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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - July 21, 1847, London, Middlesex PuEs o Nt'MB 56. CCURRENCES: From TV ESDAY July the 21ft, to SA TURD AT July the 25th, 1747. my lad arrived One Britifb Tac-ct, which brought 1 Holland Mail, Turin, July I. HE Army of France* a�d Spain does not advance towards Genoa, is it was choughr it would, on the contrary, fince the r�ifing the Sieee, _ they lcer� to propofeonly to main- rhe p0fTs they havefezed; but they pretend the fir ft Care of the King wiH be to diflodge Enemy. who aTC >>uc Jf8o�r anp to their Detigns, it Jeafl to L then rav ^far ^or a Momentary Advantage, pfrji Wentworch is preparing to make die cpjien with the King, wh� hastaken i great in/rto >.h.t Gentleman, and allows him a great 'it in his Continence. rmunitfi*. i"h 5. We have detached 13 Region ro reinforce 'he Arnry in D�upbiny, and r Chevalier dr Brlleifle will fee cut To-morrow tsle the Command thereof There remains re no more than 53 French and 17 Spanifh Bit-jans. The M-.rquis de Maulevrier is expected iro FiTiiltrs to ca'ke the Command of the Troops thel? Quarters, and 'tis  ffured Belleifl* I! I'oorwepor to Dauphiny, where the Grand! p obably be made on the Side of the  v or S;u a. l:m, *h/v 7. The Day of oof Deliverance is at &th arrived, and it is impolfible to exprcls the ihst appears in every Face which has beeo ..vir.n-ii'y clouded for the lail ten Months. The iiavnttie Troops which were retiring Yeiler-'.n the Side of Savcna, if) Order to join Ge-.ilLcutrum in the Valley ot Onejlia and the .Irons taking the Route of the Bo.hetta. We fenr our to harrai. rhero- our light Troops anJ JnJyoi I'ealant"., Untamed by (me Companies rGfenaditrs. A General Thanklfiiving will loon apf uinted. [Turin, Ju't 10. We have reoriv'J Advice that krt ot the French Troops that pals'd the Var. are iroing off' to the Frontiers of Piedmont vinftead fproceedinz to Genoa) where they bWc already Ikan Pcllcfllon of djver* Ports, and it appearl |at tbeir Dclign is to penetrate Into the Vauty Sura. We iikeuife hear that the Infant Don lip willaft in the Riviera cf Genoa with the panifk Troops and fome French Brigades wbleh Beflei/1* bis left him. The King has ordered his Field Equ''pa?e to pot ready with al! pofl'jble Diligence, h s Majef-being determined to Command de. Army perlon, and his tint Care win be- to d-fl-.dje the pn*ray from their Polls, and thereby oblige them  renal's the Var. In the mean Time all neceff.ry ileal ires are taking to cover Piedmont irom the Invalid wjrh whKh it is threnen'd by the F.ench }n the fide 0f Dauphiny. Mihn, juh 24. VVe learn that a Detachment FfOmConi, confiding of 400 M-n, have been lent Wrehtyrce che Garrilbn of Demont, and that wreisii.o Jinr from Turin fever�l Piece* olCan-tion, Morbus, &c. in oruer to put that Forneys fn a Connie on to make a vigorous Defencev in Ca:e ir ino.i;,l be attick^d by the Enemy. The tnemy having advanced on the Side of Argentier.i. m of frovifions, dtfigiud ^ D"!l g amch longer in this Neighborhood, unlefs they are willing to be (tarved. Venlo, Juh 21. Ytfterday the Pi iMce or VV.ldeck arriv'd here from the Allied Army with a Detachment of five DdKh Ba:ra'ion�, three of I,np.-ri*-lifts, an(' two Eng'.iili, ^ith fifteen Dutvh Sqn-ilrois, the Independent Corxpanics ^nd tbe Huff*rs in the Pay 0/the States Genera': We b*ye Jaid a Bridge here over the Meufe .'or the l-Vflage ot thole Troops, who. as'tis given out, are to Mir-h to the Relief of Bergen op-xoom. or elfeftop hy the Wiy and fo ierve to cover Breda or BojfleJuc. &nJboveii, $ulj 11. We learn that the Enemy rns taken a conhdevab't Map-zlne oiFlour at Peer, whi h belong to the Engiiih. /'�.'�, July n. On the 19th a Corps ol Troops undtr thc Command of the Prince of Waldec* was dera.hed from the Allied A^my.mhich marched ihef^tne l)�y to Sittart. 