3 edition of Letters of the Cardinal-Duke de Richelieu found in the catalog.
Letters of the Cardinal-Duke de Richelieu
1697 by printed for A. Roper, R. Clavel, J. Sturton, and A. Bosvile, in Fleet-street in London .
Written in English
|Other titles||Cardinal Richlieu"s letters. Vol. II|
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1979:12|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 128, 149-305, 304-314; 288 p.,  leaf of plates, (port.)|
|Number of Pages||314|
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London: A. Roper, A. Bosvile & T. Leigh. New Edition. Hardcover. Faithfully translated from the original by T.B. 2 volumes pp. + pp. bound as one. Total pp. Full calf printed in gilt. Bookplate of the Right Honorable Lord Western front pastedown.
Light edge-stains to the first odd pages; the last odd pages of vol. 1 and most of the pages of vol. 2 are. Get this from a library. Letters of the Cardinal-Duke de Richelieu: great minister of state to Lewis XIII. of France. Faithfully translated from the original ; by T.B. In two volumes.
Vol. [Armand Jean du Plessis Richelieu, duc de; Thomas Belke]. Letters of the Cardinal Duke du Richelieu great minister of state to Lewis XIII of France / faithfully translated from the original by T.B.
Richelieu, Armand Jean du Plessis, duc de,T. London: Printed for Letters of the Cardinal-Duke de Richelieu book. Roper, A. Bosvile, and T. Leigh, Notes.
Letters of the Cardinal Duke du Richelieu great minister of state to Lewis XIII of France / faithfully translated from the original by T.B. Richelieu, Armand Jean du Plessis, duc de, T. "In two volumes." 2 v. in 1: London: Printed for A. Roper, A. Author: T. Armand François Odet de la Chapelle de Saint-Jean de Jumilhac (), 6th Duke of Richelieu, great-nephew of the precedent.
In the Château de Richelieu is demolished and sold off for building materials by a trader called Boutron, and. Get this from a library. Letters of the Cardinal Duke du Richelieu: great minister of state to Lewis XIII of France.
[Armand Jean du Plessis Richelieu, duc de; T. B.]. Richelieu, ARMAND-JEAN DU PLESSIS, CARDINAL, DUKE DE, French statesman, b. in Paris, September 5, ; d. there December 4, At first he intended to follow a military career, but when, inhis brother Alfred resigned the Bishopric of Luton and retired to the Grande Chartreuse, Richelieu obtained the see from Henry IV and withdrew to the country to take up his theological.
Armand Jean du Plessis Letters of the Cardinal-Duke de Richelieu book duc de (), Louis XIII King of France (), Charles V Duke of Lorraine (), François de Thou (), François-Michel Le Tellier Louvois marquis de (), Henri Coiffier Ruzé d'Effiat Cinq-Mars marquis de (), Jean Baptiste Colbert (), Marie de Médicis Queen, consort of Henry IV, King of France.
The principall points of the faith of the Catholike Church: Defended against a writing sent to the King by the 4.
ministers of Charenton. By the most eminent. Armand Ihon de Plessis Cardinal Duke de Richelieu. Englished by M.C. confessor to the English nuns at Paris. by: Richelieu, Armand Jean de. Ouvrage composé dans la bibliothèque, & sous les yeux du Maréchal de Richelieu, by: Richelieu, Louis François Armand Du Plessis, duc de, Published: () Letters of the Cardinal-Duke de Richelieu: great minister of state to Lewis XIII.
of France. Faithfully translated from the original; by T.B. In two volumes. Vol. Book in good condition considering its age (see photos). Story of the Ministry of Armand Jean du Plessis, Cardinal Duke de Richelieu, under the reign of Louys le Juste, XIII. by name, King of France and Navarre.
With political reflections, & various letters, containing the Piedmont & du Montferrat business negotiations. Divided into IV. Volumes. This edition is corrected & put into better. Armand Jean du Plessis, Cardinal-Duke o Richelieu an o Fronsac (9 September – 4 December ) wis a French clergyman, noble an statesman.
He wis the builder othe Palais Royal (cried the Palais Cardinal) in olis: Bordeaux. Anonymous said Another interesting note: Elizabeth Wirth Marwick, The Young Richelieu (Chicago, ), says she has been unable to find contemporary documentation on cats, but that he had canaries and warblers, and also 12 small dogs were boarded at Rueil.
She wonders if lap-dogs have been turned into cats in the telling. n. ) But that would be a bizarre change to. THE Political Testament Of the Famous CARDINAL Duke de RICHELIEU.
PART I. CHAP. that the Chamber of Ac∣counts would only verifie the Letters Patents thereof for Nine Years. After the Reign of Lewis the 11th, his Succes∣sors Charles the 8th, Francis the 1st.
92 See for instance his letter to the Duke of Hallwin in Letters of the Cardinal Duke de Richelieu Great Minister of State to Lewis XIII of France Faithfully Translated from the Original, Vol. II, Letter XXV, J (London: A.
