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Christina, Queen of Sweden, purchased the choice of all the medals, and jewels, and some pictures of a great price, and received Cromwell’s ambassador with great joy and pomp, and made an alliance with them. Archduke Leopold, who was governor of Flanders, disbursed a great sum of money for many of the best pictures, which adorned the several palaces of Family, Inheritance, and Clarendon’s History of the Rebellion 37 the king; which were all brought him to Brussels, and from thence carried by him into Germany.
One copy of Sanderson’s The Life and Reign of Charles I contains extensive marginal annotations, all of which refer exclusively to the events in Scotland and to the Earl of Montrose. Many, moreover, are cross-referenced to another, unidentified text in which Montrose appears to figure prominently. In this case the annotator is unknown, making it impossible to fully understand the particular interest in Montrose. 25 Writers of the period, moreover, frequently depicted families as the vehicles for the transmission of divisive loyalties, fostering chaos precisely because of their ability to preserve and reproduce competing histories.
Sprat wanted to see the newly created Royal Society as a repository of information gathered from around the world – information that would be useful to all of humankind because it would be examined and tested. Swift satirized the Royal Society and its communal quest for knowledge as a group of crazed scientists fixated on projects that could never suc- 20 Maximillian E. Novak ceed. ’ As Gierl suggests, in attacking the communal gathering of knowledge and putting forward a theory of individual learning and talent, Swift, for the purpose of his satire, was ignoring the degree to which, in composing Gulliver’s Travels, he depended on his readings in Rabelais and Cervantes.