These are to signifie, that all merchants and others, that are desirous weekly to impart beyond seas, the certain condition of affaires here, and of the proceedings of the war; : they shall have it weekly published in print, in the French tongue, and every Thursday at nine of the clocke in the morning: the reader may have them (if he please) at Master Bournes Shop at the Old Exchange: the title of the thing is Le Mercure Anglois, which a while since was begun and continued for two or three weekes, and finding it much desired, during these three weekes past, that the publishing of it (through some occasions) was discontinued: it shall for the future be continued according to the most certaine, and impartiall relations of affaires here, to come out at the time and place aforesaid
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[London : s.n., July 10th 1644]
- Place and date of publication from Wing and Thomason Coll.
- reproduction of the original in the British Library.
- Annotation on Thomason copy: "July 10th 1644".
- Filmed with E.54.
- Wing (2nd ed.) T879.
- Thomason E.54.
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