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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - October 6, 1847, London, Middlesex o NTL'MB- 77)t Picfct. Paerlburgb, Sept. 9. ATa TiiD:~ �h;n every BoJv was inclm rd to rh:ni!iihed than ic has been lor lomc Y.jrs piff, che Fi-e ot Things is fudi'enly changed, and the Vigorous ^. 1 -.j-iiion* �t rbr M Viifters of theMiritime Pow- ' ---- *----'�''.i h�r Imn. i III Ma. h,,., at lJnpt" deenmined her Imp. ml ..... frs uiihonc any lan.ier Delay, the have b-cn lo lon^ intended tor the 1ieafure draw off" the Waters which torrn their ftiundacions, wherein conlifTs thfir principal Strength. Buc this is not all, for no fconer are the French in Polfefiion of thefe Fores, buc they can with Eale N.iv>gjce trora Ancwiip cu,�: down to Bergen op-Zoon, "s they aill then nave the fole Command of hoch Sides the Scheld a lmoti to the South ot BeveUnJ. The whole Arm7 of the French in a Manner cover this Siree, t^ey feemingd'terrained only to go imo C^ritonmencs 'ritl they he taken- We are well allured, chat t:.; Secretary ot M. Van Hoey having one Diy Uft Week, by Order of the Stares Grnera!, com'pJain-ed to the French Court by a Memori >1 tfnwn i;"p for that Purpofe, that the French Privaceers haji taken two Veffels belongine to theSu r-'rers of the United i'rovinces, and deliring to have them re-ftor'e^j the King ot France had given hirri for Anlwer, Thacas leverai late Reiolutions of rhejr High MightinrfTes tended pre ar i y to the Inteitup= tion ot che Trade ot his Sumectf, he bad been o-bliged to iffje Orders, that very Day, to all. fjis MenofWaT and Privateei's whatloever, to feize and rake all Dutch Ships, wichout Di:Iincfica^ which they fhould meet with; ar.d therefore ht need not give him lei t th: Trouble of prcfentin^ any further Memorials on that Head__\lpon receiving this Advice, their High Mightiness irsy rr.ediately ordered Repriziis to b? made; and tb|: Morning News is arrived^ rhat we have already taken 3 French Ships, twoof them of great Value." From the LONDON-GAZETTE Drefdin, Sejrewter 27. THE King and Queen of Poland are [tin t\ WefTenfels, and ti^ Electoral Prince and Prfncefs at Meisbiirgh. Ttrere is certain Accounts h:re, of the Kingdom at Perfia's b ing in the moft Contufion, ahd that there are four or �ve different Pcrlons who pretend to.the Throne, and each of them at tfta Head ef very powerful Parties. b'!u!bi*i, 05. I. We hear a very bri-k hrir.g tbii Moruiog trom the Side of Fort Fredricjc. This Forr Comtrands the Sluices which form the Innunda? lion about Lii!o. ExiriS cfs t.itur frcm tb(Fha (^"Saftinten, 5^ j^. Yeltti-fay Morning at Seven o'clock, the French began to are on Pert Frederick trom two 5i tteries of three G.^cs, each ot 18 or in Pounders, whkb ^ntinued all Day, and was retui ned trotn the Fort, Some Shots were rirrd irf the Nighc with a continual Sfc ot fmali Arras, and onefy one Bomb, th.e Frmch have a Kect'c of fix Mortars, which, it is belicvM, will be opened this Night. ^ . Had Quarters n Ar'ztniuu, 03. z. We hear that Count Lowendahl his noc yet begun the Siege of Fort Lillo. Tnis look as if che French Army were going into Winter Quarters: the Mai.'on du Roy marched from Tongirs to Lotivaio the 19th paltj the Fr?ncriand Swils Guilds che so'h, and the Ai~ tii.ery aad heavy Baggage begin to march the $cjth, in the Evening, and were riling off all Yefteiday. Llegt, OfT. The French Kin^s Houlhold Cavalry mavched che 29th patt: che joth they were followed by the French and Swifs Guards. Yei-er-d y part of the heavy Bagg ge went off'with the Cannon; Tc-Jaythe re It follows; and this Day the Corps of Prince Clermont and Count d'Fcr'ees quit their prefent Pofition, and enter into the CUmp of Tongres, from whence, it is thought, rhey will march To-morrow. They will retire to Lotivain behiffd the Dyle, where, jt is faid, they will be canton'd 27 Days. I.iegi, Oft. 5. The French decamped on Tuefday la ft trom the Gate of this Town, and the Corps under the Pr. de Clermont a,nd the Count Etrces went into .the Camp atTonares, from whence the whole Army marched on Wedneldty Morning, M. de Saxe himlclf forming the Rear Guard, wich his Uhlans, , , Rtgue, Off. 5. The Council of War that was appointed to examine into the Conduct of General La Rogue, his drawn up his Scntance, �nd laid it before the Prince of Orange, but ic is not co be rpade PublSck, nor even nronoenced, 'till his Highnefs conlen;s to it. VVc do not yet hear that the French have made theinle,ves .^laf?ers of Fore; Frederick, or that they have even begun their attacks againft Lillo, where a ReiniorcemcQC ot 51-> Men, with all torts qt Ammuiution, arrived lat ly a few Days ago. Bat we have yrt no AccoQnts of the arrival of Mijor Grnefal Tiierry, who was Jikcwife lent rrom nenc: lalt Sarurday to take upon uiua the Command in Chief, there. Higuc, 0.7. 6. ReioforcJmenr of 05 Men w*s ordered lait iVedntfday tti Lillo, where Mjur General Thierry irrrved che Day ^tcer the Death of the late Cjrr.muxder, M. de Vafly, wh > WJS ki;-cd by a Ctnnon liil!. Tn.- Prince otOran^? inccnus to :'ec ouc oiiiiind.) or Mcnday lor BrcJa, in order co a:" iuc;*ryie* .* itn M. Buhu-.;. Ad-'..'ial vhr* vi.", i� �rii�;-j �.�>. tti; i"cx-.. 1 nj n " Orders to edj his^at,^. 1.1.1 �--tj:n 0 S.i *i 10J.1 is pulliiic, Tn; tad 01 the t nUVT Vi- ;