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British Spy Or New Universal London Weekly Journal (Newspaper) - December 18, 1756, London, Middlesex ELI I S H S P r al X 0N.DON' WEEKLY - f S A t tr R Wt December y time the of Suffolk unfortunate in where he was betrayed into the hands the earl of who to the Tower of It was thought if this unhappy nobleman had not engaged in this affair the queen might have f pared the life of his daughter the lady But now fhe and her were ordered to for The poor lady received with greal and was rhe 1.2th after body of her pafs by as it was from the to be interred in the chapel of the The dake kef rather was beheaded on the zill of the fame great grief for having been the caufe of bis daughter's ' Next who was a pa pi was brought to his on which make great in tp fave own Among others he the whereupon was committed to the As fbr be had only a for two months granted in hopes making further bat at length perceiving they would in the end put to retraced His of the Kef oh his recantation be of aow be fhe was to was nothing be proved Hen WaJs riot to Hot been buc t j of Whereupon the was ' This ml to their Sir John Wai the experienced the fatal effects of he being found guilty upon the fame evidence on which his The disturbances by conspiracy being the queen on with her The in general on the they 4arW fayr 12000 clergymen dut of their The mafs was with the ufed in the reign of Henty In Philip and Mary were by his treating the gained the gl f was very little The next year the laws and the ever and Zealous ' undertook to extirpate outr of the For this he began with Dr. a among the of this tbd at the to that'll is legs and were and one bis bands before in and at The Elizabeth but narrowly the and fury 6i At laft Philip interceded for and procured her two of the her in as. ber and was even to avoid the dangers To bt ] F O r G N Nov. 16. The King for the Sum of 260,000 per to the Debts of the late Mr. Wall having fome Time ago complained td Sir of the Interruption of the Trade of his Catholic 's Subjects by the Men of that lately given .to all jp the which has been ' faid that on renewed of the Coort of Great the has that Wjr may harbour during the Winter at Porto in the Ifland 6f ' of Nov. 27. Oar Advices lis little Hopes of the We Moment of bis Although Holing his of has in the between j The anri fevere an that were followed by of and two other clergymen of the zeal for their for his having before the fire was asj he was repeating the 5jft bim pray in: of. the brains a of by a not only exclaimed the no f aitd even than by Was 6urot at ' 0f? tmi Upon Amount ihe Kinij of. of of her * to ' Nov. one this Port. Nov 26. The Court Foot that were by of the Troops of the under Prince ' has a to bv to 5 in the and in a few ' - - Nov. 27. The Queen has demanded the States df the Lower a of Florins Way of other this Court haV taken iffto her Pay 6oi>oof other which lately from the be in an Expedition of Capital having great of the bf kht arid General to the to The tho' he had or their Care to into the political ft is ridt f Be the Pulpit WdW t bf two had Entered the V ol hn Divine Providence TO piit the Misfortunes of to the King with upon Were but to and that with a View to enable them to contribute the to the their The King with the and told the he was and edified with and that he hoped the Event would agreeable to his his reported that Count de Prime of the Poland is gone incognito from to to concert with the Imperial Court the proper to be in the It is faid thaf a Detachment of of Pandours and had opened a the Mountains of Bohemia into Saxony upon the Advice of their Entry into that fome Regiments ordered to and attack which they accordingly the Irregulars were entirely defeated 1 Capital of the of Leige in Nov. 50. The Oh have with the Court of. deliver 50^009 within a limited Gity df in the Girck of Upper 1. The numerous which is m this City is commanded by Col. the molt be The King of to whom a ctne of in given Orders for Corn and the of tbe to be own Territories during the capital of Britain's German 30. Weeded one of our attended 3 Dec. 3. The this Corn deter mined to fix upM flatter herej that between the Queen and that thereby which threaten Germany with Report that which is ptw ' carried with Papers is entirely without having for fome been not with the airy of away in: it's believed has City in Dec. the from France make of the which the MoH for 1 the -Some of them intimate that Its Cafe bf Need they will be augmented to 50000 or 600OO It is that the Jews of who are for the Part in providing have brought a large Quantity in order to form in. the Places through which the French Army thuft ef Nov. 19. They write that on the 23d, in the Michael Man of of and the A ofu thirty from that Port with a and favourable for the waited for The next Morning the four of the of and the The quite a Tlie Baron de Age pf 74 him lei f a has taken 8th Prize Going on board has with 25 having reft h s of he failed in tod where there was a gieat Number which he and of had followed with and tilled them * the Ship was the LMl of the
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