Document ReferencePw2 Hy 921
TitleLetter from J. Delestrilles Laclide, to [Robert Harley] 1st Earl of Oxford; 11 Sep. 1711
Date11 September 1711
Extent1 f
Content DescriptionSays that some time ago he sent Harley some 'secret articles' which would 'show a way to reduce France'; requests an audience so he might explain the articles; says that in 1705 he 'delivered a project' to Harley 'against France' and was rewarded by being sent to Spain after the Earl of Peterborough; discusses his reservations regarding Marquis Guiscard, who was sent by King Charles to the Queen.
Termintelligence, reports
foreign policy, towards France
military campaigns, Iberian Peninsular 1705

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA18610Mordaunt; Charles (c.1658-1735); 3rd Earl of Peterborough; succ. as Viscount Mordaunt 1675; cr. 1st Earl of Monmouth 1689; succ. his uncle as Earl of Peterborough 1697c.1658-1735
NA18634Charles VI (1685-1740); Holy Roman Emperor1685-1740
NA29717Guiscard; Antoine de (1658-1711); Abbé de la Bourlie; stabbed Robert Harley; died Newgate1658-1711
NA29718Laclide; J. Delestrilles- (fl 1711); Captain; French; conspired against France with Englandfl 1711
NA893Harley; Robert (1661-1724); 1st Earl of Oxford and Mortimer; M.P.; speaker 1701-1705; P.M. 1711-17141661-1724
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