George Carew (1555-1629)

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Diplomate. - Officier. - Baron Carew of Clopton, earl of Tornes


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  • Contenu dans : An historical View of the negotiations between the courts of England, France and Brussels, from the year 1592 to 1617

    A Relation of the state of France, with the characters of Henry IV and the principal persons of that court.... - [1]

    Material description : XXIV-529 p.
    Edition : 1749 London A. Millar

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  • Letters from George lord Carew to sir Thomas Roe, ambassador to the court of the Great Mogul. 1615-1617. Edited by John Maclean,...

    Material description : In-4° , XVI-160 p.
    Note : Note : The Camden Society. T. 76
    Edition : 1860 (London,) the Camden Society

  • Contenu dans : Elementa ad fontium editiones...

    Relation of the State of Poland... 1598. - [1]

    Material description : In-8° (24 cm), XVI-176 p., errata, fac-similé h. t. [Acq. 6213-65]
    Note : Note : L'éditeur considère George Carew comme l'auteur probable
    Edition : 1965 Romae Institutum historicum Polonicum Romae

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  • Documents by this author : Letters / from George lord Carew to sir Thomas Roe, ambassador to the court of the Great Mogul. 1615-1617 ; edited by John Maclean, 1860
  • Ouvrages de reference : DNB
  • Catalogues de la BnF : BN Cat. gén.

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  • George Carew, connu comme Sir George Carew entre 1586 et 1605 et comme Lord Carew entre 1605 et 1626, a servi sous la reine Élisabeth I durant la Reconquête de l'Irlande par les Tudors et a été nommé président de Munster.

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