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" Pope, and tempted by the Queen's own subjects, and shall be. so strong by sea, and so free from all other actions and quarrels, — yea, shall be so formidable to all the rest of Christendom, as that her Majesty shall no wise be able, with her own power,... "
History of the United Netherlands: From the Death of William the Silent to ... - Página 85
por John Lothrop Motley - 1861
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History of the United Netherlands: From the Death of William the ..., Volumen1

John Lothrop Motley - 1861
...Queen's own subjects, and shall be so strong by sea, and so free from all other actions and quarrels, — yea, shall be so formidable to all the rest of Christendom,...is most terrible to be thought of, but miserable to suffer." ' Thus did the Lord Treasurer wisely, eloquently, and well, describe the danger by which England...
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History of the United Netherlands: From the Death of William the ..., Volumen1

John Lothrop Motley - 1861
...— yea, shall be so formidable to all the rest of Christendom, as that her Majesty shall no wise be able, with her own power, nor with aid of any other,...Treasurer wisely, eloquently, and well, describe the danger by which England was environed. Through the shield of Holland the spear was aimed full at the...
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History of the United Netherlands: from the Death of William the Silent to ...

John Lothrop Motley - 1879
...— yea, shall be so formidable to all the rest of Christendom, as that her Majesty shall no wise be able, with her own power, nor with aid of any other,...is most terrible to be thought of, but miserable to suffer." l Thus did the Lord Treasurer wisely, eloquently, and well, describe the danger by which England...
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The Writings of John Lothrop Motley, Volumen8

John Lothrop Motley - 1900
...all the rest of 1584] DAVISON SENT TO THE HAGUE 107 Christendom as that her Majesty shall nowise be able, with her own power, nor with aid of any other,...is most terrible to be thought of, but miserable to suffer." l Thus did the lord treasurer wisely, eloquently, and well describe the danger by which England...
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U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings, Volumen45

United States Naval Institute - 1919
...shall no wise be able, with her own power, nor with the aid of any other, neither by land nor sea, to withstand his attempts, but shall be forced to...is most terrible to be thought of, but miserable to suffer." There were many other points of similarity between the two wars which I might point out to...
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A History of Sea Power

William Oliver Stevens, Allan Ferguson Westcott - 1920 - 458 páginas
...shall no wise be able, with her own power, nor with the aid of any other, neither by land nor sea, to withstand his attempts, but shall be forced to...is most terrible to be thought of, but miserable to suffer." These were the compelling reasons for England's entry into the war. The aid to Holland and...
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The Safeguard of the Sea: A Naval History of Britain, 660-1649

N. A. M. Rodger - 1998 - 691 páginas
...actions and quarrels ... as that her Majesty shall no wise be able with her own power, nor with the aid of any other, neither by sea nor land, to withstand...but shall be forced to give place to his insatiable malice.34 But it was a fearful risk to oppose Spain in any circumstances, and only the most foolhardy...
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The Spanish Armada: Revised Edition

Colin Martin, Geoffrey Parker - 1999 - 295 páginas
...all the rest of Christendom as that Her Majesty shall no wise be able with her own power nor with the aid of any other, neither by sea nor land, to withstand his attempts'. In such an eventuality Elizabeth would become a prey to Philip's 'insatiable malice, which is most...
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The Expansion of Elizabethan England

A. L. Rowse - 2003 - 449 páginas
...the rest of Christendom, as that her Majesty shall no wise be able with her own power, nor with the aid of any other, neither by sea nor land, to withstand his attempts, but shall be forced to give place 1 E. Lodge, Illustrations of British History, II. 400. 2 A Declaration of the Causes moving the Queen...
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