Depeches sentence example

depeches
  • (Paris, 1881-1886); his Depeches, circulaires, decrets ...
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  • Fenelon is the author of a number of writings, among which those of general importance are Memoires touchant l'Angleterre et la Suisse, ou Sommaire de la negociation faite en Angleterre, l'an 1571 (containing a number of the letters of Charles and his mother, relating to Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mary and the Bartholomew massacre), published in the Memoires of Castelnau (Paris, 1659) Ne'gociations de la Mothe Fenelon et de Michel, sieur de Mauvissiere, en Angleterre; and Depeches de M.
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  • Garve (Breslau, 1857); correspondence (Briefwechsel) with Adam Muller (Stuttgart, 1857); Briefe an Pilat (2 vols., Leipzig, 1868); Aus dem Nachlass Friedrichs von Gentz (2 vols.), edited by Count Anton Prokesch-Osten (Vienna, 1867); Aus der alten Registratur der Staats-Kanzlei: Briefe politischen Inhalts von and an Friedrich von Gentz, edited by C. von Klinkowstrom (Vienna, 1870); Depeches inedites du chev.
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  • Cloots' main works are: La Certitude des preuves du mahometisme (London, 1780), published under the pseudonym of Ali-GurBer, in answer to Bergier's Certitude des preuves du christianisme; L'Orateur du genre humain, ou Depeches du Prussien Cloots au Prussien Herzberg (Paris, 1791), and La Republique universelle (1792).
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  • See Vincent'Laureo, 1574-78, et ses depeches inedites (Ital.) (Warsaw, 1877); Augu s tin Theiner, Vetera monuments Poloniae et Lituaniae vol.
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