London Pues Occurrences, December 22, 1747

London Pues Occurrences

December 22, 1747

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Years available: 1746 - 1848

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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - December 22, 1847, London, Middlesex PtlE Numb. \Q2 CCURRENCES. T^TtU ESDAT December the aad ro SATURDAY December the afrh^j747. arrived two B-if.fcPa-k-ts which ^brf the Rowing Adv^. f, Tetter fro* an authentick j*^***r llSw.� *eW* dated Dec. 8. ^ , HE 111 Advice from Paris entirely f \ ' ditrpawrheHopes wWcb wehadcon-I cciyed of the Congreis at Aix la Cha-� ) die i but we are told by them, that JL> one of the Allied Powers ieems in-clineable, io Co.Jideiation of certain r^aem to be immediately perfonrkd, to enter into S�e�cK�w�i�K�. and a defenfive and ofeifive �|Lce with France, to carry on the War agam'i all tofe who(hall unreaibnablv be for continuing �fc Ate A&r, whicn aPf^rs to be of the lad Impor-La takes up much of the Time of the MinJlry.. Tky'ferrijeriay, that \he Court is very imwrieat K��ve anArJWertothe la-1 Difpatches lent to ijjMconcemiDfi the Memorial of the States Gene-h.' and the Reiblution which was taken in Confe-^acf thereof. The Trurh is, his Voir. Chri/ban jj^JjaoolBteiitioQ'to declare-War agaiad the mdii bat to put the Management of Things on reside wholly into the Hands of the Marihals Sar.e ai LowendaFl, and to let thefe tu-o Generals fo^ow .wow*) Incfinations, which appeir to he, to concacr a** rftfic lerrirories of the Re, ublick as they w?bfy can, and ro ruin rlKJr.Co'jntry and Comrrjcrc--. Tbefr Advic s inti.Tate one Thing which is known t ro few fvoplc. which i-, rhattlrre is, norwich-fMdiag rhe War, and always hach Inte^ in the Office c/fc*ifn A*air�, thar the Court of Vienna is how ^ ofa-ronglr tbe?r:at Per'bns there in veT favourable Ter^. vrfather this rrav be done to keep cbeO'it of Berlin ;n Snb'eftion and d e Lo :ndc, or totjerpfcy '>*t of Turin, or to render the Jrjti(h rjojr �we-f�wvi ta-rtemerou :r or whether .so iufweraJirJi^ ??irr^f s, i at ia$th taken, to lhew noRefpeil nor Favour to�he United" Provinces either by Sea or land. TheCou-�rswh'�ch the Court daily difj�tdas and receives, oaa�onsio-g and frequent Conferences-, and accqrd-Bgtowtet?M.dArgvrilon, (dioifter of War, antTa!! the Officers of Rank lay, that very probably, betides the tbar Armies which will ait inBrahunthe .next Campaign, ihe King will .caufe another of fo ty or fttv thouiand Men to ajfonble)bet.vem Tryers and fcaslouis, t& keep in awe, and intimidate the Ciwles ind Price s of the Rhine, and to oblige thofe who wjncBncd to affiit the Empreb-Qyeen to-adhew-to theNewality, The MarfhalxfciXoiiiies being a Day wtwoagointke K�ngsAp�rt.nent, feidr in the ire. toowjf a great 'Nuirber oi Ofik�rs ofRan^c, &c-- W miwered fome fd&eei of ithft iiaaks 4u>Carpt, it*^wwtUxuipawr. AL_de IffiKeadUhl isj^atg.-d *ra theConduit of this Af&ir, replied M. de No^il-*. ana.J* will have the: Honou* oTintqadtaewg you *o V� fiur tidies at the Hague, and to* giveyS" a J-r diere gr^Gs: *f; ^Araeafca. afterwards Ui, w xeji&lrcariv therefore take tarje to line yb&r J^��eU-, k will be likewjfe qeefcftry f6r y&i to f we iPlwid Fie!d-Eqjteag�., tliat you hay make ? F^tearopngft the People' of Holland; feftbe Ring fWmt ^hat their Friendftiflhotild be mjrehried �-ty^ate. TheProfpecl of entering the Dutch a2fiBC!l&ves Qc^fioft to ��� %'Qg'oFa great many whoarcperrnjttedrto! mrie ipta hisPrefence ^%fomhjns^poptbisbiul5eft^  ^rfiWr- from a.Perfori^of DHfin^ion a� *5�is,fo.aMuyft>| w.jteHague, da^ett Dec...*. ��� For five on /j, teaa 'rh^iftfeij put the King in lies afcdF of arets -- w. ...v vm.jix -�,wh�. As. tb^^^^igh flf 'tfcfe l�>w Ctontries wili be btHliant,' and" ctfnfflt ofTiamet1-�b Annie-, !