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   London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - August 11, 1847, London, Middlesex                                CCURRENCES From TVES.DAT. Augujl-rhctith, to SATURDATAuguft the ijth^rj^. Iitf^ wr W arrived 2 BritijbTackett) wbtcb brought i Holland Math ITALY. Tari*. ^ 30; � are a dually forming a Camp at Pjanezra, about fix Leagues dil-tant from this City;  It Is to confift'ot 1^,000 of our Troop*. , to which* few A uftrjan BattaHi- lJV;if bejoined, General Count Brown is on ,i.)ri.h (roin the Mila-nefe with a Body ofxo.ooo n part Auiuft 11. ThcDefia,n.ol the Attack which us made Yefterdiy on the Side, of the WOU was b fevour the Junction of General Baronial, who had \ku\ detached from iherArnjy with yoo ' Muflirt, s*o Horfe, foqe Croats apd otheir light ; Trgops, whi-h has been happily executed. The ! -jj'unt de St. Germain having been inforroed of ke March of this Cenetal, advanced, to .HochftraT in, in order to cut off his PaJagej but, on Ad-nee that our Troops were advance! to Vrour he immediately decamped, and turned to that HiUiat, which opened the Way ior,General Bi� ofeiai to continue his March. We promife our-elves treat Thingf from t^is Succour, which is I ieilin'd to intercept the French Convoys from � tntueipto the French Camp* Capt Laooman * Ind Enfign Beyer of the Regufteafbf Siniffitct, ini ] * Lieutenant of the Company of Grenadier -Juira$, were killed in the Attack. In the whole Lots amounted to about io& kIBed and voundtd. frtm tbt Frncb Cimp btftrt Beryn ep-Zacai, Awg^A I J, According to the Report of Defer ter$; the Lois wb'ch the Enemy fulttin'd. the loth Inftaot, \x weir fruitlefe Atuck upoo the Village of Wou, 'fagrewer than we at firft imaging. Laft Foday, bout fix in the ^enjng., the,Befifged Iprung �: M���jhe Angle-on the side of the Hil^Moon,? whicbdkl us no grearHarmi but one of our Mines, which was (prong an Hour after, ruinM the Pali- leiterday and Friday we hadfixOlficm and�i MKier* wounded i attd M. de Clerac, Engioeer, with ifsoldiers, kifi�4V ,\ . r,   ? D*X ohr Woik* haw taken in the whole �ngth of the Covert Way. Thft EneiBt fprung, � Mm�rlt the SaJltem Angle of theBiiiion on lut � di    Jttff^, 13. '   '* ' Notwithllanding the Fire of th* Town, the Enemy have at laft made Lodgments in fome Saitlant Angles on the .Edge ol.thcCoverj Way. It is not yet very certain whether the Garrifon win make a new Attempt to diflodge them. However it be, it is laid they thaO remain no longar there than we pleafe, as thofe Lodgments give them no Advantage far ukiug the Covert Way* in which o�r Men ftili keep thek Ground. We have been Vwo whole Days, under Arms, to extf cute aDefign,which had.it ftjeceeded, would have Tid the Town of its wouhlefome Guefts; hut ' we had the Mortification to find that the Enemy was informed of our whole Plans fo that there was nothing left for us to do, but to re-enter the Lines juft as we marched out of them. flnxeartp-Zaam, Aigud 14. The Enemy do indeed maintain their Ground in fome Lunettes, but they are hot more at their Eafe, n >r a Bit neater their Journey's End by that: They look into the Covert Way, but dare not venture to fet Foot in it, for reir of our Mines. We alio pcr^ ceive that their Fire is not near fo brisk as formerly, -tall Night they did not throw in above  Dozen Bombs' one ot which fet a Houfe cn Fire, but it was foon extinguillied. The fame Night we fprang another Mine at one of the SaiUant Angles} we don't knew how many of the Enemy it blew up, but It muft furely have h d a good Effect. As to the reft the Troops continue in high Spirits, and every Body here does hi* Duty. Eictmft of � tnter {rem OuJtniufci, Augty l\. .-'-fifnm' Baronial, who is come up with Ifoo HuflkWjoe Horie, fome Croats, and other light-armedwroops, went this D % at the Head of a lar^e Dwachment to reconnoitre Count Lowen-dahi's Camp. A confijenible Reinforcement has Been ient trorc hence into the Line*.of BergeiVi op^Zoom, where Things ".re m very-good Order* the Enemy making but a fmall Progrefs, the Fire of the Befieged being within thejfe few Days 'Superior to thai of the Frep.h. The Garrilon has raifed a Batterer otfeveral Pounders^ whici\ does great Execution among the Enemy's Works and Batteries. HOLLAND. � Hipu, Aug. \-0S. The moft Serene itadchoMer affiled Yeifcrday at the Dcbites of the Council of State, after tfhich his Spene yighnefs returned to his Houfe in the Woods. There are Letters from I.aly., whivh lay, rhat all the Troops of-Marflial Belleifle were in March towards the Varj that f^ie Baggage bad already repafled that River, and that the Army was. to follow.    , Hagai, Aug. 10. Barott flroveftins, Maffec of the Morle to the Stadtholdcr, fet out the 6t*\ Inftant lor the Army of the Allies, charged withaCom-miffion fom^his Serene. Highnefc ta> the Duke of Cumber and* and Marfhal Batbiaai, Barpn Rcr fchach, Envoy Exrxaordinary from their Imperial Maielties, ft not yet.returned from his Journey to ihe laid Army, The laft tetters wcjiave ie-ceived from ft incline us.to .think .that ic wifl foon alter its fofition. They alfo intimate the fame in Regard to the French Ariny, tbo' our, Advices from Liege are pretty pofitive tha t his Moft Chriftiin Mi/eftj is reip)red to wait the Ufaebf the S  in fome of which Plftces they, feized ,and carried off, as Hoftaget' the Mayors, or theMhtl-fters of the Churches}, and from others they carried away ..Plenty of Beer, Haffis, Chec�, ana other Provifidrfs. F R A ft q � tmi,Aug.4. According to fome A'dvicte flrorri Bafha in Corlica, Count Rivatola has turned out Etiil.Aug.l. An Etpreii has pifled thro'thia City fioing to the King*> Army, wiih.D^^ ' taGions of new raiv'd Troops which have been incorporated wkh the old SpaniOi Reg;T.?rrt�, ani that a few Bayaafter Jnother Convoy arri^fd aC the fame place from Barcelona, having 6n boara Soo Horfes for remouoting she Sp ni& Civslry 5 an d two old Regiments of Foot. Paris, Aug. 11. We bear from Fenders that the Brigade of Engineers' which was m M. u'Effrea/s Cmp had receiv*dOrders rbjOin M. Lowendahl before Bergejn op-zoom, who; as our Phr-.fe rum* lies a* the gaping Gutph, which � reprefent d,by the Fire ot the, Mafojietry and Cannon, Bomb* and Graoades, Jrom that place, the like being, tat0 ver before feein.  According to the moil moderaraj Computations we hav� alreidy loft 9000 Met* there; but 'ria-faid the Ring has.wrote to Court, that Lowendihl had �ffurrd hi.n be woufd be its Poffcfllon-of the Place by the nth Inftant-p fl fo, he has deceived his Mailer, and proved a faife Prophet. From the LONDON-GAZETTE. HudQjyntrt st KytMt> Augtifi 14. This M6rntflg the Envruy made their long txpejled Motions and their prefent- Pofition (ems, by what we catk Iwiherto, (iifcover, to be as follows: TV . French King's Qinrtirs �t HamaK Count Sarefs at Ton* grris* Tne Count d'Etrcs incamps from Jonk to) HaCooTt, ociupy�ng; �3th the Intamry Hicourc and Hiliebeile, which they have Tntrrn^hed as well � wi thrir Ctflsp.- The HoufliodTro* ps and fome Brigties 01 Infantry incarop before and ber�nd Fexhea and Sling* drawing tow rds L^ge Th� Brigade ofPiijaniy, with tour or fiv* Bigades, in* cainp before Tongres, JLrcm. the Jaar to the Jui-tice. The Troops extend beyund Tongres^ and jnearop iy Brigitks tot enlarge .their Front. Prince Clermont has Lefx �c the CamatMndeTicr where he �a quartered, extending his Rig.ht towardsTon^   and it h thottgfitjthe Schetpe mtgh; have racceedjeA if it bad Jwen well conduced,, The Enemy at-taskedFrangipani's Parry unexpectedly %t Nipfiini jn the Reatrof the Retreat, but a pWty of the/ CompagnicFramnelucsily csmc up and drove haek; |he Enemy, and recovered their Booty, ki�ed rftatgy, and xook Jo Prilbners. wkh two or three Officers They have Detachments at R�ofcadabJ and N/ipeiv General Baroniai is expected with a. great Btidr of Huffanr, * A Dutch Major of Brigade, JuiVartiveA J(111UWV, vo�v uivwn \n our aroops (in the .hue; Aftir Was above ^0}.and that it is currently ris* ported, that the French have detached ioooo,Mert to Provence. wBfch he fpeaks of *s certain, Sev�a Battalions arrifed m cfrelines this Morning front "Lsesitenant GeneraHwartisnbers's Corpse bafide| a Regiment from icrfand, and a Battalion of smii* faert i� logo into the Town, and Another h ex-pefied. His Royal Highnefs has fent lome En* eineers^ which were much wanted.. A Company of the Train from England, and 30 Auflrfen Mtners feem the AiHed Army, arrived the iith, and a Com* $aoy of mioerlj and 80 Aultrian Gunners* are didf la$H�tik>M.*\,*t �y Addicts dated Yef. r terday from Btrgen*ofrZoom, we Ihear1 that four Mines were fptung Uit Saturday with great Suc-cefs. and tfrat the Fkint of the French 1s mj.h lefsconfiiierahle ftnee U* Thurfday Night; tfuc t the T>ini �Wch the Garrifon moft apprehend \ is, the.Enemy'sfappingi but that the Workmen f 0t tbe5fown are very watchtoLand thatthey.htv^ ^ a frcfli Supply Ot thole PcOylc, by which they   

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