2 edition of British diplomaticservice, 1689-1789. found in the catalog.
British diplomaticservice, 1689-1789.
D. B. Horn
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British Diplomacy in Switzerland () and Eighteenth Century Diplomatic culture Christopher Storrs 1 England’s position in Europe was transformed in the long eighteenth century (), following the Glorious Revolution ofwhen king James II was replaced on the.
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