London Pues Occurrences, December 29, 1747

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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - December 29, 1847, London, Middlesex a. XLVH. PUE CCII R-R E N G E S. from TU ESDAY December the apth, to SATURDAY January rhe ad, 1747-8 To the AUTHOR, &c SIR-  . jntend^tohavewrii^toyou fooner, but � vented by indifpenfibie L Decelfary Avocations, which vninaerea - �--- Bufinefs, and was prevented by indifpenfibie Jbme oecelfary- Avocations, v hi*/ having leilure fo to recollect my thoughts, as to give you the Sequel of my former Letters : but fmce I find tome People take fo much of them, as to thjnk them worthy tranflating �minting abroad,, I think royfelf-under a douWe oa to perfann my Prohjufe, and fbjaake good irofition laid downrin my nril Cmefi'Dy Argn-iifereht faom thofe\tbat I faave hic&et^o heretofore mewed you (torn the Experience of es, and the Accounts of French Affairs given ?rs of their own Country, that it never was Power of that Crown to maintain a War again/! Hies fuccefsfuliy, even in her moil flouri/hing don, I broke rsof the prefent war, are, themielves perfu-chi.s*and are thoroughly convinced, notwith-ing the feeming Repugnancy of their Meafures, it is not in the Power, either of the Crown or he Xation, to carry on the prefent War much lon-eve-n on the Foot it now Sands. he nril Thing I flail offer upon this Head* Js the >inal Plan of the War > and, jf I am not^niftaken, will aflbrd me two very clear and convincing Argents. The primary Defign of the great French jticians, uas to weaken the Houie of Auitriai to rvate the Empire, and to-fet up an Emperor, who Juki be dependant on France '}, in order to which, 1 made np Scruple of breaking through the rnofr ran Treaties, and taking -every other ftep that IId pebbly be taken, to bong this' Delign to bear, mutt therefore look up^-them tethe wlldeft add kcir of all Statefinen, if jcJW;Iuh1 they aimed at was of the uucoft Ijmortanje^'then it is plain, that in judgment of thefe Politicians^ die Views of that fcach and his Miniirers, can never iiicceed fo long Pide Ends are unaniwered ; or, in other Words,, if Powers ia Europe retain that ftrength, which, by , Attempt they hope to overturn. It; is however '-plain, that they have not carried their Point in , Refpecr; the Main of the Dominions of the Hbufe aafe from nothing tat & ^nieoCthe awft be ,in,,if tbis^ring Butinfpite/of ajlt4H*s^�h>] t Which had hceMpefltefc^ujd unneceipiry, i imprudent *uiiH4�ntic- if. flower sMe aye anfwered oiek^Oil,,: it hasm�f3 * ' ^-fttaEefore* if w'eiremtrrefolved to I^W^en jshefc enteqvti^MiRifters 1 force, wAich, frop rfie Frame of Gp Jie. able to A third Argiraent ariies from the Behaviour of the French Minif&rs, Natives of that Kingdom and Lay-nsen, whoi notwithftandihg they might be^at firil deluded by the fair p^^ecl given them of Succeis, were very fodn fetisfied that the Scheme of continuing the War muft be attended with f;ch Mifchiefs as they we/e not at airjS#he4.tb' Upk? t^ejp�lvies an^erable for, either to ? the prefent Age ^ ^^%�ty� afcd therefijic fliewed^a Di(pj^co|tffta2eV , This is the third MJnifkr for jb'^gBfAffiirs h"nce.'rfie Ce a good Peace, pyexerting the�r  utmoft ftren,gth again/1 the Efforts of .an Enemy, that * is lfflowivto bo^ft tapfl wbenSieJSinjio/l a&aid. \ 1 am. Sir,  ., ..' \ � x . . , . Your to fpeak of GuHavus Adolphus his .Succeuor to the Crown of Sweden. . This Prince inherited allXTu^avus s Virtues and good Qualities, and gave the World many fclid Proofs of hisieing a good King. But the many bad Ailiance elpcciajly that with France, made by his Guardian?