Mount Caluarie, the second part: compyled by the reuerend father Don Anthonio de Gueuara ... In this booke the author treateth of the seuen words which Christ our redeemer spake hanging vpon the Crosse. Translated out of Spanish into English
A looking glasse for the court. Composed in the Castilian tongue by the Lorde Anthony of Gueuarra Bishop of Mondouent, and chronicler to the Emperour Charles. And out of Castilian drawne into Frenche by Anthony Alaygre. And out of the French tongue into Englishe by Sir Fraunces Briant Knight one of the priuy Chamber, in the raygne of K. Henry the eyght
Golden epistles : contayning varietie of discourse, both morall, philosophicall, and diuine: gathered, as wel out of the remaynder of Gueuaraes woorkes, as other authours, Latine, French and Italian. By Geffrey Fenton.
The familiar epistles of Sir Antony of Gueuara, preacher, chronicler, and counsellour, to the Emperour Charles the fifth. Translated out of the Spanish toung, by Edward Hellows, Groome of the Leash. VVherein are contained very notable letters ...
A chronicle, conteyning the liues of tenne emperours of Rome : Wherin are discouered, their beginnings, proceÌedings, and endings, worthie to be read, marked, and remembred. Wherein are also conteyned lawes of speciall profite and policie. ... Compiled by the most famous Syr Anthonie of Gueuara, Bishop of Mondonnedo, preacher, chronicler, and counsellour to the Emperour Charles the fift: and translated out of Spanish into English, by Edward Hellowes, Groome of her Maiesties Leashe. Hereunto is also annexed a table, recapitulating such particularities, as are in this booke mentioned.
Golden epistles : conteyning varietie of discourse, both morall, philosophicall, and diuine: gathered as well out of the remaynder of Gueuaraes woorkes, as other authours, Latine, French and Italian. By Geffrey Fenton.
Golden epistles : contayning varietie of discourse both morall, philosophicall, and diuine: gathered as well out of the remaynder of Gueuaraes workes, as other authors, Latine, French, and Italian. By Geffray Fenton.