|Author:||Watts, William, 1590?-1649.|
|Title:||The Svvedish intelligencer. The third part. VVherein, out of the truest and choysest informations, are the famous actions of that warlike prince historically led along; from the Norimberg Leaguer, unto the day of his death, at the victory of Lutzen. With the election of the young Queene of Sweden: and the Diet of Heilbrun. The times and places of every action, being so sufficiently observed and described; that the reader may finde both truth and reason in it. Vnto which is added the fourth part. VVherein, the chiefest of those military actions of other Swedish generalls, be related: wherein the King himselfe, was not personally with the army.|
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The Svvedish intelligencer. The third part. VVherein, out of the truest and choysest informations, are the famous actions of that warlike prince historically led along; from the Norimberg Leaguer, unto the day of his death, at the victory of Lutzen. With the election of the young Queene of Sweden: and the Diet of Heilbrun. The times and places of every action, being so sufficiently observed and described; that the reader may finde both truth and reason in it. Vnto which is added the fourth part. VVherein, the chiefest of those military actions of other Swedish generalls, be related: wherein the King himselfe, was not personally with the army.
Watts, William, 1590?-1649.
London: Printed by I[ohn] L[egat and Miles Flesher] for Nath: Butter and Nicholas Bourne, 1633.
|Alternate titles:||Swedish intelligencer. Part 3-4 Swedish intelligencer. Part 3-4.|
Anonymous. By William Watts.
Legat printed the third part; Flesher printed the fourth (STC).
In this edition A1r line 1 of text has "euen"; 2A2r line 2 of text has "coåming". Variant: 2A2r has early, badly spaced version of this line, with "comming".
The fourth part has separate dated title page and pagination; register is continuous.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Gustav, Adolf, -- II, -- King of Sweden, -- 1594-1632.
Thirty Years' War, 1618-1648 -- Early works to 1800.
To the Favourable and Iudi∣cious Readers.
THE SWEDISH Intelligencer.
The Proceedings, Of the Imperiall Generalissimo the Duke of Fridland. His discamping, deviding of his Army; owne Atchievements; and his ioy∣ning with Holck, Gallas and Pappenheim. All Historically led along from his rising from before Norimberg, untill the day of the Battell of LVTZEN.
The famous Battell of Lutzen; fought the sixt of November 1632. Old Style. Wherein you have the manner of the King of Swedens death, WITH The overthrow and flight of the Imperiall Army and their Generalissimo; the Lord ALBERT Walenstein Duke of Fridland, &c.
THE EXPLICATION OF THE SEVERALL LETTERS and Numbers, in the Figure of the Battell of LVTZEN.
The Swedish Intelligencer.
The Character Of the High and Mighty Prince, and most victorious Conqueror Gustavus Adolphus, King of Sweden, &c. Wherein the best of those conceits, in Le Soldat Suedois, are not neglected.
The Copy of the Swedish Conclusion. By the Princes and Peeres of the Kingdome of Sweden: Which was vnanimously consen∣ted unto by them, at their Dyet and Assem∣bly holden at Stockholm on the 14th. of March 1633. The Originall was printed at Stockholm, by Ignatius Murer.
The Diet of Heilbrun.
A Table drawne by way of a Iournall or Diary, to shew where the King and Walenstein still were: and what they and their Armies did, upon those dayes, that are mentioned in the Margent. This belongs to the Third Part.
The Index to the Third Part.
An Elegie on the King of Sweden.
Ʋpon the glorious King of Sweden.
Ʋpon the King of BOHEMIA.
AN ELEGY, Vpon the most victorious KING of Sweden, Gustavus Adolphus.
On the famous CHAMPION of Christendome, Gustavus Adolphus King of Sweden, &c.
Ʋpon the most puissant and victorious Prince and Souldier, Gustavus Adol∣phus King of Sweden, &c.
On the King of Sweden: An Elegie.
Ʋpon the King of Swedens Death.
On the King of Sweden.
Ʋpon the King of Sweden.
THE SWEDISH INTELLIGENCER.
The advancing of another Spanish Armie into the Palatinate, after the King of Swedens depar∣ture thence towards Bavaria. What they did and suffered there, from Easter Eve untill Whitsuntide 1632. with their retiring out of it; the Rhinegraves pursuit of them: and the State they left the countrey in.
GUSTAVUS HORNS PROCEEDINGS. From the time of his being sent downe out of Bava∣ria by the King: untill the time of his going up againe thither with an Armie, after the Kings Death.
THE ACTIONS AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LANDGRAVE OF HESSEN: From the time of his receiving some aides from the King of Sweden, at Werben; untill his joy∣ning with the said King againe, about the Rin∣gaw. A Storie of some 3 moneths.
THE ACTIONS OF THE LOVVER SAXONIE. Of the taking of the great citie of Rostocke in the Dukedome of Mecklenburg, by the King of Swedens and Duke Iohns forces, October 16 1631.
The Levies agreed upon by the Protestant Princes and Cities of the Circle of the Lower Saxo∣nie, in their Diet at Hamborow, 1631. for their owne defence against the Imperialists.
THE ELECTOR OF SAXONIES PROCEE∣DINGS IN LUSATIA, AND SILESIA: After their former putting out of Bohemia by the Duke of Fridland.
THE CHARACTER of the King of BOHEMIA.
The Index to the fourth Part.