The History of the Life of Gustavus Adolphus, King of Sweden, Surnamed the Great

The History of the Life of Gustavus Adolphus, King of Sweden, Surnamed the Great

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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. 1759 edition. Excerpt: ...Wurtfcburg made his application to him immediately, and offered him all the treafure contained in his capital, upori This prelate had adhered firmly tathehoufe "fenfive and defenfive, with the famous Salvia of Auftria through the former part of thethirty fome montbp antecedent to the batt of LejoJifc; year? wars; infomuch, that the king of Pepiflarjc, (for an abftraft of the articles thc, conchy, by way of revenge, when peace wis concluded fee Chemriuius, Tom. i. p. 214I) And this at Lubec, Hill kept the ifle of Femor. to himlfx was the, true reafon (which Burnet knew na although it was a part of the archbifhop's patri-tiling of, or, np way cared to own) why the mony. But when this ecclefiaftrc began to con-king intended, Bona fide to land the Britifh troops fider feriouily the drift and intentions of the edict at Bremen, in order to proteft his new ally from of reftitution; he then faw, without the gift of the infults of the-Jflrgerialifts. Cbtmnitz, ihid. divination, that archduke Leopold, the emperor1 wliere it is made plainly appear, that the marquis foil, would annex the diocefe of Bremen to thofe. of Hamilton contravened the king's intentions, of Magdeburg, Hal-berftadt, &c. and allow the f This abby, fernqu fesr its convent of Bone, true owner a fmall annual ftipend; not fo much diftins, ftands between the duchy of Brunfwic by way of right acknowledged, as under the ap-and the bilhopric of Paderborn. In its library is pearance of an aft of companion. It Was upon the only manufcript, of the an&ab of Tacitus, this account therefore, that he kept up a cor-J Not till Oftober 17, nine days after, refpondence with Guftavus ever fince the year Wnrtzburg and Marienberg were taken. 1629, and entered into a private agremsnt, o reiblution, ...
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  • Paperback | 410 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 21mm | 730g
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236655877
  • 9781236655875