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Author: Loyseleur, Pierre, ca. 1530-1590.
Title: A treatise against the proclamation published by the King of Spayne, by which he proscribed the late Prince of Orange wherby shall appeare the sclaunders and falce accusations conteyned in the sayd proscription, which is annexed to the ende of this treatise. Presented to My Lords the Estates generall in the Low Countries. Together with the sayd proclamation or proscription. Printed in French and all other languages.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A treatise against the proclamation published by the King of Spayne, by which he proscribed the late Prince of Orange wherby shall appeare the sclaunders and falce accusations conteyned in the sayd proscription, which is annexed to the ende of this treatise. Presented to My Lords the Estates generall in the Low Countries. Together with the sayd proclamation or proscription. Printed in French and all other languages.
Loyseleur, Pierre, ca. 1530-1590., Languet, Hubert, 1518-1581., William, 1533-1584.

At Delft [i.e. London: S.n., 1584]
Alternate titles: Apologia. English Apologie, ou défence de Guillaume, prince d'Orange.
Notes:
A translation of Herbert Languet's revision of Pierre Loyseleur's "Apologie, ou défence de Guillaume, prince d'Orange", written on behalf of William I.
A reissue, with cancel title page, of STC 15207.5, published in Delft in 1581.
Title page printed in London, 1584 (STC).
Signatures: A-R4.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
William, -- I, -- Prince of Orange, -- 1533-1584.
Spain. -- Sovereign (1556-1598 : Philip II)
Netherlands -- History -- Wars of Independence, 1556-1648 -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A05067.0001.001

Contents
title page
¶ A copie of the Letters which my Lord the Prince of Orange, sent vnto the Kigns and Potentates of Christendome. ({inverted ⁂})
A declaration made by my Lord the Prince of Orange, to my Lords the Estates Ge∣neral of the lowe Countries.
The aunswere of my Lordes the Estates generall, made to the former decla∣ration.
AN APOLOGIE OR DEFENCE, OF MY Lord the Prince of Orange, Countie of Nassau, of Catzenellenboghen, Dietz, Vianden, &c. Burch∣graue of Antwerp, and Vicount of Bezanson, Baron of Breda, Diest, Grimberghe, of Arlay, Nozeroy, &c. Lord of Chastel∣bellin, &c. Lieutenaunt generall in the lowe Coun∣tries, and Gouernour of Brabant, Hol∣lande, Zeeland, Vtrecht, and Frise, and Admiral, &c.
¶ The Copie of a Letter written by the King with his own hand, to the Prince of Orange, translated out of Spanish into Frenche.
A PROCLA∣MATION AND AN E∣DICT IN FORME OF A PROSCRIPTION, made by the Maiestie of the King our Lorde, against William of Nas∣sau, Prince of Orange, as the cheefe Captaine and disturber of the state of Christendome, and specially of these low Countreyes, by which euery one is authorised, to hurt him and to kill him, as a pub∣lique plague, with a rewarde to him that shall doe it, and shall bee assisting and ayding therevnto.
¶ The Letters of the Prince of Parma to the Gouernors, and Counsellers of the Prouinces commaunding the publishing of this proclamation.
THE PRINCE OF O∣range, his letters to the ESTATES.