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London Gazette (Newspaper) - February 22, 1665, London, Middlesex We arc informed fom f 40 Gallics with from but we do not yet 1 ear chat they arc come out of the Pr tat The remaining of the one party to and the Kingdom of another party to fall upon other pa TS of cur By the fame Letters we are that the Divan will fend s more numerous A1 my to fail upon but the In habitants fear not their well all and the Fort though very near the who much defire to be matter of This City is now upon the of making a Bank of a Million and with which they intend to 30 to convoy and make Re upon the To winch divers of the Nobili ty and Merchants have already We have forme ly given accounts of the Arabians and Jews in more full we have In lies Kingdom of in which s the populous of full of Merch n it lying near the Red In this we are informed there is a Jew called who by iis powerful hath in a few cays reduced all the Citizens to his Devotion who hrve their rnJ forced the mit to In little time that party very nume and gave command cf to calling 5 who every day grav ing greater by the of and I drew after him all the Arabians of the or Since which growing more they marched to Cape of without taking the City of By the we are that in little moe then three with a very vaft Army they paft the Cape of Zibil ibiz and were of the City of and whence they wrote to all the Jews of and to prepare for their and that they were in a to fee them from their to the This morning we taw a Squadron of Ships Eaft off of this plying to the and in a frort time after were out of fight this A of this Town came out of the Mafter he faw above Twenty Sail the but they wee fo far that neither our Towns nor the Mafte of the could they He reports That 40 or 50 Sail cf with tlit in a wayed and are cone to the The Count d is returned cm affoon as he he fo by the who vey with the Relations the Count gave and in with that part that his Imperial who is to part from Spain about the 14 of Count 7 by a informs the Court from of his departure from with a That he received great of and from the Turks and fuch as never vet were given to any other On the the have ha but being treated Ly the Grand Seignor at the Audience but and hcd onely eight and thole very ordinary We are that the Military prei the cf are the being into jl places in order tu bring heir forces together the of i The intends in ro with the i Army to give life and force to their and to make what upon the Kingdom of Zetland The Deputies of this Province of Zen lind upon the liberty the have taken of the of have it to take care to have order lent to all the oi P t it tic mdc he put in UK hat a he At the tarre time care told by B hath cnt to all the to know their ft and this by Court o tl e tb and 14 Mci w we may C is hee Vv thai I L out vc y be on y litre cf the hat gh our Frontier ot cur Garri a f be xe y r 1 L pre to hath tended nre and its laid ind 10 to pals Harbor with 514 Cask of day cf ae will kath litre ot the P I hath been have been known to pals Towns to make of f oni know the time when the F end whc 1 in out to tc be there be the s and a Ketch here wz daies ng with them z pr They arc c y upon the revs of the md to out their ti cv confi Ticy ic G to to ivc in the r vent or t c The y to rr it to be in that without he rot he c the J The ten 1 r to M j five tc in company together upon ten Sail of imall of to l day the great of C we think to be near ihe Bav or E rln I O L ij lair This off of fifteen great judged ro he the palt by tl c back of our S nds to A came in alng the Lon C ail is that wry and a In the Evening were ty Sail ot Shirs ro be about three leagues fom the the what they were we cannot they along to with out any flay 5 its they are a Fleet cf our own Mer chants outward merning failed to the Northward forty great and The Lift right and this morning we delayed about a drzen all Northward A Funch H with about thirty has forced two trading into is nrw near 2 Merchant but fix makes the iland there ae two Ketches under brisk with leu vel gone hence to relieve The Hubor fourteen cf a Convoy from more went tc them this Harbor i ome tor and feme fj Hi Excellency Earl of His to the of having cf His let forward towards Port fro where few tocna bork lot n v Jii which makes us tin this day arrived two ir
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