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Mr. R A PIN's
From the REVOLUTION to the
By N. TIND A L, M. A.
and MONUMENTS of the Kings,
The FIFTH EDITION, corrected...
VOL. XIV. II4 of ContinuaTION.
R. BALDWIN, W. Owen, W. JOHNSTON, J. RICHARDSON,
M DCC LXI.
| C H A P. I.
Affairs in Germany-Hungary-Piedmont.-Hanover
Affairs of Scotland. Parliament meets their pro-
THE queen was no sooner informed of the victory, 1602.
but the sent thirty thousand pounds to Portsmouth,
to be ftruck for tokens of honour to the officers, projected and caused the bodies of admiral Carter and colonel Hastings to to be honourably interred. At the same time a descent in:05
Buriet. France was projected, and about seven thousand men, that were encamped near Portsmouth, were shipped there, under the command of the duke of Leinter, who embarked on the
thee encampedejected, and abot the famerica