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London Gazette (Newspaper) - March 15, 1665, London, Middlesex Merchant with two Mer Wat ading upon which information whether the putting together ail the dat remanded 5 they despair of their un k is the Ships in the and together into a which is uarce the matter is vet in In the meantime they ae labouring to take away of the who co no a to that fudi be upon then even their Winter Fleet was at ye no attends made upon them all this while wanting out their Fleet to which re and the of the Year o tar to call for the States have their Depu ties for with the oi the and to make reports and the Ad that of they lend Deputies with In and to upon this wrote to the de claring that the League intends to bring out ail that Army in to towards the beginning of the next the States to 4000 and 1000 horle with them H M Arch 19We a e frequent here in with The Sea about our for the In order to the Principal fn the place put to take an Oath lor the ot that Rule and that the fet by Order ci the States be now put The Sieur Beaming intends to part tor where his is well to eye the Electors motion in this Overture of Accommodation with the as to aear conclude with him points yet remaining un e between him and us of we hope a goo j though they are fuch as want not great ever we take The forces are not vet warned at the late they fuffered from ours on They have now ly into a Villas of where finding the Sieur and pillaged him to a considerable lofs States have ordered the Village to repair him for not having rung the Bells or by iome other Called out for more hath received from the Council of State his for the Accommodation with when are no other then the terms heretofore declared to the Sicur where he in the Emre ors name made the like overture of Mediation onely we onr are not agreed upon the Some would tye the out of to cuit eur places others think it and would beglad it might be onely upon the Ratification oi the Treaty aimed The continues between the Smts of anu the Town of for the arrears of us contribution upon the zoo which is a considerable its we muft be forced to fend a Deputation of ami ct five to incline them to a it yet that be to do H And after this other Members ct with hold their Quotas to Several publick to of and the Equipage for 1 e had hoped to have out ot what is due ro us from but we are told they cannot at finde the fum and fa the ot which are very return upon us The Sieur kath had Audience bythe Asent dc His d was fott and the Innocence of a Neutrality he a little upon his Matters Retention of what endeavors he had ufed for a good o a 3jvifed as the tor our AU 1 i tit A i Ttf II H declare in Writing upon the that they muft rake This morning the two belonging to this came inro dus Trx the levying of the but has failed of the that they Arrears to them ana that according to the Allude they have the ot and he pay them things were they net fail in the uf p o 1 Sutes of having mace them the tame a of 5000 re i I L a in their with the CM fins of the Religion TiC cf hai been mo e bv the d Z who have him what they arc able to the of that Marc 14Ttic all upon Pain of death without n to any iff inv w or Warr with The in his N cry high and that leveral nd are come out of their to an no rule in but pretexts load lee r but though the Complaints be and they have not ycc thought paid for Vowns atard the On Minns came to afc the mouth m three cays to have returned w charge J but contrary winds forced him to a fortnight j Alter he ftt fail wxh fever well naught wuh Naval Pavilions and in he Down having convoyed the Merchants iafe to their Par his at in the name of the Senate of bf their Governor of who at the mace turn a present of Wines On Monday the General no tice of his came from thirty miles to give him ilit which Sir received as became him and his company at an elegant dinner on The General was much as well with the fight of hh civility cf Li to His and a particular and for the taking his as o His Fla 1 s Stern cf he Fairfax and fou Sir returned with twenty one his own Ship j being accompanied a hout and of he Seamen of the whole Fleet which as u 1cmaway the General infinitely To there have not wanted on complement 9 arrived I cf 70 laden with To I anci Captain i dcr bound Harbor or by a M 1 Wind farced in the They came from the of and that Illand to be m a eood condition and They hive taken three from the very ready and forward to able to mke what hc ether can helpe them with The Privateers there are As yet there have Appeared no Quick Capers upon thole 1 V faw two Fleets by the bat could not w they were r tenth here arrived a with Wire ana n
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