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London Gazette (Newspaper) - February 8, 1665, London, Middlesex out with The Copy of the French Peace is brought to it i only with Five Sailor French Men of War and Merchantmen depart ed this Night o laden wHi and other Rich and give that they Orders to feize upon L any Ships that belong to His of I Five Days lince the Holland Men of that were a went to in all 7 Sail of which 3 were States 2 Merchant Ships in the States the Merlin and one Keich They are gone into the to as is with the French Fleet at Thirteen Sail of are faid to be or com ing out of the of them which gives no trouble to only His of Gnat Britten January About of this we had in this City a notable of there has rormer ly been agreat for the or this and they were come to point of agreement for a Revenue of 11000 Florins of Yearly to be on that in lieu of the Right of which as you have was the ground ot this as the Treaty was the finding they had a have hooked other things into the agreement to his he let up a without any advice asked of any of the expedient for mentioned in the Treaty at To put the to a and calling for all the dors and Deputies into his both Medi ators and he declared to them in the of his that he had made choice of to whom fce intended to refer the whole The King of France and and the Emperor for his to give a The other party not iuch a and being having no to name time to report what was parted thence early the next Of all the Foreign that were there remains only the Of and the Chancellor of who as they have always laboured for a io they and intend another Voyage to to re duce all things to an and avoid the trouble I and of a I February The fecond the Brothers Captain Racket Commander the Martin Commander the Golden Captain Commander the and other fin Company of the Nightingale Captain Long Com fet Sail out of this Harbor for the with la very fair I February We gave you formerly an account of Ithe great hurt and Steeple by its repair is fo that we doubt not but that it will be reedified out of the bounties of that contribute to The 4tk of 15 Dutch War and a Ketch were all Day m this Bay but they lie loofe and Anchored not The five Sail hke lie appeared but would not but flood to rie rhe Wind at were part of that 15 Sailor we know 3 ot the 15 we to have 50 Guns the reft all but one that a fince they have not been feen The 6th a Pink of about 60 Tuns rode which iur Seamen took to be a Dutch which had been pre boarded by the People of this could they have tot their out of the Haven before they I February This afternoon the Crown came from the into tire nvo more very considerable Ships an are the Scout came in this Day 1Dou and it is faid that they faw the Dutch to vard rhe Northward of Finders if fo we ex eft eer a further account of Sir linK having again fee Sail towards February 9This Day according to the Writ of Readjournment formerly the Courts of London February This Day his Declaration the was proclaimd by the Herald at and two of hisB His Sergeants at with other with His Trumpeter attending before his Royal Palace at Whitehall And after words the Lord Mayor and his Brethren at Temple and other the parts of the City due whereas the French King pretending the execution of a De with the StatesGeneral of the and thereby determining His to be the for and invader of them the contrary of which is noto known to all the World did on the 26 ot clare War His making thus the and rendring the Peace His hath always with the faid more towards French Kings never offered for pail injuries done to His or a fair Regulation for the His relying upon the help of God in the of His and being allured of the valour and affections of His in defence hath thought fit to that His will the French and this War which he the faid French King hath With the of his Force by Sea and ki defence of His his Royal Lord Admiral of and his Grace the Duke ot General of His Forces by His of the and all other Officers and Soldiers under both by and to all attempts of the French or his and to do and execute all ACTS of in the of this War the French his rnd Subjects willing and Requiring all Hi M to take Notice of the fame whom His henceforth doth forbid upon pain of to hold any or communi cation with the faid French King or his one iy who are for the ing their and out of And there are remaining in His many Sub of the French and the States General of the His is to and give His Royal that all fuch of the or the Dutch as demean dutifully to wards His and not with His be fafe in their and and free from all and trouble of any That if any of the French or either out of af fection to His or His Government or of the they meet with at Hull come into His His will them in their and and Specially of the Reformed Re His particularly to as by the Declaration it is more largely to be feen Judges agreed upon for the are The I Lord Chief Home Northern Oxford Lord Chief Lord Chief Baron J Baron Midland Baron 1y Morn 5 Norfolk Printed b in
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