An experimentall discoverie of Spanish practises, or, The covnsell of a well-wishing souldier, for the good of his prince and state wherein is manifested from known experience, both the cruelty, and policy of the Spaniard, to effect his own ends : chiefly swelling with multiplicity of glorious titles, as one of the greatest monarchs of the earth, that being admired of all, his greatnessse might amaze all, and so by degrees seeking covertly to tyrannize over all : when as indeed and truth, the greatest part of his pretended greatnesse is but a windy crack of an ambitious minde.
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|Item Description:||"Possibly by Henry Hexham; generally but probably erroneously attributed to Thomas Scott, B.D. ..."--NUC pre-1956 imprints. Also cf. STC (2nd ed.).|
Authorship attributed to Thomas Scott by Sabin.
Place of publication suggested by STC (2nd ed.)
A continuation published with separate title: A second part of Spanish practices. London, 1624.
Reproduction of original from Huntington Library.
Sabin no. 78363.
|Physical Description:||54 p. ; 19 cm.|
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