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Post Boy (Newspaper) - June 3, 1710, London, Middlesex vce lilcewif approachd verv near tiie i hrd roriMgu for S ir hit ti Place till th The Depurie I v their Cnuixiio Luiluinsi b fp by our Cimon We haVc Advice chat tlu isrfiicd near for want of Water o jes in rhe iarnr A Delign having by the to rne lame i y d by a Sentinels knowing Jiji7i frr he had rot tiie with about 11 the puild up Draw and gave the fo our wa and put in Execution the intended rc that v rencli May This day was brought in here a Privateer of 6 taken by the s of rhe Duke of Savcv on that Upon Advice Count du Bourg was yellerday at with 2 Battalions lent In all Hafie to and we have Hkewife reinfoiced the Gamfon of j Before Douay June X S The Enemy nave their Army drawn out of the i A Defign was formd for Surprizing and a Detachment of a lour 8 Men was lent from our Army ro put the fame in Execution on and about Two the nexr rhe advancd Party that was to have lecurd the i had imding tc lerirc Approaches at the Siege advance Succcis at both On rhe Left Attack our Batteiies rhe Enemy from all the Traverfes except wil o be blown up this and then we lh all begin Lhrerics againtl the it opend ro as it was concerted mv ready to receive were obliged to June 2orh came in the June We are here underfome Concern that lumpron and wirh abou Sail of Coafters from our Defign of furpnzing Ipres has mifcarryd which ibme and Arrivd alfo the Queen impute to the Treacherv orthe French 1 in 4 from Lisbon as did yeilerday the Union in days I hj laft about ico to the W efhvrud cf the A Sloop of loc fioin with Sugar and and lent her tor Arriv d alio a Gaily of London from Scirkrooa i Lcigoes North of lie fell denberg have employ d lev in with 5 Men of War and one of and which took a Curch Gaily of 24 and afterwards came up wirh the London who touijht her for Icve it will that the I rench will hereafter keep a good Garnlon in as we in Lille and where rhe Enemy are fufpeced of nnlding a clandeftme Corre fpondence Whatever i certain that a has tieen lately rhatrhe rench Mimilers at Gerrrujv liny fuch as to carry Letters to and fro raJ Hours veiy the Came in the York rp of of jfrer the Irench Man cl nvjch d I Ins day came in the Kirr William in 16 davs from n June Yeltcrday fail d Her ATajcfrys Ships the Xor wic and with 16 Merchant tVr the in the Lion horn tiie n Ti anfportShip with for A i ivd rhe Lenox and Hover from with a Ship foryi i trom Gibraltar all foi r for Lone fi a McrchanrSh i laden wirh and Soap nd rh wirh for Suf This djv pals o ov lomcUardbound Cltet to the and u ere d by feveral Ships from SaiTd rhe Lion the June This from Dovei the n Tmd1 French of 40 Min fhe1 an Engliihbuilt i l y June On rhe came in a ihifh wirh a fmall French laden wirh taken out of the Harbour of rhe j came in a Gaily of from with Cr from with Wines On oni f they took Eie h Privateer ot 4 Guns and 6 On Sirurday George an ennenr On er v pleasd to confer the Honojr of K gHiood on Ifq and at rhe fame Time he was made GenremanUflier of rhe Black in the Room of Sir David larely cleccasd A Female and a Man thc Hole a are pardon the Parliament met was farther bv Conu to tiie between fome Towns on it a vigorous He thofe AmbafTadors do s For tins has been unJefs change their ATethods of they ihnl be Moreover our who are ro frt out for Gertruydenberg rhis tomorrow are nr re enter any Xe hear they have TiJefday whether the Peace is i Jt uere to be the onference but 1 hojghts of re c Mailers of ir about a Week laid no lirrle Srrefs made no little Xoife of rlcir own Enterprises rhofof rhe Duke of Anicu in which Gcd U happily This is Third Part of Britannicut The burifn the Mob vcrie and The Difordcrs of Hypocrify and Moderation of the On the On rhe Mobs sV5 Burning or the Clock with a ota rothe FiameS gotunon wirh he to They are next and then we may like take happy Turn or or Douy Jvd as Marcfc de lieving rhe we hope r hence at fart The 1 Woodward yii Kxchancc and Iiad the iicand id Pirrs iVc Objciiencc and b We lv Capr Commander of her Ma jellys Ship tiie lector in Weft retook in March a SHop ro Aireg a a a I rench Guinea Ship of is about two hundicd which will make her a valuable rhe ith of this the CommilTioners are to inter and Cnnvn in in order ro Propofils rn any Perlbn or Pedons wiil to 1 the Roads between River and in rhe County of or any part urfuant to aa Acl ot Parliament pa ft for that Holland and A In which is the irs ind and confe i ro be Defended S Bv Charks ard ror in the ifl M picwnear Jcar jncsHaiL 1 day rno which been pre i in one r near j r and to Ahom Gen tlclixrt i as Lha and thev fluil This day is and Advantages of his A Scrnrjn and ot hc or at he ToAncr on the iiior Apii 17 Rector or and Chaplin t th lnhliflid ar the Rea i f Q Her Nhrdi i z Sold b where may he Lnd rhe Ten a to he v Ho June disc the Clergv tor I Jnah a ot Ac Hile we expecling Moment to hear Xews came that otthe Surrender ot rhe Duke of Anjous Defign is fi which wiiile iVmt am ibute to rhe Kiinsrhat have n otheis impute it ro the Negotiations and is upon the point of abandoning 5ain Fis that that Prince has fent Bifhop of J hi Article C 1 Jorrh V I nn j Speech in the Houfc or the uf Me in jl print ai tn a Detachment to the Caftle of r campd wirii the refl of his Army on this rhe even under the Tannon of Tis repnrcd that the Marquis dc Tircy will make a Tour ro iome ot our Couiiieis pretend ro lay no great Strefs tle prcfenr Negotiations at Gertruv s j 1 7 x c IT rj L r i r June n J 5 the trench have lent ri i c L u i a Detachment for being apprehenlive of the Ln Emoirs of 1 towards the Clofe of the Eighth by Secretary and Lavourite to and done inrn by the Tranllifor of rhe Ncu A T A L A X T I Printed for John near Oil May the shout 15 Hands ard a Snip and two UhircFeer and K and fomc Saddle 5pots and a whofoV ever can jnvc Intcnicn e u ac the Red Godolmin in Sunj hall hsve o npO be fold u tlushe Red Hart Inn in FeccerLane fl a h o carry ii L 0 0 Printed by next the RedCrofs in
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