfaction, efpecially at a. Time when the Scares General are making extraordinary prepa farjoni, and ufing great Efforts, not in order to r "Crtablilh Peace, but to tupport and eacourage Enemies to continae the War, and if pofliblc, even tppeacjtrvc into t�>e very Heart i>f my King :. 11 aoL&rcg Ltiw t the Re pu biick tifs take n iach, a, Step, as does not.antwcr ^he FfienduSip wh�h I bear it* and .to the C^or lidetations whKh � have conftantly had Jor it during rhe whole Courfe, of Wa|j .I'fhail, now however take the Advantage .thatmy Anns have given me, andihaU p�ri�e mf.Enemica wherever they may fly to, with-pucvDutuic�io� or Favout. A*�ti*trt&4 * lt"tr km tbt Hague, dared May >. ,Wftreoriv�d>~rhe 17th Advice from T�nreer of th* Prirwe of Osange being chofea^t^tho^der of Zetland; and we then perceived, h# ths publkk Deaaqoilrarions of Joy> how agrce>hl� ibis Newc vts rathe People here j ,the Pleafu�ienfibly augmented thj i&th,on learning th^t thtjpjther Towns of that. Provence bad followed the Example of T*rjreer*�he People thereupon di.tiaguifted tbem-fclves by we fing Cockades of Orange-coloured Ribbons, and thefe outward Signs were attended with the moft ardent .Vows for the full Accom-PliCh.Tientof thi' hippy beginning. Such were the Sentiments that feetned to. animate every Body hire upril the j.9th.at Noon, when four Deputies arrived here from RoWnctam^ who reported, that I toe fame Morniqg* to fatisty the InSances ot the . wiKRberi and Lihalwtaots, they bad declared the , Prtnce of Oran^* S�drhoJdcr> Adnira), and Cap. ( tain General 0/ the Ptov nceof HolJ that the j Eh�c%oa bad heeo accosnpatiiad, with th; greateii I>etnouOTarions� of >oy, the Standard of Orange Rorte'dam, and prepared the pub'i.V to receive thi New^ before che Arrival of the Deputies; the People thereupon running together m Troops, alTerabied in ihe Opening before the Pa! >e, aoi h'.'ed rhe Avenues leading thereto. T^e Rurtfour of the �icl d Patriors, and which fhould be to their Sati>!iction. But as thefe Things did not latisfy the People, iaamedijtcly the Sundud of the Prince of O.ange was fet up before rhe Towa-houte, and inn.ediately �tttr appcatcJ inocber oat of the U indow of ihcCourti wherei:pvn rhe Tu-muit immediacy y cealcd. anJ a la their Anger and Fury changed into Mirth and Picafu,::y. �ud one continued tra.il orr d/rfufed throug,h the whole Town. All ibc Evening, the Nigtu, and the next Day, ii o.je umvcifaL Rojoicing. The fame Day fie 1 ':t Refolution of cbultaa the Prince ot Orang* idchoider was taken acSchiedan and Delft, and Velierday at Leyden. The Rejoicing - ':'U continue h;:e, and wjy L:. il poffibk, much br i jv, when the Stitcs of che Province *rciopujl.lh their Refolutions. Pice* on the Pi-en-* GoifVw*s preaftturt, ita o-We ju 1 no*' bear th^ Freoclf ACiny has mtde a th^Cnarer^tvthe greit Church. aa4 Several other M-nion towards Anew; p. � � ''Pace*. Cm wa.,i.ci oa. wis O^afta^ >t fiam Gwnjch furreniered M �nd�V l'l to th? frsn % tnc C4.n>nari tant and Gatfifca -^f i�o.;.ku bejnt ^iePiJM|et> of War.
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