|Content Description||Reports on the continuing negotiations with Sweden; says that the [Swedes?] have arranged for Selejire to speak with the Pensionary; believes that the Pensionary will agree to the '300m crowns'; thinks that will be of advantage to the Duke of Savoy; is glad that Mr Saladine had a discourse 'about the peace with our friends in Holland'; suspects that Saladine's true attachment is to the French; requests that Stanhope show his favour to Mr Pultency should he go to The Hague.|
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This document has been identified as being in the hand of Robert Harley, 1st Earl of Oxford.