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London Gazette (Newspaper) - June 26, 1693, London, Middlesex t June to H E Circuits appointed for this are as follow Norfolk Lord Chief Baron ac djU Julf 17at J iat the of at tbe of of Tb feme day at the New Hail ot the City of Friday at Home Lord Chief at the Town o Monday JWy i at 9 Monday Lord Chief Baron Mr Northern tbe Town Saturday flav Midland Circuit Baron at une f I Monday Borough of The fame day at Saturday at of The at the City of at Saturday at ac Monday 14 af City ot The at the of Saturday at the eiry H Oxford Baron Monday June This day arrived here an called the who the he law tle French confining of i of about great 16 5fioinb and the reft Tenders ia where they the except zo Sail who were Weft June The French 1 14 Sail of all has been 8 oo the Coaft On the nrh an here with an account rhat were in Bay and this A that the Count was joined with and rim the whole Fleet wM to the tn doubte the Cape cf June The French Fleet oar laffi advice in the Bay of between Cape Fara where ks faid the Count When the on of he put out the fending giving notice of his arrival upon as he In by the This Nut from whence he came about ago I days after he pat into the Bay of and where he was informed by the that io Bay were about 40 Frendi next day he heard near TOO Guns fired ftp Three days after he left in foggy he M Fleet of Ships in the Latitude of flanging to tlw Southward tbe Wind f Vienna The Letters hup S 5 tell that there were then new 24000 i tnd that the Auxiliary Troops in the Camp in three days J burg be this Jday and morrow the of feck md go thither to take a review The Advices from the of the Pkld A Attempted lately to Bum Boati but were and obliged to withdraw in Here are of a Revolt among the and of great at of we matt the The Duke de Croy u and General will follow in a day or The of M laid afide for the hut there B that the will June The Lewis is tt Saxon are oo their to foyn fo foon as he has the march camped about and noc being m much Tune The o their March toward near that are Artillery of foot Marched through daw t The Forces of the and marched to joined by ihe and the like will be doae by t
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