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Post Boy (Newspaper) - July 27, 1710, London, Middlesex With the Frefheft Foreign and From July ro July The following Addrefs was Day prefented ro Her by r n J Members n rr the Borough of being introducd by his Grace the Duke of LordChamberlain of the Houfnold whiJi Addrefs Her Majefty recrivd verv and Gentlemen had the Honour ro kifs Her Majeftys The GRi A by in tnghfii Squadron but the Enemy being obligd to by bad the Fleet iaiJd the Coafts ot Normandy jnd as far as the 16 N They wroce from the i that the de had receivd thi tie the Marquis dc iud pali d by and thrown himielf i n Place the Enemy threaten with The a and M a joiOene J Siege of rus been made a July j Yefterday ia her Shis the Southampton and from and undc Two Dutch If r Shics I I H Duy and we join uih fur in reprelent L ing to lour the Scnfe we have wicked V hat have to rhe Drfhonour of Hazard of the Quiet of A ft which ourlcives When n was as a Means to Diftinctiom to prclere Peace ar and c rhc better to cany the War uc joynd therein but ic was with Aftonilhmcnt we foon beheld of thole to Moderation themieh letting up the dangerous of hat no Man was to J but fuch who weie of es which being cxamind appear to be repugnant to Mo contradictory to tiie Rules ot Obedience la d do A n in the Holy and to the Doctrines and ur ries of our Eihblifhd Churci the prorogating of w ich and Anriiionarr iicjl Prncipics adrnt of no other rhan M ftration hall be e will be icadv for i tor St a 1 and Dav ar d a Sni frcm n trof4 ethers Ncth f hrShipS Trr f to List tc reminent that u ill mcic Thcfr Inlults Regon nd Call 01 Your Majcftvs lairluV to tlieir as we unfeigned t That we will ftand by Your wirh our Lives n Support of Your undoubted Title Crown of Realms ma inn n tiic Ioteftant tic Houlc ot and Church as by Law efhbliihd and that in the cnfui g iianienr ue will elect fuch Re prefentativcs as we are alTurd uil uc rhcir Endea vours ro rhsfe and allo concur ii pring fuch Sup and in no king luch Proviimns tor me Supporr and Credit of Your tiiat our in Imi tation of Yiojr I Ancedors may have ONLY upon Ynur OiH July N S THE 14th the Sieur du Com mandant ot gave Nrice to ric Vlarefclijl dc that diat of tac Encmvs Horfe were come within of tiic Place that they had gone quite to it and that he doubted but it would be mmcdntely The i the Count ue Brnglio u Horfc or Dra between rhe Canche and tne inorder to hinder the Enemvs and July Th he came out from parted from them in rhc all for n JJy Yt euy a Tire d trom riamburj 1 vet cme ro an Anchor in OwlleyBav Convoy f Two Men of Her Majeftvs Ship rhe St Al the towad the did to the Here tne j outwardbound July Henry atkins is to be made a Latelaft Night arrivd a Mail from by which we have from the Duke of Marlboroushs that we have raisd nev Bitteriesngainir the of and have play d from them wirh very good b jccefs rhaC Cardonnci continues very ill of a farther of this Mai be DuU Yocr Admmi lifhd ro in a POSTSCRFTT rhs hear from the Gentlemen con i i the Wreck rvhere Sir ClouJefSy Shovril caft hav taken leveral Iron and fcvc i Brafs wirh a Ca and have found our A in Fathom a the Hull of the being rce a vjft as the Qjeeis Chefs i f belides en Chcfts f Sr s wirii grear Riches of rhc Grandees of Tiic Divers dwn in a and two Hours Wa Fathom where rhcv have ifn rrer the Fremip Had nor the Winds bjrn ijcnd the Seas ro be very and the before had been riihd out BankStock was 11 and half ctr F i j i 3 qrs aad hi If Bark L ands 65 jnd 3 Arm wirh the In te re it Jjv I I with the Aidrrmen mv and the Sheriffs and of our d liyn Loyal Addrcfs to Her Eiq Members ct anS who Jetigns to be a Candiuae nre 3 the next J intruducd by his Grace re Duke of Her was pkasd ro a riicfc are That another C ry preferred h e f the an to cover LowerPir abour Ten ot the The Place is well fary and ro hi the BclieiiriS Cam the almofV iii Lave goes burnt the SubL the fame bet Viifi lent only i gre ire vrraoi dinar v dc from as t ev Uc lade t1 Iir Brc been flop by d the Boulonf The fame Eve the Enemy invellcd Be injvided with all Thing neccf rhc iTation of Prcvilions to f ink feveral Boats laden with and in the to Bcthune and the the Beleoed ct the f he up prelentc cf and M of ou my The fr ns Army is fhll poed in n ha DctiCliinent Bethune r and we frequently uie Horfc as well as Wagg Loads of r v d that a Fleer of loc r under Convoy of d Sr in rhe i It had been Chcrlurg up prelentc my Sea cxcoited from nt any of rhe Mavcr that was fo tin the Authors T of the fvd have nor and ot rhe lairmsntiond rn puoofe t on the and render the Lovairv of rl which never by Man cf Trv or I hone will he Styc r C Subfcnbei s vet An Adverrifement hem the CiHt rHE Conrradiftory fpJl of r
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