Great Britain Foreign Relations France 1558 1603 : Combien que ce soit chose toute notoire et arreste, no[n] seuleme[n]t aux subiectz naturellement constitués, soubz la courronne dangleterre, mais encores a plusieurs aultres nations estrangieres, de toutes parties de la Chrestienté ...; England and Wales.
Great Britain Foreign Relations France 1648 1715 : The consequences of tolerating gold and silver to be exported out of this kingdom, discovered; : and the manner how the coin of this nation has been destroy'd; and likewise how the French king may reasonably be supposed to have supplies of lion-dollars to furnish the Turks withal to carry on the Wars against the German emperor.
Great Britain Foreign Relations France 1660 1688 : Articles of impeachment of high treason and other high crimes, misdemeanours and offences, against Thomas Earl of Danby Lord High Treasurer of England. : As they were delivered into the House of Lords in the name of the Commons of England, by Sir Henry Capel, December 23, 1678. Together vvith a letter of the Lord Treasurers to Mr. Montague, late embassador in France.; Leeds, Thomas Osborne,
Great Britain Foreign Relations Hansa Towns 1558 1603 : Elizabetha Dei gratia Angliæ, Franciæ, & Hiberniæ regina, fidei defensor, &c., serenissimo principi ac domino domino Rodolpho, Romanorum electo imperatori semper augusto ... : serenissime princeps, frater & consanguinee charissime, literæ serenitatis vestræ decimo quinto Iulij datæ, & illæ quidem germanicé conscriptæ ...; England and Wales.
Great Britain Foreign Relations Holland Early Works To 1800 : The Second part of the tragedy of Amboyna: or, A true relation of a most bloody, treacherous, and cruel design of the Dutch in the New-Netherlands in America. For the total ruining and murthering of the English colonies in New-England. Being extracted out of several letters very lately written from New-England to several gentlemen and merchants in London.
Great Britain Foreign Relations Hungary Early Works To 1800 : The coppy of two letters from Sr. Thomas Rowe : Lord Embassador Extraordinary for His Majesty in Germany. One to the Earle of Holland. The other to Mr. Edward Waller, one of the Members of the House of Commons. Concerning the French Embassadors accusation against him in the House of Peeres.; Roe, Thomas,