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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - May 5, 1847, London, Middlesex RENCES From TV ES DAT May the ' 5 th,-to SATU AD AT May the /pth, 1747. ;rde, $p* .rjje Pafljge of the j h?dv^Artill�r^which U to be. ploy'd at, tbe Siege or Genoa, and r thatParpotfj they Kavi,been obliged to,�low fame "Rocks," Wfr*, took up forae Time. The �n(n,h*Ve taken fome dipre'French ships with ' 50.0 Men on Board. Pmribmi, April 18..' The Levy of Rlen> idered .in this Empire, is. entirely completed.-Ji-fbey are bufy at Mokow in forming, new Battali-K, which are to copjift of ej4 Men each, eidu. ,ve,of Racers. lieutenant "General Polikow is jrrived here froai that City, and will be eraploy'd 1 Finland* whether the Court has order'd ibme ,re liegjmcnts* The Earl of Hyndford, Amba f-lor from the King of Great Britain, hasprefent-a Memorial to the Court, demanding, wirh-mucb .'rneftnefs, the Revocation of the Prohibition iiblifhed againit the EngTiflt Merchants, with regard to their Perfia, by the Way of tuffia. LUgt, Mar Mar(hil*5�xe haying demanded of be St�tes a Paflage for a Body of 19,000 Men. by Way of Hamay in the Territories of this Dio-. :, OhUh bavf-bfttfn-fant .to-the inhabitants to irepue the neceflNry Fptsfge and Provisions. We tarn-from Maeftikht, that ibey began the iftat nothing may incommode in Cafe of a 5>egt. Wt added, that fotm� Troops were expeded to rein-�rce the Oairtfon. MidAebouTg. *t*y i- Oar Impatience to fee the, rinoe Stadaiolder arrire bete jpcreafes with our incer. and we- the ratter ^flatter ourfeives with -s flriog with the utmoft ^ur Succour, as before he fufpeAcd tbefvent, which hi jgiven fo much loy here, he wrow co the Lords fvthe sutes of th�s Province, a Letter, whereof the following is a Translation. ' Noble and Mighty Lords, f 'lathe tritiul Siuutita tbu tbt Repuilict in genertf finis berftlf, tad Urtuultrly tbt Previnee sf Zealand, bj the hofitfe imupcn of tbt frenfk in tbtt put ffB*n-dm tvfctcfr -htlng} te tbt KtpmbiKbj tnd trbieb'sonftntt * dirtily upon J9*r Pminct, l thought it iudifpnubty ' myDuj to "ffi* to jtiP Noble Mi�btinrj}ti,uato pbotu I' ��' bat tbt Hornet -to bt * f/jltJ, tm PpJ�h *nd Servict r * far tbt Btftnet iff tbt PrOvinst of ZttUnd, in (tub a ' manner tsytnr Nfibie Mightintffa fbnU tbink^ tM(t ndvtn-' tifitm tt tbt Prwm, nud ingoadln&tbfunth ' ifyeuT Sftbie Mtttnjfitfas nrt glenfed it tcetpt of tbt ' $ei\ mbieb I novo m/fi 14m tfnfy t$ ri/jfc twb fr}> * and with tbt ftmt Zttl ,bu m Anctfttri bave Jbewn, ' my lift and fortunt far tbt Pukfiii&Htd, for tbtPttjtr-' Win of tbt Vmamst of %etU * gum and Liberty, wbub *4nrj� jjtekgrtat Danger* 'ilam, at ?��rr NnbkMgbtinfffeifirjt &eqnget^xu wbicb it ' fams tt be S*bjt8. * timt tniploy�d intfiis Ex-dition, wfcrcaroTd �irh drirafTsr pirt denlfd *v^vrv���iM M^rM,\aa -v>**a*�a� yarn* by the Oyke of Kiefdrecht, and part were ewbark'd % Boats. 'T%eIeTf6^n^b/^e�feTve Outwo^s were taken and re-taken tbricr. Our Bayonets ftood us in good ftead cm thh Occanon, as our Prifoners mtorm ns� it is inconcervabie how the French durft make ftrch an Attack^ over a Dyke that is downright Bog} it is true, they were fa* vour*d by their Batteries of Cannon and Mortars, which kep% a continual Fire 'cill the veryMoment they began their Storm, w+ikh, together with the Obfcunty of the Night, was the Reafon that weh d not the ieaft previous Notice ot ihejr Defi�n. As loon as the Attack faejran, Igain, with a Deluge of their i-orees, in Hopes of carrying all the OutwOHcs; there never was arty Thing ot ks Kind feen more Obftmatc and Bloody, than thjj DHptrre, whkb Jafted from the Fa3 of Nigbi, 'till it was alraoft Day-Light, when with much ado they took l*oft at rhe Foot of the -Santrkerg. The two A (faults in which tf.ey were rtpulfed totally, coft rhem one thoufand Men eavh Time, -and it is believed fbe laft coftthem as mimy, if not more i atl the Troops behaved as well as it was poffible. and hava (u#er�d confiderably, but att pttfenc we are in foch Confuffion we can form no juff Com-potation; if Js feid the LieutcitiriHCofonel atid Major ot the Royal Scots, are dangeroufly wound* 'ed *, certain it is that many 0/ their Men *te killed > the Regiment of Brag has atfp f�fer*d, but' not io much, tho' terribly expoted ; our Regiment ot Thferry has had its Share in the Glory and in the Lolsy CoL Van tteakdona, Lieutenafir-Cofonel BvrWr^J�sdkzi^ot,C^nraiy^�fth four or five mo�OniCeW,^d*�teTOufiy ,woundetfi we expect erery Moment another Englift -Regiment torero-force us i the French Priloner* fky, that feven freth B�ttalion$ rfc expsSadr' in tfieir Campi and that Count Lowertdahl i> refolved to hare thv Place, tet ft coft what j* wffl. in the mean Time we ait determinef to attartc them in their new Voft thiv Evening, Ditpofirjona btiof a^uafly making for that porpQfe.