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Author: South Holland (Netherlands.). Provinciale Staten.
Title: A proclamation or proscription, set foorth & published by the archduke Albertus, against his mutinous soldiers in the castle of Hoochstrate. Printed at Bruxels. Faithfully translated into English out of the Dutch coppy printed at Middleborough, by the first originall. Wherein is also truely set foorth the order of the two campes, before the stronge towne of Graue: with the yeelding thereof into the hands of his Excellency Graue maurice: and the conditions agreed vpon both sides, the 19. of September. Stilo nouo. 1602. With other accidents since hapned.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A proclamation or proscription, set foorth & published by the archduke Albertus, against his mutinous soldiers in the castle of Hoochstrate. Printed at Bruxels. Faithfully translated into English out of the Dutch coppy printed at Middleborough, by the first originall. Wherein is also truely set foorth the order of the two campes, before the stronge towne of Graue: with the yeelding thereof into the hands of his Excellency Graue maurice: and the conditions agreed vpon both sides, the 19. of September. Stilo nouo. 1602. With other accidents since hapned.
South Holland (Netherlands.). Provinciale Staten.

London: Printed [by E. Allde and R. Read] for Thomas Pauier, and are to bee solde at his shop in Corne-hill, at the signe of the Cat and two Parrets, neere the Royall Exchange, 1602.
Notes:
Signatures: *4 A4 B1 (*1 possibly blank, lacking).
Printers from STC.
"Quire B printed by Read; the rest by Allde."--STC.
Pages 13-14 misnumbered 5-6.
Translated from the original Dutch.
Reproduction of original in the Cambridge University Library.
Subject terms:
Netherlands -- History -- Wars of independence, 1556-1658 -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A08109.0001.001

Contents
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A Proclamation, published and set foorth at Bruxelles, by the Arch-duke Albertus and the Dutches, against their Mutinous Soldi∣ers lying in the Castile of Hoochstrate.
The description of the two Campes, lying before the strong towne of Graue, besiedged by the Noble Prince Graue Maurice.