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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Contents

Mr G Stepney to Sir Cb Hedges Vienna 18th August 1703
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Sir Cb Hedges to Mr Hill Bath 19th August 1703
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Earl of Nottingham to Mr Hill Whitehall 20th August 1703
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Lord Godolphin to Mr Hill Bath 25th August 1703
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Order from Messrs Bastie c
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Mr G Stepney to Mr HUl Vienna 1st September 1703
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Count DAversberg to Mr Stepney 18th August 1703
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Sir Ch Hedges to Mr Hill Bath 2nd September 1703
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PJXfSSSg j 3rd September 1703
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Sir C Hedges to Mr Hill Bath 5th September 1703
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Earl of Nottingham to Mr Hill Whitehall 7th September 1703
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Count DAversberg to Mr Stepney 25th August 1703
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Earl of Nottingham to Mr Hill Whitehall 10th September 1703
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Mr W Aglionby to Mr HiU Zurich 15th September 1703
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Mr G Stepney to Mr Hill Vienna 19th September 1703
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Mr G Stepney to Mr Hill Vienna 19th September 1703
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Sir Ch Hedges to Mr Hill Bath 20th September 1703
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Count DAversberg to Mr Stepney 8th September 1703
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Sir Ch Hedges to Mr Hill Bath 27th September 1703
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Count DAversberg to Mr Hill Turin 22nd September 1703
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Mr G Stepney to Mr Hill Vienna 10th October 1703
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Count DAversberg to Mr Stepney 22nd September 1703
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Earl of Nottingham to Mr Hill Whitehall 19th October 1703
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Lord Godolphinto Mr Hill 29th October 1703
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Earl of Nottingham to Mr Hill Whitehall 29th October 1703
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Mr W Aglionby to Mr Hill Zurich 31st October 1703
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Mr W Aglionby to Mr Hill Zurich 31st October 1703
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Mr G Stepney to Mr Hill Vienna 31st October 1703
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Mr G Stepney to Sir C Hedges Vienna 31st October 1703
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Earl of Nottingham to Mr Hill Whitehall 2nd Nov 1703
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Mr G Stepney to Mr Hill Vienna 3rd Nov 1703
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Earl of Nottingham to Mr Hill Whitehall 9th Nov 1703
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Renewed Instructions of Mr Hill St Jamess 9th Nov 1703
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Earl of Nottingham to Mr Hill Whitehall 12th Nov 1703
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Sir Geo Hooka to Mr Hill Rotterdam Jjth Nov 1703
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Sir Geo Rooke to Mr Hill Briel Nov 1703
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Lord Godolphin to Mr Hill 23rd Nov 1703
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Earl of Nottingham to Mr Hill Whitehall 10th Dec 1703
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Earl of Nottingham to Mr Hill Whitehall 17th Dec 1703
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Lord Godolphin to Mr Hill 21st Dec 1703
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HO Mr Secretory Harley to Mr
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Reference to the Storm of November 1703 731
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Whitehall 3rd March 1704
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Whitehall 24th March 1704
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25th May 1704
109
V Thomas to Mr Hill Crescentin 4th June 1704
113
Mr J Chetwynd to Mr Hill Turin Thursday morning
120
Reference to M Flotard 732
123
Mr C Godolphin to Mr HilL
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Sir C Hedges to Sir Geo Rooke Whitehall 30th May 1704
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Sir C Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 4th July 1704
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Sit Ch Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 11th August 1704
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Sir Ch Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 15th August 1704
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Lord Godolphin to Mr Hill 15th August 1704
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FlotardtoMr Hill Geneva 20th August 1704
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Sir Ch Hedges to Mr HilL Whitehall 22nd August 1704
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Lord Godolphin to Mr Hill St Jamess 22nd August 1704
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Mr Secretary Harley to Mr Hill Whitehall Ji August 1704
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Roland to M Flotard Dusfort 1st August 1704
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The Duke of Marlborough to Mr Hill Spire 8th September 1701
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Mr A Stanhope to Mr Hill Hague 9th September 1704
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Sir C Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 12th Sept 1704
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Mr Secretary Harley to Mr Hill Whitehall th Sept 1704
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Sir C Hedges to Mr Hill Windsor 15th Sept 1704
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Sir C Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 19th Sept 1704
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Sir C Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 26th Sept 1704
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Lord Godolphin to Mr Hill 26th Sept 1704
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Credentials of Mr Hill to the Bepub _ _ lie of Venice Windsor 29th Sept 1704
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Ditto ditto Windsor 29th Sept 1704
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Sir C Hedges to Mr Hill Windsor 8th Oct 1704
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Sir C Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 20th Oct 1704
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Mr J Chetwynd to Mr Hill Turin 21st Oct 1704
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SirC Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 3rd Nov 1704
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Sir C Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 7th Nov 1704
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Sir C Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 10th Nov 1704
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Duke of Marlborough to Mr Hill Au Camp 13th Nov 1701
169
Sir C Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 24th Nov 1704
170
Sir C Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 1st Dec 1704
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Sir C Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 8th Dec 1704
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Archbp of Canterbury to Mr Hill 11th Dec 1704
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Abp of Canterbury to Mr Hill 19th Dec 1704
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Sir C Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 22nd Dec 1704
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Lord Godolphin to Mr Hill 5th January 1705
176
Mr Hill to the Lord Treasurer Turin 4th March 170 501
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Sir C Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 6th July 1705
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Queen Anne to the Duke of Savoy Windsor 10th Sept 1705
223
Prince Liechtenstein to Mr Hill Barcelona
229
Duke of Marlborough to Mr Hill Vienna 18th Nov 1705
235
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Hague Jth Aug 1703
241
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Hague f th Aug 1703
246
Mr Hill to the Lord Treasurer Hague Jth Aug 1703
247
Mr Hill to Mr Stepney Hague ? Aug 1703
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Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Hague 5 Aug 1703
249
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Hague 4th Sept 1703
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Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedge Hague njnggj1 1703
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Mr Hill to the Duke of Marlborough Hague 5th Sept 1703
255
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Hague 1703
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Proposition of Mr Hill to the Pen J nh s temb 1703
