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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - October 27, 1847, London, Middlesex 01 , XLVI. Nvmb 83* From CCURR ENCES- TU-ES-P^F Ocf^r chc 27th, to SATURDAY OBober rhc -ill n.;7 E \ F R A L Count Aithero a I -!:-enant C >(o' ' pffi t'S, ir..! t It is tep.ir ej. true a uaht A-'vice. rl-a.r.ck.d rhc C-i. the G ii '~s d j,i Mono ;.Ca h*ri f i'h:r Litv'' w "i! h'th made . font- o:iur i-rs. wiiii " * p ^; j 11 o hv Sea. |>i 'por.-r. an. tUthC amor* *bi bare one D- ,,nJone Hutch Ship ami two Citil.n liJivs, ' ,rpr f t"d w i' tl ^ I CS. ,o. The King has .'etached 6 B tra-;n nicer to !< l iiue.l hv a like Nu.nb t of Aul-Battalion*. The Prince de Csrionon is alf=* Mi! uit'':a Body ot Troops in rne Val'ey of tn nuke a Diveilion, and favour the lien- of ton Leutrum. f/J ii. The Campaign is at U(\ .n'fh-s-xr, a- ompaned by the t r h-,tani R pimi-nts belonging to it ha.e beeun at :e:1 he s, w.; iv !i :-n-hrloie Yd-hr Ri wcL'nd-i' J of b; (uics the (vfi-i r the I) y hx. Thr Ar'.nn tlufl'asfell up^.n thr Km the Mir>h towsln-ir W in'.n �( 0i' T"-.>p> urdrr Cot'�r n'i ('ja: V\'r.ir, I-1itr1 o otcrr-^dthrm. \V� know not yet how \\ inter Qjartfrs will be diipoled, but a, the if. hive a.orfiJu-iWe tne Ncig!-�our- od we are alfured, that above ico.ooo Men wiH in the Countries newly conquered. I
orc,a'c Lewis ihc Wc"-be-"Tfd? What Advantages too have not ievcial Mit-i^ers taken, whom thev were delirous ot en-g�gir.g to execute certain TreatifS, which, as may luv been oblerved, were no loonrr ratjned than v io'jt-d ? T�o Thirds of there extraordinary Expences. the Machina i >ns, and Pcillduoufnels of :re Court ot Meridillrs, ins 1'cnd^.ed ineiTtdui!, The Iir tiili Coj.t r.oac\er docs not live in S*cjrity _and IJ.'erchi and one may fur'her lay, thu th. King and h:x \:inilters do Q^t tru!t the Succcls 01 the n xt C ai.paign, neither to the Mulcovtte Succours, I'j icnp in V in expvclcd, nor to the great Aug-m-ntation that it is laid the Dutch will tr.ake by Land andSea, nor to any Thing favourable chat n:ay have been laid by the Court ot Berlin, and oth.-rs in the North, whi^h, it is to he t--ared, are to) trrongly chaintd to the Intercft of Fiance', but they ippiehend that Things will go on as tnty have hitherto done finie the Conomcnce cent ot the War, the Chevaiier Champignv, Minilter Irom Cologn, is frequently in Conference the Minilliy, who ate negotiiting ior a Body of io 0. iiooo Men of that Electorate. There is mud Tj1< too 01 hiring a Body of SwifTers-, buc ic h Irared hit this la It Dclign will meet with lore Dirficu'ty in its Ex�utions by the Obftaa^s utiich the Frtnch wi�i throw in the Way ot tuch a '^e,j..ciation. Extnd of a friwe Ltutr frtm Arrjfrerdam, 0*. 17-Ic may be drpended upon, thac u certain Man or Quality wc lately intiulled with a Negotiati-m otguatlmportir.ee* has dil.harged itvsitfi tbe ut-mo.t i:teprcachable Fidelity, tnough net perhaps with abluiute Sucttls. He declaied ac his Return, that he had met with a Reception as Uir, as friendly, and as tui! of AfFcction, as he could %* ifh trom a Minilter, weli known in thisCoun-try lor theSttength ot his Abilities, and the Bo-litenels ot his Manners. That this Minister to:d him, with great Clearnefs and Candour, that the Allies ot Holland would do every Thing tor her, piovhied they law her in Earnest diipocd to do ail that was in her Power; in Earnelf ;or herielt, that the pretcnt War was a W^r ot Neceility noc ot Choice, and bad fucceeded-bettcr, ir it had been originally carried on as i'uch j that the Att.ck on the Queen of Hungary was a Proof ot the Spirit with whish this Hostility was begun, and ought to have produced a finable Spirit on the other Side; that the Want of this Spine had done ,! gieat deal otMil.hiet; that the Delve ot lecing the War loon orer, had occafinned tbe Length or it i and that an hi timed Frugaii.y had produ-d an exceifive Expence. But that ho*eve. the Bu-linels was now to look forward, France fad ihewn netfeif the implacable Enemy of ihe Re-publick. and itjwas Time thu the Republic^ ihould treat this over-bearing Powers as an Enemy in her Turn \ that wjtiiout Doubc the Maritime Powers acting w;tr,our Rcf rve, might dhlreis rhe Huufe ot Bourbon as much hy Sea, as they had done their Neighbours by L*nd i and th * t whenonce the W^r was ma ,e in Earncft, ;nd with the whole Forie the Cojrifcderates were able rotxe. t, it would be alio made w;thSuccefs. Ir Js believed that chne Arnuroenu have had their Wright, and if Peace � not a a de this Winter, the Face of War will be e xireamly changed in the Spring. It is very evidtnt, that the Ratty which hav� hitherto been averlc to our coming toExtre.ui-tiev wir'-i Fiance, are no longer confider.ib.e in this Country, fome having changed their Sentiments from Conv)tton; andothe.s being rfhatned to protefs any longer Notions, that Expdicnce has Ihcwnto be as falfe, as tbey were long ago diov d to be by Reafon. But notwjchitandirrg this, it is apprehended, that to avoid a direct Change m our Conduct, we fhall for iorae Time ptrhll in the Profecution of vigorous Mcaiure?, without a dire
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