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Pamphlet literature the Anglo-Spanish match: Thomas Scott's "Vox Populi" (1620) [Article]
(Sociedad Hispano-Portuguesa de Estudios Renacentistas Ingleses, 2009)
The beginning of negotiations in 1614 for a dynastic marriage between Prince Charles and the Infanta Maria of Spain caused great concern among English people who still held strong anti-Catholic and anti-Spanish prejudices. ...
Pro-Match literature and royal supremacy: the case of Michael Du Val's The Spanish English Rose (1622) [Article]
(Sociedad Hispano-Portuguesa de Estudios Renacentistas Ingleses, 2012)
In the years 1622-1623, at the climax of the negotiations for the Spanish-Match, King James enforced censorship on any works critical of his diplomatic policy and promoted the publication of texts that sided with his ...
Anti-Catholicism, civic consciousness and parliamentarianism: Thomas Scott’s "Vox Regis" (1624) [Article]
The Anglo-Spanish negotiations for a dynastic alliance which began in 1614 had never been popular among a large section of English Protestants, who felt that their monarch should demonstrate a more active commitment to ...