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The Resource Anguis in herba: or The fatal consequences of a treaty with France. : Wherein it is prov'd, that the principles whereby the French King governs himself, will not allow him, to observe any treaty longer than it is for his interest to break it. That he has always aim'd at the union of the crowns of France and Spain since the Pyrenăn Treaty. That notwithstanding his pretences to the contrary such is his design at this day. And, that nothing can prevent it but to reduce his power to such a degree, as may perfectly break his measures, (electronic resource)

Anguis in herba: or The fatal consequences of a treaty with France. : Wherein it is prov'd, that the principles whereby the French King governs himself, will not allow him, to observe any treaty longer than it is for his interest to break it. That he has always aim'd at the union of the crowns of France and Spain since the Pyrenăn Treaty. That notwithstanding his pretences to the contrary such is his design at this day. And, that nothing can prevent it but to reduce his power to such a degree, as may perfectly break his measures, (electronic resource)

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Anguis in herba: or The fatal consequences of a treaty with France. : Wherein it is prov'd, that the principles whereby the French King governs himself, will not allow him, to observe any treaty longer than it is for his interest to break it. That he has always aim'd at the union of the crowns of France and Spain since the Pyrenăn Treaty. That notwithstanding his pretences to the contrary such is his design at this day. And, that nothing can prevent it but to reduce his power to such a degree, as may perfectly break his measures
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Anguis in herba: or The fatal consequences of a treaty with France.
Title remainder
Wherein it is prov'd, that the principles whereby the French King governs himself, will not allow him, to observe any treaty longer than it is for his interest to break it. That he has always aim'd at the union of the crowns of France and Spain since the Pyrenăn Treaty. That notwithstanding his pretences to the contrary such is his design at this day. And, that nothing can prevent it but to reduce his power to such a degree, as may perfectly break his measures
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Language
eng
Cataloging source
Uk-ES
Citation location within source
  • 2756
  • T21898
Citation source
  • Kress
  • English Short Title Catalog
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Maxwell, Henry
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Spanish Succession, War of, 1701-1714
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Anguis in herba: or The fatal consequences of a treaty with France. : Wherein it is prov'd, that the principles whereby the French King governs himself, will not allow him, to observe any treaty longer than it is for his interest to break it. That he has always aim'd at the union of the crowns of France and Spain since the Pyrenăn Treaty. That notwithstanding his pretences to the contrary such is his design at this day. And, that nothing can prevent it but to reduce his power to such a degree, as may perfectly break his measures, (electronic resource)
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Note
  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Anonymous. By Henry Maxwell
  • Sometimes also attributed to Daniel Defoe or Lord John Sommers
  • With a final advertisement leaf
  • Price on title page: Price 6d
  • Reproduction of original from Boston Public Library
Control code
ESTCT21898
Dimensions
80
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unknown
Extent
50,[2]p.
Form of item
electronic
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Access restricted to subscribing institutions
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not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
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Anguis in herba: or The fatal consequences of a treaty with France. : Wherein it is prov'd, that the principles whereby the French King governs himself, will not allow him, to observe any treaty longer than it is for his interest to break it. That he has always aim'd at the union of the crowns of France and Spain since the Pyrenăn Treaty. That notwithstanding his pretences to the contrary such is his design at this day. And, that nothing can prevent it but to reduce his power to such a degree, as may perfectly break his measures, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Anonymous. By Henry Maxwell
  • Sometimes also attributed to Daniel Defoe or Lord John Sommers
  • With a final advertisement leaf
  • Price on title page: Price 6d
  • Reproduction of original from Boston Public Library
Control code
ESTCT21898
Dimensions
80
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
50,[2]p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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