<<An>> exact summary, of the transactions in the treaty at Breda containing, the most remarkable occurrences that hap'ned in their consultations: and the Scots commissioners proposals to their declared King, for an agreement; his answer thereunto: with the sending of a letter to the Queen his mother in France, touching his condescensions. As it was related by Dr. Rivet, tutor to the Prince of Orange. Also, the declaration of the states of Hamborough, concerning the Parliament of England; and the proceedings of the Queen of Swedens Embassador, touching the declared King of Scots

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Main Author Rivet, André (Author)
Place, Publisher, Year London Printed for G.H. and are to be sold at the Royall-Exchange 1650
Additional InformationAnnotation on Thomason copy: "May. 24". - Reproduction of the original in the British Library. - Signed at end: J.P. - The first "declared" on title page enclosed in square brackets. - Thomason, E.602[6]. - Wing (2nd ed.), R1554
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