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This pamphlet is forty-three pages long, the pages are discolored from age, there are stains, and the title page has text cut off on the bottom. It was written by S.R.N.I., and there are two letters included within. The first letter is addressed to Charles, Prince of Wales, the great hope of Great Britain. In this letter, the author writes that he is forwarding his prior letter to the King to the Prince. The second letter is the letter that was previously sent to the king on the last New Year's Day. On the page before the second letter begins, the author forewarns the reader of the typing errors that lie ahead.

Publication Date

1624

City

Utrecht, Netherlands

Keywords

Prince of Wales, Charles I, Great Britain, James I, typing errors

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Notestein, Wallace, 1878-1969; Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649; James I, King of England, 1566-1625; Spelling errors; Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Spain; Spain -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain; Great Britain -- History -- James I, 1603-1625

Votivae Angliae: Or, the Desires and Wishes of England. Contayned in a Patheticall Discourse, Presented to the King on New-Yeares Day Last. Wherein Are Vnfolded and Represented, Manie Strong Reasons ... to Perswade His Majestie ... for the Restoring of the Pallatynat and Electorat, to His Sonne in Lawe Prince Fredericke, to His Onlie Daughter the Ladie Elizabeth, and Theyr Princelie Issue. Against the Treacherovs Vsvrpation, and Formidable Ambition and Power of the Emperor, the King of Spayne, and the Duke of Bavaria ... Written by S. R. N. I

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DA394 1624 .S36

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