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— bil. 89, 100, Thomas Holden te Falmouth; idem; — blL 92, 100, 128, 150, John Lysle te West Cowes; idem; — bil. 93, 143,170, brieven van Sir Thomas Allen, uit de vloot; — bL 93, nieuwsbericht uit Holland; — bil. 98, 166, Richard Browne, te Aldborough; zeenieuws; — bil. 118, 120, 12 5, 139, 143, John Strode, te Dover; zeenieuws; — bl. 123, Sir Wliliam Coventry aan Arlington, over de vermoedelijke voornemens van de Beaufort; — bl. 151, Hugh Salisbury te Portsmouth; zeenieuws; — bl. 152, Thomas Middleton te Portsmouth; idem; — bl. 153, John Man te Swansea; idem; — bL 165, brief van James Reade uit de vloot; — bl. 167, nieuwsbrief verspreid uit WhitehalL

1667 bl. 1, 107, 162, 172, 206 (XXXIV), 258, 266, 270, 271, 280, 285, 291, 307, 310, 317, 325, 332, 342, 356, 359, 370, 376, 380, 390, 396, 400, 409, Richard Browne te Aldborough; zeenieuws; — bl. 5, 130 (XI), 158, 166 (XV), 167 (XVI), 194, 195, 212 (XLII), 233, 247, 268, 269, 306: Sir William Coventry, brieven aan de Navy Commissioners en aan Arlington; — bl. 9, some men of the Isle of Thanet (13 April), .,detail the reasons why they suspect that the Hollanders and French intend to seize the isle; " — bL 10, Philipp Lloyd aan Pepys (13 April); verwachting van het spoedig opdagen der Holl. vloot; — blL 14, 103, 146, 162, 164, 176 (XIX), 188 (XXX), 207 (XXXV), 225, 234, 241, 250, 267, 277, 286, 301, 312, 337, 342, 344, 378, 416, 427, 435: Richard Watts, te Deal; zeenieuws; — blL 17, 156, 170 (XVLTI), 177, 200, 206, 231, 233, 277, 280, 284, 315, 317, 328, 351, 373, 435: John Carlisle, te Dover; zeenieuws; — bL. 42, Sir Edward Spragg uit Chatham^ (30 April): „is daily getting the place into a posture of defence against any attempt of the enemy"; — blL 103, 198; Thomas Waade, te Whitby: zeenieuws; — bl. 104, I98(XXXLTI), 381, Charles Whittington, te Huil; zeenieuws (198: „some do not stick to say things were better ordered in Cromwell's time, for then seamen had all their pay, and were not permitted to swear, but were clapped in the bilboes; and if the officers did, they were tumed out, and then God gave a blessing to them; but now all men are for making themselves great, and few mind the King and the nation's interest, but mind plays and women, and fling away much money that would serve to pay the seamen. This is the saemen's discourse"); — bl. 130 (XII), Arlington aan de Lord Lieutenants (8 Juni): „the militia to be assembled and in arms"; — bil. 156, 207, 225, 267, 277: kolonel Titus te Deal; zeenieuws; — bil. 157, 160, 191, 211, 217, 223, 230, 237, 249, 258, 259, 263 (XLVIII), 266 (XUX), 267, 272, 275, 280, 286, 291, 301, 311, 318, 324, 332, 342, 351, 356, 364, 371, 375, 386, 390, 396, 404, 410, 413, 419, Silas Taylor, te Harwich; zeenieuws; aanval op Harwich; — blL 157, 267, 289, 296, 325, 360; Richard Bower, te Portsmouth; zeenieuws; — bil. 171, 198, 227, Rowland Selby, berichten over de HolL vloot op de Theems; — bl. 171 (XIX), Sir John Bramtson; idem; — bL 186 (XXIX) James Hickes, publieke geest in Engeland tijdens den inval; — bil. 188 (XXX), John Rushworth, idem; — bl. 189 (XXIII), anonymus aan Lord Conway; idem ; „some unruly people did cut down most of the young trees about Clarendon House, and broke many of the windows"; — bl. 196 (XXXI), J. Bentham; idem; — bil. 200, 217, 225, 243, 244, 249, 273, 285, 317: John Conny, te Chatham; berichten over den vijand;—bl. 206 (XXXIH), John Maurice te Minehead; publieke geest; — bl. 210: Sir Geoffry Shakerley te Chester; idem; — blL 211, 336, 361, 376: John Lysle

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