Los negocios de Luis XIV en Madrid: la acción de sus embajadores en la corte madrileña

@inproceedings{Lpez2007LosND,
  title={Los negocios de Luis XIV en Madrid: la acci{\'o}n de sus embajadores en la corte madrile{\~n}a},
  author={Ana {\'A}lvarez L{\'o}pez},
  year={2007}
}
Louis XIV sent 24 accredited representatives to the court of the Catholic king between 1660 and 1700; among these only seven can be considered ambassadors, though none of them remained in Spain more than six years. Even though it was not the only subject treated, all the representatives shared to a certain degree a singular aim, that the King of Spain should die without an heir; and a hope, that the Spanish crown fell to a Bourbon candidate. Most of the information that his representatives had… 
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