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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - November 14, 1847, London, Middlesex XVI. _Occurrences. From SATURDAY N member the 14th, to T\J ESD AT Tsc/vembtr fhc 17th. 1747. . 'win stri.td t�r.t fritt^ which b)ought three RUSSIA. riwlu,f.h, Oi. : I. I u 1 I ,ir?i:il. tfnt the March or ! .Hoot n' - i.'i Troops order h'-id fhal L-i i is an ^fr'.ir y-'.f.crJi de.iJ.d; but that the ;-�� ';� ujt '� which hive arfen v 1 i.-.pec"t to their PafTige, -' t.rpcli k>> iefo!vc th'.y lhafl : i ' i '.nu Affair an be fettled. J.- tv M d'Allion hi f-r.ler to chinfie eC)�'- Sentiments will hive no fit, a!' '"i1' A: g j i.- .:ts being nice, tad often ro ;B rclu' a. lii'Einpreis is n:u. h more fhuck 1 1 the rf^ioninj 1 prs,and if i:s refoIveJ to prifidt in her R;-iitu n, in ip'.i-: oi ail the Engines that Fiance Fttriburfb, 0.1. ii. Within tbefe few Days pail :vm\Cruritrc hive arrival at Court from Per- , one of vhich tm brought the ifildgrceabic thr fh,' Wjiehnuies of the Ruflnn and -.dill) .Ni:''""^ in the Ghjian have beejaplunder-
*> For's. and other o,'ordered to he �d:td to the Fortifications i;w'�Ci y, are aWo:} tinillud i lo that in a v:rv nleTitne vie iinil have ncthi-.g to his Fa-r "y theTieaiy o! Worms, nortrom the oilur va:.utcS which he has Reaion to expeft, in .""^ration ut the vigorous Support which he 6'ven ;ior many ye�ts t0 thc Cotnroon Ciule. GERMAN Y. P'tym. 03. 18. YefJerday the AlFembly of the Scaues of this Kingdom was opened , and we hear t'nr the Court drmjnds ioo,oco Floiins for the Military Che/}, 2�.o3o for the Fort//i;ations, and i~:,z~o for other Occafions; belides ijoso Re-^tu';:s, ii42 HorIVs to icmoant the Cavalry, and izj 1 tor the Dra�;oon�. Himburtfi, Nev. 7. The Agent of France in this C ty has received a Remittance of 600 000 Livres, which is intended ro be lent fo S.ockhol.Tt, to T.tisfy ||ic Conditions of the Tteatf ot Subtidy thathismoft ChiW'un ,M./e/}y his Jately renewed with the Crown of Sweden. Cologji. Nov. 4. The Burhgers met Yefterday to conftder of a Propolal made to thena to permit 8=oo Aoiftrian Troops to be quartered here during the Winter; and we are informed, that it his been provifionilly refo.'ved to be excakd from complying with that Demand, imitnuch as an Admi/Ti-m of thofe Troops would be an In-fr-tdtioa of the Neutrality of tbe Empire; but that on the otrt f Hind, the Affembly was well dilpoled to come into an Agreement with the Aurlrian Generals upon that Sub/eft, and in the mean Time would lend a Deputation to the Court ot Vienna,ice. Liege, Mru. +. The Army which remiined in the Neighbourhood ot Mieilricht leparated the Day before Yefterday; The Hanoverian Troops marched the next Day, and are to an ive at Venlo the 9ch Inftant, frotn whence they ate to go to Nimeguen. Li��c Nov. ic. All the Towns and Vjil'ees in this Xei^hbojrriood fwafm with Alijed Troops who have taken Quarters thrre, and Nadifly's Rt-gimcnt of Huffais is expedted in our Suburbs, which nifes the Price ot Provisions ot ail Sorts confiderably. V.aifhil Lowendahl demands Quarters in this City tor two Regiments of Iruncfa Troops. FLANDERS. Brulfl!, Nev. y. The Navigation 0*' the Scheld towaois Benren-op-ZootB is greaiLy interrupted by the Englifh Frigates and other armed Velfci* that ere pofted at fome DifUncc froai Focc LiiiO. They write from Offend, that the Fifhery upon that Coafl towards Dunkirk, Calais, and Dieppe, is almoft totally deflroyed by tbe Enemy's Ships. The Mortality among the Cat;ie, which has ceated near two Years in this Province, is broke out gain in this Neighbourhood. We learn trom Miefrri.hr, that nine Regtneni* of Hanove-lions and H-.iIians are lately co.uc to garrilon -h ie, that the Auirrim r.