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Inhaltsangabe: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1851 Excerpt: ...details. He tells us that, on King Edward's finding himself disappointed of the promised imperial succours, he declared that " God the Almighty Father had done this entirely for his good; for if the emperor had taken part in this affair, and God had blessed his efforts, then men would have given him all the glory of the victory, whoever might have deserved it; and, moreover, as the emperor was under the ban of Rome, he could, without him, better recommend his cause to God." This emperor Louis was never acknowledged by the papal see, which favoured the claims of the rival emperors, Frederic of Austria and Charles of Luxembourg. See Baluzius, Vita Paparum, vol. i., p. 201. A long deprecatory letter from Pope Benedict XI. to Edward, against his recognition of Louis as emperor, is in Cottonian MSS., Titus, A. ix., f. 32, and Vitellius, A. xx., fol. 52. After some months spent in this uncomfortable position, the Austrian duke renewed his solicitations for the little princess to be allowed to proceed to his court2; and in the autumn of 1339, King Edward sent a commission to Lord John de Montgomery, to remove his daughter thither; at the same time he sent him rich presents to offer, in the name of the princess, to each city they passed through, in the dominions over which Joanna was designed to be future duchess3. The preceding spring had deprived her young fiance, Frederic, of his father, Duke Otho; and, therefore, the princess remained under the protection of the regnant Duke Albert, Frederic's uncle and guardian. Scarcely had she been placed in this new position, when Edward, ascertaining that the inclinations of Duke Albert were strongly swayed towards France, resolved that the contract between the Austrian prince and his daughter should be dissolved...

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Buchbeschreibung RareBooksClub. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 170 pages. Dimensions: 9.6in. x 7.3in. x 0.6in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1851 Excerpt: . . . details. He tells us that, on King Edwards finding himself disappointed of the promised imperial succours, he declared that God the Almighty Father had done this entirely for his good; for if the emperor had taken part in this affair, and God had blessed his efforts, then men would have given him all the glory of the victory, whoever might have deserved it; and, moreover, as the emperor was under the ban of Rome, he could, without him, better recommend his cause to God. This emperor Louis was never acknowledged by the papal see, which favoured the claims of the rival emperors, Frederic of Austria and Charles of Luxembourg. See Baluzius, Vita Paparum, vol. i. , p. 201. A long deprecatory letter from Pope Benedict XI. to Edward, against his recognition of Louis as emperor, is in Cottonian MSS. , Titus, A. ix. , f. 32, and Vitellius, A. xx. , fol. 52. After some months spent in this uncomfortable position, the Austrian duke renewed his solicitations for the little princess to be allowed to proceed to his court2; and in the autumn of 1339, King Edward sent a commission to Lord John de Montgomery, to remove his daughter thither; at the same time he sent him rich presents to offer, in the name of the princess, to each city they passed through, in the dominions over which Joanna was designed to be future duchess3. The preceding spring had deprived her young fiance, Frederic, of his father, Duke Otho; and, therefore, the princess remained under the protection of the regnant Duke Albert, Frederics uncle and guardian. Scarcely had she been placed in this new position, when Edward, ascertaining that the inclinations of Duke Albert were strongly swayed towards France, resolved that the contract between the Austrian prince and his daughter should be dissolved. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9781236158307

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