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Author: Schwarzenberg, Georg Ludwig, Graf von, 1586-1646.
Title: The oration or substance of that which was deliuered before his Maiestie of Great Brittaine: by the Emperours embassador, the high and excellent Lord, Count Swartesienbourge, at his day of audience, being the seuenth of Aprill, in the Parliament chamber. Translated out of the high Dutch, and now published by especiall command.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The oration or substance of that which was deliuered before his Maiestie of Great Brittaine: by the Emperours embassador, the high and excellent Lord, Count Swartesienbourge, at his day of audience, being the seuenth of Aprill, in the Parliament chamber. Translated out of the high Dutch, and now published by especiall command.
Schwarzenberg, Georg Ludwig, Graf von, 1586-1646., Holy Roman Empire. Emperor (1619-1637 : Ferdinand II)

Imprinted at London: [by B. Alsop] for Thomas Acrher [sic], and are to be sold in Popes head Pallace, ouer against the signe of the Horse-shooe, 16. Aprill. 1622.
Subject terms:
Holy Roman Empire -- History
Holy Roman Empire -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain
Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Holy Roman Empire
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A73114.0001.001

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THE EMPEROVRS EMBASSADORS SPEECH AT HIS DAY OF AVDIENCE, the 7. of Aprill 1622. before his Maiestie of Great Brittaine, &c.