London Pues Occurrences, May 23, 1747

London Pues Occurrences

May 23, 1747

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Issue date: Tuesday, May 23, 1747

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Publication name: London Pues Occurrences

Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1746 - 1848

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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 Cumberland, by his pre lent j Situation within a League of Antwerp, and his , Advanced Po!h to the Bridge of Wallem, has cut off atl Communication with he City by Land. Thirty Boats, with Artille y ar,d all 5> joir. Count Scbukmbourg, who has like receive,1 I'art '-f tbe heavy Artillery. The tjent^if finding tnemielves more and more dit tref^dy hive fent. tr Hid,, to deiire Leave tooflir 'the.Terms on which they are willing to fubmit; w i h we apprehend is only to delay Time, and gi her f 'fh Strenph. Getiertl Voghteren has re du ed all the Wtftern, Riviera, the Peafants of wh'ch, 'cis faid. have 7'oined the Left of the Grand Arrryr befor-. Genoa. Msntuk,' Mij ix. General Andriafi has taken ' Polt at the Chamcufi before Genoa i and Genera 1 FLancbini has advanced Potts at CorniglianO; and as foon as Piedooontefc Rein tor cement is a I tocntup, th'y will foon be Mavers of Pierre �PA rem. which viil gretthjr facilitate the Operations again!* tjv Cm, where D'lerters report they are in gr*5T W'ant of Proviftoo*. Frtnc^erf. ***y *a> 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 rh4a-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 orde;'J a Ci'Tip to be traced behiidtieL). wScre the Fren h Army is to t(T mble, and > t, the l-rench Km� is expefted on :.i>\ 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 ',e tu put to S-a ag-"in.-All bfh ved g Hantiy. Wcare informed, chac che brave Cipt. Gten-ville's Leg was (hot off in the late Action, \*mci was the Oi-cation of his Dcarh From iht LONDON G A Z 1 T T I. Higut, Mty if. THE Letters from Paris of rhe ixd, bring no certainty of the Day of the French King's letting out for the Army. The laft Advices irom Provence were of the 14th; every thing war prepared, and all Veflels aflembled at Cannes for the attack of the Illinds, but 1 hey were kept in jwi by fomc Engljln Men of War. The French and Aul-tr E^WTdia, as convoy to the Tr-id?, and lome Srorefh ps eoing there. The other Men of VVjr and the remainder of the Fleet were all bound to Camda witti Soldiers and Starts, in order to put the Inhabitants ina^-ondnon o make anarrexpc upon C*pc-Brecon. Sj by this (glorious fxpe^j-tion Mr. Anfon and M'. Warren have actually let afide thefe two Attempts of the Fren:h: and rnav be faid, in a great Mei lure, to be the Pteiervation of our Fact >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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