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Title: Anglia liberata, or, The rights of the people of England, maintained against the pretences of the Scotish King,: as they are set forth in an Answer to the Lords Ambassadors propositions of England. Which ansvver was delivered into the Great Assembly of the United Provinces at the Hague, by one Mac-Donnel, who entitles himself Resident for his Majesty, &c. June 28/18 1651: and is here published according to the Dutch copy. Whereto is added a translation of certain animadversions upon the answer of Mac-Donnel. Written by an ingenious Dutch-man. As also an additional reply to all the pretended arguments, insinuations and slanders, set forth in the said Scotish answer written a while since by a private pen, and now presented to the publick.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Anglia liberata, or, The rights of the people of England, maintained against the pretences of the Scotish King,: as they are set forth in an Answer to the Lords Ambassadors propositions of England. Which ansvver was delivered into the Great Assembly of the United Provinces at the Hague, by one Mac-Donnel, who entitles himself Resident for his Majesty, &c. June 28/18 1651: and is here published according to the Dutch copy. Whereto is added a translation of certain animadversions upon the answer of Mac-Donnel. Written by an ingenious Dutch-man. As also an additional reply to all the pretended arguments, insinuations and slanders, set forth in the said Scotish answer written a while since by a private pen, and now presented to the publick.
MacDonnell, William, Sir., Ingenious Dutch-man.

London: Printed by T. Newcomb [and Samuel Brown] for Richard Lowns, at the White Lion in Pauls Church-yard near the west end, 1651.
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Netherlands
Netherlands -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain
Great Britain -- History
Charles -- King of England, -- 1630-1685.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A75357.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Publisher to the READER.
title page
AN ANSWER TO the Propositions.
An Answer to their Memorials..
Concerning the thirty six Articles of the Treaty.
title page
Animadversions Upon a certain Scottish Answer, put forth against the Propositions and Memorandums of the English Ambassadors, &c.
AN ADDITIONALL REPLY TO All the pretended Arguments, fals Insinua∣tions and Slanders, set forth in the Printed Answer OF MACK-DONNELL the Scotish RESIDENT, To the Propositions of the Ambassadors of the Common-wealth of ENGLAND; Presented at the Hague, March 30/20. 1651:
CHAP. I. The Necessity, Nature, and several Forms of Ambassy, stated.
CHAP. II. That All Supream Powers in possession (Jure vel Injuriâ) have a Right to send Agents or Ambassadors, to negotiate with Forain States and Princes.
CHAP. III. That Contracts and Alliances made betwixt States and Princes, doe not relate singly and personally to themselves; but are made Jure Populi, in the behalf, and for the be∣nefit of the People.
CHAP. IV.