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London: The humble i petition of Jane Wattkines widow, a distressed prisoner in the King's Benché, Sheweth, that your petitioner hath continued prisonour a yeere and a quarter, not for any just debtes, but for matters arisinge in dowbt, conceming the last will and testament of Sergeant Maior Wattkynes her late husband, who lost his lyfe in the Ile of Re. Ambrosius Regemorterus, to the Conaiatory of the Dutch Community, London. [Originai in Dutch.] As we have experienced your favour and benevolence before, i CH. 189 1506 The Dutch Community, Yarmouth, tothe Dutch Community, London, 1631. Endorsed : Van Yaarmoth, ouer het half jarich dienstgelt. Jeremias Larenus that our choiee had fallen on him, and that he wished to have five days to consider the matter. Broederen des Kerckenraedts der Nederduydtsche Gemeinte Christi tot Londen.

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Ambrosius Regemorterus, to the Consistory of the Dutch Community, London. On the Wth iiistant ice informed you that Dom, Jeremia» Van Laren felt inclined to accept your election, if the Clasa U approred of it. We appeared before the Cìansis last Thursday, and they appointed tìco Deputiet to accompany ut, next Sunday, to the Connttory of Koudekerke to persuade them to discharge him. Al the ìlunicipal Authorities of Flushing are the Lord» of the Manor of Koudekerke we persuaded them to-day to appoint some Deputies to go with m to Koudekerke, to intimate to the Corusistory there their opinion in the matter. Hence we feel ture that we »hall he ahle to bring this affair to an end. Ende dewijle wij sedert verstaen hebben, dat de Heeren tot 3 Vlissingen Ambachts-Heeren sijn der selver plaetse, ende dat die in het beleijdt..saecke oock moeten aengesien...worden, sj-n wy oock heden tot Vlissingen voor de Heeren Baillieu, Burgemeesters, ende Schepenen op het Stat-huijs geweest, om ontslagh D. onse begeerte hebben ingewillicht, ende belooft haere gedeputeerde morgen tot Coude-Kercke te senden, om haer gelieven..kerckenraedt aldaer voor te draegen. Jeremias Van Laeren soecken sai voor de rouwe wiutersche daegen de reijse op Londen met sijn huijsgesin aen te nemen (mis.schien nae 6 weecken ofte 2 maenden) ende dat hij woont in een open locht met hovinge, sullen de E.

broederen van die...vergaederinge..gegeven; met benaeminghe van twee broeders van ende wt het Classe op ons versoeck gedeputeert, om met ons sondagh t(5ecomende voor den Kercken-Raedt tot Coudekercke te verschijnen, ende denselven tot ontslach haeres dienaers, ende onderwerpinge tot het oordeel der broederen des voorseiden Classis te eer ende beter te bewegen.

My trouble has been considerable, because at Lions the piagne began to be somewhat violent, and there was little prospect of my being received bere, so that I had to remain at Lions till it was certain that I could get into Gene va without danger. Dienaeren ende Kerckenraedt dar Nederlantsche Gemejmte pointed out the Tìdorsed: Geneua, Simion Rutinck, Augusti 1631. A sola namque Dei providentia, et exterarura Ecclesiarum 7 beneficentia, quae tamen et ipsa in dies paulatim minuitur, cum quia opinione lont^ius exilium nostrum durat, tum quia major est exulum numerus, quam cui alendo minores summae sufficiant, nunc miseri pendemus: periculum quoque sit, ne cessantibus Eccle- siarum Christi benefìcijs, multi infìrmorum aliquid huniani patiantur, quibus invalescens Upper Palatinate, to the English people, 1631. Abrahamus de Bra nobis fideliter numeravit, et quomodo eadem distributa sit, Catalogus inclusus planum faciet.

