Phancy, of Fourty Guns, and One hundred and thirty Men, has, under English Colours, acted as a Common Pirate and Robber upon the high Seas...And We do hereby Charge and Command all his Majesties Admirals, Captains, and other Officers at Sea...to Seize and Take the said Henry Every, and such as are with him in the said Ship, and cause them to be punished as Pirates upon the high Seas, and in case of Resistance to Sink and Destroy the said Ship." Matted and framed. Not examined out of frame. " /> [ENGLISH POLICY]. <I>By the Lords Justices of England, A Proclamation...Given at the Council Chamber of Whitehall, the Seventeenth Day of July, 1696</I>. London: Charles Bill, 1696. Broadside (approx. 369 x 285 mm.) Woodcut design. OFFERS A REWARD OF £500 FOR THE SEIZURE OF HENRY EVERY. "Henry Every Commander of the Ship called the <I>Phancy</I>, of Fourty Guns, and One hundred and thirty Men, has, under English Colours, acted as a Common Pirate and Robber upon the high Seas...And We do hereby Charge and Command all his Majesties Admirals, Captains, and other Officers at Sea...to Seize and Take the said Henry Every, and such as are with him in the said Ship, and cause them to be punished as Pirates upon the high Seas, and in case of Resistance to Sink and Destroy the said Ship." Matted and framed. Not examined out of frame. | Christie's