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Boreus, Roberto de (conde de Essexia)
D'Evreux, Robert (Earl of Essex)
De Boreus, Roberto (conde de Essexia)
Devereux of Essex, Robert
Devereux, Robert
Devereux, Robert (2ème comte d'Essex))
Devereux, Robert E.
Devereux, Robert (Earl of Essex)
Devereux, Robert (English military leader, 1566-1601)
Devereux, Robert (hrabě z Essexu)
Devereux, Robert (II.; Essex, Earl)
Devreux, Robert de
Devreuxus, Robertus
Essex, Robert
Essex, Robert (2nd Earl of)
Essex, Robert D. of
Essex, Robert Devereux
Essex, Robert Devereux (2nd Earl of)
Essex, Robert Devereux (comte d')
Essex, Robert Devereux (Earl of)
Essex, Robert Devereux of
Essex, Robert (Earl of)
Essex, Robert of
Essex, ... van
Essexia, Roberto de Boreus (conde de)
Esssex, Robert Devereux
Evreux, Robert de
Robert Devereux
Robert (Earl of Essex)
Roberto (Conte di Essex)
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1566-1601
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Collier, John Payne (1789-1883)
Coolhaas, Caspar (1536-1615)
De Vere, Edward (1550-1604 comte d'Oxford)
English Printing Collection (Library of Congress)
Howard, Charles (1536-1624)
Malden, Henry Elliott
May, Steven W. (1941-...)
Pérez, Antonio -1611
Schilders, Richard (Middelburg)
Southampton, Henry Wriothesley Earl of, 1573-1624
Wingfield, Anthony Captain
Titles: 
advice of that worthy commander, Sir Edward Harwood, colonel., The
Antonio Perezii ad comitem Essexium ... & ad alios Epistolarum centuria vna.
apologie of the Earle of Essex, against those which iealously and maliciously tax him to be the hinderer of the peace and quiet of his country, An
apologie of the earle of Essex. Dutch, An
Apologie oft verantwoordinge van den grave van Essex teghen de ghene die hem jaloerselick ende ten onrechten schelden als beletter des vredes ende ruste zijnes vaderlandts, door hemselven beschreven int jaer 1598 ende uyt het engelsche exemplaer... overgheset by C. C.
Apologie oft verantwoordinge vanden grave van Essex, teghen de ghene die hem jaloerselick ende ten onrechten schelden als beletter des vredes ende ruste zijnes vaderlands.
Apologie oft verantwoordinge vanden Grave van Essex, teghen de ghene die hem jaloerselick ende ten onrechten schelden als beletter des vredes ende ruste zijnes vaderlandts
Apologie oft verantwoordinge vanden Grave van Essex, teghen de ghene die hem jaloerselick ende ten onrechten schelden als beletter des vredes ende ruste zÿnes vaderlandts, door hemselven beschreven int jaer 1598, ende uyt het engelsche exemplaer, overgheset by C. C.
arraignment, tryal and condemnation of Robert, Earl of Essex, and Henry, Earl of Southampton, The : at Westminster the 19th of February, 1600 [i.e. 1601] and in the 43 year of the reign of Queen Elizabeth : for rebelliously conspiring and endeavouring the subversion of the government, by confederacy with Tyr-Owen, that popish traytor and his complices, of whom, these following, viz., Sir Christopher Blunt, Sir Charles Danvers, Sir Gillie Merrick and Henry Cuffe, were the 5th of March following, by a special commission of Oyer and Terminer, arraigned, condemned, and executed : the peers had to their assistance the learned judges, counsel for the queen, Sir Henry Yelverton ... Sir Edward Cook ... Mr. Bacon ...
Criminal trials
Declaratie van de causen, moverende hare conincklijcke majesteyt van Enghelandt, een vlote van schepen ter zee af te verdigen, tot defensie van hare landschappen, tegen tghewelt des coninghs van Spaengien ...
Déclaration des causes qui ont meu la royne d'Angleterre à déclarer la guerre au roy d'Espagne. [Signé : R. Essex, C. Howard.]
declaration of the causes moving the Queenes Maiestie of England, to prepare and send a navy to the seas, for the defence of her realmes against the King of Spaines forces, A
declaration of the cavses mouing the Queenes Maiestie of England, to prepare and send a nauy to the seas, for the defence of her realmes against the King of Spaines forces, A
Declaration of the practises and treasons attempted and committed by Robert late Earle of Essex and his complices against Her Maiestie and her kingdoms
declaration of the practises & treasons attempted and committed by Robert late Earle of Essex and his complices against Her Maiestie and her kingdoms, A : and of the proceedings as well at the arraignments & conuictions of the said late earle and his adherents as after : together with the very confessions and other parts of the euidences themselues, word for word taken out of the originals.
Devereux papers with Richard Broughton's memoranda (1575-1601)
Dichiaratione delle cause che hanno indotta la Serenissima Maestà, della Reina d'Ingilterra, di preparare & mandare sopra il mare una armata per la difesa de i suoi regni contra le forze d'el Re di Spagna, 1596:
Discourse written by a gentleman
Earle of Essex his letter to the Earle of Southampton in the time*. - [1642], The
Essex to Stella : two letters from the Earl of Essex to Penelope Rich.
Gloriana.
Histoire angloise. -
lamentable dittie composed upon the death of Robert lord Devereux late earle of Essex. - [ca. 1620], A
lamentable new ballad upon the earle of Essex death. - [ca. 1620], A
omissions of Cales voyage, The
ommissions of Cales voyage, The
poems of Edward DeVere, seventeenth Earl of Oxford, and of RobertDevereux, second Earl of Essex, The
poems of Thomas, lord Vaux: (died 1562) Edward, earl of Oxford: (died 1604) Robert, earl of Essex: (died 1601.) and Walter, earl of Essex: (died 1576.), The
Profitable instructions describing what speciall obseruations are to be taken by trauellers in all nations, states and countries, pleasant and profitable
Relaçam do succedido na ilha de Sam Miguel ... 1981:
second lute song of the Earl of Essex, from "Gloriana", The
To maister Anthonie Bacon, an apologie of the earle of Essex, against t*. - [1600?]
True coppie of a discourse written by a gentleman employed in the late voyage of Spaine and Portingale, A : sent to his particular friend, and by him published for the better satisfaction of all such, as having been seduced by partiall report, have entred into conceipts tending to the discredit of the enterprise, and actors of the same.
trve coppie of a discourse written by a gentleman, employed in the late voyage of Spaine and Portingale, Sent to his particular friend, and by him published for the better satisfaction of all such, as hauing been seduced by partiall report, haue entred into conceipts tending to the discredit of the enterprise, and actors of the same., A
trve coppie of a discourse written by a gentleman, employed in the late voyage of Spaine and Portingale. Sent to his particular friend, and by him published, for the better satisfaction of all such, as hauing been seduced by particular report, haue entred into conceipts tending to the discredit of the enterprise, and actors of the same., A
unhappy favourite, 1682:, The
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