The Diplomatic Correspondence of the Right Hon. Richard Hill ...: Envoy Extraordinary from the Court of St. James to the Duke of Savoy ... from July 1703, to May 1706 ...

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Sir Ch Hedges to Mr Hill Bath 2nd September 1703
25
Mr G Stepney to Mr Hill
31
Earl of Nottingham to Mr Hill Whitehall 10th September 1703
32
27th Augt 1703
38
Count DAversberg to Mr Hill Turin 22nd September 1703
40
Lord Godolphin to Mr Hil
47
Mr G Stepney to Mr Hill
55
Earl of Nottingham to Mr Hill Whitehall 19th Nov 1703
62
Sir G Rooke to Mr Hill
69
28th Jan 1704
76
Earl of Nottingham to Mr Hill Whitehall 8th Feb 1704
79
Earl of Nottingham to Mr Hill
80
29th Feb 1704
81
3rd March 1704
82
Earl of Nottingham to Mr Hill Whitehall 3rd March 1704
83
3rd March 1704
86
March 1704
89
out of the French service
90
Turin 16th April 1701
91
Earl of Nottingham to Mr Hill Whitehall 24th March 1704
92
Earl of Nottingham to Mr Hill Whitehall 4th April 1704
93
April 1704
96
Sir Ch Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 25 April 5 May 1704
97
Capt G Dolman to Mr Hill VillaFranca 6th May 1704
98
Whitehall 12th May 1704
99
Whitehall 16th May 1704
100
Berlin 17th May 1704
101
Sir Ch Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 19th May 1704
102
Whitehall 23rd May 1704
104
Lord Amb Methuen to Sir G Rooke Lisbon 23rd May 1704
105
board the Royal Catherine S 25th May 1704
108
Lord Godolphin to Mr Hill
109
6th June 1704
111
The Duke of Savoy to Mr Hill Crescentin 9th June 1704
115
The Duke of Savoy to Mr Hill Crescentin 22nd June 1704
122
Mr J Chetwynd to Mr Hill Turin 25th June 1704
128
Sir C Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 4th July 1704
134
Sir Ch Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall Ilth August 1704
141
surer
145
Lord Godolphin to Mr Hill St Jamess 22nd August 1704
147
The Duke of Marlborough to Mr Hill Spire 8th September 1701
153
Count DAversberg to Mr Stepney 25th August 1703
159
Lord Godolphin to Mr Hill
160
Sir C Hedges to Mr Hill
167
Archbp of Canterbury to Mr Hill
173
Duke of Marlborough to Mr Hill Whitehall 6th Feb 1705
179
2nd March 1705
185
Mr Hill to the Lord Treasurer Turin 4th March 170 501
193
Duke of Marlborough to Mr Hill Maestricht 12th May 1705
200
Mr E Southwell to Mr Hill Dublin 17th June 1705
207
Prince Liechtenstein to Mr Hill Barcelona
229
Mr Hills Revocation
235
849
238
269
246
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Hague 1 th Aug 1703
248
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Hague Aug 1703
249
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Hague 4th Sept 1703
254
Mr Hill to the Duke of Marlborough Hague 5th Sept 1703
256
Proposition of Mr Hill to the Pen 7th September 1703
258
Count DAversberg to Mr Stepney Turin Ilth Aug 1703
259
Mr Hill to Mr Stepney Hague 8th Sept 1703
260
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Hague 11th Sept 1703
262
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Hague Ilth Sept 1703
264
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Hague 16th Oct 1703
265
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Hague 16th Oct 1703
267
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Hague October 1703
268
Mr Hill to Mr Stepney Hague 23rd Oct 1703
269
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Hague 13 October 1703
270
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Hague 29 October 1703
272
Mr Hill to Mr Stepney Hague 3 October 1703
273
Mr Hill to Count DAversberg Hague 2nd November 1703
275
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Hague 2nd November 1703
276
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Hague 3rd November 1703
277
Mr Hill to Mr Aglionby
278
Hague 6th November 1703
279
Hague 9th November 1703
282
Hague 9th November 1703
283
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Hague 9th November 1703
284
Mr Hill to Mr Stepney Hague 13th November 1703
285
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Hague ia November 1703
286
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Hague November 1703
288
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Hague November 1703
290
Mr Hill to Mr Aglionby Hague af November 1703
293
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Turin dy January 1704
305
Mr Hill to the Lord Treasurer Turin 1 January 1701
308
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Turin January 1701
309
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Turin Ist February 170
310
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Turin 5th February 170
312
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Turin 8th February 1703
313
Mr Hill to the Lord Treasurer Turin February 1701
316
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Turin 12th February 1704
317
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Turin February 1704
318
350
319
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Turin 19th February 1704
321
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Turin 19th February 1704
322
Mr Hill to the Lord Treasurer Turin 26th February 1704
323
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Turin 26th February 1704
324
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Turin 29th February 1704
326
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Turin 4th March 1704
327
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Turin 7th March 1701
329
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Turin 11th March 1704
331
Mr Hill to the Lord Treasurer Turin Å March 1704
332
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Turin 1 March 1701
334
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Turin 21st March 1704
335
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Turin 14 March 1704
336
Mr Hill to the Lord Treasurer Turin 11 March 1704
338
Mr Hill to Sir G Rooke Turin 29th March 1704 310
340
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Turin 4th April 1704
341
Mr Hill to Mr Stepney Turin 4th April 1704
343
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Turin 8th April 1701
345
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Turin April 1704
348
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Turin 2nd May 1704
356
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Turin 9th May 1704
358
Mr Hill
359
Mr Hill to Captain Fisher Turin March 1705 506
363
30th May 1704
364
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin July 1704
369
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin March 170 514
379
387
387
884
391
Mr Hill to the Duke of Marlborough Turin March 170 516
392
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin 1st August 1704
395
Mr Hill to the Lord Treasurer Turin 5th August 1704
397
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin 5th August 1704
399
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin ja August 1704
400
Mr Hill to Western and Lambert Turin 1st April 1705 518
401
Mr Hill to the Lord Treasurer Turin i August 1704
403
Mr Hill to M Flotard Turin 14th August 1701
404
Mr Hill to Sir George Rooke Turin August 1704
405
Mr Hill to the Lord Treasurer Turin August 1704
409
Mr Hill to Lullin and Nicolas Turin 19th August 1704
410
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin ji August 1704
411
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin 25 August 1704
412
Mr Hill to the Duke of Marlborough Turin 26th August 1704
413
Mr Hill to the Lord Treasurer Turin 10 August 1704
414
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin 2nd September 1704
416
Mr Hill to the Lord Treasurer Turin 2nd September 1704
417
Order of Mr Hill to Captain Dolman Turin 7th September 1704
418
Mr Hill to the Lord Treasurer Turin 1 September 1704
420
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin September 1704
421
Mr Hill to the Lord Treasurer Turin September 1704
422
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin September 1704
424
Mons Belcastels orders from the 7 2nd September 1704
425
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin di September 1704
427
Mr Hill to the Duke of Ormond Turin ji September 1704
428
Mr Hill to Sir George Rooke Turin ji September 1704
429
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin September 1704
430
Mr Hill to M Flotard Turin 25th September 1704
432
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin Ist October 1704
433
Mr Hill to Turin Ist October 1704
434
Mr Hill to the Duke of Marlborough Turin 3rd October 1704
435
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin 8th October 1704
437
Mr Hill to the Arbp of Canterbury Turin 10th October 1704
439
Etat des Eglises des Vallées of?
440
31
441
Mr Hill to Captain Dolman Turin i October 1704
446
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin October 1704
447
Mr Hill to Sir George Rooke Turin 6 October 1704
448
Ambassador Methuen to Sir G Rooke Lisbon 1st July 1704
451
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin October 1704
457
Mr Hill to Lord Peterborough Turin 13 July 1705
462
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin November 1704
463
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin 28 July 1705
468
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin 10th December 1704
470
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin 4th February 1706 491
478

