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Description: London: Yale University Press, 2001 series Nota Bene . Trade Paperback in full colour portrait card cover. Size: small octavo (195x128mm). xiv,190 pages with illustrations in the text. With sources as footnotes and index. Between spring of 1583 and summer 1585 relations with Spain were at a low ebb. It was essential to know, if there was to be a war, which side France would enter on. Using an agent embeded in the French ambasadours staff British spye-masters attempted to discover answers to this question. We also list Bossy's earlier book on this theme, his Giordano Bruno and the Embassy Affair, published by Yale in 1991.New Book not previously read List price 7.99. ISBN:0-300-09450-7.

Keywords: Giodano Bruno, William Burghley, Lord Cecil, Archibald Douglas, Elizabeth I, Catholic League, Henri III, France, Spain, 0-300-09450-7

Price: GBP 5.00 = appr. US$ 7.14 Seller: David Spenceley Books
- Book number: 3535

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