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   London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - April 28, 1847, London, Middlesex                                l. XLVL Numb 32. Pue's Occurrences. From TUESDAY April the 28th, to SATURDAY May the ad, [747. \rdiy arrived One Britijh Psc^t, trbieb brm^t one Holland Mill, viz- J torn ih� LONDON 6 A 2 I T T I. Ktfjtt, Sky a. 1ESTERDAY we had Information ] that the- Town of Dorr, Haer-I lem, Delft, Schierdam. laAUy-, den, had conformed to tbe.Re-fp!ptj0n Q  van Ghent was taken on Sunday Night, though as ; yet no Perfon is arrived from that Place. At (even this Evening two Boats arrived here from Hulft, the Paflengers bringan Account, that the French : having laft Night made an Attempt to cut off the t Communication between the Garrirbn and Wei* > rorden, where the Troops under General Fuller [landed Yefterday Morning, a very bloody Aftion enfued, wherein the French were repulfed, and 1 were faid to have loft 1000 Men. The Englilh came up Time enough to have a {hare in the Action, and are at prefent encamped at a Place called Stoppeldyck.   We alfo hear thatGeneral la Roque has round means to cut a Dyke whereby a great Number of the Enemy's Cannon are laid under . WiW that a large Body of the Befiegers ba3 been ; obliged to retire, and it was thought the befieg'd were in a Condition to oblige the French to a-bandon tbe Place.   We area/Tared that a great Number or the French Troops which were about Stays and Yffendyke, and in the Ifle of Cadfand, are filing off towards Ghent. Tht End of (ha LONDON GAZSTTK. Oentd, April 1%. The Auftrians art at feflr come agamft us with all their Forces. The Attack began in the Night between the toth andnth Infant* fince which th� havt continued skirrniihing with our Troops. They caret down upon us in three Columns, and by three different Places, in tbe Valley of Polfevera. There has been a very froart Attack on the Side of Bifat.no, and particularly to" wards Forazxi, which they have made tiwmlelves Rafters of. Yefrerday" the Republic^* Troops, that were i* the Valley of Polievera, having been attack'd there, weft obliged to retreat Five hundred Fr-nch that Were ported atBolzmetto.refolv'd upon a Recreat-riMS Morning: M. de Maurice their Commandant, has likewile triougltt proper ro mirch back with his Detachment, and take Poft . between the Gate of theLaathorn, and St. Tho- j rnas's Gat*. We forefee tbat the Cky rauft ftand I a Siege, and the Hopes of our Deliverance are now built on the Arrival of the ntfw Succours from Provence. Berlin, April iy  The King bar receiv'd a Courier from the Haguevwhole Difpaccbei make a great Noife here; and tt�r�& the Attention of the whole Court, Hii Majefty has held a  .uu u�v �.�t miuigoiy look with a favourable Eye on the Juftice of Republtck's Caufe, and give a BiefTmg to i<� Means that OiaU be employ'd for he* Defence, &c. Tn� other Refolotion of the State* of this Province* dated the 18th of April, contains the Report which the grand Penfionafy made to the Af-lembly of their Noble iod Gwat Migbrinefles, touching the State ol' the Negotiations at Breda-whereby it appeacs, ' That the Repubiick's Mmil* ttn never fpoke a Word there of a fecret Accem-modatjan, nor of a Neutrality for the Republick, but thataO the Steps they have taken did conftasu-ly tend towards a Pacifkation: and as the Grand Fenfionary exprefs'd at the fame Time his Surprise nd Indigfistion at the injurious Reports fpread, as-rf Che invafion of the RepublicVs Territory had been concerted; in order to pave the Way to the pretended Pro/eft of a Neutrality; *or � feparate Peace; their Noble and Geat MightHeffes, after haying exprefs'd their entire Satisfaction at the Grand Penfionary*s Conduct, have defire the Dt miru. ��f*uVI.7fiJi.Tw^"~i       "t,Ml- w,c       I theStaces immediately conferred ali his Honours S^?It^A^^*^ke{^*,rrtiniheir   ndfimploymenti on his Son Prin-x Mauri SP^,V* T0W,"S 4t"r the ^utLbors of thole ^ I cldc� Son the Prince ot O .nge bein- Yhen in the VaS�ZV^ ^ brOURht tOCOndlen   HinJs of      *ParUJrds..Prin^e Malice, who by HH*e, tit,*. The Fermentation of the Peo-| mc Title or orange, l.elj ius Aaihoiity, ,(ttl,a.   

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