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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - May 19, 1847, London, Middlesex jl. XLVI. Numb. C C U R'RENCES From TVESDAT May tie ipth, to SATURDAY May the 23d, 1747. |ince my lift arriv'd O N E'BrijiJh" Packer, whkh brought the Holland Mails due, viz. ' ; CtjaA, April i .' N Advice of tte Motion* of the ADrtrians within tbefc few Days, apd t they e*tended from Po-nent to rhe S*a, weftat Yefterday agtinft them a Body of between two and thee thoui'lnd peasants and Mifitw, fufrained by fame rj^u.'ar Troops.- This Corps advanced di-ftly to Seftri de Pooentc, and *mdi*d there �P rope&l Detachment wb^b was obliged to retire nd regain their former Poft" upon CretoHii!---notber Detachmenr, commanded by the Patriot tikari, attacked rtfhefam* Time a Bo;ly-*�f the emyon the Side of Tors zza, which they likewife epulfed, and made many Prifoners. Turin, Miy ? Advices from the Army of Count cbuiemberg, Vine, that that GeneTil has taken "oil atScatpe, a very fmafl Diftao.ce from St. P> rrc d'Arena, and that the City was aclu
t be at the Battle. From ita LOUDON OAZITTI, fitiue, May 18. BYaB Accounts from i"arkthey are mochftruk at the News of the Revolution in this Cotrn-t y : The French Ki,ng's LJeparrure for tfie Aith,' Wis. ftiU put off, and began to be very dub'Ocrs.- M. de BoufSers failed from M*ruij.es w^t1. lever: I Tranfports, was HUiked by f^me�ngljlh Ships cf War, foaae of the Tranfporcsaod l>iix oi hp l� qutpage were taken, and the Ship he was in i'jp pokd to be got into Monaco, cr one of the Ports of the State of Genoa. The Breft and RochcUe Fleets are not failed. M. de No*itfes is arriv'd at Bruffels; and ic is laid that the Abbe de la Viue is along with him. The lift Alices they hid at Paris from Geno 1 were of the y' flerswas arrivedlafe'there,'though' with 'he"more flujbfng, Mjti]. G?nera! HiKke arrived thi< afternoon with the Battalion of the Guards, and immediately waited upon the Prince. Orders are given to raife Batteries in So^th Bevehnd. To'-morrow, or next Day, Admirat Mircjbel win ge further irp the River, with Admiral Welfchat of Zealand, and Vice Admiral Schryyer of Hoil*nd, w^o is;aftarrived. Nothiog.certain is com* from our Army, and no Newsfrara the Enemy's Qua5- Ftiilbi*&�MJj-i4. Major General Huske, with the TrinJ'por�i anchored ia: this Harbour Yefleidiy in rhe Akeunoon i and the Prince of Orange be* ing arrived here, Major General Kuske immediately waited on his Hi^hneftt, who received hisa very gracioufty. The Dutch Admiral, Schryver, with Commodore Mftchrf. is togo To-mocrow to cake a Tiew of the oppollte Coaft,. jr} order co ftariorl 'feveral Ships. The Bafttalidns of the Royal's, Brag�*5, and the Highland -Regiment, concinu* canroon'd in South Beveland, Under the CommanJ of Brigadier General Douglas. SUPPLEMENT to the London Gaz?tte of this Day rfae 1�th of M^y, 1747. vtiaitja.hy diDR to Accounts froc Turin ,ot, the J8th> by the tame Way, the Auffriams fed rhidt themfelvss Matters of ;the Height called,th�Two Brothets, by.which ike Siege; would,be ycry much Jhortedsd. there was ndArmyyciiflemhliag in PYOvence. EyeryTmag *4$ ready on the jth for the Attack of Sort St. Margurite, whifhVas to be attempted With fbfcr QaUies* two" 6a8iOts, t#o Bomb�^cflels. two armed Barks, forty Eeftfccas, fifty Tratrjiortsi two FiTe-Ships and'two Hundred Boats. This hurhar-ous Armament was got together in the1 Port of C'innes; and fivrBrftflh Men or War were within Sight of the Coaft waiting for them. , f?