Catalogue description Marlborough to Boyle: he has seen what Boyle has written to Pulteney to enable him to...

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Details of SP 87/3/44
Reference: SP 87/3/44
Description:

Marlborough to Boyle: he has seen what Boyle has written to Pulteney to enable him to reassure the king of Denmark about Hamburg. He sends Robinson's observations on the queen's letter to King Stanislaus [of Poland] [SP 87/3/45]. French proposal to exchange for Lord Middleton's two sons in the Tower [SP 87/3/46]. He has letters from Prince Eugene in Frankfurt; it is uncertain when the Palatines will march. The elector of Bavaria has moved most of his troops to the Saar to observe Prince Eugene, which should strengthen the position of the elector of Hanover. Dated at camp at Terbanck. ff. 90, 91

Date: 1708 Jun 18
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Language: English
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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