London Pues Occurrences, July 4, 1747

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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - July 4, 1847, London, Middlesex �T77&- - Vol. XLVi. P Numb- 51. TIE* CCURRENCES: From SATURDAY July the 4th, to TV ESDAT July the 7th. 1747. f 0J Uji xrnved one BJtiJh Pjtqutt wfab brojtgii i wt I,on rfaa LONDON GAZITT 1. 4dmirMt)*0fli-e> fune 3c IS Mijf fly's 5hip the Kent and Hampton-Court of 70 Guns Eagle and Lyon of 60, Cheffer of to. Henns, and rf* Piuro and DoTph n _ F r ihirK, cruizing ar Sea under the ,,.103^ ofCapttin Fox. on rhe loth Inft, at 4 theMorning in the Lttimde 0*47 d, 18 m. N� ,fp;0 tupil bearing S? but upon obierving that the Enemy march'd [own in two large Columns from Tongref?, with 1 Defign as it was thought, to g*y > fc>on *fter �*��" JonrrLlgohier fent Lieutetun't CWotfel Forges to cjiami -his Royal Highnefs; that he imagined the a�ay w'sJuItg�mg to attack us, or to endear our to outfl,nk us, and cut us off Iroro M.eftricbt: JrSLT[!f* his Ro'r*1 Highnefvwetit immediately ;,w7- a' and 6eCved th� Mtrflal 10 put ihe ^btinftantiy under Amu. . Hour *fter tbrt fci$ *oy�* Highdeft �3�" V?L*ere' arJ M Ws Di.pofttioni in .P,f^h"B*ttcrie$J Enemy append tomAI ia !�^ Comets Ogilvy, Herrington, Ballamain. Brown, Wounded. Lieut. Wauchope, Douglas j Cornet Huntj Quarter Matter Carliflej Miffing. Ric*Y* Cornet and Adjutant Simpton, Miulrig. Rw^e't Lieut. Gordon, Cornet Hay, Kill'd. Lieut. Arroftrongi Quartcr-Mafter Seaman, nVounded. Cope'u Cornet Balmere, Miffing. Hii Sfffi/ Higbnefi tbt Dul^'u Lieut. Col. Lord Ro-bertSutton, Woundedi CaptainsOtway, Hall; Kirk ; Lieut. Kirk; Cornet Kenton� Quarter Matters Evans, Simpfoo, Miffing. Third Raiment. Enfign Brown, Kill'd, Bufi. Capt. Hacker i Enfign French, Kill'd. Cap� tains Crosby, Stoyte; Capt. Lieut, jocclyn; Mr. Mills, a Voluntier, Wounded. WUjtu Licuti Colonel Martin i Major Lafacefille j Capt- Cathetwood; Lieut. Conwanyj Enligns Wiltooi Webbi Hamilton, Wounded. Capt. Migot, Kill'd. . FuittmyU. Lieut. Haddock Killed. Capt. Stafford j Enfigns-ISayldr, John Hollyday, Woonded. Major Otseni Hotttrdu Lieut, Col. Williams > Major Petitoej C .pn Mailers; Lieutenants God-dardi Browne, Martin, Philips > Enfigna Dob-Ion, Fuller, Wounded. Su&b.futMttrt. Capt. Leflle, Wounded- ITeifb tu.ikTu Capt.Jobnlon, KiU'dt Captains Fortclcue, Itard, Baldwin; Lieutenants Eyre, ftichi Gregge, Arday� Macbiachiad, Hewitj and Qkes, Wounded. . . Crmfvrd'i. Lieut. Koight, Kill'd. GapX Lxulk^ Lieu tenants Stephens, Gore, Wounded. DcKids*!. Major Roper, Kill'd* Lieut. Col. Rofs, Capt. Fuller, Lieutenants Rogers* Farquhar, Rofs, Wounded. ?�W��s. Lieut. Col. Lotion* Major Ucrti Capt* nerrielli Lord Glaigow, Lieutenants Gardiner, Edmonitone, Cope} fiaflgnsMooypenny, Fran* combe, Morrifc, Wounded* Ettmun'i. Major Petrtei Lkuc Brodje, KHlfd. It, Col. Jackfoni Gap rains Morgaqi pod4l GOre ; Lieut Aikland i Enigns Vactun, Qaiacan, El-ringtop, Sccongj Pftftter. Wounded- 11 ST of tbt tbtmbv *tOf**ri,&(. �/ biiM*rfi/i Bra&Fna Killed&i, uit* J�tw* if M&ktZu- : t) a.  . � CAVAUt %*&timbMra$>D*lv*ai' JaUllcd. 