�/fci�t,' Mi] a I, N. 5 llpont the i^th Inft. his Highncts the Prince oi Or mge arrived it Camp-veer. The lame D*y he went t6 M-lddieboutg, and Yefterday took the ufaalO*ths and his Seat in" the ' Aflembly oFthtf States, and is Bowhohrly iffjiag Qcdcrt.. The Joy ot the People of all Rjnfe is^iti- , _ ______ _ , _________________, e^jreulble.. relterday Commodore toirdieH to ota^Hignayi for a coidarrfc to the other shfps, Weft, Hon. -- Bofcawen, C-�pt. Harriftm, Gjpt Norrjs, Cjp:. Brett, Capt.-.Waltfon, Capt. GrenvitiV, Capt S*q nerez, Cipt. Fmcber, Capt. Bjnway, Capt. Denis, Capt. BarradeU .Hon. C^pt. Wm. Montagu> 50 Capt. John Montagu, 4a C*pt. Gwynn, 10 Otpt. Pattigrew, Being off Cape fihifferre, wWch bore S. E dif-'tant 14 Leagues, fell in wjrn a French Fleet conr lifting of thirty*eigbr Ships, sine of whkh ftort-en'dStit and were drawirjg into a Line of Bmle a-head i anJ th� reft of the 'Fket, which appearej to be undtJ? their Convoy; Wretched to the VVeifv ward With all the Sail theycoHSl fet. Mr Anion fo^m'd his Fleet into a Line, i>at obferviof^by the Morions ofxhe Enemy, chat Iheir Aim was to gain Time, and tfndeayouF to eftaye under Favour of the Mi|htV he made the Signal for the whole Fleet tothace and erig�gethc Enemy, wktat any ftegatd-t*' the tine of Battle. T^e Centurion, Capt. Denais?, having "got up with the Sternmtxf. FfencfTSStifJ abtfirt four o'CScxk in the Afternoon* began to engage lies, lupba which rw� oi trfeEne-my^s 'ftTgelf Ships- bore down to her ABiftance. T^e'Namur,'Defiance, and Windfor, being the arxrliea&jjoft Sh^s, )oon entered into the Action, and having difa&ed thole French Ships, in fuch a tnaoner*'that'the Britilh-Ships a ftfrn muft fodn corntf up with tbem> they i�ade fcil a-head, to preterit the Van ot the Eftemy froW^efcaping-, as tftd alio fevtrat 6fher Ships' of the Fleet. I ^Th^ YattihJnth'and Devorrfliire" ha-ving -got up afti engaged' we^nemy, and' the Prinze Georg? fteitigltTear Ifii^'invtodble. and going to Fire irtta hef.'atf ]tbeSltfp5 in, the finem^ l^ear ftruck their (Shltrars^etwcen V and 7 rfCIOck, as did all tbofc -wtdirh tocre in' thetine; btrfore Night. Vfce Admiral Anion bjought to at r� faving detaeb'd � after t$e.�on^oydtiring the Actiorti *ith Orders ton'ii his T loading raj -tant �xp:c : from rar'i, ,. out o 11;.,. Bart of ttt= country of Waas, andis wt.i Artillery for an impqr- ' uy L::c:rs come in Today ' - French Kiag would let j ''A* my, hU tquip^ge, with 1 iti out � . . I introduced to his Higfrnel's, and was receded with-exfaocdipary Diftinaion. It is notItriowrj bow' tqdghisHfgbncfs wJH remain herei Bya^accounts ^the Fjrench are cotxtinuios; with DiHgente ttieir Pteji^atuinsfof.wcloyaffanof tbfrfooyince, bat our Prep rations' for a Defence keep peace with theirs arc icjUows, vfi.- '. ,. . - ipips of Wtt belonging ro the French King. 5�|ps. Le Sericux, Lilnvincable, Le Dfeinant, tc jifon, Le Ftfhis, JLc6ioirr, C Ai�BWaJ�s. M- de 4 jonqurire, - Chief d;�fcadre. M.de S:.G-orie,- 'Bo:>.ar41 M*C*rty, Guns.' m
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