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   London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - August 18, 1847, London, Middlesex                                XLVfc PtJE $F&Mft (54* OR RE From TUESDAY Auguft the 18th, to 5ATUR DAY[Auguft the a ad,  1747. tfrr/W 3 BritiJkTacietSi tiicb brought 1 Holland Afatlii RUSSIA. btttrsbturgt � yHE Court friT. ftems fo give great Attention to the Meafures that the States of Sweden may take, e(pecially as 'tisaffiur'd that fdme Difcoveries have been made concerning the Nature of the Conditions of a Treaty lately con-�' * eluded in the North at the In* ion of France. This Difcovery is faidtobe cincija] Reaion why the Troops deft,m'd for filhince of the Court of Vienna, and its , have not yet begun their March, and that f�rJs has reiterate^ her Orders for the Gene-kd Admirals to keep all Thingsm Readinefs Mion on the firft NotKe. Tho* M. d'Aflion, bench Minifter, take abundance of Pains to tber Imperial Majefty relifli the Proportions fgeneral Peace which be has lately received kjs Court, all his fine Proteftatjons of his tr's ptcifick Intentions are but little regarded ; � we have not yet forgot France's late Irr s at Constantinople, to kindle a War bc-ldits Empire and tbe Porte. SWEDEN, ton, Ag. 5. The proceedings onjtbe Trial fet Blackwell, which are very long, Kut which (Ot be made pCfblkk, contain a Detail of tbe Wyonilences which be held Abroad, ftew the hoi the Penfton he received,-and by what al ft *� js Wt remains nVd in Ws Resolution to Ub��r only towards bringing about a general -y the Moment tbe Powers at War (new ofeJves cotiaDy inclined thereto, and &*& ia* J the Ammofities, and drop the Pretentions t hive bj&erto impeded lb salutary a Wasfc I T A L Y. -_4,$e& t>: We fca�e Advfi* from BafBa, _ttthree GaDies which fciWf front, hence fome fine ago, were arriv'd there With GenetatMarfi H rait riSey had fegatt to barter Terra-Veccbia, ich the Rebels of Corfka have fek*d apon. [ aria, A*i> f. The Army of the ABSes wiH ;)� a few Days at Pittarola, when it wiO bflof BattaBibnf, and upwards of loo duns, but we know little or nothing of its M&ft. We havefeceiVd Advice, that the \ tee die/ repafs'd the V�r, left ftrong - at Viflifranct and MOotalbah, the For-%S wliich t�e^ tt* repairioe with aft ible DUkenotf; Thefhave likeyife kfta large -ofTjSps Xtfthe Cotinty oFNke.to beat I toairiJorce the Pofts tSey fiiaO think fit to ep*. KronLeutfuaH^^BOlrts Orders to obfcrve bv, Sffl remains in the Neighboarhood of 'iaihasa little extended:his Right, asfaf tpolofBrouis. 'GeneralCount Brown ar-^cfltrday Hi' this CajiidU to cdrrfult with WibouttheeperitJons of AeCampaign? 'Tiyis advancing wleli iH poiSble Dlligenett L reicb Scalerge Tb>n^rre!r, which itf ten ^n| fnam this- Gityx drtwing towards �a?^*l1' Cwot'PWiswnt.thePruffiiinMV > hayj^ lately madl? foftiaces for ofaniniag *�%erial Diploma, whereby the King his Ma? I ?ns^*h� oi Sovereignty to the Principality of | ^rfriczland, Oaoold tie FoBy connrmed tndL �* ! ��f ledged $ this Infttgtotnf -was �pedite*Yef' terday in the Aulic Oiancery, and deliter'd by the Emperor's order to Count Podewils, There is nothing left depending between tbe two Courts, bat tbe Affair of the reciprocal Guaranties, which, it's hoped win be fpeedily terminated to dieSatif* faction of both Parties; Mujlrkbt, Atg.  if.  