London Pues Occurrences, August 8, 1747

London Pues Occurrences

August 08, 1747

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1746 - 1848

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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - August 8, 1847, London, Middlesex �X. XLVI. P-UE $VMB 6l. Occurrences. From SATURDAY Auguft the 8th to TVESDAT Auguft the nth,. 174?- iSundaj arrived 1 Britijh Tacket, which brought 1 Holland B A *�* thereby expofed to the : ChiBce of making fruitier* Cruizes, as was fit-fteniy their die: Upon which Account ihe Bey and �hurs to Accommodate Matters j but the Deputies jfirered hire, " That k was in vaini rofeekip iAaoaimodationi that the Regency's Refoiutj-on wis Irrevocable; That they had very much I (nilJakenrheirlntcreft in mikingPeace with the Kin� of the Two Siciliesi that the Miximi of their Stare were tocruz* upon the Ships of the ( fallen Powers, &c, and that they ought ro ! jji'ci to tieir ancient Cufroms.' In Confequenre if thefe Principles 6c Declarations, feveral Veffels bell armed were lent out to cruixs upon the Nca-Iqlittn Ships, and have already brought in lour, | aod confequenrly have no real Titx to any p�Qfdinafy Complaifancc) as for Civility, as � it is prefer ve4 on tbeir Side, we ffaail ^ wanting on ourt. S W E D E M.  ***{^�'5�(riT. As the tyy for the Eseco- tl'fOlZ . Bln ,siVlti friKdonthe iyrh from Heiftnaiois. ��mjrfer, Baron K^rff, receive* trqm,and find* to, �^ourt frequent Expreflcs, io tb� without Z k n"1"11! of verX Ira Pounce, is "*vn me Carpcc, and it ciofcot be long befow ed t0c the Knowledge of what is tranJaA* ii^'^'^y u tbcrc Truth iafome *fPwo that �xe current bere. SPAIN. VvTrT^y1 A �lces f �* Engli �t Mitino> to be forwarded to the Portugurzr at Vienna, and delivered by him to their Imperial bUjetties. The Pope mada a very eirunt Speech upon the El vation of the pretender's Second Son to the Purple, in which among othe Things, he expatiated upon the Piety, Ktbmr and ro�n> great Virtues of the Father, particularly upon his firm Attachment to the Church* afnVrfltog. that the Rtf-leruiea of $be Fuiib was q! more VVeight With him, in the Acrcrfipts be has made upon the Britilh Dominions, than the Recovery or the Throne of his Fathers. As to the n�w Cardinal, hemak^s an Apolicy for his Age. being but *j, and taenttohs toe Cardinals St. Charles BorrowersPrter or Lui-emborough, and R Way otTronto towards Ancofta, whirhpHwiH be tbllowed by'ihf'teft of the Army. �nd tfeen advance to the Bolng'rieTe, io order to etitejr Lom-bardy. The Neapolitan Comraiifirks Rave already Vt*P*rtd the Eta^es for thtt Purpofe. f f thi� fbould bt cbnrirmed, the Eiprals Queen wiB no loiiget keep Terms with m King of the Two Sicilies, as her Imperial Majelty h^shirhefto done, id Relpect ro tbe |tipg or Poland Ele^o/ of Saxony. Tbcre is i jkptft. tlit H^rSi�l Belkiflc's Army is tttrt�*d off NK� tpr tile Want of Prurigos, andteiuufe hekn tjte^Impoflr>ttity of prnetrying |ntb Lomwdy, tbx Jffna; of Sardinia Kavir.5 uVen rucrt^�t'*liaitf�% tfat an Army of * ioo,c>64,S(�a'ca^!d asske nolmpitllion upon ricm. $*h ***rBnemt has left out a vvj;h*Te-i^t wroretl oat Jo? for our DrifverirK*, :TOejlb PlentfYoLirithe Town, fioce uld refum* it at all Events, whatever if aiay co�f ', ;nk, give great Sitisfadion io tbe prelent jjncjur", being oi iu;h a Nature as to make rh? Courr perfec^If eify in regard to the fecnt ^ract Ccs of France at Conffantinople, or any Nrgotistions chichi the Count des Al^eurs, who is aoing' rhither jft Quality of Embaflador from thjt OrOwQ mtf becHtrjed wiih. M. Pencxler wri e$, among 0^* ther Things th�t the new Grand Vix>r, who nncaj his E!tction has difcovcied no greid Liking to tbe French, hint every Opporuniry to defrroy their Credit in the Sf.aglio; with which View hat kaufed the Declaration of the 17th of April, which was defivered by rha> French Mlniftfr at the H^gue, to-lK tranilated into theTtirkifli Lan-^j glutei which Piece, as well as the whole Tenor of France's ConJuet, has raided a great Outcry agrtnft her at ihe Port and the Vdtir ha�ev�n fiay* n'ified to the Dutch MinirteT, on Oc;afion oi tnei Invfft^fi Ot Dutch Fhndcr'j and' the raffing the Prince of Orange to the D-gnity ot Srtdihohi-r? of the whole R.publick, ' T�at tbe Port bema| aTways mueft coriccrned at every Thing thac may be pTtjudjcfii to the Repubiik, could not hear* without Regret and indignation* that t',� Frencfa had invtded .sat P^tt ot FUndcis whi.h belongs to Her-, Bur on the other Hand the rejoiced at tno Elevution of rhe Prime of 0*nge, notucub'Jng bat it win piove exttwely adTantafroas t�rhe Repdblkk at chh iunftar*.* So tar then, if thd Gf.nd Vair is finccre. we teft lecure from �ny Alarm 00 the Side of Hungary, and vtgoroufry improve the Advaatage sanely gained �ver thai Prtnebio Italy. ftii d*g. t- Aff oof Accounts concern* ing rtTc Army ot Martha 1 Berleifle, and the Infant Don Philip, -grer. tt>at fince the Affair of tbe l?ihi Inftant, the Army had not onlr fuffj.-oded its rained by tnoxe &attattion$. Yefterday was held a Grand Council ot War� and the refoit there*, of tent to General Cronffrom at Berger^5p%oom.� which� 'tis whiiper'4, relates to, an Expedition to be made by BarunS:warsenberg, and feconded b�, the Troops id tbe Town and Lines. FLANDERS. Jkrvrty'Z**. ?�> i9> 0:1 The Night bttoraj la It. trie Enemy nude a trcik Attempt co carry tomo of our Out-Works by Au*ault: To this End. cowards ih� EvenJog, they be�*n to nuke a terrible F ting With th:ir Artillery, throwing a greatQjiao-Utyfof Bombs and Grenades* very propablv co Ovcanoa a Fire* in-order so take Advanuge of eh� Cots^fion that would create. Tbeir Mortars anal Guns weredifcharged ail Night without matchSuo cefs, hut about Break oi 04y Fire was fet to � tfOute near the Public*; Weigh Houfe of the Town, which was however readily exiinguiOted by th* Vigilance of the Integrants. About 11 o*Closlc before Midnight th^ Enemy fet Huj to a Place th�c made tucb an opening In the Paiifede, and rhey came with fach Fury to she AiCauit, t>�� ibr^ ;