14a &aok �oi i*!", i34Horfes. Wounded, t Lieutenant.Co" lonel, i Captains, 1 Lieutenmr, 4 Cornets, j� Rank and File, 11 Hotfes. Muring, two Lieute-nanrs, 1 Cornet, 1 Seijeint. Sir Ribirt Riro'i. Kii-ed, i Rk. .MiiSng, 11 Rank and F 17 Henes. Ei'l o( Rotbt'i. Killed, 1 Lieutenant, 1 Corner, I Scrjranr, ii Rank and File, WojndfH, 1 Lieu-rerj.nt, z Serjcms, i Drummers, ao Rink and File. Miffing, 1 DnaTimers, 98 Horles. Quern'i RytiKe^imnt. Killed, 4 Horles. Wounds eJ, g Rink and File, 4 Horfec. Mi/nng, 1 Coi-net, 5 Rank and file, u Horles. fft'i Roul Higbnefi xbt Dutt'u Killed, 3 Rank and File, j7Ho les; Wounded, 13 Kank and File, 3 Horles. Milling, I Lieutenant-Colonel, 3Captains, 1 Lieutenant, 1 Cornet, *3 Rink and Fi;e, 50 H or ies- Tnj.1 of Gfvxlrj. Killed, I Lieutenant, 1 Cornet, 1 Serjeanr, 198 Rank and File, i^r Horles. Wounded. 1 Lieurenant-Colonel, 1 Caprain*. % Lieutenants, 4 Cornets, 1 Serjeants, i Drumners, 91 Rank and File, i3 Horles. Miffing, 1 Lieutenant Colonel, 3 Captains 3 Lieurtnams, 3, Cornets, j Serjeant, 2 Drummers, 80 Rank ana File, 187 Horles. In Ml 398 Men, and 3I0 Horfcs. H N F A N r R Y. Setovd BxttiHon of the lit Regiment of Quriu Killed,' ^ private Men. Wounded, 31 private Men. Miffing, 37 private Men. Second Bxitilton of the 3J Regiment if Giuhff. Killed,' t Enfign, 7 private Men. Wounded, I Serjeant, 18 private Men. Mi ling id private Men: Lieiitetunt-jtne'il How ting, 15 private Men. Fulieun'u KiUed, 1 Lieutenant, I Drumaler, i> private Men. Wounded, 1 Capain, 1 Lieute^ nant, I Enfign. H Serjeants, a Drummers, 76 private Men. Miffing 57 private Men. Mti^Generti Howard's. Killed, t Serjeant, 13 pri^ Vate Men Wounded, l Lieutenant Colonel, & Major, 1 Captain, 4 Lieutenants, 1 Enfigns, � Serjeants, 1 Drummers, m private Men. Mil-fing, % Serjeants, ii private Men. tbrtbBruijbFuzUters- Killed, 7 private Men. Wounded, 1 Captain, I Serjeant, 16 private Men. Mii? fing, 11 priva�Men. Welch finiiieru Killed, I Captain, t private Man, Wounded, 3 Cptains, 5 Lieutenants, 1 Enfign, S Serjeants, 34 private Men Miffing, 1 Enfign, � Serjeants, 18s private Men. Otufarifi. Killed, i Lieutenant, 4 Serjeants, i Drummer, 16 private Men. Wounded, 1 Cap^ tain, i Lieutenants, j Serjeants, i Drummeri, 60 private Men. Miffing, 1 Seijeants, 24 private Men. Dougiii'i. Killed, 1 M"ajor. 4 private Men; Wounded, 1 Lieutenant-Colonel, 1 Captain. 3 Licure* nanb, 4Seijeants, 1 Drummerj 61 private Men. Miffing, J 3 private Men. $obnion'i. Killed, ai private ken. Wounded, t Lieutenant Colonel, 1 Major, t Captains, 3 Lieu, tenants, 3 Eniign*, 4 Serjeants, 60 private Men. Miffing, s private Men. Be*i�t'i. Killed, 1 Mijor., i Lieutenant, i Ser* jeants, ai private Men. Wounded, 1 Lieute-naniiColonel, 3 Captains, 1 Lieutenant, 4 Err* figns, 1 Serjeant.', i Drummers, 74 private Men* Miffing, I Enfign, 8x private Men. Ibtdi of Ufatrj- Killed, i Majors, t Opbins. $ Lieutenants, x Enfigns, 9 Serjeants, 5 Drummers. 177 private Men. Wounded, J Lieutenam*Co* loneis, jM**or*. it Ctptajns, to Lieutenants. 14 En%oa, 34 Serjeants, u Drammers, 71^ pri* vate Men. Miffing, 1 Captain* a Eangns, t Sen /cants, ;i4 pr>va.te Men. In aU 1510 Men. J8.B. In this Rejurn,li?e/^i'� iHd Gm&df* Regiments afe �ot fee down, the Regiment^ pot having Asps 2a their putkuitc. ROY 4itvAl't| It %%t. Ma/or Michel fpn, Xjeaj.n M'aVe^.^MMlffn. ter, Stephens and Gogney, wotttded. Capt F*x�5 , euhatlooa Litau Cr*f fordj 4a�i&nt>. , ' Major ^.fcrW^Woi), woufcded. tCoo^^^QcrpmUi, i7GtmoeJ�,4J Mstrofici XouTorArtJlWy. krlleJ. wounded, �nA aik fing, 8a. .. Jh* lad of ih� LOHDQWAZiTTtt ;

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