A Short View of the Principal Transactions in Europe, since the Peace of Utrecht.
London : Printed for J. Wilford in Stationer’s-Court, and sold at the Pamphlet-shops of London and Westminster. 1729 (Price 6d). 8vo, 36 pp, disbound.
The Treaty of Utrecht was a unilateral treaty ending, without consulting her allies, Britain’s involvement in the War of Spanish Succession, popularly known as “Marlborough’s War”. It marks, however, Britain’s ascendancy to a leading European power.
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