5 edition of An English diplomat in the Low Countries found in the catalog.
An English diplomat in the Low Countries
K. H. D. Haley
Includes bibliography and index.
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An English Diplomat in the Low Countries: Sir William Temple and John de Witt, [Kenneth Harold Dobson Haley] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Sir William Temple, the most important English ambassador of the 17th century, negotiated the famous Triple Alliance of when heCited by: 1.
An English diplomat in the Low Countries by Kenneth Harold Dobson Haley; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Ambassadors, Biography, Devolution, War of,Diplomatic history, Foreign relations, Triple Alliance, ; Places: Great Britain, Netherlands; People: Johan de Witt (), William Temple Sir (); Times:.
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