A speech, or complaint, lately made by the Spanish embassadour to his Majestie at Oxford, upon occasion of the taking of a ship called Sancta Clara in the port of Sancto Domingo, richly laden with plate, cocheneal and other commodities of great value, by one Captaine Bennet Strafford, and by him brought to Southampton. Being a matter of high concernment betwixt the two Kings of Spaine and England. Also a proclamation prohibiting the buying or disposing of any the lading of the ship called the Sancta Clara, lately brought into Southampton.

Alonso De Cardenas, Charles I, Giovanni Torriano London : Printed for Nathaniel Butter, Jan. 17. 1643

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