Pervyi a Sorok Li E T Snosheni Mezhdu Rossiei U I Angliei U, 1553-1593; Gramoty Sobrannyi A, Merepisannyi A I Izdannyi A I U Riem Tolstym

Pervyi a Sorok Li E T Snosheni Mezhdu Rossiei U I Angliei U, 1553-1593; Gramoty Sobrannyi A, Merepisannyi A I Izdannyi A I U Riem Tolstym

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1875 edition. Excerpt: ...vs then can we be content to yeald theireunto. And yet would we haue you vse all the perswasions you maye to diswade him from the same, soe farre forth as it may breede no alienacon in him towardes our subiectes that trafficque in that our (his) countrie. And if you shall see that by uoe reasons you can vse he can be diswaded from sendinge: then would we haue you declare vnto him that we thinke it necessarie (to th'end that the conteantes of the league may be kepte secrate) that he sende some trustie minister and seruante of his heither vnto vs in priuate soule (sort?) without any pompe or outward shewe: for that oi-herwise it will make the subiects that are hereof those princes that are not the beste atfected vnto our good brother the empror whoe greatlie mislike and envie the good amitie and frindlie intelligence betwene vs, to be more curious to searche and vnderstand the grounde of the league that passeth betwene vs when they shall see a personage of make and countenance sent hither. And thoughe we haue an especiall care to haue all things that passe betwene vs kepte verie secrate yet we seeinge by experrience that curious searchers doe sundrie times gett light of things of greatest secreatie we canot but wish all occasons remoued that might anie waie breede a discouery of that which soe necessarilie is To conclude therefore you shall assure the emperor from vs, that we doe make that valewe and accompte of his frindshipe and good will he professeth towardes vs as theire is nothinge that he can demaunde of vs which with our hounor and good satisfaccon of our subiects may convenientlie be graunted that we will denie vnto him. to be kepte secreat. The following supplement has evidently been added in consequence of the proceeding...show more

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  • Paperback | 92 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 181g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236988132
  • 9781236988133