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Count DAversberg to Mr Stepney Turin 11th Aug 1703
259
Mr HiU to Mr Stepney Hague 8th Sept 1703
260
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Hague October 1703
272
Mr HiU to Mr Stepney Hague October 1703
273
Mr HiU to Count DAversberg Hague 2nd November 1703
275
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Hague 2nd November 1703
276
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Hague 3rd November 1703
277
Mr Hill to Mr AgUonby Hague 6th November 1703
278
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Hague 6th November 1703
279
Mr HiU to Mr Aglionby Hague 9th November 1703
282
Mr HiU to ditto Hague 9th November 1703
283
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Hague 9th November 1703
284
Mr HiU to Mr Stepney Hague 13th November 1703
285
Mr HiU to the Earl of Nottingham Hague f November 1703
286
Mr HiU to the Earl of Nottingham Hague 5 November 1703
288
Mr HiU to the Earl of Nottingham Hague November 1703
290
Mr HiU to Mr AgUonby Hague 4J November 1703
291
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Hague J November 1703
292
Mr HiU to the Earl of Nottingham Hague November 1703
293
Mr HiU to M Vander Meer Hague 27th November 1703
294
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham
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Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham
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Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham
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Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham
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Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Turin 11th April 1704 346
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Mr HOI to the Lord Treasurer Turin April 1704
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Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Turin Q April 1704
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Mr Hill to Mr Lowndes Turin f April 1704
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Mr Hill to the Duke of Marlborough Turin April 1701
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Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Turin Jj April 1704
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Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Turin J April 1704
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Mr Hill to Sir G Rooke Turin Jf April 1704
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Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Turin j April 1704
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Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Turin 9th May 1704
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Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Turin May 1704
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Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Turin 16th May 1704
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Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Turin May 1704
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Mr HiU to Captain Dolman Turin Jf May 1704
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Mr Hill to the Lord Treasurer Turin May 1704
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Mr HiU to Mr Stepney Turin 27th May 1704
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Mr HiU to the Consul at Nice Turin 30th May 1704
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Mr HiU to 30th May 1704
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Mr HiU to Captain Dolman Turin I? May 1704
368
Mr HiU to the Lord Treasurer Turin 3rd June 1704
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Mr HiU to the Lord Treasurer Nice 9th June 1704
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Whitehall th June 1704 112
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Mr Hill to Sir Ch Hedges Nice June 1704
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Mr HiU to the Duke of Marlborough Turin l June 1704
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Mr HiU to SirC Hedges Turin 1st July 1704
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Mr HiU to the Lord Treasurer Turin 1st July 1704
377
Mr HiU to Captain Dolman Nice June 1704
378
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin 4th July 1704
379
Mr HiU to the Earl of Nottingham Turin 4th July 1704 350
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Mr HiU to Mr Secretary Harley Turin 11th July 1704
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Mr HiU to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin 11th July 1704
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Mr HiU to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin jj July 1704
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Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin t July 1704
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APPENDIX D
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Major General Belcastels Ordersfrom on the States of Holland April 1704
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Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin i July 1704
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Mr HOI to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin July 1704
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Mr HiU to the Lord Treasurer Turin 1st August 1704
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Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin lst August 1704
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Mr Hill to the Lord Treasurer Turin 5th August 1701
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Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin 5th August 1701
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Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin f August 1701
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Mr Hill to the Lord Treasurer Turin August 1701
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Mr Hill to M Flotard Turin 14th August 1701
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Mr Hill to Sir George Rooke Turin ? August 1704
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Mr Hill to the Lord Treasurer Turin t August 1701
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Mr Hill to Lullin and Nicolas Turin 19th August 1704
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Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin August 1701
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Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin jj August 1704
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Mr Hill to the Duke of Marlborough Turin 26th August 1704
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Mr Hill to the Lord Treasurer Turin g August 1704
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Mr Hill to Sir Ch Hedges Genoa 7th February 1706
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Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin 2nd September 1704
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Mr Hill to the Lord Treasurer Turin 2nd September 1704
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Order of Mr Hill to Captain Dolman Turin 7th September 1704
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Mr Hill to the Lord Treasurer Turin September 1704
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Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin September 1704
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Mr Hill to the Lord Treasurer Turin September 1701
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Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin i September 1701 124
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Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin September 1701
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Mr Hill to the Duke of Ormond Turin September 1701
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Mr Hill to Sir George Rooke Turin 4 September 1701
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Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin September 1701
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Mr HOI to M Flotard Turin 25th September 1701
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Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin 1st October 1701
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Mr H01 to Turin 1st October 1704
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Mr HOI to the Duke of Marlborough Turin 3rd October 1704
435
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin 8th October 1704
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Mr Hill to the Arbp of Canterbury Turin 10th October 1701
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Etat des Eglises des Vallees of 1
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Mr Hill to Captain Dolman Turin a October 1704
446
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin p4 October 1704
447
Mr Hill to Sir George Rooke Turin 1 October 1704
448
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin October 1704
457
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin November 1704
463
Mr Hill to the Duke of Marlborough Turin 7th December 1704 168
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Mr Hill to the Duke of Marlborough Turin 4th January 170
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