London Pues Occurrences Newspaper Archives

- Page 1

Issue Date:
Pages Available: 4

About London Pues Occurrences

  • Publication Name: London Pues Occurrences
  • Location: London, Middlesex
  • Pages Available: 834
  • Years Available: 1746 - 1848
Learn More About This Publication


  • 2.17+ Billion Articles and Growing Everyday!
  • More Than 400 Years of Papers. From 1607 to Today!
  • Articles Covering 50 U.S.States + 22 Other Countries
  • Powerful, Time Saving Search Features!
Find Your Ancestors Now

View Sample Pages : London Pues Occurrences, December 15, 1747

Get Access to These Newspapers Plus 2.17+ Billion Other Articles

OCR Text

London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - December 15, 1847, London, Middlesex xlvk Numb. 98 P LIE*_ TV ESP AT December the 15th, .to S ATU RD AT December rhe iprh, iiy^ CCURP ENCES. Hague, December i. ft VIC E S from Paris fay, that great A DiAirtaocw have lately happened in their /% Councils, on Account of the Anlwer of the States General to the Abbe de la Vil-I m. Ws Memorial's; and that at M it had t fnU. neither to declare War agaifaff the ^Swgiveaay Reply to their Anfoner. >**SdS. J-O.S. tetters from Vienna, dated J??* advifr. that every Thing is fettkd with re-^mtteWh of the Ruffian Troops: After they ^Jfrmbfed in the Nei* hbdurhood of Mofcow, they V*ZTy Smolenskc into the Grand Dutchy of from whence they will march through SartlSt of Sikfm which belongs to the Era-ml am, and afterwards pals through Mprayia, Urk Kingdom of Bohemia, to enter into the Em* JJby the Circle of Eranconia, and go from thence I^Tiber r. We learn from the Ports of ! this Kingdom, that the Dutch Merchants draw off dwr Effects as quietly as they can* and take the lame P^ssfflos as it they knew that War would be a&o-& declared betwixt the Two Nations. As it is ford here, that the Anfwer. of the States General mieht cr^ce a bad Irrpreflion upon the JJnnces of Ger-I usffiv, tte King's Minirters, in the feveral Courts of I die Empire, have lately received fre/h Infrjruc"tions, to ! ndavour, by all poflibfe Efot^, to - keep the Gerrna-njckBody in a State of Inaclion, and bring it, if pof-Qk,\o m open Tuaty of Neutrality. It is hoped, tint die Situation is which the Dutch find themfelves, br htving ttfefed to take this Bart, will determine tbe Pftoccs of Germany to liften ttT'tlre amicable Inlm-oarJoas of his Majefty. At the fame'Tirw, that t&efe fcftOrders are fent to the King's Minifters, other Meais have been taken" to fupport their Negotiations. Vert confiderab'e Remittances have been made, lotne ef which are payable at Fran�ine hutmred and Thinv riae eife&iye Men for the Year 1748. Refolvx'd, That a Sum not ereceding Two hundred Fifty tWiland and Thirty four Pounds Fourteen Shillings and One Penny Three Farthings, be granted to his Wajefly, for maintaining his Majefty's Forces and Garrijbns in the Planratioas, Minoa-a, and Gibraltar-and tor J'rovifions for the Gard/bns of Annapolis-Roy, al, Placentia, Gibraltar, Georgia, Rattan, and Cape Breton, fqr the Year 1:4$. Relieved, That Elevet thou find Five hundred and fifty Marines 'CommiCon and No^-commi/Tton Officers included, be employed for the Year 1747, be continued foe the Service of the Year 17-?. Refolvctf, That a Sum not exceeding Or.e rt'indred 'Nlnty fix thoufind Eighty nine Pounds Nineteen Shillings and Seven Pi.r.ce, be