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fion of Faith, see Appendix.
Radzivil (Duchess of) 261.
SAillant, (M. de) 25:
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the Archbishop 89, 90.
Gotha (Prince of) 105.
with the Archduchess 66 to 73. Their Entry at Drej-
den 74, &c. The Electoral Family 84, 85, br.
John, King of Poland 45.
of 190, 191, &c. 210, dc. Character of the pre-
sent Queen 210.
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TApistry Hangings made by the famous Devos 47.
Texeira a rich Portuguese 256.
Family 165 to 172. An Adventure which happen'd
Turkish Ambassador's Entry at Vienna 62 to 66.
the Author 119. His Family 120. The Roads in
(the Baron de) Nephew of M. de Seiffan,
Villeroy, Family 98.
W Ackerbarth, Count 66.
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