Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Spain -- 16th century. : A Warning for England : conteyning the horrible practises of the Kyng of Spayn in the kyngdom of Naples and the miseries wherunto that noble realme is brought : wherby all Englische men may vnderstand the plage that shall light apon them yf the Kynge of Spayn obteyne the dominion in England.
Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Spain -- 17th century. : El hecho de los tratados del matrimonio pretendido por el Principe de Gales con la serenissima infante de Espana, Maria, tomado desde sus principios para maior demonstracion de la verdad y ajustado con los papeles originales desde consta por / F. Francisco de Jesus. Narrative of the Spanish Marriage Treaty /edited and translated by Samuel Rawson Gardiner.
Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Spain -- 18th century. : Articles of the treaty signed at Seville in Spain, between their Catholick and Britannick Majesties. : With remarks on the said treaty. In a letter from a member of Parliament in London to another at Heddon in Yorkshire. To which is prefixed, an advertisement inscribed to the English merchants.
Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Spain -- 1625-1649. : Articles of peace, entercourse, and commerce : concluded in the names of the most high and mighty kings, Charles by the grace of God King of Great Britaine, France and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. and Philip the Fourth King of Spaine, &c. : in a treaty at Madrit, the fift day of Nouember after the old stile, in the yeere of Our Lord God M.DC.XXX. / translated out of Latine into English.
Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Spain -- 1760-1789. : The constitutional querist : containing The sentiments of an Impartial Englishman on The Present Rupture with Spain, its political state, internal weakness, and Best method of attacking her. Interspersed with reflections on the Importance of Minorca, Gibraltar, Corsica, Guadaloup, Canada, Louisiana, Martinico, &c. &c. &c.