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" That these ships were lent to the French King at first without the Duke's privity ; that, when he knew it, he did that which belonged to an Admiral of England, and a true Englishman... "
The Works of M. de Voltaire: Ancient and modern history, chap. I-CLI - Trang 155
bởi Voltaire - 1761
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The Works of M. de Voltaire: The ancient and modern history

Voltaire - 1761
...publifh every paflage thereof: but he could affirm that thofe fhips were lent to the French king at firft without his privity ; and when he knew it, he did...that which belonged to an admiral of England, and a. troe Engllfhman." One caufe afiigned for the waf which the king thi» very year declared againft France...

History of England, Tập 7

Parliamentary - 1763
...handled. ' That thefe Ships were lent to the French King at firft, without the Duke's Privity : That when he knew it, he did that which belonged to an Admiral of England, and a true EngliJhman : And he doth deny that, by Menace, or Compulfion, or any other indirect or undue Practice...

The New Monthly Magazine and Literary Journal, Tập 23

1828
...ships to the French king, for the purpose of opposing the French Protestants. In his reply, he declared he did that which belonged to an Admiral of England, and a true Englishman ; but to clear up the matter completely, the revelation of a state secret was indispensable. Leave...

Commentaries on the Life and Reign of Charles the First, King of England, Tập 1

Isaac Disraeli - 1828
...Buckingham, in reply to this heavy charge, in his able defence, drawn up by Sir Nicholas Hyde, declares that "He did that which belonged to an Admiral of England and a true Englishman" A forcible expression, and in my mind at all times adapted to his genuine character. Buckingham certainly...

The New Monthly Magazine, Tập 23

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1828
...ships to the French king, for the purpose of opposing the French Protestants. In his reply, he declared he did that which belonged to an Admiral of England, and a true Englishman ; but to clear up the matter completely, the revelation of a state secret was indispensable. Leave...

The Constitutional Documents of the Puritan Revolution: 1625-1660

Samuel Rawson Gardiner - 1899 - 476 trang
...handled. That these ships were lent to the French King at first without the Duke's privity ; that, when he knew it, he did that which belonged to an Admiral of England, and a true Englishman ; and he doth deny that, by menace, or compulsion, or any other indirect or undue practice or means,...

The Constitutional Documents of the Puritan Revolution, 1625-1660

Samuel Rawson Gardiner - 1906 - 476 trang
...handled. That these ships were lent to the French King at first without the Duke's privity ; that, when he knew it, he did that which belonged to an Admiral of England, and a true Englishman ; and he doth deny that, by menace, or compulsion, or any other indirect or undue practice or means,...

Works: A Contemporary Version, Tập 15

Voltaire - 1901
...every passage thereof ; but he could affirm that those ships were lent to the French king at first without his privity ; and when he knew it, he did that which belonged to an admiral of England, and 168 Ancient and Modern History. seven thousand men. He had only a small fort to take to make himself...




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