The Present State of Europe, Volume 6

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H. Rhodes., 1695 - Europe
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Page 114 - Miscellaneous Letters, giving an Account of the Works of the Learned both at Home and Abroad.
Page 267 - 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 110 - The Humble Address of the Right Honourable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, in Parliament Assembled. Presented to Her Majesty on Wednesday, the Third Day of March, 1705, Relating to the Province of Carolina, and Petition therein mentioned.
Page 114 - London ; with memorials comprehending a full and succinct account of the ancient and modern state thereof, its original government, rights, liberties, charters.
Page 114 - Spy, who lived five and forty Years undifcovered at Paris : Giving an impartial Account to the Divan at...
Page 141 - Trumbal was conllituted one of his Majefty's Principal Secretaries of State, in the room of Sir John Trenchard, lately deceas'd.
Page 350 - A New Description of the World : Or, A compendious Treatise of the Empires, Kingdoms, States, Provinces, Countries, Islands, Cities and Towns of Europe, Asia, Africa and America, in their Situation, Product, Manufactures and Commodities, Geographical and Historical. With an Account of the Natures of the People, in their Habits, Customs, Wars, Religions and Policies.
Page 146 - Secrets never before published ; as also a more Impartial Account of the Civil Wars in England than has yet been given. The Fourth Edition continued through the reigns of King Willinm and Quran Mary, and to the death of Queen Anne.
Page 110 - Majesty and the kingdom, humbly to represent, that the honor and safety of this nation, under the providence of God, chiefly depends upon your strength at sea. — And whereas, by the long continuance of this war, the number of your Ships must have been diminished, and those remaining greatly impaired, we think it of the...
Page 114 - Witchcraft upon the Persons of People. To which is prefixed a Meditation concerning the Mercy of God, in preserving us from the Malice and Power of Evil Angels. Written by the Late Lord Chief Justice Hale, upon Occasion of a Tryal of Several Witches before him. Part I [apparently all published].

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