The [French-Man] and the Spaniard, Or, [The Two Great Lights] of the World, Displayed in Lively [Characters] Representing the Antipathy of Their Humours and Different Dispositions [With an Impartiall Survey] of the Customes of Both Those Nations (1642)
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"The [French-man] and the Spaniard, or, [The two great lights] of the world, displayed in lively [characters] representing the antipathy of their humours and different dispositions [with an impartiall survey] of the customes of both those nations"
Oposicion y conjuncion de los dos grandes luminares de la tierra.
Garcia, Carlos, doctor.
Translation of: Oposicion y conjuncion de los dos grandes luminares de la tierra.
Added illustrated t.p., engraved: The antipathy betweene the French and Spaniard / Englished by Robert Gentilys. [London]: Sold by R. Martine ..., 1641.
Attributed to Carlos Garcia. Cf. Wing (2nd ed.).
Imperfect: segments of the t.p. are missing.
London: Printed for [Humphrey Moseley] ..., 
Wing / G210
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- 189 x 246 x 16mm | 540g
- 02 Jan 2011
- Eebo Editions, Proquest
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- black & white illustrations
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