�. d Argenfon abewnds in Petitions and ^amkjns �f oftfers of alt Ranks to be employed The Forces of the Crown by Land, Sei,.and in the Indies, which amounted at the Eegirmin \ of thi� Year ro -qo Men, ate going to be oootidenbiy augmented, and will, it's afliired,,the next > ear coofat of fix hundred an j twenty thoaiJod Men, conpr-hendinj therein the Gardes Core-,, and the Martkbaa-ies ofthe Kingdon, wbkh are not now, as heretofore, under rhe Province of the C*rum, in the kjo-q of Sir Wi -liam Jrby, fet.t. and Thorns Pitt, Ef^i,who his nsade their Ekiions for rfodm'sn and Oakhampton. TueMay the follow ngi Xumbers were drawn Prizes viz. No. u.lso. ot zotibl. ja,1 and'4j,9i7, of 5001. .6fih. Yefterday No. ot ^ooLahjd *^,1 I loners t&erei were by the feme di(charged la the late Siontr the Bridge of Boats, which lies o-' ver the Rftfee at Co ogne, was driven away, wiA fe-1 verM Waggon^ Caches, Horfes, zpd abow 100 Per-1 Ions,- that were faffing over it; at the fin* Time the :' Streain carritd k dbwfr by Molheim ito"5tarnae1m, and I ft pufcetf down Jifalbeitt Bridge To ^floppedIpon,after. SevenfHeight ofthe Perfbhsl who we*u^1tftufiped into the Water, in Hopes of j laying tJteewte^vtS oy iwjfnming, bat were drowned. ' ' We heaVlt will toon come before the Confederation of Parliament,.Kb^ fir the precfe ifjf th? &utb-SeaCftngtoy; Mothers, incapadkoid to?t 6f vbtet &Pai^tewi^ of to hold any PIac� cf TfralS onder the i Crown,i>y the Aftof BaHiamewisiga InHthfe^ehthl Yeaf of die Rejgn of his late Majeily King 6ewge j the Ffcfr, (Intrruled An AS for rai/Tng Money upon* die filiates * the lac* Subors, &:c. of the South-Sea Company, &:verk Thurflay an Ordrr ^ar/ent roDeprford for a lar?e Qyantity of .Gunpowder, to be tent to the . arri..7as ot Gibraltar, Porrrahon. arul Mifio-ca. Web&f rhat Robert DunJafi, &qi call^' Lorrf ^ . iiiiJoni one of the Lords of the fc'Eon-. in SxitWod, wjll be appointed I'refident of rhe SeJf.ons in tintt Kingdom, in the room ct Dunik-aie; tbe o-her of,a child \,which wis pTqdycfrl > that bad te^c taken out of a Woman afo.". hw Deaths which had lain within her fixteen Years, during which Time fee bad Ickir Ch3-. drepj ail Jbom alive. The Particjlacs of tbcfe Ca'^s we hear will be publiQjcd in the 1 anfactjoas of thjfi Royal Society. ^ Thttriday a large Quantity of Co'dige and otli^r Naval Scores, were liu^ptd ifor Admiral �yng in the MediterTaoean. Yelkrriay tbe Court 6t at St. Margaret's Hail, where w^re pretent the R�bt Hon. the Lord �Chie(ju Q bk Tritl ? that his Witneile? were Men of Credit andReptaarion^ who gate aa Account of him in France1 for many Years; that if he was lent out of oneCounj try into another^ it was withoftc his Knew edge. a&4 chat if tehad.aclcd againft tbe Laws of the-Country, it was through Ignorance, &c Then the Ib^ Chief ji&ice tee p-orjconced Sen-fenre of Death igainft tils Pri forjer. TI^Trroe of Execatioa is appointed fof tbe ifjrjtf of January next- Thtn the Court adjoemed to: Monday tbe 1 tth of FeBraafy. 7 hurjilay Report was made to.his Mayelrjr of. the Pri loners under Seneenceeff Death in .Yew^ace; whert Jrim Walker, for ToWngMt James Riggias of a Go|dc Watch i Will rm Wardiowcfor tphbgjg JoaafiRogqr-fon On rjbc fr.ig^ar of o�*Siiver.Wat A ; alrjd Samuel Auft^the;Siaugg^*!.ve�.>efede*9d for�x.CBtioB. Thutfdaf N�: �M^�f l*r>9, J7�?f, �?44?� aaJ U we�^lra!w>Pn^ ef lotfL each. Yelterd4y No: z(�iu waadtawn 9 Priape of x.L iyi67,aPri*Qt 5ot>l..and4tf68�i 7�7�. 3>4�ii of 100 U each. - There is an Accent, that a Spanifh Ship of 49^ Tons f rom La Guira>' bound corom Chasks-Town in Sp!�th-?an> iina, &at one of his Ma^ltfj Ships h:d ta]pe�a Dutclr SbapS*dcarrifid her intotnafiPott. At firfithe Peo-sleonooard leemed to deny having Sfianilh PTotcrb'/ but being-Iki^ ettorihed* fh;e Mate and others de-*ared; thai cbey took, jtt tteir Ladmg. whtcb was chiefly Arms and Anmuat on* at;Ca �agk Packet/.Capt.Qooir, arrived at the General Poft-Omce/by which it is lkid,.fjfere H an Acoa mr, that one of the Padat Boats was. loft in the Nevis Road. We'hear that the Fleet appointed for the Channel Service will he ready to proceed to Sea in a very fe# Days.-' - -.-  We hear hy Lettefs-io Town, rhat Admiral Bofciw-t eft's Fleet was feen after the latt Storm S&f Leagatfj from the Rock of Lisbon, fleering towards the Made-rjas�*' - * " / * Tis faid that Serjeant Smith, who wavexeenfed �r few Days in Hyde-Park, has left ffitee*%*fovr$ t0 bemoan bis untimely Death, ;

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