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Post Boy (Newspaper) - October 7, 1710, London, Middlesex MMMM With the Freihcft Foreign and j From co Cue005 October L O N D O A of Honourable of the c as it psfsJ the Gnat Seal oj Da d to he Right Honovralde Sir Samuel The Right the Court of J and the Recorder for the Time IR Robtit Adams Andrews 5 r Benjamin AylifFe Wil Andrew Damcl Allen William Atwyll Walter Afton John Amy Henry Berrye AVViliiamBenfort Thomas Llackmorc Percgune Hertye e Bernard Wiiliam kckford George Buckley nfcoc Edward Haraond Frederick Herne Richard Hoare Henry Hoare Uilliam Hooker n Robert Heyfliam Jaiper Harmer Jolomon Hougham hn Hulls Roger Hud foa Johnjcftryes r Ldward JefFryes John knapp John Lenueulucr Henry Lamb GcoriJc Ludlam Ligbcfoot John Lade Sairir DC e Crowley Carines JohnCH C Ton K Clarke Crnddock Henry Carter Richard Craddock Alexander Cleave Edmond Clarke Richard Cambridge Gerrard Conyers Edward Coulfton Edward John Cooks Thomas Davall Sir Francis Sir Robert Dunckley Jacob Desbovery Paul Docminique George Da h wood Duncan Dee Edmund Doughty Stephen Eva William Ftrick Robert Edwards Edward Etrick John Ederton Wiliam George Finch Foxhall Francis Forbes George Fewtereil John Fellows Yhomas Henry LycJI Nathaniel Manlovc Arthur Moore Francis Mollmeux William dore Jeremiah Cou PLcer Godfrey Sir Herne Jofcph Major George Mertyns John Midgelcy John Morgan Jofcph Martin Sir George Newland Samuel Ongley John Paige William Parrot Thomas Pyne Abraham Parrot William Profter Thomas Prefton Sir Gabriel Roberts RuIurd Richardlbn John Roydhoule ir Jon Simuc Shcpperd TI Sciiion Smith rid Thci Jcii Shenran Srr William Tcuiney Tudman Nathaniel Turner 1 uard cinon Robert Ricbrd fames W aril John Weft jokph Webb John Wright William Yerberry then arrivd a with from Anrs goa She parted che jd 20 Well of from the Diamond and and anour 3 Mcichaut Ihips from fupposd to ijonc for Laft Night came in from her eilys Ships the and and brought in wich as the HardyBriih of frTTji cois ic Breun bound tor o ijj and 31 richly wih This Evening cams in a Ircm V She came from thence rh of with 17 Mer under Convoy of the Ivuigftcn She parted from 5 or 6 afccr they came in bad Weather Tiiis Morning came in the Bnrlingtcn from Ihe parted laft Homeward bound Fleet from under Convoy ot he Green wich and Handing up the Wind ac a frcfh Oft This Morning within this by the tnnce Eugene of a French Prize laacn with now ther Prize ot i wich bait and nkea upiit is arrivd at the Mouth ot this ii M 7 This day a Ship arrivd in from NewfoundLand the Mailer That trie V a cur was lurpnzd by 300 French who came over nd took 5 and boarded her in the Scveial Men were This Day came on the Ee ftion for Members of Parliament for this wherein Rowland ajid William Efq car ried it by a very great againfr and John EfquireS Whereby the of notwithftanding the reft lei of the coii traiy have made the faid Mr Burfiem s a juft Reward of his Confrancy and an as far in them tor the Lijuncs iuireid by him the two lail Wind by E Her MaePs Ship the Royal Ann Gaily Cild ycfterday m the Afternoon to Here remain the and levtnl outw Ships and Morning came in bir LdwrJ XV 111 Her Majcftys Ship the uith riie and from before All Gentlemen the City and Libeny of P that are willing ro poll for the I Jan h Eiqs at thenfum lie County or arc diliitd to rner Muy cort and Thomas Eiqs in James s en Thurfday being the nth cf tiis inlhnt re Nine of the Clock in rne Morning precilclv Con veniency fhal be provJcd tor luch as ro go in a Body to to poll for the thy who rrc known to be Pcrlons fefted to Her Maiefty Pcrlrn the Church of as eftnL Iiih i bv aid f n rhc u cr i Re gird r jeo Proteftant and have a due and ten Sept I Majeftys Envov F Letters fron That STr I s a ro te Court Or t r they had a Al hat fe out s 1 Oft The Duke of Beaufort came hither on TVfJw Night His Grace was met by federal Perfons ofOififV abundance of Gentry on whoac Ms Grace into and with the Acclama rionTof vad Numbers of the Inhabitants and J he Night with ringing of came in the with Sugar taken by a Ducch Puvaceer Thar that Town had declard for Hi thole TiTopi were receivd into Fridav his the of Hi Scotland as the next the the Earl of Marr TheFefton ot Knights the Shire S at being the int0 thofe Gentlemen who intend ro ride en to give their for the Efq and Sir Franris f meet at at tu to go to Guildford in a Body AU Gentlemen who re Freeholders in the CoTty of in the Interrft ot Sir Cholmondily Deei I Percyval Fiq rcliding iii or rear Lond cc fird ro join the Gentlesien fro M and it die BowlingGreen Hovfc up on on the i5ch 4 Ninta Clock in tfic ro
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