The Spanish labyrinth, or a true relation of that narrative made by the Duke of Buckingham his Grace to both the Houses of Parliament assembled at Whitehall the XXIIII of Febr. 1623 : As also the supplements & additions made therunto either by the Prince his Highness at that time, or my Lord Duke himself sithence that meeting upon the same occasion. Together with all the letters, and dispatches mentioned or referred unto in this narrative, 1653. (Archival material, 1653) [WorldCat.org]
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The Spanish labyrinth, or a true relation of that narrative made by the Duke of Buckingham his Grace to both the Houses of Parliament assembled at Whitehall the XXIIII of Febr. 1623 : As also the supplements & additions made therunto either by the Prince his Highness at that time, or my Lord Duke himself sithence that meeting upon the same occasion. Together with all the letters, and dispatches mentioned or referred unto in this narrative, 1653. Preview this item
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The Spanish labyrinth, or a true relation of that narrative made by the Duke of Buckingham his Grace to both the Houses of Parliament assembled at Whitehall the XXIIII of Febr. 1623 : As also the supplements & additions made therunto either by the Prince his Highness at that time, or my Lord Duke himself sithence that meeting upon the same occasion. Together with all the letters, and dispatches mentioned or referred unto in this narrative, 1653.

Author: John Raymond
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Manuscript   Book : English
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Manuscript on paper, in a single hand, of George Villiers Duke of Buckingham's speeches to Parliament and his correspondence with Prince Charles of England concerning the collapse of their marriage negotiations with the Spanish Infanta Maria. The manuscript includes copies of letters by the King of Spain, the King of England, and John Digby Earl of Bristol surrounding the event.
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Genre/Form: History
Named Person: John Digby Bristol, Earl of; George Villiers Buckingham, Duke of; Charles, King of England; Gaspar de Guzmán Olivares, conde-duque de; John Raymond; John Digby Bristol, Earl of; George Villiers Buckingham, Duke of; Charles, King of England; Gaspar de Guzmán Olivares, conde-duque de
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Archival Material, Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Raymond
OCLC Number: 702174588
Language Note: In English.
Notes: Bookplate: "Honi soit qui mal y pense" inscribed within buckled garter, crowned and enclosing a gryphon over a cradle.
Inscription on fly-leaf: "This book was given to the Rt. Honble. James Ld. Strange;" "James Cropper de Latham" [?James Cropper (1773-1840)]; and "Ex dono Gilberti Ireland Milibis 12 Sep 1666."
Highly decorated title page; calligraphic flourishes throughout.
Binding: full calf; gilt decoration.
Description: 1 volume (120 pages) ; 20 x 16 cm

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Manuscript on paper, in a single hand, of George Villiers Duke of Buckingham's speeches to Parliament and his correspondence with Prince Charles of England concerning the collapse of their marriage negotiations with the Spanish Infanta Maria. The manuscript includes copies of letters by the King of Spain, the King of England, and John Digby Earl of Bristol surrounding the event.

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