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London Gazette (Newspaper) - February 12, 1665, London, Middlesex We have nothing elfe yet of the bur that they are ail paft over the by into where they are to I 3 5 night The forces are in their and it is net believed they will joyn with rather en their The Swedes Arrive y cj 5 6 of 5 great The Lord of by Sir Sir and Captain Companies appeared in the Field this unanimously and well 2nd aie at a cayes which gives an how ready all this be to their to Country 5 as aho their care and dili gence thai is in fitting the and what never may conduce to the weil His Sacred J wJ comments in Both and Foot now in Ner are and drawing down to lie upon the Sea SV NHis the of Tent lately a Convoy of 1000 and Sco with i field to 300 waggons ot and all forts of ana men the Frontier Camions winch at i from thence they drew up all their party before and there full five bat faw no Enemy com or are weary of the and the in general as wery of French letters for France the and au con i rich of the F end in the Jet The is no yet come fiom whither lie went to ecu c the which we hope to ice here every the River being and he Wind as good ss they csn There was two dayes fince fa Regi ments cf the cf an 1 three Regiments of the with the upon their march to guard the all in good and very cheerful to the The a arrived bring ing letters to the which that the Navy un der command of the MarquiTs de are at arrival the fe of a the City of and fled to their not being of force to make cur men have fortified the threw ing up wo ks for trie of their planting their and leaving 700 men for its The Inhabitants of fo that in 4 1500 are come and taken Amcs Captain has funck a great in the mouth of the Haven of to keep the hom that We aie in great preparations for em expe dition into Navy lately received i 50000 and have taken 5 great cf Burthen to laden with which are our On and Friday laft the Lord Lieutenant Deputies met the his County are in a sood a great and cheer for his about three hundred of the of new Men in made a brave attempt upon having notice cf a Magu tinc of lying there in and of which ir is was the they leited and began to fortifie i but lying between the cf and the upon the fir ft drew to gether 4000 which upon led by the Prince who fern a Trumpet to offer them the Liberty cf fairly off 5 but they a natc were at laft with the lois of about twen having killd above ico of the Fiench that came on J one and his Lieutenant were with fome number of Common the reft made their in the They from that General the Deputies Duke ct lent to to his before he proceeded that the cj had node fign to meddle in cht cf hc p cf net his hs he be for v if inces tcr and take rart the of his Alliance His of Greit The fame that hsi received a recruit of and obliged all Subjects to bring in for his A the and endeavoured the belt to cc cfi before tha if icmc upon the i to Anchor Leagues ofi out cf cf Land Newport by break of day we hw and them into the ty ci lingt i but 16 anu i it leems to be a fitted u pafs the Channel for the they and their that they have no more them but came in a cam from on he the I Inlanders vent their Read 14 days tl e Bite and another great Man at th SinRiL and other we to be cur Hull The five Men cf War that there on were cff of nd trek there a iaden with but in and hither to lave for in the Major net admn the C went of Humber Ab rnj Sunday Light to Sea out o cur who intended to overtake the Flee unver Convey to under the Convoy of Captain in the came into Bay about n or 14 Hull bound who were this morning trimming their fcur in hc The nineth came by 6c cr 8c Sii of Light The tenth came by 40 Light lour or five Cdn which we think are in The eleventh came from the ic with GCK Convoy them to be the Hull at riii came to Anchor in the but it was lieht enough to discover what fhc The brought in IVNO French prizes laden with i From Oxen ire the morning died in that Ear ct cf a violent Fit of the which had held him tor many nays in great His hath conferred the place of Gentleman of His Bed by the cf the upon the Lord His the and which the Counties of this His His frit Orders putting in a ct upon the notices of an or intended by his Enemies and being tender of them lender the cf that hath been pleated to direct the cf the laid Counties to be returned feme for this time having given the World n cf their and to His and their in ah there a hath been certainly lated in this appeared n thi Counties upon little more ther a davs cn 6c and able men v eii The Account of thi Tetai Plague in all of the Printed by eve in
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