The Memorial of M. Bestuchef His Czarish Majesties Resident in London: Presented Oct. 17, 1720 to the Court of Great Britain, Being a Reply to the Two Answers Given by the British and Brunswick Ministers to a Former Memorial Presented by the Resident Wesselofski
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Page 27 - of'em, it is not in my power to get any thing particular out " of them, nor am I able to fay of what fervice to us their aP> " fiftance againft the Czar would be; but if I were to guefx " by their difcourfe, who have been talking with me about it " as from themfelves, tho' I eafily perceived it was by ordec
Page 27 - Sunderland, who is, in a manner, at the head of affairs, and who has got all the intereft he has with the king of England, by having...
Page 27 - I fhouid fancy alfo, that we might come to an agreement in relation to what they ought to help us to take from the czar, by way of reprifal for our lofles in Germany.
Page 27 - ... to them.' The next letter is from count Gyllenburg to baron Gortz, dated at London, November 4, 1716, as follows : • In anfwer to what your excellency has done me the honour to write to me in the poftfcript to your letter of the 16-27...
Page 18 - Guarantee, of the Succeffion to the Crown of Great Britain, in the Proteftant Line, towards which his Czarifh Majefty fhewed all the favourable difpofition that could be defired.