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English Historical Review
1915 SHORT NOTICES 375 appointed successor, Thomas Merry. The difficulty was finally settled by Breton's death ; and the letter, in which Merry finds fault with his predecessor, recently dead, is a specimen of ill nature and bad taste hard to parallel. The mind of the company was still expressed in the following words written in February 1650; but we can well understand how the logic of events drove them to a more forward policy. The Dutches undertaking, both in Gombroone and the Manieilles weedoi:10.1093/ehr/xxx.cxviii.375-a fatcat:o5pv2grxnbdnxariv7axoqxn5a