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53. the English, & Yet by the great depression of the People, & the Court He paid the Clergy, His Government at home was quiet during His whole Reign; to Support the many foreign Wars He was engag'd in, He loaded His Subjects with innumerable taxes. He was for the most part Successful in all His enterprises, & notwithstanding the immence Sums they cost Him is recon'd to have left more treasure than any Prince in Europe in His time. Henry had no Children by His Second Wife, by His first He had a Son nam'd William that was drown'd in the age of Manhood & the Empress Maud; His illegitimate Children were very numerous, but they are not at present within our plan