Letters and negotiations of the Count D'Estrades: ambassador from Lewis XIV. to the States-general of the United-provinces of the Low-countries. From the year 1663 to the year 1669, Volume 1

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Pagina 435 - ... recovering a proper value. In the meantime, tho an evil to particulars, there is some advantage to the public in the depreciation, as large nominal values are more easily paid in taxes, and the debt by that means more easily extinguished. Franklin to Lloyd. PASSY, May 4, 1779. DEAR SIR, — I received the letter you did me the honour to write me of the 10th past. As you seem to have some reliance on my advice in the affair you mention, I ought to give it candidly and sincerely. And it must therefore...
Pagina 140 - ... equitable sentiments ; and at this epoch their High Mightinesses will seize with earnestness all events, which, compatible with the honor and independence of a free State, may tend to reconcile them with their ancient friend and ally. " Thus done and resolved at the Assembly of their High Mightinesses the Lords the States-General of the United Provinces of the Low Countries, at the Hague, the 12th of March, 1781.
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