[SCOT, Thomas (1580?-1626)]. Collection of 10 pamphlets by him or at one time attributed to him, in one volume, small 4° (179 x 133mm). Contemporary calf (rebacked); title on foredge. Provenance: John Bradshawe, probably the regicide (1602-59), his signature on flyleaf; Luton, pencilled inscription. The volume comprises the following tracts: Vox Populi or Newes from Spayne ... which may serve to forwarne both England and the United Provinces how farre to trust to Spanish pretences. Imprinted 1620. STC 22098 The second part of Vox Populi. Goricom, Ashverus Janss [i.e. London: N.Okes, 1624]. Engraved title (imprint cropped as usual); engraving of the Spanish Parliament on A2. STC 22103 Vox Dei. [Holland? 1623?]. Engraved frontispiece, with facing letterpress explanation, errata leaf at end. STC 22097a A tongue-combat lately happening betweene two English souldiers in the tilt-boat to Gravesend. London: 1623. Preface signed 'Henry Hexham' and now in STC 13264.8 under Hexham, previously 22090 The belgicke Pismire: stinging the slothfull sleeper and awaking the diligent. London [i.e. Holland]: 1622. STC 22069 The high-waies of God and the King ... delivered in two sermons. London [i.e. Holland]: 1623. STC 22079 Vox Coeli, or Newes from Heaven of a consultation there held by the high and mighty princes ... wherein Spaines ambition and treacheries ... are unmask'd. Printed in Elisium [i.e. London]: 1624. Now attributed to John Reynolds. STC 20946.6; formerly 22092 Vox Belli, or an alarum to warre. London: H.L. for N.Newbery, 1626. Preface signed Thomas Barnes. STC 1478 (records 5 copies) Aphorismes of state: or certaine secret articles for the re-edifying of the Romish Church. Utrech [i.e. London]: 1624. STC 22065 The Favourites Chronicle. Printed according to the French copie. [London]: 1621. A translation from Francois Langlois de Fancan 'Chronique de Favoris'. STC 15203 The author, a Bachelor of Divinity at Cambridge and rector of St.Saviour's, Norwich, wrote numerous pamphlets, mainly about the threat of Count Gondomar, the Spanish ambassador aiming to bring England under Spanish subjection; these were extremely popular and were suppressed. He fled to Holland and became preacher to the English garrison at Utrecht.