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Author: Stella, Johannes.
Title: A bevvayling of the peace of Germany. Or, A discourse touching the Peace of Prague, no lesse unhappily than unjustly concluded at Prague in Bohemia, the 30. of May, 1635. Wherein the subtilties and practises of the Austrians, the weakenesse of the Saxons, the dangers of the protestants, and the justnesse of the warre, deservedly set on foot by the French and Swedes, are most evidently declared. Written in Latine by Iustus Asterius, otherwise Stella, a Germane, now one of the advocates in the Court of Parliament of Paris, and historiographer to the French King. Faithfully translated out of the Latine copie. Whereunto is prefixed a briefe summarie of the treaty of peace concluded at Prague, as aforesaid, &c. Published by authority.
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A bevvayling of the peace of Germany. Or, A discourse touching the Peace of Prague, no lesse unhappily than unjustly concluded at Prague in Bohemia, the 30. of May, 1635. Wherein the subtilties and practises of the Austrians, the weakenesse of the Saxons, the dangers of the protestants, and the justnesse of the warre, deservedly set on foot by the French and Swedes, are most evidently declared. Written in Latine by Iustus Asterius, otherwise Stella, a Germane, now one of the advocates in the Court of Parliament of Paris, and historiographer to the French King. Faithfully translated out of the Latine copie. Whereunto is prefixed a briefe summarie of the treaty of peace concluded at Prague, as aforesaid, &c. Published by authority.
Stella, Johannes.

London: Printed by I[ohn] L[egat and Eliot's Court Press] for I. H[unscott] and are to be sold in Pauls Church-yard, at the signe of the golden Lyon [by P. Stephens and C. Meredith], 1637.
Alternate titles: Deploratio pacis Germanicæ. English Deploratio pacis Germanicæ. Bewayling of the peace of Germany. Or, A discourse touching the Peace of Prague, no lesse unhappily than unjustly concluded at Prague in Bohemia, the 30. of May, 1635. Discourse touching the Peace of Prague, no lesse unhappily than unjustly concluded at Prague in Bohemia, the 30. of May, 1635.
Notes:
A translation of: Stella, Johannes. Deploratio pacis Germanicæ.
Printers', publisher's, and booksellers' names from STC; "Eliot's Court Press pr[inted]. a-f4".
The first leaf contains addenda and errata.
2A1 is a cancel (printed as f4); recto catchword is "at". Variant: A1 is cancellandum; catchword is "their".
Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Subject terms:
Prague, Peace of, 1635 -- Early works to 1800.
Thirty Years' War, 1618-1648 -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A12952.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE CHIEFE HEADS AND CONCLVSIONS OF THE TREATIE OF Peace held at Prague, are contained in the three Ex∣tracts ensuing.
I. An Abridgement of the Treatie of the Peace.
II. An Extract out of the particular Accord made betwixt the Empe∣rour and the Elector of Saxonie, touching the ioyning together of their Armes.
III. An Extract out of the said Treatie of Peace, for so much as concer∣neth the Palatinate.
Below.
The Translation of the Authors Epistle Dedicatorie to the French King. TO LOVYS XIII. THE MOST CHRISTIAN KING OF FRANCE AND NAVARRE, I. A. D. wisheth Victorie, and eternall felicitie.
A Breviate or short View of the whole WORKE.
The first Nullitie, on the Emperours part. Pag. 1.
The second Nullitie, on the part of the Duke of Saxonie. Pag. 25.
The third Nullitie, on the part of the Protestants. Pag. 43.
The fourth Nullitie, on the part of the Swedes. Pag. 95.
The fifth Nullitie, on the part of the French. Pag. 110.
Vpon the birth or deliverie of the Transaction of Prague.
THE PREFACE.
CHAP. I. The first Nullitie of the Treatie on the Em∣perours part: first, because treating con∣cerning Church-Lands exceedeth the power of the Emperour.
CHAP. II. The second Nullity of the Treaty on the part of the Duke of Saxony: First, because that by this meanes the strength of the Protestants is utterly ruined.
CHAP. III. The third Nullity of the part of the Prote∣stants. First, because they made their Warre against the Emperour being stir∣red up to it by the Saxon.
CHAP. IIII. The fourth Nullitie on the part of the Swedes.
CHAP. V. The fifth Nullitie on the part of the French.