London Pues Occurrences, June 23, 1747

London Pues Occurrences

June 23, 1747

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Issue date: Friday, June 23, 1747

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Years available: 1746 - 1848

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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - June 23, 1847, London, Middlesex y P UE* CCUR RENCES* From TV ESD AT $um the 23^ to SATURDAY fmt the 27th, 1747. x(gn M anivtdTwt Britijh fitfeji* which bfofftla MtMit* $uoe J. 'HEN we rcceiifr the ft-ft Sfea-s, a Week ago, of rhe Detfr*ucVihR of Lima, tie, fobl*, k Ju>pcnd�i,of>e wjs ?.i rived IJarjftina.djr^iy fr/o^ Vera U/iifc with LVtcrr's  rtflto tbu ietTi^}e Di^ge/, fat make the Da- : or kttopu'nt to ^t'mxi'ii^i of Miftfons; � l^rtohf oPmanf MercHartfs and other Pti* , fis iotereftfd in thf Atrierjcarj Trade 1$ r�i*aetf M Vr)| jA tiro* was the Ibpofybry of* the ittw s$elei 4puf j,ro, about j#ooJ our own, and $*e>e^&Pri Loners j amona tj>e Lccer w?a$Sig-*ior Wifljuft ? Ncbleman> wp6 had {hare, in �Rtfo/t, wbobtf never taken up Arms ii tiCpiiqiiy could be fave,d apjr other way._ The o ,uJdl� cspjs^gj M tr^geocWt c 0uk?, ^cajy bid aot ;ct a ForctijgK? before they cou'd be in a condition to. aenrt* oar mre^^Jgo&^.tHr �b� in tfirt ittacM:.�w^t?flfb' �� tfer- d� Of ^JUgiVK B i^HH&Uie Ouardwavw f^jey^is.B4t Jfjcr* rep^lftd ,[ vfiA Lfljfc, Tba -fejW.g^f; two Q^�eUtf Prif wtr�; harked, on t}�e ^tturt;, H'fto *re�J o�te^$d. ip iwkirS S�gnili ^pe�ny, ao4 ft>��JrX.^> lops were arrflfed on su.fp.ictoo pflteini con.cerned | ^ith tbeau , �f�� � : , Cjn *he 1$. t>i tfcisJ&crmb. or� of awfSrSa&W; htA Acjriod luck i� �ai. our re&jUr Troops were;aJ4Da*�rid�r JtaPSi.bot Hj^^a kl^Jhlorottian, i|tev�oeAfriemt>ri* I iof. Wolutely Tw oo� �Nre h�*-r4 pcnciDOfkingWOTtfe tikiogj^iee-aL exceptKifr ^9Pfif5K>?s cerien-io^ tjse h*i dtft�r "�t�b�la^il�lAl^�Qe*Jer��>9llt . - *v j  w���Wuiof?d raiifceAtude, t* the*imBbfcr. \W, %��Milion4.i be&)�� wen FiS�c�.. Tfe^tf^^-P^tiiMwrc. ^ wbkbnot.oniit tb� Sei|na�jr,4w� n�oft MJVfO, A�itftio*w h�d ceceiveji tf� npw^ wd tb>c tt^ph Admiral Med-* \i*o%* th�*i k .tepo^tWftior bia W 8�|tk onkis sh*p.aui9il �rljb4o(AilriM�^JwAe* Vym. tft;adjtaooi t�|^h>^^0�bMtt> �0 JttMCw IW Mi Qoovosy  tfkt rriJBb� feujwuiw Jto*i, Sfl (i� vKi4�*no.iiKy ��*. iode^dsafc-y*5k?d.w \ y&y*cqBM*t*\+J*Ap oi Httfers,- of ^^^^^%l^43�*r�btaw�. Afttjwt to m^rc the proper Sign* Is |o theCoar oat-nding Oifters ar our *dvancetJ Pofh. .' ' Turin, fane Ic. Bis Majeily has refOTnanr^*f*; it ftrongJr tt> rhe'Engrih General Wenc-woreh.' *hofet ot�t'laterf fox the /kulhian Camp before Genoa, to prev*3'upoh ?etiera4 Cefunt Schuieai-bfrp, U*i� h*d attuaHy. received M Powers from Vienna not to lole Ttrne, bat co eirecure Smmcdr .ately the AeJbltationi tfiat �re^�.oeeeflMv ro put rhtf Af,td%oi the two Growr� into �_Conda;i�rr it) give NUrihal Bcilei&:B�cete.,befewe he isreiotor*.-cd; fince, if he (hould be obliged tO ttp& the Var. ic Would bsve tSc hightit Conkquences in t^vaur of the CcHnnjart Caule, and nioder- the Eueflay from being �hi?. to ccunpats thejr uefi^a aC penetratiog into Lombardf, and thereby re-vivioB the W� in kaijr. Gtotmbtrrj* $nm t?. The Army a^mbling by the trench in. Daupoiny is * whkh. is within al 8^dTjt"of Troops was immediately ienc akei thcis, t4�c>, & "Uy 00* be in �y l�ower to * - 14, x -jTbe- -Hoafc intbere k-i^ipce VV*Wetli ir)�^�J at Naicjj.w�^(lftCda^{t4Qr^i?i&UdCT^ rjx tfaeqyoar.d, upon which fcis Highnets remov'd his.Quarters t^is f J^bot. bap�*e'd vety- t�rMm�My that Ae F%, b*flfc� 9ntiic, ? in tbe-Uomiog, whc� evtfy Bpdy was