From Butter’s news serial, 2nd August, 1622:
The certaine Newes
of this preſent Weeke.
BROVGHT BY SVNDRY
Poſts from ſeuerall places, but chiefly
the progreſſe and arriuall of Count Mansfield
with the Duke of Brunſwicke into Champeny in
Fʀᴀɴᴄᴇ; and the ioyning of ſundry of the
Princes with them, &c.
With the preparation of the French
King to reſiſt him : And what great feare Count
Mᴀɴꜱꜰɪᴇʟᴅꜱ vnexpected arriuall hath
put all Fʀᴀɴᴄᴇ in, &c.
Out of the best Informations of Letters and
other, this ſecond of August 1622.
Printed by I.H. for Nathaniel Butter, and are to
be ſold at his ſop at the ſigne of the Pide Bull
at S. Auſtins Gate. 1622.
I’ve transcribed this from p. 197 of Andrew Pettigree’s masterful The Invention of News: How the world came to know about itself. I can cope with most of it, but ioyning has me puzzled.