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A17810 The historie of the life and reigne of that famous princesse Elizabeth containing a briefe memoriall of the chiefest affaires of state that haue passed in these kingdomes of England, Scotland, France or Ireland since the yeare of the fatall Spanish invasion to that of her sad and ever to be deplored dissolution : wherevnto also is annexed an appendix of animadversions vpon severall passages, corrections of sundry errours, and additions of some remarkable matters of this history never before imprinted.; Annales rerum Anglicarum et Hibernicarum regnante Elizabetha. English. 1634 Camden, William, 1551-1623.; Browne, Thomas, 1604?-1673. 1634 (1634) STC 4499; ESTC S2549 301,814 518

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affect_v the_o kingdom_n of_o france_n ibid._n the_o queen_n propound_v a_o marriage_n to_o the_o k._n of_o scot_n 25_o he_o be_v betroth_v to_o anne_n of_o denmark_n ibid._n he_o pass_v over_o to_o norway_n 26_o tempest_n raise_v in_o his_o voyage_n by_o witch_n ibid._n bothwell_n accuse_v by_o they_o ibid._n the_o countess_n of_o sussex_n die_v ibid._n sir_n walter_n mildmay_n die_v ibid._n the_o earl_n of_o worcester_n die_v 27_o and_o the_o lord_n sturton_n ibid._n and_o the_o lord_n compton_n ibid._n and_o the_o lord_n paget_n ibid._n and_o doctor_n humphrey_n ibid._n anno_fw-la m.d.xc_o sundry_a haven_n fortify_v pag._n 29_o charge_n for_o the_o navy_n ibid._n money_o lend_v to_o the_o french_a king_n 30_o the_o rate_n of_o the_o customhouse_n raise_v 31_o the_o queen_n care_n of_o the_o state_n 32_o she_o restore_v ship_n to_o the_o venetians_n 33_o she_o procure_v peace_n from_o the_o turk_n for_o the_o polo●●●ns_n and_o moldavian_n ibid._n she_o congratulate_v the_o marriage_n 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