|Author:||Opitz, Martin, 1597-1639.|
|Title:||An oration to the most illustrious and mightie prince Frederick King of Bohemia. Made by Martin Opitius of Silesia. Translated out of Latin.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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An oration to the most illustrious and mightie prince Frederick King of Bohemia. Made by Martin Opitius of Silesia. Translated out of Latin.
Opitz, Martin, 1597-1639.
[London: S.n.], M.D.C.XX. 
|Alternate titles:||Oratio ad serenissimum ac potentissimum principem Fridericum, Regem Bohemiæ. English Oratio ad serenissimum ac potentissimum principem Fridericum, Regem Bohemiæ.|
A translation of: Oratio ad serenissimum ac potentissimum principem Fridericum, Regem Bohemiæ.
Place of publication from STC.
Reproduction of the original in Harvard University. Library.
Frederick, -- I, -- King of Bohemia, -- 1596-1632.
Bohemia (Czechoslovakia) -- History -- 1618-1848 -- Early works to 1800.
An ORATION to Frederick King of BOHEMIA.