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Author: Jonghe, Ellert de.
Title: The true and perfect declaration of the mighty army by the sea made and prepared by the generall states of the vnited prouinces, purposely sent forth to hinder the proceedings of the King of Spaine, vnder the conduct of Peter Vander Does generall of the said army: together with all whatsoeuer hath bene done by the said army against the islands, townes, castels, and shippes, belonging to the said King of Spaine. As also what the said army hath gotten and wonne in the said viage; with the whole discourse of the aduentures of the said army, both in their going forth, and retuning againe, from the 28. of May, 1599. vntill the 6. of March, 1600. Collected by Ellert de Ionghe, captayne of the artillery in the said viage.
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2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The true and perfect declaration of the mighty army by the sea made and prepared by the generall states of the vnited prouinces, purposely sent forth to hinder the proceedings of the King of Spaine, vnder the conduct of Peter Vander Does generall of the said army: together with all whatsoeuer hath bene done by the said army against the islands, townes, castels, and shippes, belonging to the said King of Spaine. As also what the said army hath gotten and wonne in the said viage; with the whole discourse of the aduentures of the said army, both in their going forth, and retuning againe, from the 28. of May, 1599. vntill the 6. of March, 1600. Collected by Ellert de Ionghe, captayne of the artillery in the said viage.
Jonghe, Ellert de.

Printed at London: By [S. Stafford for] Iohn Wolfe, 1600.
Notes:
Actual printer's name from STC.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Netherlands -- Wars of Independence, 1556-1648 -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A04630.0001.001

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The true and perfect declaration of the mighty Nauy by Sea, prepared & set forth by the States of the vnited Prouinces (to hinder the pro∣ceedings of the king of Spaine) vnder the leading and conduct of Peter Vander Does, Generall of the said Nauy, shewing what the said army hath done against the Islāds, Townes, Castels, and ships of the said king, with the riches and prizes by them taken and gotten during their whole viage: as also what the said army hath performed by Sea, as wel in their viage outward, as homeward. From the 28. of May 1599. to the 6. of March 1600. gathered & col∣lected by Elbert de Ioughe, Captaine of the Artillery in the said Nauy.