Constantinus Redivivus: Or, A Full Account of the Wonderful Providences, and Unparallell'd Successes that Have All Along Attended the Glorious Enterprises of the Heroical Prince, William the 3d, Now King of Great Britain, &c. Wherein are Many Curious Passages, Relating to the Intrigues of Lewis the 14th, &c. Carried on Here, and Elsewhere; Never Printed Before, &c
printed, and sold by Tho. Harbin, at the Wheat-Sheafe, over against the Golden-Tun-Tavern in the Strand, 1693 - Great Britain - 199 pages
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Page 35 - That in the year 1664, they had another New War with the King of Great Britain, and now this prefent War, more fad and fatal than all the reft. And that during the whole Courfe of the faid War, this Republick has been forc'd to fuffer many Affronts from her Neighbours , to whom fhe was before a Terror.
Page 37 - Reafon, that towards the year 1671, when the King of France openly declared , That he would make a War...
Page 36 - Care was taken of his Education ; and that, at length, towards the end of 1671 , or 1671, Great Contefts arofe, about the Election of His Highnefs to be Captain.General of the Militia of this Countrey.
Page 37 - Countrey ; we confumed whole Months together , in Deliberating about the Election of a CaptainGeneral ; and whether to pitch upon his Highnefs ; which time ought to have been fpenr, in providing for the Defence of the State.
Page 38 - Prefents do Confer, in the Name, and on the behalf of the Burghers and Commonalty of the...
Page 38 - Lords of the Body of the Nobility, as alfo the Deputies of the Cities, have...
Page 38 - And conlequently , that after the deceafe of his faid Highnefs, (to whom, neverthelefs, the States of Holland wifh a long and happy Life, Oonftantinus Rec/ivivus.
Page 63 - Poft they thought altogether impregnable, and purfued them a Quarter of a league, through a Field , and down a Precipice, where the River Haines runs, toward the farther fide of Cafleau.