London Pues Occurrences, June 6, 1747

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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - June 6, 1847, London, Middlesex ol. XL VI. PuE's Occurrences Numb. 43^ From SATURDAY June the 6th, to TUESDAY June the 9th, (747. e mj kil arrived tne Brhilb Packet wbith trough two Holland Mails, fettrsieurg, Mty 13. .HEEmprefs removM this Day from her Winter to her Summer Palace. Orders have been iffaed for fevenl Regiments to hold rhemfelves jn Readinefs to march, and it is faid they are to embark on the Gaflies actually fitting f, but their ulterior Diftination h fBH a Secret. Edict is juft publiffa'd againft all Games of ince. Count Finckenftein, the Prufllan Minifler r.ipotentiary. has not yet been admitted to an i;nt.e of the Emprefs, which is faid to be owing in Indjfpofition that confines his Excellency to Chamber, . . Hamburgh, May Jo. Letters from Stockholm, ot e �3>) Inft. advife, that Dr. BfacdwiHl has at la ft nfeffed the rreafonabje Practices laid to his harge, and that theCommiflafies jppointed to t the flnifhing Hand to the Defenfive Alliance r*een Sweden and PrufTia, have already had feve-J Conferences with the Prufllan Minifler; Madrid, May. t?. The King has refolved ronvke egreateft Efforts ro augment his Army in Italy, ce the Mifcarriage of the late Overtures made to e King Of Sardinia for an Accommodation with M�/efty. There are aftually 30 Battjlions in talonii, deftined to reinforce that Army, befides Succours that are tp be fent to Geno�; Part thele Troops have already begun to file off" cords the Pyrenees, from whence they will continue ir March by Land through Languedoc, &CC and reft will be embarked at Barcelona.. Genoa, May i0. A great Number ofVeffels Have ichrn thefefew Days arrived here", with Recruits d al) Sorts of Provifion from Corfica, having :wi('e on board a large Body of SpaniQi Troops hich put in there lately for fafety. A Convoy f 60 Tartanes iy General Baroni's Huffan, has been raken by the French. As to the rettj we are quite cafy here with regard to the ioemy'sDefigas, and fo we give free Saope to our Joy at the Prefence of the StadcRoider in Zealaqd* ktfe, May 3�. The Body of Aaftrian Troops, c j r1?? ofab�ut i��oM�*, tbat layatHalen, and had like to have been cutotf by the Count de St. Germain, Major-General has retired toHaflel; fince whjcb, M^de sc.Germain ftas contioued his March towards Wefterloo, and pick'd up about 110 Huff�t$ on the Route. The Corps under his t^emmaad confifts of near S0o� Men. DrefJert, May 15. Sir Hanbury WiBiims- M'mil/ I ter from the King of Great Britain, has made di-' vert Overtures to Count Bruhl, on the General Affairs of Europe, tending to engage the King to concur theMeafures purfued by th; Powers in Alliance with the Court of Vienna; and ic appears-by the manner in which theCountexplain'd him, felfon that Head, that his M^'efty perftfts in the Refolution to obferve the moft ftrjft Neutrality with regard to fuch Affairs as neither the Empire in general, nor the Dignity of irs Head, ae any ways concern'd in. MarjeiUes.XMiy 17- The Doge of Genoa's Wife, and feveral other Ladies of Diftinftion of that City are come to take fhelter here, and thair beft Effects. The Marquis Pallivtvini isalfo arrived from thence in his way to Madrid, in order to lollicit the fpeedy departure of the Succours deftin'd for that Republick. Within tnde few Diys we hear the Englifh havepick'd upzi of our Merchantmen. Paris, Mnj 29. We have Advice from the Ports of the Kingdom, that moft of the Dutch VeiTds that were there have departed fuccelfively, and the reft are preparing to follow them as f.ft portible, purfuant to the Orders lent by the Owners to the Mafters. MtrfeiUes, Mtj 27. A Felucca is arrived here, which left Genoa the 11ft in the Evening, and brings Difp tches, which have been fent ro the Court, importing that the Duke de Boufflers having formed tbeDefign of diflodging the Enemy from theConvent of N.S. de la Mifericorde, which they hid taken the Day betoie, and made a SaHy with fuch Succefs, that the Auft ians have been forced to abandon that Poft. and retire v�ith Precipitation again over the Polfevera; the greateft Pare however having been kiOed, drowned or taken, Oar Troops have taken two Pieces of Cannon which they brought thither. Paris, Jsoie i. We have a Report that lomeof our Troops have retaken thelfland ofSt. Honorat' and that the Garrifon have roarch'd out with the Honours ofWar:but the Command nt ot St. Marguerite, upon receiving a