Archivum Rakoczianum; II. R Oczi Ferencz Leveltara, Beles Kufoldi Irattarakbol B Vitve

Archivum Rakoczianum; II. R Oczi Ferencz Leveltara, Beles Kufoldi Irattarakbol B Vitve

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1877 edition. Excerpt: ...for having been too free and tenacious, Tis likely to prove a troublesome affair for that part of the Chapter which had chose the Bishop of Paderborn, 'have confirm'd him by a second election without respecting the 2't Bulle whereby the Pope had enjoin'd them not to determine before the 21"t instant. By which contradition to the see of Rome, the Bp has iniurr'd the Popes censure as well as the Empereurs and in all appearance will never be confirm'd by either, tho' not only the Dutch resolve to support him, but the King of Prussia (I hear) has congratulated him and the Minister of Hanover likewise. Whereby a Schisme is likely to happen in the Circle of Westphalia which is a dangerous symptom, especially at a time when the neighbouring Circles of Saxony are threatened with ruin from the Swedes. According to the advices we received this morning they were gott near Bandissen, the Capital of Lusatia and had defeated thereabouts Fnrstemberg's and Jordan's Regt of Dragoons, their march goes straight to Dresden and not only the King of Sueden heads his own Troops but Stanislaus follows with a body of Poles, which will soon lay wast the most flourishing parts of Germany. The Queen of Poland is fled to her Father the Marquis of Barieth and the Elec-trice Dowager is gone to Magdebourg with the Prince Royall all this while no manifest appears to justify the JAing of Sueden's proceedings or to signify what may be the main hope and ultimate end of his resentment. To hinder him from carrying it to farr I told you H. I. M. intended to send some Minister after him, the persons proposed were Count Schliik Count Wratislau and Count Schonborn, the two former have found means to excuse themselves and the message is likely to fall on the latter who being more

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