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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - December 1, 1847, London, Middlesex . XL VI. UE! 's O NY'Mn 95.. CCTTR R FNCES: FromTUJESP^-T December the lit, to SATURD AT December the r Regiitcr, r"wt-kh 'h-y Anlwer the Groundlefs Complaints, L Pretentions, .md unjuft Condufions contain J v, (hole Icvcral Pieces As Tranilations cj the f,�nch Pieces rhemlelves have already appear d in lb; Pipers, we frui! not recite them, hut the Con* nrjfti�n M'j'.^y' had alio undertook to Itipport i-orxent a Rebellion in Great Britain undi r the /irtftwn ot me Pietendei's eldcff Son, and bad bioke his Treacv ot Commerce with their High Kii^tiruifrs, tor lending a lucc^ur of Troops to fciiSritinni k Majeilv, conformable to Trc tics during that R?',iel!ion. and refuted to exchange r, notwitbfian ling the Cartel; :hat their High Migfttinefies had been ru 1 ire prefe rated with regard otheir Deligns, in fending two extiaoidirtary Mi- ; lifers to his roolf Cbultian Mijelry, and they and their Allies abuled in the Propofi ions for holding ' iCnngrffs, while on their fide Peace was fin*,erfly debr/d, That they were much furprifed, after ti.l ro hear his Majefty declare his derife of a Re.' onciljation, and yet attack their High Mightfnei-' rfts in their own Dominions, which had been fct forth in the Decoration, wese Groundless andfo-psfilficai, which they proipe at large in referring to the leveral Paragraphs, That they had gone thus far in Anfwer to the fcft Memorial, and its innesed Declaration, when the lecond appear'd, in which thy found no new Maf ter, but a Deruinci-twnno lets diu-greeahie thiflJtjie fiift. viz, That tnere isa Defign to go on with the com mi tine Ho(-Uilities^nd Violences iga'inft the Rep^UicVk Ter� fjjtqr, upon the fame Foot as bttdre.-The States funeral conclude in thji Manner. t Their High MightinefTes defire nothing njore tr� k'-'fl'" r� rece.ive ?r^k of the Smce^ify of his M,jffi) s Inrentjoos 3rf favour of a Genefal! rECff  l�^ hi general 1 Lilo * ^ Mu^rat)on, can enable to form Hmh, m-T-�f "}Wi?(f'Sinferityi and of thHe the>ir to pnffte I)e-I fea^lr'1 !>�4o9 ^Sg'to in6 their'rt-X,"V*. tnm"F 5 �b ttm dui l^ Rufcs C0' thCy 011,(1 of NecfJHty folio * In luch a Juncture then, tluir Higi Might in-lTcS. forced by Ncceffiiy on the one Side, and on (he other, by the indifpenfable Dury or r-npioying thofe Means which God and Natarc h-ive put in their Hands, in the Defence ot their Sui.j.ct>, and for the Prefervation of their Lib-rry �n*l Rcli gion, and every thing elfe that is valuable to them ; and putting their Truft in the lultke cf their C'ut*', and in the Succour and Ailifranve ot Almighty God, who has lo often mi;aculoufly delivered them out of the Hands ot their Enemies, are firmly refo'ved ro ventvue their Fottunes, their Lives and every Ttvng without Exception, even to rhe iaff ExTrerrmy, in their lawful Defence, and to makeUie of the Right wt jch bis M jetty*s own Condqft gives them, of aie Courts where they ' refpeftively icf�Jej praying the laid Courts o take into Confide.atk>n the dangerous Situation into whi:h the Repubi'ck is nrw brou^hf, and the pernicious Maxims, in Conteqaence of which fhe is threatned by the King of Fiance with Slavery and total Ruin; and of what unhappy Conference it would be to every power in Europe, it they (hould |ug".'r fuch Max Iras to be eftabliined. --Conjuring them by the latrreft they have in their o*n Lrberry and Prefervation, and in that of ail Europe, to confider this theft" High Mighti* TMflcs Anfwer, and the Declaration It contains, as toreed from them by trie extreme N^eiTny to which t^ey are rtauced for their own Defencef and that of their Suhjefts 5 and entreating them to join and affift their High Mightiness in oppofing the Calsmities -with whjrti me Repuhlick is lo uniuft-ly threatened) and the Confluences whith all 0--hcr Powers rntift apprehend trrrrefrom. And a. Copy of tftis Anlwer (hall alfo be fent to rheCouneil ofSrate, to the relpeiiive Colteg s of Admiralty, to the Diterffors of the Eait and