Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Early works to 1800. : Warrs with forregin princes dangerous to our common-wealth: or, Reasons for forreign wars answered : With a list of all the confederates from Henry the firsts reign to the end of Queen Elizabeth. Proving, that the kings of England alwayes preferred unjust peace, before the justest warre.
Great Britain -- Foreign relations : Articles of peace between His Most Sacred Majesty, Charles the Second, King of Great Britain, France and Ireland, &c. and the city and kingdom of Algiers, / concluded by Thomas Allen Esquire, Admiral of His said Majesty of Great Britain's ships in the Mediterranean Seas, according to instructions received on that behalf from His Royal Highness the Duke of York and Albany, Earl of Ulster ... ; Being the same articles concluded by Sir John Lawson Knight, on the 23. of April, 1662. and afterwards more solemnly confirm'd on the 10. of November following, and since ratified by the Grand Signior.
Great Britain -- Foreign relations : A league of union betwixt His Majesty, and the Estates General of the United Provinces of the low-countreys : for an efficacious mediation of peace between the two neighbouring crowns now in war.
Great Britain -- Foreign relations : Private debates in the House of Commons, in the year 1677. : in relation to a war with France, and also an alliance with Holland, &c. Also Learned Arguments, by several Worthy Members, thereupon. Together with speeches by King Charles II. to the Lords and Commons. With a discourse shewing the absolute necessity of a war with France on this Critical Juncture, in order to procure a lasting Peace at Home.
Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Early works to 1800. : The memoirs of John Ker, of Kersland in North Britain, esq.; containing his secret transactions and negotiations in Scotland, England, the courts of Vienna, Hanover and other foreign parts. With an account of the rise and progress of the Ostend company in the Austrian Netherlands. / Published by himself ...