Works of the Camden Society

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Camden Society, 1889 - Great Britain
 

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Page 126 - January one thousand six hundred twenty one (os) and in the yeares of the Raigne of our Soveraigne Lord, James by the Grace of God King of England...
Page 2 - Parliament, and threatening ol revenge on those poore men who did certifie truthes of his misdemeanors. Item that the D. of Buckingham doth take this voluntary surrender of the Cinque Portes from the Lord Zouche as a favor doune to him and doth promise ever to acknowledge it, both in freindshipp and reddynes to second any suyte of the Lord Zouches to his Majestic for his many true and faithfull services doune to the King and State. Vera Copia. 2. — Argument in favour of the amalgamation of the...
Page 148 - ... nous prions Dieu tres haut tres excellent et tres puissant prince, nostre tres cher et tres amé bon frere cousin et ancien allié de vous avoir tousjours en sa tres saincte garde.
Page 242 - Mat18, and he to put as many of his owne nation in as he will, and to doe what he will with them, so that whereas I had the commission of an Admirall, 1 am now like to be a slave unto them, as they threatened formerly to make me; therefore I humbly intreat your favour that you wilbe a meanes I may be called home, and some other put in that they are not distasted with as you know they are with me, in regard I would not condescend to their unreasonable demandes to breake the orders I had from his...
Page 298 - I. xxvii 111.] 1626,, May ? My Instructions were to this effecte: — To imploy my best endeavor to hinder or att least delay the delivery of the shipps to the French, but therein soe to carry myselfe as that the Ambassador might not discerne but that I was sent of purpose and with full instructions and commaunde to effecte his desire, and to cause all the shipps to be putt into his hands.
Page 199 - Duc* . . . . que je seray tousjours bien aise de favoriser, vous a prié de ne le pas faire, et reconneu ingenuement que ce qu'il avoit dit à l'Ambassadeur de mon oncle le Duc de Savoye estoit de son mouvement seul et sans ordre du Roj son maistre, l'alliance duquel m'est en telle consideration qu'il peut s'asseurer de mon amitié et du secours des deux mil chevaux que j'ay accordez a Compiegne. Que si j'ay desiré scavoir à quoy il les destinoit il peut juger que j'ay grande occasion de le faire,...
Page 247 - Embassadour hath broken the former con- 1625, July 19. tractes made with us for the imployments of our shipps, and that hee hath soe far forth prevailed with your Majestic that they are agayne to returne to Deepe, where hee promiseth to give all content for our further satisfaccion, I shall humbly desire that it will please your Majestic I maye have leave to goe thither in my owne shipp the better to conclude for what I conceave to be fitt in honor and justice, and that I may give such secondes to...
Page 162 - In the name of god Amen the xxvjth Daye februarie in the yeares of the Raigne of our Soveraigne lord CHARLES by the grace of god of England Scotland ffrance and Ireland kinge Defender of the faith &c Anno Dom.
Page 141 - ... certaine, je vous asseure que la mienne sera a 1'espreuve du temps et qu'il vous fera quel est le zele que j'ay a prier Dieu qu'il vous ait, mon Cousin, en sa saincte et digne garde, 3.— The Marquis of Effiat to Louis XIII. [Hail. MSS. 4596, fol. 277 b.] Sire, Je receuz hier un. pacquet de vostre Majeste" qui ma fort resjouy 1625, Jan.
Page 280 - Augusti 1625, st. Angl. Witnesses, Edw." 98.—Sir Ferdinando Gorges to Lord Conway. [State Papers, Charles I. Domestic, v. 18.] My Lord, 1625, Ang. 5. I doubt nott but his Majestie will receave sharpe informacions agaynst mee from the Marquesse de Fiat; as if I had been a violent enimye to the affayres of his master; but (Sir) you shall finde the truth to be, I stood for the honor of my nation, and the safety and proffitt of myselfe, being engaged in that ymployment a matter of tenne or eleven thowsand...

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