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A Compleat History of the Late War in the Netherlands: Together with an ...
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advanc'd aforeſaid againſt Allies almoſt alſo Anſwer Army arriv'd Attack Attack'd Battalions beſides Beſieg'd Beſiegers Bouchain Brigadier Britiſh Cannon cauſe commanded Confederate conſent conſiſted Count Tilly Deſign Deſire detach'd Diſpoſitions Doway Duke of Marlborough Elector of Bavaria encamp'd Enemy Enemy's firſt forc'd France French Garriſon Great-Britain Grenadiers Highneſs himſelf Horſe Houſe Intereſt Intrenchment Inveſted Iſland Kill'd Landrecy laſt leaſt likewiſe Lord Albemarle Loſs loſt Majeſty Majeſty's Major-General March march'd Mareſchal Villars Maſters Meaſures Miniſters Monſieur moſt Chriſtian King Neceſſary Number oblig'd Occaſion order'd P E A C E paſs paſs'd Perſon Plenipotentiaries Poſſeſſion poſſible Poſt preſent Prince Eugene Priſoners Queen of Great-Britain Reaſon receiv'd Reſolution reſolv'd reſpect reſt return'd ſaid ſame ſame Day Savoy Scheld ſelf ſelves ſend ſent ſet ſeveral ſhall ſhould ſide Siege ſince ſome ſoon Squadrons States-General Succeſs Succeſſion ſuch T H E themſelves theſe thoſe Tournay Town Treaty Troops Wounded
Page 435 - But the Ifland called Cape Breton, as alfo all others, both in the Mouth of the River of St. Lawrence, and in the Gulph of the fame Name, fhall hereafter belong of Right to the French ; and the moft Chriftian King fhall have all manner of Liberty to Fortify any Place,
Page 433 - except fuch things as are above referved in this Article. But it is agreed on both fides, to determine within a Year, by Commiflaries to be forthwith named by each Party, the Limits which are to be fixed between the faid Bay of
Page 436 - and Diftinctly fettled by Commiffaries, who are, and who ought to be accounted the Subjects and Friends of Britain or of France. XVI. THAT all Letters, as well of Reprifal, as of Marque and Counter-Marque, which have hitherto on any Account been Granted on either
Page 395 - Weft-Indies might be United to France, Was the chief Inducement to begin this WAR; and the effectual preventing of fuch an Union, was the Principle I laid down, at the Commencement of this Treaty. fORMER Examples, and the late Negotiations,
Page 437 - thofe Letters are demanded, that he within the Space of Four Months, or fooner, may make enquiry to the contrary, or procure that Satisfaction be forthwith given to the Plaintiff by the Party Accufed. But in cafe no Minifter be Refiding there from that Prince, againft whofe
Page 436 - and Friends of Britain or of France. XVI. THAT all Letters, as well of Reprifal, as of Marque and Counter-Marque, which have hitherto on any Account been Granted on either Side, be, and remain Null, Void, and of no Effect: And that no Letters of this Kind be hereafter Granted by
Page 395 - in the ftrongeft Terms - but to have an additional Security, by the Removal of that Perfon out of the Dominions of France, who has pretended to difturb this Settlement. THE Apprehenfion that Spain and
Page 432 - Openly, Directly or Indirectly, under Colour of Right, or by Way of Fact. IV. FURTHERMORE for adding a greater Strength to the PEACE which is reftor'd, and to the Faithful "Friendfhip which is never to be Violated ; and for cutting off all Occafions of Diftruft, which might at any Time arife from the