ftirring, by wfa^M�tas>liis HigbnCis^ ^H^t^^nd ia g�ocr�tl enet� ftod.wtrlme-ju&receiv'd ArfyiR^ dm tbc Cauat- c'Strees, �ho is srr>v d v^^ihisTroopAat Toagrrs, his pofted; nbxnced Guards upon the Left ot cbej/atv whirv aL*ag�ca oX,{^ftricfa& The AxAy has teeav'd �.dm to be rgadf. cOvraorcbk- aad it's thought thac it will dftfw�n t&j$, Daju to order td cd�oce tourards Mae|irjcftt7upon Advice that the French are alt- ; ir* tne^lime JEcih4- 6cnecri- ftatbiwiKhas feat Orders to fevetal Bodies that ^ete ia die ISeigh� boi^hQQ4o� dK (M^ufe to Mftrds i� fail ��.p*&hie towards Maeftrichc OflP.XfiOop tie **fy impAti-: ^ etfct todngafe hsctoj(� and idltre- nothkvg So much as to give them Battle m th�*peo Bkld. .Aftiimfr. $tm xu The: Comx ate Wkimoot havmg a lew I>tys ago >oia,d4i�e jQsmu d'tmcet, thfcd united Booiesji tmc�naios^x&joaoo Men, marcifi by Tos^rds to Niaedtk**, in Order to be6egc that Piactt +to&>i*.^Wi4>M8ktt&f ih+ vcfleL iVs coofinr^i, tba? ^b&Altied, Army de� caAfiTittae iiiafivDiF �c J of?ioci m the jdoreiog, l'any ot, Au�i|�n Mvittafi advMiveg^HBMi a miat-ter of ale^gi^ oj ih* Ck�, an4,catric4od U tfdrles; within Sight of the Camp or the beas b'Aixa&y. which, is- wjlbia MusUt-ibotj, ano tb^,f and the Dcferters Ciy took the Rout ro Wifeyc't. We ice n^ntr or tbf�s of tots Kingdom, tot |> otdet to lteure the Re> turn of the Fi in the Low-Courierics. ' t'ixti, fum ijf A*;o*rdiag to our Advices ffOr� tuiy.th-.Cidle of V jU*fraH>c*.fuiierid�red the z8thr k>ll. The iniant Poo fjulp aiF.ived 7th. ac thtf ^xrcy wiih, the nrd Diviikon or SpiD>lk Tioop^ whkh were all: to haw: pi if?d the Vdr by the nth. Inif, Wi added, that then the Army will conliit of lad dattslipovaviid loo^aJrons. It'SdiToxciL that a Reinforcement of i�.oopMbik from CdtaUwua ace, actually crofting Langu-edoc with great lpee tcocv whence imporc, ifnc the Ene^ nj, leejid-ifi.mkidtouctend VCiuiiBielM,.ind thac Maiioal iicllciite wasgping to-givc Oickrs to it-tack ic^ cifpect loroe Accovsy ot this Expedi-ticrj t^fry f�lo�uenu Sa i'iri R*tt Men ol War arc acting out at Hceik, to �upply the PUce of Uiofs wiiich were lately wken by tne Adcuirais Anion and Watted. - .' : . ExtrjB tj t jrituu* Lain ft�m tbe Ertn&b fonj's Mini Ibc King having, received AdWce the 2jd iV 5ligbt from Couot Clerroons rhat he waajoinerf by all the Troops he- expected, that aA. the heavy^ Artillery .and i^ortars weje arrived at Naaiar, and> that every thing elfe {d�jffry had ordered was ready, a Cosintil o**War,cjbnfiitingoiaJJ the Ge-' neral OfhVtfts, wa$; immediately lumnioned, where ia it waijiXjlwed, to laj to MatUrkht'; *ccoti� ingly Orders weTC difpatched that Night for thfc-G To tcwrrosv. ,j ;* jTV. l. This Klotnent a.a Exprefcis come irrftow. Couiit CierrpQ�t wuh Aflvitft, that find io� the wno.lc AUied Army Waraurebiog towards Biahr with a Dciign, ashr Mti*tr*> jm*c arf, HisKoyai ri)ghx>e^-t�c D*J� having: been-firi^r cjnvinu:^ ttut tt�r DpiiiBfe ot ibe Ffeitch were to Uftiege Ma and oy ro*at tb* Baggng*-Waggorrs wvr� aJTfeajlj t^^rnyvc. The whsoieiAt*y wa�thp between,Toogcta and Biikn, and �c� retreat in the gicaieit-Har*)! tuSi.TiOn. We;haKltfejt Iu^acac feortft ��k^yvar Ho^aiU, imJer the Com- no,tj( ^tjv'ttt'-F-Wblr for tn� fteoch to carry thei? UC^Agos 4110- fctfctttjorb wi hone glting: us-Battle-i icr we havtgpt tbe^tastof i^rm, a^d they mult figV their u� eo-SI��ltrirlic Lxi'r^ at * ^�4i4 Len�rfnw tiw hT�f�r, djti^i fane >s tit Sk . ' This twrrrfog; i� fixprels arrived at rbe; Strife. t" * 5M3 ft4M>^f*. fheie-Letters utrhtr iay. ' that they had .ilio aken 14 or it Redoubts in ;

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