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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - July 28, 1847, London, Middlesex / fa. tvn. P TJ E* o ^umc. 58. GCURRENCES: From TUESDAY July the 28th, to SATURDAY Augufl the ift, 1747. my lali arrived One Briti/bTactor, which brought I Holland Mail. Nurtnberg, -fitly 1J. THE Negotiations of the Maritime Powers in feveral Courts ot the Empire go on with much Succefs, anjl befides -the Troops which ere already allowed-them by'Tome of to, many others are ready to follow thtir E*> Efirtfff �/" * trt�� f�w * Minifier it Bhiin t� tnotter it tbe Htgue, dated Jul} j l. The more I �m attentive to wbac panes here, the more I am farprited to find feme People in Holland flattering themfelves with tho Affiftanca of this Court,.either by interpofing its good Oflr res with France, or I y furnjfbing the Dutch with Succours. One would imagine that People in tfiat Country, who dierilh fuch-1 ike Ideas, were either wry ill informed of the Sentiments qf she King of EruJlia, or were firangely prejudiced fa his Pal vour> . . ~i which Notions art founded upon tbt frivolous Motives of Refemblante Of Religion, tie Oflfer of Guaranty of StJefia, and beeaufe the. King of Pruflia has great Inter�4 in the Preferva-rion of Gueldcrfchd.'- >* The Motive of Religi. ooi particularly of what is profefs'd out of the Empire, bears very little Swat with his Pruflian Mayfly. Tbis Prince does not now at ait regard the Ripublick's guarantying Silefia to him, and efteems it but of very little Worth, being more than evtr convinced, that Treaties are no longer in Forcethan the contra&ing Powers find their Advantage in them. In refpeft to the Inte?eft this Prince miy haw in the Provncc of Guelderland* he is is eafy about it is may be> for as this Affair bat been Jong Time in Gonteft with the States General, ind never cotddt-nOMrer will be regulated in an ipinWeMahnen poll m�y venture, without ad* vancing any Thing very afcfutd.to affure you. that the King ofPcuflSi would not be difpleafcd with Gaelderland's falling under the Power of the trencii!0ngj became theft a& Difficulties would be removedj and his Claim would, no doubt, be granted ttfMjioJi perhaps with Expence, Demage� indlnu.-eft. Let no Body tor the future therein imagine* thdj the King of Pruffia wiB rake Offence 1 in Proportion to the Crown of France's get* ting Footing in the Territories of the United Provides, and that at length the Stafford will catch him ay the Nofe, Tbe Court of Berlin has jrs Securities in View} that ot Frarfce perfectly knows Sulntereft, and every Thing that fa sgreed upon bttween tbe two Courts cannot be altered, but by the Articles of a genera) Congrefs of Peace j and till that Time the French King, feem* pretty well allured, that the King of Pruffia wiH not attempt to traverfe his Defigns. Extrt& of 4* Letter from Brtis, fiih iu Bere,en*op-zoom continues to Defend UfiaB bravely, and the Prjfice a�f Waldeck U eip*.3ed to arrive here every Moment, and if be joins the Girrilon, it is thought that Count loweodibl whl not be able to take ft.. We hear continually Day and Night Fhrtng at tnaf^Piace, and, according to fome Accounts, the French are crafting. J Bitteries againft the lines, but that tbe -Dutch have levcral Times ruined them: Th� Frenchbave, it's faid, loft upwards of tfooo Men there al-ready. Mufimk, Jfa/y %i\ The Allied Antry continues in the tame pofion. The Corps of General Trips extends to Liege, and masks the French Detachment at Huy. A Detachment of our Huffars, wbo made an Incurfion to tbe Gates of Antwerp, is J retufift with part oi Count Lowendahl's tqut-Pige, having brought oft from trader, the Cannon! of the place *o Domefticks, jr9 Horfea, y Co�bes> A and 4, Wyuont of Baggage, belongiDg to tbe laid General* . , Mufritbt, fatty 19. The lines ami Batterfes of the Mountain of St. Pierre are fioifbeeV irid wefl guarded with ArtUlery. Prince, Fredeyiek o* HefTe, who commands then* has ttfcen.upbis Quanert in Jho Convent of Slavantenj and Cbuncde laLipfe ttli and the Aliiei have thrown another Bridge on tber Meufe-, j*thattbey.b�ve now three nriopi oq that. River, one above and two below the town* Our ^yeroortias forbid tbe fending pwaytanyiSorta oiKProvifiooa from knee, not even to the Ac- %o\lki*t% $uly. 16. There are upwards of j viz. the Troops und� the Duke of Cumberland, and thofe of M. Bathiaqi, bold themfelves .readjr to pafs the Meufe on the firft A
