Cabala Sive Scrinia Sacra; Mysteries of State and Government in Lettres of Illustrious Persons ...

Cabala Sive Scrinia Sacra; Mysteries of State and Government in Lettres of Illustrious Persons ...

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1663 edition. Excerpt: ... (both which places are in Mnnsd felt: possession) a Haven sit for a Fleet of Gallianr. If by that means they, with correspondencie with this State, may support themselves, it willbe very ill for man i important consequences. If they and this Statefflvhich will be forced to run a fortune toget er ) be overcome, much worse, for what can keep the rest of Europe from subjection to the Anflrinri? We see howin Terra firma the Wallaon: joyned to Spnniardr, both make and maintain their Conquests. Joyn the Ho/dndcrx to them by Sea, they will reap the like service bythem. The fruit we have reaped heretofore of the shiping of these Provinces, both for defence in the Sir Dudley Carleton, gto the Du/Qz. And hereupon concluded, thatI found them here in the same errour as men are which ' So I cease to give your Grace any further trouble. Tour Grace: But the unsetledness of this Government, which still continueth, since the late change of Governours, hath bred delay to some, and direct impediments to other points we had in ct charge; which we have endeavoured to supply 13 other means. And now, in what state he leaves the whole business, he will relate to your race. Such Parents _as your Grace required from the King and (Qieen of Bohemia, l have committed to his delivery, in divers forms with a Blank, signed and sealed, wherein to frame such an one as may be better to your minds: new the request I made to your Grace by my Ncphcw, That your Grace will not prefer-any before me in your formerly intended favour, out of bchef, that any can be more, then I re-_ Hague, June 20. 1625. sir Dudley Carleton, to the Duke. 1 Mr it pleasejow Grace, Fter long attendance the wind is come goodfor PI mouth, which, I hope, will carry thither, speedily and safely, the...
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  • Paperback | 38 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 86g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236867319
  • 9781236867315