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London Gazette (Newspaper) - February 19, 1665, London, Middlesex Britain is crear in by the or His Fleet in the No hip tom Hol lanz having appeared upon thele nine There are arrived in thele parts Ten of in Six fur this cne tor Ge one for one for and one for laden with and for Eng They the Barbary and law no Sayl By fowl weather eft cf Cafe they who do not yet Here is news from that there arrived the new Cornelius An fan who met with fome Barbados where of he took Carding her with eight or nine fix ct tht remaining in but as foon as he the fix the mattered the and came into Soon the fame Cornelius another and put into her the like company cf eight or nine men j but coming off the the fell upon the and killed them but he was afterwards retaken by the lame ana brought into with twe other ail Military Officers of what condition were here in were by order of the commanded within the cf 24 heurs to their respective Ga At the upon mere Com plaints from the States of Eaft of the great fpo s and committed by the with a re That as by order of the States they had been to they would take order to fee the f It is ordered that Deputies be lent thither rom the Provinces of and Prince Maurice being ordered forthwith to repair to his to have fome further crni after given then that only of Governor of and that he may lave power to of vacant charges in the to and pardon offences in the And as they now lately by an returned thanks to the Prince 3f they would not let him go but fend him a more formal then yet he hath received for his bft years We cannot yet agree upon the point cf the the part here think it great and no Ids o place it upon the Prince cf Orange that are with other to have the Prince nade General of the that the de Turene hall command in chief this year whole great experience they pretend maybe very for entring that Prince into the of And Prince they would allow him the place of the dc and the an to It the ill carriage of the French at has fome between theirs and ours in the which coming to of the French were and fome dead upon the place J ot which complaint hath been made here by he receives onely to complaints we cp pole en our with which every day in great A Pals is agreed to be given to Dom to pafs from to fo foon as our Treaty with the Elector is which Severing in his laft report tells us The termes are not yet made pub lique The on his part is a of a certaine number of men J what is on is not certainly only it is faid the Elector will command his own Forces in and they hall only be under Oath to They of have called for an of their beins in apprehension of the who remaine at may attempt on now their is forced The States of Eaft with the in particular continue to the d on them by this in forcing the quavering cf the Prated by over sga f ct xv e Rococo all quartering and rai tc hich yet violated their Is c t to c ir ever e i f Man Her granted hrit a and fis the a the t it to they to re fcr jn n Troops will HI The Dentation to Eaft net in the mean time that they of cm cf the Companies at inc ordes hence to march refined to ftir ordet M i which tie written it svo o re the i y the crr riage ct the Fiench in Upon b cut a left moved that te end cs Seamen Kail be fent the and he intended to be back at the Hague thy In t e mcare time nts n fr the of in the makers cf which have by this Biy 10 l Si with 17 Merchantmen and came cney cne a to Land the Agent in cf England Fregats that parted with them at are hourly at Tangier to oyn with Off of Faro they took a and be twixt a The laft thought to be Smith intends UD as far as in the Holland Men of War and ail the Dutch Frepts that were are run awy fcr of ours eight cays An Boat that the Hollanders had formerly is made a Ca and this day along the within of and had like to a com London j but being ttc by fire s or at the Caper to cff to and the London Thi night in the who is faid to have chafed lore a an under This day the accorti inq to the laft Prorogation met and were by vet rue of directed for to his Grace the Lord of and other of the Lords Spiritual and to the 25 ct prit the nnd Mer maid arrived they were 4 fent to ply abowt the Coaft ct they no hips that own to be but all under Names of and They with from which informed That the hips that were dacd into twelve dayes have received fo great a that moil of the Men have for fa ken and to get with ether Several being at that time in This cne a S Minns with a Squadron cf flout the towards the Coaft cf where are told he is like to find Four in This Weeks nns Buried in all M cf th in Burials week n
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