granted to his Majefty, for defraying the Charge of the faid Eleven thdufand five hundred and fifty Marines (Comrailion and Norrcom-mjffjon Officers included^ for the Service of the Year 174^. Refblved, That towards raifine the Supply granted to his Maiefry, the Sam of fix MiBions Three hundred Thoufipd J'ounds-be railed by Transferable Aanuicies* aftet tae Rate of four Pounds per Centum per Annum ; and that an additional Capital ital to be by way of lottery, confifring of Tidcets of the Value of Ten Pounds each 5 the Blanks and Prizes to hear an Intereft ofFout Pounds per Centum per Annual; the Intereft of the laid Annuities and Lottery to commence from Michaelmas 1748: Thar every Sabfcriber ihall, on or before the nth of December Inflanc, make a Depofit of Ten Pounds per Centum per Annum, with the Caftuers of the Bank of England sand every Snbfcn'ber paying m the whde, or any part of his'Money, at or before the Time or refpe&fve Times,: that (hall bo appointed for the Payment thereof, fiich Sabfcnber fiiail be allowed Intereft at the Rate of Five Pounds pei^raBint per Auouvtor be computed fepm the pay oniwhich iuch adualP^y-cneut m0 have been made, to^ldiaelmss nett 1 and that the, Ja^Deppfit, 4ud all athef ^imjpaid w> the Cafhires-of the Bank inl virtue of a^s R^lbtBt30B%v ftflft 4 by them be pajd' (jnto Ae Receipt oflnis Nfe^ffy's Ex-cheqaer,,. torfie applied from Time to Time ttf fiich Sej-vices as ffiafl fhen have been voted by this Hbafe in a Cornmittee be appointed to ctmfideT of Metiods for more effect, ally manning his Majefty*s Fleet, and to report thesr Opinion therein co the Houfe; ft paffei nie Negative. '  A Petition of Irffery FrencbjFfqaire was prefcnte^ to the Koule, ana read > complaining of an undue Election and Return fi>r the Borough of Milbcrae Port in the County of Semerlet- We hear, that a great many Wrecks have been feen on the Coaft of Holian4 within thefe few Days. Two Men of War, of fiity Guns l-ach, sre ordered from Jamaica for the Windward Pailagc, to clear true Place of the Enerny'g Privateers, before the Grand Fleet laiJed from that lOand. 1 Letters f;om Leghorn, of the 10th c-f Novcrrbe' fav, that three Ncafoiitan Gallies cxme the V>ek bc^o" 1 and cafl Anchor in that Port; thit thev 5zd cfco�ed to the Iiland of Corfka, a Convoy of Porran Vefris, who were tc fail to Saplc, and tak? rtn board ~br?e hundred thouiand Meafures of ipn and return for faid City, when Henry Hamilton, E&J-, the fitting Member was declared dory elected,. This nefent Sarordav Mrs. Walker and" Mrs. Hamilton will have their Aflemblv. N. B. Their next Aftemblv will hot be until! the Saturday after New Year's Day, being tbe id of Jaou-nuary. [Two Packets due.} To HeSOLD, THE Inheritance of three feyerjl-Hottfes. fituate on 'he Noah Si�te or Skfnner>Row, Dublin, t 7. th� one commonly called the Cbelhir; Cheefe, wicii the [�u next ?leatly rebuilt, well 4bw*d\ *nd" *k the Rooms WainKOtred orjHune, |nd fit for ffic Recrpiion of yourvg L�ffes. Houfe is weR fiiaattd, with a Urte utfled Garden With Rood. Gitvel and Grafs W*IkZ S,id Wu Ke-\\f reaches to Work Bxufltflr> Drefdeo�rtd Eaihroi-ietj, with all proper Needlework, and flfc French, tod ho�Wy hopes fof the contirrurtion of thc Ft-voor and Recommendation of hit former Friends N, B- There is a com pleat Dmcrng Mafter, Mu -ficltMaifcr, �d W�ios MAffrt ip attend tbe laid ;