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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - October 24, 1847, London, Middlesex a Numb 82 CCURRENCES ro:n SATURDAY October the a4rh ro TUESDAY OBohtr rhe 27th, 1747. V,--:uVi\i\ of Ho) and.  s KOM ! I K'fAN'i 'Pr. T T E R XVF. v here I ?m at pMenr, Ptov j-vv ). lev*n !! j'' d iT'ivin p�, ' the * f  - * C;i jvi1v Ot ,-fn I'mv Co- '.o c i* �.!"' m r to thy lub.ime �x~ /incpv n \t- � a. erp % ri'-'� a"' ihiii Ccrro -wt'i i-..... �br:!l  t their Pre-theinfeivts i 17 the Carters granr- rr :i$ el.lefi Son. Pi ii:p II. SraTn, :v t-vf" .'.)� ,-yrr JT... th:s Monuch e; Countrif j, and the N>'hnd.e. Fit this -inte nrir-'tri-.'-erirpi' h'.s Tecr'r nor his i' li y. : ji � is rror levere, ir.fl-xible, and Is if' utni to lx:Ci f; v.f S:-Vfri'y Terror, and his 1 ir* w.s fi: :c for ex.-jtiog and f omen tire iUfr�ri->n jtv.'-1. his N'rijhhours, thm (uppre. Ininf reft ions or Tum'jits at H^>rre. He ,.'d to rnvcin the Walloon' as te did the i .t..'i, uj'!,'iit �.-onfi$ br contii med in their Faith, when v behold te d"te;;abie Methods the Chr jflisns to eft.iblii'h tn-ir own. I ihai! perhaps one ay p/ive tli e a Hiiory of this heilith Coutc. of vl"h J �ve-.vD'; "fJr me ilnngci'i Stoti'f. Tre \"'a' ' ens wt." f'.r tton yh'.ding to the V"' I'hiiip H. thev took Arrrs and ra�de Wi:, th.'^h sv h no p eit Succefs. A'ter n:sny Bat-Is anii S e^fS the Sp^ni tds retovcred that Pst r.'�-a tailed the Neth> their o*n Deputies. This snguft Senate ��� at the Hague, and confifts ofNteaab�fs f�nt w every Province, etch of which fifnds � many as ^tythinli proper, and defrays all their Expend. Tiele Deputies have no Volt of their oVn. bat the Votes are coliedcd by the number of Province*. *o that they never exceed feven, though there may * near eputifsin the States vcneril are governed by the Irrttruftions they te- * i�^ Th s is tt u-ifr Rr5u!ati->n. fince i: is nec.fl.rv the e fhdild be a perfect Unanimity, with regaid co two P?mrs I,- ic;:n Importance. The S::r- s of each Wnvin:� are co-npoM of D" rtitir^ .-h.> e-i br th" N'obiljry ?.^\d people, and f'o" this A/T.irbly are elected the Reprefcnrtivrs 'hrv lerKl to the Sum General. The Provincial Stt:estake the Title f Noble and Mi�hty Lords or iS'ohle and Mr?htv Powers; the Starts General are eal'edHiph and Mj:htr Lords, or their Hi^h ifthti-r.tiTe'. All thr Powers of Europe A>idjel'i th/m >n 'his Style, except the Kmfcs o.h Province pre!*:;;.* i � it*, turn, .'nd this Honour i,s tonftn*d on ti..-'r*.i:t t'erlon of irs Dep'rtation The I'refidenc reteivt*, all Memorials �nd Petiti jns, preienti there to the AiTembiy, c*uf'es them to be read and exair.'ned, h�> jiopolcs an Matters to he debared, coiltcis the Votes, and declares the Refolutions of the A fie c-hl>. l[ tint be contruy tn the Rcf'oimio'ns ot his on n Province, he has rheLibcrry of �Id J'tig up his Place to the I'refidenc of the p.-e.-eJir.g Week, m l-o forms the Orders and caules it to be r.-�; "ced. Eu-hOcputt. f"vs acco:d;'ng tj the Rank of hi; Pros'in f, tottnd a ior>( Tahie, in the mi Jit of �h^i; ii p'.i el an arm".! Chair tor the IhefiJent- No mil.rjiy Oifi'cr can fit in this nfiembiv, be-ir-^ x I't'ed by an I.xp-ef. Refnlution pjfTei in tec* Year tn ' * -JO5', and pet haps more neccfTny to thj- R iU'/l:\'k, fan u a"-y othvr Conif.tution in rhe W� ihf IMi*:!* �*e'e i-j'.'iy appv-nenilv-Ifi he Admi;J:o*s or Geuer.] into theii Councils might en^'ge ttie u in Quarrels witi their Neighbours and jo the i'ubli.k good ml ht he (V.rariced to px i'.ul'X Interals. Hoiteve-, ;nc C^pnin (}e-neia! of their ro^es (a hen there is one; h s a Rtfjr:t to enter t'ms AlT^nbiv s and mike fudi iho-polals is he 'hinks prriMi"_ii.;.atf the t.ei.-rs. Ti.e -Pi-oy'mciil Sta'es :r i hi- to c.c^n la rite on the 5 j ' c:. and ir fat * Ingle Tos� n j.-j it ('fpjics the Atfur, it mu:! tt;l t"at 0:.:h:,c fx jenoved. Hence a;i;es Dei.iv/ rnd Irieiol r'-on-*-, lo th.t Matters are often Ye�rs under \j -iiberation beiore any Thinr^ � concluded, ss 1c i> in the of a fingl: Citv-to a N'; on the Oicitrm. It b-ts b�fpened indeed once, that upon a very preifme, t nerR.-nce, v.h ich o.-.iredas lf'-'edy a Dewv,inatior?, the States g -t.etai conciud'd three Treaties Chsr;es ll. of England, but it is trertiin thit, if.Re.'l'ons of 5tatc no: exculed tbeDeruti-s rontemed in it, or if trit one or them ha i diiifireed from the> reft, they m'^ht luve been c.i.rd to .1 levere Ac* count. > It royft be owned not*itK.tar.di-g, th.:: if the States Generd have not an ablolue Power in thefe! Cales, they hv- fevers! Marks ot Prerogitive. which to Strangers, at lead, g'tt. ih.-m an Airot S-v reijnty, uho commonly inuginr tii.y govern tncU.ied Prov.nces; vhereas, ir. r-aiity, eacfi Province form. ar. Independent Rep.iSlic, provided i; enacts nothir.g contrary to t'^e p-*neral lini 'n ; lo th>t their Hi*=h Mi.thtirseifrs, !i;ict!y tuniidered, aie no: :h;J.orui� but the bervants ot the People. It is to ice.-rv, hoover, thitall foreir-n Pr'nces anu Stites aciureiS tli.mldt-cs : It is to tnat all Ambill I Dt are accredited, and -Oliver what-ever Od rs : Their O'after it. tot a Ike.cj '1 i:r.e, uii: t le-es xoe often ita-i in tot Ns*< f jpui! : Titir Hi%i Mi^bHAijf S hi* :r.� -iJjtiHr/iiJ ,'wie /i/f, tr 'lb* it am (Jinriil iclmr.ii ib-ir U\-ibr-Ju a.  .V Dun 7 t.tnSer), iUfctf atiifrf*., -nu ih:8untr ;