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October 21. Number 3. A relation of the chiefest and last proceedings both of the campe of the Prince of Orange : who hath suddenly remoued his quarter; and the armie of the Marquis Spinola, who for certaine hath violentlly assaulted the towne: also shewing for how long a time breda [i.e. bread] is prouided of prouision of victuals. : With a confirmation out of Spaine, of the good successe of the Orange Fleet in the West Indies, who hath with the assistance of an Indian King, conquered Lima, with many other places : Bethlem Gabors instigation, or drawing forward of the Hungarian Lords against the house of Austria; whose Turkes haue already surprised a great company of the Emperours forces. : Lastly, the arriuall of the English ambassador at the Duke of Saxonies Court, with his royall entertainement. : Likewise the great power the French King hath in a readinesse; also the present estate of all Christendome.

Other author/creatorArcher, Thomas, active 1603-1634, bookseller.
Format Electronic and Book
Publication InfoLondon : Printed for Thomas Archer: and are to be sold at his shop in Popes-Head Alley, ouer against the signe of the Horse-Shooe, 1624.
Description2 unnumbered pages, 21 pages
Supplemental Content
Portion of title Relation of the chiefest and last proceedings both of the campe of the Prince of Orange
Series Early English books online. ^A888680
General noteHeadpiece, initials.
General noteSignatures: A-C⁴.
General noteReproduction of original in: York Minster. Library.
References STC (2nd ed.), 18507.349
Reproduction noteElectronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1999- (Early English books online) Digital version of: (Early English books, 1475-1640 ; 2425:13)
Genre/formNewsbooks England 17th century.
Stock numberCL0036000091 ProQuest, 789 E. Eisenhower Parkway, Ann Arbor, MI 48108-3218

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