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|Title||:||Consisting chiefly of Letters from the French Ambassadors in England to their Court; And From Charles II. James II. King William, and Queen Mary, And the Ministers and Generals of those Princes. Taken from the Depot des Affaires etrangeres at Versailles, and King William's private Cabinet at Kensington. Interspersed witch Historical Relations, necessary to connect the Papers together|