A Cabinet Council

A Cabinet Council

Or, Secret History of Lewis XIV. In Which The Grand Scheme Was Concerted for Assassinating King William; the Conquering of Holland; Re-establishing King James Upon the Throne of These Kingdoms; the Subversion of the German Empire; and Enslaving the Rest of Europe. The Reader, by Perusing This Tract, Will Clearly Perceive, That Though King, Ministers and Circumstances Are Changed, the Same Spirit Presides Over French Councils, Though at Different Periods; and That Louis XV. Is but What His Predecessor Was; the Invariable Maxim of Both Being to Divide and Conquer

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Publisher: London : printed for H. Woodgate and S. Brooke, at the Golden Ball in Pater-Noster-Row, M.DCC.LVII. [1757]
Characteristics: [2],vi,206p. ; 120

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