|Content Description||States that he has received the most recent letters telling him that [Harley's] sudden visit to Windsor necessitates postponing his dinner with [Matveyev]; feels it is his duty to point out things both good and bad, 'fausta et contraria'; says he has just had news from Holland about the 'spargamenta' [fighting or disuptes] and that the king of Sweden [Charles XII] and the Tsar [Peter I] are close to concluding peace, but that the emperor [Joseph I] and the Confederation [allied princes?] are trying to prevent this; quotes verbatim a document in French dated Warsaw 24 Jun. describing this; says he wants to discuss all this ['spargamenta' and peace negotiations] with [Harley] on his return; says he has also received letters from the Tsar [Peter I] dated Lüblin 19 Jun., confirming his instructions to obtain a firm decision from the queen [Anne], although they make no mention of the 'spargamentorum nuper Gallorum' [disputes or disparagement?].|
Enclosed at Pw2 Hy 1260.