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" I am glad that I can now tell you, that, notwithstanding the arts of those who delight in war, both place and time are appointed for opening the treaty of a general peace. "
Historical Register - Page 263
by C. H. Green - 1724
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The Present State of Europe, Volume 21

1711
...Coon as the Publitk Affairs would permit, and I am gUd that I can now tell you, that norwithftioding the Arts of thofe who delight in War, both Place and...Peace. Our Allies (efpecially the States General) whofc Interefi I look upon as infeparable from My own, hare by Their ready Concurrence cxpref• fed...
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The Political State of Great Britain, Volume 9

1715
...the State of the Treaty then on Foot, faid, That nomithftanding tbe Am of thoje who delight in Wary both Place and Time are appointed for opening the Treaty of a Gen. Peace. Our Allies, especially the States Gen. whofe Interest I look upon as infeparable from my...
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The History of the Reign of Queen Anne, Digested Into Annals: Year the First ...

Abel Boyer - 1712
...together as foon as the Pub•*• ' lick Affairs would permit, and I am glad ' that I can now tell you, that notwithftanding * the Arts of thofe who delight...War, both ' Place and Time are appointed for Opening ths * Treaty of a General Peace. e Our Allies (Specially the States General^) e whofe Intereft 1 look...
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The Compleat History of the Treaty of Utrecht, as Also that of ...

Casimir Freschot - 1715
...called you together as foon as the publick Affairs would permit, and I am glad that I can now tell you, that notwithftanding the Arts of thofe who delight in War, both Place and Time are zppointcd for opening the Treaty of a General Peace. Our Allies (efpecially the States General ) whofe...
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The Wisdom of Looking Backward: To Judge the Better of One Side and T'other ...

White Kennett - 1715 - 383 pages
...Parliament on Friday the 7th Day of Dec. 1711. — Notwithftanding the Arts of thofe who delight in Wat, both Place and Time are appointed for opening the Treaty of a General Peace. My chief Concern is thatlthe Proteftant Religion , and the Laws and Liberties of thefe Nations, may...
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"Quadriennium Annae Postremum, Or, The Political State of Great ..., Volumes 1-2

1718
...permit, and I am Glad, that I can now tell you, that notwithftanding the Arts of thofe who delight iij War, both Place and Time are appointed for Opening...infeparable from my own, have by their. ready Concurrence, exprefTed their entire Confidence in me, and I have no Reafon to doubt, but that my own Subjects are...
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The Historical Register: containing ... relation of all ..., Volume 1

1724
...from the Throne in thefe Words, or to the Effe<ft following : tliat nottfithflanding the Arts of thofc who delight in War, both Place and Time are appointed for opening the Treaty of tt General Peace. Our Allies, effecially the States-General, whofe tnterefl I look npon as infef arable...
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The History and Proceedings of the House of Commons from the Restoration to ...

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - 1742
...and I am glad that I can now tell you, that, notwithstanding the Arts of thofe who delight in War, 4 both Place and Time are appointed for opening the...Treaty of a General Peace. ' Our Allies (efpecially the States-General) whofe In4 tereft I look upon as infeparaWe from my own, have, by ' their ready Concurrence,...
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Transactions During the Reign of Queen Anne;: From the Union, to the Death ...

Charles Hamilton - 1790 - 342 pages
...adverting to the feditious conduct of the States, and that of their envoy, faid, " That notwithflanding the arts of " thofe who delight in war, both place and " time were appointed for opening the " treaty of a general peace : That her allies, " efpecially the States,...
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Memoirs of John, duke of Marlborough, with his original correspondence, Volume 3

William Coxe - 1819
...openly proclaimed their sentiments. and I am glad to tell you, that notwithstanding the arts of those who delight in war, both place and time are appointed for opening the treat}7 of a general peace." After this indirect reflection on the general and the whigs, she did not...
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