London Parker London News, August 14, 1724

London Parker London News

August 14, 1724

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Issue date: Monday, August 14, 1724

Pages available: 6

Previous edition: Saturday, August 12, 1724

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1724 - 1900

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Parker's London News (Newspaper) - August 14, 1824, London, Middlesex 111 XNtrnb. 8g6 . O.N DON O R T H I NEWS, partial JnteUfgtnctr, Containing the moft Remarkable Occurrences, Foreign and Domeftick. Friday Auguft 14. 1724 Arabian flights Entertainments continued^ Vol. VII.-No. 248. UT let 113 have done with this DifcourTe, and tell roe, I be-feech you, in what 1 can further ferve you. Sir, anfwer'd King Bedtt^ my Obligation to your M jefty has been To great, that I ought to remain with you all my Lifetime to teih'iy my Acknowledgments but fince your Majefty hat fct no Limits to your Generofity, I humbly intrdt yon to grant me opc of jnur Ships to tranfport me to Verfia, where T fear my Ab&nce, which ha* been but too long, may hav*? occalion'd Come Diforcfer, and moreover, that tfce Queen my Mother, from whom! ccnceal'd my Departure 3 may be ^eid with Grief, under the Uncertainty fte mu3 needs be of my Life of my Death. The King granted what he defir'd with all the good Wilt imaginably and immediately give Orders for equipping one of ' his largeft Sbip^ and bed Sailers^ in all his numerous Fleer. The Ship was foon furniuYd wfhall its Compliment of Men, ProvifioQ and Ammunition; and ailoon as the Wind became fair, young King Beder embark'd, afref having taken Leave of the K�ng3 and thank'd him tor all hit Favours. The Ship faii'd before the Wind for tea Days together, which made it advance con-Gderably. The elcvaoih Day the Wind chang'd, and becoming very violent, the e follow'd -a furious Ttmpeft, The Ship was not only dnven out of its Cpurfe, buc fo grievoufiy agitated, that "all its Adaftt were brought by the Board ; and driving along at the Pieafure of the Wind, till ,� leng h ic iiruck againft a Rock, and bulgU . > - Th . whi;.i ;