There is nothing less surprising nor more sickening for those who observe public life, and wish to retain faith in the human species, than the almost infinite power of the meanest of passions. The Advocate was obliged at the very outset of Langerac's mission to France to give him a warning on this subject.

There is nothing less surprising nor more sickening for those who observe public life, and wish to retain faith in the human species, than the almost infinite power of the meanest of passions. The Advocate was obliged at the very outset of Langerac's mission to France to give him a warning on this subject.

Fruitless Interview between Barneveld and Maurice The Advocate, warned of his Danger, resolves to remain at the Hague Arrest of Barneveld, of Qrotius, and of Hoogerbeets The States-General assume the Responsibility in a "Billet" The States of Holland protest The Advocate's Letter to his Family Audience of Boississe Mischief-making of Aerssens The French Ambassadors intercede for Barneveld The King of England opposes their Efforts Langerac's Treachery to the Advocate Maurice continues his Changes in the Magistracy throughout the Country Vote of Thanks by the States of Holland.

Aerssens had it all his own way, and the States-General had just paid him 12,000 francs in cash on the ground that Langerac's salary was larger than his had been when at the head of the same embassy many years before.

Fruitless Interview between Barneveld and Maurice The Advocate, warned of his Danger, resolves to remain at the Hague Arrest of Barneveld, of Qrotius, and of Hoogerbeets The States-General assume the Responsibility in a "Billet" The States of Holland protest The Advocate's Letter to his Family Audience of Boississe Mischief-making of Aerssens The French Ambassadors intercede for Barneveld The King of England opposes their Efforts Langerac's Treachery to the Advocate Maurice continues his Changes in the Magistracy throughout the Country Vote of Thanks by the States of Holland.

Fruitless Interview between Barneveld and Maurice The Advocate, warned of his Danger, resolves to remain at the Hague Arrest of Barneveld, of Qrotius, and of Hoogerbeets The States-General assume the Responsibility in a "Billet" The States of Holland protest The Advocate's Letter to his Family Audience of Boississe Mischief-making of Aerssens The French Ambassadors intercede for Barneveld The King of England opposes their Efforts Langerac's Treachery to the Advocate Maurice continues his Changes in the Magistracy throughout the Country Vote of Thanks by the States of Holland.

Aerssens had it all his own way, and the States-General had just paid him 12,000 francs in cash on the ground that Langerac's salary was larger than his had been when at the head of the same embassy many years before.

Aerssens had it all his own way, and the States-General had just paid him 12,000 francs in cash on the ground that Langerac's salary was larger than his had been when at the head of the same embassy many years before.

There is nothing less surprising nor more sickening for those who observe public life, and wish to retain faith in the human species, than the almost infinite power of the meanest of passions. The Advocate was obliged at the very outset of Langerac's mission to France to give him a warning on this subject.

Fruitless Interview between Barneveld and Maurice The Advocate, warned of his Danger, resolves to remain at the Hague Arrest of Barneveld, of Qrotius, and of Hoogerbeets The States-General assume the Responsibility in a "Billet" The States of Holland protest The Advocate's Letter to his Family Audience of Boississe Mischief-making of Aerssens The French Ambassadors intercede for Barneveld The King of England opposes their Efforts Langerac's Treachery to the Advocate Maurice continues his Changes in the Magistracy throughout the Country Vote of Thanks by the States of Holland.