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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - August 22, 1847, London, Middlesex , xLvn &UMB s Choice ot Toledo, and is permitted co re-! :t!ff, Jr jsiorefeen that her Di^race will be io iong Duration; but if his Mu/efty executes |fi ft Dcfign, and proceeds fo far as to exile that kcis to Pampeium, it will be Joofc'd upon as oor'tfnt a tfioronch Change is intended\ and iv �jves over, fof this |f nP'*n,all the Hopes he had ierrc'ed of m*kina wthaProgrefc,'and befeetbes bsH^efty to fend rm 1 *�n. on the&Je 1 t5ohfaiM, js entirely over aa preicnt, ' *' ' , G E E II A N Tv si . ..f/ ' A*l'%*- W asat^fi%* quept^r in Conference with his Minifters on that Subject This Morning ah Eiprefs arrived from VrrfMileSijhe Difpatdies in which, we.rre tofd, relate chicflr to the Pregnancy of the duphtoefs. Bat two Couriers are laid to be come from the French King's Head Quarters in the BifhupricK of I'cge, to the Court of Berlin, whh Difpatches, of which not a word of the Contents is known. m Htnever, J�g. i%. Whether it is from Emulation, or what other Motive we cannot lay> but the Troops of this EJe&orare, who are ordered for the Low Countries, feem �ery impatient,to be there, and thofe whw are to ftay behind envy the former tbe Happinefs of having an Opportunity to give Proofs of their Courage, by fighting in Dc lence of the Liberties,of Europe Trruw, Aug. 14. The Chapter have fold to the French a considerable Quantity of Corn, Peafe and Beans part of which is to be fenc to Met* and Thionviile, and the reft to Sedan and CharleviHe. A great many Hodes* pftfs by here to reaaoant the French Cavalry. HOLLAND. AnExtmM of m Letter from the Ht%ut, iitei JagiM 11-It were to be wifhed, thacthe UneaiJneflcs which prevail here were diflipated, ajid that, the Petf le could be fathfied about what fh*U hereafter hap* pen. Perlbns of the greyed fbrefight know but little of the Matter, aod jrhe Inhabitants of tiie Provinces of Holland and lea land are greatly amaied to fee the Ea/neftnels of the Court of France either ro conquer or deftroy'the Provinces of the Republick. The States Genera! complain bitterly ot the French King's Manner of proceeding m relped �o rh-m; bat bow ;uft fbever their Compuiots may be, a Letter from Brunch informs us, that theMai&al de NoaiBes and the Minifter �iL �4f h*?c becn ottcn hpa,y to exercile the Itaft Cle-r mcricy towards thcaa; That the King and the Nition in general were too much irritated wi.h the injurious andabufive Exprefljons with which the Dutch Priors were well as thofe that wece constantly ha the Mouths of the People of the principal Cirks ot the Hepublick, to (hew any Favour to it. There h hut little Room to doubr, but that the Fate of the Low Coatufres is very near if not full as much to be lamented as that of the United Provinces, fin e the former rauft infallibly be the Theatre ot the Wa*r, whofe Don�i nion loever tbty are and*r, and indeed *he latter h4$ now no Feace to hope for, hut what can be procured them by their Arms-and thole of their Allies, . It is therefore no longer a war of Convenience which France makes, bur of Revenge.irom.which however their moft Chriftianand Pruflian Ma/efties prbpofe to draw great advantages at the etpence oi the Dutch. . 