[Originai in Dutc L] I take the first opportunity to inforni you that I bave i arrived in this place, and to thank you for allowing me to make this joumey, which I hope inay bave some result. Papismus namque 6 idololatricus radices iu Imperio bine inde agit, ac vires magis magisque acquirit, et bellorum tubse ac faces Jesuitse, ipsorumque mancipia omnes nervos intendunt, omnes Imperij angulos impij Papatus fermento et veueno replendi et inficiendi, contraque, Disi improbis eorum moliminibus Deus misericors obicem posuerit, eliminandi et fun- ditus extirpandi e fìnibus imperij, et in remotissimas mundi oras ac ultra famam relegandi una cum Confessoribus, eam doctrinam, quae in libris sanctorum Evangelistarum et Apo- stolorum continetur saluberrima: in a;re quoque alieno hasrentes, a;dium locatoribus, pistoribus, lanijs alijsque obstricti : nec si ulterius, prò nomine Christi, tendendum sit, ullo viatico instructi simus. Synedrij nomine scriptis, non modo libenter intelleximus, eucharisticas nostras, prò Novae Collectae primitiis, recto vobis redditas esse, sed etiam alterius beneficii fructum uberem cum gaudio percepimus, cum per easdem rursus aequal Ls summa, videlicet centum quinquaginta Librarum Sterlingarum nobis assignata est, quam mille florenis nostratibus 8estimatam...

The journey to Germany as far as Straasburgh is safe, but opy- 00 e, ^^ gouig danger on account of the Imperialists, which, however, is nut con- 2094. Of ali the transactions we have received the necessary documents in i writing. seer dienstwillige broeder 3 Ambrosi US Regemorterus.

The wars of Italy bave deprived this town ^'^f its commerce and greatly impoverished it, but the inhabitants straiten themselves so rev. I hope to receive soon a Letter from you, 4 leam whether you will allow me to travel from bere through Basel and Zurich ' This iburg, Franckfort, Metz in Lorraine, and so to Zedan, where I hope to pass the to the Exiles ^j^g vintage. This we did last Sunday, assisted by the Deputies of the Seigneurs and the Magistrate of Vlissingeu, and the Deputies of the Classis [of Walcheren], and the Elders and Deacons of the Community of Coudekercke consented to discharge their Minister.

The public exercite of the ortliodox religion i» forbidden to u»; for more than ten year» tee have been deprived of the protection of our ilagitlracy, despoiled and robbed by the hirelinijs and soldier.i of Antichritt, Jeeuitt ite. We have to live among thone trho hate us, and to bear injurie» and innulta filently ; our former pupil* tcill noi help tu tcith a farthing or a loan ; while no Popiah ojicer» icill do un jtutice, or eompel thote tcho otce ut money to pay iw. lieduced to extreme poverty by th' long duration of our exile, tee have hardly anything left to tu but our bedt iiiui a fetc books, and tee, who fnrmerly helped otheri, note require to be relieved by the charitable , tchile tre are prevented from doing anything to niaintain otirtelvei, and meet everytchere tcith intultt and accttiationt. The eoldiery, tchile deragtaiing everything around tu, terrify ut and eompel ut to change our abodet repeatedly. Popery is gaining strength every- tchere, and endeavouri to extirpate or banith the pure Gotpel. God and the benevolence of outlandish Churehei are now our only refuge. He hope that you, remembering the tcelcome exlended by the Palatinate to the exilei of your nation at the Urne of the pertecutiont under Queen Mary, tcill help tis. Nos Archipalatinatu.s superioris miseri Christi Exules, i ad genua vestra fraterna accidimus, et in sinum vestrum fratemum, paternum, non sine multi» gemitibus et lacrymis exoneramus multiplices, in quas iusto Dei judieio demersi sumus, difficultates, angustia», necessitates nostras, nostrarum coniugum, tenellorum ii- berorum, orphanorum, ad quas ne surdi et muti e-sse velitis, per viscera et vulnera Christi rogamus. temporum vel hominum potius iniuria, devenimus, 2 ut patria nostra dulcissima, iam ultra sexennium careamus, a cuius etiam aditu et transitu prohibemur crudelissime: destituamur publico Religionis Orthodoxae, in qua 1510 Letters Patent of the Exiles of the omnis salus nostra sita est, exercitio...

Lettera patent of the exlles of the Upper Palatinate, to the Engllsh people. Oh, kind frieiuì$ of England, tee utith to bring our difficulties before you, and hope that you will hear ut. Fot more than nix yeart ae have been excluded front our country, and are noi u Uowed to enter or pati through it.

[She had requested the Dutch " Company " to lend her the necessary money, 3 and was told that if she could find a sufficient surety, she should have Fifty pounds. Jeremias Larenus that you had him for your Minùster. Yesterday, however, he accepted it, pro- vided the Classis gave its consent.

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