The merchant's complaint against Spain: containing I, Their behavior towards England, in the peaceable reign of King James I,----exactly taken from a dedication address'd to the Parliament, and printed in the year 1624. II. A letter from a gentleman in the West-Indies, to a merchant in London, concerning trade, the pretensions of Spain to Georgia, the depredations and cruelties committed by their guarda costa's on the English merchants and sailors. III. A dialogue between Henry VIII, Edward VI, Prince Henry, Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth, and Queen Anne; wherein the inbred hatred of Spain to England is plainly proved to be hereditary, and that the only method to treat with Spain, is by point of sword (being the advice of Lord Chancellor Bacon on his death-bed to Queen Elizabeth). To which is added, a letter from Queen Mary in Elysium, to the famous Count Gondomar, the Spanish ambassador, in the reign of King James I, who was the principal cause of the death of the great Sir Walter Raleigh /
Printed for, and sold by W. Lloyd, 1738.
Microtext - Walker Library - 2nd Floor