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Author: Nethersole, Francis, Sir, 1587-1659.
Title: The true copies of tvvo especiall letters verbatim sent from the Palatinate by Sir, F.N. relating the dangerous incounter which hapened betwixt the Duke Christian of Brunswicke, and Monsieur Tillies passing ouer the bridge lying vpon the riuer Mayne about Ausbourge. VVith the vniting of his forces with the King of Bohemias, as also the fearefull expectation of the great Turkes comming downe into Germanie. With the late proceedings in the Low Countries, in their proclamations set forth by the States of Holland, the first shewing the last appointed time, as well for forrayners as inhabitants of this countrey to come into the West India Company of the Nether-lands: the second a letter of Marte, the last prohibiting the inhabitants not to assuer any goods of the Spaniards. Printed this 21. of Iune.
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Print source: The true copies of tvvo especiall letters verbatim sent from the Palatinate by Sir, F.N. relating the dangerous incounter which hapened betwixt the Duke Christian of Brunswicke, and Monsieur Tillies passing ouer the bridge lying vpon the riuer Mayne about Ausbourge. VVith the vniting of his forces with the King of Bohemias, as also the fearefull expectation of the great Turkes comming downe into Germanie. With the late proceedings in the Low Countries, in their proclamations set forth by the States of Holland, the first shewing the last appointed time, as well for forrayners as inhabitants of this countrey to come into the West India Company of the Nether-lands: the second a letter of Marte, the last prohibiting the inhabitants not to assuer any goods of the Spaniards. Printed this 21. of Iune.
Nethersole, Francis, Sir, 1587-1659.

London: Printed by William Iones [and Edward Allde] for Nicholas Bourne and Thomas Archer, and are to be sold at the Royall Exchange, and in Popes-head Alley, 1622.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A08161.0001.001

Contents
title page
A COPIE OF THE FIRST LETTER.
A Copie of the second Letter.
A PROCLAMATION OF THE HIGH AND MIGHTY LORDS, THE STATES GENERALL of the vnited Provinces, whereby is prohibited vnto the Merchants, and Inhabitants of those Countries, not to make any assurances of goods, Mer∣chandises, or ships belong∣ing to any Subiects of the King of Spaine, or Enemies of these Lands.
VVARNING CON∣CERNING THE WEST INDIA Companie of the Netherlands.
A Letter of Mart, Graunted by the Lords States Generall, to them of the Vnited Prouinces.