A Catalogue of an Invaluable and Highly Interesting Collection of Unpublished Manuscript Historical Documents the Entire Property of a Gentleman of

A Catalogue of an Invaluable and Highly Interesting Collection of Unpublished Manuscript Historical Documents the Entire Property of a Gentleman of

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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. 1825* edition. Excerpt: ...in expressions of deference and affection. 306 Amelia Princess Palatine to her Brother the Prince of Orange. Strasburgh, 22 March, 1621 Recommending to his favour the Sieur Henry van Minde, surnomme Pape, Lieut, to the Count Frederick de Solmes, Colonel in the Army of the Empire. The same to the same Strasburgh, 8 Feb. 1622 A most affecting picture of the distresses of the Princess, and an earnest supplication to her brother for his assistance The same to the same Monfort, S April, 1644 Complimentary: conveyed to the Hague by the Princess's son. Part of a Letter in the same hand, addressed ' Mons fils." ." Dec. 1636 Six Original Letters from the same to Mons. Huygens Invoking his assistance in her perplexities. 307 A Collection of Letters, &c. written by William Prince of Orange, to whom was married Princess Maria, Daughter of King Charles I A Specimen of the Prince's Writing when 9 Years of Age 308 Twenty-three Letters from the Prince to his Father, Frederick Henry Prince of Orange, Stadtholder between the years 1636 and Oct. 1646 These Letters, as the dates will afford reason to expect, contain his juvenile effusions to the Prince his father, and his communications when he had been placed in the army at that interesting epoch when the celebrated commanders Piccolomini and Marshal Guebriant were in the field. 309 A very curious Plan of a Fort, designed by the Prince, with an Explanation, both by his hand 310 An Order signed by the Prince of Orange, directing a Vessel of War to be provided to convey the Lord of Sommersdyck to Dieppe A Memorandum signed by the Prince for the Payment of Money to Mons. de Zuylichem Accompanied with an intimation that the money will answer the purpose in place of a bill of exchange. The Prince to Sir...show more

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  • Paperback | 50 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 109g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236552067
  • 9781236552068