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   London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - September 1, 1847, London, Middlesex                                a.. XLV!. Put ^^^^^ SVUMB. 67. CCURRENCES From TV ESDAT September the ift. ro SATURDAY September the 5th, 1747. Ivmjloft arrived 2 Briti/bTackefs, which brought 1 Holland Mail From the LONDON-GAZETTE. Hague',Septmber t. Mm \IL tbe Members of the Regency and Magistrates, of the Province of Overyflel htve agreed to contribute joo Florins a Piece for the Service of the Publitk. It is computed thefe Contributions will amount, for the Magif-traces and Regents, to about ^Hco Florin*, befides what . it is expected win* ^Honrributed by the other Inhabitants of that ^H^n-af Zocm, Sept. U Yefterday in the After* ^^Bn there was a fraait Cannonade both from a^kWfown^nd Camp, which lifted tin near Mnd-Ct, when a Signal was given from, the Baft ion pile for a general Fife of all the Artilleiv and [Afros, which was imaoediateIy executed -with regularity, and continued till lour o'Clock Jie Morning. At break of Day we could fee ; the Enemy's Lodgments were quite railed.- fix o'CIOck they went to Work again, tore-ftheir Lodgments s and we are now preparing tw Our Fire in the fame Manner as la:! ik, in which our Artillery loft but n Men. tiive juft received at Captain and Miners Maeftrichr. ta-tfKfioat, Sept. i. since my Letter of tbe he Enemy have repaired their Lodgm&nts, !fcave gained no new Ground; The Day be lore erday they fprung a Mine alraoft orpofite to Angle of the Ravelin of Dedem, towards the , which (hook part of our GaHery, and k.ilied 1 Men. Our Mittefs hearing rhe Enemy �t Work one of our Mines, as it they meant to wuh-theCharte, let Fire to it in the Evening, Mich the French Miners were killed; and YeP lay, it One of the Clock in the Morning, we ling another, which did great Execution.  We [ififl Mafters of the Lunette of Utrecht, having Command of 60 Men in the Redoubt, and a jferve in tbe Gallery under the Lunette; from sttce foe Swiffers, with an Officer tallied lift iht about Midnight* threw down the Sacks of Fth, and fet Fire to the Gabbions of the Ene-which burned two Hours, arid cave' �JB back : into the Gallery, eicept one Soldier who was Prifoner by an Earth Sack's falling down an him. Our Fire is of late much luperior to :ohbe Enemy. ,8ept.i. Our ^ft Advices from Bergeft-op-am continue to be favourable. The Berteged efend tbemfehres with equal Vigour and Refo-":~n, whilft the Enemy feem to be tired and Iarmed with the long Refinance of that Place. . Lowendahl has been obliged to difmourrt part his Cavalry, who do Duty at prejtrrt in the tenches. For thefe feveral Days paft the French not made the lea ft Progrels. On the Jlft the Enemy being ftifl apcrehenfive that the �mfon might fprmg fom* other Mines under the tmette of Zealand, chofe to* prevent them, by �mg it up entirely themfclves.  But while were endeavouring to compfea't a nafw Lodg-ent upon it, the Gamfon aprde a S*By, in which ey fet Fire to their Gabbkrhi and fafcinesv-i ftill however ferfift- in' compleating this gaent, without which it is immpotfible for .       Attack the Ravelin of Dedem: And they , u fnoeavourrng likewife to erect Batteries upon geCounterfcarp. to oatfe* the fa id RaVelin fa reach* The Prince of Orange's Birth Day was celebrat* J �� Friday by a prodjg ions Firing from the [own, which, according toaU Accounts, did the toemy 1 great deal of Mffchiefc Otv the id fnftant t Garrffon fprtmg two Mines ; the firft under * ; Counterftarp, oppofire to the Left of the Lu* E"� of nrrecht, which totally deftroyed the* JJfoy i Lodgment> and blew up a whole Com-P�ny �f thek Grenadiers. The other Mine was P�r� under the fame Lunette with great Saccefs, m entirely ruined the Works the French had been Wj�tiog forfrvenvt Days. Letters received this "Pm Oudtnhofech Mora, us, that an Company, with their Omrers, hadde-rjjtw mm the Enemy, and was arrived at that AbmtkrOfct, <4*ftff *?. A*?**" loft, his Majefty** Sloop the Viper !?