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Post Boy (Newspaper) - August 22, 1710, London, Middlesex KKKJC 1384 With the Frdhefl Foreign and From Augufl to AugUil K L N S 1 X O T O This day the AddicG was prefented to Her by i ore ot rue Knights of the Shiic for untv i f mrroducd by the the LJI Her Majefry receivd very had the Honour to kils Her To the U Ns Mf ir i rr 1C J tary Title is repugnant ftitution we hot Id Name of good Cii Lr openly declare our pious and us r mazenient 1 mighty have been fo ilgiial Your Majcftys Exemplary t there hould be fo ungrateful and uibicdifr t u allure Your cities offer d ro Your Kingdom 7 ut we You in No will e et be pies to ua or U hole of a Few but will continue prefent ui in Pai rhe Irotcftanr all Youi From on r ScVfms arc fo boldly Ar u c 1 s t n c 11C1 exploded and r Opinions m to our Con iHdelcrving the Su did not we as DcclLtion ct fuch Im A with A Favoui of God AI towards and t a Piety fo lent Spirits among ft be We beg Leave to heartily refent all Injg the Honour of t ou in and obey by any Exam into Your Majeftys i che Ambition or Intereil fich Members to re Your Royal Per ri c Church as by Law both at Hcmc A S John T HE ith cf Trocjn out anv Reiii 450 Men of the the Royal Regiment of I Marines cornmanded M wlo is next by U r i the tlic i j with 500 Regular s arrivd there the th i t and immedistelv preferving that But we de Roquelaure ig j fore we had well SeifTan Went to Place v tended to nuke his were left ar The ing but we were the Poft of I he Duke dc fame and to reuri A to rcgiin t i was gpiig to be n quite and ri take caif to ve 1 frrtn The Ol uirh mulled of I of ft and a Narivor f t this I Tiie Tefid oui levis of i i t of Cctre ifcr I r He 1 rook the the for nf h la Imprtance to e that Duke e to attack UN be ic de Roquelaure pre ur th Tioops orderd ro repair thither rhc who guarded d Scfoc ap was there t the to ht u t h S h o n p by S e a 1T vrv rlt hijipeuM N rr Jon t1 ar fti Mt the dc Day that we ID re turn We therefore to of the Oo fence of the Mojnra of and polled there tiie Troops we n tue Vineyards lurrrjndcd url 3 but Oilers to of the The who not rightly apprthtnd this or ele h as furr tor Icirre had French rird upon our but then to cm at The Troops rerird in tho the nccelFary had been made to fupport them in their tho cveral Otticers ail chat could be expcSed Courage and to rally the Troops Whe riiels were the a Capnin let ri the with 50 to guard the It is not bur on the fide of the is defended by Two i f in the that leads to the E icnvy had no Boats Our Shaloops were juft by the Fore the whole Morning but Admiral toonsr pur to go on board iiis but the Enemy word to the Thit if he would not Uiremiir rhe rnull evpeft no Quarter the Orrcer Ie do AMI the and furrenderd at even be fie our were Duke d laure lent us the Capcain wlio had fo ill defended hi in exchange for a Burgher who had been be fore but the CJL was fcr on irioar and tince he had been lo compJaifanc ro Monfieur de as m deliver up the Fort to it was but he fhculd be the Dukes Perfon and treated according to hii Thus WHS Monl ds SeiiTans rVif rated And tKo i lie that the Enemy who had Re coining Dauphinc and Ro could have fcrced us yet tis that we might have thole advantageous Pefts a long agiinll a er of French We were but a League from and tiie Cevennes are but f 5 Leagues from tha1 Place we Id from the Coalls of Larguiiic and on tae irvrtanr off of the lues of H r a Man of o from be and re en Kur as loon as we had put Men on beard the her on Fir We are arrivd e provided frefh fet Sail agsm for we dial carry over foire more Recrur vf i KJ i N Letters from our Army That it was not cntucly wlien the Lneaiy it and that thr inftcad rl ran and put rhe whole in which c uid an ugly for the AftiJrs of the Duks at Juncture General Srarernberg having taken the Bridge ct was re which could not hold out He f the fame and feme Letters That i roops he lent to into rhe Kirgdrrn nf Arra itualy thenfelve of Balbaftr in wlvch we dial look upon ail Ajragon as lofr Ttercbcs dc Tilly Icing and the de to the ric hee the and fet cut the Cme t7 tiie n havirg lert tne de tc m Pcrtugjl PJT X The Affairs of Duke of An Vu very Affecr cf tiie tf thev of ail wiilerhoft of the Kings GraVi ifn A d he or n rthcr I ravs ft wiicli will em we is the Siows gn Already to till qi Troops ISeruicl de and c dc to On M lies m Ar if A hern iciV C as we j t r 1 I ftcks that Kr EiTjrt favour of of 11 c rr 11 r
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