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British Spy Or New Universal London Weekly Journal (Newspaper) - July 9, 1757, London, Middlesex h JSP 0 Ri The Universal LONDON WEEKLY JOURNAL July 175-7. Continuation the of The of the Reign of ITHIN a few boors after Charles had his James York was proclaimed in One would the people of England had been they would not have a known to the after the experience of what their under It appeared that the reign of James would not be more happy for the He convinced finger would be thicker than his or brother's loins and chit in the and to irons a government hereditary right of The fir ft of bis was a to continue the payment of fuch as were granted to Charles only for lite ana had no right to him by Pt. flep was to Titus Oats for being an evidence in the late and being fp cruelly and that burning to death at a would have been compared with what iie for them in the of the was little Severely handled a was for killing Dangerfield after he hid been whipped from Negate to had been whipped from to Newgate That famous divine Richard Baxter was before the chief a man fit for of the without honour or I ihe laft and ever ready and the national to was his having a on the New wherein it was pretended there were and highly fined 500 to lie in till he paid and to find for g cd James not to be in bis by a Pt. he to get one to which he effected by none bat tories to be fo fit in the houfe of This paved the K's way to by him iuch a revenue as enabled him to govern without a Pt. The of the late K's fon had been the a little before his father's The K. had ever been the D's and the latter was fear of his But in order to and alio in hopes of obtaining 3 the Duke to attack his He was a anc withal in therefore he doubted not of many Friends Leaving Holland with about 80 lol he landed at Lyme in the weft of 011 the Here he a declare aerating the Ki of all the during the and making fuch and invitations to all that join as are in papers of that He alfo affirmed his mother was privately married to K. long the of Portugal This had been reported and not a few believed it. four days after the D's his followers to 2000'. This made him hope they would continually increase as he advanced into the On the 15th he removed to and thereby prevented the of tp the famous general from him in The latter had marched to with 4000 militia but Monmouth had his forces in fuch a that Albemarle thought fit to perceiving his had no inclination to Monmouth next marched to Taunton without Here be was received with joyful acclamations and his troops he the of K. and was pro the name of He next marched but when he was advanced within three miles of that he heard hat his forces were coming after he ed upon and marched towards After city in he beat op one of the K's quarters at where lay a party oj which he entirely From hence he marched to he met with a chearful Here he heard the ill news of the defeated the Earl of who had begun to act for him in Scotland and for which the Earl beheaded at the Dake where he found in a manner Thp Earl of Fever 4um lay on one fide that with about goco men many parties 01 militia were alto the Duke to who then lay at ingly he began to march at eleven at with great and in two hours fell in with a which the reft of the and gave them time to draw op and receive their The battle was fought about The Duke's headed by the Lord routed at the at the head of bis long fought with great bravery bat being by his and by the K's he was at laft having 300 men flaia on the 1000 in the and 1000 days after the was found in ft arid fent to where was J May 23. the Ship c by lately fitted out frum this brought into our Harbour a valuable a Ship of about which he took about three to fhe Southward of in Lat. 29 She was bound from Porto Prince in to Old France her is to of 400 of Quantity of valued at about 90CO 1. Sterling She failed out with four other bound to Which parted from hef a Dav or two before 0ie vyas taken j one of is Several French Letters on board this confirm the Arrival of the Squadron by and that he had fent out two t-o clear the Coaft of our but ihu the run into Porto and the thereof thereupon put to and a great Number ofr Cannon were | heard for Hours fo to hear of foroe May 30. and Friday laft their the Capt. the Harris f 12 Carriage Guns j and brought in with them five ch to three a and a which they took of a Fleet 27 between the 7th and off Ihe as they we e trom Cape Francois to Bourdeaux They were unuer Convoy of five French Men of War ot the and a when our Privateers and left the Cape but s before they were The Ships are of 14 Carriage Guns are Letters of a hot Engagement of and our wete obliged to board them before they are at 300 is about 250, and the Brig about 200 deep with &c. And we hear one of the Ships has between 80 and Weight of Indigo on The Whole at the is Valued at about 70,000!. Betides the above the a Day or two before fell in with the above mentioned took a valuable bound from the Cape to and her for Some of the taken in the above that the five Line of Battle Ships and when they left the in a certain Latitude were to proceed directly for and that the Greenwich Man of lately taken from the was at Anchor in the Cape from which it is natural to that either Want of render the French unable to fit her arrived here in fix Weeks from the Bay of Honduras came out in Company with Capt. of this and off Cape they faw 12 Sail of French Ships one which he took to be off 80, and another of he was well allured for the We have now in this Port 20 who only to proceed on their j and three two of which are 24 and the other 18 will be launched in a few belonging to this Port FOREIGN Capital of the of June 7. The having received Advice that the Hereditary Prince of Morocco was upon the March towards Ceuta with an Army of 40,000 has ordered four Battalions to be thither j by Means of Reinforcement that will of ten and be to the Marf City and Pert of June 14. Several Privateers of this who had been out fome are returned being with a by a a Squadron of Men of War was On the Point of appearing in the Capital of June 9. Hec Imperial has ordered Apraxin the March of his Army and to commence the without Capital of the Kingdom of June 10. Letters received here from the Ruffian Camp at Schadow that the whole Army of her Imperial con filling of 125,000 is at and that as foon as ic is of the Army will penetrate into and the reft Memel 21 the fame capital City of the of Great Britain's German June 24. e ve Advice of the 25 Troops towards this their fixed in the of where are already in preparing Thing for their In the ot Roval the Duke of Cumberland is military has been delating and an of fuch that their aie in a verv tu put I hing in Camp before 20. Upon Notice received that the Army of Count Daun was daily and that u was actually 45,^00 65.OO0J and advancing towards g and with an to get the of Corps and the King's which lay before on the other Side of the the King of fet out laft the 131 in the to take the Command of His was attended in this March by three Battalions of and ore Regiment of and was joined on the Road by a Detachment which had employed to guard the confining cf five Battalions and ten The Day Prince Maurice of followed with fix Battalions and one Regiment of Reinforcements joined the Prince of Bevern laft af fix Miles from After their the whole Force of the Army of 32 Battalions and ill and by the 32,000 On Saturday the about Three in the the Army attacked the near The was very and till Night but the Superiority of at and the drew The King of immediately to the Blockade of which will be executed this and the Army will retire towards The Particulars of this near That the Infantry attacked with great Bravery and drove the from two Hauteurs which weie defended with and afterwards attacked the third Hauteur but not being by their they were flanked by the and put into fuffered greatly from the Cartridge Shot of the The Army remained that Night upon or near the Field of and retired upon the The Army was mod and covered by a very numerous placed upon the high Grounds between and St. John the we have as jet no Account of the exact Number of their nor cf the Lcfs they have in this Action The King of commanded the ancl his Per fon to the He returned laft Night to the Camp beyond the and march this Morning with the At my that lay on the and the on is going of the new additional
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