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Feb. 3, 1680.
h“ You will by this time have received the ; news that four Privy Councillors, Lord Russell, ! Lord Cavendish, Sir H. Capell, and Mr. Powle, came in a body to the King, to desire to be dismissed from that employment. Their intrat and exit have been both very remarkable, and neither well comprehended by men of my small talent.”
Feb. 22. Persons accused of assisting French invasion ' not to be bailed. ‘
F.’ . -. . .‘ Letters to Sir T. Higgins, at Venice.
.‘ 7 , unis Windsor, Augusfg, 1675. FF ' “ The death of Monsieur de Turenne; the ff"? retreat of that army; the ill success of the
Swedes; and the defeat of the Marshal de Crequi, seemeth to put the Confederates in a much better' posture than they were. Some think into too good a onelsto be fond of an
APPENDIX, No. V.
From the County of Bert/bra’ to Lord Russell, inviting him to stand for the County. ‘ My Lord,
Wee have imparted your letter to all those your Lordshipp’s servants whome wee could in soe short a time gett togeather, and wee humbly offer our opinions, (with submission to your better judgment,) that it is heigly conducing to the interest of our country to begg the honor to be represented by a person who bares soe great figure both in the publique atl'ares, and in your present station here amungst us; and wee cannot but believe it must be some litle' advantage to your future securing of the affections of this whole county, which you have soe well ingaged by your meritts.' Wee neede not hint to your Lordshipp how ready some persons may be to make use of all ocasions to spread jealosys amongst the people to advance there owne intrest,