This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1828 Excerpt: ...Count of Egmont and the Prince of Orange, who were called to that dignity unb bem rinjen eon Dranie n get&etft, roeld)e burd) gletd and to the Prince of Orange divided, who through equal through equal noble descent, authorized to it by equal merits, and welcome to it eole bfunft oaju berufen, bura) gleid)t 23erbienie baju noble descent thereto called, through equal merits thereto through the equal love of the people. beredWgt, unB bnrd) gletd)e £tebe beS SBott« ju biefem justilied, and through equal love of the people to to this Sofien wtttfomme n waren. 33«be atte tin gtanjenber 3tang post welcome were. Both had a shining rank Both were placed by an elevated rank next jiwiid)fi an be n 3#ron gefietK, uno wenn oa« Inge be« to next on the throne placed, and when the eye of the to the throne; and if the monarch's eye should first seek amongst the most 9Jlonard)e n juerft unter be n 2Burbigien fucote, fo mufte ti monarch first under to the most-worthy sought, so must it worthy, it must necessarily fall upon one of these two. not&wenbig anf @ine n eon btefe n bribe n fatten. necessarily on one of to these both fall. SBil&elm ber @rfte,?Prtnj eon Dranten, flammte au« William the First, Prince of Orange, originated out William the First, Prince of Orange, descended from the German princes bem beutfcoe n gurften&aufe ftaffau, weld)eS febon ad)t3a&r= to the German princes-house Nassau, which already eight yearof the house of Nassau, which had already flourished for eight centuries, had &unbert geblu&t, nut bem oiretcotfd)en eine Btxtlana, urn hundred bloomed, with to the Austrian a time-long about rivalled with the Austrian family for some time about pre-eminence, and had ben SBorjug gerungen, unb bem bentfd...