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October. 9. Numb. 37. The continuation of our vveekly newes from the 4. of October to the 10. of the same. Containing these particulurs of note, besides other. The affaires of the King of Denmarke, as they now stand, with his ioyning with the Marquesse of Badon or Durlacke The taking of a French ship, by Sir Sackuill Treuer, called Le S. Esprite, new built by the Hollander, and brought into the road of Harwich. A great and bloudy fight made lately in the Persian Gulfe neere Goa, betwixt the English, Dutch, and the Portugalls. With diuers other particulars of moment, from seuerall parts of Christendome. Printed by authoritie

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