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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - September 29, 1847, London, Middlesex I. o CGU R RENCES From '^VESDATSefUmher the 29th, ro SATURDAY the 3d >747 // arrived iBritilbVacUth brouiht 3 Holland^//;. ft. in -. 4. Council held ., at ufmh lever*] ic was amonu.:: other i ro vvc.l the Hi quis de , .,.-,! ro ier I C -tint G'8^ to '>, ;*>'s Ar:rv in his iiuti ; but ui, t-k n thereupon is not >tt n Ti ve conrlderabie Sums t> 1 is Kovl i-!iphnels, kaue '.!;: ion ot Piafiets is remit- T e M.fterof a IV.iuh VelTcl '? Wr an ry Ifl�nJ!:t a Xceoci r-ru rti! i -i". ml �:)',: sp ,)� cM-jew basing too (in id; e>l, th-t �'�rig l>iit in Conceit with Fian.e. ;\-:r. yt. K;cne, tf'f I'.rjtith Miniler at this '. i ic t'f.'hjjn h.-:c ti;! the Situation of A'" frv -. or ri � ' - f y.i � r.' rn the \' i v Point ot enrei-t-'t' ,'rv t*.;ti- ,';)* tent R i! no . on tor In. u :i' i o rn" ':p irv ,iM. ufn ?ft; -c. Cor, cirr. :  i-.r tu o o; rh >Kt London, :t n rl great Imp'Ttan. e. The I'oint is rely lettici, in what Minner oar � ted The Diy be'orc Yel.ei- -� to p |v *rcr Coyn il ot '.Var whs heU upon this � e jih .,   ICr, ' rl. lot jI) of Coc Ire ; xh'vh the P;idmonrele sgiee I tint Ttot enough, and even rr.c-.c than : ';. I Rt-.*ditit:n ; but they apprehended : .r;.."r,v4Countty, *nd at this Sealon .  'v '�t be Jirii-'1.! t ro feenre Sub-TV.* A r'i - Offi.ers'-n the other Hind i' mi -itiCibie to foice ..n 1' . .i in tir, iJldin Ot hmhrun:, A � n  b. f-l;'iv lupplird by Or.-� n ��--.i ' -id be by no Me.4ns i.n-n> urn t'c R (b pilTible tor Ccn-*he i,ii, of snjws. We ^now v *>-.>i-,t ioi'v, i the Iu\3^,^^v^ u ill f,uon, \w |h,i Tike Wirier c^jancis at the tx'c" i ct ire Wrenc1'. hi. . 'rt. -. The Coxbinr.l Annv of P-.n'e ir.ii" i'.i.'i.-s uWn a mw ['� i;'i"n. *�n  tder to k>, -.u v..rr.M- tof-i.K. '! c long Fx-o!Lir.t^t�-> i-ve io:':> � J tor i-ovef in^ this otnfv. .nrl R;i vorcen.eprs h, ve bee n lent by |fi iot,MV". to en>b.c tl e R-puh'iick to provnte s o� n S.-'Jiiy, and even to form �n Army |n ire h Our torce^ a vety (lood Figure Upo". I'-y-r, hut are Ur unm ffiiking rv'at' 1� l0r" -�� ii.rrenjn'i whole Anlwer ua-,, That he would defend the Place to the hitFxr emity. v.-ni 0 as it isuci! defended by the Inundation, h.s a'ienr Garijlbn wrii I'tipplied with every Thing, and a Communication open with the Lines, theie is no doubt that ic win hold out til! ic an be teheveu, Colonei Spark has gained immoml Honour ly his Behaviour ja the far it was he who d.len^ieed G.� neral Cronitrom and the Prin e of HtfTe Philip-uho �as iutronnded in their Qiaiters by tie f.cnch, and at the Time ot his pa/lirg the Bridge trom the Gate of Steenbergen, the French kept a cou^r.ual Fire on both Sides, notw ithft�ndin� wniLij, he browcht off the Rea-.i'w.s ot tnei. Re-gi-n-nt and t e/t Golours; the Colonel hid Several Shut through his C:0.tths bJt had the good not to be woundad. Aniw>>p, S-h. i). His M.ielly was no fooner informea of the taken ot Berpen-op-Zoom, than he declared Count Lowendahl Marinal of France, and Governor ol that Place. His Majefty has been ,r o pvaf-d to declare Marinal Count Saxe Governor G.neial ot the l-;en^h Ncthcrhn.h. It i'> ^*id that the whole Lois ot theAhks in the lace Affair, tdlsveiy little lh-urt oi Men', and that t!.