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A relation of the entrance of the Swedish armie into the territories of the King of Denmark

A relation of the entrance of the Swedish armie into the territories of the King of Denmark

and the taking of some notable towns therein : the said Swedes having denounciated open war against the King of Denmarke, for his unjust taxations and dealings with them

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Published by Printed by Rich. Cotes, and Jo. Raworth in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dano-Swedish War, 1643-1645.,
  • Dano-Swedish Wars, 1657-1660.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementextracted out of a letter from a Merchant-adventurer in the city of Hamburgh ; wherein we may take notice of Gods providence in frustrating the King of Denmarks design to assist our King against Parliament.
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 241:E.79, no. 31.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[2], 6 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16771794M

    Svend´s son King Knud I killed English king Edmund “Ironsides” and became England’s king in After the death of the last known male descendant, Magnus II King of Norway conquered most of Denmark. Svend Estridsen, nephew of King Knud reasserted control of Denmark by , and his descendants ruled until of Denmark's total commodity exports by value (of which machinery and instruments covered 35%); agricultural and fishing exports accounted for 10% (of which pork and pork products covered 48% — Denmark is the world's largest exporter of pork). Raw materials and semi-manufactures accounted for 43% of imports, consumer goods 29%, capital equipment 14%, transport equipment 7%, fuels 5%, and.

    Denmark (Danish: Danmark), officially named the Kingdom of Denmark, is a Nordic country in Northern is the furthest south of the Scandinavian countries, to the south of Norway and south-west of Sweden (which it is connected to by a bridge). It has a south border with borders both the North Sea to the west and the Baltic Sea to the east. Letters written in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark Mary Wollstonecraft Edited by Tone Brekke and Jon Mee Oxford World's Classics. Pioneering feminist Mary Wollstonecraft's Letters written during a short residence in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark was her most popular book during her lifetime. Part travel book, part personal, social, and political memoir, her response to nature and society contains.

    Lex regia [electronic resource]: or the royal law of Denmark. Writ in the Danish language by order of Frederick III. King of Denmark, Norway, of the Goths and Vandals, &c. Subscribed by his Majesty on the 4th day of November Translated into English by a lover of the British constitution. - King Christian X on his daily ride through Copenhagen in during the German occupation of Denmark. When a German asked how the king could do this without a bodyguard, he was told, ‘Denmark is his bodyguard.’.


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Get this from a library. A relation of the entrance of the Swedish armie into the territories of the King of Denmark: and the taking of some notable towns therein: the said Swedes having denounciated open war against the King of Denmarke, for his unjust taxations and dealings with them.

[Merchant-adventurer in the city of Hamburgh.]. John, Danish Hans, (born June 5,Denmark—died Feb. 20,Ålborg, Den.), king of Denmark (–) and Norway (–) and king (as John II) of Sweden (–) who failed in his efforts to incorporate Sweden into a Danish-dominated Scandinavian union.

He was more successful in fostering the commercial development of Danish burghers to challenge the power of the nobility. History of the Swedish Baptists in Sweden and America being an account of the origin, progress and results of that missionary work during the last half of the nineteenth century / by: Schroeder, Gustavus W.

Published: (). well. I slogged through this, then skimmed a bunch. The beginning of the book made me think it was going to a fun quick read, but the chapters on politics and the killing were so slow going for me I ended up skimming.

This book was more a highlight of current topics in Denmark than a "how to be danish". Not bad, but not what I expected/5. Books set in Denmark: [Hamlet, Number the Stars, Beowulf, The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well, The Alexandria Link, Smilla's.

Denmark–Norway (Danish and Norwegian: Danmark–Norge), also known as the Dano–Norwegian Realm, the Oldenburg Monarchy, or the Oldenburg realms, was an early modern multi-national and multi-lingual real union consisting of the Kingdom of Denmark, the Kingdom of Norway (including the Norwegian overseas possessions: the Faroe Islands, Iceland, Greenland, and the Norwegian.

In Denmark, the Jewish rescue is merely a small chapter in a very long book of the occupation. In America, it is the only thing that people know of. Neatly, Lidegaard (BL) begins with not only zapping the “King Christian with the Yellow Star” myth; he actually found the origin of it.

4 The book is fair and accurate, but it has a slight bias. Letters Written During a Short Residence in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark is a personal travel narrative by the eighteenth-century British feminist writer Mary twenty-five letters cover a wide range of topics, from sociological reflections on Scandinavia and its peoples to philosophical questions regarding identity.

