Letters from George Lord Carew to Sir Thomas Roe; Ambassador to the Court of the Great Mogul. 1615-1617

Letters from George Lord Carew to Sir Thomas Roe; Ambassador to the Court of the Great Mogul. 1615-1617

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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. 1860 edition. Excerpt: ...employment with no less happines than your owne hart desires, and rest assured thatt you shall never fayle to the prayers, services, and love, of Your L. most afFectionatt trew frend, G. Carew. Savoy, this 8th of January e, 1616. Thatt you may know how the affayres of the kingdome hathe passed since your departure I do send you two of Mcrcurius Gallobelgier's editions, and the manifest made by the Archbishop of Spalato, wherein he geves reasons for his defection frome the Churche of Rome; and so once agaync I pray God for my Lord Ambassador's saftie in the Indies, and for his safe retourne. Your Lordship may see thatt I have somme creditt with your Mrs., or rather with the best part of yoursellfe, for so itt is rumoured, thoughe by her constantlye denied, but I amme confident itt is so, and for your sake vntill your retourne I will not fayle to do her all the service I may. G. Carew. Indorsed, From my Lord Carew, IS Jan. 1616." LETTER IV. My first lcttrc vnto you was of the 18. of Aprill, 1615: my second of the 24. of Januarye in eodem anno, and my third and last before this bare date the 18. Januarye, 1616: the Gazette is longe, conteyninge 12. shcctes of paper. Whatt this will prove I know nott, but whether itt happen to be great or small you cannot be freed from the trouble of readinge an yll hand which will trye youre patience. January 1616.--The Duke of Nevers, in France, was vppon the 17. of this moncthe (stilo novo), proclaymed a traytor, which is an induction to a warre subsequent. Amonge other causes of this proceedinge agaynst him, these two are the principallest: the first thatt, beinge trusted in anno 1615 with a competent armye of the Kinges to have impeached the Prince of Conde in his marche towards Bourdeaux, when the Kinge...
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  • Paperback | 72 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 145g
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  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236584716
  • 9781236584717