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Pagina xii - Catholic, under the pretence of their being illegitimate ; that their religious services are interrupted ; that their intercourse and traffic with their fellow-countrymen, beyond certain limits, are placed under grievous restrictions ; that some of them are deprived of the means of subsistence, being forbidden to purchase, to farm, or to cultivate lands, except within boundaries too narrow for their population ; and that others, to their great disadvantage and detriment, have been ordered to sell...
Pagina 87 - And for so doing this shall be your warrant. Given at our court at St. James's the 10th day of March, i/()9> in the ninth year of our reign.
Pagina 265 - Papers continue to be publish'd, exciting the People to oppose the Execution of the Act of Parliament for laying a stamp Duty in the Colonies. The most remarkable of these Papers is inclosed. This was distributed along the Post...
Pagina vi - Ryswick. He was very able in business, and much esteemed by King William, whom he almost adored, and often reflected with some severity on his own party, (he was a tory,) for their false notions of foreign affairs with regard to England, and for their not better supporting the king in the war. I have read many of his letters, and they prove him to have been a very considerable person, and made for higher stations than he arrived to.
Pagina 29 - ... opinion of the Duke's honesty, but I could hardly conceive he was so impudent a knave as to prescribe his own conditions, to demand a minister might be sent to agree, or rather to sign with him. for all was in manner settled before our fat Count left us. and after having amused the easy creature two months to no purpose, break off without any manner of reason. After such infamous usage as this, mankind ought to detest him and all that belongs to him. Perhaps yon will object, this Court has been...
Pagina 410 - My lord, I did myself the honour to write to your lordship on the . . . instant. I fear my letter may not have reached your lordship's hands.
Pagina 141 - J'ai l'honneur d'être avec un très profond respect, de Votre Excellence, le très humble et très obeissant Serviteur, GÉNÉRAL-MAJOR DE TITOF. à Constance ce 20 7"'
Pagina xii - Piedmont, earnestly request your Lordship to submit to Her Majesty the Queen, our humble entreaty that Her Majesty will be graciously pleased to intercede in behalf of that ancient community with their Sovereign the King of Sardinia. The sufferings of the Vaudois have often excited the sympathy of this nation, and our Sovereigns have from time to time been pleased to exercise their beneficent offices, when the privileges and rights of the...
Pagina xiii - ... which they have legally acquired beyond the territories to which they are confined. ' If these alleged severities were inflicted on the Vaudois for acts of turbulence, or dangerous fanaticism, we should not presume to entreat Her Majesty's gracious interposition : but it does not appear that anything can be laid to their charge, except the profession of a religion differing from that of the Roman Catholic Church, and similar in many particulars of faith and discipline to the Reformed Churches...
Pagina v - He was, in the time of King William III. envoy extraordinary to the court of Brussels, as also in that reign and Queen Anne's, to the courts of Turin, and of all the other Italian princes, except the Roman pontiff. In the time of King William, he was paymaster of his Majesty's armies in Flanders, where, by his remarkable...

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