-Bjg^ige ot the Troops that uere it t':e Lines, was tor the mo;f part taken. The Rrdtir'ti >n of Lil'o, and the otner rwo Forts upon the 5.tie..!, va ill be urmrdioTtl)' unJ*rtok;n , and 4^eo Bo rh , of the laig-o S-ze, have been alteady broujht h.= the; lion Br;.il' is tor that lJurpole. M. N>.ai rs arrivcii here *.i la!:, let out the mxt Day for Ik.C'ii'op Z03:r., and having contettrd ^ r n M. Lo.a etijj/.i, returned hither tnis Mo Oar Bilh tre mention, the t e Fr l) In 1 :o he Ulfpoli'ions for r.t;l.; out ot t e Co NLe on the ofur Sid- ot : of . ar,, :1s in had transported !! H. �. We rive Alvie: ra Perl;., by the Way of R.;.;1-, of rh. ol July, accoidir.g to wn ct:, the Rev" 1 r ';: tMt Lrclr* was b:co ne 1^ teo'crai, thit ^ah-c-i Nad r, tee r,j his de:per..e, h d i.'lolved to Bv v* .ch lorn? A.�gai-zes and lUbeck , -Auz 3 :� co him, to t �d Jo.!;-J ail li- T' �ii;� � ��; b -t tojt berore i,c could exe.ure this Ref u ion, he was Mien uron ar J ir.urdeie. hi .is Ten ihs Jeti Pefnani, ''-ho:!- li ren.un J bout v�i s*.'3> i.nxeci 1 to.-.y lent to his Nep :e lulperd and a^oii.h ali the Conttifcutj-Qtn impoleJ by the late S ha..". e '.ear tro;n SteCf.heige,), that M. Lowen.-an. not vet at* tempted any Thing either again!: that Place, of d^aiilt Tnolen b-,t thu M. St. Germain has been detivhed withfereo Men, ^nri a Tram of Artillery, to be.' ttie Forts of Lillo, Crussfhaus, ani l-:ederic: Time when the Fiench m-de rhem-lelves Mafters ot Berger-or*Zohm, re auiorutely falte, it .be'ng certain, that there were no BaVa* lian Troops tnen in tne Town, tnoie who had ailliled in the Defence ot rhe Place, having been ordered into the Lines the Day b�tore. Hotter dim, Stpt. -.6, N. S. We h ve no News of the Monons or M. de LowendahPs Corps, except*, ing that one of his Detachments has betieseJ Luo, and anotne. is riling upon Fort Frederick Herry. There are Letters trora,gen of Y.ttcrday, whi^h fay, that the u.ain Corps s Irill encamped under the Cannon of ,era,en ot> Zoom, ttuibmg, Sept. x?, N. S. T�e States ot tnopTO-vin.� have pub-ifhed an Edict to call 'n all the plat ot tnis Illand, w.'ich is to be coined into Specie, .,nd wiu, jc is thought, prod J. e 2b ut 40,000 1. Stirling, and ,tor which theO->ne!s are to have FourperCcnt. They talk 01 f^liosving the Example of the Province ot H.'limd, who a:e to iurr.iih two per Cent upon the].- wiioia Capital. It is laid that the Prin.e or Orange defigns to fend into thele Lfiunds, Trocp; for tii-Prince Stadtholiei's letting out id -he Anr.v, and that the Pnncefs of O ange, . ,s Co'ii.-r., wirh the Prinaefs Caroline, w.i. rei�m at tne Hague, her Highncls being far aiit4,,~e.l ui uer Pregnamy. We hear, that the Tax lately evled in Holland) will raile near ten M'nuon S et.-fR. This Morning Count K-'f-in^-gg let out i^r H ii'-vich, to e �ur*. uir r. :. Weaie uiioam'U, that -S; uii a. S^; y u t, t Dut .1 Adtntraii has iaken a lichi.cnca P iz� ;