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Author: Charles X Gustav, King of Sweden, 1622-1660.
Title: The most heavenly and Christian speech of the magnanimous and victorious King of Svveden, Carlous Gustavus Adolphus on his death-bed. In His royal palace of Gottenburg on the 10th. of February last, three daies before his most untimely and much lamented death. Together vvith his last advice and counsel to his nobles, the lords of his privy council, and the chief commanders of war for concluding a peace with the King of Denmark on the conditions of honor and safety, or otherwise for the prosecuting the war with greater vigor. Faithfully translated out of High-Dutch.
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Print source: The most heavenly and Christian speech of the magnanimous and victorious King of Svveden, Carlous Gustavus Adolphus on his death-bed. In His royal palace of Gottenburg on the 10th. of February last, three daies before his most untimely and much lamented death. Together vvith his last advice and counsel to his nobles, the lords of his privy council, and the chief commanders of war for concluding a peace with the King of Denmark on the conditions of honor and safety, or otherwise for the prosecuting the war with greater vigor. Faithfully translated out of High-Dutch.
Charles X Gustav, King of Sweden, 1622-1660.

London: printed for Tho. Vere, at the sign of the Angel without Newgate, 1660.
Subject terms:
Charles -- X Gustav, -- King of Sweden, 1622-1660 -- Early works to 1800.
Last words -- Early works to 1800.
Sweden -- History -- 17th Century -- Early works to 1800.
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The last words of the King of Sweden, on his Death∣bed, in his royal palace at Gottenburg, before the Lords of his privy Council, on Friday the 10. of February. There being present, Monsier Trelon, Ambassadour of France, Sir George Ayscough, a many other honorable personages.
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