Summons, anfwercd he UiouU defend it fefolutelyf The Court has News of Bloody Work at Genoa1 j they give out that Duke de BouiSers has made 8 foccefstul Sally, and deftroyed great Numbers of the Enemy; but wehave other Accounts which infinuate quite different Things. Antwerp, jfuik i; Letters from Oftend advife/ that the Englifh Men of War have taken a great number of Filhing Boats helonging to Blaricken-bourg, deftroyed their Nets and totally ruin'd their Fifliery. Amvotrf, $iue i. The Prepara-ions that were making at Sas van Ghent for an Erp- Jition aga rnft Zealand are fufpended. The Marquis ce Concades has reinforced the Garrifon of that I'Uce, and lik�-wife thofe of Sluys; Yfendyck, Philippine, Axel, and Hulft; and the reft of the Troops, which were cantoned in the Country of Waes, he has oMer'J to march to the Grand Afmy- We hear that the King, who reached Bruffels the jift of May in the Evening, will go to his Army To-morrow; and that the Troops will begin to pjffs the Dyle tfre Jth or 6th of this Month. From tbt tttii Q*mtt% of the Princi if Wt\kt\ ax Hf Itn $wnti i. 1fefterd8y Morning the Prince 6f Waldeck went to Weftwezel, to confer with the Prince of Saxe Hildburghaufen, about the Neceficy of altering the Pofition of the Corps uridet the Command of the latter, in order to bring it nearer the Grand Army, that ic might join the Troops of the Right Wing in cafe of a general Adion: accordingly the Prince of Hildburghaufen has ftretch'd his Left in a Lint of Communication wjttitffe lefltr Nethf y dole by thePoft that terminates theUight of the firft .Unci Wemade a very fo�D*ys fince a general Forage ai far a5 Kierbergjao, upoa the Banks of the Dy le. The Duke of C�mberknd ra ngtd a long the l_fide of that River for the Space of * Leigtte, in order to reconnoitre the Diipofitionsof the French,, efpeciafly; wiith ref peel to Uy ing their Bridges. AH1 their lofantry was encamped Yefterday, is well as part of their Cavalry, the remainder of which is now encamping. However great their Superiority in Numbers may be* we may boldly waktoc them in our prefent fitusftiony between the two Nethes and ibeDybj, which is fifcb that the Enemy can-* not attack us but under very great Disadvantages. I'art of our ljght-*artn'd Troops continue to make Incurnorts as far as TirlerRonc wbeteby they do greatly hurt the Comtn an Ration between j^anaur and other places of the Netherlands. Htfiiet $*ne Our Army i� Funders remains in the I'^me Pofition as at laft Poll. The E�ri of Sandwich lets out on Saturday for Load cm. Exut.il of i trhste Letter from tb; Rj�u;, ir.ti yunt ?, N- A Confirmst U* it trrrjtl '.f t11? hf*ch hning lx\\ Pirt of the rrtofl Mfi^nti 'or t^ut Ar-.i -� h^i il'ttly joined tbt mi'in Arm,. In ir.U.-ec to the K\":f'. f'n: to defire the Prince of 0-J�^e'i fnmeJut; Re:u-rt intb-.r, 'in fitJ be his -wrote fr'orl, Ph-' the W- ;i lt J1ti of" Zirkz.ee having, at bii D firt, conpfc.nl-i fo fi' ^ tt difpUce their freftnl MugiArjt-u indto rfejhblilh wbicb were in b�'ort the Revoluii'n, he could not 1 paying tbtm t Fifitx but tbdt be (btulJ, however, loore c� time in wjitinf, apo* their Hi�b Mightinefps, A Fu-cUrtiition bxt be arrived here from Pirt', and Lord iindwicb ts gone jar En^un-L We kave recer* ved an Account of tbe Oeatb of tbe King of Denmar^s only Son; tf likfmile of the Ktmwil 9] the Treat* of Peace between ibe Ottaman Port ind the Enrnefs of Extract of A priuate Litter frcm the Vvka tf Cumber" land j Head yuan en at Bouvc-'L. d&ttdjune 7, N. S, Tte Army has yet made no Motion, notvritbltanding tr? have been for \omi Days pajt in ctmtinvai Exttfljttws of receiuwg- Ordirt ti march; in the mem Time upwirJs of 7000 Aujirtsn and Dutch txrees mv* joi�->J the Arm* pace we bive lain in tbis Camp, tmep^ whuh xoa\ central Feuerjtsiit with a Tram 01 qo pieces of ^u,i,iir> Artillery, and upwirdi of too? Kecruttl, mbtba-jt already b"eri incorporated intt different Kr^imenc. hiving Tejieriiy Morning performed their Ex-.rcue extreme!* rtdl before bis KoyAi Highnejs and the other -icred thai the French are eTeSmg l*mt H-'ur^s It tontWatem, mi tbat 1 bey have t*venl ongadeS pofieI there to protect th-tr Worltyntn', tad tbon&b they bid a lull View of us, t'oei did not Cbufe to jlir, but i>t the Comnry jeemed to be vtry much tiartried, as tf our wL-cie A-my tnj.! coming to attach them, and fo tbty bav* be ficm Met-hiin aU aior g the Dyle, with an adv�tKc�l i'o.i �t i-"ont u-Waictn, wiuiiti 3 Mile* Durtci, wncre G.iwri' ty Ir. xny

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