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Wd to bite their lïpp8 a S Tu t* P6°Ple Were

about 8 in the evenine at the H I ^ ambas3adou" arrived

of the first street^d. „ÏT. Tf th * ^

whom wee had carrved bik! l , 1 depUtyeS in England' the States tUS^ ™r ™l ^ m *

ambassadeurs to carry them bv the S J ? "? PreVailed With the House fnr tha / I • y 8tates directions to the publieke

The- they --treaS their owne traine MdTwelaTd ïbesides onely two of the States that have sefn them Th""8611 ^ ™ ^ going for the Freneh camp whicis said tZ'J ^"T^ m that and Utrecht and in II 18 8aid 0 be neare Goude, or between on the Prince o Orange Z 1 " 8h°U,d Wait

narrative of our ioumev l,d -F ^ ™ °Ur Way* This is th* write as muchasZ 17 7Zu bey°nd m* to

of this country, wherfthe iZ £nr w' °Mo» and courage are AH but *£, lost then the P-ople'. hearts

every houf expected to .fï TT* ^ md Utrecht' the French kept by the Prince of L w ^ Pa8S6S that Iead iato Holland, once gai ed Delf? L^ZT^T' ^ °«<*

In this con ternSon the n/ ^ Which not must

cordiall, as ZeTnt it 2ll S™^'ƒ the is their «nely

, nopeing if will be a motive to us, yet to save them. But