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HARVARD
UNIVERSITY

LIBRARY
MAY ] 1944

WESTMINSTER:

PRINTED BY J. B. NICHOLS AND SONS,

25, PARLIAMENT STREET,

[NEW SERIES VII.]

COUNCIL OF THE CAMDEN SOCIETY

FOR THE YEAR 1873-74.

President,

THE RIGHT HON. THE EARL OF VERULAM, F.R.G S.

THE RIGHT HON. LORD ACTON.
WILLIAM CHAPPELL, ESQ. F.S.A., Treasurer.
WILLIAM DURRANT COOPER, ESQ. F.S.A.
FREDERICK WILLIAM COSENS, ESQ.
JOHN FORSTER, ESQ. D.C.L.
JAMES GAIRDNER, ESQ.
SAMUEL RAWSON GARDINER, ESQ., Director.
ALFRED KINGSTON, ESQ., Secretary.
SIR JOHN MACLEAN, F.S.A.
FREDERIC OUVRY, ESQ. Treas. S.A.
EDWARD RIMBAULT, LL.D.
JAMES SPEDDING, ESQ.
WILLIAM JOHN THOMS, ESQ. F.S.A.
SIR WALTER CALVERLEY TREVELYAN, BART.
J. R. D. TYSSEN, ESQ.

The Council of the CAMDEN SOCIETY desire it to be understood that they are not answerable for any opinions or observations that may appear in the Society's publications; the Editors of the several Works being alone responsible for the same.

INTRODUCTION.

War was proclaimed by England and by France, acting in alliance, against Holland, in March 1672. This was England's

ERRATA IN VOL. I.

Page 13, notes, line 4, for Antica read Aulica.

, 13, for 59 read 60. See note 2 in page 122.
57 and 58, heading and signature of letter No. 28, for J. read T.
87, notes, line 11 from bottom, Price is a misprint for Prior, and

Prior a mistake for Rochester.

Second to declare himself a Roman Catholic, for which Louis Aiv. was to pay him two millions of francs, and, in the event of anticipated disturbances in England, to provide him with the aid of six thousand foot soldiers, raised and maintained at the expense of Louis. The two Kings agreed to make war together with all their forces against Holland, and neither was to make a treaty of peace, truce, or armistice without the other's consent. The time for declaring war was to be left to Louis. After Charles had publicly declared his change of religion Louis was to undertake the war by land; Charles sending and maintaining six thousand men, commanded by a general who should obey Louis or his Commander

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