�*,th J*6ftotSouth-Se� Ship, of  rt L'Orienr, called the Duke de Charters mounted with 30 Guns, and 19* Men, Burthen about 700 Tons, laden with Beef, Flpwer, Brandy, Wine, and Oyl, and had alio on board 3 Mortars, and a great Number of Shells.  C pain Barrirtgcon has brought her Into Mounts Bay. The End of the LONDON-GAZETTE. ITALY. �� ~ lurin, Aug. x 1.' TpHE late Chevalier de Beileifle's Army is fe-X parated. Twenty Batulious are gone to join the Marfhal. and the Remainder is diviicj into two Bodies, one of wij^h encamps in :be Neighbourhood of Gap, under the ConnunJ of M. d'Argouges, Lieut, Gen. and the oih:> ^ n? . - C / : iv: an Army of jf Auftrian Batulioas, a.ij 2if  o PieUinontcle. Cbttnberry, 4�g. 13. Ten new Bitt liun^ have pals'd thro* here t� Rcinfurce Mninjl Bejicille; this General is in the County ot Ni.e; from whence we hear that the ip.obinid Troop-, of Francd and Spain'dtfign to ail along x\\n R'rvieta of Pqnent, fn Concert with tbe G=-..cgk, ior which End they w;re already in M^rch to enter the Territory of th�t Repuhllck. They add, tat a Body of Troops had been left near Nii.e, where they were intrenched, anJthdcfhcy contirfued to' fortify Monralban and Viflafranca. ti E N M A R t. HimMrg, Aiauft .9. Letters from UttYin affjre Us, that that Court is very* bufy-in difpoiibg the warlike Powers to an Accommodation, and that Mcffengers aire conftinuifiy goin^ backward and forward between Berlin, Paris, London and the Hague* Thefe Advices .add, that the Difference* between the Courts of Berlin and Vienna werr up. on a good Footing, and that they did not doubt but they would be terminated amicably, to thcS*-tisra&icfe 0/ both Fatties. GERMANY. PumU,JMg. 23   It is certain that Prance has made new propuiitions of Peace, under the Mfiliation of the King of i'rulfia > but at prefenc none of tltt Partkulari traafpirc. FLANDERS. JbdtAs Jag. t\. The Governor of Bergtfn-op-toom caokd two Mines to be fpTurjg YefWday, which did much Damage to the French, who were tinder Arutf ail the Night between Thurtday and Friday,on Account of trn? terrible firing from the. Place} and the Dfcfertcrs Reporr, that in that Night and the Day following, one of their Regiments alone loftafbout ?so Mien. The Regiment of laffcrry, which was in the Town, has been tent into the Lines, and it is ftid, that there are po more than \i% Men in h > bat it had been al-iready touch -weakened in the Defence ofSiodberg . before it came to BcrgerH>p-Zooraj General Cron' firon diily vifics the Batteries, and Pofts* and the Troops which are relieved every x# Ho�rs, bc-hate with eirraordinary ^iety and woofotver dHtinguiihes himfelf itrewarded on the Spor  <'iei y.  The third operated near the Left Lunette. fu: Work ror the Batreries, which are to batter � ;j ye.�:h. wa% continued the fame Day, duriofl which Time we hid fix Orlicers wounded, five Sol-c.'rrs killed, arid 34 wounded.  The fame Day i f ie\n Marinal detached by the King from tbe Gran:! A  charge ir6m aU our^ Carman,. Mortars, Pierriers. arid Mulquetry; which we redoubted this Mora-ing* on Qccafron of the Anoiverfary �� the Birth of the Prince StadtheldeTj and we have juft now given them the third Compliment, Three hundred Bombs have been ihxown into their Works fince laft Blight, which have caufed great Ravages aid Coofnnop amoogft them. In* a Word, their Compliments on St.Louii's Day w? fcive pakl the^tJttecfoid. Gmoocm oinanvmejj their Batreries with Oiangc^edotjrra Ribbonsj the Gar* siion h�* b^ko-tegaled^wi^aliSons ofRefrefb-meets, and the gre*te# Vmcity and joy appears) in every Face. Genenll CbancJo) has. contcrttd luch KicalKVrs witn Baroo Ciorfftrooj and the Prince of Hefle Pbilipftmtt as mull either oblige (he French to�iirc oyer the^cge- or.laaifice their Army it' chejr perftlt in carrying their Point. HOLLAND. fiiiue, Aug. 50.  A Proclamation is juft iflued r by the Qooncri of State, importing. That being ' joiormed t&cxe is not a Cu^cknt Number of Pio-   

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