Memoirs of John, duke of Marlborough, with his original correspondence, المجلد 1

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1705 Effects of the bill against occasional conformityUnpopularity
1705 Marlborough arrives at the HagueDifficulty in obtaining the consent of the dutch to his intended plan of operationsObstacles derived from the ...
grave of Baden at RastadtMarch of the troops to the Moselle page 378 CHAPTER 34 351705 Marlborough joins his army near TrevesDisappointed ...
1705 Surrender of HuyMarlborough forms the plan of forcing the french linesHis skilful manoeuvres on this occasionForces the lines near Heilesheim
1705 Attempt of Marlborough to force the passage of the Dyle counteracted by the dutch deputies and generalsConduct of Marlborough arraigned
1705 Letter of Marlborough to the States against the conduct of the deputies and generalsTheir counter manifestoSensation in England and Holland...
favourNew arrangements relative to the command and dismission of SlangenbergOvertures from France to the dutchLetters of Marlborough on the s...
CHAPTER 401705 Continuation of the struggle for the transfer of the great seal Opposition of the queenIncreasing strength of the whigs in the new ...
mentary proceedings and party bickerings page 481 CHAPTER 41 1705 Journey of Marlborough to ViennaInterview with the mar
1705 6 Marlborough and Godolphin censured by the tories for their coalition with the whigsClamours on the danger of the churchLibellous publicati...
1705 6 Offer of Leopold to create Marlborough a prince of the empire with a grant of MunderkingenDeclinedResumption of the design by JosephT...

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الصفحة 550 - Now know ye, that the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, in consideration...
الصفحة 551 - Given at our court, at Carlton house, this day of 18 in the year of his majesty's reign. By command of his Royal Highness the Prince Regent, in the name and on the behalf of his majesty.
الصفحة 521 - I believe dear Mrs. Freeman and I shall not disagree, as we have formerly done, for I am sensible of the services those people have done me that you have a good opinion of [the Whigs'], and will countenance them, and am thoroughly convinced of the malice and insolence of them [the Tories] that you have been always speaking against.
الصفحة 29 - Mr. Sidney will let you know how I intend to behave myself : I think it is what I owe to God and my country. My honour I take leave to put into your Highness's hands, in which I think it safe. If you think there is anything else that I ought to do, you have but to command me ; I shall pay an entire obedience to it, being resolved to die in that religion that it has pleased God to give you both the will and power to protect.
الصفحة xxxvi - History of the House of Austria. From the Foundation of the Monarchy by Rhodolph of Hapsburgh to the Death of Leopold II., 1218-1792.
الصفحة 305 - I have not time to say more, but to beg you will give my duty to the queen, and let her know her army has had a glorious victory. M. Tallard and two other generals are in my coach, and I am following the rest. The bearer, my aide-de-camp, colonel Parke, will give her an account of what has passed. I shall do it in a day or two, by another more at large."
الصفحة xliii - ... eldest son of the Bishop of Ely, of both his names, MP for St. Michael's, 1661, and made Secretary to Lord Clarendon, after whose fall he filled a similar office under the Duke of York, till his death in 1672. According to Pepys's " Signs Manual," Wren was mortally wounded in the battle of Solebay.
الصفحة 308 - Inspired repulsed battalions to engage, And taught the doubtful battle where to rage. So when an angel, by divine command, With rising tempests shakes a guilty land (Such as of late o'er pale Britannia passed), Calm and serene he drives the furious blast ; And, pleased the Almighty's orders to perform, Rides in the whirlwind and directs the storm.
الصفحة 31 - ... which inconsiderate and self-interested men have framed against your Majesty's true interest and the Protestant religion. But as I can no longer join with such, to give a pretence by conquest to bring them to effect ; so I will always with the hazard of my life and fortune (so much your Majesty's due), endeavour to preserve your Royal Person and lawful rights, with all the tender concern and dutiful respect that becomes, Sir, Your Majesty's most dutiful and most obliged subject and servant, CnUKOHILL.
الصفحة 168 - I have this day seen a very great procession, and the thoughts how pleased poor lord Churchill would have been with such a sight, have added very much to my uneasiness. Since it has pleased God to take him, I do wish from my soul I could think less of him.

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