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   London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - August 25, 1847, London, Middlesex                                i. XI.' I- PlJE O '*    .   .    .       �    r CCURRENrCES; Froth TVESDAT Auguft the 25th, to SATURDAY Augufl the 29th, 17^7. ir/W 2 Britijb Packetsj \ which brought 2 Holland Mails. ITALY. [E have received the agreeable News by t Courier from Madrid, btc his Ca-tholick Majelly has dc-r~-~MMnMf clared the Duke de Cala-IWBim bria, Infant of Spin. with an Anniwl fenfion of 400 o�o Phfxres. As the pafiage ot our Troops and thole of Spin, thro' rw - the Ecclefiaftical �tate. Ihem graoted by the Pope, and that every b� has been regulated for their Subfiftan n ofBaftia.. They have a If a poffeffrd them*' res of fame other Places to the I Sand of Me* Qew, Aug. 7. An Engliih Mm of War of f 0 jus, laden with ail the Betts of the Vaiky of plfevera, Seftri, and Pegli, is loft in the Port of Jdo. and part of the Crew perifbed. yBthiu, dag. 8. According to our laft Letters pm Lombardy,the Allies will have 1*5 ftitts'ions I rrgalar Troops in Piedmont, and more than roo iutdrom, ejclofive of the Vaudois and Militia, fhe lame Letters add, that the Auflrian BatrrHons fe for the raoft part Weak, btit that Recruit* rere continually coming to them; and that die King of Sardinia had retufed the Affiftanre of the Jghtand irregular Troops of the Auftrian Army, ppcchlly fo long as the Combined Army {hall ontinue in his own Territories* It's however (fared, (hat this Prince will grant them a paf-ge,� foon as they can be employed in the 'ovioees of Prance. Advices from Bobbio bring pit � Detachment of Genoese had invaded the territory of that Name, an* committed great tevaftations. Htln, Jug. t. Some Lords of Ffehv of the Ettff lire, who confine upon the Orrtoefe Territories, we armed their Subjeds, and' invaded the Do-nmions of the Republic by Way of Reprilsl, .he Genoefe having pillaged their Sab/eds. Thefe Lords are fuppomd by t omc of (Senetal Nadaft/s IWa, Jug. f. Itfs confirmed*, tJ�t the Troops *h�*��c commanded tahhi fctrf^Stefwiier de *Dedfeareenti*r*hJng themfervesofl fee other \ �i ^ofit Genevre, ar*that  that General, who w*S'marching with rcoft S h,s ***** wwatds DtttM&i W drdtrtd his Troops w Bait, ant feem'd ftThave laM aftte'his ofcBtertng4ntoPJeilmorft.' ? n��a, jug, ix. The *otM*8*ei�or the King's ^parture for the Army, which it afiemiing oft Time0'     wifi ta C(naP^r* forrfisl by that <**�hm,Aag. it. AO the Spanilh Cava try who r*"m Quarters in this Dutcby. tre gone from ",j u, They ate marching- towards Dauphiny, Si I m' thattheyareto join the Army of 2?'"Mt Don Philip in the tJoontr of Nice.- we hear tbatMaf(hal B^eifle, having found the "try m&pi Eoocn carries off a great Number of People, without advancing in Proportion. The Lou of M. (fOrme, Camp-Marlhal, who waskiiled there, is generally regretted, as he was one of the heft Engineers and Miners thit the King ever had in his Service. It's faid, thac Martbal Sjxe has been in incognito at the Caa.p ot Count Lowen-dahl, in order to confuje with him the proper Meafures for the fpeidy Reduction of the place. The long Continuance of the Siege begins to tire out every Body's patience. Veldt Marihal Count Caiembcrg, in the Service of the Queen ot Hungary, who his b^en confined in the Caftc of Vilvoiden by the King's Order, is let at Liberty, upon Condition that he fhall never return within huMajefty's Dominions.-* The Enemy's Huflirs continue to make Incurfions in this Neighborhood. Oudtnbtfcb, Aug. z 1. The Body under the Command or General Baroniai, trcquently intercepts the Convoys from Antwerp to c*�e Enemy's Camp, and daily lend hither many Prhoners, and great Booty. The Garriion ot Bergen-op room ftill continues to defend itfelf ik> well, that the Enc* my gains no Ground without parchafing it with fhe Blood ot their beftOfttcecs and Soldiers. De-lertersaffuie us, that they are preparing to make in a fewD^yia gen-nl Attack upon the Works of the Town, &nd upon Fort Rover.  M^lrubt, Juguft �1. The Army of the Aflies has made another Motion, advancing ft ill nearer s to Liege* The General Quarters of bis Royal Highneis the Duke of Cumberland is at Richel, and that of Marlhji B^thianiat Ef fden. GcnCral Trips is itill in the Neighbourhood ot the Cbar-treute, aod h� Troops continue to atake Incur-fions wich great Succels. The French Army encamps at Hircourt, Flix, Slang, and Neuerhem, and extend beyond Ton*' gres. The Body �t Count Clermont, Prince of to- Brood, reaches as far as H^ffelt. The French entrench tkemfeives in a8 thefe Places, whi h looics is it they dengned toftay there fome Time. One of the Bridges which his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland bad thrown