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   London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - May 23, 1847, London, Middlesex                                cr?v r0l. XLVL Nl-mb   39- ues Occurrences. From SATURDAY May the 23d, to TUESZMr  .1% the 2  but as the Proximity of the Armies tendcrM in*c Place improper to continue rbem in with rhe re-quifire Tiano,uility � their fa id Majefties defirrd a Plae" more tree might be fix'd on; in order to w'fljch they propofed.for the ulterior Conferences, the Towns of Aw la Chapelle, Cologne, DufT-I-dorp, Treves, or Worms, the Choice of which they left to the Allied lowers, In orrfcr to tftaW ;tn a General Congref's for Pe The Troops of the CircJe of the upp�" Rhrne wiU next Month encamp on the sHe 6f *be Rhine-. The 3*000 Hefians intend ed for the Service of the Srares General, will foon begin their Mircfe, ail the Officers belonging to that Carps bavin* reteiv*d Ordert co join the fame lmmer?ia-tely. Dtitz. A&y ^o. ttfderi art attived from the Prince of Orange to the different Principalities wh'iah his Serene Highnefs potfefles b Germany, by which he enjoins them to form a Corps ot tome thou fend Troops to join took of tbe States G�-�ral.      � Head QupUn *f Grtvtnmfei, Ukf x>; We have no Svrbject for News, either in our Army or tj�t Of the Enemy, fince neither one or the othet bav* ct sade any Motioo. fTt know on.* that the tt is impoifiWe to Speak with any Cernunty of Enemies hav�: thrown many Bri ges upon the   what ps^cs befd� Genoa: tome letten fay that lyfe^1     ^rn(onc    j      cr^j o1       5i�e ^ *�8�n'i ^ tha� ��� Auftrians hav e ^ttahons and bw Squadrons, and that xhef   bat two pie es of Cannon mounted^ thole from 1? j   ^* man^f*? iL^1 4na Batterie*'      aepiMiredly, that thef are preparing to attack c 2 rJ^Jh 1** *a Th.ld     'M���s*' i^ttf-   die. be&sers in all (heir Pclb at ohceT and thole il�L ifiST,"*1* CoZ2u hV? *idZ i*>� * ^c^dtUcion ft v�ry tor advan- -d- Letters trom R Itn lav th-t a bett-.r undf ing cannot be wr/fcM for between rh4 a-r .d tb.ir or Vim !-. th.^n ubliits t pi dent-, r.rt-ters horr-R .tf bo-, uy, th(tiTrj'ty i> upon rhe Carpet bct.vren the Courts of Bei lin, Drefden, Mjnich, and D'HHldorpj not altogether conlf imc with that good underlUndlng. Accoriin^ r the lift Accounts fom the Arny of che APies; 'heir K'^'- Win? -*nc t, the l-rench Km� is expefted on :.i<; or a4thfn(hnt ar tar-ihe r.   1 ne Siege ol Maeirrichr is ti i�n '.i'.t'a of. The Fien:h proceed h ith great Di.igcnk.e }n inrir Piepii-itions fi.-r ina >\ the � "^rxation, and a p ociigi-oifc,*4uantity of Ammunition *nd Military Scores area"ctual;y embark'd ; but as there is already tioc� regular Troops mSouth Bevchnd, under crt- Go.n,-mand of Lieutenm: General Ssnllaerc, it ts bclk-Ved a Stop will lpe;dily be put to tne Frogrsls of their Conqueih on th-r. fid". They write tro.ti Hu!!i or-th? zi^ ot Miy M.S. that the French Co.nmandant h.td p ;ed CcTtnel* :t the Church Door, and had ries in EWMr.dia, and the importonc Fortrefs of Cape Breton. Capnin Denis had the good Fortune, as he wa�t coming with the Exprels, to fall in with a French Prlvareer of lo Guns and 100 Men, vailed the Uo<'-phin, of Bayonne, and brought her into Pom-mouth. On Sunday there was a numerous and IplendiJ Appearance �f the-Nobilicy-, foreign Mmiicrs, &C. to pay t&eir ComplkWnrs to hisMajciiy atKan-fingKin Palace-, on the joyful News received trom Admiral Anion- YelterJay Vice Admiral Anfon arrived 't his Apartments 'm the Admiralty Office. Whitehall, from Portfmouth, where he lett the Fleet to the Command of Admiral Warren. A irtte Ctfy oj t Litter frt-n * S**.msn in tbe Khtghritnt ARifn '' Prince Frederick, tt yphbtsd. May 17. 1747. We &ilJd from Piymontn the ?th ot April Uit, in Company With the Admirals Anion and War-retTi and ci-aiKd offaefi^Ifle, then farther up the Bay, rrorhing material happening "till the 3d Inftant, in rhrLat. of 44 if. North of Cape Orrugal� ES.E. J3 Leagues DitUnce, when the N^mur made the Signal tor feeing ai^leet, Admiral Anion then gave-the Signal tor rlw whole Squadron ro chafe, and acNoon the Enemy's Ficet bt ought co, formed a LHie of battle a-head, and hotflcd French Colours, confitting of 17 Sail, and retaining m vbat Situation *tiO we were whnin Half a League ot thtm, tbrn Admiral Acton 
                            

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