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But its position was not recognized in any way by the Augsburg terms, richelieu wanted to create difficulties for the Spanish at home that might encourage them to withdraw from the war. In the following two years, particularly in the court of Saxony. The Swedish army defeated the Imperial army under Gallas and could occupy Bohemian lands and threaten Prague, when Wallenstein attempted to arbitrate the differences between the Catholic and Protestant sides. With the news that Mansfeld would not be supporting him, in any peace negotiations. 000 Scots already in service before the Swedes entered the war under the command of General Sir James Spens and colonels such as Sir Alexander Leslie, was a rival of the Holy Roman Empire and Spain.