The diplomatic correspondence of ... Richard Hill ... from July 1703, to May 1706, ed. by W. Blackley, Част 1

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William Blackley
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Sir Geo Rooke to Mr Hill
34
Sir Ch Hedges to Mr Hill
39
Earl of Nottingham to Mr Hill
45
Mr G Stepney to Mr Hill
51
Earl of Nottingham to Mr Hill
57
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin 4th November 1705 658
60
Lord Godolphin to Mr Hill
63
Mr Secretary Harlcy to Mr Hill
68
Mr HiU to the Duke of Savoy Genoa 17th January 1706
78
Mr Hills Credentials to the Duchess Dowager of Savoy J __
80
Reference to the Storm of November 1703 731
82
Whitehall 3rd Match 1704
86
Sir G Rooke to Mr Hill
88
Whitehall 24th March 1704
92
Mr Hill to Sir Ch Hedges Inspruck Jf March 1706 693
94
25th May 1704
109
The Duke of Savoy to Mr Hill Crescentin 9th June 1704
115
The Duke of Savoy to Mr Hill Crescentin 22nd June 1704
122
Reference to M Flotard 732
123
Camp 30th May 1704
126
Mr J Chetwynd to Mr Hill Turin 25th June 1704
128
Earl of Nottingham to Mr Hill Whitehall 18th July 1704
136
Sir Ch Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 11th August 1704
141
Sir Ch Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 15th August 1704
143
Flotard to Mr Hill Geneva 20th August 1704
144
Sir Ch Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 22nd August 1704
146
Lord Godolphin to Mr Hill St Jamess 22nd August 1704 117
148
Roland to M Flotard Dusfort 1st August 1704
151
The Duke of Marlborough to Mr Hill Spire 8th September 1701
153
Mr A Stanhope to Mr Hill Hague 9th September 1704
154
Sir C Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 12th Sept 1704
155
Mr Secretary Harley to Mr Hill Whitehall th Sept 1704
156
Sir C Hedges to Mr Hill Windsor 15th Sept 1704
157
Sir C Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 19th Sept 1704
158
Sir C Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 26th Sept 1704
159
Lord Godolphin to Mr Hill 26th Sept 1704 100
160
Credentials of Mr Hill to the Repub lie of Venice J Windsor 29th Sept 1704 1G1 Translated 871
161
Ditto ditto Windsor 29th Sept 1704
162
Sir C Hedges to Mr Hill Windsor 8th Oct 1701
163
Sir C Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 20th Oct 1704
164
Mr J Chetwynd to Mr Hill Turin 21st Oct 1704
165
SirC Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 3 id Nov 1704
166
Sir C Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 7th Nov 1704
167
Sir C Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 10th Nov 1701
168
Duke of Marlborough to Mr Hill Au Camp 13th Nov 1701
169
Sir C Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 24th Nov 1701
170
Sir C Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 1st Dec 1701
171
Sir C Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 8th Dec 1704
172
Archbp of Canterbury to Mr Hill 11th Dec 1704
173
Sir J Chardin and Bp of Worces ter to the Abp of Canterbury 1st Dec 1704
174
Abp of Canterbury to Mr Hill 19th Dec 1704
175
Lord Godolphin to Mr Hill 5th January 1705
176
Order to pay Mr Hill and Mr J
177
Sir C Hedges to Mr Hill
201
Sir C Hedges to Mr Hill Whitehall 6th July 1705
213
Queen Anne to the Duke of Savoy Windsor 10th Sept 1705
223
Prince Liechtenstein to Mr Hill Barcelona
229
QuAnne to Duchess Dowager of j Jamet im
235
Mr HiU to the Earl of Nottingham Hague JJth Aug 1703
241
Mr Hill to the Lord Treasurer
247
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham
260
Mr Hill to the Duke of Marlborough Hague 5th Sept 1703
267
Translated
275
Mr Hill to the Commander of
277
Hague 9th November 1703
282
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham
311
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham
312
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham 314 Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham
313
Whitehall 23rd Nov 1703
315
Mr Hill to the Lord Treasurer 316 Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham
316
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham
317
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham
318
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham
319
Mr Hill to the Envoy of Bavaria Translated
320
Mr Hill to the Lord Treasurer
321
Mr HiU to the Earl of Nottingham 323 Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham
322
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham
324
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham
325
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham Hague November 1703
326
Turin 4th March 1704
327
Turin 7th March 1704
329
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham
330
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham
331
Mr Hill to the Lord Treasurer
332
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham 334 Mr HiU to Sir G Rookc
334
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham
335
Mr HiU to the Earl of Nottingham
336
Mr HiU to Mr Stepney
337
Mr HiU to the Lord Treasurer
338
Mr Hill to the Earl of Nottingham
339
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin 1 May 1705 545
379
Mr Hill to the Duke of Marlborough
380
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin AJ June 1705 559
381
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin July 1700 577
384
APPENDIX D
389
Mr Hill to the Earl of Peterborough Turin rj Augurt 1705 601
392
30th May 1704
394
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin 1st August 1704
395
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin J July 1705 584
399
Turin July 1704
402
Mr Hill to the Lord Treasurer Turin jl August 1701
403
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin 14 August 1704
411
Mr Hill to Mr G Stepney Turin 2nd September 1705 611
414
Turin March 1704
416
Mr Hill to the Lord Treasurer Turin 2nd September 1704 117
418
Ambassador Methuen to Sir G Rooke
421
Sir G Rooke to Ambassador Methuen
422
Mr Hill to M Cavallier Translated
423
Cavallier to Mr Hill Translated
424
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges
425
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges
426
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges
427
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges Turin lj September 1704 127
428
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges
429
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges
430
Turin 29th March 1701
433
Mr HiU to Turin 1st October 1704
434
Mr Hill to the Earl of Peterborough Turin J? September 1705 636
435
297 297 299 882 300 301 302 303 883 303 301 306 307 308 309 310 312 313 310 317 318 321 322 322 883 323 324 326 327 329 331 331 332...
440
Mr Hill to Captain Dolman Turin fi October 1704
446
Gibraltar 30th July 1704
448
De Luzerne 10th October 1704
456
Turin 1J October 1704
458
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges
460
400
462
Mr Hill to Mr Secretary Hedges
466
Mr Hill to Western and Lambert
472
475
477
483 481 485 487 896 488 897 488 St Thomas Translated 449 Mr Hill to the Lord Treasurer Part translated 450 Mr Hill to Mr Secretory Hedges 451 ...
478

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