The French Army which encamp'd nearBlVen began to move Yefterday in feveral detach'd Columns, and ail join'd at St. Tron , from whence they decamp'd this Morning, direfting their March to Tirlcmond. as we are afTuredi to proceed to Lou vain, Such are the Ac counts receiv'd. from Tonsjres, Arc which agree with the Reports of the Delerters; who add, that the Defign of this March is to draw near Brgen-opi'Eoom, that tbey msj     at hand to reinforce Count Lowendahl, and haflen the Reduction of that Town.   We learn, that feveral Couric s ar* rhr'd fucceflively at tbe Commonderie, and that the DWpatches of the laft made the King refolve to decimp* As foon as Advice thereof came to the Camp of the Allies, the Duke of Cumberland*' and M. Bathiani, gave Orders for the Troops to march like wife,  A large DetachWnc of the Confederate Army have pafs'd the Meufe he>e, in order to ob-ferve the Enemy's Route.  If their Defijn is to advance towards Bergetf-op Zoom, our Army may be there as foon as theirs, perhaps fuoner, by marching along the Right of tbe Demer, and from thence direcfly to Hoogflraten. Mdtfiricht, An, 19. The French Army has nude divers Motions fince the 14th; and 'till the 16th we could not guefs whether tbey would continue their March towards Louvain, or remain in their Pofition on the Territory of Lkgc. The 17th tbe? were eflcamp'd between Tongres and Borch-ldon, their Right extending towards Vifet. The Detachment which was fern from hence apon tbe firft News of tho French Army's Retreat, having advanced as far as their old Camp, began on ahc 15 th to diftrov their Lines and Intrenchment?.- Yefterday, and the rfth, the French made fome Detachments from their Army, which have taken die Route of Liege. : It was given dut, tjfat the ADiea were preparing to repafs the Meufe. The Thing feem'if probable, upon a Suppofition, that tbe French were going cowards Berg en-Op ioom; in which Cafe the Duke of Cumberland, and Marftal Bathiani were re� lolv'dto prevent them: But as we now fee that chcy ftop to the Neighbourhood of Tongres, and ire filing off* Detachments towards liege/ above and below the Meufe-, the Plan for repaflfng that River is provifiooaDy fofpended, 'till we fee clearer into the Enemy's Defign? and thar we may > be more at hand roobierve their Motion's, our Army is to make a Motion this Day towards Dalem, in order to poft their Left at Werft and Bombay, while the Right takes the Place of the Left, {touching at far as Maeftrichc. Bvghnjr&tm, Aug. 19  In the Night between tbe ifth and i�xh, the Enemy made four Affaults on the Lunette of Zealand, but without Effect, theSwifs Regiment of Aintftts the fetcind Batta* Boa of Waldeckv under a Detachment of ip^Hef-fitos, have gain'rf hrxnornil Reputation, f Com-' panies of French Grenadiers were eritirelf deftroy-ed. In the Nighttetween the tfiit and tTthfrm; the Troops in the lines made a Sally from Fort Rover, atnet penetrated to the French Batteries, two of whicn were without Cannon, add the rd had- only four Pieces? moan ted, Which they naird p, and *t the lame Time min'dafl t4e jBaue* ries. In the Night between the Vftx and rftb/ the French made twtl vigorous Attacks upon the Lunette of Zealand, but wifre rtpui^d with Lofsi the* teraraetf w rife Charge c third Time, and m�d>ea fortfllXJalgeatienT. Thft Difpote was tt* treniely Woody, and we had tbe MSsfertutie td )Ofe^or r good Officer*. Im& Pfight we bad out Revenge by drmrjif tbtm cntirdy oat of did kvnette and Pafli&foj the Fire was as