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Copy of letter from Isaac Wake, Venice, to Sir Edward Conway, January 17, 1625 17th century?

Author: Isaac Wake, Sir; Edward Conway Conway, Viscount
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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A detailed account of Wake's meetings with the newly elected Doge of Venice, Giovanni Cornaro, at which he explained England's policy towards Spain and desire for peace in Germany and the Palatinate. The Doge responded "being well assured that He hath no Intention to innovate any thing in matter of Religion, they will be ever ready to contribute what may be within the Compass of their Power & Abilities towards the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Letters
Manuscripts
Correspondence Manuscripts
Early works to 1800 Manuscripts
Named Person: Isaac Wake, Sir; Edward Conway Conway, Viscount; Giovanni Cornaro
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Isaac Wake, Sir; Edward Conway Conway, Viscount
OCLC Number: 645511894
Notes: Docket title: Sr. Isaac Wake to Mr. Secr. Conway The election of a new Duke of Venice. His Entertainm[en]t His Audience. His Propositions & [th]e Answ[e]r made to Him. Addressed: Right Honourable. Signed: yo[u]r hon[ourabl]e most humble & most obedient son & servant I. Wake (Wake had married Conway's stepdaughter in 1623). Dated: Venice Jan. 7/17, 1625.
Description: 6 leaves ; 31 x 20 cm.

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A detailed account of Wake's meetings with the newly elected Doge of Venice, Giovanni Cornaro, at which he explained England's policy towards Spain and desire for peace in Germany and the Palatinate. The Doge responded "being well assured that He hath no Intention to innovate any thing in matter of Religion, they will be ever ready to contribute what may be within the Compass of their Power & Abilities towards the procuring of a good Peace, & the securing of the publick Liberty."

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