over the River under this City has been removed tOrViict. The Communication with Holland by rhe Mieft h at ptefent   an* every one of the Enemy there were kiDed or wounded They had alfo taken Poft in the Lunette of Utrecht, but a Troop of Volunteer? had drove them from thence, and they are not aftuaUy at prefent in Pof-feflion of any of our Works. Maeftricbt, Jugaft 16. According to good Advices, Marfiul Saxe made laft Sunday, Monday, and Tuefday three different Detachments of 6000 Me# each, to go 'tis fa'd to Bergen-�p-Zoom. Paffenr gers arrived here "Yefterday report that they met between BrulTeis and this City above 170 FrencJi Deferrers, of whom they enquired the Reafon of their Defertion, and were anlwered by a general Voice, That they were ready to facriiice then: Lives for the Service of the King, but would pot humour the Caprice of a General. T.aff Nigjit the Enemy attempted an Atticffbo our advanced PpR* on rhe Mountain of St. Pierre, but the goad Guard we kept obliged them to retire.. Tis reported rbfc King of France has quitted the Army* The Allies have not yet made any Motion. P. S. This Moment we learn, thar the above-mention'd Detachments made by MaiQial Sate dd rio^cakv: the lloute of Berben op-Zoom, but are defined for Dauphiny, where they are und�r the greateft Apprehecfiom of an Invafion, fjnet the King ofSardini* is let out to put bimfelf at Urf Head of the Army. Bergen cf-Zt*t�, Auguft 16. The Night before laft the Enemy chree Times attacked the Coebora Billion, and were Cicb Time repulfed with great Lois. Yefterday, being the Feaft of St- Louis, the^ amuled thcmfclves from Merning to Evening hi making a great Fire from their Artillery. Laf� Night they made mahy new Attempts, which luc* cceded no better than the preceding. However they continue their Saps, on the Side of the Lu*. nette of Zealand, which we have blown up, m or^ der co approarh the Ravelin of Dedemoo. * Extnli ef a Letter frtni Bergtirip Z�m> Attgafl ifl ' Laft Night the Fnemy made a fre{h Attack on the Lunette of Utretht, but were " repulfed with. Lofs. Tbey have attempted nothing more otl that Side, but continue to mine and carry on their Saps. We continually ruin their Works, which eoft them great Time and pains, and they have noe yet obtained a firm Footing any wbere* Thejr talk now of trying their Fortune once more oct the Kyk en de Pot. We afcurtd in Prdvifion and all manner Of Refrefhment. which relieves the Spirits of theGaxrifon, and enables them to make luch a Defence againlt the Enemies, who, we bear by Deferters, fuftrr great Want and Milery, and that they have great Numbers ot Sick in their Camp. Letter from Ouienbtfcb, Juguft xj. 1 We etpeft in a Day or two a confidefable tit* infbrcement from the Army, frbm wbcneeGene-rai Cbanclos is already arrived here. The Huffars broughc into the Camp laft Night two principal Engineers, and an Aid de Clap of the Enemies; tbey lurpmed them in their Beds in a Village near Woune. and conduced them hither without ailow� ing them TiAe to put on their Ctoa'ths. The laft* has been fent on his Parole, but 'tis faid the two former will be fent fo the Hague; The Irregulars! have likewife intercepted a Courier charged with Letters from the Camp of M.'Lowen^ahl to the Army of Marihal Saxe. We are atfured they have occanon'd great D"l cover res i we have feen the Copies of many, and among them one from a French Officer to another of his Friends, runs to the following Effcft. � We have been (iays be) tit Weeks To-day be-4 foreBergen-op-Zooin, without tnakrng any Con-fiderabk Progreis> for if with rhe greateft Lofs, �jthct in the Day or Night, we gain the lei ft Spot of Ground, we are ftrre to be diflodged the Bay or Ngbt following wtiK as much Lot  pomWe 'O aR the World.  If this General was ca-j^b^e of receiving good Cottncil, be would regard his Troop* more, tmce tite fooner be tendance* fte Enterprise jtic beitet* wbjcb 'tis generally thought be wiii be oblige co do at laft to ferh greae Confufion, We are in want of every Thing, add] tbe Oarriiort od' >he contrary, receive daily Re-frelhments in Abundance.. In a Word, my dear Friend, I wiftr to ttt^ Kong's Honour that ttis important Siege wii dti^HA. �c." HOLLAND. ExlrtS of 4 Letitr frtm the Ftigtte, dug. IS. "By "Letters trom th� French King's He�d Quarters we arc told, that Couriers pals very frequent. W between the French Court and that of Madrid, md that the former earneftly prefles the latter to cattle to be cquipp'd wiro the utmoft Diligence �'& the Men of War, Fire-ships, and Bomb-Veflcis, that it pofiably couW j-aad to join the French Squadron with ibtob which baffcaibltngatB^ft, hi order to go upon an important Expedttfpn, the bate Letters iatiowtt, tJtet.tbe Pxtwaicr's   

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