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   London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - December 19, 1847, London, Middlesex                                P U E s _ Q C C URJR Numb. 99 ENC E S from s^Tl/W^D^ the I9th, to TV ESD AT December rl,r aad,     arrived j Britifli Packets which brought From ,he LONDON-GAZZETTES. Hague, Dec. �7,N. S. A  , f yvti the States of OveryfTel arnv on ivea [wui>�;J -0. .... of that Province, by which the Dignity of Stadtho!der is made hereditary in the Prince cif Orange's Family, both in the Male and Fe.r�le Line; without any jufaidioas whatibever. The folemn Deputation from Zsato3 i'pon the faire Occafion has been expeSled ferethefc three Days; bat as the Yacht that brings & Deputies has not been heard of fmce laft TuelHay, ; is greatly feared fome Accident has happened to her ' nolent Storm we had here laft Ttsefday .\igfar, rh the like is hardly remembred in this Country. fi vice AdmraJ Schry ver iaikd that very Morning ----c�i ,,;fh the Fleet un- rfwhich - rTexel in order to go to Sea with the Fleet un-tortwTexei, inu        c      bectl heard of fince; t ^O^niM^Tcn his Account, as well �arc in e&W^^&A.  The Packet Boat c are in ^.^^^Z^i.  The Packet Boat tobe5ygh rfthisW�WVll^^r^t'fivc to Heivoet-f^^We^SS laft Night by an hvs.alt>ignt-.________ ^ the Day before, the Rome, Nov. : * private Conn'lory, Burghers havjng aucinuivu ^ � . - , kr had Jrat to their Maty (Hates, who were then met miiBmWs in the Stadr-�oule, to know their Reio-lation in roaid ro the Stadtholder's CormufTion and rhe hereditary Succcrtlon. To which the Magi'trates kvinE given their Content, a Deputation from the Sarsh'TS of that Town arrived here this Day to ac-pmk the Pr'rnce of Orange with the Retoiution ot dot Regency. Rotterdam, Dec. 13. Wc have vet no Account fen Zealand of the Damage that la1} Tucfday's Stoim bs done to th.- Shipping there and in the Scheld ; the Aired Veffels at the Pas have (uttered much in their MsandRigEi'-.g. As Admiral Schryver's Squadron is not mentioned in the Tex ell iff arnongfr the Ships that are either lo!t or have iuffcred, there are Hopes thatthev have received no Damage. Ail the Ships.in Helvot Road drove. His. Britannick MajeffVs Ship Margate and ferret sloop, lot each a Ma!f, and Orders ra: imcdiately gi\en from the Admiralty of the Haeff, to their Storekeeper at Helvoet, to f pplv them. ATraniport from Williamfiadr with Invalids and recovered Men, was on Shore, but the People were all On the ioth the Pope held a hich he cave the Hat to Cardinal Telrino, and conferred upon him at the tame Tiac fevcial Titles and Congregations. leghorn, Nov. 17. The Duke of Richelieu has been lardy to the Spezzia, efcorted by four of the Republick s Galiies, to give Directions for that Place being put in a proper Posture.of Defence" Liege-, Dec. 1:. A Pa fage has been granted through this State, for whatever Forage, Flour, Wheat and Rye may be necefiarv for forming his. Britannick Ma-jefty's Magazines. Marfhal de Saxes Baggage is fee out for Paris, but he was at RrurTelstbe 10th Infant. Liege, Dec. !<. Marihal de f owendahl is come to Mm,, and it is thought that Marihal Saxe will fet out To-morrow for Pans. Hague, Dec. 19. The States General published Ia$ Saturday three Placards relating to the Tr.:de with France: The firtr contains a Prohibition of all Wines, Brandy, rerined Sugars, Syrups, Paper and Salt of the Proioce of France or of the French Colonies. The fecowl prohibits the Infamce of all Ships, Goods and FifeSs belonging to the French. And by w.c third, *e Subjects of rhe Republick are ablolutely forbid , carrying on Trade for the life of anv' of the king's Subjefts. The Placard relating to the Exj oration of Corn, &c is not yet publiihed. The Ac- ey were both f tranded near Zuriczee, and one of "on.