* are too numerous to be particularized ; and all rhat I have room to fay of this is, that Sweden was reduced to the. laddeft Extremities by it, ar*l to that only were owing the Lofe-of her fineii Troops, her heft Ten i torie~, eind the Exhauiticns of the greateftPax. ^ffSrf the.Trtitt wltfi France, the Swedes obliged themielves to tend an Army into Germany to annoy her Enemies, if France proved uojuccefcful in ber then Defign of. .4, general Peace. But .without 'iaving to fee whit the Event of Treating would be, fiieh thick; and repeated Showers of Loais^cjrs-fell at Stockholm, as induced the Senate to fend away one of their Generals with 10,000 Men to defbiate the Dutchy of Bran-denbourg: However be recfived fucha Blow at Ti-bertim, as contribtifed: very much to n:ake the E.t-peror.dedafc the Swedes Enemies 10. his Crown, zrd to invite the Xing of Denirark, and ill rbf-P'ovi-.-cs oftheL.o.wer Circk-, to invade all the Sv.vdiih Tc.ri-tories-bowlesir.g on theie Countrje> After whLn, in a fhort Ti:re, his DaniQi \U effy then reigning, iiid hold of the Dutchy of Holilein, only beca-ue .tic Duke of that Name bad entered into private Treaties with Sweden. The Swedes thus feeing tfaeaifelves befct on aS fides, made rheir titrnoft Efforts to rrpu Ife tbeir FjjcmTi to 3/� c them in which, thev.conrmu.illy rrpected, to no Purpofe,, the fuccours France had engaged to'f.*-niih them with by Treaty. In fhort, to far tro..! being a: good as her Word, Ihe was fo oe**�li'ient ot it as to lufier Strada in Bremen to be loft withcuc evYr attempting-to rdieve^it, rhaRgh her Troops were withiia three Days $arch of the Pface^ and at felt after avkorous Defence theGarrifon render. was obfeged toJhn- I Will not in6ft apoa the iofr of a F.eet of M^n c� War, and tb ir Admiia^ in the Sound y nor upon the Treachery with whkb thev abandorsal the Treaty of Numen^n j all which PointsrirbeSwedifh Arobafiadpr at -this Court dweiied very, nmdfftpoa after the Revolution, and represented thctrtas (b many Inftances of the Perfidy of Lewis the Great, and of his abandoning the luterefts of his Maftcr, and evetw he faidofattChntlendoaL .' ?- - * . I thought to have conriuded in this Place, "bur' I I have one Inirance before me of fb ifroag af N*xtfe, and lb Enoch in Point of what I ihrend to prove, that I cannot forbear* �Kfition�5g?it. -ir is, that after the ling of Sweden had expoled his Perfbntm fevetul Ocaiicns, particularly in three, very Hoodyv Battles, in which he headed his own Troops, andabooe-of whkKvhi&jacdife^ih^^ him ; fa Reward for thefe fcallant Anions* Lewis *fceGreat poflfcifed tyn-feLf of the Dutchy of Deux Ponts, the antient Parri-rajni^tijefe^Hx^o^iyedeq, aid I^i^Jrtr L tot hlad^not room to acxppiht yxw wfdt ai the Inftance*'8f Dtftrefs; whichi the Allies of that Nation have been inreither tbrtiughj Perfidymilmi%WllBi^f^^^wi^ o# fulfilling Bf^Engsgenierflsi It isditEp this Peace wag made after the Battle of Raab, i :-WI a' Extra'^ hi*'. . .1 4i SpraeiTime ago were told tVom London? that xfelpbltsnveTe come fmdi Spam,.^ftr aflEngiifh Shi 09 . titac-would repair- tortha^nifh Ports-with Salt-SOi. jai.as\Articie fronuMadsMi dated Deci 4. is written ffk qnite a cOtitrary StrairtM TbeCourt of London (lavs ; has catt^ atfOfferco be made, bv ,CoweePonte deLihra* trePo�riguezeAmbaffidor- in ^bit(^rt?to reil^fe^G^ War, on Condition that a certain Number of Engiifh .Ships feotT^dhefuflfered to come into 4 few Spanilh Ports, and fell their dried C��M&i.lh#|he ^Porrngueze Miniifcr has met with a Rebuff In tus Application, upon* the tion of tte.BifhOT of Remies to hh M�efty, _ That tSs^erjiiilion might occ^b\i %cme an^ give3�(^ for die mrrodiaaglSther " a^troopv, . ,' .,t . '. Dici ij. The Kegociatioa of the States thjsCobrc c$�ru^i^Wo^*uitk, is ed, tbat.we ^ ah^xe44xBatMon| of the 'froopsrof rSar Prince have received Oxoccs Co hold themfelves in Raadinefs to rnarciu 1 ^^^(l^f^ft^ergT which was e�qnally unhappt iOista^owwttch proved fatal to it. Butasthi r Itsatiy feems to have come into the World purely tf 4 tyy.'/tok ws* if#Z- f tU^Mj 'Jr/. %fi~ ;

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