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London Gazette (Newspaper) - March 12, 1665, London, Middlesex in ail the Jews being in a of upon the arrival of 3 Prophetical a lately come from j whe in few has preached fuch opinions into that ha them the number of years is all of them are big with expectation of their and the full of the Jews j above two hundred menj wo men and children are hereupon turned and their grow To that all the Neighbour Na uons have their eyes upon The Turks do nor ye op their chief Prophet Cleaving him in his Prophets called with full in company of two Saicks J as they to demand the Land of Promite from the Grand The Dutch cem to be in of jetting out their Fleet for wane of Sea and arc little fa in the courage of they Vc hath not 17 for his own Ship trading is very ami complaints of its in all parts Koules in are to be and at half His of England hath gained admiration of his and even the Dutch them by His Declaration the French very many of of the and Manu are to make uic of His on condition they may have liberty of fettling and working freely in any place near if not in A Courrier brings that a cf was commanded the next day after the arrival cf the at The French King hath appointed a Rendezvous for ail the Forces for parts at about leven Leagues from though k is his 1 5000 which lie want 7000 upon the BY particular a farther unto all owing any Rent or Sums o Money tor Wine That if they do not forthwith pay the utne unto His Royal for that fitting in Fu And renew their ending at Lady day will out them for th fame which all are to take notice that they may avoid and trouble which will We are informed from that the a MerchantShip Captain Com Uden with was let upon by a Dutch Ca per of ten from but having not all the that could pof fibly be the Captain received 11 his Com pany being fo far forced to and was into Rodiel where the men were raw as they in their blood and thrown into onel by the charitable care of Tome of his leave was obtained that the Captain might be lodged in a where all care is taken for his of which they are not without fome Nine Dutch Capers very much rhe Seas their fta rions being between in and S Vincent in Much His had Letters from SAl which That Wurren having made a and fettled Commerce with came fince to this and a little after his lent his Letters of Credence to the who communicated them to Cidy who as the Governor hath given to conclude a Peace with on behalf of His was put out of the Road by foul be fore the Order came to There are in this Town Six Men of all finall rhe Four Guns whereof one was caft away four days fince upon the There was lately a Prize brought from worth 50 or 60000 j but in faffing the was put on and loft half the value of her She had 3 3 and but z with one Act of Powder and Ball for them Afire J arrived here three from The the and and the that came in company of Five and were convoyed by the Fox March la ft the e came inhere a from who came in company with eleven Merchant who acall March Captain Commander of Fox having Convoyed home the Merchants from are all lately gives this account of voyage That he look a Ship of too from under the command ot after eight hours with the in he killed about fifty in the Town ana main or m the Brigandines tha endeavored by to retake the with the lots c onely one aiu another The Ship he into In Bij lie me Caper cf 26 Guns and i 50 whom he exchanged Broac but the two fti t under with the lets el men van away men enough to board He the Warren at i anii die probabilty of the like at Mc he Went about the Hie Harwich Manh On I the came in here Captain ot the who had con to tr e of He was by the at who lay expecting a About mouth perceived the MAT in loung Lien and he believes one or two mo e conveying of above ioo Saii ot boana fw Nf thp eve i This day pail by for 15 Fourteen one from I is by OLC that came trom aboard of one cf the that they had met with two of the Kings cf which have taken fix of their and one Convoy which belonged to the The fifteen aje clear away to Mirth This morning arrived the and Plunders i by whom we founda Maje Declaration hath wrought great effects upon the both in France and Here are above twenty come over from F under notion of Prote and many more by will Qne Hol land tells that the Dutch are much inclined to a Peace with fince they heard of His March This day arrived a VeiTel from laden with fhe came from thence in and Wintered in L She carue from and put in near and came from thence the 16 i fhe tells that flie came horn thence the the news of the League between and TO which it was there generally that they he pi very upon action both j flic met no at ail in till he uw the CoalFleet in Urn lington on Friday laft with thei J The Oxford lent in hither a laden ho that the Earl c paft this Porr on Munday and it is hoped be hath by this time hii the Wind having coati fair ever The Nightingale is returned hi die from convoying the Fleet towards The is come hither from laJen with This day two arrived here from Sf laden with Linnen Cloth and who report that the Duke was expected home from with a corfi of Men of and Merchant bu feared much left he meec with The of the Weekly runs Buried in Of tke Plague of Plague Printed by in
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