The Diplomatic Correspondence of the Right Hon. Richard Hill ...: Envoy Extraordinary from the Court of St. James to the Duke of Savoy ... from July 1703, to May 1706 ...

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Page 951 - His said Royal Highness obliges himself also to confirm, as he does confirm, by this present article, the Secret Article of the 20th October, 1690 hereinafter recited, as well as the Edict of May...
Page 917 - William the Third, by the Grace of God, king of Great Britain, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &c., to all and every one to whom these presents shall come, greeting.
Page 951 - Royal protection, and who every day obtains fresh proofs of their fidelity and attachment to his service, declares by the present Article, which shall have the same force and validity as if it were inserted in the treaty, or in its annexes, concluded this day between the King of Great Britain and the States-General of the United Provinces of...
Page 921 - His Britannic majesty, and their high mightinesses the StatesGeneral of the United Provinces of the Netherlands...
Page 769 - Andegavensi, eandem successionem ambiens et jus illi ex testamento quodam regis defuncti natum esse praeferens, pro modo dicto duce Andegavensi possessionem universae haereditatis sive monarchiae Hispanicae arripuerit, provincias Hispanobelgicas ducatumque Mediolanensem armis occupaverit, classem in portu Gaditano paratam teneat, naves plures bellicas ad Indias Hispano parentes miserit, atque hoc modo aliisque plurimis regna Galliarum et Hispaniarum tam arete inter se uniantur et coalescant, ut posthac...
Page 952 - Britannic Majesty and of their High Mightinesses shall be instructed and authorized to regulate, according to the ancient edicts, rights, and concessions, with the ministers of his Royal Highness, the particulars of things, and whatever may have been left out and omitted, in order to provide for the security of the said Vaudois under this article, as also for the execution of the same in respect of matters concerning their religion, and relative to their property, rights, and all other objects.
Page 929 - There shall be and continue between his sacred Imperial Majesty, his sacred royal Majesty of Great Britain and the Lords the States General of the United Provinces a constant, perpetual and inviolable friendship and correspondence.
Page 773 - Magnae-Brittanniae et dominorum Ordinum Generalium in terris et ditionibus acquirendis et a postremo defuncto Hispaniarum rege possessis necessaria erunt, quemadmodum etiam de modo quo domini Ordines Generales per obicem antedictum, vulgo barriere, securi reddentur.
Page 919 - ... death, absence, indisposition, or other impediment of the others, by any one of them, and that we will never act nor suffer any person to act contrary to the same, in whole or in any part.

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