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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - September 22, 1847, London, Middlesex Vol. XLVI. ue Occurrences From TV ES DAT September the 22d, to S ATU RD AT September the 26th, 1747. rtr.. ,.�,/<-!// ""'^ 2 Briti/h Packets, vhicb bought 1 Holland ITALY. Ai/f/ef. ^|J.jf 30. ON Account of r.'ie Penetration which the Queen has diPovered in (be mod important Aft"< ir<;. and tHe pood and fage Advie her M'jedy his erven on many Ocofior.s. this pre a Princels has hern adraiired to 1 aili'^ in" rhe Deliberations ot theCotmul ihrrcfbc is to be -onlu'ite.! in ail Affairs 'riiuui � :ved to penetrate into Fran e by t/,.(j,rt.-ienc Wan at a Tune, nd chat Measures ""io -oncrrcd, rh.;t 'tis thought imprac-ti-p.. tor V�ifinl r-el'-'ifl. 'O pttvent it. ,t/i�, vi.?. The King of Sardinia has nvde ,',! In: ice'- to the Cou:t otVjenni, to in i:' iT.ili'-'n *' the County of Anghiers, i.ed t'ui m c'-e l.d Treat* ; hut the I
a nu - �' I) olition neccflary tor an AlTau t ; ci-nti'iii.ab'.e t>' he ordered fourteen Corr-ranics m (iret"<,fitis, thirteen isaujitons, too Vo'ituifs. ir. 900 Labourers to the hme N.ht to the f.-_f�./j� of the Tr-tttbc, to be in a Condition ^pc. n'fs ot Guonliets, Supported by as rmny Bat-ta-Ts, 4ii i flowed by 300 labourers > three B.k.lies ot M nets, tvstniv C^nnoniers, and tkmry W.ihrui were appointed at the lame Tir to mcm k the Btfiion on cite Right, and a Re Nu-t>er were provided lor that on the Letr, "Ko C. ti.pcnirs 01 Gienadieis, pTeceeded by too Vi ur.titi'., ,ud iupporttd by one BiCtalion and t�o C 1. t-r.ies ot Auxiliiries, with 300 Labour-t's,v't e i!;-ii,ed to attack the Hall Moon. Ah (kit Tioops weie iiH�n out by Four in tru M":ni-!g, at a Signal whj,h wa's piven tiy a d,.:.h.: ni.inarfte ot all the Mott. d S'^oid in Hand. Tiu Enemy ranged thetufelves, during this 1 ime, upon the Spoc, aDd ,an the neighbouring *n:�ts, trom �henve they made, a brisk tire upon ur l.oop,, in(i Jctendcd themlelves with Vi-g ;r, hut were at iatt obliged to leave the Town, dir.. �, y by ^'""B a R�re*t. The Sol-tT\\, tms Tl[I)ei lefin6 theailclvcs Milters of" whY-h11"*' c�luld not bc rcflra'ned from pil'aftirg, in **�*, however, done *khas much Regul.-ftin t^5 " scncrally oblerved in luch C�ciuj> vff'u'0" 15 ^Towri wis taken, the Forts Roan-/ o r �nt' ancl l,ilCn' dcf,rcd to cap.tulate, J tit (jarriions were made Priiooers or War> t-ivL tUt of thc t0rt of the South, or W�. - 1 ^ns. At prtfent we do not know the Num- ber of the killed and wounded of this Day. There is abnuc i6--o Prjfoncrs, befides ico OrH-ers. We found in the Town and the Forts, more th-in i�o Pieces of Cannon, and we leized forne VelTels wni h were then in the Harbour, laden with Prov ifions. Bruffli.S'ft. 17. The Englifh and Hanoverians who w re P.iloners in France, and the Number of whoin js 6zo, having been exchanged and brought here, ire to lec forward To-morrow, �n order to join tbc Array of the Ai ks. The raiir tary C'le'ts ire expected in this Town to-nifthr, where the other Cherts are to arrive lucceflively, which indicnes the approaching Return of the King. ^Vc were in great Perplexity about the Sieg,-of Be.gen op Zoom, at tr.e Inftant that le-v ril Couriers artiv.d with the News of i;s being taken by Ailtult Yellerd^y Morning i that tbc King's Tro >ps toup,ht in tne Town two Houis with the Troops ol the Gairilon; that on this OtCilion a greit Number wete killed, and that eye.; ihe btiecs were lined with dead Bodies, and a I :nofc fall ot Blood. And we are informed, t.nc the Fury ol our Men was lb gfeu, tha- the Orfi-teis could not rdrrain the cd here from Stcer.bergen, to low.d loon attcr by fevcral R'-giments 'hit had been in the Lino, and thc Renins of the