The diplomatic correspondence of Richard Hill Envoy extraordinary from the court of St. James to the Duke of Savoy in the reign of Queen Anne 1703 - 1706 Volume 1 ; Edited by W. Blackley

 
9781130640892: The diplomatic correspondence of Richard Hill Envoy extraordinary from the court of St. James to the Duke of Savoy in the reign of Queen Anne 1703 - 1706 Volume 1 ; Edited by W. Blackley

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1845 Excerpt: ...of English; but we understand that only five of them were men-ofwar; he spoke with a bomb-vessel that was with them, was informed passing by that Barcelona was taken; but the weather being bad they could not stop to get any distinction as to time or else, although he thinks we need not doubt of its certainty. No sooner have we this news but with haste write it to send Sig. Molinary to forward you. We are with all devotion, Honourable Sir, Your obedient servants, To Mr. Hill. Scudamore & Henshaw. From Sir C. Hedges to Mr. Hill. Whitehall, 9th November, 1705. Sir, According to your desire I have sent you your letters of Revocation, which you may make use of sooner or later as it consists most with your convenience. I heartily wish you your health, and a safe return to your own country, after having served it so much to its advantage, and your own honour, in a post of so great importance. I am, Sir, Your most faithful humble servant, To Mr. Hill. C. Hedges. From Queen Anne to Mr. Hill. Anne R. Trusty and well-beloved, we greet you well. Having been informed, as well by your letters to our principal Secretary of State, as by your friends, of your desire to be recalled from your employment in that Court to attend your own affairs in England, we are graciously pleased to condescend to your request, and accordingly do herewith send you our letters of Revocation, which you are to deliver to that Duke, accompanying them with such expressions of our esteem and 1 The letter being damaged the number cannot be ascertained. affection to his person and friendship as you shall judge proper. After which, you shall make all convenient speed to return into our presence, assuring yourself of our favour and gracious acceptance of the service you have rendered us in that Cou...

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