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Post Boy (Newspaper) - November 30, 1710, London, Middlesex oooo With rhe Frefheft Foreign and DomePi From Ctjlir00ap November 30 co December Paris De Dec N LLttcrs foni Yitrcria of the nil That the hid abandond Madrd with great after having pilhged the Houfcs of fume of Qua t y That the Cnr rd other King Charles had appointed follow d them taking ith them what they but act what they tor wjnc of Time and Carriage I fut the Foot at twas they waited the Return of the r 1arties L pen their abandoning the They all the Places in tic au even the leaving rhem j rynig a jl they found in the confeciated Plate executed The Let ters rhst they in great Want t Pi oviiicns in where the Burghers could hardly gee There ucie in the Neighbourhood of tint or 3 of the Duke of Anjous Regiments Horfe and tjt Prince had lent Orders thi Caflilc tor Applying Madrid with Corn and Cattel in The iuke nf Anjou continued at but moll of Horfe was advanced to obferve the and the reft of his Troops were in Twas yet uncertain according to thcfe Advices whether the Enemy would r whether they would continue to fortify Toledo becaulc Letters from King Charles had been wherein twas that if he not he in the Month of with 9 J doubt ful whether he would be ae maintain his or even to icturn to Mean Letters fiorn Viftoiia that A ere thTc Reinforcements acluall ar nVd in the Ports of they could hardly join King Charless Army in rime BclJcs a Peniion of ijrw a the f Knighthood of the Holy which his h confcrrd on the Marquis dc for hs Defence r his Majcity has promisd him the tirfr adding that he wifhd it be of lrnc Diverfions arerevivd at Court whcc cveiy there is a or s Fluy wrote fnin Nifmes the iifi pa that trie hindimil Troops of Hnfc which are marching fur had palVd by there and that the Foot were tf me DASS afrer the Rains and floods hiving their Main ueatliy Citizens nomirTafcd r which all rrivate Perfons to of whut are have met Tires in M in order fn fettle rlie Tax of the acccrdmg to thofcDcclararions All the Provinces to that and are re rhe Manner of levying ir X V I he Kings Order for revoking the PafTes allow d to Dutch is as HIS Mairfry being thi the PafTes which he been ro to the fcr Shipping to come into the Ports of Kingdom tnbfiefuch Mciclundiie and i roduft of the Country as they do mine Profit t themfclves this King doni riot ocal Profit a equitably and nafirally it oiht as alfj that Vv their of thofe in lending their Names to fuch whom h Majelly has refusM the the I our of Priva teers is become thu the fad PafTes ferve on ly to reader the Navigation of the Pltch Foreign Countries to the Prejudicof this Kingdom the freer nnd fafer that they return from thofcCoun tries with infinite to the of this wvch rhev draw Hi5 Majefty has thought fit for depriving them of fuch great to grant rhem no Palles for the future His MaTru is willing tuat he may in no wife be perform what he has promisd that the PafTes 1 which are aftually hall hold good rill the Term for which they ire granted is provided the Claufes and Conditions inferred in tScm be duly complied His Majedv permits his Subjects to attack and feize all fuch DutchShips as hjve Par or PafTes whofe Terms 4 or who fhal contravene the Conditions of their PafTcs whereevcr are met with even fuch Dutch in the like Tis his Maie frys Will lik that luch contrary to the Conditions of theii within the time havu i ally ictuind their owa or maimrg in this Kingdom after the Expiration of their Ill ihal be leiid condcmnd as His Majefry commands and orders the Count de I Admiral of the VicrAdmirals of CunmiiTaries of the and Ofnceii of the and all o thers whom it may to take in his PC to caulc Ordinance to be executed and the lame be and arrrxd in all Places ne cellary Done at the irh of Pec When their HighMightirtefTes the State ot the War to the refpeftive Provinces of this Re acccrrpjyd it with a Letter to each of Jul tt fo reflect Irr ojuy uon the and Arguments of the NecclTry of car rn the War They therein that all the I we been and the Blocd that has been fhed be to io manner of it fhoull not with Vigour the Advantages with the his blefsd rhc Aims of their and of their Nov arrived the Queen Fist i Days from that the lately nlcen at were arnvd at Came in allo a Gaily of and foe this from the in Here remairs the witb the Stockden Fleet for and 3 laden a Frigsc but lalt from rar I and the Jolly and Sborams NJV VVind b regain i Queens fcveral and a great Number of ourward bound for Dec They write from That the Pu of the Two who were fentend to itand in the for defacing the Statue of h late King is beggd off i and that it was believd their Fire wouJd be remitted On TuecLv Morning laft the Right Honourable the I j Hide was brovehr re Bed of a to the great Joy of dt r i r 1 ur The Charles Efq Brotherro theRighc Honourable the Lcrd is appointed Governor of in the Room of Major iTely YeOerdav Bank Stock was loc and i qr Eafr Iidia qr Shues 2 and half Mill Bank 66 Lards Army the Intereit paid 71 and hereby that the Tnftrument of UNION Dfrhe Creditors and Partners in the MineAdventure was publilhd and declard at on the i6th pail of which may be had at in Muddi fordCourt in Fanchurch ftreet and that the new Book nf n the UnitedSocietywill be opend at Mr on Tuefdav the th of December where all Perfons con crnd may have their Stock in order to receive their Itereft and other according to the Terms or Union and that fuch who Ihall not comply with the fame on or before the d of January will be excluded the Benefit B Y the hv Hugh P the ot ne faid it a u Parts of rhe Blank com ftid eleven will be of more V uLe a Nb Shillings per Txkcr pn ne evcrv wnl oc Pnd Yi by Blank whereever are met with even lucn uutcn DV nc Ships as from the Duke oi and Ihall be in to the U
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