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D.W.] MOTLEY’S HISTORY OF THE NETHERLANDS, Project Gutenberg Edition, Volume 25. THE RISE OF THE DUTCH REPUBLIC, 1576 By John Lothop Motley 1855 Tue Apr 04 17:06:48 2017 2 CHAPTER IV. Assumption of affairs by the state council at Brussels--Hesitation at Madrid--Joachim Hopper--Mal-administration--Vigilance of Orange-The provinces drawn more closely together--Inequality of the conflict--Physical conditi...

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