|Author:||Teixeira, José, 1543-1604.|
|Title:||A continuation of the lamentable and admirable adventures of Dom Sebastian king of Portugale. With a declaration of all his time employed since the battell in Africke against the infidels 1578. vntill this present yeare 1603.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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A continuation of the lamentable and admirable adventures of Dom Sebastian king of Portugale. With a declaration of all his time employed since the battell in Africke against the infidels 1578. vntill this present yeare 1603.
Teixeira, José, 1543-1604.
London: Printed [by R. Field] for Iames Shaw, and are to be sold at his shop neare Ludgate, 1603.
Anonymous. By José Teixeira.
Printer's name from STC.
Printer's device (McKerrow 210) on title page.
A suppositious history concerning one of the pretenders to the throne of Portugal after the death of Sebastiäao in 1578.--Folger Library Catalogue.
A translation of the French original.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Sebastiao, -- King of Portugal 1554-1578 -- Early Works to 1800.
The Epistle to the Reader.
A Letter sent from father Fr. IO∣SEPH TEXERE to a Bishop.
A Letter written by the said Fr. Texere to the Bishop before saluted.
The copie of a Letter, written by D. Raimond Marqueti, with this inscription: To Dom Sebastian, cal∣ling himselfe King of Portugal, being at Venice.
The copie of a Letter written by Dom Sebastian King of Portugale while he was prisoner in Venice, sent to Padua to the most reuerend D. Prospero Baracco, Amner to the Cathedrall Church in that towne, the originall remaining in the hands of Sr Georgio Bustarelli.
Another Letter written by the foresaid Fr. Texere a Portugale, to the same Bishop.
A NARRATION OF THINGS DONE BY DOM SEBASTIAN KING OF PORTVGAL, since the battell he lost in the fields of Alquiber in Africke, fighting against Muley Maluco an Infidell, anno 1578. vntill this present time.
The second example.
The copie of a Letter sent from D. Nouuelet to Fr. Ioseph Texere.