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Mr [illegible] Harley Hedges of [illegible]
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Mr [Herys?] Hartey Hedges of ye
 
30th of May  
 
30th of May  
[illegible] 14th of  
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Recd ye 14th of  
 
November  
 
November  
 
1706
 
1706
  
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Mr [illegible] Hedges 1706
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relatg. to Barcelona
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the success of the
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Duke of Marlborough
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May 30. 1706
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Whitehall 30th: May 1706.
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Sr
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I have writt to you so lately, that I had not troubled you now, but upon the happy occasion of the good News We received this morning by an Express from Barcelona; which I am confident you will improve for Her Maty's Service, and the good of the Common Cause, by publishing it so as that it may reach the Spanish Plantations, and incite those People to follow the Example of their Country me in Old Spain, by Signalizing their Loyalty for their natural Soveraign King Charles the Third, & freeing themselves from the Oppression of a French Government. I must referr you to the enclosed print for the particulars and remain.
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sr yr most humble
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servant
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C Hedges
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P.S.
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I also send you enclosed a Continuation of the great & glorious Progresses the Duke of Marlborough is making in the Netherlands. 
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[illegible] Matt Granville

Latest revision as of 09:19, 16 April 2020

[first panel] Mr [Herys?] Hartey Hedges of ye 30th of May Recd ye 14th of November 1706

[second panel] Mr [illegible] Hedges 1706 relatg. to Barcelona the success of the Duke of Marlborough May 30. 1706

[third panel] Whitehall 30th: May 1706. Sr I have writt to you so lately, that I had not troubled you now, but upon the happy occasion of the good News We received this morning by an Express from Barcelona; which I am confident you will improve for Her Maty's Service, and the good of the Common Cause, by publishing it so as that it may reach the Spanish Plantations, and incite those People to follow the Example of their Country me in Old Spain, by Signalizing their Loyalty for their natural Soveraign King Charles the Third, & freeing themselves from the Oppression of a French Government. I must referr you to the enclosed print for the particulars and remain. sr yr most humble servant C Hedges P.S. I also send you enclosed a Continuation of the great & glorious Progresses the Duke of Marlborough is making in the Netherlands.

[illegible] Matt Granville