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  • Art in the Netherlands  (1868)  by Hippolyte Taine, translated by J. Durand Frontpage 252908Art in the Netherlands — FrontpageHippolyte TaineJ. Durand1868
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  • upon the United Provinces of the Netherlands  (1687)  by William Temple (1628-1699) 83650Observations upon the United Provinces of the NetherlandsWilliam
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  • Holland and its People (category History of the Netherlands)
    from the Italian by Caroline Tilton 1890. Chapter I - Holland Chapter II - Zealand Chapter III - Rotterdam Chapter IV - Delft Chapter V - The Hague
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  • XIII: The Last Years of William the Silent Chapter XIV: The Projects of Philip Chapter XV: Henry the Third and Elizabeth Chapter XVI: Antwerp and the Armada
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  • Preface Historical Introduction Part 1: Philip the Second in the Netherlands. 1555-1559. Chapter 1: The Opening and Closing Scene Chapter 2: Saint Quentin
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  • Art in the Netherlands by Hippolyte Taine, translated by J. Durand Introduction 252942Art in the Netherlands — IntroductionHippolyte TaineJ. Durand
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  • Description of the New Netherlands by Adriaen van der Donck 137906Description of the New NetherlandsAdriaen van der Donck DESCRIPTION OF THE NEW NETHERLANDS
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  • Author:John Adams (1735-1826) (category Presidents of the U.S.)
    to the Netherlands (1782 - 1788). Father of sixth United States President John Quincy Adams. Inaugural Address (4 March 1797) First State of the Union
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  • States Minister to the Netherlands HAS HELPED SO MANY UNKNOWN LITERARY AS- PIRANTS THAT HE CAN HARDLY HAVE HOPED TO ESCAPE THE DEDICATION TO HIM OF
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  • linguist and Orientalist. He was one of the founding fathers of Oriental Studies in the Netherlands. He was promoting the study of Sanskrit and contributed
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  • Governments of the Netherlands and Ahanta on the Gold Coast of Africa 193862Treaty of Butre (1656)Governments of the Netherlands and Ahanta on the Gold Coast
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  • amending Treaty establishing the European Economic Community, with a view to making applicable to the Netherlands Antilles the special regime of association
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  • Author:John Quincy Adams (category Scans from the Internet Archive)
    (1803 - 1808), Ambassador to Prussia (1797 - 1801), Ambassador to the Netherlands (1794 - 1797). Son of second United States President John Adams.
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  • are no levies or tributes here. The Javanese is a subject of the Netherlands. The King of the Netherlands is his King. The descendants of earlier princes
    10 KB (1,742 words) - 11:40, 22 December 2010
  • the Netherlands for an Interchange of Territory on the Gold Coast of Africa  (1867)  1319908Convention between Great Britain and the Netherlands
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  • of Congress Classification Subclass DJ: History of the Netherlands is a classification used by the Library of Congress Classification system under Class
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  • been received from the Governments of the Netherlands and of the Republic of Indonesia advising that orders have been given for the cessation of hostilities
    3 KB (512 words) - 07:26, 19 September 2011
  • Rotterdam Laborers Strike in Rotterdam Military Ordered Out to Preserve the Peace Rotterdam, May 16 Six thousand dock laborers in this city have gone
    1 KB (199 words) - 15:47, 5 December 2013
  • Observations upon the United Provinces of the Netherlands William Temple Introduction by G. N. Clark Introduction 83651Observations upon the United Provinces
    6 KB (1,039 words) - 23:27, 18 January 2016
  • entitled Netherlands 1998043Works entitled Netherlands Netherlands may refer to: Netherlands, in 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica Netherlands, in 1913
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