|Author:||Jáuregui y Aguilar, Juan de, 1583-1641.|
|Title:||A true discourse of the assault committed vpon the person of the most noble prince, William Prince of Orange, Countie of Nassau, Marquesse de la Vere &c. by Iohn Iauregui Spaniarde. With the true copies of the writings, examinations, depositions, and letters of sundrie offenders in that vile and diuelish atempte. Faithfullye translated out of the Frenche copie printed at Antwerp by Christopher Plantin. Anno 1582.|
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A true discourse of the assault committed vpon the person of the most noble prince, William Prince of Orange, Countie of Nassau, Marquesse de la Vere &c. by Iohn Iauregui Spaniarde. With the true copies of the writings, examinations, depositions, and letters of sundrie offenders in that vile and diuelish atempte. Faithfullye translated out of the Frenche copie printed at Antwerp by Christopher Plantin. Anno 1582.
Jáuregui y Aguilar, Juan de, 1583-1641.
Imprinted at London: [by H. Bynneman] for Thomas Charde and William Broome, 
|Alternate titles:||True discourse of the assault committed upon the person of the most noble prince, William Prince of Orange, Countie of Nassau, Marquesse de la Vere &c. by John Jauregui Spaniarde.|
Iohn Iauregui Spaniarde = Juan de Jáuregui y Aguilar.
Printer's name from STC; publication date from colophon.
Signatures: [par.]2 A-L4 M1.
Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.
William, -- I, -- Prince of Orange, -- 1533-1584 -- Early works to 1800.
¶To the Reader, Grace and Peace from God. &c.
A briefe discourse of the as∣sault committed vpon the person of the most noble Prince, WILLIAM Prince of Orange, Countie of Nas∣sau, Marques de la Vere &c. By Iohn Iauregui a Spaniard.
The copies of the Writings founde about the Murtherer.
IESV CHRISTO NVESTRO Sen̄or, y la Virgē sancta a Maria nuestra Sen̄ora sean en mi ayuda en esta resoluciō hecha para su sanctis∣simo seruicio.
IESVS CHRIST OVR LORDE, and the holie Virgin S. Marie our Ladie, assist mee in this my determination, which I haue vndertaken for his most holie seruice.
The Copy of that which was written in the sixth & seuenth pages of Iohn Iaureguyes writing Tables.
In the tenth Page.
In the fourteenth Page.
La Deposition de Antonio Venero: la quelle de son pro∣pre mouuement il a faicte, & vo∣luntairement escript & sous∣signée de sa propre main.
The deposition of Anthonie Venero, which of his owne motion he made and willinglie writ and subscri∣bed with his owne hande.
An other Examination ta∣ken the 24 of the same Mo∣neth of March 1582.
The Examination of An∣tony Timmerman, taken in the presence of the Lords, the Markgraue, Godfrey Montens, M. Iames Zuerius, and Lewis Bloemart, Shirifes of the towne of Antwerpe the 18. 19. and 23. day of March. 1582.
Here ensue the Copies of the Letters, vvritten by the saide Annastro, and the Prince of Parma, &c.
letter original 1
Annastros Letters written from Dunkirke.
letter original 2
letter translation 2
Other Letters of the said Annastro. Sennor hermano
Other Letters of the said Annastro.
His excellencies letters vvrit∣ten with his owne hande.
The Prince of Parma his Letters. Alexander Prince of Par∣ma and Plaisance, Lieuetenaunt, Gouernour, and Captayne Generall.
Annastro his Letters written from Tournay. Muy mag. Sennor.