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" But to pursue Clarendon's character: he was a man that knew England well, and was lawyer good enough to be an able chancellor, and was certainly a very incorrupt man. In all the king's foreign negotiations he meddled too much, for I have been told that... "
Leopold von Ranke's sämmtliche Werke - Page 301
by Leopold von Ranke - 1879
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Englische Geschichte: vornehmlich im 16. und 17. Jahrhundert, Volume 7

Great Britain - 1868
...pleased with her and by which it appeared that the marriage was consummated. But to pursue Clarendons Character, he was a man, that knew England well, and...and was certainly a very incorrupt man. In all the Kings foreign negotiations he meddled to» much, for I have been told that he had not a right notion...
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Sämmtliche Werke, Volume 21

Leopold von Ranke - Europe - 1872
...seemed wonderfully well pleased with her and by which it appeared that the marriage was consummated. But to pursue Clarendon's Character, he was a man, that...been told that he had not a right notion of foreign matters, but he could not be gained to serve the interest of other Princes. ' Mr. Fouquet sent him...
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A History of England Principally in the Seventeenth Century, Volume 6

Leopold von Ranke - Great Britain - 1875
...seemed wonderfully well pleased with her and by which it appeared that the marriage was consummated. But to pursue Clarendon's Character, he was a man, that...been told that he had not a right notion of foreign matters, but he could not be gained to serve the interest of other Princes *. Mr. Fouquet sent him...
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A Supplement to Burnet's History of My Own Time: Derived from His Original ...

Gilbert Burnet - Great Britain - 1902 - 565 pages
...'Kid. 174. • Cf.fftst. i Ibid, supra. 94Ibid. ' Ibid. 95. 1683] Harl. MSS. 6584, ff. 28 (a)-2g (a) 55 foreign negotiations he meddled too much, for I have...been told that he had not a right notion of foreign matters, *• but he could not be gained to serve the interests of other princes *. Mr. Fouquet sent...
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