|Author:||Lewkenor, Lewis, Sir, d. 1626.|
|Title:||The estate of English fugitiues vnder the king of Spaine and his ministers. Containing, besides, a discourse of the sayd Kings manner of gouernment, and the iniustice of many late dishonorable practises by him contriued.|
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The estate of English fugitiues vnder the king of Spaine and his ministers. Containing, besides, a discourse of the sayd Kings manner of gouernment, and the iniustice of many late dishonorable practises by him contriued.
Lewkenor, Lewis, Sir, d. 1626.
London: Printed [by Thomas Scarlet] for Iohn Drawater, and are to be solde at his shop in Canon lane neere Powles, 1595.
|Alternate titles:||Discourse of the usage of the English fugitives, by the Spaniard Discourse of the usage of the English fugitives, by the Spaniard. Estate of English fugitives under the king of Spaine and his ministers.|
Anonymous. By Sir Lewis Lewkenor. Sometimes wrongly attributed to James Wadsworth and to Thomas Scarlett.
An enlarged and authorised edition of: A discourse of the usage of the English fugitives, by the Spaniard.
Printer's name from STC.
Signatures: pi4 A-K4 [par.]L4 2[par.]L4 L-S4.
The last leaf is blank.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Refugees, Religious -- Spain -- Early works to 1800.
Spain -- Politics and government -- 1556-1598 -- Early works to 1800.
To the Reader.
THE COPPIE OF A Letter, written by a Gentleman that had sometimes serued the King of Spaine: To a Catholike Gentleman his Kinseman and Friend.
THE BEGINNING of the Discourse.
But now to the other pointes of your mislike:
THE COPIE OF A Letter sent out of the Low coun∣tries by a Gentleman entertained by the King of Spaine in pension: To a yong Gentleman his Kinsman in ENGLAND.
THE METHOD OF the insuing Discourse.