The Epilogue examines the proposed inter-faith union of Prince Charles Stuart and the Spanish Infanta in the early 1620s. While recent interest in the Spanish match has mostly examined Protestant responses, the Epilogue recovers Catholic representations of an alliance that appeared to offer great benefits to English Romanists. This episode of high dynastic politics again brings into focus key differences between insular Protestant definitions of the nation and more internationalist Catholic views.
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