Gtriion of Bergen-op-Zoom. All the Pa ti uiirs w: cm Lollttt as to tne Lots ot the Place tallow. As loon as tru fcttemy entered the Town, they n,�rch.d- without Delay towards .'tn� ot the Mtrqatlat", vshere the pnncip.l Otfi eis ot the t��mion were together, with the Magidr tes ot the Town. Wr;i,c they were labouiing to tuive the One, the Pri.ice of HefTe Philipihal ordered two Regi nent� to advance, at thc Head ol whi;h he attacked thc Enemy with luch Vigour, that they were obliged to give Way, and this enabled him to rekue thole who were in the Palace be-t jre mentioned. Ic was here that the Dilpute was molt obifinate and bloody, and that the French, notwithstanding nil their Advantages, were twke lepulied, and had been actually driven out, if '^hey h -. Camp cue 1 tth and i6th, without bein^ put I'ued by the French. We do not yet exactly Kri'�w what Lots was ludained by the Surprize of that place . and though ic mud have bten very confidenbl:, ic is not in the l''dd doabted, buc that che French I < - ft double the Number. The bl uphter male hy (he Scoccn Regiment ot Coliyer, wno would nei-'ner give nor take Quarter, was terrible; tnev fo\?ht wjrh an Ardour worthy of the highed Praii-. a-gaind 3:03 French, who endeavoured to lurround them, buc couid not accompli h their D-ngn.- Thisjgaiiant Corp r- n- Retreat. Geneni Crondro.n. line, h . V . here, has, in concert wirn fliron ScFwr z-: b < . a and Count Chmilos, tak:n tir ne ed'-:y \* -1 :res and l-\ccau ions co opp leche ti,t �� !t( prizes ot tne trenchj t'iey have ir-.ii cd T.� r-i \ ora being intuited, the l',an< v*.hut- i-a' c- r b'ing dcicnded by a go-~.d oicce:). ite'ob -e is ituc-ceffihie b/ che Inund and lo is. Kl.rdei, which >us i k-w ii- been reinfwrced with a D.tath ticnt. W i! mt, ; dr, as wei: hoiii its Siuianon as ir m '-he R-t.-ih -nts wiiicn havf b en Sent theie, is in iiur? C ^r.djti-on ot licence, *s not apprenen.! any En'erpr;ze-, It is tbtrero.e -'iought the French wit; turn r.-ieir Vicws another Wav. We are infotm: , thit th*y ju.'t if informed thc Bqdy b- in e Lilio.and h.ve lent Artiiiesy thither. Genefai Zon'e, whnCo'n and$ in iourh Beveland his c^ken the jnhil Maiures to prcventan Invalion from fucceedinj. A Cou-ri;T is jud arrived from his Royal Hijhnels the Duke of Cumberland, wicn the good Ne*' or the Aj�proacb of thc Gr^nd Army. CI, Zoutelgnd is Dead at Steenberg of the Wounds th*i he received in che Fight which fuccee.led the Surp, iie of Bcrgen-op Zoom. Jbonn, Sept. 20. We have rranfporred mod of the Sic . and Wounded that were in the Holpicals here, to Rotterdam ; which as it is rruch toi their Comfort, is alio not a little for our Eife, as we are at preient diipoling every Thing for our Defence. A 1 tench Drunj arrived here on Moaday, buc whac wis his Bunnel's we cannot it)-. Hz ownrd at his riid coning into the Town, that the F.encri had lod a va It Number of Men in the Storm, but added, that the Sj.-vfvors had ^oc a great Boo v, which is but too true. Tno.e Gre-nauierb hfd every one or them a Pidole be ore ifry marched to the Attack, and wh -t '-Vine they would diink. This PKce is in a �ood ConJiti;n, and our'artery upon the D>l ifl i?-, irf' order to catch the Packer. I aoa dr.r-k to the Soul, to think t'>at the Biood and Tre*!'ure of England thouid he Ipenc to lerve and lave an ungrateful Sec of Rilcals. Ti-.t our Prin.e is tadtr riveted, and cjn weed out Bribery, Things will noc go be.rer than chey have done. P. S. It I hear any Thitt^ worth your Notice, I on fhall hive a Line To-morrow wi:h th** Yoi. Anotbir ExtriH tj x L.rtee Isgj Kumrl^in, J::-.i '��_?- As I promifed in mine or Yetterj3y I tlierefore write, bat is to P.uictii.ra tve luvelew mm: than
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