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London Ianuary 3d 1692

We hear from Portsmouth that
Capt Blood an officer in Coll ffoulds Regiment
designed for ye West Indies the Son of that
Blood who with others stole ye Crown out
of the Tower is charged by the post Boy
for robbing the portsmouth Mail and is
under confinement for ye same.

The Lady Rislies house
in Gerrard street was robbed of 800li value
on Sunday Morning Last.

yesterday the House of peers
after some hours debate registred the Bill
brought by his grace the Duke of Norfolk
against Mary his Dutchess

yesterday one of the Earl
of Oxfords Regiment being under some
dissatisfaccon sett his Carbine to his Brest
and with the Rammer Thrust down the
Tricker and shot himself dead

on Sunday a Church Conventicle
was disturbed in Dunstans Alley in ffleetstreet
and Mr King the Messenger seized 2 non [Iuriting]
parsons who were praying for ye Late K James

The Spanish Embassador paid
his visit to Court yesterday to wish their
Maties a happy new year and signified to them
That he had an Assured accot and that while
the ffrench drew off from before Huy
the garison made a stronge sally and killed
above 1000 of the enemy

In ffumeram Dixmude 2 Cannon 300 Barrell of powder & proportionable shott & some
hundred Quintalls of Match the rest belonging to the dutch and there were no English
Troops therein - The House of Commons this day sate till 5 in the afternoon and tis
not known when ye Lds will use the ffauor, were cheifly upon the Money Bill having onely
the borrowing and Appropriating clauses in the Commissioners [.............]

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