Original letters of His Excelleny Sir Richard Fanshaw: during his embassies in Spain and Portugal

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A. Roper, 1702 - Great Britain - 510 pages
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Page 338 - ... ancient Treaties and Agreements, between the then Kings of England and the Dukes of Burgundy, and Governors of the Low Countries : it is therefore agreed, that Deputies...
Page 512 - Effi^es of all the Kings and Queens of England, from the Norman Race, to the prefent time 3 curioufly engraven on Copper Plates, from Original Medals and Piftures.
Page 85 - ... the greatest obstruction of our foreign trade : and that it is the opinion of the committee, that the said respective dishonours, indignities, and grievances, be humbly and speedily presented to his Majesty : and that he be most humbly moved to take some speedy and effectual course for the redress thereof, and all other of the like nature ; and for the prevention of the like in future. The question being put, to agree in opinion with the committee. It was resolved in the affirmative, nemine contradicente.
Page 511 - REFORM'D devotions, in meditations, hymns, and petitions, for every day in the week, and every holiday in the year. Divided into two parts.
Page 496 - King, or to their respective people and subjects, that shall enter into any ports, lands, or Dominions of the one or the other, and shall discharge any part of their goods and merchandizes in any port or haven, being consigned with the rest to other places within or without the said Dominions, shall not be obliged to register or pay the rights of any other goods or merchandize, than of that which they...
Page 504 - XIX. That the captains, officers and mariners of the ships belonging to the people and subjects of either Party, may not commence an action, nor hinder or bring trouble upon their own ships, their captains, officers or mariners, in the respective Kingdoms, Dominions, lands, countries or places of the other, for their wages or salaries, or under any other pretence. Nor may they put themselves, or...
Page 279 - War follow upon it, and not I ? Is not the Peace broken till I have the Sword or the Piftol-Shot in my Body > The Truth is, they are not only to blame in the Continuance of many Wrongs and Injuries done us heretofore, but in endeavouring thus violently to fupport them ; in which they are encourag'd by the great Power and Vogue the Eaft and Weft India Companies have over that Government, being the principal Members of it, and who care not how...
Page 508 - ... of fhips, pilots, and mariners, may remain freely and fecurely in the faid dominions, kingdoms, and territories, of either of the faid Kings, and alfo in their ports and rivers ; and the people and fubjects...
Page 112 - Original letters during his embassies in Spain and Portugal (1663) etc. London 1701, wird das Problem wiederholt behandelt, p. 112 „ . . . to make him comprehend, that if we had Peace with Spain beyond the line, we should also have liberty of Trade and use of their Ports"; p. 153 betreffend britische Gefangene in Spanien mit Hinweis auf den Unterschied „ ... in case they were taken by the Spaniard on this side the Line for some what they had done on the other"; p. 154 „ . . . with reference...
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