�is thought, will never be got off. Admiral   who ra,lcd tnat ve,T Day iu 3 Yatctt, to . at ^Texel, put intoHoom with great uiftculty; but we hear that the Fleet weathered the 5tonn wahcRst any material Accident. The Prince of lsLe"tirlel7 recovered ofhis late Indifpofition. Whitehall Dec. M. The King has beenpleafed to �aware and appoint Charles Ruflel, E% to be firft n^n-n ^econd R�6i!�ent of Foot Guatds, com-SW� ^ tbc CoWft�am� cemmanded by the Right Anne Earl of Albemarle, Lieutemnt Ge-�gl * ho Hajefty*s Forres. And Hedworth Lambton, "J to be Second Major to the &d Regiment. Johtf ofRiter Second Ma>orto the Third Regiment EaiKfr?* canrtBiided^bv the Right Hon. John S-tS^-r^'rf Ws Majefty's Foot Forces. ^irZr0^''' Efir'to iWrSit Colonel of the 2 Ite0^ commanded by -Mark Xerr,�i^   as to enable us to pay the Officers of the Army in ItaJyievcry fix Months regularl-, witbosr leaving Arrears from one Half Year to another. As by Venue oftheie Dit-pofitions, the tonk of this City will be abie to rurnhh a certain Sutj of Specie, rhe Co rmiftoners who are entruted with tbe Manageaient, have made Repr.. ii-ntatioos to Court on this Subje:t. Cplbwrath s Ac-giment, whiciv is here in Garrifon, bejng, with Tjraaa's dei� ned for Italy, they are to march ume-diatelv for that Country. Repreientations having been made at Court, that a Number of Invalid Officers being in manv of the Pigments, thole Regiments ceroid not be of that Advantage as might naturally be expected from them if thofe Ortlcers were replaoed by others; Bpon which the Colonels of all fach Corp were ordered to give in avdft Lifts of all fuch Oficrs as are incapable of Service, that a luitabic Provi/ion miy ie made for them. Vienna, NoV, % rirjce is pquefled of ail the Q^ialiricatipns that form a Heroe, and trained up to Greatncis by the Leflons and Example of a Father who inherits all the great Talent* of his Predeceflois and the Royal Infanta is adorned w irh ail the Virtues of the rno.c diilir.guiOied of her Sex, joined to the warmeft Zeal f*r rhe true Inteieits of Mankind. Hague, Dec. 7. His Prullian Majeffy's Mini ler has renewed his Infhmces in verv rrjfiing Terms chat none of the Vetfeis under his M-'jejy's Colour'- may be d'tC-turbed, but be lurfered to continue their PaiTagr for the Ports to which they are bound, upon producing thejr Panes. * Extract of a private terrar f-cm the ' Tague, dated Decerrber ij, N. S. The rrany litt'e Impediments \\ hich have hitherto) retarded the netting of the k-veral Minillers *r Ai< la Chapelk, are at laft a'l hap-i.v rc^rov.-d ; 2nd they have oc&jaily lent ievercliy to that Place to ha\ e Hc-j-les, &c. taken for their Reception ; and as O'ders ure* gone to all the Troops in that Town., and its Ne:ah bouihood, to draw 0':" to other i':.ices arfointrd tor then, at lorre difrtnee, 'tis not in rfe Lait do :htcd b it the Conctek will fxm ovten . and the rather, as fo:ne pf the Mirjircvs have al eady begun to fend forwaldl pait of th-.irEq'. i; ar.s. 1 :a�uc, 1 Jt-c. ;3. Th; Stater General have p-.iWi^ed th;tc l'lacarts; the fir ft to prohibit the buying of Winer,' Jirandic-^, renned Sugsr*, ^yups, Paper and va!t_of the; Prod dt or Manuff.cfn'e of France, urx?n "ain of lofing the foods, ar.d paying a Fine ot to ir Times the Value of them ; ioihiddii.g all Ma fc.s of ^hips and