Welt India Companies, and fasther where it Ih-U be necefTiryj fignitying to t.umai thr fame Time, that their High M'gbtincfTs have refo.ved, upon ~ the Grounds contained in the laid Anlwer, and agreeably to their Inten ion therein declared, to make ReprifVIs upon the King of France and his Subjevts, and to do them aH Sorts of D4m�glolorrg*5i imagined that I had bfefi �he Gaufe of fabverring the Li" bertyitrjff my Country. A noble7Sentiment, and wo>r% tfo serene HJghmifc TWSc�(e�of4{�ttand ratve Kkewife made a Pror vifiofMSfteguktion for the CHfpotaioi Offices and EtfpWyrfleno; aJlixuXlaU wbi^b thetBurgoantlels krpt fo*gre%tly tnckherf fotw ot ihem. Tl�e BOrghets a�e noc content with this ReUi|Oi�, and sbcre is afeuitioos Sp rit prev�i.s in tome of the eities,i�fciCm(terda�, fc.tteitarti, f.-yda,G��rir da, tee. which do�s nui denourtt any stuns pu^td , to the State, especially at a Time * hen (he fcne-tuy is ar theDoor j and th�V is. the very Rea^ vaIiv i' is ri.' at ;veUtit ei a-'>; Cojnt Maurice of Niffau Ovtrkitk. ft ii i(.-r -his Re.fon hc h�s engaged their High Mig-'-inr;Ts o nominate them Ficld-Maifha's. Hi> ierene H-gHnelscan now engage theii Hgn Aiighcinelfs to tave into their Service, lomeGenercl cf Note, and give h?m the fame Title, in order to be near hb Perlon, ifthfs had not been done, the two former might hive complained of having lorae Body pu: over 'heiT Heaiis, The firft of thcle 1 wo Generals is deaf and b.ind with old A^e. and the ot.erofa weekly Conlli^ution, and notable to undergo the Fatigue of another Camp ign. Frm tba London Prints & Afanufcripti L O N [) 0 \, .Voveraber 16. We can allure om Rraders, that the Report of 33,000 Ruifi iii i>i\ing rjcen loinc Months on tneir Marcl. for jranden, j;, enriuly without Founda-c.on i the Jintr on F^oc tor that 1'urpole not unalil cc n. !a :ed when the h!f Lcticrs came irom thfii.V. ExtTuii'of i Utur fnm Gcfpcrt'. .Viw, 14. Tee vliips n,enti..ned to have airjve�( at S'. H;� lens, h th.- a.dron:, Chitha.x, and Stirling Ca'tle Men of Wai , they came from the Stieights, but lalf tiora Liibjui they bronghr forr.e homewa d bound Eaft-India Men under their Convey ; as likiwife two Prizes taken by the Roy,1 Family i;rivateeri, one of *hich is a Regiifer Ship of great Value. This Morning Admiral Chambers hoifted the Blue Flag at the M-zentopVnalf Head of the Sr. G-rwrge at Spithead , as did like wife Sir Peter Warren ti,e White, at the Forefprailf Heid of the Duke Man of War, and Sir Edward Hawke the White, at the Mienopmaft Hc^d ot the Devoo-fhire i and a Blue Flag is likewjie hoi led on boanl tae Chichefleri the three lair in the Hirbour.__ Thefc Admiials are all tome on the Tryal of Capt. ,Fox, which it is expend will cor&e to To-mor-i0.n His Majefty has been pleafed ro appoint rhe Rr. Hon. Lord De'Li'Warr to be Governor of Tilbury Fort, in rne Room of Lieut. Gen. Winiamfor, deceaJcd. Yelterday h's Grace the tord Archbifhop of Canterbury did Homage to hh M ,ief:y ar St. Jwres's on his being contecrcaud Ar.hb:1hop ot that piocele. We are aflured that his Rov�f Highnefs the Du-t will not goroBa:h, but will emha k tor HcH'^nd in about 3 Werks Lair Week W ell bore Ellis, E'q; wasMarrfeJ to Mils Stanhope, only Daughter of Sir VV ifliam Stin-i.ope, Knt. of the Birh. The Corps of A'-fttiral Medley h lander} from on bo*id one of his M jeffy'i 5nips, armed from the Mcditenancan, in or^er tote: interred near Vor'v, amonfft hisAntftors. Tfe Grand Sc. Michael, a Spjnifh Reeifler Ship, arrived in Galiua dom tne Spamlh Wrfl-Indies, Is one ot the rifljeft Ships arrived in Spain, for thefe 4p Years pal!, hsvlng on hoard upwards of iioo,c�ol. , TuetiFay No. 4S,735. was drawn a Prisr of tco L No; J3>oi Regiment, who Apprehended and �CBn>^ted JohnCook,a noioriousSmiiggier, Uttiy executed at Tyburn . Our laft Advices from Milan inform us, thatthe Count de fcichecourt. rhe impcml Minintfer at t% Court of-ToiJn, w�s Arrived cbere, inordarto iffill �f  great Council ot W.r, which was to be hetd on the pre'ent Conjuncture of Affaiis. and in tfhkh the Operations ag^iotf; the RepuWkx an