3 edition of embassy of Everaard van Weede, lord of Dykvelt, to England, in 1687 found in the catalog.
embassy of Everaard van Weede, lord of Dykvelt, to England, in 1687
|Statement||[by] James Muilenburg.|
|Series||University studies, pub. by the University of Nebraska., vol. XX, nos, 3, 4|
|LC Classifications||AS36 .N2 vol. 20, nos. 3, 4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||77|
|LC Control Number||23027260|
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Lord of Dykvelt to England in ; Literary (McGraw-Hill Book Co.), Memberships: Sigma Xi, Alpha Zeta, Xi Sigma Pi, Phi Sigma. During the missions in England several conﬁdants of William had established useful contacts; Bentinck, Everard van Weede van Dijkveld and D’Alonne had freely conversed with Sidney and others during their embassies in Bentinck’s secretary Christoffel Tromer had also been to England that summer As James’s policies became more.