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Page 232 - Lewis XIV., present King of France, discovering the Secret Intreagues by him carried on, as well in the Court of England, as in all the Courts of Europe, to advance the great Designs of the King his Master. Made English from the French Original. The second Edition.
Page 34 - Majesties an Aid of Four Shillings in the Pound for carrying on a vigorous War...
Page 443 - ... that the experience of this summer is sufficient to convince us all, that to arrive at a good end of it there will be a necessity of increasing our forces both by sea and land the next year.
Page 393 - Gentleman fo well qualified for fo great a province : where' fore we ordered him to go to the High and Mighty Lords * the States-General of the United Provinces, in the quality of 4 our Ambafiador-extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, which 4 port he has begun to manage with double penetration and pru...
Page 443 - And it may well deserve your consideration, whether we are not defective both in the number of our shipping, and in proper ports to the westward, for the better annoying our enemies and protecting our trade, which is so essential to the welfare of this kingdom.
Page 89 - Nature- fhe fecond natural catife proceeds from the Water that is under the Earth, which undermining the Foundations that fupport the fubterraneal Vaults which extend...
Page 84 - Tents, were fafe from the Injuries of the Weather} the Air being all on a Flame," by reafonofthe • Thunder, and continual Flaihes of Lightning.