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Author: Silhon, sieur de (Jean), 1596?-1667.
Title: The minister of state vvherein is shewn, the true use of modern policy / by Monsievr de Silhon ... ; Englished by H. H. ...
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The minister of state vvherein is shewn, the true use of modern policy / by Monsievr de Silhon ... ; Englished by H. H. ...
Silhon, sieur de (Jean), 1596?-1667., Herbert, Henry, 1595-1673,

London: Printed for Thomas Dring ..., 1658.
Alternate titles: Minister d'estat. English
Notes:
Volume 2 has title: The second part of The minister of state.
Dedication to v. 2 signed: Henry Herbert.
Imperfect: pt. 2 lacking on film.
Reproduction of original in Cambridge University Library.
Subject terms:
France -- Politics and government -- 1643-1715.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A60228.0001.001

Contents
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frontispiece
TO THE RIGHT HONORABLE LORD, THE LORD VISCOUNT SCUDAMORE.
ADVERTISEMENT.
THE MINISTER OF STATE.
First Book.
First Discourse.
Second Discourse.
The third Discourse.
The fourth Discourse.
The fifth Discourse.
The sixth Discourse.
The seventh Discourse.
The Eighth Discourse.
The Ninth Discourse.
The Tenth Discourse.
The Eleventh Discourse.
The Twelfth Discourse.
The Thirteenth Discourse.
The Fourteenth Discourse.
The Fifteenth Discourse.
THE MINISTER OF STATE.
First Discourse.
The Second Discourse.
The Third Discourse.
The Fourth Discourse.
The Fifth Discourse.
The Sixth Discourse.
The Seaventh Discourse.
The Eighth Discourse.
The Ninthe Discourse.
The Tenth Discourse.
The Eleventh Discourse.
Considerations upon the Behaviours of Popes and their Agents which may serve for forewarnings to the Ministers of State of other Princes, who shall have occasion to treat with them.
The Thirteenth Discourse.
The Fourteenth Discourse.
The Fifthtenth Discourse.
The Sixteenth Discourse.
Considerations upon the principall things which the King hath done, since the Landing of th' English in th' Ile Rhé, which will declare some Conditions necessary for a Minister of State.
The First Discourse.
The Second Discourse.
The Third Discourse
The Fourth Discourse.
The Fifth Discourse.
The Sixth Discourse.
The Seaventh Discourse.
THE TABLE OF THE MINISTER of STATE.
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