1 he ioth it advanced ro Rfremonde, *nd Yeilerday arrived here, where ft continues To-iUy. Leccm from the A11 ic J A -my bring, that Part or it has pjlTcd the Meufe at, and is eocanped betore thacToun. fern tbi Frtnih Camp Mere Bir^n-Of z_aotii. July 1}. The 10th In'lant we begin to rire upon the Piace with 41 Cannons and i4Moaars and the r xy ensealed this Fire by a new Battery of 8 Cannons and 10 Moct rs. Satuidiy M. Bonvi-le, Engineer, and a Captain were wounded in the Trenches. Court Lowend�hl having 'w^ in* rorm'd of the Proclama'ion ilTned by the States General, forbidding all their Subjects to pay Contributions or fumitli any Thing to the French Troops, hehss given Orders for leizing the principal Men in the Villages to -�hich he bad fent Billets for the furoifhing of Forage, &c. threacnioaj acche fame Time to burn down to theGround all th" PUc-s who fhould n�t puniffually comply *ih thef: Demands This Day the Beficged made an extra ordinary Fire f om their Cannon and Small Arms, and one or, th?ir BonbsfeiJ upon fofioe Barrels of Powder, but that is all the Data age they have done us.- vVe �re actually erecting three Bmeries of Hau-hizers ar the two Extremities of the third Parallel. We have had (this Day) feven Men kili'd and $6 wounded- in the Tranches, befides an Officer and tht�e Engineers* Extrtel 0] i Letter froth tot French Ki&fs Heid*Qusr' ten it Hoeiftldt, dittd july 13. Yefterday Morning 10,000 Men was detached to ftrengthen pur. other Detachments before Berger-op-zoom j and at the lame Time another Detachment was made towards Huy. And laft Night a Council ofWar was held, in which it was declared, trm it was impofliblej confidering the Detachments thit had been made, either to attack the Allied Army in their Intrenchments on theSjde of the Meufe, or even to i>efiege Maeftricht, the Army fh -uld draw offtowards Liega j accordingly, our Right will file off To-morrow Morning to a, Camp marked out for them between that Town and HamtL it whjwh P]�co the King will fk bis I Head Quarters, while M irihal Saxe is to ftay with a Part of the Army at TongrM. Tboitn, July 14. Thc Girrifon of Bergeft-op-zoom cuts out more Work tor thc Enemy chan they expedied. Thc Oinnon of the To*n has already more than once dil nount-J their Barteriei,' and the Bombardiei have play'J their Part 10 well as to let the Enemy's Powder Magazines 3 Times on Fire-, whKh has not only rum'd the Enemy's Bmeries cootinguous to thole M'.gizines, butal" fo kill'J or maini'd all �heGjnners true were on the Spot. So many Ditruulti's m�y probably make the French raile the Siege; but as they attribute rhe vigorous Refiflance of the Place to its havinaj a free Comtaunicition with Zealand and with the Body of Troops in the Lines, who hinder them from attacking the Town on every Side, it feeais they have a Mind to try to force thole Lines; for which Purpole Count Lowendahl detach'd the nd In(f. three Brigades with fome Ar cillery-, who have advanced towrds St-cnbergen,over againft a Fort, but we keep fo good 1 lookout every where, chat we flatter oarfelves hi �hall dikoncert ail thci',e Al* teration in the Pofition ot Our Armv, wi.iun we h�v� been daily intrenching. A fourth Bridge* wirh that of the Town, is nnifhed, and pnnce Waldeclc is gone over them with a Deru-h of IT Battalions and 10 Squadrons to thc R lit* of Bf^cn op uom, 4Hvl will be it Bo il die the iStri. Our wh.^le Army is no-* inrrc lncd quite up o their Chins,and '.ffrctually covrrvMje::ui he, lo that 'ins in.poSible to thir.k ot the hench'i attempting to tor^e either that or us. P. S. We juft now learn tinc the French havt m-ide another Detachment to join Count Lowen* ddb), iince which the Right or tbeir Army is drawing off towards Lkge-. Hiiue, Juh We fuft now hear that !o,c�� Men have be-.n detached from the Allied Army towards the Wood of Boifleduc, where they have cut down a!! the Trees in theNetp,bboU' hood ani are putting the.t.ielves in a ."ofturc of Dcience. H^�e. Juh iU We have no Letters this Day from B.igen-op zoom ; but we learn from Breda, Thoicn, S