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Ernst Archduke of Austria 1553-1595

Overview
Works: 32 works in 66 publications in 6 languages and 355 library holdings
Genres: History  Sources  Manuscripts 
Roles: Author, Honoree, Dedicatee
Classifications: QK41, 581.946
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Miscellaneous manuscripts by Ernst( Book )

1 edition published in 1593 in Latin and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Signed letter to Pope Clement VIII recommending the selection of Annibale da Capua, archbishop of Naples, as a cardinal. Written from Prague and dated 13 September 1593. On parchment in an italic hand with the archducal seal under paper on the reverse
Copye van zekere tvvee brieuen by zyne Hoocheyt gescreven aenden Raede van Brabant by Ernst( Book )

3 editions published in 1595 in Dutch and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Jo. Dubravii, Olomuzensis Episcopi, Historia Bohemica by Jan Dubravius( )

1 edition published in 1687 in Latin and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Miscellaneous discourses ca. 1530-1631( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Amongst the contents are discourses on the offices of Lord Steward, Lord High Constable and Earl Marshal by Sir Robert Cotton, William Camden and others; [The priviledges and prerogatives of the High Court of Chancery], by Lord Ellesmere, September 1615; [Report of Sir Edward Coke's appearance before the Council], June 26 and 30, 1616; William Coryton's account of his appearance before the Council [1629]; [William] Fleetwood's relation ... of Courts; Sir Nicholas Bacon's letter concerning Francis Kemp's complaint [February 1565]; the "oration" of Sir James Dyer, 1569; a letter to King James upon the Prince Charles's going to Spain, attributed to George Abbot [August 1623] and a consideration on the treaty of marriage between England and Spain, 1623; [John William's] letter to the Judges concerning religious toleration, 1622; letters from Queen Elizabeth to Sir Thomas Pope about a possible marriage to the King Elect of Sweden, 1558, and to the Duke of Würtemberg, 1564; Sir Thomas Smith's protestation at the time of Essex's rebellion [February 1601]; [The magazine of honor, by William Bird]; [The priviledges and practice of Parliaments]; the election of the Duke of Buckingham as Chancellor of the University of Cambridge, and the nomination of the Earl of Berkshire, 1626; an exchange of letters between the Archduke Ernestus and Queen Elizabeth, October 1595; the antiquity ... of Cities ... by Francis Tate ["1598"]; the arraignment of Mervin, Lord Audley, 1631 (including a poem); and several manuscripts on the Dutch United Provinces, undated, 1595-1618
 
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Alternative Names
Archduke Ernest of Austria Austrian nobleman/son of Maximilian II/Holy Roman Emperor/Maria of Spain.

Arhiducele Ernest de Austria

Arnošt Habsburský rakouský arcivévoda

Ernest

Ernest 1553-1595 Archduke of Austria

Ernest 1553-1595 Archiduc

Ernest, Archduke of Austria, 1553-1595

Ernest, Archiduc, 1553-1595

Ernest d'Àustria

Ernest, d'Àustria, 1553-1595

Ernest Habsburg

Ernest Habsburský

Ernestas Habsburgas

Ernesto, Arquiduque da Áustria

Ernesto d'Austria

Ernesto de Austria

Ernestus

Ernestus 1553-1595 Archduke of Austria

Ernestus 1553-1595 Austria, Archidux

Ernestus 1553-1595 Eerts-hertoghe

Ernestus, Archduke of Austria, 1553-1595

Ernestus, archidux Austriae, 1553-1595

Ernestus Austria, Archidux 1553-1595

Ernestus, Eerts-hertoghe, 1553-1595

Ernst av Österrike

Ernst van Oostenrijk 1553-1595

Ernst van Oostnryk

Ernst von Österreich.

Ernst von Österreich Statthalter in Österreich sowie der Niederlande

Habsburg Ernő osztrák főherceg

Ернст

Эрнст Австрийский

Эрнст Габсбург

エルンスト・フォン・エスターライヒ

Languages
Latin (23)

German (5)

English (5)

Dutch (5)

French (4)

Italian (1)