The Anglo-French Entente in the Seventeenth Century
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The Anglo-French Entente in the Seventeenth Century

By Charles Bastide
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Table of Contents
  • THE ANGLO-FRENCH ENTENTE IN THE XVII CENTURY
  • THE ANGLO-FRENCH ENTENTE IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY
  • INTRODUCTION
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
  • ANGLO-FRENCH ENTENTE IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY
  • CHAPTER I
    • From Paris to London under the Merry Monarch
    • "TABLE OF THE ROADS, OF THE INNS AND THE EXPENSE TO BE INCURRED"
    • "FROM PARIS TO ENGLAND"
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • CHAPTER II
    • Did Frenchmen Learn English in the Seventeenth Century?
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • CHAPTER III
    • Specimens of English, written by Frenchmen[101]
    • MERIC CASAUBON
      • The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius (1635)
      • On Reason (1655)
    • The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius (1635)
    • On Reason (1655)
    • QUEEN HENRIETTA
      • Queen Henrietta of France to Prince Charles (April 15, 1646)
    • Queen Henrietta of France to Prince Charles (April 15, 1646)
    • MAUGER
      • Extract from Claudius Mauger's French Grammar (1662)
    • Extract from Claudius Mauger's French Grammar (1662)
    • PETER DU MOULIN
      • Peter Du Moulin's Defence of the French Protestants (1675)
    • Peter Du Moulin's Defence of the French Protestants (1675)
    • FRANÇOIS DE LA MOTTE
      • Letter to Secretary Williamson (July 20, 1676)
    • Letter to Secretary Williamson (July 20, 1676)
    • LOUIS DU MOULIN
      • Apology for the Congregational Churches (1680)
    • Apology for the Congregational Churches (1680)
    • PIERRE DRELINCOURT
      • Speech to the Duke of Ormond (1680)
    • Speech to the Duke of Ormond (1680)
    • DE LUZANCY
      • Letter to Pepys (Jan. 18, 1688-89)
    • Letter to Pepys (Jan. 18, 1688-89)
    • GUY MIÈGE
      • On England and the English (1691)
    • On England and the English (1691)
    • PIERRE ALLIX
      • Against the Unitarians (1699)
    • Against the Unitarians (1699)
    • ABEL BOYER
      • Upon History (1702)
    • Upon History (1702)
    • PIERRE MOTTEUX
      • Extract from a Letter to the Spectator (1712)
      • A Song
      • To the Audience
    • Extract from a Letter to the Spectator (1712)
    • A Song
    • To the Audience
    • JEAN ABBADIE
      • Letter to Desmaizeaux
    • Letter to Desmaizeaux
    • MAITTAIRE
      • Letter to Dr. Charlett (March 27, 1718)
    • Letter to Dr. Charlett (March 27, 1718)
    • VOLTAIRE
      • To Lady Hervey (1725?)
      • Letter to Pierre Desmaizeaux (1725?)
      • Letter to Joseph Craddock (1773)
    • To Lady Hervey (1725?)
    • Letter to Pierre Desmaizeaux (1725?)
    • Letter to Joseph Craddock (1773)
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • CHAPTER IV
    • Gallomania in England (1600-85)
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • CHAPTER V
    • Huguenot Thought in England
    • FIRST PART
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • CHAPTER VI
    • Huguenot Thought in England
    • SECOND PART
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • CHAPTER VII
    • Shakespeare and Christophe Mongoye
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • CHAPTER VIII
    • French Gazettes in London (1650-1700)
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • CHAPTER IX
    • A Quarrel in Soho (1682)
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • CHAPTER X
    • The Courtship of Pierre Coste and Other Letters
    • I
      • Coste and the English Writers
    • Coste and the English Writers
    • II
      • Letters of Coste to Mademoiselle Brun[292]
    • Letters of Coste to Mademoiselle Brun[292]
    • I
    • II
    • III
    • IV
      • [To congratulate Mlle Durand on her marriage.]
      • TO MADAME DE BRUGUIÈRE
      • TO MADEMOISELLE SUSON
    • [To congratulate Mlle Durand on her marriage.]
    • TO MADAME DE BRUGUIÈRE
    • TO MADEMOISELLE SUSON
    • V
      • [Coste writes twice to complain of her silence.]
      • TO MADEMOISELLE SUSON DE BRUN, AT AMSTERDAM
    • [Coste writes twice to complain of her silence.]
    • TO MADEMOISELLE SUSON DE BRUN, AT AMSTERDAM
    • VI
      • TO MADEMOISELLE SUSON BRUN
    • TO MADEMOISELLE SUSON BRUN
    • VII
    • VIII
      • THE ANSWER TO THE ABOVE
    • THE ANSWER TO THE ABOVE
    • IX
      • TO MADEMOISELLE SUSON
    • TO MADEMOISELLE SUSON
    • X
      • TO MADEMOISELLE SUSON BRUN
    • TO MADEMOISELLE SUSON BRUN
    • XI
      • TO MADEMOISELLE LA COSTE, IN AMSTERDAM
    • TO MADEMOISELLE LA COSTE, IN AMSTERDAM
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • CHAPTER XI
    • THE STRANGE ADVENTURES OF THE TRANSLATOR OF ROBINSON CRUSOE, THE CHEVALIER DE THÉMISEUL
    • I
      • TO M. DE LA MOTTE, IN AMSTERDAM
    • TO M. DE LA MOTTE, IN AMSTERDAM
    • II
      • TO M. DE LA MOTTE IN AMSTERDAM
    • TO M. DE LA MOTTE IN AMSTERDAM
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • INDEX
  • ENGLISH TRAVELLERS OF THE RENAISSANCE
    • THE BEAUTIFUL LADY CRAVEN
    • MEMOIRS OF THE COURT OF ENGLAND IN 1675
    • THE HISTORY OF ENGLISH PATRIOTISM
      • JOHN LANE THE BODLEY HEAD
    • JOHN LANE THE BODLEY HEAD
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