warm as can befOfifbtyItm&Bfitl and befilesaf great Number ot Men, die Prench'loft a!) that they had acquired n&ce the rrtni^wi* die Fjrpeoce.Qf fo much-Labour ani Biood. Thef endeavour^" to dnfw our* People upoaj" a Mine, which they were juft ready to ipring, in order to which they piled fit Companies of Gsetsldferstipon iVwjttvfaftai&i* out to; refirr fomewhat precipitately, h� Cafie tfaey wereattick'd'i but before t^thaffper/di our Miners were fo luciy as to difcowt tfce Defign, and to fetrae to tbe French Mine, by wtjeir all thek pren*Ker$,were blown ape excepting a C*p^ caio and Twelve private M�o who were taken eriidnei%   .�-*.-. Toe BQemy havHog heeoeiQodg'd the 18th in *he NiifctKim/th* Luoecreof Zeakad, with con--n^era^^TjOfifrthey ��rrfd td the A&ult laft NjgbCr �nd Prince of Aonalt Sesauwbourg. Lt.-Colv of siK Second Bateaiioo of Waideck* whw coanttnded there, gave Rgnal Proofs of bis Cou<* ragefthiConis^iiQT, wawatfaftukliog the Dif* order occafion'd by fome Barrels of Powder blow& ing up, and the Efforts made by the French rt* improve this Accident to tbeir Advantage, he made fo good Difpofitions, and fo animated the Troops   by his Example, that the French, who came on like Furies, were thrice repuls'd witS Lofs-, but the 4th Time they at laft rook Poft at rhe Extremity of the Lunette, in fpiteof all that our Troops could do to prevent it.  As we ftill occupy the reft of tbe Lunette, the Enemy's Lodg* ment is fo fmatL for Want of Ground, that we doo'c defpair of auiing thetit once more change their Quartets., Tbeln, Aag. ij. Lift Night tbe French Began ai gain to fire upon Bergen-op zoom ~w'nh red hot Bails, which they had not done for fevera! bay$ before 5 bat good Care is taken to prevent, of extingufh tbe Fires and the Garrifon has preTttf weO lucceeded hitherto in faving many Hoofes-*-.' The Attack of Fort Rover, which the, �nem# feem*d to have given over, is renewed fince Jaft Night. HOLLAND. Amflcrluti, Aug. .17 By the frefteft Advieej from Breft we learn, thac they are equipping in that Port a Squadron of is Ships of tbe Line, and feveral Frigates. , Ro�erjcd this Day. an Edict for armios ani disciplining the Connny People, and DkewKe the* Burghers in every Town and City. According fo tome Letters from Chamberry, M,' BeBeifle lies very ill at Graffe.^Bd 'us iaid chat that Insaot Don Philip is retreatrng, to Aii. 'We are aufured from Amiierd�m, tha/ in ani Enumeration juft made thete, 0*3,000 fettled Iqha> bitants, b^ tween the Ages of 18 a,ni 6^ have beed sound- there, without iadadiiig die Bwghexs, thofc beionging to the City^ Council ot W*rV tbe Marine, Jews, Forcigncvs, &c ., FRANC �. Ljmti, dog. 4. The Sp� niafis axe arfaaUy r*pii fing the.Vari it is laid that #* Infant Don FbiJ|a' wfiini bis Head Quarccrs at Grape. It we coo^( depend �potj, the Adrfcef we have dnfedly irqai Genoa, tits Marcjuefs de Bifby who luccecd's tbf Dukei^deBouScr* in hivC^mmaad, is aiftu*Uy 00 toe Point of marching with loBattalibs* ta oricf to benes* Savon*i JN�> on the other, tjand. wo, have Aecouuts, froto y�t�9yQmith, anf tr  ^| Ifiaoti of Cornea waJ offeri i b^t the Dutcliieawf Parsna and Placvntia have-been *itft/iiJ5ed! upon^ and h is choogtit foaac Expedient wul bifound ibis Head tolatisfy all Partjes. MirlhaLB^Deitte; i| ttSriene�n� 8ut we are; very, uncertain} a^.to ibj N�t�� ol his Defign*,or wbetM b�>aA�onM�   

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