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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. 1898 edition. Excerpt: ... with a book compiled from the relations of English ambassadors in various countries. f. 29 b. iv. Patent of Henry Mountague, afterwards vise. Mandeville, as lord treasurer, with account of his admittance to office 24 Dec. 1620 and surrender 30 Sept. 1621. ff. 32-5. v. Draft of letter of congratulation to Edw. lord Barret, afterwards earl of Newburgh, on his appointment as chancellor of the Exchequer; 30 July, 1628. f. 36 b. vi. Draft of letter to Ley, earl of Marlborough, lord high treasurer, presenting a "great" book on the ways used by the kings of England to increase the revenue; 20 June, 1625. ff. 38-40. vii. To the same, sending, by his desire, an abridgement of the same; 6 March, 1627. f. 41. viii. "A declaration of the office of the high tresurer of Scotland." f. 45. ix. "A declaration of the generall tresurer's office in Spayne." f. 49. x. "The office and powre of the high tresurers and surintendants des finances of France." f. 78. xi. Draft of letter of congratulation to sir John Coke on his appointment as secretary of state: 30 Oct. 1625. f. 86. xii. to Charles I, presenting an abstract of all the existing treaties; unfinished, ff. 87-92. xiii. to "Mr. Controler" (?), sending a letter of advice to his younger son; 1 Nov. 162,5. f-95 xiv. "A declaracoh of the revennewe of the crowne of France and out of what means it is raysed." f. 100. xv. The revenue of Spain; its sources and amount. f. 107. xvi. of the Pope; sources and amount. f. 114. xvii. of the Duke of Tuscany; sources and amount. f. 116. xviii. "Relation delle forze, stato, et entrate di tutti i principi et republique d' Italia." f. 125. xix. Sources of the revenue of Venice. f. 146. xx. Draft of a letter to...show more

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  • Paperback | 196 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 11mm | 358g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236525361
  • 9781236525369