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Protestant Mercury (Newspaper) - March 11, 1682, London, Middlesex The True Foreign and March i to March I HE bath fent to let the Prince of JL That if he Attempts to relieve that Woo 13 fall in o which his an That the might do his plea he was to obey the Orders of the King his Mafter Great pre parations are on both fo chat tis thought open have the French Kings and we hear that the Dutch to the fending of men to our according to The Cre is expected within two or three tis He will haye in a a very there being al ready ordered two of the Kings one The Guard and fome other Regiments to The of France is expected at fo that we may fome the whole Coun try being at the of the fly every whK Goods into Fortified This Court went to at to a certain held where were all the Princes the the and a of Tis faid the French King would have our Duke go ro Portugal by Land but he being the French are ma king great and char at Leghorn up all the they can for RoWers for their It that the at will be removed to Our Goverr or is to bring this Scare into a jo of erid he has made the Artillery and and Has made all things for and other Warlike The haj out li f o has or dered the Officers for the vUe hear that has red the Procurator General of the cf keeps at that he not only depart the that he has with ill this City rea fon to believe that of to keep Peace of All the Reformed Officers are or dered forthwith to repair to thus and they fay 12000 are to be raj We hear the French Troops are down the Rhine and the which gives of to this Town and and the Governor of the laft place prepares forche cutting Trees about the and flighting March George to before he was he was by the and that he lodged at the Counts Lodging the before Mur and was alfo ordered by the to do what the Captain Com manded and he would pay which was all the inducement he had to commit the he rever fcen Hil Body is carried to Mile End and hung up therein to deter from the like We hear Thar their new the Lord to cake cf his where he was received by the with a great dea of all the Guns his and the Governors being great ot obedience to their Go Officers ed in the Dock and for bur private Meetings and ate from that at the five were Ccn
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