4i ExtrtS �f * Lrtter �r��* the fagae, Jttg. I J.. We are rbld, thai we QiaU have a Peicc, but God knows when, a good one wiu Icarce be obtamed untifl France be Kdnced to it by the progrefsof the Arms, of the AUies upon her Territories, until flie he obliged to give up the LowCountries,' and to defift from: forming an Eftabliffiaient for. Don Philip; in ihort, until fhe renounces the Devil and �U his Worlts, the Pomps and VanitUra, &tD him. Sir, F cinnot-hclpVcjoidnf, with aft. thofe whOfccersy defire reace, that the Sate of Arms ha% thrown you into the Hands of tht Ring, becauf* no Body -h moit capahle, not i bei*evtoiorie ��df thac/ you are. to lay �Fbundath>a for it. Thel6�cg is fealhjr- ihciined to in and wfll very ^iBingiy hearhen to reasonable Terms > if yonrCoart iajfttte-Cime good fcifpofuion, tie Thing mat be effeaed,' Withoafeihy longer truftinf to thf Fate of At�V which. > you are fenftble>hasbithe^(� nor beeai very' favoufiiWe to the Allies. Too know the Sentiments ot th? ^Soutt: of London vferfeupon,' ^nda*rcacd l>i!'pofic' .nii CHril* -tj'.n Mijcfty. One ma? torm a Judgment ronr what is above rel.ted, whft! er any Thine'efTenzii* has been done, and it there be *:�y '-rounds to give, oat fo ernphatrail]y as his been publilh'j, that Peaci is as good is cotuludtd. from ihe LON DO S~C A ZETTESi Swtbolf*. $ih J1. 0- SI ON Ta*fday lair Baron Korff. the &nfriit| Amb.flfador. bcin� cond"Qed and intr- du:-ed wrh the ufa*l Ccreteonies, (kd.anRevoca.tioa as AmbifTdor, and at the lame T me prefrnted, n"* Credpn'i^ls from the Emprefs of RbHij, ap^ pointing him her Inpri 1 M ijeSy's �nvny �i'ra-ordtnary and Minifter Plenipotentiary at this Court. On Wednelday la ft Dr. Black weP, rhe. Scotch Phyfi i*o, whohad hen fevril Month5 iri Cortfinemeiit Here, w%s canitd in a Cwn, ft the ufaal Place of Eaterution without ihe So ith (iite,. he was bchtidtil, pur:u nt to the ^enence pronounced-upon him by he Cotoni jjon np. oi ted to rry him. He betuved With gi'e^t Dtccnvy and Cala.nefs ot Mir*d._, Higia, Aug. iz, : By oar Advic.*s from feereen-bpz-'tom. the ^rfieged continued t-> �!e)enien�wcote$uc J ftNi^hr^ which mention, ifut O.ders wef: ja\ given tnac the Sluices Oiould he opened, hi order to throw Water into the Capital Dit hf of %rgen, to pre* vent the?nemy from Tapping the Capital Wati. Liaw of Birgen ep-zjxm, Attg. 53.' The n:i at Night the En. aay fprung a M�ne, which blew up the Left Flmk ot the Luncae of ,^eaUn^, ani broke a large part o.t our Gallery j' and in the M jrn-ihg we /prong 4 Mine before Coeivorn, bat wi.h? wha^t Etfcd it had is not Cercaia. The Enemy iua" four Pierref i*s brfore Pucell% x Liaei of Ber^i**yzwra, Aug. *}. The Enemy tn* if on� cheir Works with gte^t JEJtp^i ion, and have got Lodgments in. fevefal o.t ^ the L-irreTv.s, h^rt crcclted rio tetterieA as ye,t.- They at e tyri- and laft Wighc oo? broke th� Main Gajfexy irt two pi sees,- ftefatag, Afyt0 fi. We have pi'X heard froth. Befigh t from b^tfi Sides' wasmw^tertiblt thftn it had ever .been, bat thac the Eneay ^d^ioedyno ground , thtt he hrfc two Streets, vir The Wouw Straat *ni rne- Hoog-*' Straatt, hiirning. TheHr^ort wo received Tetter-I day, that,Q&cnwent grveato ttwow.the vv'ater * ihtO the Capital DitC^/ htfrns Orrty fo^far, eVery Thing Vm>ReadfnsAug.tV, .Thursday laftca�B< Oft again ia fh* CourVof Ju'liafiiftryv before, his Gi the. t^lk^ otAcgytt' "Lord Jaftice General, ami the ^i^d$^aimial6iQ�ra or Jtf4- ;