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Official correspondence relating to foreign affairs

Maker:  Coventry, Official papers of Henry

Description: 

Official papers of Henry Coventry: Official correspondence relating to foreign affairs, comprising: extensive series of autograph letters to Coventry by the following diplomats and English residents abroad (generally bound in the related manuscripts): Sir Gilbert Talbot, as envoy to Sweden, Copenhagen, Elsinore, 1664-6 (one volume) Thomas Henshaw, consul and later resident at Copenhagen; also Sir John Paul and other English residents in Denmark, 1667-74 (one volume). Charles, Duke of Richmond (mainly autograph), as ambassador to Denmark, 1672 (one volume) Sir Richard Bulstrode, resident at Brussels, giving extensive coverage of the war in The Netherlands, 1674-86, bound in with letters (mostly autograph) signed by James Puckle, consul at Ostend, Stephen Lynch, consul at Bruges and others (four volumes. Ambassadors and envoys to France: Ralph, first Duke of Montagu, Sir William Lockhart, Robert, second Earl of Sunderland, Henry Savile (two volume) English consuls, agents and others in France, including Sir Ellis Leighton, John Brisbane, agent for maritime affairs at Paris, Robert Lang, consul at Marseilles, and Sir David English, consul at Bordeaux, 1670s (two volumes) English residents in German including Sir William Swan (Hamburg), Sir Peter Wyche (Hamburg), Sir William Curtius (Frankfurt), also Bevil Skelton and others (Vienna), 1667-80 (one volume). Ambassadors and residents at The Hague: Sir George Downey (mainly letters signed), Sir William Temple, Laurence (Hyde), first Earl of Rochester, 1664-79 (one volume) Sir Thomas Higgons, envoy at Vienna, and George Hayles, consul at Venice, with letters to Coventry signed by Paolo Sarotti, Venetian resident at London, 1672-80 (one volume). Thomas Platt, consul at Florence and Leghorn, and Robert Ball, vice-consul at Leghorn, with related material on Tuscan and other Italian affairs, 1674-80 (one volume) George Legat, consul at Genoa, and George Davies, consul at Naples, 1675-80 (one volume)

ID:  91703

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