The manifesto of the court of France [electronic resource] : or, a parallel of the King's conduct, with that of the King of Great-Britain, Elector of Hanover. Relative to the affairs of the Empire, and particularly to the breach of the capitulation of Closter-Seven. Faithfully translated into English, that the Public, from this Sophistical and Scurrilous Piece, may judge of the Artisice and Fraud of the French Court, in throwing the Odium of their unjust and turbulent Proceedings upon Powers, whose Intentions were always Sincere, Just and Pacific.

London : printed for J. Scott, in Pater-Noster-Row, and C. G. Seyffert, in Dean-Street, Sohe, MDCCLVIII. [1758]
[4],162[i.e.163],[1]p. ; 12⁰.
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Convention of Kloster-Zeven (1757).
Anglo-French War, 1755-1763.
France -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain.
Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- France.
Place of Publication:
England London.
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Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Contains extracts from various documents to illustrate the relations among the powers at the outbreak of the Seven Years' War.
Pp.162-163 misnumbered 163-162.
Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements. s2009 miunns
Reproduction of original from Harvard University Houghton Library.
Cited in:
English Short Title Catalog, N10930.
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Restricted for use by site license.