Spain -- History -- Philip II, 1556-1598 -- Early works to 1800. : The history of the Romish inquisition and inquisitors. [electronic resource] : 1. Containing by what means and when it was first brought in and established, on whom the first storm fell. 2. Their manner of proceeding in it, relating to the judicial part in imprisoning, examining prisoners, and forcing them to a confession or abjuration of their religion, by several most horrid ways of tortures and exquisit torments. 3. Their manner of imposing and inflicting cruel pennance on very slight suspicions and rigor towards absolved penitents. 4. The methods the inquisitors take in their citations, visitations, and committing men and women to their loathsome dungeons, where many thousands perish with want and intollerable oppression. Published in this holy year of jubilee compared and ballanced with the large indulgences granted by the Church of Rome, and the severe prosecution of Protestants in the Romish Inquisition, 1700. Taken from their own authors, with some reflections on their barbarous and inhumane cruelty in the destruction of Protestants.
Spain -- History -- Philip III, 1598-1621 -- Early works to 1800. : A briefe discourse of the voyage and entrance of the Queene of Spaine into Italy: [electronic resource] : with the triumphes and pomps shewed aswell [sic] in the cittyes of Ostia, Ferrara, Mantua, Cremona, Milane, as in other boroughes and townes of Italy. Also the report of the voyage of the Archduke Albert into Almaigne. / Translated aswell [sic] out of French as Dutch, by H. W..
Spain -- History -- Philip IV, 1621-1655 -- Early works to 1800. : A true narrative of the late success which it hath pleased God to give to some part of the fleet of this Common-vvealth upon the Spanish coast, [electronic resource] : against the King of Spain's West-India fleet in its return to Cadiz : being the substance of several letters writ and sent by the Generals of the fleet upon this occasion. October the 4th, 1656. Ordered by the Parliament, that this narrative be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Scobell, Clerk of the Parliament.
Spain -- History -- Phillip II, 1556-1598 -- Early works to 1800. : Clamor sanguinis martyrum, or The bloody inquisition of Spain. [electronic resource] : Wherein is unfolded the prodigious and unparalell'd cruelties of the bloody-minded Spaniard, against the Protestants. Humbly presented to the serious consideration of all Protestant princes and states. / By a friend to the Protestant interest.
Spain -- History -- Revolution, 1820-1823. : Séance mémorable de la Chambre des Pairs, du 3 février 1823 : présidée par M. le chancelier; convoquée par M. le président pour la rédaction d'un projet d'adresse en réponse au discours du roi.
Spain -- History -- Wars -- 1702-1710. : The history of the last war in Spain [electronic resource] : From 1702 to 1710. Wherein the conduct of the British ministry, the allies, and the generals in that service, are fully defended. With an Account of the Annual Sums granted by Parliament, and the Just Application of them to those Services for which they were Levied. The whole collected from original papers, Councils of War, &c. Interspersed with Genuine Copies of the Letters which passed between the Earl of Peterborow, Prince of Hesse, Sir Cloudsley Shovell, E. of Gallway, Sir Charles Hedges, Prince Lichtenstein, K. Charles III. Sir John Leake, E. of Sunderland, Sir George Bing, and the late Earl of Oxford, then Secretary of State. Also the proceedings at large in the House of Peers, against the Earl of Gallway, with his defence. Written by his Lordship's command. .