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Author: Ortiz, Antonio, fl. 1600.
Title: A relation of the solemnetie wherewith the Catholike princes K. Phillip the III. and Quene Margaret were receyued in the Inglish Colledge of Valladolid the 22. of August. 1600. VVritten in Spanish by Don Ant. Ortiz and translated by Frauncis Riuers and dedicated to the right honorable the Lord Chamberlayne.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A relation of the solemnetie wherewith the Catholike princes K. Phillip the III. and Quene Margaret were receyued in the Inglish Colledge of Valladolid the 22. of August. 1600. VVritten in Spanish by Don Ant. Ortiz and translated by Frauncis Riuers and dedicated to the right honorable the Lord Chamberlayne.
Ortiz, Antonio, fl. 1600., Rivers, Francis,

Printed at N. [i.e. Antwerp]: VVith licence [by A. Conincx], Anno 1601.
Alternate titles: Relación de la venida de los reyes católicos al Colegio Inglés de Valladolid. English Relación de la venida de los reyes católicos al Colegio Inglés de Valladolid.
Notes:
A translation, by Francis Rivers, of: Ortiz, Antonio. Relación de la venida de los reyes católicos al Colegio Inglés de Valladolid.
Place of publication and printer's name from STC.
Reproduction of the original in the Yale University. Library.
Subject terms:
Philip, -- III, -- King of Spain, -- 1578-1621 -- Early works to 1800.
Margarita, -- de Austria, Queen, consort of Philip III, King of Spain, -- 1584-1611 -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A08539.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE RIGHT HONORABLE THE LORD OF HVNSDEN. L. CHAMBERLAYN, AND OF HER Mt. PRIVYE COVNCEL.
A RELATION OF THE SOLEMNITIE VVHEREVVITH THE PO∣TENT AND CATHOLIKE PRINCES KINGE PHILIPPE the third and Queene Margaret weare receiued in the English Colledge of Valladolid the 22 of August. 1600.
A RELATION OF THE COMMING OF THE CATHOLIKE PRINCES KING PHILIPPE THE THIRD AND QVEENE Margaret to the English Colledge of Valla∣dolid, and of there receiuing theire the 22. of August. 1600.
THE FIRST ORATION MADE TO THE KINGE, IN HIS PALLACE AT VALLADOLID, BY ONE OF THE STVDENTES OF THE EN∣glish Seminarie, of fourteen yeares of age, in which he giueth him thankes for the fauours done to the Col∣ledge in S. Omers.
The same in English.
The preparation made to receiue theire Magisties in the English Colledge.
Some of the verses made in the En∣glish Colledge of Valladolid to congratulate theire Mage∣sties comming.
Hierogliphicks vpon the kings armes.
An other vpon the same armes.
An other vpon the whole armes of Spaine which these verses.
The self same armes were in an other place in their colours, with this ex∣plication.
Vpon the armes of the Kingdome of Castile.
An other vpon the same armes.
An other of the same.
poem
poem
poem
poem
There was painted a rock, and vpon it pomegranats, which being pressed gaue out there iuice, with this po∣sie. Dabo tibi mustum malorum granatorum meorum.
There was painted two dragons flieng from a lion, which pursued them with these verses vnder written.
poem
To the Catholike Princes protectors of the English Seminaries.
A Hierogliphicke of the Inglish Semi∣naries in Spaine.
An other of the citie of Valladolid.
An other of the same.
And other of the Inglish Seminaries.
There was painted a nightingal singing in a tree and a serpent deceitfully creeping op to catch her.
poem
poem
In praise of the soueraigne and potent Prin∣cesse Queene Margaret of Spaine.
poem
poem
An Epigram to the Queens name.
The coming of the Catholike Prin∣ces King Philippe the third, and Quene Margaret to the Inglish Colledge of Valladolid.
The first Oration made to the Catholike King Philippe the third in the Inglish Col∣ledge of Valladolid.
The same in English.
The Preface to the ten tonges.
The Inglish of the Spanish tongue.
The Hebrew.
The Interpreter.
The Greke tongue.
The Interpreter.
The Latine tongue.
The same in Inglish.
The Cornish tongue.
The Interpreter.
The English.
The Interpreter.
The welsche tongue.
The Interpreter.
The Flemmish.
The Interpreter.
The French tongue.
The French had for this theame this verse following.
The Italian tongue.
The conclusion and thankes to ther Maiesties.
An aduertisement to the Catholikes of Eng∣land, of the present state of their children brought vp in this Colledge of Vallado∣lid and of the comfort they may worthely expect of them heer-after.
The reasons and motiues which the Earle of Ponion Rostro, Don Francisco Arias de Bouadilla, of the Kinges Councel, general gaue to the counsail of the inquisition, to the counsail Real of Castilla, to the coun∣sailes of Italy, the Indies, and the crowne of Aragon, and to the Iunta de Cortes de Ca∣stilla, which in Spaine is as the lower hou∣se of the parlament in Ingland, in behalfe of the English Seminary of Valladolid, in April 1600.
Motiues of piety.
Motiues of honor and Christian nobility.
Motiues of temporal commodity.