Canrs to employ the'rik-lves in brincing_ r.?ch Goods into th^fe Provinces under a Penalty of a hendred Florins foe each Piece, Barrel or Bale, which thev JVoil bring , and in caL- they fhould not be able to pav this Tine, they are to be pnblickly whipped and forfeit their Ships, Carts, &c. All Perfons who fhall conceal fuch Goods, or fliall be concerned in unloading or landing them, dr.any ways aflift in inrroducm? them in a cfen-de/tine Manner, are liable to the feme Fo-reitnres ; and all Officers of the Cuf*oms, &tc are enjoined to pot io Execution thofe Prohibition-S under (everc Penalties if they fhould be found guilty of Neglect or Connivance. Informers ard to have two thirds of the Fine imcofel upon De inquents, and the Goods forfeited are to be thrown away, bnrnt, or other-wife deffroyed. The fecond prohibits the inlniing any Ships cr Merchandize belonging to the French ; and the third forbids the Inhabitants of the Republick from freighting their Ships v. ith any thing whatsoever belonging to the Subjects of the King of France. It is alfured that tbefr High Mightincnes have alfo' agreed upon two other Piacartr, one to excite the 7n-haoitants of the Republick to fit out Privateers and the ot^her concerning French Privateers or their Prizes, which by Accident or otherwife may put into any ot our Ports. The new Council of War formed here by the Stallholder is efiablifhed npon the Footing of perpetual Council of War. It confii'rs of eight Members, of m hom I.iEUtc: ar.t General de Kinchot is Prefident.' The Account publifhed in the News Papers of Baron Cron-fTrom's being arrived here was premature, But he is ex; cdled in a Ihort Time. Advices from Zealand import, that feverai of the Englim and Dntch Shirs upon chat Coait furred greatly in the late Storm in their Mails and Rigging &c. but none w ere loir. We hear that one of the Zealand Yarchts, on board of which was Baron Borfelh, Chief Noble of that Province, with 'ome other Deputies who wire going to the Hagtie with the Act for the hereditary Eftablifhment of Stadrhoidedbip. was caflf away near Ziriczee, brit that the Perions on board were happily laved. Extract of a private Letter from WiUiemftadt, dated} December 10, .v. S. You have, do-.'bttefe, heard of the great Preparation* the French are roakiqg at Bruftls and Mechlin, in ordec to invade us this Whiter, , hut whether the Blow will be on Zeajind, Breda, or Maeftricht, we are entrreh/ at a lot to know for the prefent. However*' be that as it willy you may aflure youffelf our Stadthohter leaves no Stone unturn'd, as the Expteffion is, to frufrrate their Defigrs. We cannot think their Defiga' can be/ upon Zealand, as they mult be fenfiHe their flat-boN tom'd open Boats can be no Defence againft ib many inall Men of War and armed Veflels as the Englifh and] fre have on the Scheld j awl.as to Breda, though it pray be polSlfe foi them to take it in a hard Frolr, as it is mote a watered tfaff a walled Town, yet it wouldl be a very difficult Task for them to reach this Place, ?$; the WateiS are quite away to Bred3, fo that they wii| be onHgcd to keep npon the Digue or Cauleway, which k but very narrow, with a Sea as k were on both Sides, and very well fortified all along with Xlunders, where we have a lrrong Poft \ fo that this will be a, very d^. geroasEhterpri2e, in which they cannot fafl of iofing many thoufand Men bf our Cannon, as thev cannot poE fibly gain Growrrfl ctherwiie than Inch bv Inch ; al} which irakes as knagke their EBtcrpria^njuit b� againfi   

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