Roper, A. Bosville and T. Leigh, ). 93 Richelieu, Testament Politique, Author’s translation from the. Antique and rare books in this catalog feature numerous titles. Among the earliest examples are the printing of "Historiarum Libri ix Novem Musarum Nominibus Inscripti," with a fold-out map, the first edition of "Letters of the Cardinal-Duke de Richelieu.
to. Bronze Medal Coin Rare Cardinal Duke Richelieu French Academy Rare Bronze Medal Coin. DE 3 FRANCE BANQUE AS A DIFFERENT SOLD RICHELIEU LOT CARDINAL TYPE NOTES NOTES LOT TYPE CARDINAL DE DIFFERENT SOLD A 3 RICHELIEU BANQUE FRANCE AS. $ Full text of "The Fascinating Duc de Richelieu, Louis Franqois Armand Du Plessis ()." See other formats.
the Marquis de Fontenay: As everyone knows the signal services rendered me by my cousin the Cardinal-Duke de Richelieu, and the many advantages which, by God’s blessing, I have obtained through his counsels, no one can doubt that I grieve as I ought for the loss of so good and faithful a Minister.
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His eminence the Cardinal, Duke de Richelieu. A volume which contains letters of this great man. 4 “La Vie du Cardinal Duc de Richelieu,” anonymous, but written by Jean le Clerc, vol. An impartial but heavy life of a great minister, of whom, between the panegyrics of his flatterers and the satires of his enemies, it was difficult to discover a.
Richelieu lived at an important moment in France's history and gave a strong direction and ruthlessness that moved France from the chaos of the Valois kings to the strength of Louis XIII and XIV. France was divided by religion and by a fractious nobility.
It was surrounded by the powerful and dominating Hapsburgs. Richelieu managed to survive the ups and downs of the French court. Armand Jean du Plessis, Cardinal-Duke of Richelieu and of Fronsac September – 4 December was a French clergyman, noble and statesman. august – The French king Louis XIII appoints Cardinal Richelieu as prime minister pins.
The Political Testament of Cardinal Richelieu Henry Bertram Hill “Hill has prepared an excellent translation of the more important parts of the Political Testament; his notes are clear, concise, informative, and accurate, and his short introduction will provide students who wish to delve into the French original with an indication of the road.
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Philippe de Champaigne ~ Driemaal kardinaal Richelieu ~ ca. ~ Olieverf op doek ~ x cm. ~ The National Gallery, Londen Armand Jean du Plessis, Cardinal-Duke of Richelieu and of Fronsac was among the most important figures in creating a centralised state in France; this is the celebrated triple portrait by Philippe de Champaigne.
Oct 6, - SCHOLARLY ARTICLE "These letters completely destroy the common idea concerning the relations of Louis XIII with his great Minister.
The letters demonstrate that Louis never has ceased to trust the Cardinal. Every line of letters manifests that Richelieu never kept the King in ignorance of his projects. Their minds were of very unequal calibre, but they both were equally devoted.
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London: R. Bentley, Schürmann, Clamor Wilhelm, De Blenau was again silent, merely bowing to signify that he comprehended, without pledging himself either to answer or not; and Richelieu proceeded with his questions, placing his hand, as he did so, upon a large packet of open letters which lay on the table before him.
Memoirs and Adventures of Sir John Hepburn While Germany was in the same state of war and desolation that Hepburn had left it, the great Cardinal-Duke de Richelieu ruled France with a bold and vigorous hand. Feared by one party and secretly hated by another, he held the reins of government in defiance of both, and defeated every conspiracy.
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Suddenly Planchet entered, bringing two letters for d'Artagnan. The one was a little billet, genteelly folded, with a pretty seal in green wax on which was impressed a dove bearing a green branch.
The other was a large square epistle, resplendent with the terrible arms of his Eminence the cardinal duke. RICHELIEU By Alexander Sedgwick RICHELIEU, like Napoleon and Charles de Gaulle, is a dominant figure in French history.
His accom plishments had a significant impact in his own era, and they affected the future development of France after his death in Architect of the modern French state, he. Chapter AP Euro. STUDY. PLAY. The Fronde. series of civil wars in France betweenA series of violent uprisings during the early reign of Louis XIV triggered by growing royal control and increased taxation.
Louis won. He ended up gaining even more absolute power. Cinq Mars, v5 by Alfred de Vigny This etext was produced by David Widger [NOTE: There is a short list of bookmarks, or pointers, at the end of the file for those who may wish to sample the author's ideas before making an entire meal of them.
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de Sourdis himself fell into disgrace. “During his exile,” writes Tallement, “he learned a little theology.”. Biogenesis And Abiogenesis (THE PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS TO THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE FOR ) It has long been the custom for the newly installed President of the British Association for the Advancement of Science to take advantage of the elevation of the position in which the suffrages of his colleagues had, for the time, placed him, and, casting his .VINTAGE ENGRAVING CARDINAL RICHELIEU Cardinal Richelevs, Cardinal Armand Jean du Plessis, Duke of Richelieu, Cardinal Richelieu by William Faithorne line engraving, published Cardinal-Duke de Richelieu, Great Minister of State In office 12 August – 4 December MonarchLouis XIIIArmand Jean du Plessis de Richelieu, Cardinal.The book was corrected in an astonishing detail in by the director of the series "Histoire de la France", Ernest Lavisse.
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