A perfect relation of four letters of great consequence, read in the House of Commons, Octob. 11. and 12. 1. The King of Spaine his letter to his ambassadour, concerning the affairs in England. 2. Of the taking of five ships by the marchant adventurers, that were coming out of Spain to aid the rebels in Ireland, with great store of money, arms and ammunition. 3. Captain Thompsons relation to the House, of his taking Sir Edward Berkeley, and divers others in the county of Somerset, and his bringing of them up to London. 4. Secretary Nicholas his letter, concerning the Earl of Essex

Filips IV Koning van Spanje, Nicholas Sir, George Thompson London : October 14. Printed for Robert Wood, 1642

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