op-*3cd, and was to arrive at Breday as this Day. P. 1 This Moment a Courier is arrived wit! Difpacch-sfrom Lieut. Gen. BaronSchwartzenherg> for the Prince Stadholder, importing, that tbe faid General fet out this Morning from Loon-op-tand with the Troops under his Command, In order to continue his Route by Breda to tbe Place of bit De/Hnation. From Bergtn-op*taoffi direfily we hive th4 > following Accountj dated tbe 31ft in the Even* ing; The Fire of the Enemies againft the Town is ronftderably diminilhed -, having adjudged, that the better Way t� fucceed was to force the Lines: For which Purpof* they directed their chief ffrength on thit Side, particularly againft Fort Rover. But this Enterprire will col! them dear, fince the (^r*� rifba Of the laid Fort will be continually fuftain*�I and leinforced by frefh Troops. Laft Nighe they made a Grand Sally, which coft the Lives of many-Hundred: The Enemies tumble over Heaps of dead Bodies which are Buried lathe Dufh all their Demands to put them in the Ground being ablet* lutely refufed. We have already upwards of 204 Defcrters, who could not bear the dreadful Scene." : The Succours we expedt win arrive To-morrow ac I Steenbergen, which w-iU cue them out ftffl more dreadful Work than tbey fuva hitherto felt oret� peeled. According to the Accounts from Italy, the late Victory is like to decide the Cmpaign in tbaf Country in favour of the Common Caufei Ptrisi fit/ iS; The �^th we received theoewc of a moo terrible "Check we have met with on the Frontiers of. Piedmont; wherein tbe brave Che^ valier.de BeDeiflt, at the Head of the Grenadiers, and many other exctfent Officers were kili'a.**** Our Actions tre fallen to iji^; i;o* thaLOHD6H CAZ it ti. AS the Placart to prohibit tbe Exportation o^ all Warlike arid Naval Stores, has not bVen dceml fufSoient, tbe States Gerier.l have pai>lifhed another within theft few Days; by which the/ extend the farmer Piacart, and prohibit tbe Seflinaj ot aD Ships and Veflelsto Str*�g�s, on Pain or i Forfeiture of cheftrae, and a Frae to be paid botJi , by the Buyer and Seller, of twice the Value of the Veifel fo confifcared but in Cafe the faid Ship off VefTel eanriot be feized, the Penalty is to be extended to three Tima* the Value. H*gUe, ftUy H, N. S. The Placart that was pub' 1 liin?a fome Time ago by the States" of Holland, to en)oyn all theirSufe/efts t0 pay ^e omJraaty Taxes as ufual, to tbe Receivers and GoDectorjs of this Frbvin�a>, has not had bithef to tbe defb'd Eflecl: 'The Boors in the Nighbourhocd of Dort, Gouda, Schoonhoven, &c. have affcibled in great Bodies, with Drums and Colours, and have committed igreat Diforders, efpeciaDy near Dorr, where tbey ihafeplunder'd fevtriI Houfes, end even murJerei Jone ol the CofleCtots. A Detachment of the Garrifon of this Place^ was fc*t there three Daya go, wjth the Droflui of the Court of Jufiice, and la greaoNuniber pf hU Attendants, to put a Seep to J their Infolencfci and we are sold fince thee the -Rlotars^arequite difpetfed. By the left Accounts (from BergettJop jSooro ofYefterday, we has* that )on the. 24th ihc*?rencb had msde an unfoccefsfial �A tempt upon Steenbergen, where they were re-puUed with fortje L^fi. On tbe z6th all tbeir iGrenadiers were ordetTd to give an Affault 10 the fKyck en dePoti but upon Intelligence, that ptopear Dilpofitions were made to receive them, they have jdeferKJ it to another OppoVtuniry. In the mean tTjae they feem determined to m ke an Attempt Ipon ihe iMusi and they are i.ow err.ployad in r-iiTjog Batteries, and h*ve openea their Trenchts, jm order.to form � refuUr Attack of ih� rwo Forts iof Rovers and of Pilfen, in the Front of tbe Lines * The! fame Le�e s add, that M. de Lowendahls Army is now inCreaftd Co ^,000 Men. And all agree thai the Batteries of the Town aja �ery well faxy'd,
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