A Further Iustification of the Present War Against the United Netherlands. Illustrated with Several Sculptures

A Further Iustification of the Present War Against the United Netherlands. Illustrated with Several Sculptures

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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. 1673 edition. Excerpt: ...Protestant, (outofmeer ostentation, not business) sent to the ptpt's Nuncio twice to acquaint Him that They intended Himz-visit. The Nuncio was not it home to receive the first Complement; Upon the second message, He-was solicitous what Answer to return. It was most true, That He might enterrein them asthe Embaffadeuis from a Tree State; whereupon neither thi Caiholick King, ncr CatholickChurch, had-any pretensions: the Vie having relinquished His temporal claim, and the other having noSpiritwl PoweroverLocusts, Infidels, tnd Divels: Yet He considered, That where the He) s of Saint Pcterv/eteot no value, those of His porter ought.nottabemadeuseof: Thtttinthtsvipi, He should-ratherghe then receive Honour; That these Dutch were very an-ogant, and had instntilims to dispute every pundi/io of Ceremony and eifiH: That His Palace These Fishermen would take place of any Roman Fisher, and quarrel with Him, as They did with Mr. D. Avaux, for lolling a little upon their Half of the Table: That He must attend them to their Ccachet, C 77) J Ouches, and instead of Beneditiiom, Excommunications or Exorcisat, He must teach them to.pay rcSpcfl (not Reverence ) by beginning it: Upon such 'mot.vei as these He lent tlkm word, That he Woa undresed, end not in a condition to sft Them.. The which An surer, They took as if 7"iiyhad teen ititerditfidhiS fight, Sub sigille Piscatetii. If 'tfe Ven/jl had sehta plenipotentiary thither, who would pay them all thefunflilit-et of Honour, which their snSlrutiions obliged them to insist upon. with the joints of Spain and France. These Embafadours ( to shew U. p. 5j; iu their grandeur) would at.Noon-day have made a visit to the publick. M nisiert of the Prince of darlniss. In that peace, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 46 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 100g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236533534
  • 9781236533531