This policy he consistently followed, and was largely instrumental in bringing about the marriage of Charles XI.
The conferences were interrupted by the death of Charles XI.
But vast as it was, the reduktion represents only a tithe of Charles XI.
The college of mining, before which the invention was successfully demonstrated, accepted it, and Charles XI.
Charles XI, king of Sweden, died; successful as a warrior and accounted a just prince.
Returning to the court in 1571, he grew rapidly in favour with Charles XI.