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" Guisnes, guarded by them (and justly) with jealousy, especially Calais, for this is the key and principal entrance to their dominions, without which the English would have no outlet from their own, nor access to other countries, at least none so easy,... "
The Chronicle of Calais: In the Reigns of Henry VII. and Henry VIII. to the ... - Página xxiii
de Richard Turpyn - 1846 - 243 páginas
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Mémoires de la Société des antiquaires de Picardie, Volume 4

1878
...continent, but also from the commerce and intercourse of the world. "They would consequently lose what is necessary for the existence of a country, and become...Dover, distant only about thirty miles, they can at any tune, without hindrance, even in spite of contrary winds, at their pleasure, enter or leave the harbour...
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The Popular History of England, Volume 2

Charles Knight - 1881
...Venetian ambassador, only one year before it finally passed from the English power: " Another frontier, besides that of Scotland, and of no less importance...pleasure of other sovereigns, in availing themselves ol their ports, besides having to encounter a more distant, more hazardous, and more expensive passage...
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The World's Great Events ...: An Indexed History of the World from ..., Volume 3

Esther Singleton - 1908
...of&S ambassador, only one year before it finally passed from the English power: "Another frontier, besides that of Scotland, and of no less importance...by way of Calais, which is directly opposite to the harbor of Dover, distant only about thirty miles, they can, at any time, without hindrance, even in...
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Calais Under English Rule

George Amelius Crawshay Sandeman - 1908 - 140 páginas
...the Year 1500," p. 50 and note. Camden Society). 2 " Chronicle of Calais," p. 140. Camden Series. I/ of the kingdom, though it be separated, is that which...Sovereigns in availing themselves of their ports, beside having to encounter a more distant, more hazardous, and more expensive passage ; whereas by...
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The World's Great Events: An Indexed History of the World from ..., Volume 4

Esther Singleton - 1916
...of the sea, by means of two fortresses, Calais and Guisnes, guarded by them (and justly) with E^VO jealousy, especially Calais, for this is the key and...by way of Calais, which is directly opposite to the harbor of Dover, distant only about thirty miles, they can, at any time, without hindrance, even in...
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The World's Great Events: An Indexed History of the World from ..., Volume 4

Esther Singleton - 1916
...them (and justly) with tages"o jealousy, especially Calais, for this is the key England. ' • .... and principal entrance to their dominions, without...by way of Calais, which is directly opposite to the harbor of Dover, distant only about thirty miles, they can, at any time, without hindrance, even in...
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