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This is a pamphlet titled "Newes from Spayne" from 1620 that was distributed to the people in England. There are thirty-one pages within the pamphlet. The text on the fourth-page states, "Which may serve to forwarn both England and the United Provinces how farre to trust to Spanish pretences." The edges of the pages are worn, and they are discolored. The text is translated from a Spanish original. The pamphlet details the meeting of the principal States of Spain and the presidents of certain councils.
Seigneur Gondomar, Leiger Ambassador, States of Spain, Popes Nuncio, Duke of Lerma, Aragon, Duke of Villa Hermosa, holy inquisition
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"Vox Populi : Or, Nevves from Spayne, Translated According to the Spanish Coppie, Which May Serve to Forewarn Both England and the United Provinces How Farre to Trust to Spanish Pretences" (1620). English Historical Library of Wallace Notestein. 9.
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