A briefe relation, of what is hapned since the last of August 1598

Publication Date1599
Remainderby comming of the Spanish campe into the dukedome of Cleue: and the free bordering countries, which with most odious and barbarous crueltie they take as enemies, for the seruice of God, and the King of Spaine (as they say). Heereunto is adioyned a translation out of Latin, of a letter of the Emperours embassadour, to the admirant of Arragon, the generall of the said army: with his answere. Together with a description of the vvhale of Berckhey, or the great fish which stranded or came on shoare a Berckhey in Holland, the third of February 1598. Also a letter of the Emperour of Germany, to the admirant of Arragon, generall for the Archeduke Albertus, ... With the admirants answere. The conspiracy of the three bishops. The death of the Earle of Brooke. The admirants letter to the counsaile o Gulich touching the death of the said Earle. The list of the souldiers leuied by the Protestant Princes of Germany. Faithfully translated out of the Dutch coppy printed at Roterdam
Extent[4], 28, [2], 13, [1] p.
LocationImprinted at London
Publisherby [Edward Allde for] Iohn VVolfe, and are to be solde at his shop in Popes head Alley, neere vnto the Exchange


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