-giilar Troo[� h.ve taken Qiarteis io the Dutchics of Luxcivibouvg aod Limf>onrg, but th i-' : 1,1.-1*. hi ;-e . w-.> Vxes. An ExtrtS cf i Ut:tT f-'.-n Kv.ttrLm, JUni S.r.. 14. I. mcil he-rti y congiatu'^t- y^u oa trs 5 icceis and gallant bsh.vioui of Ad.s.'iu'. i-ai"> t��i">� the F.cn-h \'e.i ot War, whi-h I hope u iii 10 Jif* trcis their TnJe, th>t inipirrol the.r Su^c-els on the Confincnr, we ihi',. it ]aft loice them to an honourable Peace: I don't doubt but we lhall yej be able to give a good account ot their Merchantmen tbat bjVe tor the prelent mule their Ef�ape. We have been under fome Arp.ehcnli�ns of a Ri* ot Jn this Cry tot tomeDvS p.;K There bas been great murmuring artong tne Bjiahers, many of whom faid publicly, tliey would have their City govern'tf according to ancient Cuflom; thac the Bukgomrffets had inttinged upon their Priy/. liges, by givng the Places or confiderable Profit cq their Sons, Daughters, &c. and the fmal'er tfi)Cy bellowed on their H-d \.'al 's orMen, to take fii^p off their Hands, which were; intended for the Sup-; port of decay'd Burghers. A Petition was drawn up, left at an Office for fuch Burghers to fign as ' thoo&ht proper, and upon the i6rh of laft Month pretentcd to the Bargotnaftets for Redteis. Thefc laft anl weied that nothing could be done without the Content of the whole Vroctfchap, that there would be a Meeting> and they would give an Am-wer in a Week. This Petition in the mean Time was Printed, aad to be fold by the Bookleilers. On Monday was ten'night the whole Voetfcnap rter in cnrStadthoufc; aboura Dozen Brgheis unr . jm'ou with their Petition, and as it hjd nude a ^riar noile, tho�lands ot the common Peoplt h*d cd-coripa/Tcd the Sudthoule * 4nd i cieiitvel may fiy tnoutands wrre wi-.hin. 1 he Petitioners then were not 10 compUilant as fectore. but demanded Re-drels witrrout Delay, ordered t'nt the St^utnoufe Bell fliould Ring, that evei y Buromalf r anf every odi ot the Voetfcnap Ihould n�r., rtnd t en thdV Sectetaxy fhoutd deJarc, by reading it behind the Stadtboule, that all Pofts and PLces, gre*c and: imai:, should be fold to Proteitants only ; that the M�jney arafing l^iould be appopriated ro the ule of the Country, provided ovner Cities did the 1 me i ir not, it was to help to pay tne Tax on Houles ir. Rotterdam only. Ali th.s *as complied withj'and tnen every Man went to his own Home vwrnour. any Mitcbkt, and molt People thought it was a good Tiling. This Point being gain'u, the People that appear'd, which were none ot the-better tore of Burgbers, though it was laid there was many of thole tnat countenanced th.-m, began to declare what they wojJd do next $ ialhorr, tney were tor ovcrlettirrg the whole Conltitution ot the Ci'y, and very bad Confluences were to be e.rpe ...i, and, like all other Mote, generally let oc but know not where toltop� Ti.-is Lcit>p, 'pread, other Cities followed their �xns-p.�. prated i'r-pers were fluch up at A.n:ler,a.c, k- r.d J�-mandeda, the Rotterdam Burgheis had dcr.e. were ^niweicd that two or the Bmgoma.ie,s weic it the Hague, one w�s f.CK, a,id that only one \*a$ j.i the Sudtr.oui'c. Upon vihicn tney i,s?.if? to be: outrageo-s, brOKe into n,e L'ur^omi:le;Chiin b:i, dtcve ihrou^l* ali the Rooms m tne i>�dthoufe� biokc the W inuows, and .u-.n.G,tieu l.v -..a. Oat> ri^csi lorced into tne Room >m.c.c .1,. Co,umiC� fioners lat to iceei7e t:,e f wo p.r Ccn-.. on the Dam there was at Ud , n.i with :i�u*.n difficii.'.y
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