Published by Wollstonecraft's career-long publisher, Joseph. The 16th century brought the Lutheran Reformation to Denmark and a new period in the nation's literature. Major authors of the time include the humanist Christiern Pedersen, who translated the New Testament into Danish, and Poul Helgesen who vigorously opposed the Reformation.

The 16th century also saw Denmark's earliest plays, including the works of Hieronymus Justesen Ranch. Comment: Printed to coincide with the VIII International Ceramic Congress, held May 21stth,in Copenhagen. Very large oblong hardcover with gray boards with white bird and branches design; unpaginated (paper is about 3/8" thick); in dust jacket with photo of waves on cturer: VIII International Ceramic Congress.

Knytlinga Saga: The History of the From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. give Hakon hand happened heard Heinrek held holy honour journey Jutland killed King Eirik King Harald King Knut King Nikulas King of Denmark King Svein King Valdimar king's kingdom Knut's.

{1} - And I plunged the sword into the dragon's heart. {2} - You always say that papa. Mama said that you didn't and that you lied to impress her. {3} - Nonsense.

Of course I did kill it my boy. A true King and warrior like myself, destroyed the dragon and took its heart to make into a stew. {4} - That's gross. Christopher III, also called Christopher of Bavaria, Danish Christoffer af Bayern, Swedish Kristofer av Bayern, Norwegian Christoffer av Bayern, (born Feb.

26, —died Jan. 5,Hälsingborg, Den. [now Helsingborg, Sweden]), king of the Danes (–48), Swedes (–48), and Norwegians (–48) whose reign saw a sharp decline in royal power as a result of commercial domination.

The effect of poison on the old King had a sudden impact on the court as 'Curd, like eager droppings into milk.' 'Eager' is French for a wine-vinegar.

When acid is dropped into milk, the milk curdles. The King's body curdles and halts, as does the feudal order. Alan Gardiner discusses how the old order halted after Hamlets fathers' death. The involvement of Denmark's King Christian IV in the Thirty Years War () proved fatal for Denmark.

Inhis army was defeated near Hannover, greatly reducing its fighting capacity. After the Torstensson War (), Christian lost the Norwegian territories Jämtland and Härjedalen, Danish islands Gotland and Øsel. This chapter will be long, but it will be written into two parts, with the points of views from both Mathias and Lukas.

This chapter does contain some violence and gore. ENJOY!Mathias didn't notice his feet dragging, his body hadn't moved from when he was forced out the room, leaving his screaming wife alone to give birth, no-one else but some wet nurses and wise-men coming in and running.

“The art of travelling is only a branch of the art of thinking,” Mary Wollstonecraft wrote in one of her many reviews of works of travel writing. A Short Residence is her own travel memoir. In a series of letters addressed to an unnamed lover, the work narrates Wollstonecraft’s. The 11th piece in the volume is entitled The King of Denmark's Galliard and is an expansion of a galliard for lute known as the Battle Galliard.

The name change was undoubtedly made to please his employer, the King of Denmark, probably because Dowland had spent a. The Norwegian monarch is the monarchical head of state of Norway, which is a constitutional and hereditary monarchy with a parliamentary Norwegian monarchy can trace its line back to the reign of Harald Fairhair and the previous petty kingdoms which were united to form Norway; it has been in unions with both Sweden and Denmark for long periods.

Buy Christian IV, King of Denmark and Norway: A Picture of the Seventeenth Century by John A Gade (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on. These two territories were initially taken from Denmark at the end of the Danish War; they were later used by Bismarck to help start the Austro-Prussian War in Otto von Bismarck This "Iron Chancellor" of Germany was a practitioner of realpolitik, believed "blood and iron" would lead the way to.DENMARK 30Ø th Anniversary of the Church Reformation in Denmark 5 Ø7Ø 10 15 5 Ø 10 Ø 15 30 25th Anniversary of the Accession to the Throne of King Christian X Copenhagen Philatelic Club Overprint th Anniversary of the Abolition of Serfdom 15Ø Centenary of the First H.C.

Andersen Fairy Tales 5 Ø7 10Ø 15 Ø20 In a Swedish ambassador came to England to negotiate an alliance between the Protector and Charles Gustavus of Sweden. The newsletters describe the quarrel about precedence which took place at his reception between the Spanish and French ambassadors, and the rumour t English soldiers were to be sent to the support of the Swedes.