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The ioyfull returne, of the most illustrious prince, Charles, Prince of great Brittaine, from the court of Spaine Together, with a relation of his magnificent entertainment in Madrid, and on his way to St. Anderas, by the King of Spaine. The royall and princely gifts interchangeably giuen. Translated out of the Spanish copie. His wonderfull dangers on the seas, after his parting from thence: miraculous deliuery, and most happy-safe landing at Portsmouth on the 5. of October ...
by Almansa y Mendoza, Andres, 17th cent.Get full text
An excellent and materiall discourse proouing by many and forceable reasons what great danger will hang ouer our heads of England and France, and also diuers other kingdomes and prouinces of Europe, if it shall happen that those of Germanie which are our friends be subdued, and the King of Denmarke vanquished. And therefore how neerely it concerneth them all to put to their helping hands without any further delay, for the ayding of the King of Denmarke, and others of our confederates in Germany, who at this time abide the brunt and shocke of the warre.
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Dissertatio breuis, qua demonstratur, quantum, quamque vicinum periculum immineat Angliæ, Galliæ & reliquis regnis ac prouincijs Europæ, subiugatâ Germaniâ & victo Dano Et quam necesse igitur sit Dano & Germaniæ periclitanti ac belligeranti absque omni morâ succurrere.
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The Kings Maiesties receiving of the propositions for peace at Newcastle, on Friday last, Iuly 24. 1646. With some passages between his Majesty and the commissioners. Also a manifesto, sent to the commissioners about the treaty with the States at Munster, by order from his Majesty the King of Spaine.
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To the Kings most excellent majestie. The humble desires of the Commissioners of His Majesties Kingdome of Scotland. As also the names of the said commissioners. With an order of the House of Commons, testifying their loving acceptance, and thankfulnesse for their brotherly care of the publique welfare.
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The resolution of the kingdome of Scotland, concerning the Kings Majesty, religion, crown, and kingdoms; read in both house of Parliament assembled at Westminster, wherein they declare, their full resolution to preserve and defend their dread soveraigne the King, his person, honour, and authority, according to the laws of that nation, and the duty of loyall subjects. And the proceedings and debates of both houses thereupon, in answer to the resolution and demands of the Parliament of Scotland.
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Articles of peace, entercourse, and commerce concluded in the names of the most high and mighty kings, Charles by the grace of God King of Great Britaine, France and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. and Philip the Fourth King of Spaine, &c. : in a treaty at Madrit, the fift day of Nouember after the old stile, in the yeere of Our Lord God M.DC.XXX. /
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The danger of treaties with popish-spirits. Or, A seasonable caveat, and premonition to our present most renowned Parliament, touching the frail trust in the vowes and protestations of popishly-affected princes, for peace and reconcilement with their Protestant subjects.
by Vicars, John, 1579 or 80-1652.Get full text