The present state of the United Provinces of the Low-Countries: as to the government, laws, forces, riches, manners, customes [!], revenue, and territory, of the Dutch. In three books

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Printed for J. Starkey, 1671 - History - 414 pages
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Page 414 - II Cardinalismo di Santa Chiesa ; or, the History of the Cardinals of the Roman Church from the time of their first creation to the election of the present Pope, Clement IX., with a full account of his Conclave. In Three Parts. Written in Italian by the Author of the ' Nipotismo di Roma, and faithfully Englished by GH London, 1670.
Page 419 - Charles II. to the Great Duke of Muscovie, the King of Sweden, and the King of Denmark. Performed by the Right Hoble the Earle of Carlisle in the Years 1663 and 1664. Written by an Attendant on the Embassies, and published with hii Lordships' approbation. London. Printed for John Starkie at the Miter in Fleet Street, near Temple Barr, 1669.
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Page 337 - Rinsbimnj, ten or twelve times a year, where every one that will, has the liberty of making an exhortation ; it is called the Assembly of the Freeminded. There are many others that sit at home reading the Scripture, and never come to any church, except it be out of curiosity.
Page 338 - Assembly of the Freeminded. There are many others that sit at home reading the Scripture, and never come to any church, except it be out of curiosity. The Arianisme Ins those that profess it. In a word, any body may follow his own opinion, but not profits it with a publick worship. There are Atheists enough too.
Page 224 - They never complain of the pains they take, and go as merrily to the Indies, as if they went to their Countrey Hoafes.
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Page 239 - A Cow of nine years old, if it be fold for five pound, will have payed above fix pound to the Sttt tt.
Page 276 - Tower, which is to be exceeding high; 6000, 300, and odd great Trees have been driven into a piece of ground of about too.
Page 419 - Expedition of the French forces to its Surrender the 27th. of September 1669. Written in .Fww&bya Gentleman who was a Voluntierin that Service, and faithfully Englifhed.

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