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dangerous condition of the United Provinces prognosticated, and plainly demonstrated
|Statement||by Mr.William Lilly, in his observations of that comet which appeared in the year of Our Lord, 1652. And published in his annual predictions in the year 1654, &c. Together with some hints, and touches, of the most inhumane and unparalled crueltyee comitted by the Dutch upon our English-men at Amboyna, Polaroone, and Lantore in the East-Indies. With several proofs of their insolencies, ambition, and avarice.|
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The chapters of the present Book will be devoted to an investigation of the institutions proper to this altered condition, to the officers by whom the 28 government of the country was conducted, from the seventh to the eleventh centuries, and to the general social relations which thus arose.
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Not only is the coinage impressive for the quality of its manufacture and richness of its designs in comparison to other contemporary Irish tokens, but it is also remarkable for the number of. CHAPTER XXXVIII. Military events—Aggressive movement of the Netherlanders—State of the Archdukes provinces—Mutiny of the Spanish forces—Proposed invasion of Flanders by the States-General—Disembarkation of the troops on the Spanish coasts—Capture of Oudenburg and other places —Surprise of Nieuport—Conduct of the Archduke—Oudenburg and the.
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Four years after capturing the maritime provinces of Ceylon from the Dutch, the British Crown declared by Royal Proclamation inthat the system of justice in Ceylon will revert back to that which prevailed under the government of the United Provinces (i.e.
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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, to wit: BE IT REMEMBERED, That on the nineteenth day of November, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty-three, and of the Independence of the United States of America, the forty-eighth, JOHN TAYLOR, of the said District, hath deposited in the office of the Clerk of the District Court for the District of Columbia, the tide of a book, the right.Brief view, of the History of the Netherlands, until the acknowledgment of the Seven United Provinces, by the Spanish monarch: 4.
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