to fubvert them; and if it were poffible to
reduce them to their former fidelity and obe-
diences : and to that purpofe fhe caufed a Fly-
boate, or light Horfe-man , to bee difpatcht,
with her gracious pardon if they would fub-

Picture of a battle

mit themfelves; with a large promife upon
her Royall word, and under her broad Seale
of their imployment in her owne Navy , fo
they would prove themfelves true and Loyall
To cut of circumftance, this fmall Barke
the Vice-admirall beftirred her felfe, that by

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