Great Britain Foreign Relations 1154 1399 : An answer to such motives as were offer'd by certain military-men to Prince Henry, inciting him to affect arms more than peace / made at His Highness command by Sr. Robert Cotton ; with A short view of the life and reign of Henry the Third King of England, by the same author ; to which is annexed the French charity, or an Essay written in French by an English gentleman, upon occasion of Prince Harcourt's coming into England, and translated into English, by F.S.J.E.; Cotton, Robert,
Great Britain Foreign Relations 1558 1603 Sources : De Maisse : a journal of all that was accomplished by Monsieur de Maisse, ambassador in England from King Henry IV to Queen Elizabeth, anno Domini 1597 / translated from the French and edited with an introd. by G. B. Harrison and R. A. Jones.; Maisse, André Hurault,
Great Britain Foreign Relations 1649 1660 Netherlands : A declaration of the states of Holland, concerning the Parliament of England: : with the rising of the Dutch-men, their seting forth three hundred sayl of ships to be reveng'd upon the English; their design against Dover castle; and their banishing of the English from the exchange in Amsterdam, and other places. Also, joyful newes from Ireland; the obtaining of a great victory by the Parliaments forces; and the surrender of the strong town of Gallaway to Sir Charles Coot; with all the ordnance, arms, ammunition, bagg and baggage.
Great Britain Foreign Relations 1649 1660 Netherlands Early Works T : Joyful newes from Holland: : shewing, the royall entertainment given by the states of the United Provinces, to the lords embassadours of the Common-wealth of England. Also, the Lord Embassadour St. Johns speech to the high and mighty states of Holland and West-Friezland, at a publike audience at the Hague, in the name and behalf of the Parliament of this Commonwealth. With a perfect narrative of his proceedings, the great danger that he escaped, and the insolent behaviour of the English cavaliers, towards his lordship and his retinue. Together, together [sic] with a declaration of the aforesaid states of Holland and West-Friezland; and the death of the Young Prince of Orange.
Great Britain Foreign Relations 1649 1660 Sources : Englands command on the seas, or, The English seas guarded. : Wherein is proved that as the Venetians, Portugals, Spaniards, French, Danes, Polands, Turks, the Duke of Tuscany, and the popes of Rome have dominion on their seas; so the Common-wealth of England hath on our seas. : Wherein the Dutch unjust procuration and prosecution of war against England is also described.; Lupton, Donald,