France Foreign Relations Early Works To 1800 : An exact survey of the grand affairs of France : in their particular conduct and management, since the conclusion of the peace at Nimeguen: as they relate to that and other kingdoms. Written lately in French, by a person of quality made English.; Courtilz de Sandras, Gatien,
France Foreign Relations Europe Fiction Early Works To 1800 : The secret history of the confederacy, &c. : discovered in a conference between the French King and his chief officers. To which is added, articles between Luxemburgh, &c. As also expedients proposed for a peace. / Translated out of French.
France Foreign Relations Germany Prussia : Die Vermittlung des Friedens von Vossem (1673) durch den jülich-bergischen Vizekanzler Stratmann : Pfalz-Neuburg, Frankreich und Brandenburg zwischen dem Frieden von Aachen und der Reichskriegserklärung an Ludwig XIV. (1668-1674) / Alexander Koller.; Koller, Alexander.
France Foreign Relations Great Britain 16th Century : 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.
France Foreign Relations Great Britain 1610 1643 : A True and exact relation of the most remarkeable passages which haue happened in the Ile of Ree, commonly called Saint Martins Iland, since the 6. of August last past to the 24. of the same : wherein is also declared, in what state our armie (vnder the command of the Duke of Buckingham his grace) is in, as also how it fareth with them of the fort, with the great hopes of the sudden surrender thereof, being driuen to great want both of victualls and water : together with the description of the seuerall workes, both offensiue and defensiue about the fort ... / written in French by a French gentleman of speciall accomps in the Ile of Ree, to a person of note here in England ; faithfully translated out of the French.
France Foreign Relations Great Britain 1643 1715 : The usurpations of France upon the trade of the woollen manufacture of England briefly hinted at. : Being the effects of thirty years observations, by which that King hath been enabled to wage war with so great a part of Europe, or, A caution to England to improve a season now put into her hand, to secure her self. / by W. C.; Carter, W.
France Foreign Relations Hungary Sources : An Abstract of the procedure of France since the Pyrenaean Treaty : under these heads, I. The speech of Monsieur Zerowisky, the Emperour's ambassador to the King of Poland, II. A memorial presented by the said ambassador to the King of Poland, III. A letter from Monsieur Du Vernay to Count Teckely, IV. A letter from Count Teckely to Monsieur Du Vernay, V. A letter from Monsieur Peter Jaigel, Governour of Cassovia, to Monsieur Du Vernay ; to which is added, Mercurius panegyricus.
France Foreign Relations Iran : The Persian mirror [electronic resource] : French reflections of the Safavid empire in early modern France / Susan Mokhber.; Mokhberi, Susan Marie.
France Foreign Relations Italy Rome Early Works To 1800 : A Relation from Rome of the massacre committed upon the French ambassador and his lady : with two letters from the French king, one to the pope, another to the cardinal concerning the same : published for satisfaction.
France Foreign Relations Netherlands 1643 1715 : Ordonnance du Roy par lacquelle Sa Majesté après avoir resolu de faire la guerre aux Estats de Hollande deffend à ses sujets d'y avoir aucune communication ny commerce. English; France.
France Foreign Relations Poland Sources : An Abstract of the procedure of France since the Pyrenaean Treaty : under these heads, I. The speech of Monsieur Zerowisky, the Emperour's ambassador to the King of Poland, II. A memorial presented by the said ambassador to the King of Poland, III. A letter from Monsieur Du Vernay to Count Teckely, IV. A letter from Count Teckely to Monsieur Du Vernay, V. A letter from Monsieur Peter Jaigel, Governour of Cassovia, to Monsieur Du Vernay ; to which is added, Mercurius panegyricus.