Her Grace as soon as she had read after having read it, the letter,which sufficiently explained the whole af::fair, flew into the most violent paſsion &after having spent an agreable half hour,in calling them by all the shocking Namesher rage could suggest to her, sent out afterafter them 300£ armed Men, with orders notto return without their Bodies, dead or alive; in::tending that if they should be brought to herin the latter condition to have them put to Death in some torturelike manner, after afew years Confinement.

  In the mean time Cecil & Elizacontinued their flight to the Continent, whichthey1 judged to be thmore2 secure than theirnative Land, from the dreadfull effects of


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