|Title:||An Account of the secret services of Monsieur de Vernay, the French minister at Ratisbonne to Count Teckeley as they pass'd by way of letter, with the cypher and key taken from the original, printed in French at Ratisbonne : together with the speech and memorial of the imperial minister Zorowiski, deliver'd to the King of Poland : to which is added Mercurius panegyricus.|
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An Account of the secret services of Monsieur de Vernay, the French minister at Ratisbonne to Count Teckeley as they pass'd by way of letter, with the cypher and key taken from the original, printed in French at Ratisbonne : together with the speech and memorial of the imperial minister Zorowiski, deliver'd to the King of Poland : to which is added Mercurius panegyricus.
Ratisbonne [Amsterdam?]: [s.n.], 1683.
Attributed to L.S.--Wing.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Du Vernay, Boucauld.
Thèokèoly, Imre, -- gróf, -- 1657-1705.
France -- History -- Louis XIV, 1643-1715.
Mercurius Panegyricus, RERUM CONTRA TURCAS, Gestarum Autumno Mense, Anno, 1683.
A LETTER from Monsieur S. L. a Polish Lord, to Monsieur the Mar∣quess C. L. In which are manifest∣ly discovered the Practices and se∣cret Intrigues of the French with the Turks and Hungarian Rebels. With some Letters and Remarks upon this Subject.
The Speech of Monsieur Zerowiski, the Emperour's Embassadour in Poland. Spoken in the Royal Palace before his Majesty of Poland, and in the Pre∣sence of the Princes, Noblemen, and Embassadors at that Court; at Ta∣voravia, the 6th of October, 1682.
A Memorial presented to the King of Poland, by Monsieur Zero∣wisky, the Emperour's Resident.
A Letter from Monsieur Du Vernay, to Count Emery Tekeley.
A Letter from Count Tekeley, to Monsieur Du Vernay.
A Letter from Monsieur Peter Jaigel, Gover∣nour of Cassovia: To Monsieur Du Vernay.
Literae Ablegati Gallici Du Vernay, ad primarium Rebellium Ductorem E∣mericum Thokolium.
Litterae Thekely ad Du Vernay.
Litterae Petri Jaigel, Commendantis Cas∣soviensis ad Du Vernay.