|Title:||A relation of certaine things in Spaine worthy of obseruation: Set forth by Stephen Man, one of the yeomen of his Maiesties chamber.|
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A relation of certaine things in Spaine worthy of obseruation: Set forth by Stephen Man, one of the yeomen of his Maiesties chamber.
[London]: [Im]printed [by T. Snodham] for Iohn Browne, a[nd are] to be sold in S. Dunstanes church-[yard ..] in Fleetstreete, 1619.
Printer's device (McKerrow 227) on title page.
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Imperfect: title page mutilated, with some loss of print; lacks all after page 30 (perfect copy has 161  pages).
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Spain -- Court and courtiers -- Early works to 1800.
To the right Honourable, George, Marquisse, and Earle of Buckingham, vicount VILLIERS, Barron of Whaddon, Lord high Admirall of England, Iustice in Eyre of al his Maies. Forrests, Parkes, and Chases beyond Trent, Mr. of his Maies. horse, Knight of the most noble Order of the Garter, and one of his Maiesties most honourable priuie Counsell.
A RELATION OF CERTAINE Things in SPAINE, wor∣thy of obseruation.
The Orders Militarie and their Knight∣hoodes and Reuenewes.
The Knights of the golden fleece which are in Spaine.
Charges which his Maiesty is at.
Men and women seruants belonging to the Queene.
The Queenes Kitchin.
Cauallaerica of the Queene.
The Queenes priuate Chappell.
The seruice and seruants of the King.
The Kings Guard.
Armory of the King.
The seruice of the Kings dyet.
Offices belonging to the Huntsmen.
Officers of the Cauallerica.
The Chappell Royall.
The Order of the Roiall Chappell.
The manner how the Kings eate in pub∣lique.
The manner of the Kings eating.
How the Kings take Coach.
Ordinary charges of the Kings and Queenes house.