A letter which Monsieur Desdiguieres [sic] Constable of France, hath sent to the king his master, to perswade him by pregnant reasons to make peace with the Rochellers, and the other Protestants which liue in his dominions and to shew how necessary it is that the king of France enter in league with the Protestants and other potentates, princes and states of Christendome to make warre against Spaine to hinder the king of Spaine from the vniuersall monarchie to which hee aspireth. The lading of two Hollandish ships which are come from Porto Ricco, which towne the Hollanders haue taken in the West Indies. The censure and condemnation of a booke (lately written by a Iesuite, De Potestate Papæ) by the court of Parliament, which hath beenefince publikely burned at Paris. The strange death of Peter Cotton a Iesuite. The new admiraltie which is to be erected both in Spaine and the subdued Prouinces ...
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