A PROCLAMATION For Publishing the Peace between His Majesty, AND THE FRENCH KING.


WHereas a Peace hath been Treated and Concluded at Breda, betwixt His Majesty and the French King, and the Ratifications thereof ex­changed, and Publication thereof there made the Fourteenth day of this instant August: In conformity thereunto His Majesty hath thought fit hereby to Command, That the same be Published throughout all His Majesties Dominions.

And His Majesty doth Declare, That all Ships, or other Moveable Goods what­soever, which shall appear to be taken from the Subjects of the French King, after the Twenty sixth of this instant August, in the Neighbouring Seas; That is to say, In the Channel, the Seas between England and Ireland, as also in the North Seas and the Baltick; After the Twenty fourth of September next ensuing, from the said Neigh­bouring Seas to Cape Saint Vincent; After the Two and twentieth of October next, from the said Cape Saint Vincent to the Equinoctial Line, as well in the Ocean as in the Mediterranean, and elsewhere: And lastly, After the Fourteenth of February next ensu­ing, on the other side of the aforesaid Line throughout the whole World, without any exception, or distinction of time or place, or without any form of Process, shall immedi­ately, and without damage, be restored to the Owners, according to the said Treaty. And hereof His Majesty Willeth and Commandeth all His Subjects to take notice, and to conform themselves thereunto.


In the SAVOY, Printed by the Assigns of John Bill and Christopher Barker, Printers to the Kings most Excellent Majesty. 1667.

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