Ruy Gomez accordingly communicated his views to olivares, the prince's physician.
Through his minister, olivares, he offered him $113.40 in gold (fifty ducats) to pay his return expenses.
It is a remarkably bold protest, for it was published in 1639 when olivares was at the height of his power.
Strafford and olivares, overthrown or defeated, aggrandized the immovable Richelieu.
Spnola urged that it be continued, but olivares gave orders for the resumption of hostilities.
He was confined in a dungeon from 1639 to 1643 at the instance of olivares, at whom some of his sharpest verses were directed.
We have a report of the case from the pen of Dr. olivares, the prince's own physician.
olivares said to Buckingham, "You gave me some assurance and hope of the prince's turning catholic."
Philip and his prime minister olivares feared lest, if they announced this refusal, it would lead to a war with England.
Now came the monarchical designs of olivares, coupled with the unavoidable exigencies of the wars, to heighten the discontent.