London Pues Occurrences, May 16, 1747

London Pues Occurrences

May 16, 1747

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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - May 16, 1847, London, Middlesex L )L. XLVI, NlJMB� 37. From SATURDAY May the idth, to TV ESD AT May the 19th. 1747. [Sunday arrived One Britifh Packet, whkh brought the following Advices. StskMm, April 15. R. Blackwell the Englifh Phytuian hath bee n twi e (hut up quite n*ked in a Subterraneous Dungeon ror 16 or i2 Hours at �. Time, and bath been three Times pat to the QueJ-tion, but cont nues to deny every ig-rlledg'd 'gain:! him, tho* there a-ccjirong fv ions by *hich it appears, he h th l:een**ot.-led n l;>me Intrifcu�> very ' to the Jlti urion and Safety o: the Srace. 1 his Affiir fsa pre it Jeal or'Trouble to the Judges. Tho* Troops derkned to augment thole that have it Winter-Quarters in tne Great Dutchy of Jand.are q-.iitc ready to �iTcml>le and form 1 jfiderableCainp,\is laid, theirM tons wil d.*> jd on tbofe tha: th- Rulfian Troops will make the Side or Wilbur^ in the Interim, Baron >rf, the Ru'lnn Ambaffidor, U:h renew "d he e ftrongeft AlTunn^es, th it his Ceurt will never ^e the Swedes the leall Caufe ot Complaint. Extrxci ofi Letter from Amjleriim, dutid Mtf line 3d of this Month will for *vcr by pi iced in Kalends of the Republick, as one of thcle h* p-Divs, in which lome Event has happened tint omliz?1' the Remembnnce of them, Ireing if on this Day that the States of the Province of Hand, at the e�t net Rtqueft, and ablolute De-nd of the Burghers pc*i':nrs, Sailors, People general, the NwblclTe, French L'lOtclUnts, Je>*s, 1 indeed or itl the Setts who were good Patriots, cred the Prince of Orange Scuicboldet. 1'he y that was cxprefHd on Occasion of this great ent, was either as fincere as it was general, or e Frypocrites were exceed jngly well masked, no |bdy being capable of dilcovering on? by his exte-or,all wetring lomething or other of O.ange Cc-ur and readily and to Apptarancc chearfully niwering to the demand of Qui vive} Orange, npe. In fhort, the rejoicings continued till o Clock in tne Morning,'and the Spinifh Am-lafiador furpjfled all the other Foreign Mini:tersin he illumination!, of the form of the riouie: Nay J v^n the Sroerary to the French AmnaflY diftin-uifh'd himlelf on thh Occafion : but this lait evt-y Body mult be fenfibie politically acted thus, to cure himlclt ho.n popular Jury, and the Hotel of ranee from bring pulled about bis tars. The Pcrfon who wtnr Lxprels to Lewarden wi.h the Refolution that tne Province ot Holi ind had taken to declare his Serene Highnels Stadtholder, hid 3500 Florins and a Gold Snuff Ho* divert him, luch a prelent as is nDt mentioned to have been give by any Deputy powerful Lord of St^te, or JJurgomadrr, in all the Annals ot the Republick. There is nothing heard in all the Cities, Towns � nd Villages but t�m Live tbt Stidib'Jitr, and every one fhews in incredible Zeal. The Republick, People fay, is going to recover its ancient Lulhe, and the Force whici> it had in the Time or W i:liam III. of Glorious Memory. Money will now iffue from the Coffers of the Milers. who kept it lequei-rereJ there near forty Years. The Graces, the Pica lures and the Sports, whnh avarice had jrc-/cribed and banifhed from the Cjpital and other Cities of the Batavians, will return from the four Quarters of the World to adorn the Court of the new Stadtholder, wi.l March in his Train, and execute the orders ol thi- Augu!t and generous irince : And now the Hague will become the delight of the Foreigner, and the Refidencc ot the Joyous, wherns it has tor rrany Years had the Appearance of the Valley of the Shadow of DEATH. The time Approaches when we (hall fee many Alterations, and [he continuance of a Bloody War. An Extnft of t Letter from Amfieriim, dxtei Mij 11. I found all here in valt Profeflbn of Joy. by Realon of the expectation of the Prince of Orange, who wit^ the Prmcefs Uy here laft Night,and let out this Marning at Six for the H;gue, in order to p�y their iments to their fiat Friends at tbe I'rovin-e of Zeal in 1, a mighty Rjvolttion, amad, thit treiting or Peaue with the Croons oi Grent Britain anu Hungary was ehtirely out o; the ^ue:'.ion, and chat the Court of Venues oniy lent M. du T.iiel to B.eda at the Sollicitation of the States General, to diiguiie their future Vicv*s, and to deceive the Courts oT Vicnrn and London ; That the l'ole Dcfign of lending the French Mm iiler to Breda, was to prns the States Gtneral to sign the Neutrality, to t-hc End that their Provinces might be refpend from thence to BiUgno. They are to be com-minded by Lieutenant General la Roque, i Ma* ;or Generals, and three Brigadiers, who are all 01-dered to repiir immeJiatelj tb.Savoaa, where the Troops are to aiTcaible, and from thence to join Count Scbiilembe g-, and the two Admirals aie pre-ptring every thing to Tranfpatrt ttc Artiflery to BifagODr Wnitel-tlt, Mi) Ii. The King has be.-n p:eafe.d to appoint S r.onmn D^rohe, his Majrify s Refi d>nt to their High MightinelTes the S;ates General of the United Provincfs Adm'v JtrCfjke, Mti li. His Mme other Rfgiuaents are talked of to be embarked alio. Frvm the London Prints if Afanuftripts L O N D O N. May li. Letters from Edinburgh, mention that the beginning ot lalt Week n Waggon laden with Camp Equip , 97 i Bums of C^ii^kJiWej. TJie whole Cargo K computed to be worth OdC Hundred and Frfty-TbWiand Po�rU 5terlir>6� ;