* Yelterday fcverat rtn>a&n4 Pealkrlts from the Eaftem C6Hr� advanced towards. Bilagnol taking a Circuit beMnJ the HiH. and Ka"to jom'd a good Number of the Pcafants of that,Vaaey, thtj venti ' prejeeeded oy -Jeitera! Companiw Of Gorfictns, to ^ack the AuftriinV onCreto and Diamood Hit! on toeEaft Side, white, ^he French arid Sjatiiards, and theKepobnck1*Regular Tr^^ttae*�d them on tfie WlflTsrdVftok the H�T cafled The Two Brocbea: fi moft terrible Fire of Cstmafi and Imall Arms ifes muleoh^ttrPart, whfctewa* wf briskly ret^rr/d By; the a^emy.- Io the After-ooon the Abrtriins ftot to theHiUnjffmentiond an Officer, accropinkd byaDruaWtn wfr�r�Let. i Middlebourg of the tfah we learn, that that'Day I an Exprefrbad pa/Trd by rJiere from his Royal High-�er$ the bake ot Cumberland to Commodore Mitchel, who had ppfttivejy a/Tared feven! Depu-tiei of the province of Zealand, that his Royal Highneis had^aufe'd a large*Detachment of tW Ar. ray to pafs rhe Scheld oyer PoBroom,in order to go t * the Ajfiflance of Halft. .Yefterday Afternoon arrived-an Ekprafs frolaret the advanced Pofls of rhe Enemy. Cotfne S-tidhrmbTfrg, out Gpmmander in Chief, with thi Oolvrmn under hisCotamaud, met with little or no renftance^ and it had been well for the Enemy it they fad (u&red aB the -reft to pifs iri the lUee manner. To fay the Truth they oppofed but two outofftx. Prince Piccolonruii, who was to Mar�^� into the VaJJey oilPtrlcever-, tnet with fome oiflS Genrral Migufrc met alfo wkh tbme rnterruptlon in his rtiaixh, but it co& the Enemy dear, for befides thoie killed and wounded, hi made thirty Pr^foners. ' On the twelfth, m the rtbrning. fbur Con\jft-oies ot GreBatffers were Ordered to attack thePai Jace on the Ttip of Mount Peragoj whtre the*Enemy titd vtry gocxi Works and a regular QatrfSfa. wtiich made a very ofetrnatd Detent*, but oar Troop* beinX very well Supported, carried it at the fecond Aflault, Xnd a Captain, fdar other Oft-cert, and the reft of the Gmiion were made Pti-fo�ers. Upon theffiie of theHW theE^my ha4 anbtbei' Potr. caBed thtSpuf, whidjis of great Importance,' as overlooking apart of the City, and therefore tfefey Tmroediafllj^ ^rtrofred the Troofa they had already there, box we did not think fie to artiikjti beoufet^tcTjoy becfooewith-oac ArtM&ry, and we wtre ^tttfi rd get mote tban twf%a11 pieces of Cmndn ap that Evening "^ef flw ThirteemR, 'Qenetil Schulemberi gaae Orders tor tbe Qurrrxr-ttifter General Re bin, arid Captain Agunt to advance uftder an Ei.drtiof teh Grenidiers and as many Groats, to ttke a Vlew^ add m*ke a Draught of t8e Place, which they �'-cordingly pert^Md.rj�twirflfHniiri| fa^oppo-frf&n that wit given them'by the Pea&nts; who were obliged however 'torefire, nvit!�er was tht Saccefs any greater, tfrhirt dtey had erefted a Baw tery of foutpfcCes of Qdn$h a%d i#o HauBitttri. We have not Kid any if^i rteifon to admrte e� ther tbe Courage of rfte' Peatirtiti, 'ox the ikiH of tSfe French Erjgjneen; i� m�y be, tkry referved'bOtb for the Defence ot *eitddy of the Pla�, -" On the fafritetitl. theft h�ppered ootfetnf L *.on tfirfffreerrth in tbe Morning, �boot5ev*n I o'Cldck, Cotone-1 Blan^ete, accijnrpxnied by twi> Officers x�r�-DTvirn before' tfiei�rwtnt toward* ' the*IW! ddVXncvd fWof Tfee fe*4 riots t^eJenfed tfieir" ^fcce^ aftd �*re goiiTx a> m >o tne Govefnm>ht, importing, tftit Gtneimt , &ri upjo^f tINi fAtowK*/ M tfcx Ffff|fth o#l'fel '�-� to treit with ^he-RepUb Wem to tie Defiurf flro�i the- Jlrnojfe; The CRevahar At ^bvUi Bwijb |p^rxj^e cogcf who v.�w1tfetfeM�raUi*>pr�^l^f^4,*^^ Striate I nrtedhTd ?, aj 1 lib rfoliil jties ihoaid ^. 1 v f ;