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The acts and negotiations, together with the particular articles at large, of the general peace, concluded at Ryswick, by the most illustrious confederates with the French King : to which is premised, the negotiations and articles of the Peace, concluded at Turin, between the same prince and the Duke of Savoy / translated from the original publish'd at the Hague [and edited by Jacques Bernard]

London : Printed for Robert Clavel at the Peacock, and Tim Childe at the White Hart ..., 1698.; 306 pages

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Creator Bernard, Jacques, 1658-1718.
Title Actes et mémoires des negociations de la Paix de Ryswick. English. Selections. 1698.
The acts and negotiations, together with the particular articles at large, of the general peace, concluded at Ryswick, by the most illustrious confederates with the French King : to which is premised, the negotiations and articles of the Peace, concluded at Turin, between the same prince and the Duke of Savoy
Acts and negotiations of the treaty of peace held at the palace of Ryswick
Project of peace between the Emperor & Empire on one part; and His Most Christian Majesty on the other part
Names and qualities of Their Excellencies the ambassadors, plenipotentiaries ... &c. that assembled at the congress of the general peace, at the palace of Ryswick, called Neubourg-House
Published London : Printed for Robert Clavel at the Peacock, and Tim Childe at the White Hart ..., 1698.
Identifier 9_08095
Subject Treaty of Ryswick(1697)
Traité de Ryswick,1697.
Grand Alliance, War of the, 1689-1697 -- Sources.
Guerre de la Ligue d'Augsbourg, 1689-1687 -- Sources.
Europe -- History -- 1648-1715 -- Sources.
Europe -- Histoire -- 1648-1715 -- Sources.
Document source Scanned from the original publication held by Library and Archives Canada.
Notes Title from title screen.
"The acts and negotiations of the treaty of peace held at the palace of Ryswick" (p. [35]-56); "The project of peace between the Emperor & Empire on one part; and His Most Christian Majesty on the other part" (beginning p. [57]), and "The names and qualities of Their Excellencies the ambassadors, plenipotentiaries ... &c. that assembled at the congress of the general peace, at the palace of Ryswick, called Neubourg-House" (p. [125]-142, at end), each have own t.p.
Title within double line border.
Translated selections from "Actes et mémoires des negociations de la paix de Ryswick" compiled by Jacques Bernard and published by A. Moetjens, The Hague, 1699 (4 vo.). The discrepancy in dates is due to the difference between the Julian calendar in use in England, and the Gregorian calendar in use on the continent.
[12], 223, 74-142 p., [2] folded leaves of plates : geneal. table, plan ;
Collection Early Official Publications
Language eng
fra
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