For God and the King
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William & Mary Trilogy, Volume 3
Written by Marjorie Bowen
The Prince was in his thirty-seventh year, at the height of his reputation: the most respected statesman, one of the most feared generals and powerful rulers in Europe.
He served as the head of the nation which was then supreme in trade and maritime dominion and the foremost champion of the Reformed religion, the Dutch Republic. He also was the first Prince in England, the close ally and counsellor of the Empire, of Spain, the Northern States, Germany, and, as it was whispered, of the Pope, the leader of the English opposition, and husband to the heiress of that country.
What's more, he was the rallying point for the discontent and indignation of all those whom the King of France had injured or the King of England had savaged.
Paperback, 350 pages,
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